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ttt PwtYille Weekly Review. FHUlftU ETIRT SATURDAY W. N.BUROICK. BY flftKft: $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Muttonjat Hart's Moat Market. --frank Gois has bean nuulng a sprained wriit. —Bulk ket. Oysters at Hart's Meat Mar- —Fresh Oysters by the quart, can or dish, at Joint THOMA.'S. —Abram Hart it visiting In Washington and Virginia. —Only three nioro weeks in which to advertise holiday goods. Now is the accepted time.' —All kinds Meat Market. of Sausage at Hart's —Walter Chriss now occupies a part o( his new house. —Poultry bought and sold at Hart'i Msat Market. —John Crosby's force are adepts store window display. —Will Conlsy was up from Union on Wednesday evening. Miss Anna Easton Instructor on the piano and Postville, Iowa. Wsst organ, Miss Nellie H. Abbott, readier of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville.'.Iowa. -Little Svelins Mootsch is tlio llrst child that was baptised in the now Gorman church. • • —The material for the nsw paper has been recelvod and is boing put in position for business. —We want to remind those who wish to bring us wood on subscription that now is the accepted tinio. —If you want wood Isaye woro. with rat or any of »y toaiusters. P. J. BEUCHEK, Drayman. —The Luthoraa Indies gave a thanksgiving dinner]at the churob at which they realized aboutfSO.00. —That story of which sonio of you have doublloss heard, "Unci* Tom's Cnbin," at tbs BKVIEW olllcs. — A carload of clioise New York applos, mostly Baldwins and Greening!, just received at John Thoma's. —Mrs. Mary A. Hanks has withdrawn from the firm of W. <T. Hanks & Co., and W. J. is going itjalonc now. —Homember the Children'^ sociable nt the M. E. church this (Friday) nvon- ing. Exercises lo begin at 7 o'clock. -Lima. Cement, Shicoo and Plastering Hair, always ou hand and for salo. 14tf P. J. ISiuciiau, Drayman. Bnlarged Pictures,' A 14x17 Enlarged Pitture almost glr- •n away with each Dozen Cabinet Photos ordered, at Besdy's. 0. L. S. 0. Mscts with Mrs. M. E. Talcott next Wednesday afternoon. Study for the first week in Dec. Horse-Shoeing'. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatter and prises very reasonable. Tuos. SIIOKTHBBO. Enlarged Pictures. Wo are in it and now fully prepared to make Enlarged Pictures at astonishing Low Prices. See satuplo atBoedy's. Watch Lost. On Wednesday evening, somowhoro in Postville, a Ladiss' Silror Watcrbury Watck with Gold Chain. Findor will please report to Mrs. A. M. Thompson. Photographs. Order your Pictures now, at BKKDY'S, And havo them ready for Christmas, at BBEDT'S,' Cloudy Weather juat as good as Clear, at DEEDY'S Under our mammoth Skylight, at BEBDY'S, New Brick Block, at BEEDY'S. IN HYMEN'S BONDS, Happily Wedded. Another Marriage. John R. Mott was married y ester-lay in Ohio to a lady by the name of Wl.ito. They are expected homo on a visit next week. -Win. Mott has boon building a now barn for S. F. Clinton on tho ruins of tho old one recently destroyod by fire. • -Prof. Breckenridge says he has reason to be proud of the yonng mca and women who aro enrolling in school. his —Tho wonther isnitvory favorable for late building, but the Hoy and MoNoil residences aro going forward quito rapidly. • -Headquarters for Axle Grease, Gasoline, Lard. Castor, Black and all •t the leadlug brands of Machino Oils, at Waters & Nicolaj's. —It is making a great effort to snow but it lint accomplished only about half an inch so far. A month hones will bo time enough for sleighing. —Tho board of supervisors at its rscoul session allowed no bills, a vory singular proceeding. Thoy didn't forgot to allow their own bills. —Hoary Eggort will hare an auction aalo of stock and farm machinery threo •uilos south of Pstvllle, on Wednesday Dee. 9th, commencing at 10 o'olock, a. nt. Poland China Pigs For Sal*. I have a fow more Choice Poland ChinH. Pigs for sale. Thoso' desiring any of them will do well to call early. 