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November 12, 1892

The Postville Review from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

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BEFOR The Postville Weekly Review. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W. N. BURDICK. BY TERMS: $ 1 .bO A YEAR INADVANCE. LOCAL REVIEW. —Pickles nt Hurt's. -Blood Sausage nt Hart's. - And too! wo saved the township ticket - American or German cuts tit Hurt's 'Market. —Monday wns our first introduction to winter. —J. S. Dresser raised yesterday. a large barn You purchase your it & —Try the celebrated prepared mince meat at Hart's market. — Mrs. J. H. Burliaus was down from Castnlia yesterday. — The highest prices paid for poultry at Hart's meat markot. - Carl Meyer will move into his elegant new rosidence on Saturday. —Fresh bulk oysters received evory Saturday nt Hart's meat market., —Folt Boots, Arcties and Rubbers, at wholesale- prices. L. STKOBEL & SON. —Say! Did you hear anything drop about 11 o'clock, on Tuesday evening? —You will savo money in bnylng | your winter rubbers of L. Stroebel * Son. 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. •II. O. Green caore up from Iowa City to put in a vote for Cleveland and Butler. ThanKngiving will bo the next interesting day to all who can afford a turkuv.' -Cleveland is elected and eggs are 20 cts. a dozen. "Down with the robber tariff!" — Salzgabcr at Hurl's. —Prepared mince meat at Hart's. Good Cow Wanted. I wisli to purchase a good fresh cow. Apply at the Methodist parsonage. House For Bent. A good medium sized house for rent, half a block from the posloflice. Inquire of It. N. Douglass. Quilting, And plain sewing done promptly. Residence, Frank Glitics house on Military street. Miss LIZZIK M. KOACII. —A earload of ehoiee Ziciv Yurk apples. Lcurc your orders at ./o/i/i Thoma's. My For Sale. residence on the north side. MKS. H. B. HAZLETON. —Prof. Breekenridge invites the most careful examination into the work done in his Business School. Good Farm For Sale or Bent. A good farm of 200 acres, 5} miles southwest of Postville. For terms and information inquire at this office. Take Notico, Thai the Poilvillti Steam Holler Mills w iil grind Feed, Corn Meal and lira- ham Monday and Saturday of each week hereafter. Having added a line of wood-working machinery we are prepared to do Planing, Matching, and all kinds of sawing, on short notice. Bring in your togs and have them sawed. Respectfully, E. 13. STILUS. —A couple of sidewalk ordinances arc published this week, one providing for a walk along the south side of Military street from the corner of the Uro- lie tract to tho Zccman corner, opposite A. P. Abbott's, nnd the other from tho corner west of the Methodist church along the south side of Tildon street, west to Harmnn's addition. The latter walk is needed but wo can hardly seo the necessity of tho first. At the same time all walks well kept up arc an advantage to the town. Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss, but a good job every clattor and prices very i-easonablo. Titos. SllOUTKEEI>. To Bent. Millinery Shop, ono door south of tho postollico. Good location for n barber shop. W. S. WEBSTKH. Small Farm For Sale. Tho John Moir farm of 40 acres, a half mile south of Postville, is now for sale. Call on John Moir for particulars. Saw Filing. For the present I will file saws on Saturdays of each vroek, at Bishop's old shop. Leave saws on other days at Staadt's drug store. 11. B. TAYLOR. —Wu are authorized to say the great wheelbarrow act in which D. E. Harrington and Wm. Thoma are principals, will come off promptly at 1:50, P. M., on Saturday. As a result of an election bet tho fonuor wheels tho latter through the principal streets in gay attire, accompanied by bands of mime and nil the "pomp and circuiustauoo of war." It. promises to bo better than any circus we have had for years and is positively the only large show that will visit Postville this icason. FABM FOB SALE. My farm of 200 acres for sale. Situated in Madison township, Winnoshoik Co., Iowa, three and a half miles west of Dccorah, in sections 11 and 11. Well improved and timber enough for farm use. In good state of cultivation. Well watered and good buildings. School within six rods of house. Kong time will bo given on part payment Inquire on farm for particulars. Address: WM. MCINTOSK, (Box 238) Docorali, Iowa. Maj. -14 " 43 . .. 