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December 26, 1891

The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

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s At Pwtville Weekly Review. rifUIHU ETIRT SATURDAY BY W. H. BUBDICK. TttftU: $ 1.50 A TEAR'IN ADVANCE. L OCAL R EVIEW. NO BEVXXW NEXT WEEK. ID accordanco with a time honored cuitom in thii office no paper will b* published noxt week, the next issue bearing date Jan. 9th, 1892. Ai before stated in these colitmm •hii suspension menm no holiday to the editor, ai it la always the busiest week of the year to us. It means the cleaning up of the accumulated debris of the. year, the overhauling of the books, posting up and making out accumulated accounts, sending statements to subscribers- at a distance and doing a huadred different things tnnt eccii- mnlate during the year, besides the regular quarterly settlements, etc. We would bo very glad if wo eould attend to all these things besidus giving our assistant a little vacation, with- o>t this suspension, but wo eannol do it. Hence we lay down our pencil for 1891 and hopo lo greet a goodly portion of our readers on our first appearance for 1892, and to go with them, •'no preventing providence," through the year that now lies j'.i.iL before us. Thanking those who havo continued the voyage with us for sevonteeu years, or for a shorter period, as the ease may be, wo wish them all a vory IfArpr Ntw YEAH. Hulk Oysters at Hart's Meat Market. -Kamombar the Willott coneort next Friday evening, Jaa. 1. —J. ii. Hart, at City Meat Market, pays 7J cts. in casli.for turkeys. —Mutton.at Hart's Meat Market. of Sausage at Hart's -All kinds Meat Market. --Mrs. day. McNeil wont to Osage Thurs- -It- took four horses to draw the hearse on Tuesday. -Luhman & Sander* will sell the "balance of their Cloaks CHEAP. SCiee Anna Eaeton lustraetor on the piano and organ, PoslyiJle, Iowa. —Mr. Clinton got somewhat injared recently by an accident, but wo believe not sariously. Kits Nellie H. Abbott, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Poatvllle, Iowa. Boys Overcoat Lost. On Sunday afternoon last, between Postville and E. T. Henderson's place. Finder will please leave at this office Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss," bat a good Job every clattvr and prioos vory reasonable. TflOS. SnOKTKllD. —Try a bag of Sioux City Flour, sold "by Luhman & Sanders. —As the weather and roads' have beon against trade this season so far it will necessarily bo oxtended later into the winter. We believe January will be the best month the merchants have thus far. —Our friend Leighton sends us tho statement of tho Lawler creamery of which he is the buttermaker. to show the people hero that he can mako butter that will sell. It is a very good showing. —Fred Kluss was out at Nashua last weak, visiting Pete Miller. Ho reports Peter prosperous and happy, having built up a magnificent trade, all of which will bo good news to his many friends hero. - Taylor and Molt aro building tho wugon shod for tho farmers' creamery. —Prof. Smith is in Iowa City this week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler. -Wo omitted to mention last week that John Wiggins, a son of Jerry Wiggins and a former resident of Postville came down from Luvemo with Chns. Gordon aud is reuowing old acquaintances hereabouts. — Fresh Corned Beef, at Gllsoo's Meat Market. Call and Settle, HnriDg sold out our business we want to close up all accounts. These having claims against the tlrm are requested to present them and get their money, and those owing us are requested lo oall and settle before Jan. let. ScHULim BROS. Nearly a Quarter of