The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa on November 5, 1892 · Page 3
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Postville, Iowa
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Saturday, November 5, 1892
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BEFORE You purchase your Fall and Winter Si k Overcoat do not fail to call on the U. T. K. and examine the goods which they are offering. They have made great preparations for the present season. They Have Loaded Their Counters with the latest styles of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, Under Flannels, Trunks, Hand Bags, &c, and they would be pleased to have you call and look them over. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. 11 K.CL J. H. GRAY, Proprietor. LUHMAN & SANDERS. HEADQUARTERS FOR wwwmm Bams m wmmmMmmmfi Full Line of Cloaks and Jackets-Plush, Plain and Fur Trimmed, The Postvillc Weekly Review. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY W. N.BURDICK. TERMS: $1.50A YEAR IN ADVANCE LOCAL REVIEW. —Pickles sit Hart's. -Wood Sausage at Hurl's. - American or German cuts at Hart's Market. —If you want sowing done apply to Miss Roach. --Congressman Butler at Turner hnll next Monday evening. —Lulunan A Sanders have >Slio:>s in town at .*2.50. the best —Try the celebrated prepared minco maul at Hart's market. — The highest prices paid for poultry at Hart's meat market. —Fresh bulk oysters received evory Saturday nt Hart's meat market. Mrs. Lydia A. Hart-Towns is oxpeotod hero on a visit next week. —Felt Hoots, Arctics and Rubbers, at wholesale prices, h. STICOBKL & SON. —The BEST Reynolds Bros. Fine Shoes for Ladies, every pair warranted. JKO. CKOSHY. -You will save money in buying your winter rubbers of L. Stroebel * Son. -J. B. Hart has a new butcher, Mr. Salzgnbor, late of McGregor, in place of Zoller. — Mrs. John Rollinson, of Dcs Moines, is visiting relatives here for a few davs. —Richardson & Norcross Ladies Fine Shoes, only $2.. r >0. In different"! widths. At LIMIMAN & SANDEUS'. —Reynolds Bros. 1< ine Shoes for Ladies ARE the best. Ask tlioso that wear them. JNO. Citosur. —John VanVelzer lias purchased the.old Cale Bishop residence of It. N. Douglass. . —.'as. Fisher has purchased the Frauk Glines residence property. Price not stated. —Will some friend in Franklin township send us the votu of that township on Weduosday morning? -Miss Lois Tutllc came down from Decorah ami spent Sunday and Monday with home folks and friends. —Wo expected to have had another republican speech but it seems w». shall have to "run tho gauntlet" without it. --Louisiana Dimenaon, Cypress Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pine Finishing, for salo at SANDKUS & KAPLER'S. —Buy the Boston Rubbor Shoe Co's Arctics. They are tho best and you can get thorn at wholesale prices. STHOEUKI, & SON. —On account of a wreck out near Algona tho Dakota section of the Tuesday morning train did not roach hero until 10:20. —Nature wept at tho Boies and Butler demonstrations at Garnavillo and McGregor last Tuesday. Wo cannot blame her. — Wo should be pleased if sonio of our readers would bring us in some good potatoes, either on fcubseription or for cash. —Corn husking would have been well along this week had the weather remained favorable. As it. is a few are already dono. —Don't fail to read tho now announcement of Carl Holier in this issuo. i'horo is no "McKinley bill" on his clothing or prices. —Fourteen of the faithful wont to McGregor on Tuesday evening to attond tho Boies and Butler demon stration from Postvillo. -Salzgaber at Hart's. —Prepared mince meat at Hart's. Good Cow Wanted. I wish to purchase* a good fresh cow. Apply at the Methodist parsonage. Dressmaking', And plain sowing dono promptly. Residence, Frank Glines house on Military street. Miss LIZZIE M. ROACH. —A enrloncl ot eholec A'cw Yurie npplcs. Lenve your orders nt .John Thomn's. For Sale. My residence on the north side. Mils. H. B. HAZLETON. Good Farm For Sale •or Bent. A good farm of 200 acres, 5J miles southwest of Postville. For terms and information inquire