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Saturday, September 17, 1892
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LUHMAN & SANDERS. SHOES! We have just finished our Yearly Invoice, and find that we have a good many odd makes of Shoes on hand Tlie Postville Weekly Review PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W. N. BURDICK. BY TERMS: Jl.bQA YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —J. P. Nnzelt is school Janitor this term. -Fresh Oysters by the can or dish, at JOHN TIIOMA'S. — Six Loaves o{ Bread for U5e, at tho llnkcrv. If Which We Will M at EXTREMELY Li HUB! Until all are cleared up. 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. ma L SEPT. 12th. Anil by the way your Boys may bo out at tho elbows, or tho knees, or perhaps the sent of their pants. Wo havo some Great Bargains in Hoys' Suits, ranging in price from SI.50 to #7.50. Examine them. It will pay you to loot at our lino of $2.50 tii.c! 93.00 Suits. Many of them worth double tho money. They are mostly Odd Suits—only one of a kind—and wo mark them Way Dawa to oloso. J. H. GRAY. T11E U. T. K. CLOTMEH. -Fresh oysters tomorrow nt Hart's meat market. --This week pretty much CIOHOS fail season. tho —Krcil Staadl has gono to Fnyetto to attend school. —Miss Clara Sliedd is homo from her Nebraska visit. —Miss Loring was down from Decorah over Sunday. i — S. W. Hoynton is at Castalia doing a job of painting. —Carl Meyer's large new resideneo is up and enclosed. —Sue the changed advertisement Walter C'briss today. of —Tho African boy drew out a large audieuce ou Sunday evoning. —The great Tonnessecatis at tho M. E. church next Tuesday evoning. —Mr. Ferguson, a brotlier-iu-law T. (J. Hydo, visited him this wook. of - Hanks has the most cxteiuiyc jow- elry display ever shown in I'ostvillo. —The Dresser sale last Saturday passed off very satisfactory in the niaiu. —Ilev. McHobert will preach in the Congregational church again next Sunday. —Foit SAI.K —A second hand Shorv Case. Inquire at the Bccdy I'holo Gallery. - Charley Sawyer, on the VauVolzer farm, is tho proprietor of a new girl babv. .—Dr. Ilockor roports an addition to tho census of a 91 lb. girl at Darius Orr'.s. — Peaches, Tears I'liims, Melons, etc. Apples, lUnatuis, at JOHN TIIOMA'S. —Tho samplos of potatoes displayed by the merchants aro much below last year's grade. -Joe Gray spent last Sunday and Monilay in Minneapolis on business and pleasure. --Dr. C. L. ToplilY will be at thn 1'ark House, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 20 and 21. —J. M. Harris brings us the fust ripo pumpkin wo havo seen, uud wo "roturn thanks." For Sale. My residence on the north side. MRS. H. I!. HAZI.KTON. Miss Anna Boston,, Instructor on tho piano and organ, Postville, Iowa. —We aro grateful to Mrs. Lorcn Mellows for a basket of very hue vegetables, including cabbage, beats, < uctim- bers, etc. Good Farm For Sale or Rent. A good farm of 200 acres. S \ miles southwest of I'ostvillo. For terms and information inquire at this office. —Mrs. Sonnkalb and her brother, II. M. Kango, havo gone to Kansas to visit their sisters and to see tho country. They will b6 absent about thron weeks. Horso-Shoeing. No hit ami miss, but a good job ovory clatter and prices very reasonable. Tlios. SHOUTUKED. Small Houso to Bent. On Williams street, east of Lawlor. Apply to Mrs. H. Mitchell, north of Milwaukee depot. —Wo had hoped to bo ablo to attend tho Waukou fair but sickness in tho family prevented. As a result wo have been unable to attond any of tho surrounding fairs. Bale. as tho Good Farm of 160 Acres For Good far .ii for salo, known Herman Cross estate, two miles east of Frankvillo. Apply to 3W KuBKKT WATEHI. JII. —We have been perilously near the frost lino two or three times this weok, but still wo have been spared. Corn is not making very fast but it will got there after a while if it don't froozo. —Tho students of all the schools havo gone to