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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 Which W In- The Postvillc Weekly Review PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W. N.BURDICK. BY TERMS: $ 1 ,b0 A YEAR 1N ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Six Loaves of Hrcad for 20c, at the Hakorv, tf —M iss visiting. —Order Sanders'. Clam Shcdd is in Nebraska your Flour at Luhmiin & —School will commence a nook from next Monday. is visiting with Until - Miss Uattie Mott friends in McGregor. That .vru a sudden change in the weather ou Monday night. —14k Gents' Filled Watches for Slfi.OO, at W. J. HankH & CO'B. --Mrs. Win. Mott rvltirned from her extended eastorti visit lam Saturday. -Edward Staadt died this morning. For Sale. My residence on the north side. MKS. H. B- HAZLETON. Mias Anna Boston. Instructor on the piano and organ, 1'ostvillc, Iown. Miss Mabel DoOou, Poacher of Piano, Organ and raonv, Postville, lown. Ilnr- Oood Farm For Sale or Rent. A good farm of 200 acres, 6j miles southwest of Pontvillo. For terms and information incjuira at this olllcc. Horso-Bhoeing-. No hit and miss, but a good job overy vlntler and prices very reasonable. TlIOS. SlIOltTKKKI). Small House to Rent. On Williams street, east of l.awlor, Apply to Mr*. II. Mitchell, north of Milwaukoe depot. —The Welton farm, over in tho edgo of Wagner township, has been sold for 8G0 per acre. Whoro is tho prieo of northeastern lows dirt going to stop? DEATH ON Tlifi RAIL. —J. week. II. Warlield is In Kansas this A Lady Instantly Killed on tho We»t i -• •— Side of Town. 1 1 n '* h "."tern tomorrow 1 meat market. at Unit's -Mrs. MoKwou and child ran aro expected home the last of next week. —Miss Addio Sanders returned from Nebraska and the far west on Wednesday. Shoes, 2 50 to 2.75; —The Woody singing class and concert hero was not a pronouueed success. Ladies' Fin 3 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, —Warranted Klgin and Waltham Watches for 86.00. at W. J. Hauks & (V s. LUHMAN & SANDERS. SEPT. 12th. And by the way your Hoys may bo out at the elbows, or tho knees, or perilling tha sent of their pants. Wo havo somo Great Ilargaius in Hoys' Suits, raugitig hi prlco from $1.59 lo $7.60. Examine them. It will pay you to loos at our lino of $2.50 and $3.00 Suits. Many of them worth double tho wonsy. They aro mostly Odd Suits—only one of a kind—and we mark them Way Down to oloso. J- H - GRAY. T. K. CtOTHIKR. - Mr. returned tsrduy. and Mrs. from their Fred Taugemau eastern visit yes- —M. A. Hollman and family, of Castalia, left Tuesday for Sioux City to visit relatives. — Ladies' Ilk Hos* Gold Filled Caso and Klgin movement for $15.00, at W J. Hanks & Go's. —The board of supervisors and the district court will both bo In session at Wiuikon next week. —Mrs. J. Bolist and daughters, Allio ami Lillian, of Hampton, have returned homo after a pleasant visit with their cousins, Miss C. Thill and other friends. —As all the schools aro about commencing students, will begin to scatter next week. II. O. Green will commence a medical course at the ntnto university at Iowa City. —187 tickets were sold hero for the Kpworth League excursion on Wednesday. As usual I'ostvillc stands at the head of tho list. The league cleared about i?:lo out of it. Our people Were shocked, a little after 11:00 o'clock on Wednesday ovitu- ing, to learn that a lady had been killed, on the Milwaukeo track, just this side of tho Farmers' creamery. Investigation developed the. fact that Mrs. Henry Hnrtetls, who resides north of j tho tracks, in tho house formerly owned j by .las. Shoehy, with two small children, had been up the track past the croamery, whero tho family hud some potatoes planted, Mr. Kartells being a section hand. She was returning >vith her children, one of which she had in a baby enrriago or wagon, when she heard a tr»in coming. Shu was walking on tho Kurllngtou track, but evidently thought the train was on thai track, for sho picked up the carriage crntaiiiing the youngest child and car- riod it over to tho Milwaukee track, ncd was standing motioning for the other child lo come, when tho engine struck her. throwing her and the child and the baby carriage from the track. The engine did not pass over hor, but