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Postville, Iowa
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Saturday, August 6, 1892
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LUHMAN & SANDERS. SHOES! We have just finished our Yearly voice, and find that we have a good many odd makes of Shoes on hand In- Whioh We Will Sell at EXTREMELY LI PRICES Until all are cleared up. i Ladies' Fine Shoes, 2.50 to 2.75; reduced to 1.75. Child's Grain Button, cap toe shoe, sizes 9 to 12, at 75c. Men's Carpenter Shoes, in congress, worth 2.50; sold to close out at 1.75. LUHMAN & SANDERS, The Postville Weekly Review PUBLISHEB EVERY SATURDAY BY W. N. BURDICK. TERMS: $l .bOAYEARINADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —New writing tablets at this office. —Six Loaves ol Bread for 2fic, at the llakery. tf —Ed. Clintoa is at LaCrosse visiting hi* unclt. —Baby Shoos only Luhman & Sanders'. 25c par pair, at -Bert Morton cam* up from Monona last Sunday on his bioyclo. - Miss Nellie H-jlalian, of Waukon, visited friends hero this wook. —John Moir's »ew soda fountain is a daisy. Try it this hot weather. - Fred Clinton is having fun with his cousin up in Sleepy Eye, Mini. -Miss Rosa Buchwald, of Marion, is visiting witli Mi *s Lfzzio l.ukonblll. —Mr. Bchrens has his new house, on west Tildren street, up and inclosed. —Moxie, Milk Shake, Soda Water, Ginger Alo ote., at JOHN TUOHA'S. —The review term of Prof. Brockon- ridge'a Deeorah Institute open* Aug. 29. —Prof. Brockenridge's ttudents practice on the best typewriler-Smith Premier. For Sale. My residence on the north side. MK3. H. B. HA7.LETOH. - Who wo»ld hare thought UP Alabama went democratic! Send the news to Myron. Gospel Hymns. Nos. 5 and 6 consolidated, 85 cts., at the RKVIEW office. Miss Anna Baston, Instructor on the piano and organ, Postville, Iowa. Mies Nellie H. Abbott, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. Horae-8hoeing. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatter and prices very reasonable. THOS. SnORTRKED. Bosket Sociable. There will bo a Basket Sociable at tho Hardin M. E. church, on Thursday evening, August 11. A cordial invitation is extended to all. -Mrs. Institute week. Breckenridgo gives Deeornh students day board at $1.60 a — Head the "Additional Local. —A largo concourse of sympathizing friends attended tho funeral of Mrs. B. W. Rathbun yesterday. Tho remains wero laid to rest In the Castalia cemetery. W. W. Darling returned to Denver | yesterday, after a good long visit with , homo folks. —Carl Meyer has commenced work on the foundation of his now residence, on Post street. From presout appearances building will bo brisk the balance of tko season. -Deputy Auditor Johnson was in town on Wednesday, in company with W. H. Carithers. -Miss Carrie Jacobin will go to Willow Springs, Mo., to teach the coming school year. Last yoar she wont about as far north as she could got nnd now she takes the other extreme. —The following line list of subscribers havo liquidated indebtedness during the past week, and some of them have paid far in advance. All havo our sincere thnnka: J. A. Parkor, II. S. Humphreys, Ed. Sheehy, II. 11. Lien, H. A. Stowe, C. A. Abel, W. W. Courson, W. W. Uarling, II. Campbell, J as. Fisher. Standard I Standard! If you are in need of a Sewing Machine it will pay you to buy the Standard Rotnry Shuttle Sewing Machine, the bust niacin no on the market. Btcuuso it is tho only Rotary Shuttle manufactuied. It sows faster, runs lighter and does better work than any machine on the road. Call on or address, C. A. HAUDWICK, Agt., 4w Postville, Iowa. - Tho oats harvest has commenced and tho crop is generally reported as being good. Some pieces are injured by rust aud tho low lands and ravines ofcouisowero injured by water. The straw is generally heavy but no great quantity is lodged. When (ho thrashing aaohines are started we nan tell batter about the crop, both quality and yield. —We were ploasod to receivo a call from Col. Otis, of the Monona Loader, last Monday, ho being on his way to Cedar Rapids on buiiuess portaining to tho Iowa Legion of Honor. We are glad to know that his businost at Monona is good and his prospects flattering. He is eertainly giving his readors a first