87tf G. W. IUUBIS. —Conductor Jas. D. Allen, well knowa in Postville, was in the wreck noar Docorah three weeks ago and was seriously injurod. His father says he it slowly improving and is considered ont of danger. — Mrs. Mary A. Hanks will liavfl an auction sale on Tuesday, Deo. 8th, at her farm resiclenco oast of Postville, commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m. Stock and a laiyo quantity of farm implements tor snle. Short-Horn Bulls For Salel' Four pedigreed short-horn bulls for sale cheap. One is eighteen months old, th* others youager. Three miles southeast of Postville. ISmS P. COBCO«*W —Mrs. Boichlor, tho teacher in the socond primary department, has resigned, and tko board has filled the vacancy by choosing Miss Gertrude Whoolor, of Monona, who will comraouee with the winter term. BURDICK—TAYLOR—At the resl- x dence of tho bride's parents, in Postville, Iowa, on Wednesday evening, Nov. 98th, 1891. by Rev. N. L. Burton, Mr. Elbert E. Burditk and Miss \Luella A. Taylor. . During the prist" thirty years It has been our pleasure, on many occasions of this character to make a few remarks whicli we deemed fitting to th* occasion. But this is the first time lightning has struck In our own family, and now what we would wish to say perhaps would not be considered in good taste. Both tho contracting parties aro well known in this section, having resided lie re moro or less of the timo sinco infancy. Tho groom is tho eldest son of the editor of tho REVIEW, and although for tho past fivo yoars and more bit business has cailod him cltewhorc, he hat mado hoadquarters with us, and has been hero about half of tho lime sloe* he has been m tho railway mail service, now a little over two years and a half. He it a good printer, and should tho uncertainties of polities or anything else rolieve him of hit position lit will still bo amply able to provido for her whom ho has chosen for a lifo pnrt- nor. Wo sincerely hopo and believe that he will not only do this but that he will love and'cherish tho idol h* has choson from all tke world to long as lifo shall last. The brido, Luolla A., it tho young- ost datightor of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor, ami wo may bo pardoned for laying that we bollove that in all that goes to mnk* up n good and truo woman she it the poor of any yonng lady In Postyille, and this it saying enough. W» are proud to acknowledge her at a daughtor, and hav* tho fullest conlidonco that the is equal to tho task of making a happy home, with all its hallowed surroundings, it she is met half way in tho laudable endeavor. Our hunrt goes out to them both witli a fervent' "God bless you." Tho wedding was a very quiet nnd unostentatious affair only the few relatives noarost at band, with a very few of tho nearest neighbors being present Tho prtsonls wore quite numurous and iino. Tho supper was cxcollont and all passod off very pleasantly. After a fow days thoy will go to St. Paul to reside, at least for the winter, and enter upon tho real duties and rot pontibililics of lifo, whore the friends of both will with them much joy, prosperity and hnppiueti. Wo know that cluudt will soniotimcs galhor, and stormt of sorrow will tonielimot fall, for tucli is tho lot of humanity at its bost. B«t;if loro and confidence shall abide with them, so intertwined at to become a part of their existence, a calm and quiet peace will llow like a river at their feet, and along itt banks of ver- duro thoy may walk until lifo's totting sun sinks behind th* wottorn hills, and finally "at oTentido thoro shall bo light." At a parting injunction wo wish to impress upon then, ns they shall build up a home for thenisolves, tho undisputed fact that— "Home's not merely four square walls, Tho earth beneath, the sky above us, 1-loino is where there's one to love, Home U where there's one to lovo us," —Fred Tangoman and wife visited at McGregor last week. —Two dances in town last night. There was no occasion for going to bed unlets you fait that wny. Poatville