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HONEST CLOTHING-. •Hie PostYille Weekly Review. PUBMSHRB EVERY SATURDAY BY W. N.BURDICK. THAT MEANS US ! THAT'S WHAT WE HANDLE! THAT'S WHAT WE BELL! T*»MS: $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Itbef Steak 8 anil 9c, at Hart's. —Salt FIBII of all kinds, at Hart's. •—Poultry bought and sold at Hart's. —One 100 gallon kettlo for aale, at Hart's. —No Stale Meat nt Hart's. —Fresh Lake Fish 9c, nt Hart's. Wanted. Veal Calves at tin Central Market. For Sola. My residence on the north side. Mits. II. 15. HAZI.KTOK. —CHII at Skelton & Tangetuan's for a Genuine Stub Proof Rubber Hoot. Every pair warranted. —Six Loaves of Dread for 2*c, at Uio Hakerv. If —Veal calves wanted at [fart 's Meat Markot. —Sugar Cured Hams from 10 to 13c, at Hart's. — Dave Jamison is now firing on the Soo rnilrond. —W. W. Darling returned from Denver on Monday. Miss Anna £ as ton, Instructor on iho piano and Postville, Iowa. organ, Miss NelHo H. Abbott, foacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. —Do not miss thoso Uargains in tiin Ladies' Jub Lot of Shoes at Skelton & Tnngemas's. They are being oftered at half pries. Horse-8hooing. No bit nuil miss, but a good job every clatur and price* vory reasonable. THUS. SiiMitTnr.Ei>. —To-day is tlio "onct" of July, little cool for ice cream, too. - Mrs. Jas. McKwcn and children will visit Itoslor. and various localities in Canada iluriug July and August. They will start aboutthu l&lh of this month. In the meantime Muck will rustle around in a cold and unfeeling world alone. Sr. Will Colo's Dental TXooms Will horoafter bo open every week day, as I liavo atsocialcd with mo Dr. M A. Humphrey, a grndualo of the dental sc.hovl at Iowa city, and a good operator. I shall continue to visit Postville on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, as heretofore. Wll.l. Col.u, D. D. S. —Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Barclay, of West Union, visitod Postville relatives and friends over Sunday. They are friends of the Ksvir.w from "away back" and wo are always glad to sen them and know of their prosperity Mr. Barclay is noarly recovered from the effects of his fall recently menj Honed. —A full lino of Meats, at Hart's. Salt and Smoked —New Potatoes, only 35c per peck, at John Thoma's. —Oranges, J^ernon* and cheap, at Johu Thoma's. Dananas - -Choice butchering stock wanted at the Central Meat Market. 12lf We handle the TO ire buckle Suspenders. Every pair warranted. You can't help being struck with the superior merits of our goods. You CAN BANK ON THEM. We are at all times prepared to show you an immense line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c. -New Dress Goods and F.mbroidery at Skelton <& Tangeman's. - Mr. Geo. Sammos wns a guest of Wm. Koliinson over Sunday. on Henry Holm rejoices greatly account of a son, his only heir. —Mrs. Chas. Norton has been from Monona this week visiting. - Choi :e variety of Smoked Meats of all kinds, at Central Moat Market. up to —Mrs. Chas. Yonksrs will leave day for her homo at Cleves, Iowa. Mrs. E. Douglass, mother of K. N.. is up from Watson visiting this week. —The best stock of Shawls kept in the town at Skelton & Tangeman's. - We aro In receipt of a loiter touching on tho political situation, by our >ld friend, J. I. Shepherd, Esq., which we shall take the liberty of publishing next week. —Mr. and Mrs. Hughes mourn the loss of a babe that barely opened Its eyes in this world to close them again forever. These are the sad passages in human life. • —A. M. May, of the Wauknn Standard, called briefly last evening on Ids way homo from the state convention. He was the only delegate in attendance from this county. Kvery county in tiie state was rcpioscnled. - Some pieces of corn at o reported as being knee high an4 worked twice through, while othor llelds aro vory small and haye aot been