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!to PwtYlllc Weekly Review. PMMSHM EYERY SATURDAY BY W. N. BURDICK. TBSIW8: JUQAYEARINADVANCE. L OCAL R EVIEW. —Bnlk Oysters at Hurt's. —Call on Uray, at the U. T. K. -School again next Monday. —Jolly in Fails at John Thoma 's. —(jold ami Silver Shirts at Gray's. — Pur* Maple Sugar and Syrup at J. THOMA'S. — For your .Shoes go to Luhman & Sanders'. - Mrs. Burling has this woek. been quit* sick —Poultry bought and sold at Hart's. —Uray se«ds away Laundry Work. --Wood is wanted atBeody 's Photo Gallery in exchange for photographs. —Wm. Shepherd attended court this weok at Waiikon. Also F. S. Burling. For Sale. My residence on tho north side. Mns. H. B. HAZI.ETON. Hies Anna E as ton Instruotor on the piano and organ, Postvillc, Iowa. Miss Nellie H. Abbott, Teacher of Voeal and Instrumental Music, Poslville, Iowa. —If no more rnin (or snow) falls next week will sen most of the unmll grain in the ground. —New Goods at Luhman A Sanders'. J —Veal calves wanetd at Hart's Meat' Market. I —Mrs. Coylo is in Wisconsin. visiting lior mothor -Fred Evort hps the Harris farm. moved out on to —Do you want a buggy? If so read J. W. Ward * Co's advertisement. —Mrs. E. Stono is up from W«st Union for a visit with h«-r mother. Ed. was also up a day or two. —Next week Luhman & Sanders will present a displayed advertisement in our columns. Watch for it. —Luhman & Sanders are full of Spring and Summer Goods from cellar to garret. -Gray is showing an elegant line of Spring Clothing. —The smell of tho bonflre heard in the land. is again Horse-Shoeing 1 . No hit and miss, but a good Job every clatter and prices vory reasonable. TlIOS. SrtOHTKRED. —Louisiana Dimonson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pino Finishing, for sale at SAKDIUS & KAI'I.UK'S. —"Jim" Gordon, the second man in the farmers' cioamery, will occupy Mrs. Thill's residenco on tho north side. - -Grace McNeil has been visiting at Monoua this week. —Henry Thiese has moved into Mrs. Miokulson's houae. —A week from next Sunday, "tli. will bo Kusicr. April - -Miss Mary Klein goes to Saturday to visit homo fnlks. Calmar - -Arthur Smith went to Monona n short visit one ilav this week. for —Ilalvor Lieu has a dandy new awning in front of his city grocery. -Marshal 'fuller will tako caro of the tramps and keep the peace of the town atiolhor year, having been reelected to the position ot marshal. —John Saudors returned from Chicago last Wednesday, leaving Addie to finish up tho purchases, his wife stopping in Wis. to visit relatives. - The Ileedy Photo Gallery is now fully equipped to do viewing in town or or country, and this is tho timo, Iftoro leaves are out, for those having very nninv shadelreos. ->l2 —A. W. Lange is making the longer in the soliool house well. hole - The front of the U. T. It. is soon to be ornamented with a now awning. -Call and examine try slock of finished monuments. En. 11. I'uiou. —Miss Luis 'futile returned to h«r school labors at Docorali on Wednesday evening. —New supply of slates, pencils, tablets and all school supplies at the KEVIEW ollico. - Prof. Smith returned on Thursday morning and is ready for his school duties next week. — We see that P. O. Ward's barber shop, at Preston. Iowa, vas burned last Saturday night. — The sociable this (Friday) evening will begin at half past seven o'clock. Do not fail to attend, as 111 all probability a liko opportunity will not soon, if ever, again bo offered. —Fred Halforty, of Boscobel, Wis is the new assistant lonsorial artist at Parker's parlors, Mr. Painter having gone te Monona. —The latest that could be got in Dress Goods and Trimmings, at Luhman & Sanders'. — Owing to the absence of tho recorder at Waukon until a late hour wr are unable to give tho proceedings of '.hu council this week. Dress Goods. Dress Goods, Ginghams, Outings and Prints, pilvil up nearly to the ceiling, at LCHMAN & NANDEHS'. Great Business Change. One c if the most extonsive and important business changes that has taken place in Poslville for a long tima has just been consummated, tho sale of the stock and business of J. W. Ward & Co. Wo have no particulars as to details, or even who the purchaser it, only that he is not now a resident of tin's section. The invoice ami delivery will occur about the last of this month. For sixteen years and a half J. W. Ward lias been one of the most, promi- neut and widuawake merchants in Postville, and has built up a phenoinina! business. He hns ndvsi'liscd the town and his own business, not only through the papers but through thousands of posters each year, to a far greater extent than all the rest of our business men, and what is tho best of it lis hns demonstrated that advertising