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LUHMAN & SANDERS. SHOES! We have just finished our Yearly voice, and find that we have a many odd makes of Shoes on hand In- good The Postville Weekly Review. PUBLISHES EVERY SATURDAY BY W. N.BURDICK. TERMS: $l,bO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Six Loaves of Bread for 2fic, at tbe Bakery, tf —J. B. Dubuque. Hart spent last Sunday in — Mrs. J. Nicolay is visiting relatives in Lansing. —Fayette county next Tuesday. (air commences —The summer will soon return. vacation wanderers Which We Will Sell at EXTREMELY LOW Until all are cleared up baby. —Frank Hinton is pa to a girl Congratulations. —Miss Katie Horrignn has been visiting at Mason City this week. - The plows are turning over the soil in all directions since the rains. — H. D. Angell is out In O'Britn county running a steam thresher. —Miss Josephine Seitz, of McGregor, is visiting her siRter, Mrs. A. L. Meior. 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. 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. —Prof. H. E. Hmd, of the Upper Iowa University, called briefly on Wednosday. —Fred Thouia has put a brand new sidewalk in in front of II. H. Lien's city grocery. -We shall endeavor to havo a full stock of school supplies before our school opens. -Dr. C. L. Topliff will be at tho Park House, Tuesday ami Wednesday, AUK. SO and 31. - Hor many friends will rojoice to know that Mrs. Bettys is recovering from her lute illness. For Sale. My residence on tho north side. MRS. H. B. HAZLETON. Miss Anna Bast on, Instructor on the piano awd organ, Postville, Iowa. Mies Nellie H. Abbott, f eacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. —E. K. Marsh has purchased Carl Meyer residence property Tilden street. Consideration $800. the ot Good Farm For Sale or Bent. A good farm of 200 aeres, b\ miles southwest of Postville. For terms and information Inquire at this office. Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatter and prices very reasonable. Titos. SHORTRKED. —We regret to learn of tho death of our old friend of thirty-Uye years standing, Julius F. Webster, of Cresco. We believe he has taken n copy of every paper we have been eon with during that time. Wn can heartily sympathize with those who mourn the departure of this curly setllur of northeastern Iowa. —Order Sanders'. your Flour at Lulininn & —So fni as wo know the list of lish- ors on Yellow river this week was as follows: Joint Crosby. W. J. Hanks, 'Gone Stockman, Clias. Burling, Chas. Weber, Virgil McWilliams, Ed. Gass, Uedfrey Slaadt, Johnnie Thoma and Fritz Wilkc. It is no wonder that it was an unhealthy time for the denizens of tho deep. -Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bullock are ,",) v'sitinc in town. IK.'clcd | " , m Miiis Alice Kerr has been seriously indisposed for some days. - Mr. Edward Staadt is still in very poor health, we are sorry to state. -Mrs. Win. Lcni is keeping books for tho farmers' creamery for Ellison Orr. Small House to Bent. Un Williams street, east of Lawler. Apply to Mrs. H. Mitchell, north of Milwaukee depot. Small Farm For Bale. The John Moir farm of 40 acres, a 1 half mile south of Postville, is now for sale. Call on John Moir for particulars. DIED. At the residence of his daughter, Mrs. H. J. Sehnllz, iu Postvillo, on Friday, Aug. 19th, 18'J'J, John Friday, aged a little ovor C8 jear.i. Funeral from the residence on Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. J. Gass, of the German Lutheran church. He leaves three sons and a daughtor to mourn ins Ion. —As expected oats are turning out to be a '.igst crop. A boat twenty to thirty-five bushels to the acre is tho report of the threshers. Barloy is a good crop but the quality is somewhat off. —We rogret that our esteemed friends. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, of Mt. Vornon, Mo., have failed to get their HKYIKW rogularly of late. Wo do tho mailing ourself and can guar antee that the paper is regularly mailed. Wo believe tho trouble must Ho at tho Mt. Vernou postoflico. At all events wo hope that tho trouble may not continue —Special trains have boon run on tho Burlington from Decorah t» Independence this week, but they havo not beeu very largely patronized, the weather has been so unfavorable for the races. -Miss Addle Moses, of Cedar Rap- l Ms. visited with her friend, Miss Lena McDaneld, this weak. —H WAS not the unoxpoctod that happened at the Wednesday contentions. Both candidates for congress were nominated by acclamation, but one candidate soing prosented in either convention. —J. N. Leithold