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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 Slides ch hand Which We Will Sell al EIIHIEII Until all are cleared up. The Postville Weekly Review PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W.N.BURDICK. BY TERMS: $1.60 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. In- DROWNED AT OI/EKMONT! A terrible calamity happened at Clor- DioDton Thursday afternoon by whi.'h two lifts want out in the morning of their existence, nnd four othors were barely saved, through the hemic cflorts of one man, Jacob Keitlinger. The party was made up of six young pao- plo from Castalia, who, wllh others were having a Sunday school picnia on the south side of the river, at Clermont. The load referred to undertook to ford the rivor, below the bridge, on starting home, and drove into the whirlpool, jiut below the ford. Bert Shroycr, who wai driving the team, and bin cousin, Floreuoc Merrison, wore drowned. Tho other occupants of the vehUle were Hoy Shroyer. Bena Shaffer, May Lambert nnd Blanche Kiggs. The horses were both drewned and it is almost a miracle that any of the company were saved. It is tho .•addest calamity that has overshadowed this seutioa for along time, and tho warm sympathy ol -nll is extended to tho beroavod. funeral al the U. B. ehuruh, al Castalia, lordorrow (Saturday) at 11:00, a. in. —Look over the changes iu Crosby's advertisement to-day. John -Uet your dresses for fall, at JNO. CKOSBT'S. —Six Loaves of Bread for 26c, llakerv. - Geo. Conley was up from gor over Sunday. at the If McUre- —Baby Shoes only 25c per pair, at Luhman & Sanders'. -•Mrs. J. Hiley's sistor returned to Nobrs-ska last week. —Joe Crawford Sheffield Inst week. dropped in from —Now is tho time to get Dress Goods at JNO. CKOSBT'S. -Marshall Tuller drunk Monday night. ran in a plain —Miss Maude Phillips left Monday night for Mason City. — Several parties from Waukon took tho Denver excursion. - Fred Kluss sold binder on Wednesday. Marston's last —Miss Loring will remove to rah in about two weeks. Deco- —Initiation of candidates in A. O. 13. \V. lodge on Saturday ovening of this week. A full attendance desired. By order of M. W. —Lots of New (ioods, at Luhninn & Sanders' next week. —We have received complitnetitaries to tho September meeting of the Mason City Turf Club, to bo held Sept. Cth to 10th, inclusive. It is expected that a special train will be run from McGregor. A great meeting and great sport expoctod. See largo and small bills. —Koy. Burton will preach his farewell sormon next Sunday. Epworth League Excursion. As it lias boon currently reported that there would be no other steamboat excursion this summor Rov. Lockwood desires us to say that the rogular Epworth League excursion will come off Aug. 31st without fail. Those desiring tickets in ndvnnco of the day can procure thorn of Honry Luhman at tho store. Further particulars noxl week. —Tho fairs of this section occur as follows: Fayette, Aug. 80th to Sept. 2nd inolnsivo. Clayton, Kept. 6th to 9th inoluiivo. Winneshelk, samn dates as Clayton. Allamakee, Sept. 12th to 16th inclusive. Howard county comes first, Aug. 23d to 26lh inclusive. Strawberry Point district fair, Bopt. Olli to 23d iuclusive. Iowa StAto Fair Aug. 20tli to Sept. 2d inclusive. —Miss Bessie Warner has returned from her Mason City visit. —Henry Luhman has our thanks for somo fine specimens of pond lillies from tho Mississippi, sent up by Mrs. Hobo Woils. Ladies' Pine 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. —John Moir's BOW soda fountain is a daisy. Try it this hot weather. -Messrs. Schneider. and Schmidt were up from Klgiu last Sunday. —Mrs. Eckert, of Gutt<mburg, is the guest of her frienib, tho Missos Prior. -It is to bo hoped thai the next steamboat excursion will gu someplace. -You can sn\o ^5 cents on evory dollar by buying Dress Goods, at JNO. CKOSJV'S. 