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The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

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LtlHMAN & SANDERS. CURTAINS A large line just received. For ONE WEEK at about COST! Piece Lace Curtain, by yard, 10c Lace Curtain, by pair, - 10c Scrim, by yard, only - 6c And everything in Curtain line very Cheap. DOZEN Handerchiefs. All new designs and PRICES AWAY DOWN. H'dk'fs Silk Emb. Initials, only 6c Japan H'dk'fs, all silk, Col. Border, 10c Brocade Silk Handkerchiefs, 12%c BE^*Remember we are first in Dress Goods and Trimmings. Resp'y, LUHMAN & SANDERS. Tile Postville Weekly Review PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY W.N.BURDICK. TERMS: $1.50AYEARINADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Ladies' Cloaks from $1.00 up. at JNO. CBOSBT'S. —Six Loaves of Bread for 25c, at tbe Bakery. Hf —Fresh Oysters by the quart, can or dish, ni JOHN TIIOHA'S. —Ed Eaton was up from Monona on Saturday. —AH NEW Cloaks, no old ones carried over, at JNO. CROSBY'S. —Mrs. F. W. Tuller Is visiting in McGregor. —Mrs. S. W. Boynlon Is expected home today. —Cloaks and Jackets, the latest cut, at Luhman & Sanders 1 . —Jno. Crosby has Cloaks for everybody, LAKOB and small. -Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Warner are out from Kansas on a visit. —Miss Nora Uiley left on Monday to take her position at Eldora. —New goods too numerous to men- lioB, at Luhman A Sanders'. —Henry Dayton, Esq.. was over on legal business on Wednesday. —Mrs. M. J. Walkins and Anna, Monona, were in town Monday. of -Wm. H. Toney, on Wm. Harris' (ilaco, has a new son since Thursday. — Peaches, Tears, I'lums, Melons, etc., Bananas, Apples, at Joint TIIOMA'S. For Sale. My residence on the north side. MRS. H. B. HAZLKTON. - Hall & Co's Goods will wash, get them. Jamestown Utess Only ono place to at JNO. CROSBY'S. —Come in and see the bust stock of Dress Goods ever opened in Postville, at Luhman A Sanders'. Hiss Anna Boston, Instructor on the piano and organ, Postville, Iowa. —Luhman & Sanders are at present, as heretofore, leaders in Dross Goods and Silks, also Cloaks. In Postville. Good Farm For Sale -or Bent. A good farm of 200 acres, 6} miles southwest of Postville. For terms and information inquire at this office. Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatUr and prices very reasonable. THOS. SHORTREED. —Reynolds Bros. Shoes, the best Ladies' Shoes on earth. Wo sell them; others would like te bat they cannot get them, .'NO. CROSBY. To Bent. Millinery Shop, one door south of the postoffice. Good location. W. S. WEBSTER tl -J. H Lnuglilin left on Saturday afternoon for a trip through Iowa and Nebraska. Robert Laughlin was to accompany him from Cedar Rapids. —We have an immense stock of Shawls that have been carefully selected. Como and get prices before buying elsewhere SKEETON A TANGEMAN. —FOR SALE—A second hand Show Caso. Inquire at the Bcedy Photo Gallory. —Our 22 caliber, breech loading sportsman are out en mas&e looking for the frisky squirrol, though few are sagged as the leaves are too thick as yet —The following subscribers are entitled to credit and thanks for cash on ubscription this week: T. E. Easton, Mrs. E. Brooks, W. G. Scbultz, Mrs. J. McKinley. i —Gospel Hymns No. and 6 consolidated, at office. 