received the sad intelligence of the death of his youngest son, Gcorgo, in California, on Tuesday. Tho cause of death was given as asphyxiation from gas. Ho was buried in Woodland, Ciil., on Wednesday of this week. No particulars havo yet been received, except the bare dispatch. Tho many friends of tho family sympathize with thorn in their great and sudden bereavement. - Cashier McEvven is treating himself to a tine now barn; Mftt & Taylor builders. —Will Lcui and wifu Ieavo next Monday for DnsMoines to attend tho stato fair. —It is roported that four residences were burglarized in New Hampton Wednesday night. —Mrs. II. C. Baily and daughter Louiso have beea visiting in this section for some time. POSTVILLE; IOWA. K N. DOUGLASS. Pr.cs. J. F. SMITH, V. P JAS. McEWUN, CASHIER. PAID UP CAPITAL, $26,000. Do n General Ilivnkiug Business. Buy ami MJU Foreign and Domestic Kxcliaugx. Accounts ot Farmers, Merchants and others received and carefully, protected. lutiTi••'.! .inid on Time Deposits. I.-ivi'-t.ii'fiin made for outside par- tirj-, en f-.- .u -Hide torms. J^TProtected by fin: safe. Safoty deposit Mi I'lrnnf "iv .'.lt and "crt rl ilrawei'M fur ivnl. timo lock, burglur proof We AND NOV/ Want to Tell TTovi —Chairman Moier has purchased tho yoting booths of a Winoua firm for 84.41 each. It requires 77 booths. --Tho Postville band is going to got iu shape for the campaign and will make tilings howl. "Secsto wohl?" - Mr. Edward Schroeder is still very low, but tho doctors entertain some hope that ho will recover. Wo liopo he may. —Secretary Hendrick don't scorn to be doing any fair advertising in the newspapers this year. This looks to us like a mistake — Tho REVIEW will now be sent to new subscribers to Jan. 1st for 49 ots. I Send it to your frionds. -J. A. Parker i< holding up tho reputation of tho Parker barber shop in good shape. See card. —Mrs. O. A. Abel and Miss Mamie loft Thursday morning for Sheffield for a visit of several weeks. •II. B. Taj lor has purchased the shop of Cale Bishop and will sontimie the business at tho old stand. —Prof. J. P. MeKinley, of Elgin, was up last Saturday and made this oftiee a pleasant call. He is now solo owner of tho Echo, and expects to make that his business after the next school yoar. -Mrs. Joseph Riloy's sister, who was hero on a visit a short timo ago, is reported as lying at the point of denth j at her homo in Nebraska. The tinccr- j taiuty of lifo is made more and more apparent overy day. Card of Thanks. Wo wish hereby to extend our thauks to our neighbors and friends for thoir assistance and sympathy in our bereavment, tho douth of our father. Mus. II. J. SCIIULTZ & BiwrnKHs. -W. S. Webster is in South Dakota this week, superintending tho threshing on his ample estate out there. -Docnrah will probably soou have freo mail delivery. Our neighboring city is looking up in all directions. -Mrs. R. N. Deuglass, and children, Uuth, Anna and Harvey, are visiting parents and grand parents at Algona. -Dr. D. C. Jorald, of Elma, was | down over Sunday visiting his SOB, 1). A. Jorald. We are indebted for a call -Louisiana Dinionson, Cypress ISbiuglos and Arkausas Yellow Pine I Finishing, for sale at SANDERS & KAPLER'S, Take Notice, That tho Postvillo Steam Holler Mills will grind Feed, Corn Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of each week hereafter. Having added a lino of wood-working machinery wo are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notice Bring in your logs and have them sawod. Rospactfully, E. D. STILUS. — Mr. Jacob Leui had a very severe sick spell tho foro part of the weok, but we are pleased to state ho is now convalescent. About our repairing department. We have engaged the services of a finished workman in addition to our regular force, and shall be able to do all manner of work promptly and in a first-class manner. A trial will convince you. Springing, Timing and Adjusting high, grade watches a specialty. Engraving, Etching and all manner* of jewelry work is in our line. Prices lower than ever, and a written guarantee given with every piece of watch work done. Give us a trial. Respectfully, w. j. HANKS & co. —J. B. Hart wishes to Announce that liis meat market will be open for the accommodation of his patron? on Suiij days between tho hours of 7 and 9 o'clock a. m., only. - Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders and Gilbert and Mrs. Coyle arrived home from Denver last night and report the biggest kind of a time. Miss Addio Sanders slopped of! atDaykin, Neb., to visit hor sister, Mrs. C. W. Douglass. I —Tho remains of Jas. Stephenson