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tk fatrllk Weekly Review. rtlUUU 1T12T SATURDAY W. H.lUtolCK. BY TUMI: 11 .bO A YEAR IK ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. -Bulk Oysters at Hart's. -WE Lead, OTHERSFollow. JNO. CBUSBY. 0. 1 A. B. 0. will meat with Mri. John Sanders next Wednesday afternoon. —Come in and iee how WE aell flood• at a Clearance Sale If you do not WISH to buy. J»o. CBOSBT. W. S.'Webstor ii out again after a siege of the grip. '--You will not forget the Masonic nodal Feb. 16th. Kies Xary Orosbjr, Teacher of Painting. Order specialty. —Cloaks from 91.00 up. JHO. CROSBT. for —Poitrille baked bread, 6 loares S< oU., at Eaton's. —Attorney Burling is a vletim of the prevailing epidemic. —Greening* apples $3.16 per bbl, at J. THOMVS. —Mrs. H. E. Towns lias re to mod to her home at Tond du Lae. —Cloaks 16th. at one-half prico till Feb. JNO. CBOSBT. -Orvillo Wheeler, of Waverly, was In the city a day this week. —Seo the now line of Spring Clothing at Gray's Clothing Store. -ALLDreis Goods without a profit till Feb. 16th. JNO. CROSBT. —All the papers seem to bo a lame oi local items just now. little —It Is not very plonsnnt weather (tinier foot) for the milk Iiarlers. —New Spring Stock Boots and Shoes, just opend, at Luhman & Sanders'. —The Democrat says that Mori Hen dcraon is rejoicing oyer the adrent of lest baby. —A nambor of our Masons altendod the funeral of Mr. Wntkins, at Monona, last Sunday. —Senator, joweltir, plug hat Ingalls is evidently preparing for a leap year ball. Eh, Ltneas? —We understand that our country friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. Spoo, arc sick with the grip. - A bad time for ico harvest. Tucao wh'< have not got in their supply i not on the safe side. —Drop in and see those New- Prints and Outing Flannels, at Luhman & Sanders'. —Mrs. H. Mitchell's purchase included another lot besides the one on which the home is located. —Council meeting te-nlght. —Poultry bonght and sold at Hart's. —Eaton has put in a nlee askortmeat of valentines. Call and see them. —Flannels and Yarns without a profit till Feb. 16th. JNO. CROSBT. work a 4Stf -Call on R. J. Blaek, at the bakery, and get your head examined. Only 16 cents. He understands his business. Viae Anna JRaaton Instraetor on the piano and organ, Poalville, Iowa. -If you want wood l*»ye woro. with me or any of my teamsters. P. J. BIUCHIR, Drayman. Kisa Kellie H. Abbott, Teacher of Vooal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. —Gospel Hymns No. 6, at this office. —Be sure and notice the additional locals on other pagfli —The girls had a hard time of it keeping their "levies" out of the mud going to the leap year dance last Monday evening. But they had a good time just the same, and sold 46 numbers, wo understand, coming out financially with flying eolors. Card of Yhanks, We niali to express our thanks to the people of Postville for the kindnoss and sympathy extended during the illness and after tho death of our husband and fathor. MRS. C. L.. ALLEN-, J. V. ALLEN. —We have in hand, with consent to publish, a very interesting descriptive letter from Taooma, Washington, which we will give next week. Short Horns For Bale. I have for sale two Thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull Calves, 8 and * months old. DJLKIUB ORB. —W. R. Rollins, with Isaac Fenno A Co., elothlerl, of Boston, was in town last Friday and Saturday selling Gray an elegant lino of Spring Clothing. ... Photographs. It might intornstyou to call and learn my prices. All work warranted to We satisfactory. CUJLS. F. ALLBN. —The largest, beat and cheapest woekly published in the west. The Dubuque WEEKLY Trass. Twolve pagea. New trial aubacrlbera, without premium, 60 cants, flratyear. Renewala $1.00. •ample copiea freo. Send 60 cents in two cent atampa or monoy order to the Timea Co., Dubuque, Iowa, and try it one year. You will like it. 4w ITew Dental Booms. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental office over the harneaa atore in the brick block, where be may be found on Tueeday and Wedneaday of each week, where he invitea the publlo to call when wanting flrst-claes work done in hia line. —This wiater haa thus far boon fully as disastrous to life and health as laat winter. Hureafter we ought not to eomplaln if we have the old fashioned hard winters. We b^ve to pay for the luxury of warm winters as well as for all othor luxuries. In this case the prico is too high. —$2,000 New Dry Goods; $2,000 New Boots & Shoes, in Mid-Winter, just received, at Luhman & Sanders'. Horse-Shoeing. , No hit and miaa, bat a .good job every clatter and prieea very reasonable. TUOI. SnORTBKBD. House For Sale Cheap. I am going to sell my reaidenco thia a;>riog if possible, regardless of pries. Call aid aao it. MRS. H. B. HAZLXTOB. —Ladies in town ahould endeavor, if possible, to come in in tho morning whilo our Clearance Sale lasts, as can wait on you to a better advantage then. JNO. CROSBT. - * —A new wagon road will bo opened In the spring to avoid the Burlington cut, at August Mayor's. —Businesa has boeu dull this week as a result of the soa of mud that stretches out on every hand. —We understand that Miss Mary Lassey will return to Missouri with Mrs. Dawes, at least for a visit. Donation. ' Tlioto will be a donation for the ben eflt of tho M. E. church at the church in Postville, on Friday evening of next week. Feb, 13th„ to which everybody is cordially invited. —Another meeting of the stockholders of the now opera house will be held on Snturday evening to hoar the reports of tho committees, and, wo presume, perfect the organization and elect ofil cers. -Fred Boomer is furnishing tho Waukon and snrao other papers with a good deal of local mattei of late. It would aeem that he ia not worth the space accorded to him, and that tho girl ho failod to marry ae well aa tho girl he dial mnrry are both fortunate In being rid of him. School Books. We now havo a full and eemplets stock of school books used in the Postville schools and will sell them ...at the lowest sohool board prices. We also carry a full stock of all school supplins at the lowest prices. Brick drug s'toio. R. K. DOUGLAS*. ^Retired From Businees. . We have heretofore mentioned the retirement of Levi Armstrong from the clothing firm of Armstrong & Holler, but we feel that the subject ia worthy of more than a paating notice, as Mr. Armstrong, in the nine years that he has been in business here has done much for Poetville, as well aa for his worthy aucceaaor, Mr. Hollar. Selecting a business partner ia much the aarue as selecting a wife. To succeed all must bo harmony. This has been tho case with the always popular film of Armstrong dc Holier, nod now that tho senior member of the firm has retired a fow words of praiae, by way of hiatory, are in order. Some nine yeara aince, while delayed here by a snow bleckade. he found there was a bankrupt stock of clothing for sale aheap and at ence bought it, afterwards taking in Mr. Carl Hotter as a partner, and the Arm have enjoyed a good trade from the start. Mr. Armstrong being the senior member of the firm of Armstrong A Alexander, at Waukon, and having plenty of capital lota of eiorgy and puah, a splendid jndjje of clothing and a gentleman of good taste, a good buyer, ploasant, agreeable and popular, making friends rendily, the firm each year increased their trade. He believes in printer's ink and has always written up "taking" advertisements which his firms have lived op IJ strictly. Wherever he mav locale the newspapers will hear from him in a satisfactory manner. Having sold his businoas at Waukon also he will leave the county and wo are not advised as to where he will locale. While we regret his departure from the county our best wishes go with him, and we