5 and Nos. 5 the REVIEW —Jno. Crosby is showing the lasgest and by far the most stylish stock of Cloaks. -The wreck of a freight train on the Burlington, between Ramlalia and Maynard, on Wednesday, necessitated the ransfer of passengers and mail. Nobody seriously injurod. —The M. E. Sunday school had a picnic in the Winkowitsch grove last Saturday. -Henry Webb, W. I. Chase and we presume their wives, went to Cherokee on the Tuesday excursion. Frank Tuller went to Plan kin ton, S. D., to look after his landed estate. — Misses Mae and I.innie Tapper, of Monona, visited over Sunday with Miss Grnoe McNeil. —Peter Sebastian is building a largo addition to his old houso, just south of the cemetery. now for partieu —The postmaster .general has issued orders for free mail delivery in Devorah «nd Mason City. —The Decnrah district M. E., conference will be held Oct. 6th, at Hampton, Franklin county. — Fifty pieces of Jamestown Dress Goods just received, the best in tlio world to wear. JNO. CROSBY. The half mile south of Postville, is sale. Call on John Moir for lars. —Tbe organ used at the republican meeting on Wednesday evening.was the colebrated Western Cottage, ami was kindly furnished by W. J. Hanks, the resident agent for ks sale. -Mike McKinley leaves us a large poach raised from a six year old tree on the farm in Grand Meadow township. We shall beglu to think soon that we arc in the peach belt. — Mrs. D. N. Turner is down from Garner for a week's visit among her many old friends here. - Tho REVIEW will now be sent to new subscribers to Jan. 1st for 40 cts Send ft to your friends. —The west side of town is still a hive of industry, with work progressing on the four new resldeucea. - Rev. J. O. Thrush and wife rejoice in tho irrlval of a bouncing boy at tho parsonage in Spencer, Iowa. —A select dance will be given at Turner hall next Wednesday ovenlrg Music by the Ervin orchestra. —Who will be the next subjects for Hymen 's halter? There are a number more who are on tbe elliglble list. B IS IB UQ FMEHD. —.Skelton & Tangeman change their advertisement today. They report line and very satisfactory fall trade. —f bs pleasant countenance of Fred Wcllmau, of Monona, illuminated our sanctum a few minutes on Thursday —Louisiana Dimenson, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Piuo Finishing, for sale at SAMDEHS & KAPLER'S. We protect our customers by giving them Bargains. Our new Fall and Winter stock is daily arriving. We invite your inspection. Prices the very lowest. —A Mrs. Meyer, - who resided in Grand Meadow township, was buried yesterday. Wo were unable to secure any particulars. Small Farm For Sale. John Moir farm of 40 acres, a MAUKTKP. STAADT • WEBB—At tbe residence, of , townJbl| on Monday'evening. Sept. 26th, 189: tbs btide's parents in Post townJblp, on Monday evening. Sept. 26th, 1892, by Rev. E. J. Lockwood, Mr. John F. Staadt and Miss Ida J. Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webb. Thus are two among the oldest and most respected families of Post township united for the life voyage, with the best wishes of all our people, the most of whom among the older settlers have known the contracting parties since infancy. Few young people ever start out in life with better prospects of success. Good health, habits of industry and frugality, a good education and characters above reproach, It Will bs singular indeed if tho future is not full of fruition as well as promise. A goodly number of relatives were present and the presents were numerous, appropriate and fine. A pleasant season of quiet enjoyment was passed, a bounteous collation was served and the good nights were said at a timely horr, all hoping that Providence might continue to smile on the happy pair as benignly as nature smiled on the nuptials that beautiful autumn evening. Mr. and Mrs. Staadt took the train on Wednesday for a short western tour, after which they will be "at home" at tbe Staadt farm residence. -The Good Templar's social last by- ening was largely attended. Receipts $20.90. —W. C. McNeil will at once com-' mence excavating for his new brick block. We shall be glad to see it go up. -A wreck on tho Kansas City road, at Now Hampton, a few days ago caused the loss of eight or nine lives, mostly section men. -John Parker is here and will Jeavo this afternoon, with his family, for his now home at Independence. The best wishes of all our people go with them, with the hopo that prosperity will follow