sho was instantly killed, her neck being broken and her left shoulder Hhatleroil. Sho was not mutilated to any extent, except a cut on her right check, her jaw being broken. The child was not. seriously injured, which was almost a miracle. The train, which was only an engine and caboose, ran down to the depot uud got Dr. Shophovd and others and ran hack to the seenn of the accident, but Mrs. Kartells was dead. Shu loaves five children, most of them quite small. It is a sad calamity and the family and friends have the sincere sympathy of tho entire town. — Democratic .speech evening at Turner hall. next Tuesday ('has. Skcllon and daughter, go to Chicago tonight. Hoi- --Carl Holler goes east tonight lo interview the Chicago markets and buy a few tons of fall clothing. —J. II. Hurt wishes to announce that his meat market will be open for the accommodation of his patron.! on Sundays between tho hours of 7 and '.) o'clock a. in., only. Small Farm For Bale. The John Moir farm of 40 acres, a half mile south of l'ostvi'llo, is now for sale. Call on Johu Moir for particulars. —Miss Kiln Alward leaves Saturday for Minneapolis lo take in the exposition and visit relatives. —Mr. and Mrs. Kd wards, of McGregor, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shepherd over Sunday. —Road the ohango in J. II. Gray's clothing advertisement. Joo moans business from this on. — The REVIEW will now bo sent to new subscribers to Jan. 1st for 40 cts Send it to your friends. -1). A. Reed and daughter, of Daco- rah, were tho guests of W. F. Dresser and family over Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. F. J. ICIuss went to l'rimghar on a visit, taking advantage of the harvest excursion. --Miss Carrie Jaeohia left for Willow Springs, Mo., on Monday, whero sho will teach the coming your. - Mr. and Mrs. VYm. Thomn, and Mr. and Mrs. ll. Poesch aro iu attend anco upon the LaCrosso fair. Miss Clara Mott terminated her summer vacation at home on Wedncs day and returned to St. Paul. -The following friends are untitled to thanks for cash on subscription this week: J. 11. Han, Jas. I'orry. M. F. Muiphy, A. Stockman, Mrs. II. A. Worhan. -An excursion train will bo run on tho liurlingtoii to tho Pceorali fair, on Friday, of noxt week, arriving at Doco- rah at 10:00 a. m. and roturiug loaves Dcearah at 7:00 p. m. Fare one ami one third faro for round trip. - Sliorifl' Minort was over on Wed nesday evening and Thursday subpoo naing witnesses on tho burglary case pmding against tho two burglars uow in jail, who wore capturod in Skolton & Tnngemnn's store somo time ago. —Mrs. E. T. Henderson mid youngest son left for California on Monday, to try tho effect of that climate on Mrs. Henderson's health. Wo hopo they will have a siifo and pleasant trip and that she may hu fully restored to health. —Nancy Hanks heat the world's trotting record at Indepuiidenae on Wednesday, going a mile in '2:. r >|. - Read what Skcllon & Taiigeinan say about clonks in a new ad. on second page. They've pot heaps of 'em. -Ralph Prcscotl and his cousin, Miss Anna Kaston. of I'o-'tvillc, were with Wnukon friends Saturday and Sumlav. - Standard. . ' ©. P. CLINTON. A complete and full, stook of Lumber. Lath, Shin- glen, Sash, Doors, Blindiv Mouldings and Building Paper, yellow pine. Flooring and Coiling oak, ash and. maple Flooring. All parties intending to do any building tho coming season will consult.thoir own intorost by obtaining figures from mo. Partkmlor attention to filling bills Best of gi'ades only handled. Are You HungrryP Our baker informs us thai he has baked and sold 1W8 loaves of bread In the month of August. Out of the '27 week days hu baked twenty times. No occasion for stale bread at his place. —Miss DeCoii, who succcuds to Miss Nelli.) Abbott's music class, is n gradual)! of the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, nnd a pupil of Amy Fay. Shu teaches both Raif nnd Dcppe methods. POSTVfLLK v n X \VA. OT7R COtTNTY FAIR. -Prof. Smith is making his "fare- woll" visit here this woeic prior to taking up his rcsidonco at Lansing. - John tinrnack, Lui Welzel and brother and Jacob Krmu and others are attending the state fair this week. —Mrs. J. H. Gray, Hirdia and Wayland will take in tho Minneapolis exposition, going up to-morrow. Poor