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Ite Postvillc Weekly Review. PSIlUIfU ETERT SATURDAY W. N.BUROICK. BY TMtMfl: Jl.bOATEARINADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —14 0 aboyc 0 this morning. —Lard nt Hart's meat market. -"Passion's Sl »To," Monday night. -Hulk oystors nt Hart's moat market. —App'es by tlio bb). nt Knlon's. peck or bushel, --Fresh Oysters by (ho quart. c«n or (lilb, »l JOHX TlIOHA'i. - Sioux Sanders'. City Flour nt Luhman & —Dr. Hunt moved kon Inst vrock. over from Wau- jtorn, - If you wnnt a good dish of Oj go to Estiou's. —biiliniiui A Sunders had n big clonk Bide yestonlay. —The co\v» will go into winter quar- t»r» next Sunday. —Those potatoes hnvu Vi-t. Likewise the wood. not como in —The Warner Co. three nights week, commencing Monday. next —A largo lino of new goods Just rc- auivfd, at LfllMAN & SANDERS' to -Chiehens nt J. B. Harl'i mnrkot. For Sale! Carriage* of all descriptions for sale. W. S. WEBBTIR. -Thanksgiving Nov. 20th. —New Goods at LUIIMAW.& SANDKIts'. Mid Anna Eaeton lnstrnetor on the piano aud organ, I'ostville, Iowa. —Frankfurt saasago nt Hart's market. .. meal Klsa Nellie H. Abbott, lonelier of Vocal and Instrumental Music, I'ostvillo, Iowa. -Tho ehangn in Joe Gray's ad is interesting reading. Don't lose sight of it. —t'red Haines mndo \is a^ pleasant visit nt our hotel in Chicago last Sunday nflarno'jn. The boys nro getting along all right and seem to bo happy. C. L. S. O. Munis nt Mrs. A. H. Proeeetl's noxt Wednesday afternoon. Readings In history for tho tlilitl woek in Nov. —Luhman & Sanders hnd the largest Clonk sale yesterday that was ovor hold in this town. Ellison Orr hns had a child quito sick with typhoid fever but it is now out of danger. —Thoro will bo n sociable nt the Congregnlionsl church next Friday ovoning, Nov. 20lh. Kvorybody Invited. Supper from 3:39 to 8:00 p. m. Horse-Shooing. No liit and miss,'but a good job every ] clatter and prieos vory reasonable. Titos. SIIOUTKRKU. at -NEW PLOURI —NEW FLOUR! -NEW FLOUR. LUHMAN & SANDERS'. - Tho first snow of the season whitened tho ground on Wodncsday evening. It was only a liltlo but it wns enough for a retniuder of what is ooiu- ing. PostTillo Steam Kill. —Mrs. W. C. McNeil roturnnd from her extended visit nt Osage last Saturday evening. Miss Srncc remained and is altouding tho Codnr Valley Som- innry. —Tlie cost of a thorough Business Course, including Shorthand, nt Prof, llrcckonridge's school is only tS.OO in addition to the regular tuition, 93.00 a month. —Krery day brings new students I'rof. Hroekouridge's school. —Special sale for one day only—supper for ten cents, nt Mrs. Holler's. —Luhman & Sanders are Headquarters fur Dress Goods and Trimmings. —The "Handy Top" is tho best put ou aay carriage. TT* S. Waasraa. • You cannot afford to imy a dollar's worth of goods until you go ami get prices at LrustAX & SAMDEKS'. —Mrs. Jas. Fisher has relurnod from a visit to Frank Gimps' family in Minnssola, improved in health. She roports Frank doing woll in a hotel nnd meat market. Tho undersigned having purchased tho I'ostvillo Steam Mills formerly owned and operated by Hiram Drcssor, is proparod to do Sawing, Planing, Grinding Feed, Scroll Sawing and Turning, at roasonablo ratos. Planing and grinding, Monday of each week. Your patronago solicited. K. D. To Old and New lubacribera. All now subscribers paying 11 .50 in adranco will be credited to Jan. 1st 1893. and all old subscribers paying up to tho day of payment and 91.60 in advance will bo credited to the same timo. Our object is to liaye all sub scriptions, so iar as possible, expire Jan. 1st. Honeo this premium. Again Ifor Sale. I now offer my rosidoaeo for salo at a prise that ought to sell it at once. Call and sen it. MKS. H. H. HAZLRTOY. — KUUATL'M - -Mr. and Miss Phttii (not Plum) at the sociable this (Friday) evening. wore, with — If you want wood 1 aye me or any of »iy teamsters. P. J. IUt .'cUER, Drayman — Eaton has received Lis invoice of Holiday good.1. Before buying call in nnd examine them. - Miohigjin apples by the barrel, bushel or peck, at JOHN THUMA'S. —Tho Hoy and McNeil residences are bsing pushed as rapidly as the we.Ulier will permit. — Peppered "R" unbleached cotton. 