The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on October 10, 1891 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
October 10, 1891

The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Postville, Iowa
Issue Date:
Saturday, October 10, 1891
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

Si Be Postvillc Weekly Review. POBUSHBD EVERY SATURDAY BY W.N.BURDICK. TEEMS: $l.bOAYEARINADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. — Sweet Apple Cider nt J. Thoma's. —Tarkoy Had Tnblo Linen only 25o per yard, at Luliman & Sanders'. -Charley Skelton IIBB boon at Wav- orly In attendance upon bis regimental rounlon this week. —Applet at John Thoma'a. —Handkerchiefs lc each, At Luhman A Sandors'. — Peaches and Grapes cheap, at John Thoma's. —All Linen Crash wan <& Sanders'. only Co. at Luh- —Remember the Phil Sheridan danco Saturday ovoning. —l.uhnian & Samtors sell tho belt Flour. Order noma. —KeT. C. A. Marshall made us a pleasant call last Monday. —Plaid Suiting only 60 per yard, at Luhman A Sanders'. —The "Handy Top" is the best put on aay carriage. T7- 3. WKBSTBK. —Fringed Tablo Napkins only 2a, at Lubtnan A Sanders'.. —A large line of Underwear, at Skelton & Tangomau's, Choap. —Ladies' Cloaks Luhman * Sandors'. and Jackets, at —Wm.^riioina has sold his business nnd buildings to II. Pocsch. —All wool SMitinjjJMunnol only J5c, nt Luhman & Sanders'. —\V. J. Hanks 4 Co. arc having now front put in thoir jewolry storo. —Dress Style Ginghams, only yard, at Luhman & Sandors*. 8c por —Boys All Lealhor Ulorcs 15, 26 and 60c a pair, at Skelton & Tangoman's, —Unbleached Tablu Linen only 20c per yard, at Luhman & Snndurs'. - A lot of brand now school kiipplies At this office. Come in nnd sue them -•Luhman & Sunders linvo a Quo lino of Crockery and Glasswnre. For Bale I Carrlagos of all descriptions for sale. W. S. WEBSTER. Mis* Anna Boston lnstraetor on the piano and organ, Pottville, Iowa. Miss Nellie H. Abbstt, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. Hiss Battle Baldwin, Teaohor of Art Embroidery. Stamping done to order. Latest styles in patterns. If —The Latest Novelties Ladies' Dress Patterns, Luhman & Sanders'. in at -POSITIVELY the best Shoo on earth for the monoy is tho ^Hamilton Brown 92 .60 Shoo for men. For salo by (2 *lf) J«o. CUOSBT. Horse-Shoeing. Ho hit and miss, but a good Job every clatter and prices vary reasonable. Titos. SlIOHTSEID. —Tho Hamilton Brown $2.60 Shoo for v»en have tho largost sale of any Shoe in tho United Stales. For salo by 25tf JMO. CUOSBT. Por Sale! Tho house and two lots formerly owned by Dr. Brown will be sold cheap Appty to V. S. Burling. 6tf Again For Bale. I now offer my residence for salo at a price that ought to sell it at oneo. Call and son it. Mm. H. U.IHAZLETOV. —A lodgo of Good Templars was established ut Monona on Wednesday evening. Misses Ella Taylor and Mae Perry woot down to assist Mrs. Tyng lu the work. - Our Shoe stock is now complete and our prices tho Lowest. SKELTON 4 TAHQUUAV. Ladies, don't;ibuy Dress Goods boforo;gctlingprico* at Luhman A Sanders'. —Ladies' Fall Hats, Trimmings, otc, lstcs; stylos and very cheap, at METER & THIESE'S. —Buy your Shoes at Luhman & Sanders'. - Tho Business Department of Decorah Institute has. offices for business practice. —Tim Good Templar lodge lias bseu reorganised here with'a membership of about forty. —Butter is gottiug up out of sight, We snail soon have to use something else to grease our potntoos. 27 ets. at this season of the juar is a lit'.le to rich for our blood. —Headquarters for Dress Goods and Trimmings, at Luhman & Sanders'. —Waller Chriss roturned from Chi cago last Saturday, where ho purchased the finest stock of furniture, etc.. for the fall and winter trade he has over had. It's a cold day when Wnltor lags behind tho procession. —Mrs. E. T. Henderson returned homo on Wodnosday from her summor outing at Omoiia, Mich., very much improved in health. Shn speaks very highly of that plnco as 11 summer resort nnd of I. H. McLean's ns as a No. 1 plnco to visit. —Mesdames Mnyor <i Thlosn have romovod their millinery nnd dressmaking establishment into thoir now quarters adjoining tho Citizens Slate Bank on the north, whore thoy hope to soo and wclcomo their old customors nnd tho public goncrnlly. —Wo have had a yory disagreeable week for oithor business