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, LUHMAN & SANDERS. --H. H. Lien and Tony Marshall, accompanied by Miss Loring nnd Miss ltcna Crosby, took in Decorali last Monday. —Charloy McQuillan and Joo Thill took the Saturday night train for Minneapolis. - Mr. and Mrs. L. N. St. Ansgar, have been this week. Errickson, of visiting hero • -The Waukon stngo busted a wheel last Tuesday, on its way home, standing its oecupanlH on their heads for a "short time only." —Did nnybody notico that it has been warm occasionally this weok? It may have suited the corn but it was too much for our avoirdupois. —Mrs. It. F. Hcokor, accompanied by Misses Bortha Meyer nnd Katie Horrigan, wont to Lansing Tuesday to visit with tho Trayer girls. --Miss Lillian Laughlin and her sister Emma, now Mrs. Brooks, of Sibley, are visiting homo nnd friends here, and all are delighted to see them. -Wo rcgrot Kd.^ard Stnadt, from dropsy. that our neighbor, is Buffering groatly —M. O. Taylor and wife spent last Sunday down at Marvin Nichols', below Luana. —Miss Kiln Dennis will return home to Dubuquo this eyoning. Miss Edna Lucas will accompnny hor and remaiii sevoral weeks. —Miss Northcott, of McGregor, visited with her friend, Miss Prior a day or so this wook. —Just an even dozen boarded tho Cloar Lake oxcursion train Sunday to attend the musical. —Mott 4 Taylor have finished Ellison Orr's new barn, and without seeing it wo will wager a nickel that it is tho best barn of its size in seven miles. — Misses Graco aud Poarl Otis, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Geo. Otis and chil dron, of Monona, havo boon visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Meior this woek. —Warner's Comedy Co. will hold tho boards at West Union during th fair. Wish they would give us a few dates this fall. They will also be Waukon fair weok. —Mrs. Jas. Orr and Mrs. F. M. Orr went to Spirit Lake on Tuesday for a visit aud an outing. -H. C. Scliultz is now our chauipi on advance paid subscriber, his receipt carrying him to Doc. 1st, 1894. W hope our old friend is getting rich out on tho Pacific coast. —Hire's Root Beer, only 5 conls a glass, at John Thoma's. —Only 25o per pair for Button Shoes, nt Luhman & Sanders'. For Sale. My residence on the north Bide. MRS. H. B. HAZLETON. Gospel Hymns. Nos. 5 and 6 consolidated, 65 cts., at the BEVIEW otllco. Mies Anna Easton, Instructor on the piano and Postville, Iowa. organ, Miss Nollie H. Abbott, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postvillo, Iowa. RIGHT HERE! Every Day. .Every.Hour. Six days in the week. Honorably seeking your, patronage. Horse-Shoeing. No hit anil miss, bwt a good job every clatter nnd prices very reasonable. Titos. SHOUTKEED. —Tho Tennosseeans will give a concert at tho M. E. church, in Postvillo, Sopt. 15th or 16th, with two moro poo- plo than when hero before. Further notico hereafter. J. M. Harris has rented his farm for a term of yoars and will move iuto town next spring without any doubt. Ho will either buy or rent a houso, to ake possession March 1st next. Ho and his estimable wife will bo welcomed back to Postvillo. Now if Dnvo acobia would go and do likewise we would surely kill tho fattod cnlf. Wo ike to seo tho prodigals return. -We linvo got to ba satisfied with a ight crop generally this year, especinl- oats and corn. Oats made a henry growth of straw but tho grain is light. Corn can't make more than two-thirds of a crop if it ripens. At the same time everything is so much bettor than seemed to bo possible during tho early pari of Iho season that wo ought to bo satisfied. Wo haro enough of everything ami to spare. —During the past few days W. J. Holahnn has closed thresher deals with the following parlies: liyan & Humphrey, Monona township, complete stoam outfit; Suhuetto <& Mines, Grand Meadow township; complete horse power outfit, and a separator to Kerns & McKeruan, of Castalta. All of tho above goods are of tho colobratod J. I. Case T. M. Compauy's manufacture, which fact alone is sulllciant guarantee of their superiority. Our Crsat Sacrifice Sale Is still going on, and will contimva-through August.' Now isthetim« to get youi* Di\..s ; < I'J -oods. They are going fast. The price sell& them every time- Look for the price marked in