1 jd. or 103, at Ge. per yd., nt LL'UMAX & SAXI>BI;S', -'•Pus.ion's Shire," nt Turner Hull nuxt Mouday evening. A great play never rendered hero. Lost. A Ladies' Gold Watch, between Monona and Postvillc. Finder will be rowarded if left r.t this ollice, or with owner at Monona. MBS. MAKT Br \VATH«. —N«xt week wo shall havo the lar geit lino of cheap reading matter wo havo ever cariied. Also the most complete line of box and plain stationery, tablt'lv etc. Remember tho REVIEW ofllee. — Fr.d Schullhamer, another one of those thrifty German farmers, residing near Caf talis, made us a pleasant call on Monday list and left the necessary funds for tho KEVIETV the coming year. May you liTO long anil prosper. Short-Horn Bulla For Sale. Four pedigreed short-horn bulls for sala cheap. One is eighteen months old, the others youngor. Three miles southeast of Pcstville. 15mC P. CoiCOXA*. {Now Stock Firm. Ed. and R. H. Waters, sons of Geo and Robert Waters, have engaged in tho business of stock buying in Pisa- ville, making their first shipment yesterday over the Burlington road. The boys aro woll known hore, have been fanners all thoir lives and nro straight, honorable men. Wo wish thorn abundant success nnd seo no reason why thoy should not secure it. Now Lumbar Yard. Great wondermont of the timos! Lumber sold cheap in Postvillc. Sanders & Kapler keep on hand in tliuir yard a gt-noral assortment of all kinds of lumber, including tho much celebrated ArkMisas yellow pi»o ceiling, straight grain flooring, finishing, moulded casings, corner hoad and base bloeks.'etc. A share of tho patronago is solicited. SASDBKS & Kiri.rii. —How to niako money N the gr<:*t question of the day. Luhman & San dura can lull you how. -Lime. Cement, Slueeo and Plastering Hair, always on hand and for sale. Htf P. J. BCL'CIIBK, Drayman. - Misses Peterson and Anderson will rafllu n silk quilt at liampsou's Hall Uiaiau, Iowa, on Friday cyoning, Dec. 11th, and co-icludo with n grand dance Tickets, including raffle and dance, 91.U0. Good music furnished. —Common labor has liecn vory scarce, in fact impossible to get, this fall. This is why farmers are behind with thair husking and accounts for tho small volume of trade aud slow collections thus far. Tho country is full of what will produso money as soon as tho farmers got time to market their produco and it is certain that ail Lusi uess will bo prosperous a little later on. There cortainly nover wns a boltor prospoct for n good winlor's business OBITUARY. | Died, nt his bonif in tho village of Hardin, Iowa, Oet. 2Mb, 1891, Mr. J Julius C. Reedy. Mr. Boedy was born in tho town of Castile, state of N. Y., April 2Slh, 1821. In 1840 ho was married to Miss Susan Dobar. Ten years later (1850) they removed to the state of Iowa. Tliroo of the childron who blessed this union are now living. Having lost tho mother of theso children ho was again married in 186-t to Margarot Rldenour. Two children were tho fruit of this union, nnd with the others nro left to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent father. In early manhood ha camo to Iowa and fixed his residence in tho then now village of Hardin, Clayton Co., Iowa, and was among the most enterprising citizens in building up tho town nud contributed largely in tho days of its prosperity to mako it a good point for business. He wrought well in those early days as a carpontor and many of the best buildings wero coustructod by his own labor. For a time ha cngngod as a clerk in tho sloro of Mr. R. T Burnham, but soon aftor engaged in business for himself in n general store nnd was appointed postmaster, whieh office ho has held for many