The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on January 23, 1892 · Page 3
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Postville, Iowa
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Ill PoitTille Weekly Review. MIMMU KTIRT SATURDAY BY W.M.BURD1CK. TUMI: 11.501 TEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. work a 43tf —Cloaks from f 1.00 up. JNO. CROSBT. Union —Dr. E. H. Blssell, the West dentist. Is demd. —Greeninge applet 13.36 per bbl, at J. TUOMA'I. —Cloaks 15th. at ono-balf prico till Feb. Jno. OBOSBT. Xies Mary Crosby, Teacher of Fainting. Order spoclalty. —Milt Oraco Corcoran taught the young Idea how to shoot lint week, owing to her lifter Teresa's illneit. —If you want wood tear* wora with me or any of my teamsters. P. J. JtJiuomt, Drayman. -Dare Mtnerl, of weitern Minn., a half brother of Sheriff \ainert. li vieit- Ing relatives and friends in this section. Xiaa Anna £ as ton lnitraetor on the piano and organ, Postrllle, Iowa. —The board of supervisors closed labors last Saturday. Its -AM' Dress till Feb. 15th. Goods without a profit JNO. CKOSBT. —Mrs. McNeil returned from Inst Thursday evening. Osage —flannels and Yarns without a pro- lit till Feb. 15th. JKO. CROSIJT. quite —Mrs. H. S. I.ulunan has been sick but is improving. --Miss Anna Loul returned from her visit at Manchester last Saturday. -Mr. M. J. Black, of Vinton, is lu.'trning Frank Eaton the baker's trade —We will sell one copy of llarpor's Weekly or Baear for 18IS for $3.00 each. —The proceediags crowd out a good •leal of other raattef Intended for this issue. -WE Lead, OTHERS Follow. JNO. CROSBT. —The Nora Spring* Seminary gives a thorough English, Normal and Business education. It is one of the best and cheapest schools in Iowa. Satisfaction guaranteed. The SBCOXD WINTER TCKX begins Jan. 26th, 18B1. Students admitted at any time. Bend for catalogue to C. P. Qolgrove, prineipal. List of Letters remaining uncalled for in the postofflce at Postyllle, Iowa, Jan. 16. 1899. Par- tics calling for any of them will pleaso say "Advortisod:" C. L. Caton, Chat. Ouyer, Kittel O. Qierraud, Jno. Hotnkau, Sarah Swenson, Ormus Trudo. JAR. PIRRT, P. M. —F. M. Clark has sold out his mercantile business at Lime Springs aud engaged ii banking exclnsively there. Kiss Weill* H. Abbott, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postvllle, Iowa. Bid* for furnishing 40 eorJs of sawed 1st crop Ice, having not more than 2 lnohes of while or slush lco, to be delivered at and coavenieut to the ice bouse of Farmers' Cr'y Co., and fast enough to keep two men packing, will be received up to Saturday night, Jan. 33rd. ELLISON OH, Sec. —Luhman & Sanders will sell their Ladles' Cloaks and Jackets at and below cost. For Bale. One now and one second hand cutter. Will take ensh and wood. W. 8. WKBSTIR. —The tax Hits for Postvllle, Post, Franklin and Crand Meadow townships are now in the hands of R. N. DoMglass, who is prepared to receive taxes. Photographs. It might interest you to call aud learn my prices All work warranted to Wo satisfactory. Cuxs. F. ALLBK. —John Kims' having quite a cough. son, Walter, has been siege with whooping —Houry Hngensick was up from Blinder this week, visiting relatives and friundft. —Tho new cases of grip reporthd are O. S. Tttttlr, Grant Bollnian and Tlieo. l.ulunan. —Port Eaton, of Washington, a son of Asael Eeton. is visiting in the neighborhood. - E^gs have touched 18 cents, and now we poor eritlers can eat one occasionally on Sundays. — Don't forgot to bring us that wood. Make hay while the auuohiucs and wood when tho snow Hies. --We regret to learn that Rarues is in very poor health. Smith remain* about tho same. Hardy P« ler -Mrs. Dr. Browa and a sister of Mrs. Talcott arrived from Rockford on Thursday ovenlng, of ia»t week and are still tho welcomo guests of frionds here Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss, bnt a good Job every clatter and priees vory reasonable. TlIOS. SnOKTRBID. Butilan Famine Belief Committee. —Co mo in and see how WE