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toe Postville Weekly Review, P9ftUlfK» E7IRT SATURDAY BY W. N. BURDICK. TlMfl: $1.50ATEARINADVANCE. - «p ••>"** ' *'• LOCAL REVIEW. --Bioux Sanders'. City ;Flour nt Luhrnan & —At Monona visited day last wook. Mrs. Tultlo one --Fresb^Oysters by Iho quart, can or dUU, at JOHK THOMVS. —There ii a now Parker's. It's a boy. arrival at John —Mrs. W. C. McNeil has beon ing at Monona this nook. visit- a big — Gray, our clothior, reports trade in clothing tho past wook. —Pi of. Brockonridgc's sclinol, Doco- rali Institott, is filling up rapidly. —Tuesday ^and Wednesday mornings t'10 mercury hovered around zero. —Uall Roberts lias beon indisposod for several days but was out yeslorday. '"'^•Mlehlgan apples by tho barrel, bushel or peck, at JOHN THOMA'S. (8413) —Gsorgo Conley now pokos the tow- e'.R under your shirL collar nt Parker's barber shop. —This "oflico has tho finest and best lino of nox stationery it ever hnd and selli it choap. —The new printing oflico is going in to tho r»ar ond of Stroubel's shoo store on Green stroot. — Just roceivtd, a carload of choico Michigan wintor apples at Slwi Joux THOMVS. — Mrs. II. It. Haxlotnn has gone to LcKoy, Minn., on a visit, and perhaps to spend the winter. —New Goods at LuniiAM & SANDEHS'. • -Lima. Cement, Stucoo and Plastering Hair, always on hand and for snlo. 14tf P. J. DiucniH, Urarman. Wanted at Once I A competent girl to do general housework. Apply to Du. C. H. HUNT. For Sale I Carriagos of all descriptions for sale. W. S. WzBBTin. MUa Anna Easton luslrnetor on tha piano and organ, Postville, Iowa. Hiss Nellie H. Abbott, reachsr of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. If early a Quarter of a Million Kamoa. The uddress of ovory farmer in each county in tho stato. For sale in quantities to suit purchaser. Just tho thing for business men. Correctness guaranteed. For terms, addross, TI1K TELKGKAPII, 36w(! Dubuque, Iowa. —Mr. Hill, of DcsMoincs, delivered n tcmperahco lectero at tho Congregational church lait Sunday evening in tho intorest of tho I. O. ft. T. Hu is a fair speaker but altogether too rambling in his remarks to hu effective. There was a very good nudionco notwithstanding tha somowhat inclement weather. Bnlarged Picturos, A 14x17 Knlargud Pieturo almost giv- on away with each Dozen Cabinet Photos ordored, at Beedy's. •-Headquarters; for Axle Grange, Gasoline, Lard. Castor, Black and all •t tho leading brane-s of Machino Oils, at Waters * Nicolay's. Horse-Shooing. No hit and miss, but a good Job every clattsr and prices vory reasonable. TlIOS. SlIOKTKERD. —Loron Bellows has movod out on to the Hall Ellis farm, and tho kousu kc Vacated is empty, which is tha only one in town, so far as wc know. -Kometnbor the Thanksgiving ball, at Turner Hall, on Thursday evening of next woox. Music by Harrington's full orchostra. Tickets 75 conts. —You can't fail to sec tho announcement of Luhman & Sanders In ibis issue. It sponks for itself. —If you want wood l:avc worn with uio or any of my teamsters. P.J. BKUCuitK,;Drnjnian. —Thoso who are planning to do a good winter's work should on roll at onco, Prof. Breckonrulge says. - You cannot afford to buy a dollar's worth of goods until yon go and get prices at LUIIUAN & SAXUEI:*'. —Tom Tucker, Bo-poop, Potor Pumpkin Katet, nnd other dear litlln friends of the olden time, at tho sociable, Nov. 27. —The Baldwin family loft yesterday for Texas via Kansas. Wo hopo they may havo a safe and pleasant trip and visit. —Bob Kinney, the notorious New Albinilo who was charged with assault with intent to murder, goes to tho pen for tsreo years. Bnlarged Pictures. Wo are in it and now fully prepared to mako Enlargod Pictures at astonishing Low Prices. See saiuplo at Beedy's. Again For Sale. I now offer my rcsidoneo for salo at a priao that ought to sell it at onao. Call and seo it. Mm. 11. B. HA/xa'tox. Fhotographa. Oulcr your Picturas now, at llErnY 's, A'l'l lime them ready for Christmas, at lliir.nv 'K, Cloudy Weather jutt ns pood as Clear, at 11I'.KDV'.S ( Uittler our mammoth