class paper, and they ought to feol prond of it, —Mrs. R. N. Douglass' mother is here visiting her. > —Lots of New Goods, at Luhman A Sanders' next week. —Hire's Root Beor, only 5 emits a glass, at John Thoma's. —Only 2oc per pair for Button Shoos, at Luhman & Sanders'. —Tho old lady Finney, of Fayetto, is Tiiiting at J. U. Sanders'. FOR SALE! Buggies of AU Descriptions. Guarantee: After two week's trial if tho Rico Coil Spring proves not to bb the easiest ridoron <arth, will exchange and give any spiing desired—with the "Handy Top," tho most convenient buggy. W. S. WF.USTEU. Dr. Will Cole's Dental Booms Will hereafter bo opon every week day, as I havo associated with mo Dr. M A. Humphrey, a graduate of tho dental school at Iowa city, and a good operator. I shall conlinue to visitPost- villo on Tuesday and Wednesday of each weok, as heretofore: WILL COLB, D. D. S. Talte Notice, That the Fostvllla Steam Roller Mills wiil grind Feed, Corn Mual and Graham Monday and Saturday of each week hereaftor. Having added a lino of wood-working machinery we aro prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notico. Bring iu your logs and have thorn sawod. Respectfully, E. D. STILUS. All the latest fire and ten cent libraries just received at tho KIVIKW stationery counter. -Wo need a little of the rain now that wc had too much of awhilo ago. It is getting vory dry. -John R. Mott returned homo from Chioago last week eonsidorably Indisposed from the extreme heat which prevailed thero. His condition is considerably improved but he has not yet fully rocovorod. —Hardy Baruos displayod tho first good sized green corn we have seen this seasou on Tuesday. Come and look us over if you wish! anything in the Shoe line. We have the largest stock of Shoes in town. Richardson & Norcross line of Ladies' Fine Shoes, in all styles and sizes. RESPECTFULLY. •Mrs. Mitchell's new uouso. on Williams street, will bo couipletoi? and ready to rent next woek. Card of Thanks. We wish to oxpross our sincero thanks to the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during tho sickness and after the death of our wife and mother. THOMAS CONDON & FAMILY. —Louisiana Dimonson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pine Finishing, for sale at SANHKIIS & KAI'LEU'S. •Miss Lois Tuttle is clerking at Luhman & Sanders' store during the absenco of Miss Sanders. —G. L. Henderson and daughter, Barbara, were hero this week. Mr. Henderson only mado a short stay, i going on to St. Paul and National Park, on Monday night. His daughter remained a few days to visit her mother. Prof. Smith returned from Madison on Wednesday morning aud loft in the afternoon for Iowa City, whero ho will visit awhile after whioh he will go to Britt and spend most of tho time till September, stopping a few days hore before going to Lansing. He has given up work iu tho Clayton Co. Instiluto ou account of an attack of illnoHs while at Madison, tho doctor prescribing rest. •Ed Prior returned from his trip Sunday. While away he erected several good monuments and secured some nice orders. Ho informs us that rye, barley and winter client aro all about harvested in the southorn part of Clay ton Co., some of it boing already in the stack. The corn crop is an assured success and all crops aro pronounced by farmers to bo the host they have ever raised. 11. A. Stowe is again our champion advance paid subscriber, his receipt running to July 1st. 1894. -Niek Pope, from near Hampton, has been visiting in this leetior., for tho first time in twenty-six years. -Mr. J. Moulthi'op is preparing to I build a residenco on the corner oppo- I site Jas. Sluohy's, on the south. —Road the new announcement of our merchant tailor, D. A. Jorald, this week. Ho has put in a fine lino of pioee goods ami the suits he has turned out uuder his new system of cutting aro dandies aud give poifuct satisfaction. Call on him for a fall suit. —Misses Grace Horsoy nnd Kmma Staehlor, of Earlville, this state, are onjoying a visit with the Missos Crosby. —Wo regret to announce the death of Mrs. B. V?. Rathbun, which occurred at her home, threo miles west of town, Tuesday night, after a loug and painful illness. The husband, children, relatives and friends of tho deceased havo our deopest