at this office. Horse-Shoeing. No hit nnd miss, but a good job every clatter and prices very reasonable. THUS. SIIOHTREKD. To Rant. Millinery Shop, one door south of the postoffice. Good location for a barber shop. W. S. WEUSTEH. Small Farm For Sale. Tho John Moir farm of 40 acres, a half mile south of Postvillc, is now for sale. Call on John Moir for particulars. —John Schmidt, residing just south- oast of town, had tho misfortune to slip and fall, dislocating his shoulder, on Wednesday. Dr. Becker putliini in shape. —A note from Prof. Smith informs us that ho. is well and enjoying his work at Lansing. He wishes to be romomberod kindly to his Postvillo friends. —Wo are glad to learn that Mrs. Hall Roberts, wiio has been in St. Paul several wcoks receiving medical treatment, is greatly improved and will soon be home. -If you aro not sure you know how '.o voto under tho Australian ballot, go to some man competent to inform you so that no mistakes may occur. It is very simple. -Wo aro under obligations to Fred Wollman and family for co.irtcsies ex tended while at Monona. As enter tainers they uro a success. —No matter what party you belong to you should voto next Tuesday. If you have no ohoico yourself ask your wife which ticket to voto, —Goo. Estoy, a soninliiw of W. II Dawson, had tho misfortune to have' r leg broken whilo working around n j>aw mill on Yellow r'.ver, northwest of town. Everything in our line is sold very cheap. Respectfully, -John P. Raymond, republican can dldate for clerk, and Herman B. Ilin- rioks, candidate for supervisor, wero hero this wouk. Wo aro indebted for n pleasant call. -Hixby & Williaiiia rocelved a car of lino Eastern Apples this week, which they aro selling at prices below what was oxpectod for this (till. Call unci examine thorn, —All new subscribers pnyiug ti your In advanoe. or old onos paving up to dato and for another year, wlU be orod Rod to Jan. 1st, 1894. which is equiva lent to giving them tho next two months freo. Saw Filing'. For tho present I will file saws on Saturdays of eacli veek, at Bishop's old shop. Leave saws on'other days at Staadfs drug store. H. B. TAYLOK. -The ladies who are interested in iter.ituro and art aro requested to meet at Mrs. Cornell's for the purposo of organizing a club, next Tuosday afternoon at 3 o'clock. -Mrs. M. A. Maricale will haye an auction sale of stock and machinery at ler residence, three miles northeast of Castalia, on Friday, Nov. 11th, commencing at 10:00 o'clock, a. m. -Hallowo'en passed off in a more civilized mannor than usual, perhaps on account of it being rainy anil an extra police forco being on duty. All such work ought to bo abandoned. —On account of bad weather the vrieklayors did not fairly cnmmcuco lying tho blocks until Thursday morning, but they will make short work of it. Mr. Wilson, of Decorah, and his foico have the job. Miss Mabel DeOou, Graduate of tho Aniorican Conservatory of Music, Chicago; also pupil of Amy Fay, is prepared to tench the piano, organ and harmony. POSTVIIJ.E, - IOWA. —HIXBY * WILLIAMS ate making spocial discounts for two weeks to redueo thoir stock before moving into their now storo. Everything is reduced from 10 to 50 per cent. Come and seo. Ward's old stand. Accepted. It&v. Hand, who was last week unanimously called by the Congregational church of Podtvillc, has accepted and is expected to bo hero on the 15th. He will occupy the pulpit for the first time two weeks from next Sunday. —Kansas isn't iu it. C. P. Smith brings us an ear of corn thai "lays oyer" the big Kansas tar by an inch in length and an inch in circumference, it being full twclvo inches long and nine in circumferance at the butt, aud weighs a pound and a half. We believe it is the largest ear of corn we ever saw. Br. Will Cole's Dental Booms Will licrenfler be open every week day, as I have associated with mo Dr. M. A. Humphrey, a graduate of the dental school at Iowa city, and a good operator. I shall continue to visitPost- ville on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, as heretofore. WILL COLK, D. D. S. TTpdegraff at