or pleasure. Juiit rain enough to keop tho roads in a muddy condition and to make outside work disagrocnblo, but not onough to soak up the ground to any extent. .Wo have had no frost yet to kill anything. Postville Steam Mill. The undersigned having purchased tho Poslvillo Stenm Mills formerly owned and operated by Hiram Dresser, is prepared lo do Sawing, Planing, Grinding Feed, Scroll Sawing anu Turning, at reasonable rates. Planing nnd grinding, Monday of each weok. Your patronage solicited. E. D. STILES. —"A Mirror of Fair Women" is the title of n tiniquo and entertaining sorios of papers by Theodoro Child, tho publication of which has just begun in Harper's Bazar. Those- papers nmbraco a variety of pon-aud-ink portraits and character skotches of tho famous women of all wages, and many installments of the series will be superbly illustrated. To Old and New Subscribers. All new.subscribers paying 91.60 in advance will be credited to Jan. 1st, 1893. and all old subscribers paying up lo tho day' of payment and 91.60 iu advance will be credited to the same timo. Our object is to hayo all subscriptions, so inr as possible, expiro Jan. 1st. Hence this premium. —Dr. Becker moved into the new suite of rooms tilled up for him by Geo. Lull in tho uow block, last week. Ho Is not only centrally but in every way rinoly lociited. —J. N. Topllff, Jr. has located nt Spirit Lake, whoru ho will continue the oigan and sewiug 'machine business. Tho KKVIEW follows him and wishes him ahundaut success. at Excursions. For Sioux City Corn Palace hold Sioux City, Oct. 1st to 17th, excursion tickets will bo sold at one faro fur th round trip. Will sell Oct. 1, 3, C, 8, 10, 13, 16, 1G and 17. On tickets sold Oct 1 toOioliirn tickets will bo good ten days from dale of salo. On tickets sold 10 to 17 roturn tickets will be good until Oel. 19. M. E. TALCOTT, Agt. —M. E. Lang has leased the Park hotel. We are not advisod as t* what Mr. Dunn will do. —The Hamilton Brown 82.50 Shoe will match ANY 93.00 shoo you sin find. JNO. CUOSBT. - Al Luhman A Sunders is the place to buy your Boots and Shoos. Ladies' Shoes a specialty. —If you want wood^Waye woro. with me or any of my tcuniators. P. J. BKUCUER, Draymau. - The rain and mud provonted tho Postyillo delegation from attending the county convention lust Saturday. That body however seemed lo have got along nicely without us. —Whatever may be said as to the balance of the county ticket I here Is uo question as to tho sheriff and superintendent. These inenmbonts were elected two yours ago nnd will ba again. For Bale. Somo choice Poland China Pigs, oithor sex, no kin. Breeding stock all recorded. Good bono and good size and early maturity. Prices reasonable Como and see. G. W. HAUBII. —Luhman Sc. Sanders have a largo nnd well suleclod stock of goods. Go r.ml look them over. —YOU LOSE MONEY when you wear anything olsu but the Hamilton Brown Shoe. Jxo. CUOSBT. —The first volume of Count Ton Mollke's Memoirs to bo published will be that which relates to tho Franco. Gumma war of 1870. It will bo brought put by Harper & Brothore early in Oeto bur. Skort-ICorn Bulls For Sale. Four pedigroad short-horn bulls for snlo cheap. Oao is eighteen months old, tho others youagor. Three miles southeast of Poslvillo^ . 13m6 P. CoucOKAir. -Lime. Cement, Stucco and Plastering IIsir, always ou hand and Tor sale. Htf P. J. UicuciiliK, Drayman. —Ambroso McKinley left for Chicago last week, where he will continue 111* medical studios. —We are again under obligations to Mrs. Fred Thorn a for a basket of beautiful and delicious pluias. —Decora!) Institute nevor had a better class of students than now. The winter term opens October 2Gth. '—Judge Hayes will speak In Turner Hal) on Tuesday evening of next week from the democratic standpoint. —Joo Boucher visited hit Dakota fariu last week and brought liamq the year's proceeds, wblub were highly satisfactory. —Towels.'.u Napkins, Crash** and Table Linen vory aheap anil a larger assortment than ever, at Luhman Builder*'. " r —B»v. Lookwopd returned from con fereac* on Tuesday nioruing and is ready for another year's work in the vineyard. .—•• »'»,.' 1 1.' —Street Commissioner Taylor is fix Ing up the crossings In good shape for wlutor, A good many walk* also need overhauling. A Card to the Public. I would respectfully intimnto to the citizens of PoslTillo aud vicinity that have purchased of Bouchor <£ Phalen tnair entire moat market business, aid will carry ou tho business at tho old stand. 