Skylight, at UKEDY'S, Now Urich Mock, at lifniv's. at -NEW FLOUR! —NEW PLOURI —NEW FLOUR. LUHMAN & SANDER3. C. L. S. 0. Meet with Mrs. 11. N. Douglass next Wednesday. .Study for tho fourth woul in Nov. as given in the Cliilauquan Condition of eolonists at the beginning of the revolutionary war. Postville Steam Mill. The undersigned having purchased the Postville Steam Mills formerly owu- cd ana operated by Hiram Dresser, is prcparod to do Sawing, Planing, Grinding Feed, Scroll Sawing and Turning, at reasonable rates. Planing and grinding, Monday of each week. Your patronago solicited. K. D. STIL»S. —ltev. Gais informs us tliut he has so far beon unable to secure a minister to preach in English'next Sunday afternoon. He has written to several others and lias not jo^ hcird from thorn. Kov. Gass is so noarly worn out by constant ami uxccRsivo labor that ho will take no further part in tho dedicatory services than is necessary. To Old and New Subscribers. All now subscribers paying 91.50 in adrnnco vr ! l! be credited to Jan. lot, 189*. and all old subscribers paying up lo tho day of payment and 91.50 in advance will bo 'credited to tho same limn. Our objeot is to have all subscriptions, so iar as possible, expire Jan. 1st. Houco this premium. — Mrs. Selleg is slowly improving in health though still quite feeble. Sho has iiad a long nnd severe affliction. —The Domocrat says the matonal for the new democratic paper here will be received this weok and the paper will appear about the 1st of Doe. It- will bo pretty quick work to get located and set up a new paper In ten days. Wo believe if it were our case wc should got a good ready and- issuo the first No. Jsii. 1st, and thus have tho volumes 1 ond with the tear. But we aro not running it. N»w Lumber STard. Great wonilermont of tho times! Lumber sold choap in Postville. Sandors & Kapler keep on hand in their yard a gineral assortment of all kinds of lumber, including tho much colo- brated Arkansas yellow piao ceiling, straight grain flooring, finishing, moulded casings, corner head and base blocks, etc. A share of tho patronago is solicited. SiHDlws & KAPLEU. J. W. WARD & CO. Special Salo of tho following goods -with a Wholesale Hlv n Prices, -Wa aro glad to note that our old frioud. C. F. Wcnliam, somo years ago operator at the Miiwaukco depot hora, has beou promote! to tho position of station ngont at Austin, Minn, one of the bast stations on tho Milwaukee system. He is a good railroad man and a good fellow geuerallv. Shake, Char- — Tho Warner Comedy Co. elosad tlacir ss.'-ond three nights engagement on Wednesday evening and wont to LeKny yesterday morning. They hnd fair audiences ami javo very gonoral satisfaction except the last night, which was an unfortunate bill. The company make friends everywhere, and if thoy should velum here after a reasonable absence thoy will meet with good success. TAKE NOTICE! By a recont order of Uio Board of Supervisors, nil persons owing taxos or, Poll or Personal Property, are requested to call at tho County Treas­ urer'a oflico and make FULL PAYMENT of same before the First day of January, 1892, as after that dato col Uelors will bo placed in oach township in the county to collect tho delinquent taxes above mentioned, together with the fee allowed by law for tho collection of such taxes. All taxes on Personalty prior to the taxes of 1837, will be received without penalty. These taxes MUST BE PAID, nnd it bohooves all delinquents to bo prompt in tho matter and make settlement with tho County Tieasurcr within the time specified and thus save thomsolves unnecessary costs. —Tho weather has already moderated and tho people will doubtless now havo a few good days in which to fiuish up thoir fall work. —Sheriff Mitiorl passed through town Wednesday evening on his way to Indepeisftnneo with llahn, tho murderer of Peter Leasing. —This is a harvest for tho woll drillers. Tho trouble is they are liable to bo obliged to boro down. to China got a supply of water. Thanksgiving Service*. Tluiiiktgiving services will be held tit tho M. E. church noxt Thursday