Castalia. Hon. Thos. Updegraff will spoak at Castalia tins (Friday) evening. As this will bo the only opportunity that our people will have to hoar our noxt congressman before election it would bo well to get up ii crowd and go up there and hear him. It will pay all to go. For Snlo. Ono thorough bred, registered Jorsey cow, and two thorough bred Jersey bull calves, eight months old and elligi- ble to registry. All well bred. For particulars address A. Chapin, Ma Gregor, Iowa, —Fred Schultz, south of town, was sotting 'em up in groat shape this week over tho arrival of a brand now corn busker at his home this week, tho first arrival. We hope he may live long aud grow up to bo as good a man as his "pa." —Whilo in Monona wo went into tho now bank and found it complete in all its details. It Is supplied with all tho modern improvements in the wiry of furniture, safo, vault, etc. And the best of it is \\ is nlroady doing a paying business. - A German farmer residing near Ossian, by the nnnio of Broitspeeker, was robbed of .«S0 in money and several hundred dollars in valuable papers, by a tramp who had been employed by him. The theft was perpetrated last Saturday ovening and wo havo not learned that the thief has boon caught. Better let your work go undone than to hire a vagabond tramp. Prof. Brackenridge's Decorah Institute. Last wintor term was an unusually prosperous one. Last week the winter term opened with a larger enrollment than a year ago. This is especially the ease in the Business Department. Tho additional quarters for this work wero not provided any too soon. Excellent work, with moderate tuition, is lulling its natural effect. —From now' until eloction voters should look oiit for circulars and canards. Such things are always sprung too late for contradiction,' and uinoty-nino out of every hundred are unmitigated falsehoods. It! may be set down as certain that facts would havo been presented before this time. It is only falsehoods that are kept until tho eve of election. Don't bo influenced by them. Stout's Patent "Snag Proof" Rubber Boot Is for sale only by Jno. Crosby. Others are deceiving yon when thoy claim they uive it. It is the BEST and cortainly tho cheapest Rubber Boot made, as the majority of rubber boot woarors in this community can testify to. Look for tho trade mark, "Snag Proof," on the top of boot leg, and "Lambcrtvillo Rubber Co." on the heel. FARM FOB SALE. My farm of 200 acres for said. Sitti- atod in Madison township, Winncshcik Co., Iowa, three aud a half miles west of Decorah, in sections 11 and 11. Well improved and timber enough for farm use. In good stato of cultivation. Well watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house. Long time will bo givon on part paymont. Inquire on farm for particulars. Address: WM. MCINTOSH, (Box 288) Decorah, Iowa. MARRIED. KRAMBEER—ELLIS—At the residence of the bndo's paronts in Post villo, on Tuesday. Nov. 1st, 1K92, by Rev. B. 1). Smith, Mr. Wm. J. Kram beer and Miss Gertie R. Ellis, all of Postville. A pleasant littlo gathering is report ed consisting of the immodiato relatives of the contracting parties. Mr. Krainbeer is associated with Thomas Shortrcod in the blacksmith business, and has already gono to housekeeping on tho south side. We wish tho yjung 'couple prosperity and happiness. —Wo soo by the Monona Leader that W. J. Holahun is opening a machinery dopot iu that town, with Burt Studor- vant in ohargo. Will is a pusher untl proposes to sell what machinery is sold In this part of Allamakee and Clayton counties. —Tho remains of Mrs. Brown, formerly Miss Katie Shcohy, ami her Infant child, arrived from Kansas on Saturday evening, and were interred at Clermont on Sunday. The relatives have our sympathy in thoir great and sudden boruuvonuml." —Shorlreed & Krambcer have luovod into tho old Stafford shop and aro rjotidy fur buslucss. The old shop has undergone a good tunny improvements, such us a uow roof on the oast side, now floor, ci'llinir nil over, now coat house. —Tho Monona Lender is so full of homo advertising that it has had to enlargo to a seven column quarto to