worked at all Nothing but the best conditions now will insure a fair corn crop. —The Dnmocaat says there were no trains run on the I. & M. division for a wook owing to the washouts. Tom is ofl the matter of four days but we will grant that it seemod a long woek with out train service or mails. —Just roe'd a fresh stock of all kinds of Pickled Meats, at Central Market. -Miss Anna Rollinson returned to her homo at DesMoioes on Monday. THE T*. T. K. CLOTHIER. LI111M —Mrs. C. F. Allen's mother, Mrs. Knight, of Fayette, is here visiting her. —For a line fit and style in Ladies' and Mines' Fint Shoes, call on SKKI.TOX & TASOEMA*. — Parker's barber, Mr. Couoy, 1 again on deck after a couple of week's sickness. -We do not understand why Iho republican convotitioii last Saturday did not as usual select alternate dele gates to the congressional convention. Coming In Ilia busy season that it does it is probable that the county will be represented by a half dozen instead of nineteen delegatus. Hut it may be just as well, as wo believe there will be no strife for the aominalion. — Onn by one the fuw old subscribers ho for various mason* liare dropped ofl during the past year are coming back to our'family of readers again. It msy fit(jtn singular and foolish, bat wn would far rather re-enter onn of the old standby's on our books than two new ones. The old friends arc the bast friends, and somehow we can't hrdp recognizing our old subscriber* as old friends. —The following good friends have deposited with us on snsseription tho past week. Many thanks: C. A. Ilinraan, L. I). II. Hawkins, J. Keiscr, 11. Dresser, L. J. Stone, 'J'. C. Warelay. M. E. Sociable. The Ladies Aid Society will give an ice cream sociable. Friday eroning, July 8lh. at the home of Mrs. K. N. Douglass. Ice cream and cake will be served from six till nine. Ten cents. A cordial invitation is extended to all. — Copying and enlarging pictures one of th« specialties at tho Rcedr Photo Gallery. —Jas. Brassficld and wife rejoice over the advent of an eight pound girl baby at their home. —Skelton & Tangoinan aro carrying double the Siock in L'Adios' aud Misses' Shoes than ever before. Headquarters For Dress Goods! Henriettas, Bsdfords^ Serges, Chevrons, Challies, Silk Foulards, Silks for Dresses and Trimmings. New dark Prints, only Comas Cloth, in new styles, Black India Linen plaid. Silk Drapery Fringe, Brocade satin ribbon, 3 in. wide, Satin Kibbon, 1 in. wide, Outing Flannel, only Check and Plaid Shirtings, Damask Towels, 13x28, all linen, only Gent's Colored Border Handkerchiefs, only Windsor Ties, only 3c per yd 7c 8c « c. 10c a a 10c tc << 2c u tc 5c ii ti 5c ti Miss Florence Avoca, Wis. is p»ji»B » friend, Mrs. John Sanders, Underwood, of -:. .~ 1..* -Lute Stone and family were over from Waukon and spent Sunday. Wo are indebted for a pleasant call. —Last Sunday was another beastly wet day, followed by a cold night. It was a dreary, discouraging day. —Mrs. P. M. Clark and daughter Miss Mamie, of Lime Springs, spent Sunday with Mrs. T. M. Miller. —Louisiana Dimonson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pine Finishing, for sale at SAMDRHS & KAPLER'S. —Now that June is gone perhaps wo may get some better weather. It is said that while there is life there is hope, lint it is also said that hope deferied maxes tho heart sick. This is about the size of the malady that is now preying upon our vitals! — The fourth quarterly meeting of the M. £. church will bo held next Saturday and Snnday. Rev. H. II. Green, 1). I)., will preach Saturday evening and Sunilay morning. Presiding elder Green has just received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from Iowa Wesler- an University. -rim. i ncker, an oh! aoi'iUr of Chickasaw county, but who for the past ten years has been a clerk in the second auditor's office at Washington, was visiting his friend. Dr. Mabry, this week, and with