their several alma maters for the winter's work. It seems natural to hear our school bell again and seo tho daily procession of children going to ami coming from school —By recommendation of the county commitloo tho caucuses to choose delegates to the county convention should nominnto candidates for township ofll- cors, as tho names must bo c.erlilled to tho auditor nt least twenty days before election in order to havo them inserted in tho ticket. -Head tho "Additional Local" on other page. — Fred 8chari has riittlrriett f'-om.liis Milwaukee (rip and is now waiting on customers at Crosbv's stiite. —Miss Nellie Abbott left on the Wednesday morning train for her new liold of labor at Montgomery, Alabama. Her wide circle of friends and itcqiininl- auccs wisli her a safe journey and a pleasant sojourn in tho "sunny south." Tho KEVICW will furnish hur iv weekly "loiter from homo." —Wstcrday was a tuyely day and Postvillo sent over a big delegation to the fair. Both Wednesday and Thursday tho crowd was imnienso and the fair is a grand success. Thursday was "republican day" and naturo put on its most benignant smiles, double.«s indicative of the result in November. Tho World's Fair. Tho dedicatory coremonios of the World's Fair buildings will bo held in Chicage on Oct. JOth to 32nd. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul H'y will sell round trip excursion tickets at reduced rates for tho occasion. For rates, dates and other details apply to the lickol agent. - -We ri'grct to learn that Mrs. Nelson Mctlhee, of Hardin, is ipiilc seriously sick with intermittent fever. —Mrs. A. F. ViinGordcr and children, Hodgcr and Stella, are down from Minneapolis visiting parents ami grand parents and other relatives and friends nt Hardin. -Wo seo thai both Waukou and Lansing have levied a ten mill corporation tax. Our council have only levied five mills, which shows their good sense. Our people would hardly stand ten mills. - 'Although this week has been better than last week for fail's ou the score of weather, still it has been by no means pleasant. Postville has been quite well represented nt Waukou but it would have been far belter represented if we had been blessed with warm sunshiny weather. Small Farm For Sale. Tho John Moir farm of 40 acres, a half mile south of Postvillo, is now for salo. Call on John Moir for particulars. —Tho Postvillo State Bank has got in its new vault and when tho new safe is in position sverything will to in lino order. Thu yault doors and safe are from the Diobold company. —Ed. Cornell is earning monoy with •'Old Pike" at llio fairs. He got lirst money at Waukou on Wednesday and second monoy one day at National. Nancy Hanks will have to look well to hor laurels. A. B. Cummins at McGregor. Hon. A. li. Cummins, tho eminent orator of DesMoines, republican candi- dito for elector at large, will speak in Mcgrcgor next Monday evoning. Sept. 19th. —Our thanks are due tho following friends for cash on subscription since our last issue: Sam. Daily, Nellie Abbott, S. C. Johnson, Mrs. Sonnkalb, Fred Haines. — Tho Ki '.viKW will now be sent to new subscriber* to Jan. 1st for 10 ets. Semi it to vour friends. -Forty-leven different kinds of tablets, and everything else in school supplies, cheap, at this office. —Mrs. Jas. McAdam and children arrived from Denver for a visit with homo folks and friends, last Saturday. —Thoo. Luhnian roturnod from his two wcoks jaunt at Storm Lake, last Monday, happy and hungry, as usual. --Louisiana Dimouson, Cypress Shinglos and Arkansas Yellow Pino Finishing, for sale at SANDEKS & KAPLEU'S. —Wo aro pleased to note that Prof Hurd is doing nicely with the school. Both paronts and pupils should encourage him. —Sam Daily was over from Wisconsin looking after his farming and other interests last week, returning on Saturday morning. —Sam Johnson ia down from tho north this weok for a visit among relatives and friends. Wo aro iudobted for a pleasant