BteamXill. The undersigned having purchased 'the Postville Steam Mills formerly owned and operated by Hiram Dresser, is propared to do Sawing, Planing, Grinding Feed, Scroll Sawing and Turning, at reasonable rates. Planing and grinding, Monday of each week. Your patroaago solicited. K. D. STILM. To Old and New Subscriber*. AH new subscribers paying 91. SO in advance will be crodited to Jan. lit, 1893. and all old tubtcribori paying up to tho day of payment and #1.60 in advance will bo ^credited to the same timo. Our objeet is to have all subscriptions, so iar at potiible, expire Jan. lit. Homo this premium. J. W. WARD & CO. TJ2TMATC Hi an Court Card of Thank*. l'ho German Luthoran charch dosires to extend the thanks of its membership to Itev. N. L. Button, th* rnombers of tho choirs of the other churches and all the people who by their presence and material aid nt lit ted them on th* day of the dedication of their new chnrch. Tbeto kindly ofllcet will not bo forgntiou. THE COMMITTEE. - The rtcclplt of tho German Lutheran church last Sunday nmountod lo 9348.05 in tho aggregato. The table receipt! for tho day were $135.60. Tho dinner wai a grand succota In every rospect. It wat bountiful in tupply and finely cooked; and terved. The ladiet nro entitled to groat credit for fteding iiieh a multitude,nnd doing it so rapidly and nicely. New Lumber Yard. Groat wonderment' of th* timet Lumber sold choap in Pottvillo. Sandors & Kapler keep on hand in their yard a genoral assortment of all kinds of lumber, including the much colo< bratod Arkansas yellow plao coiling straight grain flooring, finishing, moulded catingt, corner hoad and bate blockt, otc. A tliare of the patronago is tolicitod. 8J,»D»KI & KAri.au —Lutkorau minitters from Monoaa, West Union and Waverly assisted in tho dedication of th* new church last Sunday. The capacious structure was "crawded t* its utmost capacity, both foretioon and attornoon. Another Now Business. Chat. F. Allen has leastd tho old gallory of F. N. Bbedy and' is fitting it up in good shape for the picture but! nest. It will bo opon in a fow dnyi and ho will make extra exertions to please thoso who favor him with their patronago, Charloy is well known and very popular horo and without doubt will secure a share of the business Competition seenii to bo univorial in Postville just now, in all lines, and it shows conlidonc* in tho town. We wish all branches of business succots —Jst. SnteUflo was; atlnoked on tho ] atraet Tuesday night and wns badly •tit about tho faco. It is not known who his assilant was, or what was tho { cause. —Avory Bullock was dewn from Madison, S. D., this weok and mnd* a | brief but pleasant call at this oflice. He reports everything booming in his 1 section. —The heirs ef the Guno ustato will sell th* horses and cattle belonging to tho estate .it public auction on Saturday next wool, Dec. 6th, commencing at 10 o'elock, a. m. On th* farm ono mil* southoast of Poitville. —Dan McGreevy, two nnd ono half miles north of Clormont, will have an auction salo on Thursday, Deo. 10th, commencing at 10 o'olock, a. m. All kinds of stock. —WilljJCarleton's poems, (he great books for tli* holidays, at tho REVIEW office, with any amount of ohoaper juvenile books, Including Frank Laslie's Christmas book. —They havo had tornado** and snow •tortus all tbrourh th* east and south, And much damago has bo#n done. JEveu in southern Iowa six inches of *now fell last Monday. —Owiug to thanksgiving and other Absorbing matters wo were unablo to glvo th* now church writ* up this week that we expooted. Wo shall try and attend lo it next wo*k. —John Durno exhibited at this office lino samples of his corn, the whale field of whicli yielded 08 buihals per acre. It takes a good field to beat that. It is too bad that such eoru should be produced at a lots of 67 cents par acr*. - Next month ought to be th* bus! ost month of the year. Fail trado has been light on account of tho farmers boing so busy. But tho corn is now noarly all out and now