know that whnt is our loss will be the gain of the town in which he decides to locate. Honesty and uprightness of character will characterize his actions and he will be found lo bo not only a rustler for busi- noss but a loading spirit in all the enterprises worthy of promotion in the town in wlueh he resides. Such men are not so plenty nnywhero but the departure of one leaves a vacancy hard to be tilled, evon in this ago of energy and push. -DIED At Garden City, Minn., Jan. 39rd, 1892, little K.ittio, youngest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glines, Closing Out Sale About 250 Garments on hand of all grades and kinds oonsisting of FLUSH CLOAKS, FLUSH JACKETS. Cloth Newmarkets, Cloth Jackets and Short Wraps, and Misses'Cloaks and Jackets of every description, including all of this season's production and those that -we bonght at 60c on the dollar that are from the stock of the large Cloak factory in Chicago that failed. Every Cloak and Jacket M be Soli and fill k Sol I Misses' Cloaks, 50 cents eaoh 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 SOLDJFOR CASH ONLY at Great Reductions. jJfiHSB, Carl Hotter, ESTABLISHED 1883. Our new Spring Selections in i&g, Hats Furnishing ait Goods! The largest and best we have ever shown are NOW DAILY ARRIVING, and we are better prepared than ever to serve and please you. — Road Carl Holter's new announce uent as to clothing. Ho Is now sol* proprietor of the Poalville Clothing House, and he will use his best endeavors to provide for and satisfy the wants of his patrons. He has built up the business from the ground and will not fail to take good cure of it. We Mean Business, Call early while wo have reap the benefit of this sale. —Mr. J11. WfttkiDi, of Monom, n brother-ia-lftw of W. C. McNeil, «u«- cumbed Lo the message of the grim tloitrojer, Imit wtek. and p&ised to the beyond. He. wm an old resident of that aectlon, and aerved through the war of the rebellion. Our sympathies Are extendod to tho bereared. son aged 1 /ear and S months. A darling one from us brts gone, His voice we'll hear no more; He has left us for that home abovo With the loved ones gone before. No moro we'll hear bis footsteps light Or sac his face so blest, Where Nattic's gone there is no night With Jesus he's at rest. We would not wish him back again In this sad world to dwell; Yet how we loved our precious one No tongue on earth can tell. We mourned when he departed; As he closed his sweet blue eyes; Angels bore him o'er the river To the mansion in the skies, M. F. P. Special Sale of Fine Holiday Goods 1 Barrels and Barrels of Candy are placed on sale at PRICES that far UNDERSELL and OTT DO all com petition. —Horse buyers havo been thick this week and we "seo by the cards" that anothor "invoice" will soon bo hero. -Last Tuesday was oandlemas day The ground hog could have seen his shadow if be had been out in the afternoon. —Clins. Durno, a relative of tho Durno fami'.y'of this plaee, late editor of tie Walker News, was visiting here this week. Wo understand he has purchased a paper at Springville, state. this —Chicago is luxuriating on Florida strawberries at $8.00 a k boi. Wouder if the bottoms of tbo boxes are as high as the price. —Miss alary Lassey will go to Mo. to reside with lior sister. Mrs. H. F. Dawes. Thoy expoct to leave here next week. Her home will be rented. Mr. Dawes. Is expected here about the 1st of March. —Louisiana Dimenson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yollow Pino Finishing, for sale at SANDERS & KAPLBK'S. - Tliauki for a pleasant call from Kev. C. A. Marshall last Tuesday We bad our usual chat on old times,' "before tho war." —8. It. Soamands, a biotlie-in-Uw of Joe Riley, is out from Nebraska on a visit. Y«.ars ago he used to rnsido In Wagner township. -Ed. Prior was taken sick at Guttenberg, on his way to put up the work referred to, and returned home yesterday