accommodate it. It is now carrying moro homo advertising than any paper in this part of the state, and if it con linuos our friend, Col. Otis, will have a bonanza, or some crazy printor will start tho second paper there, Just as soon as it is demonstrated that one papor can live in a town somebody will start the sooend, nnd possibly tho third. Most all lines of business are overdone in theso latter days. FARM FOR SALE. ' We offer for salo the best farm of its size In Winnesheik Co. Consisting of 280 noros, lying two milos Northwest of Fraukvllle, together with 70 acres tint ber land iu Yellow River timber. Tho farm is under a high state of oultiva Hon. The house and barn are new and good. Tho barn largo enough to shol tor all stock on farm and food for It Good fonoos, &o. For prices and forms call on or address, H. & L. W. BUAUU, 8w Duoorah, Iowa Bethel Breezes. Mertio Cook's bruises and broken arm are getting well very fast. We are still alive and feel thankful for kind friends and neighbors. A. B. Cook superintends a S. S. at tho Evergroen school house every Sunday afternoon. The sociable last Wednesday evening at Will Meier's was largely attended. Quito a largo number were down from your town. On tho part of the S. S. we want to thauk everybody there for the money received. It gives us quite a start on the next year's expenses of the S. S. It is very dry for husking shock corn. As I think of it, to hind eorn fodder cut a piece of binding twino the right length to go around tho bunch of fodder to bind, straddle the bunch of fodder with your face to the tops, put your aims around the bunch with the string in one hand, now lift the fodder nnd put the string around, clasp the bunch between the legs, pull the string tight and grip the bunch with the legs liko a vice, pull and grip until tho bun- dlo is bound tight enough. By tho events of the last week we aro led to believe life is ever changing. Real estate has not been on a very big boom but personal effects hare been on the move. Andrew Oleson moved from Even Swenson's house into ono of his own in Franklin township, A. M. L. Braimird moved into the Swcnson louse, James Lawson moved into Ihe Brainard house, David Vickery into tho ono Lawson left, Press Gilson into the last house vacated, Lee VanHorn and Charley Powell exchanged houses, and I hope all arc happy in their new homes. J. II. Meier is very busy looking after his political canvass. Now, as our democratic friends said eight years ago as to president, wo need a change. So it is with auditor of this county. After a man is in office for a number of years ho gets more or less .'nroless. I think of one instance just now. The law makes it the duty of county auditors to correct the township plat every two years for tho assessors of incorporated towns and townships. Now 1 am quite suro tho presont incumbent has neyer corrected one of these plats since he was in office. If tho democrats never intend to put another man in nomination, friends, democrats that aro dissatislicd, help us put a man into tho office that is well fitted in every way for tho place. EIIAB. • A The Gormnn Poper. At hist, after the third trial, it scorns that our German friends aro to havo a paper liore in their own language Mr. L."E. Frariz, of Cliicago, is tho gentleman who is putting in the plant. The material is jiurchiisod and is expected horo this v/eok. nnd tho papor will make its appearance in a few days. The otlico will bo looatod iu tho second story of the Watd storo building, it the managomont has the necessary capital nnd ability it must inevitably provo a success, whatever may bo tho outcome with the English papers. It is certain, ono of the latter must abandon the field, as it is impossible that throe papers can bo sustained hero. It is a bare strugglo for existence for two, Tho new paper will be called tho Iowa Volksblatt. ESTABLISHED 1883. YOU WILLpE IE LUCK if you see our new stock of Clothing, and you'll be in greater luck, if you make a purchase. Good luck, seldom comes unasked and must "be sought to be enjoyed. To see these goods you must come tq pur