the people will got roady for the holidays. All linos offer goods suitable for presents. Wood Wanted! Sealed bids for furnishing th* whole, or a part of sev*nty-fivo eord* of gr*on, body oak wood, to be delivered at Farmers' Creamery, will be recoived by th* undersigned, up to Deo. 10th 1891. ELLISON ORB, Sec —The Y. P. S. Q, E. of the Cong, churob, will glv* a sooiabi* in the church on Friday, Deo. *th. Supper served from 6:30 to 8:00 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend. LOST—A Gold Dead (strung beads) Bracolot, somewhere between the German obtiroh and Hall Robeits' residence, on Sunday last;' Finder pl«aso return to Miss Anna Easton.] —Ward oV Noble aro preparing to rnako a forward movement with their patent mop wringer. It is certainly a good thing aud w* hope thoy may make a load of money out of it. .Sealed Bid*. The oontraot for building, at th* Farm an' Creamery, a wagon shed 34 ft. x80 ft., will bo l*t to th* lowest bidder, Specifications can be seen at the RE VIEW offloe.'whor* soaled bids will bo received up to Dec. 5th, 1891. ELLISON ORB, See School Book*. We now havo a full and complete •took of school book* used in th* Poet- vlil* schools and will sell th*m at th* lowest school board prloos. We als oarry a full ttook of all tohool supplies at the lowest prloes. Briok;drug stole R, N, DOUGLASS, TAKE NOTICE 1 By a recant order of the Board of Supervisors, all persons owing taxes on Poll or Personal Property, aro requested lo call at tho County Treasurer's office rind make FULL PAYMENT of snmo before the First day of January, 1892, as after that dato collectors will bo placod In oaeh township the county to colloct the delinquent taxes above inontionod, together with the^fee allowed by law for the collection of such taxes. All taxes on Porspnalty prior to the taxes of 1887, will bo received without penalty. These taxes MUST BE PAID, and it behooves all delinquents to bo prompt n tho matter, and make settlement'with the County Tieasuror within the time peoifiod and thus save thomsolvos unnecessary costs. Beading Matter. At tho RBVIEW office may now bo found tho bott assortment of choap reading msttor over kept horo. I addition to tho cheap libraries we have the Seniido lihrarl s and 25 nnd 50 cont oditions of many of the btst books of llio best authors, including E Roo, Marian Harland, Bortha M. Clay May Agnes Fleming, Mary J. Holmes, Mrs. Alexander and others. These books in cloth binding would cost 91 .50 each. If you want something to read theio long evenings come in and see tho list. If wo havo not what you want we will order it for yo*. Ilonthly Statement>f Parmer*' Cooperative Croamory for Oct., '91. Amount of milk dolivcred 387,773 lbs. No. pounds butter made 10,126 lbs. Special Salo of the following goods -with a ...sale fabler on Prices, Whioh Are iti Remember the Days and Dates. The goods are the following Staple Articles EES CIl MOST Hi 11! ARMSTRONG- & HOLTER, TIIE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. ESTABLISHED IN 1883. Av. No. tbs. ot butter per too ot milk 4.93 Total net receipts for butter S3,314.13 Total expenses for month. 9909.63 Avorage net price of butter per lb 17 3.4c Highest gross price ree'd for butter 3*}£c Average cost of hauling per hundred... la 3-4C Avornge cost of M'fg per hundred, In* eluding hauling, labor, fuel, tubs, &c sSJ4c Price paid patrons per^ioo lbs, milk ft.13 So far our Nov. make of butter has sold in New York at the uniform price of 29^0, a net price of 27c per lb. Figuring on this basis, and allowing for incrqased cost ot manufacture on account of shrinkage in volume of mlfk, delivered milk ought now to be worth betwoen f 1.18 and ti.22 por nun* dred. Or aftor deducting cost of hauling, between I1.03 and JI.IO. ELLISON OKR, Sec, No. 1, Speoial Sale Men's Ready Made Clothing, Suits and Overcoats. Commencing Oct. 30th and lasting 30 days. No. 8, speoial sale Ladies' and Gent's Knit Underwear. October 30. lasting for 30 days. No. 3, speoial sale 150 to 300 holts absolutely Pure Silk Ribbon, worth 40 to 75c per yard, will be sold for 261c 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, special sale 250 Ladies' Jackets and Misses' Cloaks, bought of a manufacturer who failed, at 50o 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 Cal ico for LOO. 