The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on September 24, 1892 · Page 3
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Postville, Iowa
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Saturday, September 24, 1892
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IS The Postville Weekly Review. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W.N.BUROICK. BY TERMS: $1.50 A -YEAR IN ADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. — Summer weather again. — "Aildlttonal Local" this week. —Zollar, at Harl'a Meat Market. -Ladies' Cloaks from $1.00 ti|>. at JNO. CROSIIT'*!. --Last Sunday was an ideal summer day. —Zollar, something ontirely new, nt Hart'i. —Frcsti Oyslors by the quart, can or '•ish, at Jous THOMA'S. —Six Loaves of Bread for 25c, at the Bakery, tf -Watch next week. Lull man d> Sanders' space —Frank Orr and family Sundnyed in Postville. —Chickens wanted »t tho south mont market. side —All NEW Cloaks, no old ones carried over, at Jno. CKOSBY'S. —Veal calves wanted side meat market. at tho south —Cloaks and Jackets, at Luhmau & Sanders'. Ilia latest cut. —Jno. Crosby lias Cloaks for everybody! MKOE-and small. — Throe Ib.s. of steak for a quarter at the South Sidu Market. —Try Zollar, at Hart's Meat Market. For Sale. My residence on tho north sido. MHS. H. H. HAZLETOX. —Mrs. Walter Cliriss is visiting in Colorado and reveling in Rocky mountain scenery. -Hall & Goods will n get thorn) Go's Jamestown Diess ash. Only ono plnco to nt JNO. CHOSBT'S. -John Durno is a little ahead on corn sample's.thus far, both as to. size, quality and quantity. Tho fact Ts corn is nil right, what there is of it. There is now ho'daffger from frost. - With every dress bought of Hall & Co's Jamestown Dress Goods you get a guarantee that if they fade your money is refunded. Width, 38 to 42 in; price, fl to 60 cts. per yard. For sale by John Crosby. —Jns. Sheehy has Mr. Moulthrop's new residonco on its pim, and it will soon be a house. — Mrs. (ieo. Lull went to Iowa City last woek on a visit and to attend the wedding of a relative. —Como in and see tho best stock of Dress Goods ever opened in Postville, nt Luhmnn & Sanders'. —Thanks to the following friends for cash on subscription this woek: Win. Dravcs, J. F. Staadt, A. Hart, Mnry Mickelson, S. W. Courson. Aug. J. Kluss, It. Nicholson, H. B. Taylor. —Miss Maggie Sheehy has returned from LaCrosst, whero she lias been since school closed Inst June. Mies Anna £aston. Instructor on the piano and l'oslvillo, Iowa. organ —Luhmnn & Sanders nre nt present, ns heretofore), leaders in Dross Goods and Silks, also Clonks, iu Postville. Good Farm For Bala <br Kent. A good fnrm of 200 acres, 5} miles southwest of Postville. For terms and information inquire at this office. -We see by tho Rockford Register Ihat Rev. S. X. McKim and family expect to make their future home in California. —The corner stone of the new Uiii- versrlist church nt Ossinu wns luid with appropriate coremonios on Monday afternoon last. —Luhmnn & Sanders cellar to garret. See ad. nre full from —Johu Crosby goes to Chicago on Saturday nfter more goods. —New goods too numerous to tioit. at Luhmnn A Sanders'. —Arrived yesterday, Zollar, at J. Hart's up-town meat market. —Democratic comity convention at Lansing tomorrow (Saturday). —Tho domocrnts held their caucus Inst night. We have no report. —Don't fail to road what Gray on the subject of clothing today. says —The Burlington road is putting in a side track to the farmers' creamery. -Tho' winter term of Prof. Brockqu- ridge's Decorah Institute opons Oct. 31.. —Prof. Brcekenridgo's siuden t ls,p t rnc- tice on the host typewriter--Smith Premier. . :j .... — Peaches, Pears, Bananas, Applos, Plums, Melons, etc., nt JOU.H TIIOUA'C. —FOB, SALE—A 6tcond 'hand Show Case. Inquire at the Ueedy Photo Gallon. , i — Gospel Hymns No. and 0 consolidated, at ollice. 