170" ICO. 169. 109. Post TownBhip Vote—Official. The following is the official vole of Post township. The total vote was ten short of Inst year, and the republicans lose 14 and the democrats 4, making a net democratic grtiu of 10. This is more than accounted for by upwards of 20 republicans having moved out of the township during tho past rear: NATIONAL TICKET. Harrison i?09 Cleveland 105 State ticket Republican CO.VOItESSIONAL. Updegraff 207 Butler COUNTY TICKET. Auditor—Meier, 218; Collins, Majority, S3. Clerk—Raymond, 214; Hart, Majority. 46. Recorder- Dilio, 208; Purdy, Majority, !!!). Supervisor—Hinricks, 208; Coppersmith, 1G8. Majority, 40. Attorney—Dayton, 1G9. TOWNSIItl' TICKET. Justices of tho Peace—Swenson, 209; Shepherd, 210; Sanders, 166; Cook, 168. Constables-Tullor, 215; Arnold, 166; Orr. 213; Meier, 168. Township Clerk—Prescott, 200; Wcl- zel, 181. Majority, 19. Trustee—Orr, 809; Dawson. 17a. Majority, 36. Assessor—Meier, 83; Steele, 51. Majority, 32. There were 7 ballots cast for the national people's ticket and 6 for the state ticket. These votes were evidently cast for Butler, which accounts for his running ahead. Considering the largo number of republican removals from tho township we have dono remarkably well. Wo expected tho majority would not exceed 26 this year, so in our township we are well pleased with the result. It is still solidly republican. -The next thing will be the light for tho postollices, and Updegraff, unlike Swoney. will not bo in it. -Louisiana Dinionsoti, Cypres:. Shingles and Arkansas Yellow Pino Finishing, for sale at SAXDEKH & KAI'LEU'S. Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatter and prices very reasonable. New location, Stafford's old shop, cast of Luhman & Sanders' store. SlIOltTUEED & KliAMIlEKK. Alias Mabol DeCou, Graduate of the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago; also pupil of Amy Fay, is prepared to tench the piano, organ and harmony. POSTVILLE, - IOWA. - Wo had a pleasant call from Mrs. Buruham, of Granger, Minn., Mrs. Benj.. Smith's cousin, who is visiting the lattor. We knew her tw«nty-six to twenty-eight years ago, having at that time "kept store" in that town It is a long time ago, but it seems very short in tho retrospect. When that many more years huva been numbered there will doubtless be scarcely u 'memory left of us, nnd but-few will ever stop to think that such people ever lived. Such is tlii< experience of human life. -Our democratic, friends ar« having one continued round of pleasure this | week. Wo don't blamo them. It is their turn. B. T. K. -Buy the Boston Rubber Shoo Co's Arctics. Thoy are tho best and you [ can get ttiom at wholesale prices. Li. STHOEIIEI. & SON. For Sale. One thorough bred, registered Jersey cow, and two thorough bred Jersey bull calves, eight months old and elligi- blo to registry. All well bred. For particulars address A. Chapin, Mo Gregor, Iowa. J. H. GRAY, Proprietor. -Special convocation of Brotherly Love Lodge, No. 204, A. F. and A. M., next Tuosday evening. Work on the third degree. "Turn the rascals out!" This will now be tho cry from ocean to ocean instead of the stale one, "Down with tho robber tariff!" -Wo had expected to give tho vote of tho county complete by townships this week but did not get tho returns in time. Wo shall give it later. All that tho people care to know just now is tho gcnoral result in the county, which wo give elsewhere. FARM FOB SALE. Wo offer for sale the best farm cf iis size in Winnesheik Co. Consisting of 280 acres, lying two miles Northwest of Frankville, together with 70 acres timber laud in Yellow River timber. The farm is under a high state of cultivation. The house and barn are new and ;ood. The barn lavge enough to shelter all stock on farm and feod for it. Good fences, i&c. For prices and terms, call on or address, II. & L. W. BKAUI), 3w Decora!), Iowa. ESTABLISHED 1083. LUHMAN & SANDERS. -We thou; I hard enough I nothing to the cyclone •Where aro wo at?" lit tho cold wavo on Monday, but of struck it was Tuesday. You Can Win $6000 by estimating tho plurality of tho total popular vote, or nearest to it, which either Harrison or Cleveland wil receive. For particulars seo this week's Family Story Paper. Out today. All