years. He will bo greatly missod as he seomed to be a kind of a tixturo horo ns merchant nnd^postmaslor, and was rcspcelod nnd honored by all his neighbors nnd frionds. His miad was wall storod with useful knowlodge of nil kinds, nnd he was often sought ns n friend and ndviser by the community in gen oral, and his place will be hard to fill Tho funeral obsequies wore held in tho little church at Hardin, and the crowded house of old friends and neighbors attested tho ostoem in which e was hold. His romains woro placed in the little cemetery near tlio villago here he had lived so long to await tho general resurrection. A FKIBND. "A Yard of Iloses." Ono of tho popular paintings nt tho New York Acadomy of Design was a aid long pnnci of roses. A crowd was always beforo it. Ono art critic xclniaicd, "Such a bit of nnlnro should belong to all people, it is too bonutiful for one man to hido nway." The Yoalh's Companion, of Boston, seized tho idea, and spont twenty thousand dollars to reproduce tho painting. The result has been u triumph of artistic delicacy aud oolor. The Companion makes an autumn gift of this copy of tho painting to each of its five hundrod thousand subscribers. Any others who may subscribe now for tlio first time, and requost it will receive "The Yard of Roses,' without extra charge while tho edition lasts. Besides the gift of this beautiful pie turo ail new subscribers will receive Tho Companion free from the timo th subscription is received till January First, including tho Thanksgiving nnd Christmas Double Numbers, and for full year from that date. The price of The Companion is $1.75 a year. Every family should, take this bright osl and best of illustrated literary papers in addition to its local paper. J. W. WARD & OO. Special Salo of tho following goods with a on Prices, ARMSTRONG- & HOLTER, THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. ESTABLISHED IN 1883; Slaughter Whioh Are UNMATCHABLE am Ciiiitil Remember the Days and Dates. The goods are the following Staple Articles PRICES cm mm n HI Some take advice and never give it; others giW advice and never take it. You can get all yon want of it for nothing, and what you get for nothing you are not apt to esteem very highly. Throw the advioe away if that is the way you feel about it, hut don't reject a good thing when it comes your way. We make it our business to hold tho lead by keeping ahead in FIT, MATERIAL AND PRICE. Whatever else happens, you oan make up your mind to one thing —there will be no mistake about the fit and in all other respects we will guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction. Our stock of READY TO WEAR —Social parly at Mrs. Holler 's this (Friday) nflemoun nnd evening. Yon are specially invited. —IfJ you want anything in Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Jackets call on Luhman & Sanders'. —Just received, a carload of choice Michigan winter applss at Siwl JOHN Tiioua.'*. —Ooo. Rtthman, of Mitcholl, S. D was hero last Saturday. Comparatively few of his old acquaintances nnd friends licru knew liini nt sight. Geo. is still a bachelor in nflliuint circumstances, being cashier of one of the prominent banks of Mitchell. Farm For Sale, ing of S17J acres, four Phillip's Pacific Coast Excursion For the above named excursion the Burlington, Codar Rapids and North orn Railway will run a Tourist Ca every Thursday from Albort Lea Minn., to Columbus Junction, low connecting with C, R. I. & V. Pacific Coast Excursion Tiain, and this car will go through without chnngo to San Fraueisco. For rates and genornl infor mation apply to any agent of this com pany, or J. E. HIKHEQA.N, Gen. Tk't and Pass. Agl, IJ Is of superior material and workmanship in all sizes/ and the styles are adapted to the.age and to suit the most critical. We invite special attention to the great bargains we are now offering in SUITS, OVERCOATS, —From to-day (Friday) no spectators will be allowed