5 and Nos. 5 the REVIEW —Mrs. Breckvnridgo gives Dccornh Institute students day board at $1.40 n week. —Jno. Crosby is showing the lasgest anil by far the most stylish stock of Clonks. —Cutting"'itp' corn is in order now A grout denl of food can be utilized in this way. —The sorghum crop is boing vested, but wo infer it is a light this year. bar crop —Geo. Con ley came up fronj, lndo petitionee and has been visiting here this week. -We have corn enough on hand to make johnny cako for tho winter, but where the potatoes are coming from is still in the dark. -Mrs. Hewitt, a sister of Station Agent Talcott, wns down from her home at Charles City for n few days visit', returning ou Tuesday. --Mr, and Mrs. Ed Cornell gave party at tho Commercial House Inst Monday evoning, , U being tho third anniversary of their.niarriage. Horae-Shbcinff.. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatter aud prices very reasonable. TllOS. SlIOKTitEEIl. —Tho Tenuosseonns did not draw us well this tuno ns tho lust timo they wero hero, though thoy gnvo a much bettor entertainment, it is said. —The latest report is that the firm that has purchased tho Wnriiold stonk will continue tho business thore, Mr Schilling deciding not to como. —A class in Latin has been formed to study out of school hours. W believo ono lnuguago nt, a timo is enough. But it is nothing to us. —No school givos n bettor Business Course than Prof. Breckourhlge's, and n't a charge of only .$5.00 in addition to the regular tuition:—93.00 a mouth. Kiss Mabel DeCou, Graduate of the Amorican Conservatory of Music, Chicago; also pupil of Amy Fay, is prepared to tench the piano, organ and harmony. POSTVILLE, - IOWA. -Our Clonk Room, 60x24 ft., the largest and best lighted Cloak Room in Northern Iowa, is devoted ontirely to our cloak stock, whero we show tho latest and most stylish garments down to our 91.00 Cloaks. JNO. CKOSBT. . FOB SALE! Buggies of All Descriptions.,, Guarnnteo!. ».Afte'r,tn-0'*i'ck's Icial'if the Rice Coil Spring proves not to b9 the easiest rider on tarth, will exchauge and give nny spi ing dosirctlj-with the 'Hnndy Top," tho most convenient Dl, KSy- W. S. WEBSTEH. Dr. Will Cole's Dental Booms Will berenftcr bo opon every week day* ns I have ntsocinlcd with me T>h M A. Humphrey, n graduato of tho dental school at Iowa city, and a gooil oporntor. I shall continuo to visit Post- villo on Tuesday nnd Wednesday of each woek, as hoVetofore. WILL COLE, D D. S\ Good Farm For Sale or Bent For t!ath. A good improved farm of 246 acres, with good buildings, well watered, on Decorah road, threo miles west of Frankvillo. Will sell for part cash, balance on time, or will rent for cash rent, stocked if desired. For further particulars call on Mrs. John McKay, Frankvillo. 27wl" Our il?nll,mid Wintor SUioh- Is now diiily nrrlvlnf.'. It hnn not boon our iilm to produoo ojioup nndfln&hy oloth- but to isc// suoli yoot/s u» -will rotnin thv nmno ire /i«V- - s ° Fiir'v»tnbl.b*hod, mid at the- Lowest l'x'itfos* co/i- nistoht M'itli Ootid Cond». Wcj.nof only lcoop our prfecs nt n point where no coiijpetltor c-an Httvcosnfully moot thorn, but our ii.Hnortmont oF Stylos nnd Piittcrnn Is cAs/A- tho wiont ; pxtcnHivc cVev. iu jthis toivn. FUL.L, I*l?itZ oF KK1IIT WJ'.lfiHTns -w-oll m Ilonvy Ovoroont.i, Sstrayed. From the subscriber, Sept. 14th, a Poland China boar pig, black, with white face, and weighs about 110 lbs. Any Information lending to bis recovery will be suitably rewarded. • JosEPti STRELB. - Frank Puller's -bildrcn and some other chUdron out riding Sunday afternoon camo near having a'lVery serions accident by being run into by a team, which broke their buggy wheel and threw them out. Fortunately none of them wero much hurt. —J. H. Wnrfield's store is closed