soil p;oode at a Clearance Sale if you do not WISH to bnv. JNO. Cuo'snr. —L. H. Gibbs, ef Castalia, was down on Wednesday, making a pleasant call at this oflko. We are glad to iveo him able to get around tose» his old friends. O. L. S. O. will meet with Mrs. John Snnders licit Wednesday afternoon. Rogular lead­ ings for the Inst week in January. Lot nil who can be prosunt. —The Urgent, best and chcap»«t' weekly published in the west. The Dubuque WEEKLY TIUKB. Twolve pages. Now trial subscribers, without premium, .10 cents, first year. Renewals $1.00. Bnmple copies froo. Send 60 cents in two cent stamps or money order to the Timrs Co., DuVmquo, Iowa, and try it one year. You will like it. 4w MADAILE MITCHELL At Home Permanently for 3 Months Madame Mitchell will road your dee tiny to perfection, toll what you are beat adapted for, and show you the likenoss of your future partner. Call and be convinoed of her wonderful powers at her residence, north of the Milwaukee depot, Postvillo. lioll of Honor. And still the fpuntls oome to us with net only cash but good words for the old REVIEW. This weak our list la 15 per cent, greater than for the cortei- pomlltg week laat year. We extend hearty thanks for thi» continued dence and patronage: B W Rathbun, W H Buttolph, II Christophorson, G I Eaton, I A Colo, R N Douglass, John Pixler. Will Leui. Mrs. C Burnham, Mrs. M Selleg, I, II Gibbs, M A Bolluan, Mrs. A Gornaiu Wra McActam, confi- Mrs. T. M. Miller, E F Douglass, II Ellis, C G A Bort Ellis, D A Jerald. F A Duuning, Geo. Cole, O C Woman, Jacob Loui, Chas Slorah, H U Smith — We are indobtea to T. C. Mudary & Sou, of the Democrat, fov advance proof sheets of the proceedings of tho board. —Taxes are about ton per cent, higher in Postvllle this year than last, presumably on account of '.he new school house. —Skelton & Taugeaian have Issued bills announcing a clearanee sale of all wlutar goods at cost and below, until Feb. 1st. —The papers stale that the mercury sauk to 30 ° below /.oro at Dos Moines l .iRt Monday ovoning. We had supposed that between Engle, Browor and the balance of the legislature the tempora- tuie of the oapital city would have boon kept highor than that. Card of Thanks. We wish to publicly express our sin cere thanks to our neighbors and kind friends for their sympathy and aid in oar recent great bereavement, the death and burial of our loved son and brother. J. H. LAUOIILIN 4 FAMILY. of - The consideration in tho sale Wm. Parker's rosidenoa property was S3.30O. A good salo bnt it is worth the money. -You can pay your taxos now if you want lo and have money enough. The latter part of the proposition is what bothers us. --The eold weather seems to have checked the grip and the general hoalth is reported Improved, though two or throe are still quite alek. —An eldorly German, a comparatively new comer to this country, whose name we did not learn, was burled from tho Lutheran ohnroh on Tuesday. Ha resided uor'.hwtisl of town. — Tuosday morning was the coldest of the season hero thus far, thermometers in various parts ef tewn ranging from 20 ° to 15 ° bolow zero. It began to feollikn old times "beforo the war, when It was nothing slrango to find the morcury osngealed in the bulb. —The hoalth physician, Dr. Shep-1 herd, notified the mayor on Wednesday morning that thoro was a mild case I of scarlet fjver in a Gbrraan family ia the southeast part of town. The council was immediately called together and the house was promptly quarantined. School Books. We now havo a full and - Calvin Dresser mado u muniflcont division of cash to bis ohildreu, this week. SIS 500 was distributed to his uhidren, elevou in number, making the snug sum of 91,(00 oach. •-Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spoo, who visited parents and friends here on their "bridal tour," returned to their home at Oelwein on Tuesday evening, with the best wishes of a host of friend*. complete stock of school books used In the Post­ vllle schools and will sell them at the lowest school board prices. We