them there, as it was with thcrii here. DRESSER—PENNEKE—In Monona, Sent. 27th, 1891, at the home of the bride, Mr. Wilbur C. Dresser and Miss Anna Penneke. We cordially congratulate this worthy young couple and wish them all the prosperity and happiness that grow out of this sacred relation under the most favorable circumstances. They will settle down to housekeeping on the F. Drosser farm, just north of town. — Fred Kluss left us a sample peach grown on Mrs. Coyle's place in town. Thero wen 69 peaches on the tree. Which is several years old. We haven't heard of any oranges or bananas being grown here yet, but this is an age of surprises. Attention! A meeting of the citizens is called to meet at the REVIEW office next Monday evening, Oct. 3rd, to make arrangements to co-operate with our schools in the observance of Columbus day Oct. 21st. Br ORDER COM. J.'H. Warlleld williiloave on Saturday for his future home in Nobraska. having closed up,, hit business, here. We are not yut advised as to the future course of his successors in business. —Buy your Cloaks.of Skelton & Tanr geman. WhyP Because they carry the largest line.in town,,and they can show you the names of 22 persons who have bought oloaks-of'them this season. i ^, V »•—ll 1,-lti ;1 -<l . - With overy dress bought of Hnll <& Co's Jamestown Dress Goods you gat a guarantee that if they fade your money is refunded. Width, 38 to -t.2 in; price 3.5 to 60 cts. per yard. For sale by John Crosby. —For some reasou the demoara'.ic papers don't have much to Bay about the joint discussiou ul Crcsco between Butler Bud UpJegraff. From all accounts it was a disastrous knockout for Mr. Butler. —Mrs. A. R. Presoott took tho excur bion train Tuesday morning for Plauk- iiitoo, S. D., where h*>r daughter, Miss Sara, is teaching. -Our six room residence on Summer street will bs for rent Sept. 22nd. It is one of the nleasantest locations tor a small family in town. —Our S5.00 Jackets, heavy and I-ER- PECH.Y made, ave as good as yon will find elsewhere at #7.40. JNO. CKOSHY. —Do you know what a Carpet Sweeper is good for? Call on W. Chilss and ho will tell you. If it don't do the work as represented, money gladly refunded. The celebrated Bissell Carpet Sweeper. - The firm of Bixby & Williams will contmuo in business at Warfield's old stand until Dot. 23rd, when thny will roraovo to some other location in Post ville, they inform us, but the place is not yet definitely fixed. —John Phalon purchased ths cole braled equina marvel, "Old Pike," of Ed. Cornell ibis weak. Look out for some great record breaking, as the two P's (Pike and Phalen) aro both fast. Consideration, $30,000. The Wednesday Evening Meeting. Every seat in Turner hail was occupied at the initial republican mealing on Wednesday evening, and at times a largo number occupied standing room. It was an intelligent and select audience throughout, including many democrats and a large number of ladies. Capt. Lyons is not an orator in any sense of the term, anil nobody claims that he is even a good public speaker, as his voice Is against him. But ho is a plain, praetieal, everyday business man, with a keen penetration of the issues that divide the parlies, and he held the audience remarkably well to the closo. Many of his old n«lghbors and friends from Hardin and surrounding country wore out to see and hear Mm, and the large audlenco was very gratifying to him. As the attendance was so large it is unnecessary for us to go over the ground covered by his speech. Great credit is due the male quartet for the tine music furnished, which added much to tbe pleasure of the meeting. Tho singers wore Dr. Mabry, A..L.. Meier, M. E. Talcolt, W. F. Drcssor 1 and 'Charles Unrdwick, with Mrs. Mae Tbomns at thoibrgnn. /Taken all in all our-lirst republican rally was a.flattering succss. m < • • HepubliqanGsucue. ' ' •• At a republican caucus held at the oSlce of Wm. Shepherd, in Postville, Sept. 27l.h, 1892, W» CVMoNeil'occu­ pied the chair and J. R. Laughlin was chosen secretary. if On motion tho following delegates were chosen to attend the county convention, Oct. 1st: W. O. McNeil; J. R. Laughlin.'W. H. Carithars, W. N. Burdick, J. B. Halt, J. Orr. E. Marsh, J. H. Meior. Wm. Shepherd,.J. J. Jcnnowino. On motion delegates ,present .wero empowered to cast the full vote of the township. ; . ., . •.: • i On motion the following township ticket was placed in nomination i• , • For justices of the peace, E. Swsnson Wm. Shepherd. .