until Saturday for invoies. As soon as coin pio ted and the details nre closed Hp ho will loavo for Lincoln, Nob., hio former home, whero his son and oldest daughter havo preceded him to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Wnriiold havo made many frionds horo in the few months thay have been with tin who regret to have them leave so soon. Wo are not fully advised as to whelhor his successor will remain hore or not. Notico! POSTVILLE, Sept. 20th, 1892. On anil aftor this da;p we shall collect all bills of over 30 days standing, owing us will please call nnd Parties settle. 27w2 Respectfully, W. J. HANKS. Take "Wotice, That tho Podtvlllo Steum Roller Mills wTil grind Feed, Corn Meal and Gru bam Monday nnd Saturday of ouch week hereafter. Having ndde'A n lino oT woodworking machinery wo aro prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, x>u 'e'libii notico. Bring in your logs and have them sawed. Respectfully, E. D. STILES. —Wm. Drtives, of Clermont, has been putting in the basement of J. M. Harris' now residence this week. Although he is sixty-threo yours old ho can still lay about double the stono of any ordinaly mason. He is a good workman suro. Fine Pasturage. I have splendid pasture for horses anil.other stock adjoining Postville ou ttlo.'Bouth,. , 'forms $1.25 por month, or 35 cts. por week, pnynblo strictly in advance at Wm. Shepherd's office. 22w3 P. J. BEUCHEK. . . .,. Farm For Sale. 1 now offer for salo tho Wm. Mitch ell farm, 3J miles wost of Postville ontaining 161 acres, with good house barns aud outbuildings, a,n .unfailing well nnd runuiug water on tTi'o prom ises, and fenced in sovornl iiolda, Cause of selling, ndvnncod years and inability to superintend it. For terms call on tho undersigned on tho premises. A good stock farm. (17m3) JAS. KENNEDY. ESTABLISHED 1983. 1 r Prop. liUSIXl'SS SUITS C///f.»RBX'S SUITS. Our CiisHfiinerc' vSn /f.s, j»t Slit.iH) nnd $12.00, nre tho host i»-oo</.s iV>'r tho liionev on tile /imr/ict. s s 8 (US A T 7"S MIKX isnrx<;s. DltliSS SUITS. —We have tho best stook of Blankets and Comfortors ever shown in Postville. Pleaso .call and 1 look at them and got the low price wo are making on these goods. . ,. , : ';.v,'•' CURISS' FtlUNITUKE AND liEDPINo'EMro'ltlUM. —Reynolds, Rros. Shoes, tho host Ladies' Shoos on earth. Wo sell them; othors would like to but thoy cannot got them. .'NO. CROSBY. -•Mrs. S". W.,,CJqlirson has gone to Fort Dodge to visit tiro Stowe .futility J Their daughter who was here nt tho reunion has boen vory sick.sinco her return homo. -Fifty pieces of Jamestown Dress Goods just received, the belt"ia"the world to wear. JNO. CUOSBY. — Tho Decorah district M. E. confer- onco will be held Oct. 6th, at Hampton, Frnnkliu county, - Coal is being put in now at a cost of ovor uino dollars a ton. A rather expensive luxury. —There should bo a full ntiendanco at tho caucus noxt Tuesday evening, us township officers are to bo nominated nnd the subject of organization will be talkod up. Turn nut. —Station Agent Tnlcott has leased the John Parkor residence. Wo believo M. O. Taylor will occupy the home he vacates, on the corner of Tildon and Suuitnor streets. South. Side Market. Having re turn ed and reeponed and restocked my meat market with a full supply of tho best of seasonable meats, which aro sold nt bed rock prices, I nvilo my old customers and the public generally to call and.spo what.I can do for them. JOHN VAN VKLZEK. FARM FOB SALE. My farm of 200 acres for salo. Situated in Madison township, Winnoshcik Co., Iowa, three nnd a half miles west of Decorah, iu sections 11 nnd 14. Woll improved and timber enough, for furm use. In good state of cultivation. Well wn'.erod and good buildings. School willu'n ,six rods of house. Long .time will bo given on part payment. Inquire on fnrm for