the latter, made a very pleasant call at this office. Mr. Tucker is now 72 year* of age. —Marshal Tuller desires us to give notice that there is an ordinance prohibiting thu discharge of firearms inside the corporation under a penalty of $5, and that said ordinar/ce will be enforc- d hereafter. The people aro complaining of the reckless and nromiscuons hooting, and it will have to be stopped. Next Monday is the day tho American peoplo are supposed to spread the eagle, if it .don't rain. The younger people of Postville will probably coin brate at Ossian, Clermont and more remote points, whil» we old stagers will have to rock the cradle of liberty at home, to a great extent. Tho only demonstration here will bo a dance in the evming at Turner hall. As we have had neither spring or summer yet it don't seem possible that the till of July is at hand. Short Time Subscribers; As usual at this lime of yoar wo make a campaign or short tune rate for new subscribers. This year wn make the short time new subscriber rate lower than ever before. In order to intro- duee the paper whore it is not now known we will furnish it from tho day of subscription to Jan. 1st, IftM, for 60 ets., eash in advance. Anybody can afford to send a copy to a friend at this rate. GOOD FARM FOB BALE. My farm of 200 aorcs for salo. Situ ated in Madison township, Winneslicik Co., Iowu, three, anil a half miles west of Decorab, in sections 11 and It. Well improved and timber tnough for farm use. In good state of cultivation. Woll watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house. Long time will be given on part payment. Inquire on farm for particular*. Address, WM. MOISTOSII, (Box. 23S) Decorab, Iowa. That Y. P. S. 0. ». Hftllj. Nors.—Till* Arltcla w.u tntpnrli*il for ln<t week's Uniio, but ovrtrjft (o itt« fin n ^rnH /.ilfon mnfijuetl opon fir llo nt It WAS omiu-'l, - ten. At the spring meeting of the fv.islorn Association of Congregational churches mid ministers of Iowa, held at McGregor last Vixy, an hour was given to llin Societies of Christian Kadcavor connected with our churches, which was occupied by representatives of these societies who had been Invited to participate In the oxerclses. Then the suggestion was mads of a» informal meeting at some convenient point in which nil tko Soelolios of Chris- Ian Kedcavor in this putt of the dale should be invited to participate; thu object of rvliieh should bo to promote acquaintances aud cooperation nmonr; so elotios connected with rlifl'erent religious denominations; nml If possible te secure the organization of societies in places where there is need of their ork. Following that suggestion the Endeavor Society of Postville sent out the invitations which brought tognthur the meeting of the list. The affair wns without any show of formality. Thore was not evori mi aftcmplnl an organization among the Societies represented; which represent several different denominations. We Wanted to see how It would seem to join hands in Christian Kiideavor work ncross denominational lines; and the unanimous verdict was that we hope it will not bo the last lime. Tho soeieties invited responded most cor.Hilly; and except for tho very heavy rainfall of the preceding night, which made Iho roads practically impassable, we would kiivo had a church full of enthusiastic; Kndeavorcrs. Hut those who planned to come with teams were effac inally hindered; and as a majority of those invited were of that class, our ntleiidnncu was not large. There were SO or Bb in nltrindaiiai; from abroad, which coniidnrinjf the stale of the wcHthei and the rusds wo thought yery good. Tho services woro interesting and prolitablu. If any one was disappointed, and felt that it wns not worth the trouble of attending, he was too courteous to let us knoT anything about It. Kxpocting a large number to cowi by privato conveyance and spend the day with us, to return borne in