on a big scale will pay. It is certainly a misfortune to the printers to have him g» nut of the mercantile business. Wo are gratilicd to know that lie will remain in Poslville and giro nil his attention to thu manufacture and sale of his mop wringer and other patents that ho lias under contemplation, it being his intention to establish a factory here of no mean proportions, as he has not only the capital but the enterprise to do it. . As to Ids successor in tho storo we can say nothing until we know who hu is. Wc are assured thai he is a uisu of ample means and experience, and that ho will fully maintain the former reputation of the store. Wo shall have more to ssy of him lator on. SOLD OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF rSTABLISlIGD 18 POSTVILLE 11OTIIING liDiiSE, OARL HCLTER, Prop, i M. E. Sociable. Thoro will bo a "C" social at the eliurch in Hardin, on Wednesday evening, April l:llh, for the benefit of Kev. B. F. Berry. All tiro cordially invited to attend. —L D. Shaw, formerly engaged in tho marble business in Lansiag, committed Ruicido by shooting, at his home in Sioux Fill's, on Friday, of last weak, loaving six small orphan children, tho mother having dii d a year ago. Now Dental Rooms. Dr. Will Cole has opened a dental oflico over tho harness store in tho brick block, whore ho may be found on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, where ho invites the public to call when wantiug first-class work dona in his lino. House Sor Sale or Rent. good new house, s>n Murdock woru with — If you want wood leave mo or any of my teamsters. V. J. BF.LCHKU , Drayman. - Miss Corn Dailiug returned on Wednesday night from Decorah, wheiu she has been "vacating." —John Thonia, the popular up towu restiiuraiiter, sold 1!)0 gallons of oystois from September 10, 1801, to April 6, 1892. —Tho liHaruu went down to Grand Meadow drawn by four horses, on Tuesday, and it was no light load oilher. A good new street, in Poslville. etc. For sale or tonus. Apply to Good cellar, well, rout on favorable MKS. JOUN TIIII.I.. MADAME MITCHELL At Homo Permanently for 3 Months. Madame Mitchell will tell your for tune to perfection, loll what you aro best adapted for, and show you the likeness of your future partner. Call and be convulsed of her wonderful powers nt her residence, north of the Milwaukee depot Postville. —Going to Waukon to attend court this week was not a pleasuro, even if you wore not invited to attend by the jdierifT. —Charley Skeltou left last night for Chicago t > purchase \nn c.egant stock of goods for the tirm of Skelton & Tnii- geman. —Outgoing Mayor McNeil and incoming Mayor Clinton made neat little speeches on retiring from ami nssuu- —Do not forget to come to the social nt the Cong, church, April lMk, and see tho wiw version of the "Hoosicr SclKiolmaster." —Mr. Wilson, thu brick layer, of Dseorali, was down this week looking up the chaiieea for a brick yard here. We did not learn whether or not hu arrived at, any conclusion. There is certainly a good opening for this industry herd. — An incipient cyclone passsd bctWBeu Lttaua and Monoua last Monday afternoon but we have laavned of no serious damage being done. The wind was up to thu danger line though and a heavy rain fell, with thunder and lightning. —Our young friend, Wm. A. Gibbs, who is still .employed on the experimental farm at St. Anthony Park, Minn., drops ns a friendly letter inclosing another years subscription. We aro glad to know ho has a food and pormatitttit position. — Tho social advortised for the first of April by tho Y. P. S. C. E. will tako place on Friday of next week, April 16th Tho principal feature of the social will be tho rendition of it hemiof- ous poem, illustrated by life size pictures. Admission, ten cents. Blacksmith and Wagon Shop. 1 have secured the services of one of tho best blacksmiths and hnrso shoers in this part of tho stale, and am prepared to do all kinds of blacksmitliing and wxgon work on short notice and in the best manner. New wagons, buggies, road carts, i /tc. on hand and made to order. Call and examino work and prices. 