1 have a full stock of corn fed cattle to use in the business, and no beef will bo put in the market that 1 have not corn fed. A share of patron ago solicited. J. B. HAKT. -Tho democratic nominations in Clayton Co. are: For scnalor.JJohn Evernll. For representative, G. L. Gilbcvt. For treasurer, — Kuoguitz. For sheriff. J. J. Kann. For superintendent, — Bishop. For supervisor, Chas. Mextel. The only surpriso in tho nbovo was that Frank Buyless was defcatod for rsuomination as sonator. Republican County Convention. Delegates to republican convention callod lo order at tiSOp, m. by CM. Beoinnu, chairman of Co. Cetilrnl Cum. After rending of onll by chairman of Com. convention selected as tnuipornry otlluers Col. A. O, Hlowatl HI (Jluti. nrnl C. M. lleuman ns Hne'y, Col. Stewart took the idmtr ami In a few woll chosen remarks thanked I lit convention fnr the honor nt presiding over a republican convention, On motion chair appointed a cofnttilllen hi ve on credentials. After a few minutes liiteniilssloii committee on credentials reported the following persons entitled to seals In tho convonlion: French Creek—John Dewllng, J. W. Hartley, John Muuz. Hairjver—Ivor Ivcrson, A. D. Larson, Thomas Fullorton. Jefferson—James Briar, J. H. Mc- Ghco, J. J. Jonnewino v D. W. Douglass, Samuel Donning, T. B. Wiley. Linton—Robt. Hondorson, H. A. Barnhnm, It. Blackwoll. Ludlow—J. E. Nash, Otto Hagor, August Polpor, A. G. Winters, Robort Wators, C. J. Holmingr Makoo- D. H. Bowon, C. M. Beeman. J. C. Crawford. P. Morrison, Gus Arnold, J. E. Mills, R. A. Nichols, Hulvor Hngon, Mnrttn Hulverson, Jas. Holahnn, II. t. Opfer, Henry Cartor, V/. T. Gilchrist. Paint Creek—H. A. Hondricksdn, T. Hormanson, T. J. Karby, P. Arnoson, J. S. Bryson, Paul Halvorson. Post-J. B. Hart. W. C. McNeil, W- Carithcrs, Ellison Orr, J. R. Laughin. J. H. Meier, W. N. Burdick, Aug. Moior, W. 8. Wobster. Union Prairie--Conrad Helming, J. Sherman, David Sleole, Poter John son. Watorloe - Archibald Bryant, J. Hor­ manson, N. J. Quandahl. Reports adopted and Com. discharged. On motion temporary organizs tion was mado the permanent conTen- tion and proceeded to tho nomination of a candidate for representative. Dr. J. C. Crawford in' a few earnest remarks presented tho name of J. 8 Bryson, of Paint Creek twp. There being no further nominations Mr. Bryson was declared the unanimous choice of the convonlion for the oilico of rep- esontatiye. J. W. Hnrtloy placed in nomination D. 1). Itonan of Fronch Croou for tho office of treasurer. Nomination mad* unanimous by acclamation. For tho oftlao of sheriff Conrad Hoi mi up placed in nomination tho prosent ncumbont, J. B. Minort of Makeo. Nomination by acclamation. J. D. Sherman of Union Prairio placed in nomination the name of_J. P. Raymond for tho office of Snpt. of schools. No further uomiualious, Mr. Raymond was declared tho unanimous choice of the convomion for Unit office. For member of board of supervisors Iver Ivcrson prcsotilcd the name of N. J. Quandahl of Waterloo twp. Nomination made by acclamation. A. R. Frescolt of Pi 'St twp. was declared tho choice of convention for the office of surveyor and I. E. Iftish ot Ludlow for that of coronsr. No further business convoution adjourned. H. D. The Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine. ARMSTRONG- & HOLTER, THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. ESTABLISHED IN 1883!' Map %o v r IB 10 We call your attention to the Stand ard Sewing 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 machine principle and other sewing machine Co's are paralyzed because of their inability to meet the Standard in competition. The Rotary principle is the only correct principle for a shuttle to a sewing machine. open your eyes a little wider than usual -when you come to look at our Mammoth Stock of Pall and Winter Suits and Overcoats. Neither a microscope nor a magnifying glass would enable you to discover any flaws in them. You don't need to he a clothing expert to see at a glance that they are as far ahead of the productions of other years as a palace car is ahead of a stage coaoh. You couldn't improve their appearance, but they can and will improve yours. It is impossible