the evening, the Indies provided a social dinner which was served in the church parlor. Of coarse it was eejoyed. No one ever heard of sic li an ocraiiou in Postville whicii was not highly enjoyable. The regret, was caused by the absence of many for whom provision had been made. The interest of tho day culminatcd in the last address of the evening, by ltev. N. L. Packard, of Ionia, president of the northern IOWA IIU- io n of Endeavor Societies. The subject ol his address was the pledge of the active member anil whs' its promise implies. Tho w :athor was somewhat against us, but wn line a good time for all that; aud we hope that an impulse h,i< be, n given which will manifest itself in periodical meetings of the kind in the future, which shall continually iricress'i in enthusiasm and inllur.fino until the Kn- deavor Society shall be felt for good in every community of the district, represented. .V. L. Ii. E6TABLISHE!D 1QQC3, L1 At Both. 3Snds. That's whoro you burn tho oanrtlo, when you pay more than $10 for a $10 Suit. TUoro inn't. any law to provont you from paying moro, hut ii you do you do it on athoory that your monoy isn't worth as much to you as it is to somohody ulrto.' You'll liavo a handsome balanco in your pockot to ftpond for othor things if you come to lib and pay that prico; go olssowhoro and you'll ho parting with tho balanco that burns tho can- dlo at tho othor ond. All Ravings don 't nocossarily gd into a safo. Tho tsafo8t kind of a saving is to buy. whoro you can got tho host gocdn for tho leant monoy, and this is tho plaoo. Tho unuBUol amount of rain that has fallon tho pant fow wooks has loft onr counters moro hoavily loaded than wo want thorn, «o to mako goods go wo will inaugurate a Croat Bargain Salo I OF MEN'S, BOYS' & CHILDREN'S STJ1TS. Children's Suits, two piocos, 1.2F>, 1.50, 2.00 and up Kneo Pants, - - 25otol.50 Boy's Suits, - - - 2.25 and up " Pants, - 75c to 3.00. Mon'a Suits at any prico from tho cheapest to tho best Full lino of Summer Underwear- YrtW linn of Neckwear of all descriptions. Our line of Nogligeo Shirts for summer wear comprises the latost and host novelties in tho markot n ^LAT-EST STYLES. Straw Hats, Stiff and Soft Hats, all at the Vory Lowest Living Prices. All goods warranted as represented or monoy refunded. Call and see. CeAiEaXd ZZOXi7JE!Xii> —Harvey Roberts has returned from hia school labors at Grinoell and will wear hayseed in his hair the rest of the summer. —G. E. Eaton has sold his raaidenne at Monona and will finish rooraa for vosidenee over his new furn llnre store building. - Mr. Wm. Tear, of Hasting*, Mian'.-, and Miss Sarah Sutcltffe, of Luana, wave married at Waukon on Thursday of last week. 8e each 6c 3c it —The noon of 1801 is past and we are on the deaoxrding scale towards 1893. We can scarcely realize that the year is half gone. —A number of our people are thinking of going on the Kew York excursion, but thoy are too undecided to make it safe to give a. list of chem —Thanks to Chairman Beeman for a copy of the proceedings of the repuhli can convention last Saturday. Not having a boat WQ could not attend. —Attorney Shepherd visited the huh on Wednesday. We shall go over sometime it it ever stops raining', which makes the time extremely uncertain —We did not go to the state conven tion. We never do unless there in Dome candidate in whom we toke especial Interest. Id is too expensive a luxury. -A republican male quartet has been organized for the purpose ot rendering campaign songs in the coming contest. As soon as tho campaign is fairly openod a republican club will be organized which will be onthnsed and assisted by the quartette, which, by the way. will be hard to beat when it comes to music. Prof. Smith Leaves TJs. To tho sincere regret of all the patrons of our school Prof. Smith has decided to leave Postville and has accepted the "call" to Lansing. This will compel our school