also carry a full stock of all sohool suppling at tho lowest prices. Brick drug stoi e. R. N. DOUGLASS —Ladtos in town should oudoavor, if posslbtu, to come in In the morning whilo our Cloarance Sule lasts, as wo can wait on you to a bettor advnntage tiiui,. i JNO. CROSBY. —Dr. Orson has a - bad finger and haud as a roiult of accidentally cutting it while making a post inorUm exatnin atlou of tho body of G. W. Stafford Blood poison set in auii he Is having i hard time of it, —Miss Ruby Webster informs us that about twenty members ef the I. O G. T, lodge of Postvllle attended the oyster supper given by the Castalia Good Templars last Saturday evening and that they had a splendid Urns, —EDITOR REVIEW:— Pleas* allow us through your columns to express our thanks to tho many friends who have been so kind throsgh the sickness and death of our dear husbaud and father. MRS. STAFFOUD AND FAMILY. Xew Dental XUome. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental office ovor the harness store in the brick block, where he may be found on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, where he Invites tho public to call when wanting first-class work dons in his line. Taks Kotice, That the Po.tville Steam Roller Mills wilt grind Feed, Corn Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of each week hereafter. Having added a line of wood-working machinery we are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and •II kinds of sawing, on short notice. Bring la your logs and have them sawed. Respectful] f, E. D. STILE*. —K. V. MoGaheran has sold his farm and the latter part of next month will have on* of th* largest Motion sales of blooded stock, Including horses, cattle and hogs, ever held In this section, Further notiue later on. Hew Lumber Yard. Great wonderment of tbs times! Lumber sold oh* ap In Postvllle. Sanders & Kapler keep on hand in their yard a general assortment of all kinds of 1 itrabor, lnoludiug the much celebrated Arkansas^ yellow plso veiling, straight grain flooring', finishing, moulded casings, corner head and baso blocks, etc A share of the' patronage I* solicited. SARDBK* * KIFLBR, To the People of Allamakee County: Having been requested by Ix. Gov. Larrabee to act as chairman of th* Russian Rollef Committee for Allamakee County, I dssire to make known to you the geaeral plan of the work of aach committee. Cash dona'ions will be received, and donation* of flour and selected corn suitable for meal will be accepted. All cash received will be used to purehaso corn In this county, and whenever a carload of corn is so donated oi purchased it will bo forwarded to the gecoral depot provided by the State Relief Committee. For that purpose I would suggest that in making donations of corn, that the porson donating the same carefully select, shell and sack it and forward it to the aearest person appointed to receive such donations. For the purpose of receiving and storolng donations of flour and corn I have selected the^following named persons and firms: G. Kerndt & Bros , Lansing. Neilander & Brockhausen. Lansing. Robinson & Haborkero, New Albin. H. H. Towoseod, Harper's Ferry. Hall Roberts, Postvllle. J. B. Minert, Waukon. C. O. Howard, Waukon. For the purpose of receiving cash donations 1 have selected the following parsons: L. W Henfcy, Waukon, Gen. Treas. With the follewlng aaaistants: Jas. McEwen, Postvllle. S. H. Haxleton, Laasing. M. G. Coleman, New Albin. Lewis Coppersmith, Dorchss'cr. Robert Mullally, Harper's Ferry. J. P. Emerson, Volney. A. V. Koontx, Rossville. As special solicitors 1 have selected the editors of each of tho paper* published in the county, the pastors of each of the churches in the county and all teachers employed in the public and priyate schools of the couaty and all postmasters. 1 would suggest that tho teachers of the county notify tbeii pupils that on Monday, Jan. 36th, they will reoeive cash donations. I would also suggest that on Jan. 34tb, pastors of the churches of the county ask thoir members and congregation for subscriptions to aid in this work. Persons receiving cash subscriptions to immediately forward the same to the nearest and most accessible person acting it* troasercr. 