• .. For constables, Darius Orr, F. W Tuljer. For trustee,.Ellison Orr. . For township clerk, A. R. Presoott. For. assossor, A. L. Meier. On motion tho folluwiug township committee was chosen: A. L. Meier. J. B. Hart, W. N. Bur dick. iii -': •• . ' On motion caucus adjourned. W. C. MCNEIL. Clint. J. U. LAUGHLIN, Sec'y. —It you waut a Boot or Shoe that will wear and prices that will tell, call on Skeltsn & Tangeman, for they have tho Variety to select from, —There Is a groat demand for small Kiss Kabul DeCou, Graduate of the American Coosorva tory of Music, Chicago; also pupil of Amy Fay, is prepared to tench the piano, ofgan and harmony. POSTVILLE, - IOWA. ' ii i - Ezekicl Younglove committed cide by hanging at the poor farm week. , . sui- last FOB SALS! Buggies of AU Descriptions. Guarantee: After two week's trial if the Rico Coil Spring provus not to be the easiest ridoron earth, will exchange and give any spiing desired—with the Handy Top," the most convenient b"K&y- W\ S. WEBSTER. -Today closes September and no killing frost yet. It is safe to say that the bulk of the corn crop is safe. Of course then; is occasionally an oar through the fields and especially in the sags and wet places that is still soft, but this is always the case. We should all be thankful that It came out as well as it did. ESTABLISHED 1883. J Prop. ')•>•• ' : <.-'"*• :**^—*~ : •• •,- !.•".. • / jOur Fttlt ttntl iWimtenS^toek in nownlnliy '• arriving.' It: ltatwintlbcon our n4m to produce of't'i»/< tint! flashyelotit-' infg, but- to sell'mtelhfroiidt* its .will' H :titln the'iiitmc we" hove so TUT CHtuhlishod',- *mit'at: tHc fJnWOfit iF*rlCoa coi>-^ MiAtt>nt:\vith (ioatl f.'oo<f.s. "We nt>t only keep our "prices' at u pofnf ivhere no coHipatHov-.-eiitt giitvcenafully meet thorn, but our assortment of Stylos' hintl' i'lifter'/is /.«»' cuHtly. .the. mo.it extennlx'o ever in tliin town. VllL.!** KlXB'nf LtffHT WMHlitlT H.s ii-cM MM Henvy Overeont*. ZtUSIXHSS SUITS. Cff /LDWEiVVS SUITS Oiir Ctif*snmerc Suits, itt aw .OO, 3IO.OO find «I2.CHV are. the be&t good* For the money on the mitrkct. GUST'S hUKXISlIIXGS. WiliSS SUITS. -Following is the democratic township ticket: Justices of tho peace, J. H. Sanders, A. B. Cook. Constables, Chas. Arnold, Lewis Meier. For township clerk, F. H. Welzel. For constable, W. H. Dawson. For assossor, Joseph Steele. Firs at McGreor. Wednesday night a firo occurred is McGregor, destroying five frame buildings, towards the upper end of Main stroct, on the north side. The buildings were occupied by two millinery shops, a photopraph gallery, a barber shop and a warehouse Tbs lire originated in the gallery. Dr. Will Cole's Dental Booms Will hereafter be -open ; every 'week day, as I have ateociated with me Dr. M A. Humphrey, a, graduate of tho dental school at Iowa cllyi and fegoott operator. I shall continue'to vlaitPost- ville on Tuosdny and Wednesday of each week, as heretofore. .... :( WILL COLE, D. D. S.. i -'By-mistake wo stated last week that the Decorah^ district -conference would meot at Hamptbn"on -OcU 5th. We shou'd have satd'ttw anntial session ot ihev-UppariowK tonlorence. Rev. Lockwood goes-next Tuesday, but expects to bo returned another year, as it seems to be the wish of all concern- od, including the presiding elder. Rev. Lockwood. has certainly .worked hard and faithfully in-his Held. It) jpoys' ^lojtlilua. . IIMVC n I.nrtfor Jifi'p .thtin ever, before,,, nnd prices, Acoprdfog to Qii«Iity, the Very • Lowest.. . Como In mid let us s/io,\v you our stock before,- purchnslttf*.; A.11 grooms, \varra/ited .