call. Are You Hungry? Our baker informs us that he has baked and sold 1958 loaves of bread in tho mouth of August. Out of tho 27 week days ho baked twenty times. No occasion for stale broad at his placo. —We regiet to learn that "our Johnny Murphy is going to Grand Forks, N. I)., having scoured a good position thoro in a largo clothing houso. Johnny, liko tho other Murphy boys will make his mark in the northwest. —The Dayton canning works havo opened up for tho season's business. Mr. Dayton now has his factory on his own premises and will increase U» capacity as business warrants. He received 3;i,000 cans a few days ago and expects to till all of them, and more too, perhaps. The WatiKou cunning works should b« second to none in the state aud a good strong company oould mako them so, too. Wo hope thuy may be at no distant day.-Wau­ kou Democrat. Take Notice, That tho Poitvillc. Steam Holler Mills wiil grind Feed, Corn Meal and Graham Monday and Saturday of eacli 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. Respectfully, K. D. STII.ES. —We aro pleased to learn that our former old citizen, K. B. Hinds, is the icpublican candidate for the legislature in his district in Nebraska. If the Nebraska legislature is made up of as good men as Ed. Hinds the people of that stato will not suffer through bail laws. Everybody hero will lie glad to learn of his triumphant election. — Madam Mitchell can toll you tho Past, Present and Future. If you aro in trouble over marriage, lovu or business affairs, or if you have been nluie- eil for years and think theie. is no remedy for you. call and giyu her a trial, as her powers are wonderful. The Madam has saved thousands from ruin and made countless homes happy, aud will show you tho likenoss of your future partner. Call and be convinced of hor wonderful powers, at her residence, north of tho Milwaukee depot, Postville, Iowa. i Yi ftt ft Diss 1 MR. C. C. McDANIEL," Special Salesman For PITKIN OF CHICAGO In kerb. WILL BE IN 5 AT THE STORE OF With a Magnificent Line of Samples of HA.VILAND & CO'S and TRESSEMANES & VOG-T'S FRENCH CHINA., CARLSBAD - GEEMAU - CHINA, AND THE LATEST DECORATED WAEE. ENGLISH —The Mott building, diagonally opposite tho postoffico, which has latterly boon used for a meat market, is being fitted up for a ladies' and gents' furnishing store. It will bo occupied by parties from Dubuque. Our business houses as well as residences aro in great demand. LATER Tho firm that was to go into tho Mott building lias reconsidered aud decided not to locate hero. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that tho co- partnership heretofore existing between tho underiignod, under tho namo and style of Tho Ward & Noble Mf'g Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consont. The business will be continued by J. W. Ward Mf'g Co. Dated Sept. lOtli, 1892. J. W. WAIII>, E. H. NOHLE. Miss Mabel DeCou, Graduate of the Amorican Consorviv tory of Music, Chicago; also pupil of Amy Fay, is prepared to teach piano, organ and harmony. POSTVILLE, - IOWA. the — Miss Addie Sanders and Honry Luhman havo boon in Chicago buying goods for the past weok. Tho thribble store will he packed full whon the goods all arrive. They aro coming along now every day, and going out too. —Mrs. E. E. Burdick "dropped down from above"—St. Paul - on Wednesday, for a visit, to the delight of her relatives and friends. Found. A dark red yearling heifer, with white spots on back, was found in my pasture, east of tho Jemisun farm, about 5 weoks ago. Owner will pleaso call, pay charge* and take it away. Mu3. C. MILLER. —We have tho boat stock of Blankets and Comforters ever shown in Postville. Pleaso call and look at thorn and get tho low prico we are making on these goods. CHBISS' FOKKITUKK AMD BEDDING EMPORIUM. —Mrs. McEwen and family arrived homo from their extended aastcrn visit last Saturday morning. Wo beliovo tho excursiouists havo'now all returned and our town is settling