morning, Nov. 20, at 10:80 a. m. llev. Mr. Burton will deliver tho sermon, and all who possibly can should attend. Short-Horn Bulls For Sale. Four pedigreed short-horn bulls for sale cheap. One is eighteen months old, tho others youegor. Three miles southeast of Postville. lSniS P. CoicotAK. —Tlioro was a total oclipso of tho moon last Sunday evening, but tho only wny to have observed it would have been to havo gone up in a balloon abovo the clouds. Wo obsorvod one thing and that was it was oxtromoly dark about church time Phillip's Pacific Coast Excursion. Fur the above namod oxcursion the Burlington, Codar llapids, and Northern Hallway will run a Tourist Car every Thursday from Alburt Lea, Mien., lo Columbus Junction, Iowa, connecting with C, It. 1. & P. Pacific Coast Excursion Tiaiu, nnd this car will go through without change to San Francisco. For rates and general information apply to any agent of this company, or J. E. HANMEGAN, Gen. Tk't and Pass. Act. A Magnificent Present. On tho invitation of Mrs. N. J. Beedy we called at her rosideuce last eroning to see aud hear the iiplendid new Docker Bros, hand aarved.cabinet grand piauo, whicitis a prosontfrom Mrs. "Diamond Jo" Roynolds, of McGregor, to Miss Mabel Baedy. Miss Anna Easton was present nnd rendered some very fine music, as she is so competent lo do, as did Miss Mamie Abel. Wo do not claim to bo a juilgo of pianos or piano music but we believe this to be one of tho finest wo ever saw or hoard. Mrs liuedy and Mabel aro justly proud of this beautiful and costly present, the finest that auybody could ask for, and one that will be "a thing of beauty ami n joy forever." It will bo a eonstant reminder of the goodness and liberality of Mrs. Ruynolds. On behalf of the family wc wish liornby to extend sin- aero thanks to the liberal donor for the magiiiticont gift. Whioh Are Remember the Days and Dates. The goods are the following Staple Articles PRICES cm ARMSTRONG- & HOLTER, THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS.' ESTABLISHED IN 1883. Some take ad vice and nev o ? give it; others give advice and never take it. You can get all you 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, but don't reject a good thing when it cornea your way. We make it our business to hold tha lead by keeping ahead in FIT, MATERIAL AND PRICE. Whatever else happens, you can 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 HEADY TO WEAR 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 thelgreat bargains we are now offering in SUITS. OVERCOATS, UNDERWEAR, OLOVES to .[ —Thoo. Luhxan, brother of Henry • and Otto, arrived from Sheboygs.n on Wednesday evening and will take a position in Uio store of Luhuian & Sandors. —Thoy have hnd snow almost all around us, oven aa far south ns BiirJ lington. Wo can get neither snow or rain and thore Is a bad outlook for tho wnloi supply. —Ilalvor Llun has-been singing bass out of his soprano throat for the last tun-or nioro days. Alto-gothor it lias been anything but ploasant for out- popular (vooorymnn. —Will Khiva' nnd Ray Sohulor aro gotllng to bo quite oxport rldors on thoir new "safeties", purchased of Waters & Nioolay. The/ are daisies ...tho bicycles wo moan! • -We wrote our usual thanksgiving "sermon" this woek but a rush of jo r ..work prevented us from putting It I .type. Wo may make iv few "remarks" DIM) wook, if it is a little lato. Holiday Goods. John Moir has received tho largest and most varied stock of Toys nnd Fancy Christmas Goods over opened in town, Ho also has a nice line of goods on his 10 emit oountor suitable for holiday prasonts. Wood Wanted! Sealed bids for furnishing the whole, or a part of soventy-iivo cords of greon, body oak wood, to bo delivered, at Farmeis' Creamery, will bo rooolvod by tha undersigned up to Doc 10th, 1891. ELLISON Omi, Soo. Dedication. Remember tho dadioation of tho new German Lutheran church noxt Sunday. Services in the forenoon at 10:30 in German aud at 3;*0'p. m. in English. Dinner will bo served in tho bascmeat botween services, 25 ets. for adults and 10 ets. for children. It