sympathy in this dark hour. Fine Stationery. Tho RKVIBW office has rocoutly recoivod direct from tho factory in Massachusetts a case of tho iiuost sta tionery made for tho retail trade, both by the box and by tho quiro oi smaller quantities, which wo sell at tho same price us common paper is sold for Come and sue it if you want a good article at a low price. Local atationory (Postville, Iowa, printed iu gilt) only JIO eta. --Roy. Matt Wing, of Minneapolis, will preach at tho Uulversalist church at Castalia next Sunday afternoon at j 2:10. —Miss Mary Willraan is down from Mason City for a visit with tho "old folks," for tho lirst time in n hundred years or loss. -Artesian 6971, one of tho best stallions in northeastern lowv wus sold last weok by MoGlalhorty & Wullaco to Jas. Brassfiuld, of Postville.—West Union Gazette. -Romember the special excursion train to the Clem Lake Musical next Sunday. Fare for the round trip, 13.16. Time of train 7:10. —Joe llouehor and Chris Stroebol wont over to Waukon yesterday. Wo don't know whether Chris went to procure a license or net. ALL SUMMER Clothing Marked WA? DOWN. - C. C. Faber, agent Davenport nur- sory, will remove his headquarters from tills city to Dubuquo. Ills wife and son left on the Sidney Monday morning.—Lansing Journal. -Postville was the bauner town on | tho Tuesday's excursion by mora than 100 per cet. Mason City the next high[ ost, sent 80 representatives. —Mo school gives a better Business Course than Prof. Brockenridge's, aud at a charge of only $5.00 in addition to the regular tuition. $3.00 a month. —Mrs. Will Harris and Herman were at St. Paul a few days, returning last Tuesday. Whilo there thoy wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burdlck. —Postville is getting to bo great on excursions.' On Tuesday morning 161 people boarded the Christian Endeavor I excursion trulu for a steamboat ride on | tho river. -Mr. aud Mrs. Johu Sanders, Miss Addio and Mrs. Coyle left on Wednesday afternoon for Donvor and the mountains. This is just the kind of an outing wo should onjoy if we wore able to stand the expense and could leave homo. Wo wish them a safo and pleasant trip. —Jas. Parker is in luck. Added to his recent purchase of the barber busi­ nost of his brothor, about the most pro fitable business in town, his wife on Wednesday presented him with" a new boy which will be able t» wield the razor when Jim's hand gets unsteady with ago. -During tho week we bad pleasant calls from H. A. Stowo, son and daughter, W. W. and Elmer Courson, who wore hero attending the reunion. They all look old fashioned, except Mr. Stowe's ohildron, who havo grown out of our knowledge. Thoy all report favorable as to business. -Ed Prior closed a doal this week with tho heirs and administrators of the late Calviti Dresser, by which the appearance of our cemetery will bo greatly improved. Ho will furnish thorn a yory nno monument of tho famous Qulnoy granite, tho dosign of which is very handsomo indeed. In addition to this tho lot will bo inclosed with a job of coping, mado of the woll known Williams dolomite. The last named work is something entirely now in this vicinity and will add vastly to tho appcaranco as well at the durability of tho whole job. Tho on tiro amaunt of tho contract is $675.00. Farm For Bale. I now offer for aalo the Win. Mitch- oil farm, 3} miles west of Postville, containing 101 acres, with good house, barns and outbuildings, an tinfailiug well nnd runuing water on tho promises, and fenced in several Ileitis Cause of soiling, advanced years and inability to superintend ii. For torms call on the undersigned on the prom ises. (17m3) JAS. KENKEBY. SUCCESSFUL OTJR SALES, ALWAYS ! W.B-T ? • FOR MANY REASONS ! The FH11TCIFAL When We CUT, WE CUT DEEP ! Look for the price marked in RED. Former price marked in BLACK. WASH DRESS GOODS, Persian Mulls, fast colors, prioe 20c; will be 14ic per yard. Canton Cloths, figured, fast colors, pretty, price 16c; •will he 1 lie per .yard. Light Colored Lawns, open stripe, very fine, price 15c; Will be 10ic per. yard Fast Black Lawn, open stripe, price 15o; will be 1 lie per yard. Fast Black Lawn, stripe, Torice 12Jc; . will be 9 c per yard. Fast Biack Bedford, light figure and stripe, price.16c; will be