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 61c to buy at wholesale. Sale Monday, Nov. 9th. Sale lasts 1 One Day only. Each person tim.' ited 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. We 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 25o a gallon by the Drug trade. We will sell you in 5 rallon lots for 76c,worth 1.26. Sale lasts 30 days. No. 10, special sale Oil Can3. "The Pan American" 5 Gal. best Galvanized Oil Can made, with Pump, for 1.35, worth 2.00. The sale 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.Tor 1.75. And full of Ilaine High Test Oil for 2.00. You will surely appre oiate this offer, when the can is worth 2.00 without tho oil in it. This strikes hard on competition, and they will cry: "HUMBUG;" ''SWINDLE;" "IT'S A LIE;" "IT CAN'T.IBE DONE;" &o. 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. 1^" NOTICE:—All goods advertised for Special Sale will be sold for CASH ONLY at the prices named, and NOTIpunohed on the Premium Ticket*. MEN'S CLOTHING. Men's Fine gray Hair Line Caisiinere Suit, only 6.00, worth 8.00 to 10.00. •' Dark Plaid Cassimsre Suit, only 6.60, worth 9.00 to 10.00. " Chsek Brown Catnimsre Suit, only 8.09, worth 12.50. • " Fancy Plaid W'or.ted Suit, only 7.90. worth 11.00 to 12.00. ' >'• Gray and Brown Plaid Casiimere Suit, only 8.90, worth 11.60 • to;iS.00. This is a splsndid suit. . u •> G ra j i>i»ii] 4 Butten Cutaway Suit, splendid, only 1.60, worth 14.00 lo 16.00. " •' Plaid, r *noy Woren, All Wool English Worsted Suit, only 10.00 worth 16.00: '• M fray and brown plaid All'Wool Baek Salt, sample enclosed, only 11.10, worth 18.#0. There is no inch thing as matching this price, >• fancy darlc gray All Wool 4 Button Cutaway Suit,'l'J.60, worth 18.00 This suit is as good as gold and will wear like iron, and saTes you i goad many dollars on one suit. " « Gray Stripe Casstmere lack Bait, made ot ah wool and silk, only 19.60, worth 18.00. " " All Wool Kngliah Corkscrew Worsted, heayy weight, only 1J.6», worth 18.00. This is one of the most elegant of suits. . " •• Blue Plaid Silk Mixed Knglish Worsted, only 15.00, worth 1 ».0 We will put ia all our best lines of Fine English Worsteds, Silk and Worsted Mixed, in fancy plaids and stripes, for 16.00, worth 10.00, i* either saek or, cutaway. The Greatest Bargains in the United States. MEN'S OVERCOATS. Men's Fine Rrawi Plaid, extra Talue. only 4.60, worth 8.60, fu« Some take advice and never 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 advice away if that is the way you feel about it, but don't reject a good thing when it comes your way. We make it our business to hold the lead by keeping ahead in FIT, MATERIAL AND PRICE. Whatever else happens, you can make up your mmd 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 Tfo WEAR LOTHI 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, UNDERWEAR, GLOVES 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. Men's Goat Gloves, double palm, oil tanned - » Men's Calf Gloves, patent wrist, welt seam, California tan, Men's heavy gray, random mixed, Shirts and Drawers, 85d 60c 30a You Can Gel the Best For the AT Money Please Examine These Special Prices Men'sjjextra heavy, vertical stripe, wool Shirts and Drawers, 46c Blue Fur Bearer, splendid Talue, only 4.60, worth 8.60. •• M Wool Cray Cassinsere. The best 10.00 coat in the country, yet we sell it at 7.00. « " Brown Melton Bearer, fancy plaid Heed, only 9.00, worth 13.00 to 14.00. " ' Fur Bearer, silk eord bound, elegantly made throughout, waited seems, extra quality, only 10.00, worth 16.00 to 18.00. •» ' " All Pare Wool Mellon Cloth, tailor made, splendid lluiug, guaranteed all wool, for onlr 10.00, worth 16.00 to 18.00. » " All