t. Million Name*. The address of every farmer in each county in the state. For salo in quantities to suit purchaser. Just tho thing for business men. Correctness guaranteed. For terms, addres*, THE TELEGRAPH, SSw6 Dubuque, Iowa —Poultry bought; and sold at Hart's Meat Market. to New Lumber Yard. Great wonderment of ike times! Lumber sold cheap, jn Postville. Sandors & Kapler keep on hand in their yard a general assortment, of all kinds of lumber, including the much celebrated Arkansas yellow piae ceiling, straight grain flooring, finishing, moulded casings, corner head and base blocks, etc. A share of th* patronage is solicited. 8A»D»KS A Ki.ri .aB. - We go to press early this week gel out of the way of Christmas. —Flannels- sold CHEAP | until all are gone, at Luhman & Sanders'. -•Ernest Willelt. the blind son ef Judge Willett, of Decorah, who glvea a concert in Postville, on Friday evening of next week, Jan. let, Las a European ae well as an American reputation as a violinist of rare skill. The London (England) Time* in noticing a concert in that eity sayss "Special mention should be made of 1 the violin playing of Mr. Ernest WlUelt, who performed Vieuxtemps' "Ballade and Polonaise" in a style that fairly | astonished the audience, and inrespoi lo an enthusiastic encore gavo Wi iawski's "Ugeode." Mr. Willett, who j is a pupil of Herr Jobann Kruee, de Closing 1 Out Sale ARMSTRONG- & HQLTER, About 250 Garments on hand of all grades and kinds oonsisting of FLUSH CLOAK , ra poetesses groat technical ability, his playing of chords, octaves and rapid scale passages being almost perfect. Mr. Willelt Is certainly an amateur fled lor of great distinction, and it is to be regretted that hie appearance in London should be limited to this concert." At the Cong, church, under the au- I spices of tho Y. P. S. C. JB. Admission ] IS cents. HOLIDAYS! Cloth Newmarkets, Cloth Jaokets and Short "Wraps, and Misses'Cloaks and Jackets of every description, including all of this season's production and those that -we bought at 50c on the dollar that are from the stock of the large Cloak factory in Chicago that failed. Every Cloak and Jacket to Mi ami Wilt Is Soli! Ladies'.. New- ESTABLISHED IN 1883^ Misses' Cloaks, 50 cents each and up. | markets from $2.00 up. We are determined to close out every Cloak and Jacket on hand and prices are made to suit every purse. The goods WILL BE SOLD WHETHER WI GET COST OR NOT. Sale commences immediately We are .bowing, and would be pleased toTfhav* YOU see. before the stock ie TX ^em TX/T M TSm m sMa! CM <->«Tt <M too oiuehVoken. the finest line of Hand Painted and Decorated: Chlaa W 9 JMLoSLeEL cBVLSXZcVGSSi Ware ever in Postville. • This inclades many novelties that you Tou can see what's the matter! Santa Claus couldn't andeontinues until all are sold, atid SOLD.'FOR CASH j resist the temptation, and it's not to be wondered at. He sucoumbed to the fascination of Fine Tailor Made [Suits at $12.00, $13.00, $15.00 arid' $18.00.' ONLY at Great Reductions. must see le appreciate. - A line of Lam IK BEAUTY AND PRIC unsurpassed GANDY FOR AIM!* !| Call early while wa have I reap the benefit of this sale. a Full Assortment and Pure Stick Candy, all flavors, 2 lbe. in a box, for" 4 l*c; retail priee 19c i •* Mixed Candy, taffy mixed, cream, ace, 10c; • - worth 10c *• New JCngland Broke* Mixed, fine colors aid flavors, 10c; woith 10c •' Cream Candy, eligantly flavored. 