lie per yard. The Finest French Black Figured Sateen, price.,35c; will b® 26ic per yard. Look for RED price on our Black and White India Linens. Our line of White Goods, Black and. White Embroidered Patterns and every pieoe of embroidery we haye. WOOL DRESS GOODS. the KKI> price on it, look for .t. A'good- Every piece in the store will havo time to get your dresses for fall. Finest all wool, silk linish Henrietta, 40 in. wide, black, brown, cardinal, light gray, medium blue, light blue, price 70c; will bo 62c put yard. • • Fino Henrietta, black and all colors, price 10c; rod price will be 21c per yard. Bedfords, Chevrons, all novelties in dies* goods, tho ohoan and the good, will havo tho KED prico; look for it; it will be low. You never, bought Dress Cioods so cheap, nor will you again, it matters not what others tell you. GOOD FARM FOB SALE. My farm of 209 acres for salo. Situ ntod in Madison township, Winnoslicik Co., Iowa, throe and a half milos woat of Dacorah, in sections 11 and 11. Woll improved and timber enough for farm use. In good stato of cultivation. Woll watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house, hong time will bo givon on part paymont. Inquire on farm for particulars. Address, WM. MOINTOSIT, (Box. 238) Docorah, Iowa. —Madam Mitchell can toll you tho | Past, Presont and Future. If you are | in troublo over marriago, lovo or busi- j ncss affairs, or if you havo beon afflicted for years and think thoio is no rum- ody for you. call and giyo her a trial, as her powers are wonderful. Tho | Madam has saved thousands from ruin and made countless homes happy, and I will show you the likouoss of your future partner. Cull and be convincod | of liar wonderful powors, at her residence, north of tho Milwaukoo depot, i Postville, Iowa. LADIES' VESTS. It cont ones, at - .... 20 " " fancy, at - - ... 25 " " with sleovos. ... 35 " " fancy. ' - - - 50 " " vory lino - ... 60 " Lisle thronil, white, with sleeves, - , 75 " " " extra fine ( with sleeves, LADIES' WALKING SHOES: Thpso will be in '.ho Ur.ii price. All desirable. Styles tho latest. 1.00 Walking Shoos, good stylo; will bp-,.'• 1.85 •' " (Picnic) every pair warrantod, 1.60 " " " patent tip, ovory pair warranted, 1.60 *' " (Popular) turned, warranted; an o;isy shoo and ft seller, will bo - 2.09 " " pntont loathcr trimmed and tip. hand turned,- ovory pair warranted, will be 50 cloth top and plain top warranted, will bo patent lertttiivr \anip; ovory pair warranted in tho now toe, every pair will bo 8c 15c 21c 27c 4-ois 62c 85-v 1.10 1.25 1.25.- l .fie, 1.75 2.00 All goods marked with tho 11K.I> price will bo STHIOTI.V CASH., Do not oomo in after thn nale has been runuing a few days ami complain booaus'o somothiiig that you wanted is gouo You havo an equal chauca with others of gutting fhoru first. IW ONE PRICE TO ALL, NO DEVIATION ! .JOHN CROSBY, Postville. P. t>. Remember! We do tho Hoot and Shoo Business in Postville! Arm Broken. Arthur Webster, son of W. S. Web stor, had the misfortune to havo his left arm broken last Saturday, by falling from a tree on tho sohool grounds. Both bones wero broken. Dr. Green put tho arm in shape nnd ho is doing woll, but it is a sore Job for him. —Tho Waukon Democrat says that, Col. A. G. Stewart has gono to Chicago again, aocompanlod by Dr. lioweu, for the treatment of his other oyo, and that there is danger that ho will lose the sight of that also. That would be a terrible calamity, and eyorybody hopes h» may be spared this groat affliction. —Tho Courson family reunion wa» » vory pleasant affair, as it always is. All the family wore present except A. W. Courson and family, who reside in Lincoln, Nob. —Joe Gray is expected home (he last of next woek. We expeot that he will be so puffed up with salt water nlnms and things that we shall not be able to recognize him. Tha WanWnn •>» I...... >> —Rev, X. h. Burton will loavo us for his new lield at Uriggsville, 111., about Aug. 15th and will be hero but two mors Sundays. He had a unanimous* call at n salary of 91 ,200 aud free parsonage. Whilo wo, although on th outside, regret to have him leave, still we know it is best for him and hence wo m«at submit. Wo do not hope that this ohuroh will again got as able n minister, as it cannot afford to