board to employ a new prir.cip#l and a stranger, (t is to be hoped the board will be fortunate in the selection, and that our school mi>y continue to maintain its enviable reputation. In all the years that Mr. Smith has had charge of our school he has been singularly fortunate in the administration of it, and has brought it up to a vory high etale of eflloienr.y. He was unanimously elected for another year but he has thought best to leave us. While we dislike to lose his services and his society we hope he will be equally successful in his new field. -Ed Prior, of Postville, wa* at Far mersburg last week and put up a very ti.ne monument of his make (or Will Browne. It is the linest job of monumental work in the cemetery at that place and like all of Ed's work, proved highly satisfactory to the purchasers. Ed. is the coming monumental dealer of northeastern Iowa as he is doing rirst-class work; at prices that are very reasonable. -Elkader Register. TOR SALE! Bugrffiea of All Descriptions. Guarantee: After two week's trial if the Rica Coil Spring proves not to be the easiest rider on (arth, will e.tchange and give any spiing desired— wUh the "Handy Top," the most convenient Blacksmith and Wagon Snop\ I have secured the service* of one of the best blacksmiths and horse shoers in this part of the state, and am prepared to do all klnas of blacksmithinjr and wagon work on short notice and in the beat roaaner. New wtffons, buggies, road carta, etc. on hand and made to order. Call and examine work and prices. 3m3 H. 0. How. Isfy N & SANDERS. —JalirJ Lewlff,- our good natured hoop-pole man, has just returned from a four week's outing; oyer iu Wisconsin, where he bar been fertem 'u out trout by tiie ton. —Out; IijBg.tto»gfifl«* frlendl tfobwt Waters, 8r;, wa*in to>*n>ofr Weduea- } day,, aud a» fo lit* woat),. called' in> to see u* audita' report erapjftliiog in Talte Jtotics, That the Poatvill'e 8team Roller Milk wiili jrrind FeeuV *S>w Mtml> agd' £ri'a> htvm Monday and Saturday of eaoh weak haveuftor. Having added a line of wood-working machinery we are prepared! to dVy Planing,, Matching, and all: kind* o? sawing, on short notion Brfag toVouv rags- and' haw them •™ rt. J. . IV.. H jp>« iMwrtft «w»j?w»w». Mm, About the Weather. ED. RRVIXW:—fit these times of excessive rainfall the following from the pen of Foster—the sharply criticised and much maligned Foster—will be read with interest. I clipped it from tho RHVIEW sixteen months ago, and give it verbatim, and any one can draw their own conclusions. He says: "We are searing the most destructive storm period of recent years, a period thai lias not been equalled for atmospheric and earth disturbances within the memory of any one now living, and 1 would advise all to prepare for it. There will be more of and the most destructive tornadoes, the most severe blizzards and cold waves, the deepest snows, the GREATEST KaixrAr.cs and other extremes of the weather from May 1st this year to May 1st, 1803, that has over been witnessed by the people now living. As my readers well know. 1 am not given to sensational predictions and 1 1 will probably be censured for these forecasts, but the occasion demands all that f say about It and time will vindicate my action In tho matter. This period will beglu ahotu" the first of May, while Mars will be easting its equinoctial. Mercury passing the sun's equator, but while these storms will be very severe they will aot compare with those that will occur later In the year, during tho first part otl894." Now it will be seen from the lore- going that Foster predicts from astronomical data and is by all odd* the most reliable weetlior prophet we have yet how rwy few will put any faith in hie presage* of the weather. I would give fifty delist* to^daf to be competent Uv foretell tlie oharaeter of the sea^ son one or two years in advance at he rtoew, j» n»y limited way f have to fudge