that you should be otherwise than pleased with the prices we are now naming. - Charley Baylcsg is the proud possessor of anothor boy baby. CharWy seems to bo looking out for tho future interests of the democratic party, that is, unless Ihey draw thoir politics from thoir mothers side of the house. Armstrong & Holler spread some fresh printci*' ink this woek. We OBII especial attention to their now an notiucomont aud ask tho render to call and examine their mammoth stock before buying clothing. The oditor alill has his eyes in sling aud is unable to read anything and writ* but very little. Ha hopes to he able to go ai< least ono eye ou It in few days, when tho IUvtKW will contain more original matter. Th* followiug subscribers liavo braved the mud and paid cash on subscription this week, for which they have our thanks: L. B. Smith, Rdv. C. A. Marshall, J. N Topllff, Jr. Jasper Marston. • - Beuoher & Phalen hat* told the old meat market to J. B. Hart, who will conduct it in "tho highest style of tho art." He ha* a large quantity of line, fat cattle which will find their way to th* block, and thoy will make first-class eating, loo.; Farm For Bal*. Consisting of 317} acres, (our tulles south of Ciistalia, in Clermont township. SiO «or«* under cultl ration, bnl auoo timber and pasture. Buildings fair, well watered. Inquire on the premise*, 2Slf THOMAS Mouan, • -Headquarters •„ for Axle Grease, <jtaio',lq«, Lard, Ca»tor, Blank and all ft th* fading brands of Maohino Oils, •t Waters & Nicolay's, —Our young friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hanks, will settle down to married life with Mrs. Hanks, on tbo oast side of town, whero wo wish thorn nil tho joy allottod to mortals in that sacred rolaliou. No young couple in our midst over started out witli a better prospect of success, nnd wo hope to see them appreciate the now relation and onter into tho stiugglo of : life with the determination to succeed in all its various departments. —Wo hope to see a good republican turu out lo Judge Hayes' mooting next Tuesday night, and that they will give him citroful and respectful attention We don't expect or believe that any of them will be converted to douiocraoy but it is the duly of all men to hear all sides, for in that way nlone ate they intelligently prepared to make ohoiuo between the two great oontonding parties. If, later in the oaropalgn, we shall have ft republican mooting, wo shall hope that the demdorats will also turn out. Farm For tale. A farm consisting of 280 acres- 140 under cultivation and 10 acts* of timber. Will sell the farm without the timber if deMred. Good house, barn and outbuildings on the farm. Penned in 20 nore lots. Well watered by a number of large springs. A splendid farm in every' particular. Situated 2} mile* southwest.ot Castnlla and 4} southeast of Ossian. Only 1} mlUi south of Military road and good road', to it. Por terms, etc, apply to E. Soott, Ossian, or to tho oditor of the REV IEW Postville. Hm6 —Rov. Father Rcgin, who succeeded Rev. Huckotl at Clermont, died after a few days illness, of typhoid fever. Thus two priests who have recently tilled the pulpit at Clermont hayo suddenly passed away. MARRIED. HANKS-DUNN—At tho Park hotel. Wednesday. Oct. 7, 1891, by Iho Rov. E. J. Lockwood, Mr. W. J. Hanks and Miss Agnes Dunn, both of Postville. Look at what you gain on Buying as we do, in large quantities, for two stores at the same time, enables us to secure many .'.bargains unapproachable by others, and we in turn-give, our trade the benefit of same. This month we are offering Some Ureal hmm in ear. Gloves A Mittens. Men's Goat Gloves, double palm, oil tanned . - 35c Men's Calf Gloves, patent wrist, welt seam, California tan,' 50c Men's heavy gray, random mixed, Shirts and Drawers, 30c Men's' extra heavy, vertical stripe, wool Shirts and Drawers, 48b -Snow was reported at Cedar Rapids and even as far south as Kansas City lust weok. Our first Hake ha* not_ arrived yet, and wo hopo it will not for' a month or two yet. -Tho ra&nally McKinley. bill (we suppose that must bo tho case) has put eggs up to 20 ot*. nnd buttor to 27 cts. Wo vote for frco trado iq llieso luxuries! —C. F. Dupuis camo up from Savanna last Saturday night, returning ou Monday accompanied by .his wife, who has been visiting here for somo time. —Unci* Johnny Colo is grandpa on his daughter's side and he fouls bigger than a street commissioner but not quite a* big as Cleveland. 