'ir»3 H. C. HON.N. Tako Notieo, That tho Poitvillo Steam Holler Mills wiil grind Feed, Corn Mual and Graham Monday and Saturday of each wcok hereafter. Having added a line of wood-workiug machinery we are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notice. Bring in your logs and have them sawed. Respectfully, E. D. STII.ES. A Bad Cj-clono Weak. Perhaps tho week just past has boon the most destructive one, tako the whole country through, in Ihe history of the country. Heretofore Uiosn dns-, truclivo tornadoes have been couliued to narrow belts or small areas of territory, lirst, perhaps, in Kansas, then after a period of safety, in Nobraska, Iowa, Minnesota or some southern suite or other section of tho country. But this lime vast areas in a do/.on stales wero visited about tho same time, or at least within three or four days. Kansas is the greatest sufferer this timo in loss of life ami properly, tho latest accounts placing the list of killed at upwards of fifty and the injured at fully 100. Nebraska also reports a number of fatalities and much damage to property. Iowa comes in for a share but with very little loss of life, though damage from high winds was considerable. Illinois suffered quite severely, both in life and property, tho wreck of a seven story building in Chicago killing eight or nine parsons and injuring many more. Both life and property were destroyed in other sections of the state, and in other states. If this desliunlio'i »hall only prove an introduction to an unprecedented cyelonc year tho people will live in constant dread from day to day. Lot us l.'opo that these distil-buncos are occasioned by tho transition from winter to spring and whey the .season is fully changed the elements will get down to tt.eir normal coudilion. ST©RE Wlte.lt BE On the evening of April 18th to invoice. All parties who hold due bills against us will please oall and trade them out on or before that date. Parties owing us on account for Merchandise, or notes Due^ will greatly favor us by paying the same at once, or before April 18th. CAN'T BE BEATEN. That's just what's tho matter with our Boys' Suits-they can't he heaten. Look at them, from any standpoint you please, that's the conclusion you will come to. We don't say they can't be equalled in material and make, but we do say that there's nothing that comes within range of them at the prices. We pride ourselves on the great Selection and Variety in Two Piece Suits. School and Boys' Suits at from $1.20 upward. The prices we are naming are lower than you will find elsewhere, but we have extraordinary reasons for lessening our stock, and the quickest way to cut down our stock in a hurry is to cut down price* in a hurry. SPECIAL --Carl lloltcr goes to Chicago uexl Monday *.o purchase tho Boeond stock •of spiing clothing for tho Poslville Clothing House. —Hardy Barnes has beon down town this week. Glad to note it. A few weeks ago wo feared he would never be able to do it. -John Cola waR elected street eonv lulssiouar by the now council. Wo Impo he will prohibit, such streets as wt Iliad during March. —Regular meeting of the Masonlu lodge next Tuesday evening. Thoro is iiuportatit business to be transacted and muni bum should be present. Look Here! For Salo. Tho delivery outfit of the Postville postofliee, consisting of 414 call boxes and fi8 lock boxes, all in tip-top order, is for sale Ciikur; to l»e delivered May 1st. 1892. This is a rare chance. Inquire of A. It. PttF .scoTT. —A conflagration at Waukon eam'e very uear boing the result of striking a parlor match in Earle's store, tho result being the same as a similar ocoureuco in Skelton & McEwon store lioro a few years ago matches ought never to bu sold or used. GOOD FARM JfOB SALE. My farm of 200 aoros for sale. Situated in Madison township, Wiiiueshoik Co., Iowa, three and a half miles west of Decorah, in sections 11 and 14. Well improved and timber enough for farm use. In good stato of cultivation. Woll watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house. Long time will bo given ou part payment. Inquire on farm for particulars. Address, WM. MCINTOSH, (Box. 238) Decorah, Iowa. —Our old townsman. R. L. Crescy, now of Chicago, is still alivo ami kicking in the real estate business. The Tribune of ^Wcduosday, of last week, | has a write up of two deals Mr. Croscy has just made aggregating some $460,- t)00. Tho main sale is that of tho llich- uleau hotel to Gov. Marriatu, of Minnesota, for $400,000. K. L. is getting along very well for a boy who stalled in Poslville bohiml a barber's chair. It does us good lo see him get to tho front. --Whilo for a month wc have been deploring the impassable condition of the roads we must remember that it is not an altogether unmixed evil. The ground was fearfully and wonderfully dry, unci it. fact is so yet a foot beneath Ihu surface. Were it not for tli*. quite heavy procipilalion this spring neither grass nor grain could have had a fair start. Now tho surface is snflicienlly saturalod to insura the quick generation of sood and growth of grass as soon as tho weather is warm enough. In fact grass is starting finely already, and with seasonable rains for tho next month a mammoth hay crop will bo assured, and (hie is one of our most prolilablo crops now. Wo must now soon have settled woatlior and everything will pass on ns smoothly