Wool English Corksorew Worsted, only 10.00, worth 16.00 to 11.00. These goods are exactly as represented aid raaay of these prices are less than wholesale and cannot he replaced fir the aioney, nor bought of any other dealer in the United States at these prices. ' The abor* list is only a few of the large stook we carry, and gires you a slight Idea of what we can sare yen. SEIIKQ IS BELIEVING and WS WANT YOU TO SEE ear steek. We want your trade and will make it pay you id come miles to trade with us. Be sure and see us before purchasing. FUR COATS. FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! The Celebrated Sioux City Brands! Bakers Flour, Alliance Half Patent Flour, Superb *' " '« Perfeot Full '* «' Mystic High " 1.05 per Sack 1.20 per Sack 1.25 per Sack 1.35 per Saok 1.45 per Saok Proparo for the cold weather. Buy your Flannels, Underwear, Shoes and Overshoes now. We sett the Boston Rubber Shoe Ce's Rubbers and Overshoes, They are the best mado. —W«». Mitohell and wife returned from th«lr extended trip in (he east lust week. We regrfct to loarn that Mr. "MltaheU i» dangerously alok, we believe ^fth dropsy, We kope he may soon . WW/, '-a -irFred H. Schiltx, alx mllei loiith of Mew Dental Booms. Dr. Will Col? has opened a dental offloe over the harness store in the bripk block, where he may be found on Tuosday and Wednesday of eaoh week, where he invites the public to call when wanting first-olese work done in hie line. . Nearly • Quarter of a Million Xamee. The address of every farmer in each count) In the it»te> Voreale in tjuan« All Wool Shirting Flannel, All Wool Red Shirting Flannel, Plaid Dress.Uoods, Linen Crash, Badger LL. Sheeting, yard wide. Pepperell "R" Sheeting, yard wide PrlpU. •• . Gingham, Handkerchiefs, - 96c 9oo 6c fio 6o i 6c So 6o lo eaoh Roasted Cofiee, Yeast Cakes, Chuioh's Saloratus, Five Gallon Oil Cans,' Men's Undershirts, Men 1 ! Drawers, Ladles' Felt Slippers', Boy's Mittens, 29o per lb 9 paoks for 60 Co lb. packages 1.96 eath - 9S0 each . a8o each 60o a pair lOo a pair A Luhman t% Senders Corset,' 6O0 WE ALWAYS LEAD IN PRESS flOODS Ladles call for the Richardson * Nororow Fine Shoe*, Tbey aw the Beef i 8.00 u.o* 19.60 r*50 POSTVILLE, IOWA. We are receiving a large stock of Fur Coats, and prices will be lower than any competitor. Call arid see for yourself. LADIES' CLOAKS AND JACKETS. Ladles' Fur Beaver Jaoket, for - - - 9.00 •• " double breasted, silk loops, only 8.60 One wool Bsaver Jacket, doable breasted, only - 8.76 " •• " " " " wide silk faolng, with light Astrachan fur trimming, tor only fine all wool Twilled English Worsted, double breasted, silk faced, genuine Astraohan 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 feeing to bottom With hair seal, only " best quality Imported Worsted Jseket, full vest front, and one of the very best quality in market, for only All the above Jackets are worth from 1.00 to 6.00 more. PLUSH JACKETS. Ladies' fine Seal Plush Jacket, well made arid lined throughout, only 7.60, cheap atiO.00. ,; v fine Seal Plush Jaoket,. double breasted, hairVseal loops, genuine silk lined throughout, only 9.90, worth 14.00 to 16,00. • • . M fine Silk Seal Plush Jaoket, imported stook, heavy silk lined throughout, embroidered front faolng, the most elegant Jaoket, 18.90', worth 30.00. The goods are going fast. Don't wait too long; you may be too late id 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 Truly Yours, Extraordinary Next week we will be thoroughly established in our New Room and will then show you a stook of Furniture that will surpass any stook ever shown in a City Ten Times the Size of FcstoiUe ! We ; will also ehow" a Larger and Finer stook of Oar- pets, Rugs, Window Shades and Hangings than ever shown in Postville. Our line is too large to enumerate'. We will only say oome and see us, and if we don't convince you 1 that we are Selling Goods Cheaper thftn anv firm in Northern Iowa, don't buy. We are'

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