at ths gymnnstin school without a permit from the sec rotary. —Remember the opening of a throe nights engagement of tho Waruor Com- dy Co. noxt Monday nor Hall. evening, at Tiir- —Tho Democrat aays that E. F. Medary want to Chicago last Monday to buy tho material for tho new Postville pnpor. —Jas. McEwen informs us that be has sold tho Noblo farm to' Frod Lam- niort for $3,341.26, or $40.50 par aero. A good salo. Coosiniing of 317} acres, four miles south of Oastalia, in Clermont township. HJ aci'ci under cultivation, bal- xiico timber and pasture. Buildings fair, weil watered. Inquire on tho promises. SStf THOMAS UOESII. —Rov. Lookwood returned home last Thursday morning from his sevoral week's absence at Lawrence, Kansas. He would have boon homo much sooner but was under quarantine on account of dlphthoria in the family with which ho was visiting. Services will bo held as usual ni'Xt Sunday at bis church. School Books. We now haro a full and complete stock of school books used in the Post- ills schools and will sell them at the lowest school board C prices. We also carry n full stock of all school suppling at tho lowest prices. Brick drug stote It. N. DOUGLASS. Farm For Sale. Alarm consisting of 280 acres- 240 under cultivation and 40 acres of timber. Will sell the farm without tho timber if desired. Good house, barn and outbuildings on tho farm. Fenced in 20 aero lots. Well watored by a number of large springs. A splendid arm in every particular. Situated 2} miios southwest of Castaiia and 4} southeast of Ossian. Only 1J miles south of Military road and good road to it. For terms, etc. apply to E. Scott, Ossian, or to tho editor of the RKVIBW, Postvillc 14m6 —-W. G. Makepeace, Feed Seholl ha.»or and Jas. Fishor ure autitled to credit and thanks for cash on subscription this week. —Daniel Cahalan, two miles south of Castaiia. will have * sale of live stock, farm machinery, otc, on Tuesdny, Nov. 3itb. Roraeraber it. • -Headquarters for Axis Graaaa, Caso'.ine, Lard. Castor, Black and all •t the leading brands of Machine Oils, at Watara & Nicolay't. —Court la again in session at Wan kon far the purpose of finishing up the business which could not be done at the suasion before election. —On Tuesday, Nor. 24th, JCUiot Smith, one wile east of Myron, will bare it sale ot lira stock, farm raachin •ry, etc. Don't forgot it. -Miss Mary Miekelson leave* to-day for Rosavilla to begin bar winter term of school, and like a good girl should baa the B KTIKW follow bar, —Oor candidal* tor surveyor, Mr, Freseott, eould not torn aside tba ava- • jbuwfe* but be ran ahead of his ticket, wbian U creditable to any eaodidaie. Hew Cental Booms. Dr. Wilt Cole has opened a dental u.tlco ovor the harness store in the brick block, where ho may be found on Tuosday and Wednesday of each week where ho invites the public to call when wanting first-class work dona in bis line. —Oor Jfttls *to«k of aoliday good* will be opened In a few daya, Uwlil Mtbttb* Itfff* f!» town bot wbat we bait «U1 be told mj ei«*tv Special >ke'K*J*#f» M >4 dreaefoar e«M» — It seems we came near having another republican paper started here a while ago. That would have made more fun than a box of monkoya—while it lasted. Two papers of any party faith cannot ltvo here *ny length of -iruo, much leva two of the s^mo political faith. But the field is open and tba beat way to prove it is to try it. —The Democrat gives the following a* the corrected majorities in this coun ty, a* canvassed by the beard of supor- vtsorit#S BOIES 423 BESTOW 992 KINNB 390 KNOKPFLER 457 .407 400 .445 .473 .348 .128 .314 •88 .128 Council Proceedings. The town council mot in rogular session Nov. 6lh. 1891: Tho following bills were allowed: Opening of the Postvillo Gymnasium. Tho Postvillo Turn yerein hns ongng- od tho services of Prof. Geo. Murgge. and will open a Gymnastic School for boys nnd girls about Nov. 6th, 1891, in their hall, at Postvillo. And hereby invito tho public in general to support this institution by sending your chil­ dron from tho age of six yoars upward, (buys or girls) to altond the above school at Physical Education. Tho tuition fee being so small and in roach of overy parent, thora is no rdason for oxcusu. TIHUS:—One scholar one month, 50c; or if threo out of ono family, $1.00. Application may ffo made to Mr. R. F. Hacker, or at tho hall to the Professor. Spectators must procuro pormits of tho Secretary. TIME-TABLE:—School will open Nov. 6. 