RED. Former price marked in BLACK. FOB SALE! Buggies of All DoRCriptions. Guarantee: After two weok's trial if tho Rico Coil Spring proves not to bo the easiest ridoron earth, will cxehonge and give any spi ing desirod—with the 'Handy Top;" tho most cohvonient buggy. W. S. WBUSTF.H. Dr. Will Colo's Dental Booms Will hcroaftcr bo open every wflck day, as I havo lusociatod with mo Dr. M A. Humphrey, a graduato of the dental school at Iowa city, and a good oporator. I shall continue to visit Post­ villo on Tuesday aud Wednesday of each woek, as heretofore. WILL COLE, D. D. S Tako Notico, That tho Podlvillo Stoam Holler will grind Feed, Corn Mual aud ham Monday aud Saturday of week horouftor. Having added a of wood-working machinery we Mills Gra each line are WASH DHESS GOODS. Persian Mulls, fast colors, price £08;- • 'will be I4jc per yard. Canton Cloths, figured, fast colors, pretty; pride 15c; will he 1 lie per yard. Light Colored Lawns, open stripej.very.fine, price 15<S; V will he l-Olo per yard Fast Black Lawn, open stripe, price 15c; •will he 1 lie per yard. Fast Black Lawn, stripe, wice 12*c; will be 9c per yard. Fast Black Bedford, light figure and stripe, price 15c; • will belle per yard. The Finest French Black Figured Sateen, price 35c; ' will h© S6ic per yard.' Look for RED price on our Black and White India' Linens. Our line of White G-oodSyBlaek and White Embroidered Patterns and every piece of embroidery we haye. : <•"'.''. WOOL DRESS GOODS. < Every piece iu tho store will havo tho BF.D price on it, look for it. -A good, i time to get your dresses for fall.- Finest all wool, silk liu'ish ilonrlattn, -40 in. ividc.hlnck, brown, cardinal, light gray, medium blue, light blue, prico 70c; will ho 6'2o pel yard. Fine Henrietta, black and all colors, price 10c; red price will bo 21c por yard. .. Bcdfords, Chovrons. ail novelties in dress good-*, tho cheap nnd the good, will havo tho HKI> price; look for it; it will bo low. Yon never bought Dress Goodr. so cheap, nor will yo« again, it matters' not.what others toil you. prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notico. Bring in your logs and have them sawod. Kespectfully, E. D. STII.E8. LADIES' VESTS. i at Standard! Standard! If you are in nood of a Sowing Machine it will pay yon to buy tho Standard llotnry Shuttle Sowing Machine, the host mnchiiio on tho market. Because it is the only Rotary Shuttle manufautuiod. It sows faster, runs lighter and does bettor work than nny machine on the road. Call on- or address, C. A. HAUDWICK, Agt., 4w Postyilln, Iowa. Farm For Sale, now offer for sale the Win. Mitch- oil farm, 3} milos west of Postville, containing 161 acres, with good-house, burns and outbuildings, an unfailing well and runuing water on tho prouj' iscs, and fenced in several Holds. Causo of soiling, advanced yoars and inability to superintend it. For terms call on the undersigned' on the prohi- iscs. (17mU) JAS. KENNEDY. —Mrs. L. Jonukalb informs us that G. S. Tuttlo expects to come down here this fall for a vacation. —Our August sale is a big ono. I Don't buy ANr goods till you got our prices. JNO. Cuosur. —John Parker leavos us for Inde- I petitionee on Monday. His family will romain hero for a while. —Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Armsby, | of Canada, cousins of Mrs. Nelson . McGhee. of Hardin, are visiting hor. —Joo Beuchor, Wm. Shepherd, Ed Maroor.oj and Chris Stroobol took iu i tho "scenery" at Elgin last Sunday. —A. L. Meier is thiuking somo of going iuto business nt Monona. We would like to havo him remain here, but wo would rather havo him go to Monona than go further. —The largest congregation that ever attended a religious mooting in Post- villo was gathered in anil around tho lent last Sunday evening. It is estimated that from 600 to 800 were present. Fino Stationery: . The REVIEW office has recoutly received direi.t from tho factory in Massachusetts a case of tho linost stationery made for tho retail trade, both by the box and by the quire oi smallor quantities, which wo sell at tho samo prico as common paper is sold for Come