Joo! —Lots of lumber Is going into tho country tho<e days, tho most of tho farmers taking more or lew ovory trip. - Miss Ilertha M. Wilson, graduate of Iowa State University, will givo an elocutionary entortiiinment at Castalia Town Hall, on Wednesday ovening, Sept. 7th, 1892, under tho auspices of tho Good Tomplars. Reserved soats 26c, now on sale. It Will bo a Hummor—The Bigg-oat and tho Best. The great success of Hie last two fairs given by the Allamakee Comity Agricultural Society is a snmcioiit guarantee that tho fair of IKOii, opening Sept. 12lh and continuing until the Kith on the society's new grounds iu Waukon will bo equal if not superior to any fair ever held iu northeastern Iowa. Yet it is proper to say iu the way of amusomeiits this fair will far exuood all others given by the society. There will ho trotting, pacing and running races every day. There will be balloon ascensions, races and parachute leaps. A balloon has boon engaged that will be lilled with gas and will ascend nnd commune with the clouds. Music will bo discoursed by thu regenerated Waukon band ami their new set of solid silver instruments. On the Mth there will bo a Democratic day and .speeches' by Hon. W. II. Iliitler, M. C, and Michael Henly, Jr. Ou the 15th thoro will bo a Republican day and speeches by Senator W. II. Allison and Hon. Thus, Updogrnfl, candidate for congress. A band of wild and untamod Cnmanolio Indians, consisting of warriors, squaws, Indian boys and girls, and infants, dressed in their native costume, will bo present. The ailroads will givo very low rates and visitors and patrons will receive courteous treatment;' M. 15. HENIHUCK, Soc'y, Waukon, Iowa. — Miss Nelllo Abbott leaves us for Montgomery, Alabama, in a few days, where she has a chuir in the musical di'|iai'linont of tho stall.' normal school, at a good salary. She will be absent until next Juno. — W. J. Holiilian has, during the past week, sold a threshing outfit Mortz and Koss, of Monona township, and also a separator to Jno. Hammond and a horse power to It. F. Schroder, all J. 1. Case T. M. Co's manufacture. — A light frost struck tho valleys on Wednesday morning. Wo hear of no dninngo hnving boen done. It was a close call. It will taku at least two weeks nioro of warm weather to le the he-it of our corn out and three weukB would bo belter. As our oats crop is HO light wo ought, to save what corn there is. . N. DOt'c'.I.ASS JAS. M. I'I'I-I . |. i-. : l.\V |..N,< ASIIIT PAID UP CAPITAL, Ml 1 II, V. I i /ilJO. Do a General Hanking Itusin<<u -i liny and sell Foreign ami Domesti' Kxehnngii. Accounts ol Farmers, Merchants and others rreclvt'd n'n' carefully protected. Interest paid oil Time Deposits. Investments made for outside pap. tics on favorable terms. Way-Protected by lire proof vault and screw door, time lock, burglar pioo' safo. Safety deposit steel drawers for rent. Jjisrt of Letters remaining uncalled for in the poslolllce at. Postyille, lown, Aug. 'i'i. 1H'.»2, Par- tics calling for any of them will please say "AdvortiNod:" Willie C. Crawford, Edith Pick. L. N. Koep, W. T. Lowery, Mary Roonoy, Kddio Wilson. JAS. PI:I:IIV, P. M. $1119.50 1|sl WRTGt-IES. Sinco tho Ifllh of Sept. 'Ul, when we began luisi- nCBH in this city, wp have sold 7:t Wiitehes, ranging in. .plica from $!i to SI 10. The aggregate being 811 Ml.60, in Watches alone. This year we are going to ell .*< ',1,0011. Wo arc buying in larger quantities limn ever before, and in till grades and stiindiitd makes. If you want a Wt'.lch of ativ kind we can nuikn it nu object for you lo buy of 11s. Thanking our old cusloiiiiirs for their liberal patronage, wo remain, Respectfully, W." J. HANKS. CLEARING SALE OF Fine Pasturage. I have splendid pasture for horsos and other stock adjoining Postvillo on tho south. Tonus $1.25 nor monlh, or 35 ct«. por week, payable Btrictly in advance nt Wm. Shepherd's office. •J2w3 P. J. BEOCIIER. —Louisiana Dimonson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pine Finishing, for sale at SAKDBIIS & KArr.KR's. — Miss Mary V\ illtnan returned to Mason City on Wodnosday after a pleasant yiiit of four weeks with home folks. -Ladies' Solid • 14k Hunting Gold Watch, with full (15)- Jeweled Elgin movement, only $25, at W. J. Hanks & Co's. —As our foreman