1891, nnd will continue overy Friday nnd Saturday. Tlio hours are: — For boys, age 6 to 17, 4:30 to fl:00, p. m; girls and ladies, age 6 to 25, 6:00 to 7:30, p. m; young men, age 17 and upward, from 8:00 to 10:00, p. m. All information can be obtained' by calling at tho hall on abovo overlings, or of tho Sacrotary. Respectfully Youra, POSTVIIXB TURK VKEW, No. 1, Special Sale Men's Ready Made Clothing, Suits and Overcoats. Commencing Oct. 30th and lasting 30 days. No. 2, special sale Ladies' and Gent's Knit Underwear. October 30, lasting for 30 daya. 1 No. 3, speoial sale 150 to 200 bolts absolutely Pure Silk Ribbon, worth 40 to 75c per yard, will be sold for 264c yd. Sale lasting till all sold. No. 4, special sale 500 boxes Imported Iced Wool, at 20c a box. Sale last 30 days, or till sold. No. 5, spocial sale 250 Ladies' Jackets and Misses' Cloaks, bought of a manufacturer who failed, at 50c on the dollar. Sale last till all sold. These goods are all new and latest styles. No. 6, special sale 25 yds. Best Standard Dress Calico for 1-00. Sale Saturday, Nov. 7, lasts One Day only. Each person limited to one bolt. I No. 7, special sale Pepperell R Sheeting, yd. wide, 6c yd., worth 6jCtobuyat wholesale. Sale Monday, Nov. 9th. Sale lasts One Day only. Each person limited to one bolt. No. 8, special sale KeroBene Oil, Best Quality Water White Headlight Kerosene Oil at 10c G-allon. Sale continues 30 days. No. 9, special sale Kerosene Oil. We will sell you the Ilaine Kerosene Oil, which is the finest high test illuminating oil in the United States, and is sold for 16J to 18c a Gal. at wholesale, and retails at 25c a gallon by tho Drug trade. We will sell you in 5 gallon lots for 75c,worth 1.26. Sale lasts 30 days. No. 10, special sale Oil Cana. "The Pan American" 5 Gal. beat Galvanized Oil Can made, with Pump, for Our long Experience as Clothiers and buying strict- 1.35, worth 2.00- The sale lasts 30 davs. l y for oash in lai-ge quantities, (for two stores,) enables No. 11, special sale Oil and Oil Cans. "The Pan us to secure every article at the lowest possible prices' American" 5 Gal. Oil Can with Pump, full of the Best and we give our trade the benefit of it. Water White Headlight Oil a . for 1.75 .1 And full of Our inoreased sales prove conclusively that the Ilaine HighjTest Oil for 2.00. You will surely appre- trade appreciate the Low Price-, weave naming, v and oiate this offer, when the can is worth 2.00 without we shall continue to break the record on prices, the oil in it. This strikes hard on competition, and they will cry: "HUMBUG;" ''SWINDLE;" 'IT'S A LIE;" "IT CAN'T iBE DONE;" &c. But we will give $25.00 to anyone who will prove that the Oil and Cans are not both just as we represented them to be. NOTICE:-All goods advertised for Special Sale , _ will be sold.for CASH ONLY at the prices named, and Men S Goat Gloves, double palm, NOTipunohed on the Premium Tickets. ., , oil tanned - 35<r MEITS CLOTHING. UNDERWEAR, GLOVES AND MITTENS, ETC; Men's Fine gray Hair Line Cassimero Suit, only COO, worth 8.00 to 10.00. " Dark Flaid Cmimore Suit, only 6.60, worth 9.00 to 10.00. " Check: Drown CasVunere Suit, duly 8.00, worth I'i.ZO. " Fancy Plaid Wor.tud Suit, only 7.90. worth 11.00 to 12.00. " a '- Gray and Brown Plaid Caisimere Suit, only 8.90, worth 11 .60 to 16.00. This is a splendid suit. " " Gray Plaid 4 Button Cutaway Suit, splondid, ocly 9.50, worth 14.00 to 16.00. •' Tlaid, Fancy