as if we had not yet had a month of mud block- ado. All our stock of Buggies, Spring Wagons, Carts, &c., must be sold at private sale. Customers wishing a Great Bargain will call at once and secure the first selections. Our successor does not take our Buggy stock. Prices will sell them. Come and see. Our new selections in Men's and Youth's Suits comprise all the latest novelties, and no matter how hard you are .'to lit or please we want a chance at showing you what wo CAN DO FOR YOU. IN FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAFS, we aro to the front, and kindly refer you to any of our best dressed young men to verify our statement. Wilson Bros. Fine White and Colored Shirt?, (no more expensive th'nary other good manufacture) are the best fitters made. The Collar Fits the Shirt and they make you "tired." "The Lucky," "Tho Buckskin" and "The Indicator" brand of Hats are sold only by us and the pi'ices are •• right. Wo are Authorized by the Manufacturers to" Warrant "Bach and Every Hat. DEFEND TJPONUS FOR PERFECT SATISFACTION AND "VALUE FOR. YOUR MONEY. Com e to us for your Spring Goods and you will come out ahead. OAIKXJ £3!OXd7£i»Eli> IT B AMI! Are you going to buy a New Carpet this spring? Now is your opportunity to see a choice) selection of ALL WOOL ING-RAINS; BODY BRUSSELS. uilar X ^j, voa V thoV, Suon . , — 't>it n plenty whilo your glllin, says I," whieli you will got at iho Y. V, S. C. B. eooial in Iho form of tun, music ami recitations. All for tan eenU. . —Although tli. roads wore still In terrlh>e shape the town was full of teams on Saturday last and business "must haro boon goal with all the merchants. - Mrs. U. W. Stafford and family aro preparing to remove to St. Ansgar, whero her daughter, Mrs. L. N. Et-riek- son resides. Miss Sarah is already tli'ire and has commeucod toaching, Mrs. Coyle has rented lior homo, now occupied by Mrs. Stafford, to I-'red Kluss. --There has beon a groat demand for farm laboroj-a Hi's gpriug and we believe the demand la not yet fully supplied. Wages for good men seem to be $20 and upwards. —4 "Citizens Stale Bank" lias been organised at Wnukoa with a oapital of $23,000, It will at oneo cause tho old private bank* to reorganize under the elttto law ov suffer the loss of biuluess. -Tho following subscribers docido to ntny by tho old KBVIEW a while long.r and are entitled to thanks for cash on subscription: J. N. Smith, Jas. Mitchell, E. Douglass, Mrs. N. Hamilton, II. Poeacli, La Rue Powers, Wm. A. Gibbs, John Waters. — Heaps of fun at tho sociable at the M. E. uhiK'oh to-night. Tho art gal lery will bo a great and wonderful col lootlcn, 1» nay nothing of tho "pt-ofo»' sional liars," who will tell what they don'vkuow. —Seellonu of Mlniiosota Ike :vD*.liolM. M)A : . * vUteftftnl nod snow bloukftd'e iMlMori'liiy- Horo there was it Hub enow kmlxoU with. tho. rain on If It soems that tho prosecutions of^kalb is a daughter of deceased, the Postville saloons amounted to noth- " ng after all, only a fee to certain lawyers. The oases ware not brought to trial and nobody appeared against the saloons. All that was accomplished was the repletion of the pockctbooks of attorneys and the \dopletion of the county treasury, auil the business is supposed to contimto just the same. Croat is prohibition in this part of the state. It is uo wonder that life-loug , prohibitionists favoiuil the Galch bill. DIED. Loratta Purdy was born in Steuben Co., N. Y., Oct. 29th, 180C, ami dioil April 4th, 1802. She was married to Henry Range, Jan. 9th, 1827, and was the mother of ten children, five ^uow deceased. Her husband died in 1884. H. M. Range is a son and Mrs. L. Sonn- She had been a member of tho M. E. church since sho was 18 years of :'ge. Tho By our successor, who is a business man of 25 years experience and thoroughly acquainted with the General Merchandise business in all its branches. We solicit for him the continued patronage of our many customers and friends. TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, 'UNION & COTTON CHAN. Prices Low if you buy. It will coat you nothing to see them. Also remember that I carry the Largest, Line of Lace Curtains, and Window Shades and Fixtures in the city. Yours Respectfully, WALTER 'i funeral was held from the residence of II. M. Hang. a»d her remains were deposited in tho cemetery nt Graud Meadow, Rev. E. J. Lockwood oflloi- ating. Her death was oocusioned from old age and sho died without pain. -There will bo a oampflre and pub llo Installation at Wellman's hall Monona, noxt Friday evening. A new G. A. It. Post will bo mustered in the afternoon of tho same day. Gen. Milo Li, Sherman, of Fredrioksburg, will be mustering olllcor. (lood speakers will be present In tho evening. The Cr. A. U. boy* of Postville and 'rl.lnlty are Qordially Invited to be with us and help us. J. J. LKITEB. • -Elsewhere In this edition will be noticed an advertisement of the NOW ftvrn, GlUon & Uouey. Mv. C. learned the art«( meat cutting In Fresno City, Oil., where he worked at the bl»ok thvet yean. He onme hero fioiu Bos- robel, Wis,, where he ha* o.ndueted a market since hi* arrival. He Is familiar with all the latest outs, and being- a moral young I»»QQ 1 good social standing .will undoubtedly give, satisfaction •W^esW~ A'MTA ANA , Cal., Mar. 26. 