1 havo also soleeted the following township committees to aid in soliciting donations: Center —A. G. Oleson, Jas. Cavers, O. Deremo and E. Roeeo. Fairviow—Andrew Keau and N. W Williver. Franklin—N. Laraborn, F. Sanders and G. W. Pearson. French Creek—J. W. Hartley. Honry Kerndt, Jas. Dooghorty aud Jacob Haas. Hanover-Hans Simensoo, T. F. O'Brien and Wm. Dixon. Iowa -Martin Moore, Jamos Hart and Henry Rippe. Jefferson—John Keen an, R. L. Frink and. Martin Larson. Lansing- W. H. Burford, Andrew Sandry, I. B. Baacora. Gee. H. Markley and Jamoa Wlthrow. Lafayette—M. Gleaaon. Capt. Jack- sou, Ed. Tiadale and U. Froelicb. Linton -Jorry Leas, W. H. Adams and Chas. Renzonhiser. ... j Ludlow—Simon Hagen, Jas. Mcikle, Wm Dalton and John Baxter. Makee- James Duffy, C. M. Beeraan. W. M. Eaton. J. B. Jones, J. B. Min- STATE BANK |ert, J. F. Dougherty, H. F. Opfer, O. N. Voiding, J. M. Bartheld, L. Nichols and John White. Paint Creek—V. H. Steven*, K. T. Andersen, Han* Smeey and Wm. Kelly. ... Post—W. H. Carithor*. A. Hart, Edward Sheeny, R. N. Douglass and James Orr. Taylor—Nicholas Brazell, Bernard Finnsgaa, J, M. Geiumlll and J**. Power*. Union City—C. Blsping. Ben]. Rat- ollffo and Patriek MoLaugbiin. Union Prairie—Simon Helming, David Davidson, John Kilpatrlck, Jas. Kennedy and Roger Ryan. Waterloo -NeU Quandahl, Theodore SohwarUhoff, Wm. Griffin, C. J. Lang- enbaoh and Henry Wenig. I very mush desire that the committees 'whom I have hero suggested, and selected will immediately act in this great work of relieving, the starving peor of Russia without further notice from me, as I wish to close up the work before r'eb. 1st, 1893. In esse porsons wish to make donations ef corn not shellod they arc requested to deliver the same at the olevator of C. O Howard in Waakon. 11. B. HCNBRIOK, Chalnnau Russian Famine Relief Com. for Allamakee county. Closing' Out Sale Lab' ami Mi; About 250 Garments on hand of all grades and kinds oonsisting of FLUSH FUSS QMS, 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 60c on the dollar that are from the stock of the large Cloak factory in Chicago that failed. ARMSTRONG- & HOLTE&; THE RELIABLE OL5THIERS. ESTABLISHED IN 1883.' Every Cloak and Jacket in Sol ai 11 be M Misses' Cloaks, 50 cents each and up. Ladies' New­ 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 WE GET COST OR NOT. Sale commences immediately and continues until all are sold, and SOLDHFOR CASH ONLY at Great Reductions. Carl Holter having purohased the interest of Levi' Armstrong in the firm of Armstrong & Holter, to take effect February 1st. 1892, all book accounts and notes must be paid by that time. This month closes our 9th year of business, and we wish here to thank our many friends snd ous- tomers for their liberal patronage. It has always been our aim to adhere as near as possible to the truth '• and to advertise what we have and do and to do just what we advertise. In order to reduce our stock before inventory we shall make SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to all CASH BUYERS of Clothing We Mean Business. Call early while we have reap the benefit of this sale. Mid-Winter Dress Goods Sale I At DUE§3 GOODS HBABOUAXTBBB! We had such an snnimous sale on Dress Goods that we hnvo closod out most everything—only a few pieces left and suoh we will sell at less than in any store in Iowa. A2 in. all wool Dran Flanuel, - tic. Double fold, all weol Dress Goods, 25 Outing Flannsl, at - 6 We had to buy a large assortment of now Drass Goods te supply the domand made on us for goods. Between two and three thousand dollars worth of new Dry Goods just in, in mid winter, is something marvelous. Dnt we bought ovor two thousand dollars in dry goodi this week, and new goods aro shown on our counters in plaoe of old shop wo goods. 