Woven, All Wool English Worsted Suit, only 10.00, worth 14.00. " gray and brown plaid All Wool Sack Suit, sample enclosed, only 11.10, worth 16.00. Thoie is no such thing as matching this price. '• fancy darn gray All Wool 4 Button Cutaway Suit, 11.50, worth 18.00. This suit is ns good as gold and will wear like iron, and saves you a good many dollars on one suit. " Gray Stripe Casslmore Sack Suit, made of alt wool and silk, only U.50, worth 18.00. " All Wool English Corkscrew Worsted, heavy weight, only U.69, worth 18.00. This is one of the most elegant of suits. •' 111ue Plaid Silk Mixed English Worsted, only 15.00, worth 18.00 We will put in all our best lines of Fine English Worsteds, Silk and Worsted Mixed, in fancy plaids and stripes, for 16.00. worth 10.00, in either sask or cutaway. The Greatest Bargains in the United States. MEN'S* OVERCOATS. Men's Fine Rrown Plaid, oxtra value, only 4.60, worth 6.50. Men's Calf Gloves, patent wrist, welt seam, California tan, 60c Men's heavy gray, random mixed, Shirts and Drawers, 30c Men's extra heavy, vertical stripe, wool Shirts and Drawers, 45c \y. lue Fur Beaver, splondid value, only 4.60, worth 6. fool Gray Cassiraere. The best J0.00 coal in ths < 50. country, yat labor on streets, John Colo, H. B. Taylor. T. Murphy. " '• W. McQuillan, . W. Henderson, " " " Sanders & Kapler, lumbar, Ellison Orr, leveling Lawler St., P. J. Beuchor, sorviees as marshal, tile, &o., H. 11 Lien, necessaries furnished E. Putnam family while quarantined on aocouut of scarlet fever, $ 9.00 14.76 3.76 6.26 1.30 30.23 1.50 18.70 3.17 DBY. MAXrOOSf.,. ©Ajnros DOUGHEKTY..,. MIKEBT.Bep... MITCHELL.;,... FAHEY , HOPPER JREMfY, *> , it will iw seen tbat both Mr. Bay. Bond Mr. QnaodsJiI ran pretty closjo io I bora, and h «4 it proved nothing bnl •» ortfipsnr »k<W*rjtm WonUi have MM ffwiljr riMtM?/ XMtog •» , * • ».t f r r.t.r. * The Toledo Weekly Blade and Campaign of 1892. The Toledo Weekly Blade, the most prominent republican weekly published is the only political weekly newspaper in the United States that is edited with special reference to ciioulation in every part of the anion. It baa subscribers in every state, territory and nearly every county ol the United States. It has always above 100,000 subscribers and during a late presidential earn paign bad 200,000 subieribers. People of all political parties take it. Aiido from politics it ia a favorite family paper, having more and better depait- menta than can be afforded by paper* ot small circulation. Serial and abort stories, wit and humor, poetry, camp flte (soldiers), (arm, Sunday school lessons, Tallage sermons, young folki, pool try, pnzzlea, household, (beat in (be world), answers to eorreapondenU, •tev Only One Dollar a year. Send poital to The Blade, Toledo, Oh(«, for » frt* apcoimon eopy. Art, aleo, lor e ^i ^«ni (al terw»to»foi»i»Ilyop mmi Sank Bobbery at Caledonia. The Waukon Demoorat gives the following particulars of a bold bank robbery in the adjoining county of IIous ton, just over'tho line is Minnesota: The Sprague bank at Caledonia was burglarized last Wednesday night and $6,000 in cash secured by the thieves. We learn that beforo entering the bank tho bold burglars entered Mr. Spraguoja, residence, secured the keys to the bank building, stola his watch and what loose money ho had in his pockets, then went to his stablo, hitched up his beat horse to a buggy, and afterwards pro- aeeded to go through the large supposed to be burglar proof safe in the bank. They did not seem to hare much trouble however, in getting into it for thoy soon had the $(>,0*0 In their possession and away thoy went in Mr. Spragae's aad thus far the bold robbers have rig. not been apprehended. Officers ware here in Waukon the nuxt day in search of the gang whioh is supposed to consist of three mon. It was one cf the most daring and eooleat performed jobs of robbery ever committed in thi* section of the country, and shown how easily such work oan be performed when determined professionals, like these seem to have bean. a«t about it Mo bank or other property is absolutely secure against their depredations. List of Letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Postville, Iowa, Oet. 31,1891. Parties calling for any of them will please say "Advertised:" W. B. Alien. C. A. Austin, Mrs. Bul- d»h Bn, Chas. L. Bomon 3,0. H. Bun.