30e; - worth >0c I Special Sale of Fine Holiday Goods T - Sir Edwin Arnold Dubuque on Saturday 2nd. vill lecture in evening, Jan. —As wo issue no paper noxt wook the whole Geld will be open to our contemporary. —Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks! Come now and get your Cloaks. We will sell all at a Bargain until gone. Luhman & Sanders. QUALITY la Fruits, Canned aad Dried, is what everrene wants, and is just what we have. The Finest Califernia Dried Peaches, this year's crop, 10, IS) and 16c per lb Barrels and Barrels of Candy are placed on sale at PRICES that far UNDERSELL and OUT DO all com- petitiOn*. , Tou will promptly yield fio them the minute you see them. Tney are CHEAP. They are made to Perfection. We want you to see 'em. .If you are a critical buyer; if you .are hard to pliase, all the better. The more critical you are the mora you will appreciate the Great Bargains we are The Finest California Prnnes, Mew Crop Dried Nectarines, 10 lbs. for 1.00 I WHYNOT now offering. If you want something Cheaper we have them at $3.50, $4, $5, $6 and upward. Our large selection gives a wide range 3 wherein to exercise one'stastes within the limitation of your purse.' Apricots, Ufa ackberries, Price Reduced. —Don't forgot the Augusta Ohrstrum Co., at Turner Hall next Monday evening, Dec. 18. —Tho Turner socioty giro a daaso and Christmas tree at their hall on Saturday evening. Wo havo a large line of albums, toilet sets, work boxes and scrap books which we have marked down t<> clo*o out. Don't fail to call at the REVIEW office if you want any of these goods foi - New Years presents. Notice! —Mrs. E. E. Burdick came down from St. Paul on Wednesday evening to spend tho holidays. —If you want wood l«aye wora with me or any of wy teamsters. P. J. BSDCBBK, Drayman. Tho annual meeting *of. tho Farmers | CoiOperatiye Creamery Co. will be .held at tho Turner Hall, on the let Monday of Jan., 18SI, tit 10 o'clock, n. w. Every monibor should be present. JAS. ORE, V. P. ins. From the FiNK8T ,London Layer to the Loose Raisin at 7c lb. NEW CROP CANNED GOODS! Fine Pie Peach, 3 lb. Cane, - Fine Table Peaches, 5 lb. Caas, The Best California Table.Peach.'.S lb^Canl,' The Best California Apricots, «• " " Green Gages, " Cherries, red or white, " " Blackberries, 3 Cans for 2#e. " •* Blueberries, '• " Raspberries, '• " Gooseberries, •' California Pears, Caaned Peas, Corn.^Tomatoes, Succotash and Parapkio. The BEST FLOUR. Try a Sack and yeu will use no other, ranted. THE BIST Buckwheat and Akron Graham. . ...It cents. 2 fer It cents 30 eeais Pure Stick Candy, all flavors, 8' lbs. in aboxifor 15 cents; retail price 25c to 30c. Pure Mixed Candy, taffy mixed, cream, &c, only 10 cents; worth 25 to 30c. Pure New England Broken Mixed, fine colors and I flavors, 10c; worth 35c. Pure Cream Candy, elegantly flavored, only 20c | per lb; worth 35 to 40c. Best Roasted Pea Nuts, 10c per lb; 3 lbs. for 25 Cts. ^ ««wt,..t«iw TT^A ... • - • Best Brazil Nuts, 10 cents per lb; 3 lbs. for 25 cents. Ve ."^tically Headquarters, andare prepared Kv.r. w., i ^ e S9]X B#st Winter Apples, three bushel barrels to 80 ve Jon money and give you goods that will please," * v 7 w ' r ' I for $2.50. We Sell Best Winter Apples by the peck fof 95 Cts: It Overcoats, Iters, Fur Coats, Cap, Underwear, Gloves and Mittens —Our raorchanU havo seldom seen a busier day than they had Inst Monday. The town was full of teams and people. —Dress Goods at Rock Bottom Prices at Luhman «fc Sanders'. —Furnie Warner is home spending I Christmas and New Years with the old [ folks. He lias a good position as'tosch- er in tho College of the Northwost, now educational institution located at I Sioux City and best' of all he has a good salary. Youug friend we congratulate j you. —Mrs. Angus Gordon aud daughter aud Euoch Hardin left Thursday for Sac City lo visit with F. P. Hardin and family. —Tho Augusta Oh) strum company at Tin nor