particulars. Arfdresft:- . WM. M 'clNTosit, (Box 238) i Decorah, Iowa. In liuyn' Olotliiiifr wo Imvo n lnri>vr line tliiin over : . ; t. ..... bcForo, mid prices, Auoordtiig to Qunlity, tho Very LtOwcst. Como in mid lot us s/iotv you our sto'olc boForts •pitroUnsinfr. All fjoof|s, lynrrii/itcv/ ns rojircsontod, or /Honey i\-i'// bo ofir-orl'i'.I/v rcfttfHiCtf* V CARL HOLTER. —Mrs. II. K. Booth, noo Lillian Re,d- hoad, is expected hore on a visit froiii Suit Luko, next week. —Throe representatives of our youiig AmoricA stnrlod eut to seok their for times this week, brt worp bvorliaulcd and brought back yesterday morning. Boys,:such conduct won't pay. -- W.'.F., War,njDf took two firnt premiums on his two your old stallion at tho Wnukon fair. Ono ns best roadster stalllo.u:t\va 'years old nnd ono as best two year old for nil purposes. tV i f3ood Templar's Social. The Good Templars will giye .a,.public social at thelpihnll ( .iiext 'JUiursdny evoning, Sept. 29th. A lito'r.try, program, nfter which refreshments will be fcorved. Ton cents., . AU ure Invited. The proceeds will beflpplied.towanls the purchase of an organ for th'e •'iialli' - •Qurl Hotter luakes his bow to our readers today nni| calls nttejitlpH^o his mamiuoth. stock of clothing for the fall trade. Never sinco he has boon in tho clothing buainoss has lie ))ilti'ini so heavy a stock ns tie now carrios and never has ho been able to give ns good value for tho mouby. Don't fail to see the stock. Old People's Day. , Neat Sunday will, bo/'Old-fceqpleV is hnlf sold. We cuu assure the peoplo of Postville ami. vic/nitj, that no stock ever, brought into tho city was bought moro advantagously or wilj be.sold on closer niivrgluB., • . • \ We have iinishod tho. purchnso of holiday goody aud cnnno.vy,shojv ,you ; ft complete lino—watches, jewelry,.gold and . fountain pens, silvorwuro, including a lurga lino of norollies; musical goods of every description, artists' material, stationery (Whiting's stnnd- aritl)'.and.preso,ntation books. . ThoJat^ est designs, th'e' hdst'^odds','and' Ipwesl piieos. Wo defy competition. . .Respectfully, . . , • : . W. J, HANKS. - Tho REVIEW will now be sent to now subscribers to Jun. 1st for 40 ots. Send it to your friends. We protect our customers by giving them Bargains. Our new Fall and Winter stock io daily arriving. We invite your inspection. Prices the very lowest. -Nels McGheo has furnished us the fiuost snmplos of corn we Imvo yotsneu. It would bo good tor nny year. —Rov. Uulleborl was not horo last Sunday and hfauce thore wbre ne services at tho Congregatlouul cUuroh. —Aug. Schnrl, ou the wost side, is tho proud pnpiv of a bouncing son since last Tuesday, so Dr. Booker reports. --Louisiana Dimenson, Cypross Shingles und Arkansas Yellow Piue Finishing, for sale nt SANUBKS & KAPI.EK'S. —Mr. Job Blnuchurd and Mrs., II. Mitchell wero united in mnrringe i)y Wm. Shephord, Ksq., nt tho residence of tho bride, in I'ostvillo, on Tnosdny evening. Congriitiilntious are extended Good Farm of 160 Acres For Sale Good fnr.n for salo, known as tho Ueriuuu Cross cstato, two miles east of Frankvillo. Apply to 3w ROUEUT WATKIW. JK .' Itoptt'blicttb' Caiicitsv .• i' Tho republican electors of Post town ship aro requested to meet in caucus ,11V the office i,ofi -,Wnj..