down into its accustomed groove for tho winter cam paign. Sieknos» in our family has prevented us from having any "outing this year, but wo hope those who have boen away have had a splendid time and como back recuporated and strengthened for the farther duties of life. Harvest Homo Fostival, at Congregational church, Friday, Sept. 2.1d. Tho boys of the school will exhibit and compete for prizes on thu following articles: Best and largest pumpkin. •' " " squash. " " " watermelon. " " " musk melon. " '• " 3 cucumbers. " " " G tomatoes (ripe.) '• " '• 5 beets. " " " 5 turnips. •' " '• 20 cars corns. " " " 0 stalks bl'd celory. " •' " 2 stalks corn. The girls of tho school will exhibit and competo for prizes on: Four best plants in pots. Best boquet of pansies. Best boquet of any or all kinds of flowers. Largest sunflower in full bloom. SIXTY STYLES to select from, Sets cf>nb& made up in ANY WAY you wish, large or small, and aro delivered FREE of charge, in PERFECT CONDITION and at the very LOWEST CHICAGO PRICES. We have arranged with Mr. John Crosby to deliver all goods for us, and make all collections, and term a of payment can "be arranged with him. OUR OBJECT is to enable those who cannot make a trip to Chicago, to select their dishes a't home, and to those who can go to Chicago, we promise a direct saving, as goods are delivered at your home without breakage, and the prices quoted cannot be equalled in Chicago, except on sales days, Mr. McDaniel will also show you the latest designs in Bread and Butter Plates, After Dinner Coffee Cups, Cracker Jars, Bone Dishes and an elegant line of Holiday Goods. DINNER SETS FROM $10 UP. Please call and examine samples. Remember the place and dates. All goods warranted as represented. PITKIN &; BROOKS, COR. LAKE & STATE STS., - CHICAGO. —Fred MoUke, who hauls milk for Will Schroedor, had quito a sovero accident on Monday. Ho was just starting out on his route and while returning from Cutis. Kerr's hoime to the mVm road the front wheel of the wagon ran into a rut, throwing him out, he turning a complete somersault and falling under tho wagon, which ran over his arm near tho shoulder, dislocating it at that joint, strangely no bonos were brokou. Ho is doing well under Dr. Booker's care. I -Out- six room residence on Summer street will be for rent Sept. 22nd It is ouo of the pleasantsst locations tor -a small family in town. —Mrs. H. Stone and Mrs. Hoyt returned from a two week's visit to the former's daughter, Mrs. Ed. Stone, at West Union, on Friday. "* i. —J. W. Ward has purchased the right of E. H. Noble ia the mop wringer patent and business. Mr. Noble will remain in the factory, Fine Pasturage. I have splendid pasture for horsos and other stock adjoining Postvillo on the south. Terms ill.25 por month, or 35 cts. per week, payablo strictly in advance at Wm. Shepherd's office. 22w3 P. J. BEUCHEK. Farm For Sale, now oiler for salo the Win. Mitchell form, 3} milos west of Postville, ontaining Kit acres, with good house, barns and outbuildings, an unfailing well and running water on tho premises, and fenced in sevoral holds. Cause of selling, advanced years and liability to superintend ii. For terms call on the undersigned on the premises. A good stock farm. (17m3) JAS. KENSEDV. —Tho Warlield store has been rented to a gentleman from Wisconsin, who will till it with an entire stock of now goods sometime next mouth. —Harvey Hawkins will proceed at unco to erect a residence on lots purchased of F. W. Roberts, on the corner northwest of the M. E. church. —Tber« L* not an idle man lit Post- . FOR SALE! Buggies of All Descriptions. Guarantee: After two week's trial if the Rice Coil Spring proves uot to bo the easiest rider on (urth, will exchange and give any spiing desired—with the "Handy' Top;" tho most convenient ml Kgy- WEBSTER. Sr. Will Colo's Dental Booms Will hereafter be open every week day, as I have atsoolated with me Dr. M A. Humphrey, a graduate