ware brought here from Mt. Vornon for interment last Tuesday. He was one of the oarly settlors of Postville though ho has not residod hare for nineteen years. Ho was elghty-ons yoars old last April. Epworth League Tickets. Tickets for the Epworth League railroad and steamboat excursion are ou salo at tho tailor shop of D. A. Jorald. The number of tickets is limited to 150 and hence it is advisablo to secure them iu advance. Farm For Salo. now offer for salo tho Win. Mitchell farm, SJ miles west of Postville, ontaiiiing 161 acres, with good hottso, barns and outbuildings, an unfailing well and running water on tho promises, and fenced in soveral Holds. Cause of selling, advanced years and inability to superintend It. For terms call ou tho undersigned on tho prom iscs. (17m3) JAS. KENNEDY. —And again ws present a lino list of paid subscriptions this weok, four of them being now subscribers. Our thanks are exlendod to each and all, and we hope to morit their continued patronago: II. J. Culvor, S. D. Putnam, J. A. Musser, Guy W. Higbey, Win. Harris, Mrs. J. McDonald, C. P. Sawyer, A. Donaldson, Mrs. Susan Early. -Peter Nelson, a banker of Canton, S. D., sou of Halvor Nelson, residing noar Elgin, was brought home yesterday very low with consumption. Ho is the fifth child, we believe who has boon stricken with this dread disr.iso. CLEARING SALE OF List of Letters remaining uncalled for in the postoflico at Postville, Iowa, Aug. 22. 1892. Parties calling for any of them will please say "AdvortiBOd:" E. O. Riggc 2, C. Williams. Postal Cards:—F. W. Sardeson. JAS. PKUUV, P. M. -Mrs. Jacobs and Mrs. McGregor, of McGregor, visited with Mrs. Fred Thoma last week, returning on Saturday. fsmmmm -Postmaster Bock, of New Albin, aud I. D. Fowlor, of Lansing, made us a pleasant call on Wednesday afternoon. ALL SUMMER — Tho trains for the raeos take n few to Independence from PoUvillo ovsry day, though the attendance so far has not been large. —Miss Agnes Farloy, of Glard, stop| pod off here ou her way home from tho 1 normal school at Decorah, to visit with Mrs. W. C. McNeil. Fins Pasturage. I havo spleudld pasture for horses and other stock adjoining Postville on tho south. Terms $1.25 per month, or 35 ots. por week, payable strictly in advance at Wm. Shuphord's office 22 W 3 P. J. BEUCHKX. WA7 DOWN. -Hon. S. B. Zoigler, of West Union, called on his way to tho New Hampton convention. Mr. Zeigler is a very entortainiug visitor. -Our six room resideucs on Bummer street will b« for rent Sept. 22nd. It is one of tho pleasantsst locutions tor [ a small family in town. -We have added to our oditiou of papors sufficiently now so that wo hope to bo able ta till all orders without resorting to half shoots. - Wo believe tho Wlnnosheik ceunty fair folks would do well to give us a special train ouo day during their fair. Goutlomen, will you do it? —'Gus MoNoil has been narryiug grips and smoking cigars for Ed. Cornell this weok, the latter taking in llio "hoia'tVot" at lndepoudonco. —Mrs. A. P. Abbott n turned from, h»r extended visit east on Wednesday tuovnlng, eyidontly to the groat delight of the deacon and other friends. —We have never seforo received so many new subscribers at this season of tho yoar. Ouo of the new ones this week pays for two years in advance, tho first thing of tho kind that has ever occurred in our experience and shows the confidence that is very gratifying to us. —It is very seldom in our newspaper exporlence that we have got out a paper under as bad physical disability j "JQ "" j'gg., as is tho case this week. A severs cold, with grip symptoms and general collapse ha* charasterized our coadi- tiou for ths past week. Wo hope our sun will alilna brighter next week. —It is not creditable to this section of tho county that not cue of the throe delegates to tho eongressional convou- lion accredited to Post attonded the convention. As no alternates were choson aud the delegates presont wore instructed to cast tho full vote of the oouuty it was useless for other republicans ts attend. Wo hope, that a tiks condition of affairs will not occur again, because it shows a vory unhealthy apathy. —Tho organization of tho Elkader state bank was perfected on Monday, tho capital stock of $50,000, paid up capital, having been fully subscribed. The officers elected are: President, H. H. Ungsnsick; vico president, D. D. Murphy; cashier, U. C. McGahovau. Directors: J. Kauu, F. D. Baylcss, D. D. Murphy, Olo Johnson, P. J. Cain, F. J. Meihl, H. H. Hagensick. Tho new organization has purchased tho. postolttce corner building, and a committoo consisting of