pf cho season front; the stand' potto o*the> etflrrtfoctia! phases of the wsatheTj 'there- is W doubt that the w*lte*tt of this- summer lias paaesd and it »f#b* noilnyW lmptw»ilve goodi dfty *'$»tUowV. /pVimo The Republican County Convention, To elect delegates to tho state and congressional district, conventions was held at the Court. House in Waukon last Saturday, (.'sited to order by the chVirrnan of the county committee, C. M. lieeman, and on motion A. ii. Stewart was eleeted temporary chairman H M Mav sucretarv. On motion, 0. M. liirena.in of Makao, ./. S. Uryson of faint (.'reek and J. 1'. Raymond of Union frairie were appointed a committee on credentials. The report of the committee was unanimously adopted, showing ten townships represented. Moved and carried that the temporary organization he made permanent. On motion, the chairman appointed R. It. May of Makea, J. II. Mnier of Post. Robert Henderson of Paint Creek, Oasis) Williams of French Creek and J. K. Hoard of Jefferson, a committee to suggest a list of delegate? to tho slate convention. The committed reported the following; names, which, without change or amondment, w»i adopted: DBI.KOATES TO STATIC CONVENTION. A. M. Mar. M. W. Enlon. Make*; W. N. liurdiek'. Hall Roberts, Post; J. ii. Trcwin, Geo. W. Metcalf, Lansin John Hartley, French Oeek; J. Raymond, Union Prairie; John Rob.n- son, Iowa; C. L. ilcNamee, Center. On motion, the chair appointed a committee consisi : ngof I). II. Rowon of Makee, J. H. M*ier of Pest, J. S. Rryson of Paint Creek, Otto Helming of Ludlow and Thomas Fullerton of Hanover, to prepare a list of delegates to the congressional convention to be held at New Hampton. The eormvrit- tee mportud the following;, which was adopted without ckango: OBXEGATES TO 1UK CONOIiESSIOXAr. coavEH'riov. A. G. Stewart. D. H. Bowen, Frank Robbing, A. M. May, Makee; J. M. Gemmill, Taylor; J. S. Brtson, Robert Henderson, Paint Creek; William Cavers, Center; J. H. Trewin, James Ruth, Lansing; Wm. McNeil, A. R. Prescrott, J. H. Meier, Post; Iver lver- son, Hanover; W. O. Bock, fowa; Otto A. Helming, Ludlow; Conrad Helming, Union Prairie; J. R. Hoard, Jefferson; John Hartley, French Creels. Moved and curried, that tho delegates present at the state and congressional conventions be authorized to cast the full vote of tho county Moved and carried, that Iver Ivcrson of Haaover, be elected a member of the oounty central committee, Dr. W. C. Lowls of Waterloo, beinc about to remove from Iho county; also, that the [troseut committee, with this exception They are cheaper than ever aiicl we sell them under a written guarantee. W. J. HANKS. Skelton & Tangeman's Advertisement. prt be continued, the' committee being; (I M. Boeman, WauSon; J. H. Trnwin, Lansing; W. C. McNeil, Postville; H. H. Miner, Ion; Iver (verson, Bergeu. Adyotfnwd. —Siadl rfogs have been' giving the citizens of Fi'mvfclin township a little soars. Horace Biirnham, while out plowing some 1 d'rfys ago, noticed that his dog was acting qn'eerty and calling the animal: up to hint obteorved that the dog wae foaming, at the nVonJh, and he also attempted to bits' Ivinv ami snapped at the horses. He' therefore felt cev- tain< (had the dbg was MM and shot him forthwith. A dog bsldngln/ to one of the' Cttweil* also 7 showed syrup- toon* >of: madness and h* too' was promptly killed', ftti* aoC knowiv that either ii 't <r • bit any other animals.— • Wankout Demoorutf, —AfusuaVymi will ii«>Ut "'4a^U1on*li Local" on OtlWv- page lol» wselv FOE SPEHTG TEADE. is near. Have you bought your Shoes for Spring and Summer wear? We have all the new kinder in stock. We know we ca.i please you. Step in and look them &r&t. iiadies' Walking Shoes, Ladies' Solid OomfortJSJipperf, O d Ladies'Easy Shoes, Men's Plow Shoe*, Men's Pine Shoes, Men's Cordovan Shoes, Men's Southern Ties. Yours to Please/ , 4

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