of the dental school at Iowa city, and a good operator. I shall continue to visit Postville on Tuesday anil Wednesday of each week, as heretofore. FARM FOR SALE. My farm of 200 acres for sale. Situated in Madison township, Winnesheik Co., Iowa, three and a half miles west of Deeorah, in sections 11 and 14. Well improved and timber enough for farm use. In good state of cultivation. Well watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house. Long time will be given on part payment. Inquire on farm for particulars. Address: WM. MCINTOSH, (Box 238) Dooorah, Iowa. Resolutions. WHEVKAS, God in his wisdom has seen lit to" remove from our midst George A. Leithold, son of onr worthy brother, John Letthold; Therefore bo it KesoVved, That Noble —As advertised, wo loosed the fertile soil of Postville from our shoes last Friday and boardr.d the Burlington special for Dccorati to take in the Winne­ sheik Co. fair, the firemen's tournament and last, but not least, to see "the kid," who met us at the depot, as would also a band had wo informed them of our arrival and waited long enough. And after bidding an affectionate farewell to) our conductor, wo spent tho balance of the time till the noon hour in viewiug tho city and buying ico cream and Tutti Fruitti for the girls. After partaking of an excellent dinner, as much as our clothos would tit well, wo proceeded at once to tho fair ground, to feast our eyes on the pretty "punkuns" and largo girls, (wo moant to hare that read the other way so you must read it tho "other way,' as wo have neithor time nor space to read it to you the "other way") and also to visit tho museum. Thu rainy weather, of course, had been bad on the fair and the exhibits in the various departments wo visited, whili not as large as on previous years were all exceptionally fine ones. Tho firemen's tournament was very fine, and the boys looked imnienso in their elegant uniforms. The prizes were hotly contested for by the several companies present. Austin captured the prize banner and Deeorah took the silver trumpet. Those who are posted in latter day lire business say the race by them were "out of sight," and as it has been a littlo over twenty-thrc years since wo havo had anything t do witli fire companies, and as we only sa.v ouo race, we do horeby solemnly swear that wo guess they know raor about it than wo do, and are right. Takou altogether wo had a gram good time. Wo are under cspeeki obligations to Mr. and Mrs. McKay for numerous courtesies, and wo want to say right.out loud that the people of Deeorah, .so far m our* acquaintance goes, are as social and hospitable as we havo ever met, and we hope they may live long and prosper. 'Fa ta! T "ris DEVIL. « 'i i FURNITURE, BEDDING AND CARPETS. The Largest and Cheapest Line of Furniture, Bedding, Carpets and Window Shades ever shown in this Community. Come and see us- EESPECTFULL-y, WAEtTRR GHRIS9. P. S. We, had almost, forgotten to mention the j>irgilistio exercise on the train coming home between the Union and IniUpondcnoo fire companies. At the eloiu of the encounter we believe West Union, occupied the place new held by Corbelt, and AS for us, wo were jammed into tho corner of the coach until we occupied hardly any place at alii While Deeorah ia ahead of our town in some respects, wo are ahead of her $1119,50 1H WRITES. Since the 15th of Sept. '1)1, when wo began busi-. r :i «s in this city, we have sold 73 Watches, ranging in price from $2 to SlfO. The aggregate being $1110.50, in Watches alone. This yGiW we are, going to sell $3,000. We are buying in larger quantities than ever before, and in all grades and .standard makes. If youwant a Watcli of any kind we can mako it an object for yoirto buy of us. Thanking our old custom-™ for their liberal patronage, wo remain, Ke.-peclfnlly, W. J. HANKS. POSTVILLE, IOWA. K. N. DOUGLASS, fill I t. SMITH, V. P JAS. McfeWKN.C»».::.:«.

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