is desired to raiso 91,000 to! llquidalo the indebtedness of the church, and it ought lo bo an oasr matter to raise this iuconaidur- ablo sum. Tho church is the best ono of this denomination in the stale, and is a credit not only to tho membership and to tho untiring energy of its pastor, Rev. Gass, but also to the town in whioh it is locslsd. Wo congratulate our German friends oa tho beautiful and substantial structure thoy have oared for a church homo. It will bo a monument lo thoir zeal and enterprise long after tho builders have slopt their last sleep. Farm For Sale. Consisting of 317) acres, four miles south of Csstalla, in Clermont town, ship. 340 acres under cultivation, bal ance tlmbor and pasture. Buildings fair, well watered, Inquiro on tho promises. )Slf TnoMAs Mouns School Books. Wo now havo a full and complete stook of school books used In the Post villa schools and will soil them at tho lowest school board pricos. We a) si carry a full stook of all sohpol supplies at tho lowest prloos. Urlok drug atoie. R. N. DOUGLASS. —No orio can afford to miss' the Children 's Sooial. Go nnd seo tho funny lltllo folk* lo funny little costuraos. Let liioohuroh be tilled with merriment, good-will aud with people too. —Miss Blanche Durno and Miss Carrie Dresser, under tho direction of Miss Nellie Abbott, gave a piano reoltal at W, W. Shroyer's last Mouday ovening, assisted by other musioal talent. --Mrs. E. II. Williams and a copy sent to Chas. Lavraboo, Sr. by Mrs. Williams, W. I. Chase, J. F. Mlkota, O. V. '••Franklin and Divrid Riley-me •ntUled lo credit) and thanks for cash on subscription this week. - Johnny Murphy made mora out of tho Boles on the prohibition Issue this year than he made out of tho boys on tho "nigger" question last year. John ny is always a sure winner whan tho •'race" problem is not In it. ... Tr'JPIjsve is/ A gonoral wood famltio in . PostvlUo. There ought to be n lain died leads bought into lown nt onoo, J?o«/ t$l*lt tye tyowin* is »h(U off and iWmm ltui.klP# tnjptlj <!omj It Boems *H! the the —We call espooial attention to notice given under tho ordor of board of supervisors to thoso whobo personal nnd poll taxes are delinquent Thoso taxos must bo paid before Jan 1st or suit will bo commenced to enforao payment. Nobody.oan afford to allow this to. bo done. Kaw Dental Boom*. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental offlod over the harness store in th brick bloak, where bo may be found on Tuesday and Wodnesday of oach week whore he invito* tho publlo to call when wantlug first-class work don* in his line, Opening of tha Postvillo Gymnasium. Tho Postville Turn yerein has engaged Iho services of l'rof. Geo. Murgge, and will open a Gymnastic School for boj* and girls about Nov. 6th, 1891, in llicir hall, at Postvillo. And horoby invito the public in general to support this institution by sending your children from tho ago of six yoars upward, (boys or girls) to attend the abovo school ef Physical Education. Tho tuition foo being ao small and in roach of every parent, there is no reason for excuse. TEKUS:—One scholar ono month, SOo; or if threo out of ono family, ?1.00. Anplication may bo made to Mr. R. F. Ileckar, or at tho hall lo the Professor. Spectators must procuro pormits of tho Sucrotavy. TIMB-TAULK:—School will open Nov. 0. 1891, and will continuo every Friday aud Saturday. Tho liours nro: —For boys, ago 6 to 17, 4:30 to 8:00, p. ni girli anil lad'.os, ago 0 to 25, BiOO to 7:30, ]). m; young men, ago 17 and upward, from 8:00 to 10:00. p. m. All information oan bo obtained by culling at tho hall on abovo ovenings or of tho Secretary. Respectfully Yours, POSTVIIXB TUHK VlSHIN 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 days. No. 3, speoial sale 150 to 300 bolts absolutely Pure Silk Ribbon, worth 40 to 75c per yard, will be sold for 26ic 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. Eaoh person limited to one bolt. No. 7, special sale Pepperell R Sheeting, yd. wide, 6c yd., worth 6ic to buy at wholesale. Salo Monday, Nov. 9th. Sale lasts One Day only. Each