Hall uext Monday evening. All friends of good musio should be sure to b*ar them. School Books. Wo now havo a full and complete | stock of school book* used in the Postville sch'tots and will soil ,thein at the lowest school board prices. We also carry a full stock of all school supplies at the lowest prices. Brick drug stoio. R. N. DOUGLASS. —Willett, the blind violinist, at the Cong, church Mew Years night under the auspices of the Y P. S. C. E. Admission 25o. —Fred Newell, of Das Moiues, a brother of "our Ben," passed through here Wednesday oyening on hie way to Waukoa to spond Ike holidays. —G. S. Tuttle will tako his old position in the U. T. K. clothing ttore the onoctof January. Tho two G's, "Goe" and George aie a great pair to draw lo. —Dave Meyer cams clown from Rldgeway last Saturday ovuulng lor a shbrt visit. He reports his brother, Hetry and family as doing well and i'»ppy- ' —Borne uf our business men were scalded a little on poaltry but tbey will stand It uncomplainingly. Tboy propose lo pay more than any other town anyway. —Not boiug able to make R. R. connection the Augusta Ohrelruin company will appear at Turner Hall next Monday evening in a ohoice selection of vocal and operatic musio. Kccaos from Carmon, Bohouian Girl and similar popular operas. Admission £0 and 35 cents. Haw Dental Beoms. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental office ovor the harness (tore in the brick blook, where ho may be found on Tuosday and Wednesday of each week, where he invites tho public to oall when : wanting first-class work done in his line. Furnishing Goods. Ltue complete Tin Ncckwear.JGant's Silkjand Liuen, Plain'and Fancy Handkerchiefs. Our line of Mufflers is unexcelled by any' in town. Prices from Twenty-Five Cents up. OT7R FOSXTXOXT In the Glove and Mitten trade as to Priee and.Stock; lie eo well established that it U not possible to have the "Stuffln" Knocked Out of as by any.Gray—back to the timu we started till now WE SELLithe line for what OUR NEIGHBOR PAYS FOR THEM". JOHN CROSBY, The Leader. You Can Bet the lest For Ike Money AT We have placed on sale a Large Line of Albums, Plush Boxes, Gent's Silk Mufflers, Toilet Sets,'Silk Handkerohies, &c, that we offer at nearly one-half their commercial value. For NEW ©EEvfiia ^riOK© Presents Just Received Mufflers, Handkerchiefe, Ouffs, Fur Gaps, Ool'd Shirts,' Night Shirts, Oanea, Umbrellas, Knit Jaokets, Etc., Etc., Any of which will make a very appropriate' present for Man or Boy. Neckwear, Collars, White Shirts] Kid Mitts, Valises, in Suspenders", Plush Caps, Kid Gloves,' Trunks, Etc, Etc. The Goods Must Go ! —Henry Hulversou dropped down from Minnesota last Saturday evening to spond the holidays with his friends. Ha bat a good job at conductor out in | tut J country. —District Clark Hart tends as a oaid giving the dates of holding court In tbit judicial district fer 1899. Allama- keo tornw will be Jan. lllb, Apr. 4th, Sept. 6th and Oct, 30lb. —We believa the Grianell student* are ail at bom* tot the holiday* except Ralph Pretcott, who stepped at Geruur, Mrs. Fretcott going out there to visit him and olbtr relatives and friends. —We tball •ndeiver t«MUl« with all patron* ia town util w«*k and hop* lo be able to pay all bill* agalttt us. U anybody baa to wait apy longer It tniMt be MM wholesale men. Charity begin* at home, you know. -r ^lw. 8. V. CUolow, »**l#l #i! by —The following friend* are especially entitled to thank;* for giving u*| Christmas presents in the form of ca*h on subscription this week: Henry Weihe, T. Condon, W. F. Oressor. Mrs. A. E. Wright, R. F. Hooker, P. Miller, H.W.Meyer, W. M. Simpson. —A young man by the name of Bloamkagen, at