pay the salary that an able minister will com maud. Republican Glut) Convention. Wo aro requested to announce that there will bo a convention of the ropub- licau clubs of tho 4th congressional dis - trict held at New Hampton, ou Wod uesduy, Aug. 24th. Each county will bo entitled to twice as many delegates as to tho congressional convention held at the eamo time and place. Secretary of Stato MoFarltvmt and General Beacon will bo presout and address tho mooting. Wo are not awaro that thoro aro any clubs yet organized in this county but the delegates may attend just tho samo and will doubtless be given a hearing. —W. R. Mosul, the veteran editor of the Cresco Plaindealur, made us a ploasant oall last Saturday evening. Ho is tho oldest newspapbr man connected with one nowspaper in this part ot tho state wo believe, A. K. Bailoy coming second. Both ought to be able to retire on a competence, aud would have beon long ago if thoy had given the tame unremitting labor to almost any other calling. But nobody gets rioh in country journalism, nnd still few will loavo the profession after once gottlng the ink on their fingers, Thero seems to be the fascination of desperation coiinootod with the bust tiess, although it usually is the poorest paid business in the world. —Tlio Valdor Business College and I Normal School at Deeorah, Iowa, has sovon courses of study: Commercial, Normal, Sciontilic, Shorthand and | Typewriting, Penmanship. Toacliors' Roviow. Common Sohool and Select. 426 students during tho past year. ICO graduates. 200 enrolled from Winne- shoik Co. Deeorah is tho cheapest place to board and room in tho northwest. Text-books aro rented. Fall term opens August 29. Drop a postal card for catalogue containing full information. It also contains a largo list of students who aro holding payiug positions. POSTVILLE, IOWA. - It Is with much regret that we A Close Oall. Wm. Tlioma soenrod the services of Marshal Toiler yosterday to remove a surplus dog from this mundane sphere, his ion Fritz, aged 14, escorting tho dog to the soeuo of carnage, In tho roar of M. Beuohor's lot. The marshal not! having a gnu of bis own handy woat up stairs over Mr. Boucher's and borrowed a Bbot gun of Mrs. «'olm Phalen, (Mr. Phalmi \v»u* n,»i t.-.-.- -• " Newspaper Fire Insurance. Tho editorial association of the 4th district has before it the scheme of mutual (ire insuraace for its members, which will be elaborated at the November mooting,' at Deeorah. The reasons assigned for the movement is that the nowspaper business is rated by tho old companies milch' higher than' other business, and much higher than it should be, aud on tho other hand the insurance companies do less advertising and afford much loss newspapor pat- rouage than any othor lino of business that is anywhere near as general and remunerative. If a feasible plan win be evolvod wo heartily second tho motion, if we cannot get fair ratos we can insuro ourselves. K. N. DOUGLASS, I'IIKS. J. I'. KM ITU, V. P , )AS.- McEWEN, CJIIIIIIBK.. PAID UP CAPITAL, $25,Q00. Do a General Banking Business. Htiy ami soli Foreign ami .Domestic, lOxchtmge. Accounts ot Fanners, Merchants and others received and carefully protected. , Interest p'Vid 0 |i Time Deposits. made for outside parties on favorable tonus. , JtearTrofeeleil by lire proof vault ami screw safe. Safety deposit steel drawers for rent. door, time lock, burglar proof OHOIOB LINE OP DOMESTIC! IMPORTED striTiJsras PUBNISH ALL KINDS OP v DRAIN TILE AND BRICK, In Wholesale and Retail quantities. Onr Brick and Tile are manufactured of the Best White Clay, and • are Burnt So Hard there is praotioally NO BREAK-' AGE in shipping. Drop us a postal card stating number of feet and size of tile -wanted. We will then give you prioe for same delivered at your station. Yours Truly, JUST RECEIVED! HOSSFELD & DIBBLE. Good All Wool Suits for $20. Gomiiiie Clay Worsted, $2* aud up. Fine Worsted and Chiuohilla Oyer-1 coats from $1» to $25. Evorything warranted O. K. Call | early nud leave your order. D. A. JKKALD, Merchant Tailor. BLACKSMITH & WAGON SHOP. Wo NOW ,, Want to Tell VQU* About our repairing department. We have engaged the services of a finished workman in addition to

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