and soo it if you waut a good artiole at a low prioe. Local stationery (Postville, lown, printed in gilt) only 30 cts. ALL SUMMER Clothing Marked WAT DOWN. -Mrs. D. A. Jet-aid recoived the sad news of hor fathor's death on Wednos- | day of this woek at his homo in Illinois. -Congressional conventions a week from next Wodnesday. Republican at New Hampton, demn«rallo at Deoorah. — Col. Snnford will lectiiro at Mono| na, Aug. 16th and at Waukon, Aug. 17th and 18th. He is a great lecturer. •-Louisiana Dimouson, Cypross , Shingles nnd Arkansas Yellow Pine Finishing, for sale at SANDEUS & KAI-I.EK'S. —Tlio editor has beon troubled with the grip, the heat, tho dumps, or something, this weok, and has not folt mueh liko shoving tho load pencil. Perhaps the reader will be relieved on this account. —Eitgeno Hanckett, of Piano, III., is hero on a visit of sovoral weeks to his parents. He has a good position in the factory of tho Piano machine Co His sister, Uottn, is down staying with his wife during his absence. —The following havo handed in "the root" this wook and have our sincero thanks; , R. H. Uroff, A. L. Moior, M. O. Taylor, J. J. Crawford, H. C. Sohuitz, W. 11. Morse, 34.60 22.33 Council Proceeding!. Marshal's report shows dog tax ool- leotod to the amount of 30.00. Impounding linos, C.00. Tho following bills wore allowed: John VanVclzor, 83 load slono, 8S.00 John Cole, labor on streets, John Cole, labor of team on streets, E. F. Modary, publishing ordinance No. 108 and 200 blank lioeusos, - - 12.00 W. A. Henderson, hauling stone, .60 H. Ellis, labor on sidowalk al Go nil an Lutheran church, 1.75 F. W. Tuller, labor on grader, J1.25 C. I. Bishop, making bulletin board, - - - 1.00 S..F. Clinton. lumbor;forsidewalk at German Lutheran ohurcb, 13.82 S. V. Clinton, lumber, - 38.67 John Pixler, labor on sidowalk at German Lutheran church, 1.60 GOOD FARM FOR SALE. My farm of 209 acres for sale. Situ- atod in Madison township, Wiunosheik Co., Iowa, three and a half miles wos 1 of Decornh, in soctions 11 and 14. Well improved and timbor enough for farm use. In good state of cultivation Woll watered and good buildings, School within six rods of house. Long time will bo given on part payment Inquire on farm for pariiqulars. Adilross, Wst. MclNTosri, • (Box. 238*) Decovah.Iowa. — Madam Mitchell can toll yon tho Past, Preseut and Future. If you are iu troublo over marringo, love or business affairs, or if you-have beon afflicted for years and think thoio is no rem edy for you. call and giyo her a trial as her powora aro wonderful. The Madam has saved thousands from ruin and mado countless homos hnppy, and will show you the likouoss of your future partner. Call and bo convinced of hor wonderful powers, at hor resl denco, north of the Milwaukee depot, Postville, Iowa. Miss Mary Willman. WM. SHKI-UERU, Recorder. —Remember, evory pwoa of Dress Goods in our store is in this great sale | through August only. JNO. CBO »nr. • Tho teachers' institute will open at [ Waukon next Monday and our young men will bo very lonesome fot two or throe weeks. -Frank Tuller had a lively run| away on Tuesday ami a narrow escapo. I As it luruod out a few dollars will { repair tho damage. —The storm on Tuesday was bad on oats not out, lodging them badly, but wnv good on corn, potatoes nnd pastures. It was very dry. —If the woathor continues good the threshing tuaoliluo will be started next week and then we shall soon know the status of the small grain crop. —Ouo piooo of street U goittg bo fixed sure, aud tho worst piece in town in a muddy timo. Wo refer to the stroot between Douglass' drug store and Clin ton's lumber shed. It is being nutcad- atuiacd. This will be a good begiu- uing. _ -Large soctions of Minnesota and South Dakota have been terribly devastated by storms during the past ten days, and sections of Kansas havo been scalded by hot winds. Our crops are not heavy but thoy have boon mostly saved in good order. Oarpot and Wall Paper Cheap. We overlooked mentioning tho change In Clnias' advorlisemout last week. He is closing out his stock of oarpets and wall papui at greatly reduced, prices. Don't fall to drop in and see theso goods and tho very low prices at which they are now offered. —V io m a letter written to a friend bore, we loarn that Wultor Loomis. formerly nr. omplnyo In KUms' harness Weather and Crops. DKS MOINKS, Aug. 9.