desires to take in the excursion to tho Deeorah fair on Friday of next week we shall go to press on Thursday eyoning. Patrons will govern themselves accordingly and hand in anything they wish in that issue as early as Thursday morning. Administrators' Auction Sale. Tho administrators of Iho estate Calvin Dresser, deceased, will sell at auction, ou tho premises, a half miio north of Postville, on Saturday, S«pt. 10th, commencing at 10 o'clock, a. 111., sixteen head of horses and colts, six- milch cows, twelve hoad of young cattle, three brood sows, forty-live spring pijjs, forty tons of hay and various otli- small articles. Sale Absolute, no bye bidding allowed. TBitJis:'—Sums of 310 nnd under, :ash. Over $10 a credit of 8 mouths will be given witli approvsd security and 7 per cent, intorost. A free lunch will bo served at noon. W. C. McNeil, auctioneer. —H. C. Honn is building a largo two story addition on the north sido of his shop to be used as a wood working and paint shop for his increasing busi ness. It will be a line addition to that part of town and will give him amp) room for all branches of his business. —Geo. Kedhoad and Miss Anna wont out to visit Lincoln and family, in southwestern Minnesota, on Tuesday morning. —A phonograph man took in a few stray nickels on Tuesday, and donated $2.00 to the town treasury In the nay of liconse. —Rev. Lock wood and family camped down on the Mississippi for a weok and there were no services in either church last Sunday. —Crops are very poor between West Uuion and Oelwoin. In fact that {3 the poorest section of Iowa for crops we have ever seen. -Our six room rssideuce on Sum- fhier street will be fer rent Sept. 22nd U is one of the pleasanteBt locations tor a small family in town. W. J. Hanks was tha reelnUnt nl a. FOB, SALE'. Buggies of All Descriptions. Gnaranteo: After two week's trial if the Rico Coll Spring proves not to be the easiest rider on tarth, will exchange and give any spiing desired—with the Handy Top," tho most convenient Dll f?ffy' W. S. WEBSTER. Dr. will Cole's Dental Booms Will hereafter be open every weok day, as I have atsooiatod with nio Dr M A. Humphrey, a graduate of tho dental school at Iowa ol|y, and a good operator. I shall continue to visitPost- ville on Tuesday Wednesday of each week, as heretofore.* WILL Cows, D. D. S. —We don't seo why Secretary Hendrick advertises Senator Allison itt the Waukon fair. Mr. Allison will bo on the Atlantic Ocean at that (imo 011 his way to Iho monetary congress. Ho only makes two speeches' iu Iho slate this year-one in Gear's district and tho other in Henderson's. Tho latter ho delivered at, Wavorly last Wednesday. Good Farm HOT Bale or Bent For Oaah. A good Improved farm of 24* nores, with good building.?, well watered, on Deeorah road, tbreo miles west of Fraiikviile. Will sell lor part cash, balance on time, or will rent for cash rent, stooked if desired. For further —J. M. Harris hns purchased the two lots owned by S. W. Courson, opposito his rosia'ence on west Tildeu street. Consideration $300. To show what Postvillo is doing it is only necessary to say that these lots were sold at auction four years ago, with two parties bidding against each other, foi $1.05. Mr. Harris has already purchased the stone and will at once put in the basement fov a two story residence 28x33. He expects to got the houso up and inclosod boforo wintor and have it finished ready to oecupy by March 1st. We are glad to havo Mr. Harris come back and make his home with us. —Wo wont to Independence last Monday but we did not go to the races or to tho big building ou the hill. Wo just went to get away from homo onco and to determine whether wo wore realYy dead or alive, returning on the 6:20 train. Wo aro indebted to John Pnrkev aiVd Will and John Huffy for courtesies extended. John Parker will be nicely lixed. velion his shop is completed, anof is doing a nice business during the races, taking in $101 the first week.' We hope ho will continue to do well but fear it wilt bo rather slow after Die racos, - Kllison Orr, of PoslviHe, who attending institute, this week, informs 11s that State Geologist Calvin will bogin his examination and survoy of the mineral resources of Iowa in a fnw days, and his lirst work, Prof. Calviu writes him, will be a survoy of tliTs county. We are glad lo hoar this. Allamakee county has not been fairly treated in all former surveys, though rich in mineral resources, and wo shall welcome Prof. Calvin and dope all interested will render any assistanco or Information they cnn.