-i.s represented, or m'onev will be eheerfully refunded. CARL HOLTER" —Our Cloak Room, 60x24 ft., tho largest nod best lighted Clonk Room lu Northern town. Is devoted entirely to our cloak stook, whore wo show, Uie latest and most, siylish garments down to our f 1.00 Cloaks. JNO. CROSBY. -We have the best stook of Blankets New German Paper. Postville is soon to have still another paper, a young gentlemen from Chicago, Wm. Sen ware, having made arrangements to start a Gorman democratic paper hero. It has been evident for tbe past year or more that our German altlzens would at an early day have an organ in their own language. They are so numerous now that they can easily support a newspaper with the advertising patronage that can be secured from business men. It will of course have a tondunoy to diminish the riceip^s of the English papers and thus make it impossible for two papers in the English language to permanently exist hero. Which shall abandon the field v ill be dumons'.ratud by time. Our German friends have given us » very liberal support during the seven teen years and a half that wo have been here, and whether they uoutlnuo wilh us or not they havo our thanks for what they have douo. Mr. Sohwarz Is an affable, pleasaut appearing gentleman and wo oan do no less than wish him success. The oflloo will bo 'i-cated in the Mott building, opposite John Moir's. — Postville is bound to lead as is evidenced by the following flattering notice; Take Notice, That the Pomillo Steam Roller. Mills wuil grind-Feed, C6rn Meal and Graham Monday aud Saturday of each weak hereafter. Having added a lino of, wood-working machinery w.e . ara prepared to do Waning, Matching', <ind all kinds of sawing, on short notice. ••• Bring in your lags and- have them sawed. Respectfully, H • - E. D. STILES. Farm For Sale.-•. I now offer for sale the Wm. Mitchell fnnu,:.3| miles west of I'ostvillo, outaininglBl acres,'with good.house, barns and outbuildings, an unfailing well and running water on the premises, and fenced In several fields Cause of selling, advanced years aud inability to superintend ii. For terms call on the undersigned on the promises. A good stook farm. (17m3) JAB. KENNEDY. FABX FOB 8ALB. My farm of 200 acres for salo. Situ nted in Madison township, Winnesheik Co., Iowa, three aud a half miles wast of Decorali, in sections 11 and U. Well Improved and timber onough for farm use. In good stale of cultivation. Well watered and good bulldltigs. School within six rods of houao. Long time will bo given on part payment,. Inquire on farm for partioulars. Address: Wu. MCIKTOSII, (Box 238) Decorah. Iowa. FURNITURE, BEDDING AND CAKPETS. The c> ^rg«st.aad Cheapest Line of ru,rn;ture, -Bedding, Qar- pets and; ./Window ... Shades this ,. M see . , .ever shown.,in Community. Come and us. EESPECTFXJLLT, & WAHTRR' GHRISS. POSTVILLE, N. DOUGLASS,' Pais. ']'. F.'SMITH, JAS. MCEWEN, CASIUIK. V. F PA.1D UP CAPITAL, $25,000. Do a General Banking Business.' Buy and sell Foreign and Domestic Exchange: Accounts ' ol 'Farmers,' Merchants arid 'others received aud carefully prote'oUu". 1 ••'" ' Interest paid on Time Deposits', 'investments: made for outside parties on favovable terms. Vci7*Proteoted by firo proof vault and screw sate. Safety deposit steel drawers for rout. door, limo lock, burglar proof Well Bought is half sold. We oan assure the people of Poetyil!u and vicinity, that no stock' ever brought into the ciiv auui twiniTli> — Den't fail to notice G. W. Harris' card rejativ* to poJandChipa.hogs., , ; . ; af-~. -You will notice the change'in Luhman A Sanders' advertisement today.

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