16 pieces new black Dress Goods Jast put on our counters. These good* were imported for the spring trade. It will do you good to look over our new goods before buying. Reipeotfully, LUHMAN <fc SANDERS. a Full Assortment and 20 Per Cent. Disoount Sale On Overcoats. i From now until Feb. 1st we will sell Men's, Boys' and Children's Overcoats and Ulsters at a discount of 20 percent, from regular prices. Special Sale of Fine Holiday Goods ! Barrels and Barrels of Candy are placed on sale at PRICES that far UNDERSELL and .OUT DO all competition! Ten Per Cent Discount On Suits. All Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits at a discount of Ten Per Cent. from, regular prioes. Pure Stick Candy, all flavors, 2 lbs. in a boxlfor 15 osnts; retail price 25c to 30c. Pure Mixed Candy, taffy mixed, cream, &c, only 10 oents; worth 25 to 30c. .Pure New England Broken Mixed, fine colors and All Broken and Odd Suits, Pants and Vests at almost flavors, 10c; worth 25c. your own price. On Furnishing Goods, Hats & Caps, Pure Cream Candy, elegantly flavored, only 20c Gloves, Mittens, Underwear. Trunks and Valises a/ per lb; worth 35 to 40c. liberal reduction will be made. This is no fake to Best Roasted Pea Nuts, 10c per lb; 3 lbs. for 25 Cts. oatoh trade. We mean just what we say. Best Brazil Nuts, 10 oents per lb; 3 lbs- for 25 cents. We Sell Best Winter Apples, three bushel barrels for $2.50. ftir _,' We Sell Best Winter Apples by the peok for 35 Cts. ARMSTRONB & HOLTER, POSTYILLE CLOTHING HOUSE. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OV THE CITIZENS at tho close of business, Doc. 31st, 1801 We have placed on sale a Large Line of Albums, Plush Boxes, Gent's Silk Mufflers, Toilet Sets, Silk Handkerohies, &o.,that we offer at nearly one-halt their commercial value. Jan. 4, 1892, Postvllle, Iowa. ASSETS Bills dlscountod ..S 35,380.14 Lagal tender, National Dank notes, Gold and silver bullion and drafts on other banks 4,388.88 Due from banks 7,481.46 Real property owned by the bank 1,640-37 Personal property ownod by the bank... 1,066.78 Total »3o,337.8j | LIABILITIES. Capital stock 113,000.00 Deposits S4.899.0j Undivided profits 458.80 Total » 30,337.8] Amount of all liabilities to the bank on the part of the directors, lt,M3}. is. STATE or IOWA Ti it Prices ft The Goods Must Go 1 AUamakoa Co, Wo, R. N. Douglass, president; Jas, McEwen, cashier; J. Sanders and Carl Holtor, diroctors, ot tho Bank above named, do solemnly swoar that the foregoing statement is full, true and corroct to tho best of our knowledge and bcllof; that tho assets thureln set forth are bonaftde the property of said Dank in Its corporate capacity; and that no part of the same has been loaned or advanced to tho Bank for the purpose of being exhibited AS a portion of its assets. R. N. DOUGLASS, Pres. i *9, MCISWKM, Cashier. OIIN SANDRRS, ' I n:„„,„ r . :Allt. HOLTER, f Directors. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me', this 14th of January, 1891. WM. SHKPIIKKD, Notary Public. Best LL Brown Muslin, yard wide, by bolt, 4*o. Best Pepperell B Sheeting, yard wide, by bolt, 61c Beat Lonsdale Bleaohed Sheeting, yard wide, by bolt, 7*o. 33 1-8 yards of Calioo lor 1.00. 36 inch Fine Dress Flannel, only 35 cents per yard; worth 36 to 40o. 52 inch Fine Dress Flannel, only 421 oents per yard; worth 65 to 60c. 23 lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar (1.00 worth to one family) for 1.00.' Beat Water White Kerosene Oil, lOo per gallon. Best 5 Gallon Galvanized Oil Can made, with pump oomplete, 1.26. • < One Large Plug Tobaooo, No. 1 quality, 2 inches widd by 12 inches long, only 20c. day Annual Statement of tho Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company ot Winuetheik county, Iowa, ending December 31, 18911 Amount insured at the bohlaning of the year I 317,875 00 Amount written during the year 33,686 00 " cancelled " " " 16,49} 00 " in foroe at date 343,06600 VIMANCIS. Cash on hand at the beginning of the year.......... t aos 69 Collected on assessments 48a 81 Percentage ree'd of secretary. 