1 —We regret lo report the serious 11U nessofMrs. M, Solleg. Ilor son jirriv- ed from Mitchell county last night.' ' ' —-Th* Allerton-Nelson raoo at Grand Rapids, Mich., yesterday was won by Allorton. Time 2:18. —J. U. Lnughliu ha* typhoid fever but is not considered dangerous. Dr. Ureou attends him. —Skelton & Tnngeoun have just r<w*lved a largo line of Gloves and Mitt* and would be glad to show our customer* through before buying tiUowlior*. , :. -7-A.-E. (Jtllw wn| down from Rook Va||ey |att Friday on M* way to Chi• K(»go to buy good*. He report* business New Dental Kooma. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental ofllue over tho hurnoss storo lu tho brick block, where he may be found on Tu.osdMy and Wednesday of onoh week, where he Invito* tlio pnblio to call when .wanting.: iirst-clas* work doue in hi* line. —Home Spun nnd Camel'* Hair Dress Goods, at Luhman & Sandors'. ' Its shuttle makes oiily ONE MOTION to make a stitoh, while the Domestio, New Home, White, Davis, Singer and all long shuttle machines make FOUR (4) MOTIONS, two stops and two starts with the shuttle to make one stitoh. 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 maohine. Its whole shuttle raoe is SOLID STEEL aud oan be replaced, while on other maohines the shuttle race is ONLY OAST IRON and cannot be replaoed. 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 perfect tension and elastic stitoh; 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 maohine 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 maohine a trial. We also handle a large line of other kinds of sewing maohines, which we seU. A brand new sewing maohine from 13.50,15.00, 80.00 to 25.00, and 30.00 for the best long shuttle •owing maohine made, with Steel Set of Attachments. Call and inspeot our maohines and especially the Standard before buying, or write us and we will have our agent oall and show you We consider the above extra good value for the money. All other lines as cheap in proportion. Our new Fall and Winter Stock, the largest we have' ever shown is how complete. Don't invest a dollar in. Clothing tintil you take a look through our stook. No' trouble to show goods. -Johnny "Spalding" Thoma has n oomfortor P on his wrist. —Mrs. Coylu and Gilbert Sandors have gono to Wit. on a visit. —A neat card from our editorial {rlii9d t .Cvl Geo. H.,.Qll«, ,of MoGreinr,' announces his C8rd bi^hdwy. Hie 89th yea? at» printer and the 9.2nd yeitr in the editorial harne«*; W« hope mauy year* may sl,l)l rninaln, to him, but we »ra>n tl>» dourii J?IJl '$ r«d#, »qd \ »nu»t expect to-Jtyr t Q e bftvda» down a*' nq"| —Soorotary Uendriok, in bohalf of our agricultural society aoknowlodgoa In the following note the vcooipt of tho complimentary letter from tho oltizens of our neighboring county, whloh was published in our paper last week; WAUKON, IOWA, Out. 6, 1891. To Hon. 8. H. F. Sulioulto, President Clayton County Agricultural Souloty: M* DeAit Sin;—In bthnlfofthe onV cer»of the Allamakee County Agricultural Boolety and their asjfotants, I sincerely thank yon and the many clU- X«QS ot Clayton county who ham to kindly and publluly extended to the —Jas. Flslior has back to lowu. moved hi* family —Bank statements next weok. T*A'R 4 ot sorrow and tears ot Joy roi> low each other from tho satno oyoi, clov.t lUe same cb-jo-'i*, T«s plcturo ,on the «wv*« ts hut the rtwctlonof * brighter one In the Ainu oitbeartiat. Jr fon dont tell what God I* to you, t» wont be long unit! >oc won* ha* •»f tiiloc to m. • v i It a rnl« fropf w||l«l» i^^\n.<s^oi A HWo «al >i«*'- Ufe Ifot Worth Mvlnft. Vark Twain'* tobacco account »o*t to a l»r«« oi^ for he wmmnma s,(i(.q p'»ara m a row He, n j MM I »• M- "ow biin«#lf W olfAM » montnt *»t a» uuijnot ww it well yithout^onMnnpn^ The Standard, The Bast on Earth THE - RELIABLE - CLOTHIERS. W. J. HANKS & CO, [Succauors 10 Groy.STo.) Watches, Clocks Jewelry and Optical Goods; Also a oomplete line of Silverware, Artists' Materials, Stationery and Sohool Supplies. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty!' S Ml ltd PRICES REASONABLE l>__ , v> \ I Ml V* HUH ' GUARANTEED^ We invite" you to cell on viB .mA ^^p /B, yow^vei

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page