without accomplishing the object of his trip. It is n precarious time to go away from home. -H. 8. Luhman received a dispatbh, yesterday stating that his father was at the point a>f death. Both he and Theo. left on the afternoon tram for Sheboygan, though neither were hardly in a condition of health to go. —We are in receipt of a long and ably written letter from J. I. Shepherd, Esq., on the political outlook. He is strongly iu favor of Harrison's renoni- ination. We agroo° with him in the main but iu a private lettor we shall take issue with- him on some of his positions. The letter evidently was not intended for publication. aiDAKE* MITCHELL At Home Permanently for 3 Mouths. Madame Mitchell will read your destiny to perfection, tell what you are bost adapted for, and show. you the likeness of your futuro partner. Call and be convineed of her wonderfel powers at her residence, north of the Milwaukee depot, Postville. Iiiat of Lsttere remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Postville, Iowa, Jan. SO. 1891. Par- tics calling for any of them will pleaao say "Advertised:" Miss Mary Clark, P. Gobia, (J)' Thomas Lynoh, D. Probst, Mrs. Mary R. Probst, Gee. Schrader. JA.S. PKBBT, P. M. Fair at Clermont. Commencing on Monday, Feb.. 8, and continuing until Friday evening inclu siv.e, the Catholic society at Clermont will hold a Bazaar in the Larrabeo hall over the bank. Many very flue contri buttons have been received by tho soci ety from the country and neighboring towns of Wes' Union, Elgin and Postville. The outlook for a successful and profitable time is quite favorable The general public are cordially invited to visit fair.and partake in the amusements and festivities incident upon such occasions. It will be a recherche affair and an enjoyable time is nssured to all who may atteud. be a Full Assortment and I -wish to thank my many friends for their past confidence and favorrs and it will always he my constant c —• •' ' ''—' effort to use yon right; to name the Very Lowest Price on every article; and Guarantee everything sold to he Just As Represented, or Money Refunded. POSTVILLE. CARL HOLTER. WHYNOT 15 10 Pure Stick Candy, all flavors, 2 lbs. in a hoi for c»nts; retail price 25c to 30c. Pure Mixed Candy, taffy mixed, cream, &c, only cents; worth 25 to 30c. . Pure New England Broken Mixed, fine colors and flavors, 10c; worth 85 c. 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. Best Brazil Nuts, 10 oents per lb; 3 lbs. for 25 cents. We Sell Best Winter Apples, three bushel barrels for $2.50. We Sell Best Winter Apples by the peck for 25 Cts. We hare placed on sale a Large Line of Albums, Plush Boxes, Gent's Silk Mufflers, Toilet Seta, Silk Handkerohies, &c.,that we offer at nearly one-half their commercial value. -Mrs. C L. Allen returned with J. V. Allen to. Cedar Bapids last Saturday evening, where she will make'tier home for the present at least. —As usual the REVIEW office will have* large and fin« display of Valentines tkis year, from one cent upward*. They will probably be oponed to-morrow. -II. O. Green has decided to go out of the insurance business as a pirma- nent occupation and study medicine in the office of his brother, Eltnoro, at Spenoer. He will do a little insurance business on the side, however. Take Hotlse, That the Postville Steam Roller Mills will grind Feed, Corn- Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of each week hereafter. Having added a line- of wood-working machinery we aro prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all klnde of sawing, on short notice. Bring in your logs and have them sawed. Respectfully, E. D. STTMU. —Mrs. Crouch and daughter, JulW, of Oxford Junolton, and Mrs. E. Stoni, of West Union, came up to attend the funeral' of taoir grandmother, Mn. Uoyt. Demorest Contest. The Demorest Contest will be held at the Cong, church on Saturday eveniag of this week under the