work for Mr. Perry, near Oastalla, wa* found dead in hi* bed last' Sunday. We hav* not beard definitely th* yerdlot of the coroner* jury, but suppose It was tome form of heart failure He wat burled io tho Lutheran cemetery in Postville ou Tuesday. TtJte Hotioe, That the PortvlUe Steam Roller Mills will grind Feed, Corn Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of eaoh week hereafter. Having added a Una of wood-working maohioory wo are prepared.to do Planing, Matching, and all kind* of sawing, on tbort notice. Bring in your logt and have tbjp taWad. Rwpeotfullr, ' E. D. BTILEI. Ib« Beat Freaant both for yotiMel' and your family it a Twolve Year Tontine CartiDeato Uaued by the low* Mutual Benefit Attoolatlon, Please Examine These Special Prices! Best LL Brown Muslin, yard wide, by bolt, 41c. Best Pepperell R Sheeting, yard wide, by bolt, 53c. Best Lonsdale Bleaohed Sheeting, yard wide, by bolt, 7*c. 33 1 -3 yards of Calico tor 1.00'. w2rth35 2%2 P>-B Flanne1 ' 0nly 25 CentBPer yard; I ^king anjp ^rcta;^ 62 inch Kne Dress Flannel, only 421 cents per yard; worth 56 to 0Oo. 22 lbs. Fine (granulated Sugar (1.00 worth to one family) for 1.00.! Best. Water White Kerosene Oil, lOo per, gallon. Best 5 Gallon Galvanized Oil Can made, with pump complete, 1.25. - . One Large Plug Tobaobo, No. 1 quality, 2 inches wide by 12 inches long, only 20o. We want your trad* and will make it pay you to come and trade with us. Be sure and see us before FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! The Celebrated Sioux City Brands! ITHE GREAT SPECIAL SALE! Our Men's Suits, Overcoats. Pluah Caps, and Men's land Ladies' Underwear will still continue in force,' and the Prices are not matched by any competition Bakers Flour, Alliance Half Patent Flour, Superb Perfect Full Mystio High II 1.06 per Sack | wwliaw 1.20 per Sack 1.26 per Sack 1.36 per Sack 1.46 per Saok Prepare for the cold weather. Buy your flannels, Underwear, fboat and Overshoe* now. We tall the Boston Rubber ihoeCo'a Rubber* and Overshoe*. They are the beet made. All Wool Shirting Flannel, 3ic All Wool Red Shirting flannel, Ka Field Drew Uoods, . tc Lineu Crash, - - 60 Badger LL. Sheeting, yard wide, So Pepperell "R" Sheeting, yd. wide, 0|o Printe, - - So 60 loeaob Gingham, Haudkercbief*, Roaeted Coftee, Teatt Caket, Cbutoh't Saleratu*, Five Gallon Oil Cant, I.W each Men'e Under*hirt*. • JSoeacb Mea'a Drawert, •>' 8S0 eacb.! Ladies' Felt 81ipper«, Mto a pair Boy'* Mltteoi. • 10c a pair A tubman A Bander* Cort*t# 8O0 That the Newman Bros. Organs with the'patent Air Circulating Reed Cell and the Standard Sewing Machine with its Rotary Shuttle, are the best instruments of their kind in the world, and makes the most 2»cperib appropriate Christmas present for wife, daughter or 5o lb jr 8 * Bt,r » Ml * ^ navo ^ em tov sale • Highest Prices Paid for Live Poultry 1 Wl MAKB IT PAT tOt TO COMI t\ LOIO D!»T*MCE TO TB»DB WlTBt'uS. WE ALWAYS LEAP IN DRESS QOOPB 1 1 »*H.-t tndMiti Hellle of Tolodoi vou KMOW not onlv what it JU » dlw iw ih * Wo »*« ,,on * N »»°W« SJjOM. ^»ey tbf Beit „ m ntoiww wh.tj* U «» OaUand see us. RespeotfuUy, OtJT ' • * SANDERS. J. Wi Ward & Co Postville, Iowa A CORDIAL Invitation is extended" to all our patrons of Postville and vicinity to visit our Store and seethe Mammoth Stobk of all kinds of Furni a* ture, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains and all kinds of HOLIDAY GOODS. We' are here try please you and will try our utmost to give you Good Goods at Living Prices. Come and see us if you don't buy, you will be treated courteously. Yours Very Truly/ WALTER CHRIS8. . - i

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