person limited to one bolt. No. 8, special sale Kerosene Oil, Best Quality Water White Headlight Kerosene Oil at 10c Gallon. Sale continues 30 days. No. 9, special sale Kerosene Oil. Wo will sell you the Ilaine Kerosene Oil, which is the finest high test illuminating oil in the United States, and is sold for 16i to 18c a Gal. at wholesale, and retails at 25c a gallon by the Drug trade. We will sell you in 5 gallon lots for 75c,worth 1.25. Sale lasts 30 days. No. 10, special sale Oil Cans. "The Pan American" 5 Gal. best Galvanized Oil Can made, with Pump, for .35, worth 2.00. The sal© lasts 30 davs. No. 11, special sale Oil and Oil Cans. "The Pan American" 5 Gal. Oil Can with Pump, full of the Best Water White Headlight Oil! for 1.75.. And full of Ilaine HighlTest Oil for 2.00. You will surely appreciate this offer, when the can is worth 2.00 without the oil in it. This strikes hard on competition, and they will cry: "HUMBUG;" ''SWINDLE;" ''IT'S A ~ IE;" "IT CAN'T iBE DONE;" «fco. But we will givo $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 th© prices namod, and Men S Goat GlOVeS, double palm, NOT'punohed on the Premitim Tickets. Ion k U the hi For th AT Luhman. & s Money AND MITTENS, ETC.' Our long Experience as Clothiers and buying strictly for oash in large quantities, (for two stores,) enables us to secure every article at the lowest possible prices and we give our trade the benefit of it. Our inoreased sales prove conclusively that the trade appreciate the Low Prices we are naming, and we shall continue to break the record on prices. BfiEKPS CLOTHING-. Men's Fins gray Hair Line Cassimero Suit, onlv 6.00, worth 8.00 to 10.00. " " Dark Plaid Cassimsrs Suit, only 6.60, worth 9.00 to 10.00. '• " Ciisnk llrown Csssimsro Suit, oulv 8.00, worth 12.50. " •• FauoT L'laid Wor.ted Suit, only 7".90. worth 11.00 to 12.00. 'i '• j'- Cray and Brown Plaid Cassiaiars Suit, only 8.90, worth 11 .60 Io;l6.00. This is a splendid suit. " " '• Grav Plaid 4 Butlan Cutaway Suit, splendid, only 9.60, worth H.00 to 16.00. " " Plaid, Fancy Woven, All Wool English Worsted Suit, only 10.00, worth 16.00. " " gray and brown plaid All Wool Sack Suit, sampls •nolossd, only 11.10, worth lfi.tO. Thais is HO such thing as matching this pries. fancy dark gray AH Wool 4 Button Cutaway Suit, U.60, worth 18.00. This suit is as good as gold and will wear liks iron, and saves you a good many dollars on on* suit. " Cray Stripo Cassimer* Sack Suit, mad* of all wool and silk, only 1J.60, worth 18.00. „••'.. " All Wool English Corkscr»w Worsted, haarr weight, only 11.50, worth 18.00. This is ona of tho most aUgant of suits, •v •• llhi* Plaid Silk Mixed Knglish Worstsd, only 13.00, worth 18.00 W« will put in all our bost Unas of Fino English TTorstsds, Silk and Worsted Mix«d, In faney plaids and stripes, for 16.00. worth 80.00, in *ilhev saok or out- away. The Ursatasl Bargains in the Uuitad Stat*s. MEM'S' OVERCOATS. oil tanned Men's Calf Gloves, patent wrist, welt seam, California tan, Men's heavy gray, random mixed, Shirts and Drawers, 35c 60c 30c Men'sf,extra heavy, vertical stripe, wool Shirts and Drawers, 45c S3 Men's Fiu* Rrowa Plaid, *xlra value, only 4.60, worth 6.50. " " Blue Fur Beaver, spUndid value, only 4.60, worth 6.50. " " Wool Gray Cassiraere. Tha bast 10.00 cost In the couulry, vet wa sail it at 7.00. " " Brown Malton Beaver, faney plaid lluad, only 9.00, worth 13.00 to 14.00. •• Fur Beaver, silk oord bound, elegantly made throughout, welted asams, extra quality, ouly 10.00. worth 15.C0 to 18.00. '• " All Pare Wool Mellon Cloth, tailor made, splendid lining, guaranteed all wool, for only 16.00, worth 15.00 to 18.00. " All Wool English Corkscrew Worsted, only 10.00, worth le.00 to 11 .00. These goods are exactly as represented and many of these prices are less than wholesale and oannol be replaced f>r the money, nor bought of any other dealer In the United States at these prioes. J'be above list is only a fow of the large stook we carry, and gives you a slight I idea of what wo can sar* von. SEEING 13 BELIEVING and WE WANT YOU | TO SEE oar stack. We want your trade.'and: will make it pay you to come miles to trade with us. Be sure and see us' before purchasing. Pleaso Examine These Special Prices! rge sto KG 131 FURCOATS. POSTVILLE, IOWA. FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! - We are receiving a large stock of Fur Coats, and prices will bo lower than any competitor. Call aud see for yotiMolf. . . , , 0LADIES' CLOAKS AND JACKETS. Ladjos' Fur Beaver Jaoket, for .