- ham, A, H. Bemla, H. A. Covell, Jno. O- Davla, Mrs. E> Godwin, Sarah K. Hoog.Chfts. «;nqdt, Chas. Lain, Mia, Ever Petereoir %, Charlie Bosowiob, ••• POtTAU. • Jx*. P«BBT, F. M. in i •' Wool sell it at 7.00. " •• Brown Melton Beaver, fancy plaid lined, only 9.00, worth 13.00 to * 14.00. . . " •' Fur Beaver, silk cord bound, elegantly made throughout, wehad seams, extra quality, only 10.00, worth 15.00 to 18.00. '• " All Pare Wool Melton Cloth, tailor made, splendid lining, gtiaran- 1 taed all wool, for onlv 19.00, worth 15.00 to 18.00. " " All Wool English Corkscrew Worsted, only 10.00, worth 16.00 to | 1K.00. These goods ara exactly as represented and many of these prices are less than wholesale and cannot he replaced f >r the money, nor bought of any other dealer in the United Slates at these prices. The above list is only a few of tba large stock we carry, and gives you a slight idea of what we can save vou. SEEING IS BELIEVING and WE WANT YOU TO BEE oor slock. FUR COATS We are receiving a large stock of Vur Coats, and prices will be lower than any competitor. Call and see for yourself. LADIES' CLOAKS AND JACKETS. Ladles' Fur Beavar Jacket, for '• " " " double breasted, silk loops, only " fine wool Bearer Jacket, double breasted, only '• " " " " " " wide silk facing, with light Astrachan fur trimming, for only " fine all wool Twilled English Worsted, double breasted, silk faced, genuine Astrachan fur trimmed, only •' fine Light Colored Camel's Hair Jacket, double breasted, full faced with silk and wide hair seal collar, with continuous wide front facing to bottom with hair seal, only •• best quality Imported Worsted Jaekat, full vest front, and one of the vary best quality in market, for only All the above Jackots are worth from 1.00 to 6.00 more. FLUSH JACKETS. We -wantyonr trad© and: will make it pay yon to come miles to trade withns. Be snre and see ns before pnrohasing. POSTVILLE IOWA. J.00 8.60 6.76| 8.00 11.00 11.60 12.50 Powell. G. \ albunas and dreaaltur nut: I hare bean easily s[feted, Kotbiog e » a eomldential terms to agonia u yoa wao* Maggie Baxter. Minnie aeison. flr^WWWW,/ •wMa ^rtB ^sSp, t - 'I * - Usasllyeartif f?w dollars caib, Jx*. P« B «r,F- Ladies' fine Seal Plnrh Jacket, well made and lined throughout, only 7.50, cheap at 10.00. finn Seal Plush Jacket, double breasted, hair seal loops, genuine silk lined throughout, only 9.90, worth 14.00 to 16.00. •• Cue Silk Seal Plush Jacket, importod stock, heavy silk lined throughout, embroidered front facing, the most elegant Jacket, 13.90, worth 20.00. The goods are going fast. Don't wait too long; you may be too late to secure the Greatest Bargains you ever saw. Thanking you for past favors, and with a determination to merit your patronage in the future, we remain, Very Tyujy Yours, J. W. WARD eft CO., POSTVILLE, IOWA- Announcement Extraordinary Next week vre will be thoroughly established in our New Room and will then show yon a stock of Pnrni-i tnre that will surpass any stock ever shown in a City Ten Times The Size of Pcstville ! W,e will also show a Larger and Finer stock of Carpet*, Rugs, Window Shades and Hangings than ever, shown in Fostville. Our line is too large to enumerate. We will only say come and see us, and if we don't oonvinoe you that we are Selling Goods Cheapsqr than Any firm in Northern Iowa, don't buy. We are" . "in it," and are bound to please. Thanking the publiflr -f for their libwral patronage, we are, $tofy^wejh ( j.. l X)®

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