< Khopbenl, in. Postville, 011 Tuesday evening, Sept. 27th a : t. l 7:3,9,,for,dh.o. pHi T .JM»se v ,o/ choosing ten Day" at the M. E. ohurch. Seats will | delegates to the county cqpvontion, to, bo held at Waukon, Oct. 1st. " Also lo plnAD ^.JUj, nomination the following township omcers;., Two justices of tho poaco, Two constables, One a8s.0RS.Qr,' 1' • 1. One township clerk, • • ( it , s Ono trustee, And for the tr/msnctioii of nny otlior business Hint may regularly scouj.e beforo tho meeting. Br OitDisit Twr. COM. he rosorved for nil who are over tifty yoars old, and all these! wUUtho public generally, aro cordially invited to attend. Exercises appropriate to the oldon time will be enrriod out 111 the manner of fifty years ago. ,, -Our six room residence on Summer street will bo for rent Sopt. 22nd. It is ono of tho plensantest locations tor a small family iu town. —Our #6.00 Jackets, heavy nnd run- FECTI.T made, are us good as you will Und elsewhere nt 97 .60. •. JNO. Cjiojinr. Small Farm For Sale. The John Moir farm of 40 acres, a half mile south of Postville, is now,for sale. Cull ou Johu Moir for purtiou 1 nrs. • All tho oxnurslonists had not returned lust week as wo announced Mrs. Dr. Groen onme after the paper was out and Mrs. Hoynton lias uot yot artived, but will In 11 few days. -Sheriff Minert took tho Postvlll burglars, Jones and Smith, lo tho Ana- niosa penitentiary Inst Monday. Thoy wero sontencod for 20 months each Thoy took their doso very coolly Waukon Doiuoorut. —John Murphy lias loft for his now Held of labor at (J rand Forks and the FURNITURE, BEDDING- AND CARPETS. The'Largest and Cheapest Line of Furniture) BexMing; "Carpets ajnd Window Shades . s^.'^'feVef 'shown' in "this^' Community. Come and see us. WAIiTER GHRISS. —By some moans wo overlooked tho mention of the return of W. S. Webster from a four weeks' sojourn in Dakota, lust week. Wo have had a little too much sickness iu tho family of lute to ronllj know what we have said. It is pnrojy nninlontional if we fail to mention tho outgoing and incoming of everybody, so far as we know of it. Oa£t. i. A. Lyons in Postville. Hon. J. A. Lyons, auditor of state, POSTVILLE, Columbus Day. Uy a concurrent resolution of con- gross nnd a proclamation by the president, Friday, Oct,. 2,lst, is,declared to be 'a national holiday and its observ- will address tii'p. peop,lo ; of Postville ami nnu ,* throughout the, ITnitod States is vicinity on the political issues, nt Tnr- rotmestod'J ..'l'U« so'lioioj* .will take nn ner Hall, on Wodnusilay ovoniug, Sept. active part, 28th. Themuloqiu {iW;>xil| ,b,o, pvpSr, >villbe curried o out and sing some of tlie now eampuigu 0 ^ " lU '''• program dlrectioii ing songs. Everybody (including dies) cordially invited. pmgi the lu­ ll List of Letters ' ' romuiiiiug uuuallod for in tho postollloa ntPostyillo, Iown.Bopt. 19. 1892. 'Parties calling for nny of them wi|I ploaso sny "Advortlsedi" '' Mary Grant, Amous Piirkor,..Mrs. Mary Swiorson. JAS. PrC-KKY, P. M. ., and a suitablo ul under tho Now tho qiiostiou is, shall wo have a ptib'le demonstrniion Hiul invite the people of tho surround- ;l|ig country to como in aud 1111(1,0 .AY^h us iu oolabrull'ig tho four luuidre^h aniiivorsary of tho landing of Colituj;.. tjiU'^.' Itf wpiihl scorn to us eminently propor tq dp HO , and a meeting should bo <)^)le(L,i't ori(io to decide whether or not we shall publicly celobrnto. Suicide' at Jtbnoua. Thq.poople of Mononu. iyove sliookod lust Friday nftoriiooU by tho .report Mrs. Wm. Tuoker had oom>iiUte4ll ~'L'he Australian'pallet law has wist un outlay for booths, ballot boxes, posts, etc. to Allamakee county of suicide by liauging in tho chamber of «468.fi0 and wo nced't.ho'systen^about her own house as much us a dog iiood's two ' " " "" '*""' As she had been dead tails. If I some hours when discovered It is sup , N. DOUGLASS, PKH. J. P. SMITH, V. P JA'S! Mcfe 'wfeN, CASIIIW, • PAID UP-CAPITAL,' $25,000. Do a Geiipral...B.nii.k|ng' Business^.; Buy and sell Foreign "tina 'Domestic ' Exohaiigo. Accounla ol Farmers, Merchants and others received and carofiilly pro'teo'.eil. Interest paid oh Time; Deposit Investments made for outside parties on fiivorableiWiimo. i- ' '.' •/ (©•Protected by'firo proof yault and screw door, safe. Safety deuosit stoel drawers for rent. timo lock, burglar ptooi

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