««••• . «'• " " double breasted, silk, loops, only " One wool Beaver Jr.cket, double.breastod, only wide silk facing, with The Celebrated Sioux City Brands! Bakers Flour, Alliance Half Patent Flour, Superb *' « . '« - • Perfeot Full '« «' MystioHigh " Prepare for tho oold weather. Buy your Flannels, Underwear, Shoes and Overshoes now. Wo sell tho Boston llubbor Shoo Ce's Rubbers and Overshoes. They aro tho best made. 1,06 per Saok 1.20 per Sack 1.25 per Saok 1.35 per Saok 1.45 per Saok Farm For Sal*. A farm consisting of 280 aer.es- 940 under cultivation and 40 acres of tint bor. Will sell tha farm without the timber if duslrod. Good house, barn and outbuildings on the farm. Fanned tn 20 noro Jots, Well watered by a number of large springs. A splendid fnrm In every particular. Situated 9J tnllgs southwest of CflStalla and 1} southeast of Ossian. Only 1} miles soiHh of Military road and good road to It, For toi-uns, eto, apply to B, Scott, jiving. * nm All .Wool Shlrtmg Flannel, All Wool Red Shirting Flannel, Plaid Dress Uoods, Linen Crash, - - 6o Badger LL. Shooting, yard wide 6c Popporoll "R" Sbootlug, yard wide, Oo Prints. - - So (iinglmiu, - - (lu Handkoruhiefs, - lo ench 55 0 Roasted Cofloe, 2 K 0 j Yeast Cakes, Co Chinch 's Snloratus, Five Gallon Oil Cans, Men's Umlorshlrts, Moil's Drawers, Ladies' Full Slippers, Boy's Mittens, 20o per lb 2 packs for 6o So lb. packages 1,85 each - 3Sc each 23c each 60c a pair lOo a pair A Luhman & Sauders Corset, fiOo 3.00 8.60 6.76 louble breasted, silk fared, light Astrachan fur trimming, for only ftna all wool Twilled English Worst*d, ( genuine Asti'Kohan fur trimmed, only fine Light Colored Camel's Hair Jacket, double breasted, full 8.00 11.00 Announcement Extraordinary All the above Jacket 1160 12.60 faced with silk and widn hair seal collar, with continuous wide front facing lo bottom with hair seal, only bust quality Imported Worsted Jacket, full vest front, nnd ono of the very best quality in market, for only ' uls are worth from 1.00 to 6.00 more. FLUSH JACKETS. Ladles' fine Seal Flush Jaoket, well made aud lined throughout, only 7.60 at 10.00. Ann Seal Plush Jacket, double breasted, hair seal loops, genulno silk lined throughout, only 0.90, worth 14.00 lo 16.00. fine Silk Soul Flush Jaokot, Imported stock, heavy silk lined throughout, embroidered front facing, the most elegant Jaoket, 18.90, worth 20.00. WE ALWAYS LEAP IN PRESS GOODS I Ladles oall for tho Richardson ft Novonss Floe Shoos, They nro tho Best Fitting mid '•Weaving' Shoes made. VVo Imyo them In Lao» nnd Button. Call and see us, Respeotfullys LUHMAN & SANDERS. Next week we will be thoroughly established in our. New Room and will then show you a stook of Furni-. , cheap I ture that will surpass any stook ever shown in a City Ten Times The Size of Fcstville ! goods are going fast. Don't Wait tOO long! you may b0 too late to We will also show a Larger and Finer stook of Car,- nonni *A +Vift fZvaa+aa+ TCaitrwa -ina *T^I P et *> Rngs, Window Shades and Hangings than eve* Secure tne greatest Bargains you ever shown in Postville. Our line is too large to enumer- SaW, TxianlCing you for past favors, ate. We will.only say oome and seo us.'and if we don't and with a determination to merit your patronage in the future, we remain Very Truly Yours, J. V7. WAXVD A CO., ate. We will.only say oonvinoe you that we are Selling Goods Cheaper than any firm. inNorthenx Iowa, don'tJ)W. We wre' "in it," and are bound to please. TaanJ^ffM* P^bUo; Ibfc.their liberal p&tfrotfage, we are, , Truly Tour|,;^ ,j " ^' V:;: WALTER ~ I'a^lAXn.W'

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