33 68 —An overcoat was »toleu lro» the front of the store of Armstrong ft Hoi- ter, one evening tha Brit of the w««k, by a couple Q( ifgft\Ki»d tramp* who war* Men nn^ 9V»rh#oJed. «ud the co»J —Last Sunday and two week* before, a gentleman, a stranger here, walked through tho middle ot tho street, th" entire length of the town, singing Gos ' pel Hyrane end holding aloft the Bible. It was s> novel sight for so small a town as Poslv'ille. We understand he recent ly oame from London, where he WM engaged In street temperance and evan" gellsti« work, Hie nijne jj Arnold, end I be li eiopping wtth releMrei in Honor Total receipts I 711 18 D1SHVRSEMENTS. Paid M. flostettlcr, for collecting, 4c.» 18 14 for use of hall z no board for S3 days services 34 30 tar blanks and suc'y services 17 <n for publishing statements, &c... 8 77 L. K. Brawn for cow killed by lightning, which he had paid for I cow and calf »i 15; adjusted at..,. 100 00 II. Shorty for sli hogs «» 00 M. Welderman (or grain »66 00 C. Metre (or stock, &a »a 00 SPOO-YOUNG.- At the Cntholio parsonage, in Oelwein, by Rev. Father O'Connor. Jan. lSih, 1891, Ur. Steve Spoo, of Oelwein, and Miss Nora Young, of Haxleton. . The Rnview wishes to congratulate our young friend on his hapyy termination of single blessedness, and wishes him and his Ufa partner ail tho joy possible to eztraot out of this life. THE GREAT SPECIAL SALE! Our Men's Suits, Overcoats, Flush Caps, and Men's and Ladies' Underwear will still continue in force, and the Prioes are not matohed by any competition anywhere. A CORDIAL Invitation is extended to all our patrons of Postville and vioinity to visit our Store and see thfe Mammoth Stock of all kinds ,pf Furni_ ture, Carpets, Hugs, Curtains and all kinds of HOLIDAY GOODS. We are here to please you and will try our utmost to give you Good Goods at Living Prioes. Come and see us if you don't buy, you will be treated courteously. Yours Very Truly r WALTER CHFvISB. LUMBER TARD. A complete and full stobk of \Lumber,, I*^*^? 1 ". gles.^h.D^ PERKINS -HASLIP-At tho M. S. parconage, on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 21. 1892, Mr. Henry to Miss Amanda Haslip. Lookwood officiating. O. Perkins Rev. E. J. Total disbursements f 490 51 Cash balanc 131 67 At the annual meeting o( the company Jan. I, 1891, the following officers and directors vf«r* eleptedi C, P.; wflllalni president; Edward- Hyde, vice-president; * Ch.Lower, secretary: M, Hoslettt'er, treasurer! . P, MoCuskcrl M, Greene, \, Hurt, Won Daultotj, and Henry Pe»u, directors, At tli* annual meeting ot tbo beard, January e, REMEHB Bl F£! That the Newman Bros. Organs with the patent Air Circulating Heed Cell and the Standard Sewing Machine with its Rotary Shuttle, are the best instruments of their kind in the world, and makes the most appropriate Christmas present for wife, daughter or sister, and we have them for sale. per,yellow,ptoe.Flooring and Celling We understand that Mr, John Davis •nd Miss Florenpe Simpson were married at the home of the brides parents last Sunday, by Rev. C F. flohell, but we have no authoritative notiee. —The revival meetings here had to contend wUh very oold weather nntii recently, though a fair: attendenoe is reported nod a considerable Interest 'l« maelfeited, We suppose tho meetlnge witl he wnllnued qext week attne Con. frttatlonal ohnrok. • < Highest Prices Paid for Live Poultry yt* MAM IT FAT TOU TO COMI A 1.0*0 PISTANCC TO TtUDI WITH US. J. W, Ward & Co„ maple Flooring. . . ,„ All parties intending to do any building the coming season w^Lconsult their own interest .by.obtaining figures fronime., Partloular attention to filling bills. Best ofgrades only handled. ... ^ .. ,_...-. r , Vi , 1 J- 1 . . ... I.J.. . _ ^ ,, • MI. ,..,,;,u.4. ii_:n sis .ii ..1 1 r .3 Watches, Jewelry and Silverware ! While we do notpretend to boas extra polite as the mfjn.who held the umbrella over a duok,$a a shower, \ still we are always plotted' to show goods whether youjpurohase or not, « A Full Line,t^e J^wiiiij Price* fend, a MfiiMe Guarantee. 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