F. D. Baylcss, J. J. Kaun and D. D. Murphy are authorized to lit up tho brilding with a plate glass front, vault, safes, fixtures, etc. The work will at once commence in preparing tho building and the bank be opened for business this fall. —The U. S. fisV commissioner has deposited a carload of blaok and whits bass, pereh and shannel oattish in tho Iowa rlvui near Decorah. Fishing iu tho IOWA ought to bo good after A while. FOB SALE I Buggies of AH Descriptions. Gnarantoei Aftor two woek's trial if I the Rloo Coil Spring proves uot to bo ' the easiest rider on (nrth, will exchange and giv* any spiing deairod— with the i "Handy Top," tho most convenient! buggy. W. S. WKBSTBK. I Dr. Will Cole's Dental Booms Will hereafter be open every weok day, as I have ntsocintod with uio Dr. M A. Humphrey, a graduato of the dental school at Iowa city, and a good operator. I shall continue to visit Postville on Tuesday and Wednosday of each week, as horotoforo. Wiu. Com, D. D. S. Epworth League Excursion. Another of those popular steamboat excursions will cntno off Aug. 31st. Hail- road to Me3regorand taki> steamer Josophlno and barge Mamiu E to Lansing. Round trip faro from Postvillo only $1,00. As this will, be the last steamboat excursion of tho season all should go, O. A. B. National Encampment. At Washington, D. C, Sopt. 20, 1892 For this occasion the Burlington. Cedar ltapids & Northern Railway will sell round trip excursion tickets to Wash ington. D. C, at a rate of less t'.ian ono fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale Sept. 13 to 20 inolnsivo; final limit Stop ovor privileges will be allowed by eastoru linos, which will give old soldiers a chance to visit tho various battle fields. For further information call on or nddross any agent of the company, orJ. B. Hannegan, G. T. & P. A. FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. I WILL GIVE A REDUCTION OF 20 PEH CENT OU WALL PAPER' And 10 Per Cent on All Grades of Carpet. A splendid opportunity to get a nice Carpet at Wholesale price. Come and get First Choice. Yours Truly, WALTER CHRISS. Are the Best and Cheapest Ranges Made in the World. —The rains this wook have tsuded to make business good at the stores, and those merchants who im»- h»- — -Madam Mitchell can toll you tho Fast','Present and Future. If you are in trouble over marriage, lovo or business att'air*. or If w« !•>•>•» < """" - -A largo number of our sports organized fishing partios and went down on Yellow river, below Ion, last Monday in pursuit of tho finny tribe, l'lioy were duly and truly prepared to camp out aud beard tho mosquito in his den. But the raius descended ami the floods canio and thoy made a comparative short stay. They brought back a goodly supply of fish, though, and wo are indobted to 'Gene Stockman's party for a whale of the pickerel tribe Hint rnado us dure. It was indued a beauty and our only regret was that our nppelito was not as good as it is usually. Many thanks for the lino prosont. Weather and Crops. "Dk',s MOINES. Aug. 3, 1892.—Tho weather during tho past weok has boon exceedingly favorable for stacking and threshing grain, but the deficiency iu rainfall and the oool nights, during the Utter part ot the week, has cheeked 'the heretofore rapid growth of corn, although this crop is reported aa having rnado material advancement, und with occasional light showers and continuation of warm sunshiny weather uutll Sopt. 20th tho crop will bo assured, although the total yield will fall considerably below tho avorago of pro vlnus yours. Stacking of small grain is about ooiuplotiul, and threshing well advauaod, showing a good yield of Another Burglary. On Friday night of last woek tho storo of J. H. Wariield was entered from tho warehouse at the northeast corner by burglars and a largo quantity of tho most valuable goods in the storo taken, incluling dress silks, silk handkerchiefs, jewelry, etc. The dress goods were found tho next day in the yault at tho Burlington depot, in a badly damaged condition. The jewelry and other small articles woro not found. Wo believe there Is vo cluo to the burglars. Wo are load to ask again if it is uot timo that a night watch was put on? With the saloons liconsod it seems to us there ts no oxcuse for not affording Bomo protection against these midnight marauders. Wo believe one man could covor tho business portion of tho town so thoroughly that thore would bo comparatively little danger, to say uothing of tho protection against incipient llros. Wo don't propose to dtctato to tho couueii, but wo voice the opinion of many citizens when wo call their