store and the. trip oan be made -with a double' advantage. After inspecting our stock you will have a clearer understanding of what you want and you will get a better article for less money than you would otherwise obtain. It always pays to be alive to your opportunities and to know what's within your reach. This kind of activity yields a big percentage every time. It's a start towards bankruptcy indifferent to the quality and price of your purchases. To really./know what money will buy, you must see our stock of Suits and Overcoats- Never since we have been in business haye we' shown as large a line as this fall in these two most important departments. ; HEAVY ALL WOOL SUITS FROM 6.50 UP., HEAVY STORM ULSTERS " 4.00 UP. ' BOYS' OVERCOATS - " 1.00 UP. UNDERWEAR. A I^itrgc Line to select from. Grny nncl Vertical stripe, from HO to SO cents. Heavy grny unci hrown, nil vool/from 70c to 2.W)por gnrmcnt. GLOVES AND MITTENS. JSnclIess variety. From Hcnvy Shrunk Yum Mitts, nt IOC, Calf, Buck, Sarnnnc, Hognnil Gout, to tho Finest Kiel Oloves unci Mitts nt tho very lowest prieos. FULL LINE OP FEB COATS. Coon, Hair, Seal, Wild Cat, Dog'and Goat, bought of the best Fur House in this country. Every coat war-/ ranted. Come and see for yourselves. You will find our prices right and the lowest- , CARL HOLTER. —One moro explanation seems necessary on voting the Australian ballot which we omitted lust week, and that is whoro a man don't wish to yoto for some candidate on his ticket and will net vote for the candidate of the oppo sition. In other words, ho don't want to voto nt all for that particular oflico. There nro two ways ho may accomplish this. Tho first is to not mark the eir- clo nt tho hoad of any of th'e' tickets but mark tho squares opposite to every name on tho ticket except tho namo ho doos not wish to vote for. Tho other is to mark tho cross in tho oircle and nothing olso EXCKI'T tho nanio'referrod to, and cross out tho squares opposite to these names on two or moro of the tickots, whon tho voto will not boeount- od for cither candidate. Don't erase a name. FURNITURE, BEDDING AND CARPETS, f | The Largest and ".Cheapest. Line | \ of Furniture, Bedding, Car- Well Bought is half sold. Wo can assure the peoplo of Postville and vicinity, that no stock evor brought into tho city was bought moro advantagonsly or will bo sold on closer margins. Wo have finished the purchase of holiday goods and can now show you a complete line—watches, jewelry, gold and fountain pons, silverware, including a large line of novelties; musical goods of evory description, artists' material, stationery (Whitiug's standard) and presentation books. The latest designs, the best goods, and lowest prieos. Wo defy competition. „ Respectfully, W. J. HANKS. —Sunday themes ut the Methodist church: Morning: "Old Fashioned Religion." Evening; "Tho Boat Thing iu tho — In calling on republicans to bo sure and arrange to vole noxt Tuosday wo do so becauso it is positively known that every democratic rote will be got out—they always aro, to a groat deal larger extent than tho republican voto. And this year their grout anxiety to snvo their congressional candidate will cause them to inako extra efforts. Republicans should moot them half way In this laudable endeavor, and get out ovory voto too. If thoy will do this all ovor tho district Mr. Updegraff will go Iu by a safo majority. If thoy don't, defeat will bo their own fault. Take Notioo, That tho Portvillo Stoam Roller Mills pets and . -Window Shades ever shown in this $ Community. Come and see us. ^ KESPEOTPULLT, POSTVILLE, IOWA. R. N. DOUGLASS, Pms. J. V. SMITH, V, P .MS. McE\VEN,C «MtUMt,, PAID UP.CAP1TAL,, $25,000., . Do a General I},ankjug Business. Buy and sell Foreign and Pjomesiic Kxohango. Accounts ol i'ariiiorB, Merchants and others rqcoived,.aud carefully proteo'.od. interest paid on Timo Deposits. Investments made for outside parties on favorable terras, ^©"•Protoolcd by flro proof vault and screw door, timo look, burglar proof safo. Safety donosit steel drawors for rent.

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