auspices of the I. O. G. T. No admission charged but a collection will be taken. All are cordially Invited. —Ed. Prior left on Tuesday morning fur Colesburg, where he has about •606 worth uf marble monument work to put up. The Priors are getting to the front —Mrs. Jacobson and son spent Friday, of last week, at Independence with E. Jacobson, who js numbered with the insane at the Independence hospital, and found hia condition improved, and there are hopes that he may soon be able to return home. -Nsw Mid-Winter Stookof Dry Goods. Buy early and get good selections, at Luhman & Sanders'. - A temperance lecture will be delivered by John Garter, at Frankville, Feb. 9lh, under the auspises of the I. O. U. T. The lecture will be freo and •Jl arc cordially Invited. —We hope every reader ol '.be Rtmw adjacent to Postville will make it t> point to attend the II. E. donation on Friday evening of next week, aud .contribute to a worthy cause. teVbOjIk the only good vacant lota on •tc|c> ot the track now are Lh« tMt aid*, north ol Mr. -We see that at Waukcn and Lansing they are going to have an early spring because the ground hog could not see his shadow, while here we shall have a late spring beoause the g. b could see his shadow the most of the afternoon. "IVs too bad." —Wo have received the initial ntim bers of the Mercury, a new democrat! paper just started at Brush Creek,.Fay ette oennty. It is printed from ne material and mechanically it would a ct edit to a town- three times the size of Bresh Creek, and it starts out.with a | good local patronage, as most all new papers do. The great "trick of the trade" is to hold it, which few of us understand. A new breom sweeps clean, bet an old one is below par. We wish the Mercury success in everything but polilios, and cheerfully "ex" - although our exchange list is now far beyond the bounds of reason. STILL CONTINUES The Host Popular Family Newspaper in the West IT IS THE BEST NEWSPAPER FOB THE HOME .-. THE WORKSHOP, OB THE BtfSlfcTESS OFFICE, roa THE PROFESSIONAL MAN, THE WORKINGMAN. OR THE POLITICIAN. IT IB A REPr/BUOaW WEWBPAPEK, and aa SUCD IS oblr conducted, mimberlncj among Ita wrlurs thm abUit in th« country. ItnublfibM AZX THE MEWS, and kini IU roadata perfeotlr poitad on Important «T«nta all ovtrtiM world. «.-r... r . Ita UTEBARY FEATURES ara aanal to tsoia of tb^beat mapaklnaa. Amona ita contributor ara W, D ao WELLS. FRAME H. BTOOKTOR, UUB, FRANCES HODOBON BOHHETT, MARK TWAIN, BRET HARTE, MAURICE-THOMPSON, A. W. TOUnOEE. KOBERTLQ0IB BTEVENjiON, PUO- TARD KIPLINQ, SHIRLEY DARE, MART-HARTWEIiL, CATHERWOOD, JOEIi OHANDLEH HARRIS, and many othera of. BQUMD LITERARY FAME. ItwlUtbuabaaaantbatTHE INTER OUEAM ptflnishae-. •. THE BESJ STORIES AND SKETCHES IN THE LANGUAGE. Its FOREtaW and DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE Is vary artanalva and tbo bait. The Youth's Department, Cariosity Shop, Woman's Kingdom & The Homo Ara Better than a MagaHne (or tbe Family. Oaeoltba Moat Important Faatiirea.Is tbajpopartmant ot FARM AND FARtiJEJRSj. . adltadbyEX.OOV.W. D. HOARD ol Wisconsin. Editor and Proprietor ol "Hoard 'e Dairyman." Tola Is anew feature and an Important onotoAarl- culturtflta. AN ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT Haa alao been opened for tne apaclal purpoie of dlacuaelng tbe Questions now aoltaung tne t armara or tne country. THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN ID Une Dollar per Yoar, postage paid. THE .-. SEMI-WEEKLY .-. INTER .