—Standard. Take Motico, That tho Poitvillo Steam Kollor Mills wiil grind Feed, Corn Muat and Graham Monday and Saturday of each weok horoaftor. Having added a lino of wood-working machinery wo are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notice. liring in your logs and have them sawod. Respectfully, K. D. STILUS. Supposed Burglar Oaught-. On a tolophone from Sheriff O'Noel a tough looking customor giving his namo as Harney Kelly was arroste.l here last Friday and hold until the authorities Arrived from New Hatnplon. We believe ho was identified as ono of the burglars who went through that town 11 conplo of nights before, though nono of the goods woro found on him. At all events he was turned over to tho Chickasaw officer. FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. I WILL. GIVE A SEDUCTION OT> 20 PEE CENT OU WALL PAPER. Arid 10 Per Cent on All Grades of Carpet. A splendid opportunity to get a nice Carper, al Wholesale price. Come and get First Choice. Yours Truly, WALTER CHRISS. DR.JS. GREEN, fllYsirlAN ti SIMKiEOM, Omen and Residence Southwest of lown. par All calls promptly attended Farm For Sale. now offer for sale thoWm. Mitch- --Ed Prior shipped four v»ry line monuments to Garnnrillo this weok. He also sold two neat jobs to John Laughlm and John II. Meier. He informs us that his present quarters are entirely too small for his rapidly grow ing business and that ho will soon move into the needy building, near the postofnee. Besides giving him muoh additional room this wilt bo a much better business location. The prosperity with which ho is mooting is due to push and square dealing, and wo 1 pleased to see it. — Madam Mitchell can tell you tho Past, Present and Future. If yon are in trouble over marrlngo, love or business affairs, or if you have been afflio- od for years and think thoie is no remedy for you, call and giye her a trial, as her powers aro wonderful. The Madam has savod thousands from ruin nnd made countless homes happy, and will show you the likouass of your ifirturo partner. Call ami bo convinced of hor wondevful powers, at her residence, north of the Milwaukee depot, Poswufe, Iov?a. F.J. BEOKER, M, D„ ' ' i'HYSIOIAN ANIJ BUUOEON. Office and rosidnnco over Clirlss' New t 'litniluro Emporium, Postvillo' low.v . J. SHEPHE RD M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, O. 6.1 'KNglOX SXAMINKH. Oflloe KI rexl'lorioo on (Sroen ntroel, serionu tiouao KiiBt of Hoy & MoNoll'a Ifavdwa'.o. *'RED.,N. BEEDY, c+PHOTOG-RAPHER.-:- And Denier in Picture Frame.;. Postville - Iowa DANIEL A. JBBAld), Postvillo, lowtt. All work'warranted io pivo satisfaction. A full lino of the latest styles in samples. A Guariwlftod Cure (or Piles of wliatrviv m.1 ordt'Krne--I'.xlorn.il. Intornal, llliml c.r IIIOCIII'M;. Ilcldng, Clironic, Kocriil or Hurodit.iry. 1"/ Renitjciy li.i* positively ncvor litou known to f.i'.l Si.on a l>ox, o hoxos for »v«>; «ont liy mail prep.,!;! or. receipt of prion. A wrilltin (itiar.inli;o posi lively Kivon lo each purchaser ol'6 hoxes, v.'hrl* purchased al ono limo, m rofiui'l Iho Js.oo paid II nol cured. Guarantee issued l>y X. N, DOUGLASS, DnuauiST. Solo ARcnt, Postville, lnwa. DR. MABRY, rHVSIOlAN A SfjrtOEON. Oflico over Waters & Nicolay's Hardware Store. Residenoe at, Park Hotel'.' Calls will receive prompt attention day and night. Wm. SHEPHERD, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, Inmiranoe Agent anil Collector, Authorized to practice in all the ootirts of the Bttito. Offtou ovoi IJUU'H store, brlok block. POSTVILLE - - IOWA. The Old Reliable Meat Market, JOHN B. HART, Proprietor. Opposite - Postville - State - Bank- None but the best meats purchased. OHOIOE LINE OF I) JUST RECEIVED ('mod All Woo) Suits for $20. (ionuino Clav Worsted, $2:"> and up. Fine .Worsted and Chinchilla Over- r6o;tls from $lo to .f^V Kverylhing wiirrauled O. K. Call earh and leave your order, , •..-<•-• ; D..4V. ;r>.KA'.i>, Murrliaut Tailor.

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