1802. Mu. BURDICK :-Sir, be so kind as to forward La Rue's paper to him here, as wo hare camu here to llvo with Gt-aoe; her husband, Mr. Brack, is in a store and sho is teaching elocution and physical culture. Wo are all delighted with climate, scenery, productions, in fact, everything portalning to this most desirablo country. Mr. and Mrs. Snick came here last July and like it hnro as well as when tbey first catuo. Wo all enjoy the Po*tvillo KEVIBW. Respeotfully, H. F. POWKKS. Confirmation. Noxt Sunday will he continuation day at tho German Lutheran chui eh. This year a class of thirty-five will be continued, which I* a larger number than has ever before been continued in this ohuroh. At tho close of Rev. Ga*s' first year's labor here he confirmed eight, and the number has steadily grown each year until now, when this phanoralnal numbor will bo admitted. The church'was full last Sunday at the examination, and noxt Sunday it will doubtless b* crowded to its utmost capacity., ll is already demonstrated that the church 1* DODO too large. diil' lM »I|<W up I lug .will undoubtedly gly lmih YwvtajIn ^nlUg' ^'v'' ' - 1 * lo FT H who pati'onlw I»JD 4, -Tho town council us a board of equalization, on Monday, finally adjourned without raising any assess-' menu, It is evident that there are thousands of dollars in monies and credits net listed, but it is hard to produce the proof and the decision was io let it go and thus save the expense of another meeting. It is a bad stato of affairs but how the case isjio be reached I* the question. One thing In evident, and that Is something must be done in some way to reach tho case if ills a possible thing, as it is a crying Injustice to those having visible property to have monies And credits entirely escape the burden ottaxAtlon, —Joe Gray, who was at St, Paul and Minneapolis ou business and pleasure last week visited Rev. Fernor, at St Louis Park, live miles out from the oity and found hiai pleasantly looatsd in one of tho beautiful suburbs of the oity. This is whero tho great Bsterly harvester work* have recently botn located. ira mi Li six MU A complete and full stook of Lumber, Lath, Shin-, gles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings and Building Paper, yellow ;pine Flooring and Ceiling oak, ash and maple Flooring. All parties intending to do any building the coming- season will consult their own interest by obtaining figures from me. Fartloular attention to filling billg. Best of grades only handled. —With the ohangea being made ap# the new residences going up and under contemplation it looks as though the people would get houssd after a while, but there is no danger ot overdoing building this season. If not mora than twtaty houces go tip tb»y wrUJ a}l- be occupied by next fall. ^ - s\Jl We have been identified with the mercantile interests of Postville, and :we take this opportunity to thank you one and all of our customers and friends who have in any way aided us; either by trading with us, or by word, or deed, to build up our large and growing business. We assure you that while our life lasts we will bear you all in kind remembrance. Thanking you all once again, and wishing you all a most prosperous future, We are most sincerely yours, If You Want the Bsst for the Least? Money Call and See Our Line of lick, Cloth, Mr; I Silverware! Borne Special Bargains in Jewelry for the Spring Trade. W. J. HANKS, POSTVILLE, IOWA. INTENDING N T R E> i P URCHASERS OF IMPORTED DRAFT OR COACH HORSES To vtiit out stable* and itisyoct est lnju ttoskot tovo »T*D P»U».II»I»SIMO ANIMAL* B*(Q (* bsjiosj elsawhere. Among them are 13 first, 4 second and 9 grand sweepstake prise winners, seetire* 1*7 bctly cohtejled show rings In Septombar, iSgr, Will wchsnhe Impor'lsd stock for well lewted turn . lands. Will also lease stallions to responsible pattlea (or the lessen of iSei, w»b, privilege pftyl?lH|M^ iho end ofseaaOoV We also have *. fine lot of young Short; Hera sed Harford Bulls, ler »*!*• watt to write but copaost once' ttid wsks jour »«l«ction», Tern}* '!»•». and prts«» tlos, CorretpendfAc*. W^ltUBK JMWJS-i Clas>il

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