-. OCEAN Is publlened every Monday and Thursday at $3.00 per year, poatpald The DAILY INTER OCEAN is $6,00^^11^. The SUNDAY INTER OCEAN is 2.00 pSlf^&io Liberal Terms to Aotlvo Acrents. Send for Sample Copy. Address THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago. Boll of Honor. Again wo "return thanks'' to ths friends bolow, who oontlnn* to keep the reoord ahead of the corresponding woeta of last year. This particular week is three ahead: H. B. WelK F. J. Kluss, J. V. Al'.en, Mrs. Blaoohard, Darius Orr, W. S. Roberta, N. C. Builook. Paul Topel, C. I. Bishop. J. H. Burhans, • i Bert Marston. —W. S. Webster tells us that the Hawkeye Insurance Co. paid over $75,000 la losses in 1891, and en an average they were paid in ten days. Mr. Brock's loss was adjusted and paid in eight days. It is no weirder that company writes more Insurance In Iowa than any other company and shuas a]l special haaards. Convieled one man (or burning his property- and he in now serving three years in the penitentiary. This we eall busluees. Qui! lis ii Pre Win The Goods Must Go ! Best LL Brown Muslin, yard wide, by bolt, 44c. Best Pepperell R Sheeting, yard wide, by bolt, 5Sc. Best Lonsdale Bleached Sheeting, yard wide, by bolt, 7*o. 33 1-3 yards of Calico for 1.00. • 36 inch Fine Dress Flannel, only 36 oents per yard; worth 35 to 40o. 62 inch Fine Dress Flannel, only 42i oents per yard; worth 55 to 60o. . 28 lbs. Fin»> Granulated Sugar (1.00 worth to one family) for 1.00. . Best Water White Kerosene Oil, lOp per gallon Best 5 Gallon Galvanized Oil- Can made, with pump complete, 1.25. One Large Plug Tobaooo, No. 1 quality, 2 inohes wide by 12 inohes long, only 20c,. GARPRT SALE« Are you going to buy a New Carpet this spring? Now is your opportunity to see a ohoioe selection of ALL WOOL DSTGBAINS,-- —We are requested by the Master to state that tho brethren of this lodge are expected to furnish a Suitable supply of cake for the Masonic social, and also that Rev Wm. Lease has consented to to be present and deliver an address. —Comlo Valentines, at this office. THE GREAT SPECIAL SALE ! Our* Men's Suits, Overcoats, Plush Caps; and Men's and Ladies' Underwear will still continue in force, and the Prices are not matched by any competition anywhere. -The scramble for house* to rent still oonlleues. The moment that it is supposed one it to be vacated a htU do*eu people are after it. We hope this state of thlags will not at way • coa tinue—that is, we hope there will be enough houses to supply the demand* —N, C. Bullock and daughter, of Madison, 8. D„ have spent a part M the past week hew. |(r. Bullock ia still much elated over the country and hia and it» protpaete. We *re glad that he. it prwperlpg and it eontented and happy. Uo.tookbtok a, aarpberoK hor. sit with hlc. We will place on sale Monday Morning, Fell. 8, at 8 o'clock. FOR EARLY SPRING BODY BRUSSELS TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, UNION & COTTON CHAN. Prices Low if you buy. It will cost you nothing to' see them. Also remember that I carry the Largest Line of Laoe Curtains, and Window Shades and Fixtures in the oity. Yours Respectfully, . WALTER CHRISS. H. El M El M BEH , That the Newman Bros. Organs with the patent Air Circulating Reed Cell and the Standard Sewing Maohine 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. at 7 34c $tee, vaitie 12 cts. Xnspec tionii^itedv JNO. OBOSBY, Highest Prices Paid for Live Poultry wi mil rr PAT VOT; TO COM* A LOWO DMTAXCK TO TBAD* WITH USY J. W. War. & Co Postville, Iowa- S. F. GMTON. . -' A complete and full stock of Lumber, Lath, Shin-" gles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings and Building Pa-: per, yellow pine Flooring and Ceiling' oak, ash and maple Flooring. All parties intending to do any building the coming season will oonsult their, own interest by obtaining, figures from me. Particular attention to filling bills. Best of grades only handled. Watches, Jeweliy and Silverware f ... - . • ,{ > ' . >• While we do notpretend to be as extrsi polite as th«i man who held theiSmbrelr' la oyer'aduok in a shower, still we are always pleased/ to show goods whether you purohase or not. A Full Line, the_Lowestji Prices and Guarantee. Reliable' ^^w^H • O ^sf. SswC ^e ^^sJ^TsJES^lJ

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