—Tills has been tho hottest and dry est woek of tho season, tho dally average temperature being about three degrees above nor IUKI,' and tho rainfall very light, with moro than tho usual amount of sun shine. In portions of the Missouri valley droughty conditions are reported and showers nro needed to save the growing crops from threatoued dam age. Corn has mado groat progress and is generally doing well; no appro eiable damage being apparent as yot from the excessive boat. Tho harvest of smell grain is completed in the southern districts and well advanood iu all parts of th> state. All reports, with raro exceptions, Indicate a very light yield of oats, continuing previous estimate of 60 per oont. The largest crop of hay ever raised Iu Iowa is now secured, and generally in good condition. With timely rains and seasonable loraporaturi for the next six weeks, the more advanced of tho roimiiniutr oroitt will ituioh maturltr. —Tho Valder Business College and Normal School nt Decorali, lown, has sovon coursos of study: Commercial Normal, Soiontilic, Shorthand nn Typewriting, Penmanship. Teaoliers' Reviow. Common School and Solocl, 426 students duriug tho past year. 180 graduates. 200 onrollod from Wmho sheik Co. Docoruh is tho cheapest place to board and room in the northwest. Text-books aro rented. Fait term opons August 29. Drop a postal card for catalogue coitniuing full information. It also contains a large list of students who aro holding paying positions. 18 cent ones 20 " " 25 " " 35 " '• 60 60 75 at fancy, at - " with sleeves, " fancy. • ii very lino - « Lisle thread, whito, with siecvev, - " " extra fiuo, with sloevos, ' LADIES* WALKING SHOES. Styles tho latest. 8c 15c 21o 27c 45c 62c Theso will be in 'hp Ui:,n prico. All desirable. 1.00 Walking Shoos", good style," will bo ... - Oo " " (Picnic) every pair warranted, . t 1.50 " " " patent tip, every pair warranted, 1.50 " " (Popular) turned, warranted; nn ensy shoe and a- seller, will bo 2.00, " " patent leather trimmed nnd lip. hand turned, every pair warranted, will bo 2.25 " " cloth top and plain top,.in the now too, overy\.pnlr warranted, will bo •'• 2 60 " " pat cht leather ynmp, ovcry pair warranted, will bo All goods marked with tho RED prico will bo STRICTLY CXSII.'. .'. • IW ONE PRICE TO ALL, NO DEVIATION JOHN CROSBY, Pbstville. P. S. l'.emembor! We do the Boot and Shoe Business in PoBtvillo! 85o . 1.15' 1.25 . 1.26 , 1.66 I.'75' 2.00 POSTVILLE, IOWA. K. N. DOUGLASS, rnE3. J F. SM 1TII, )AS..MCBWBN,CISHIS«. PAID UP CAPITAL, $25,Q00. Do a Gouern^. Banking Business. , Buy nnd soil Foreign and Domostio Exchange. Accounts oi Farmers, Merchants and others received and carefully pruleo'.ed. Interest paid on'TIUIQ DepiisitB. Investments made for outside parties on favorable tortus. ^©-Protected by lire proof vault and screw door, t safo. Safety deposit steel drawers for rent. imo lock, burglar proof (jBSiiABS I DRAIN r Qu OHOIOE LINE OF DOMESTIC * IMPORTED striTiNas JUST RECEIVED ! THE CLERMONT BRICK x TILE FURNISH ALL' KiNDS OF DRAIN TILE AND BRICK, In "Wholesale and Retail quantities. Our Briok and Tile are manufactured of the Beist White Clay, and- are Burnt So Hard there is praotically NO BREAK-' AQ-E in shipping. Drop us a postal card stating nunw ber of feet and size of tile wanted. We will than give you price for same delivered at your station- Yours Truly, HOSSFELD & DIBBLE. (ioo'if All Wool Suits for $20. Uonulno Clay Worsted, *24 and up, Fino Worsted aud Chiuuhilla Overcoats from »1S to »25. Everything warranted O. K. Call enrh and leave your order. D. A. JJCRALD, Merchant Tailor. BLACKSMITH & WAG-ON SHOP. AND NOW We Want to Tell ?ou' About our repairing department. We haye engaged the services of a finished workman i T i orMi+irir*

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