attention to tho matter. For over a quarter of a century we have manufactured and sold them direct lo Ihe consumer iu almost every county in tho United States, from the Atlantic to tho Pacific, from the Gulf 10 tho Lakes, you will lind in the homes of tho best people THE FAMOUS HOME COMFORT ! t 1 Our Ranges arc sold only from wagons owned by the company and our men are paid salaries, and no pay all expenses and mnko good all contracts. Remember, notes wheu given are not sold or trausferrod, but arc iniido payable at your owu door without interest or expense. Home Comfort Rangos aro rnado of thq ; best cold rolled stoel, with niaUonblo iron tops, doors aud door frames. The liro box is made of the best new gray cast iron, the (lues are alt lined with abostros (indestructible), and the lire never comes in uniitaot with any part of tho stool used iu its construction. Wo make and soli more Rangus overy year than all othor Range companies in tho United 8tatcs combined. i Wo havo new uoarlj' 800,000 family sizo Ranges in tiso. They are sold to merchants, lawyers, physicians, farmers and everybody else who wants tho best cooking apparatus iu the world. Balow wo publish a fsw of many thousand testimonials wo liayo. Road them and bo convinced that such ineu would uot roc- ommond a humbug. Respectfully, WROUGHT IRON RANGE CO. —"Always bettor and bettor." Peterson's Magazine for Seplembor is in many respects the best number for this yoar, excellent as its predecessors have been. Tho full page engraving is a bnanty aud tho fashion plates and needle work dovigns aro up to their customary high standard, "The Court of Montenegro," by E> Marcel, is a most Interesting sketch and is admirably Illustrated. "Some Scenic Features of Colorado," an article by Lue Ellen Tatars, has a lino photogravure of the Garden of the Gods, bosldes giving a capitally written account of the favorite health-giving rujoi'ts of that wonderful region. "Neath Orohard Boughs," is a beautiful posm, by Verona Coe Holmes, with an illustration worthy of it.' .':A Sea Change," by E. C. Croighton, is just the story to read on a wavm August afternoon and has a Gersiiora U. Hill, M. D., Iowa Hospital for tho Insane, Independence, Iowa, Juno 6, 1891, says: "I am pleased to say Unit the range put into this institution iu July, 1888, gives satisfaction aud continues to do gopd work. Wo do not uso it particularly for baking, but for general cooking it answers our purpose vory well." C. K. Cummins, Superintendent of Hardin County Poor Farm, Juno 80, 1891, ways: "I have boeu using a Home Comfort Range for over two.,years, manufactured by the Wrought Iron Uango Co., of St. Louis, Mo. Itgivos entiro satisfaction, in every, and I can heartily roooiuineiid it to anyone in ncod of a cooking apparatus as <« perfect baker and durable range." Sisters of St. Mary's Il.ospi.tal, Stroat- or, III., June 7, 1891, say: "With pleasure X can stato that the range bought of you September, 1888, has been in steady service for thron years and hns proved most satisfactory, and I would recommend it to nil who wish a range, as it is tirsl-eluss for biiklug, boiling and cooking." Jefferson Clly. Mn„ May 17, 1889. Wrought Irou Uango Co,,. St. Louis. Gentlemen—I used ouo of yuur ranges Louis for several series of lovoly pictures to. aoeeiijutvie j™J Jrevtourto 'mv removlnn- to J«f- lts most telllnir f»«lin-».« nil...-- ••>-- .Wrought Iron Range Co., St. Louis. Gentlemen. The Homo Comfort Range which you sold us about a yoar ago- surpasses all our expectations. Our cooks and everybody in the culinary department nro full of praise for,it.. Besides tho gpnqral eookiug, roastiug. and baking, which is uuoxotdled, the special Improvements of underground chimney, tbu warming ovous which utilize the otherwise 1 lost lieat and prevent it from spreading in, Uio kitchen, ulo.. save us more than twenty por cerit. iii fuel, labor aud time. The steam carving tables also give general sal iff action. Wishing every housekeeper in tho country would buy a Hdiiio Comfort Range, wo remain,' Yours truly, AI.EX.IAX HKOTHKUS OK Sr. Louis. By Bni, Aloysius Sohyns. Toledo, Iowa,'September, l&th, liJiVf. Wrought Irou Stove Co. Genllt'iuoii— I purchased one of your ranges fivo years ago. It has beou In coustant us« and shows no signs whatever of giviug uwtiv. There is uot a warped orovaok- cd piece in ii. Resp'l, L. U. BI.INN, Pres. Toledo Bauki Wrought Iron Ratigo Co., ait. Louis. Gentlemen--Wo tho, uudersigued oiti- zeus of WuMliall county, eaeli puruhag, ed of your salesman ft "Home Com-

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