news-stands. -Geo. W. Bollows is now a resident of our "ward" in Postville, having moy- ed into tho Dresser houso last Saturday. Welcome to our borders. HEADQUARTERS FOR wmm mmmmm -Day board at cost, now SI.60 por week, and routed text books make tho oxpenses yory small at Prof. Brecken- ridgo's Dccorah Institute -Tho people's party volo all went to Bntlor, of course. This is why ho ran ahead of his ticket.' This cuts t down Updograff's majority spmewhat, but it is largo enough for"nll practical purposes, as Mr. Butler concedod his defeat on Wednesday by 1300 majority. A Word to Subscribers. Tho election is past and winter is at hand. Like everybody else tho printer has to buy «vood and all other supplies, and it takes money to do it. On taking an inventory of available funds wo lind we ai'o short of enough to make all these odds and ends meet. In brief wo neo'l monoy, aud hopo all who arc behind will contiibnto their niito \vith-«| out waiting for a .statement or to bo called ou. Pleaso bear this in mind, whether it ho amount is large or small. 'Small favors thaukfully roccivod." Council Proceedings. Reg.ilar meeting held Nov. 4th. 1892. Ou motion, report of John Colo, street commissioner, accepted and tiled On motion, report of a»ayor in refer once to liberty pole, accepted and filed. Said report shows the -pole cost $45.53. The ordinance committee reporting presented Ordinance No. 104, being an ordinance for tho building of sidewalk on the south side of Military sir6Ct and tho south and north sides of Tilden ttrect. Said ordinance was passed. Petition of citizens asking that crossing bo built across M.»ple street and Front street, read. On motion, petition was referred to street committee. The following bills were allowed: Hoy & McNeil, material for liberty pole S. F. CUnton. material for liberty pole, - ' E. D. Stiles, material for and labor on liberty pole, J. Fisher, material for and labor on liberty pole, R. N. Douglass, material for liberty polo, J. Meyer •& Co., blacksiuithing for liberty pole, John Colo, labor of team on Sis., " " sulf " " Wm. McQuillan, labor " '• John Fixleiv " ' " •' G. Boynton, hauling 15 loads of stone and labor of self and team on grader, R. N. Douglass, attending council meetings, C. Thoma, attending council meetings YOU WILL BE 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 he sought to be enjoyed. To see these goods you must come to our store and the trip can 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 to be indifferent to the quality and price of your purchases. To really^ knoiw 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 inS these two most important departments. . HEAVY ALL WOOL SUITS FROM 6.60 UP. HEAVY STORM ULSTERS " 4.00 UP. BOYS' OVERCOATS - " 1.00 UP! -The cold wavo and tho election together put back bricklaying on tho McNeil building, but it is going ahead now and will soon bo completed. m mmmsmsm —W. J. Hanks has a dfsplayed ad on tho other page. Read it. Anything in the jewelry lino yon wish "Jimmy" has got nnd prices aro away down. —Castaliiv has a vory good eornot band and it has not been organizod but two mouths. It did good work at tho Updegraff meeting last Friday evening. -Wo seo by bills posted that J. C. Taylor, of Emporia, Kansas, formerly of this place, will bo in Postvillo, and sell at public auction, at 1 o'clock, on Saturday, Nov. 19th, some blooded horses, including Richwood. Wo shall all bo glad to seo "Jim" Taylor again. —Wo have two organs of tho celebrated Western Cottage Manf'g, which we have undertaken to dispose for other parties. Boing out of our lino wo will close them out at first cost, for cash No more can bo had when those are gono. Now Is the golden opportunity. W. J. HANKS - 3 07 9 70 •10 90 4 50 1 30 6 27 12 20 23 32 4 06 10 00 UNDERWEAR. A L,arire Line to sc/oct from. Grny anil Vert leal stripe, from HO to (id cents. ITcavy gray :m<I hrown, all wool, from 70e to 2.OO per garment. GLOVES AND MITTENS. -.» landless variety. ]*rt'jtn Heavy Shrunk Yam Alitts, nt lOc, Calf, jiuek, Sarnnue, Hug and Goat, to the l*lnest' fCUl Gloves and Mitts at tho very lo west price's. FULL LINE OF FUR COATS. Coon, Hair, Seal, Wild Cat, Dog*and G-oat, bought of the best Fur House in this country. Every coat warranted. Come and see for yourselves. You will find bur prices right and the lowest. CARL HOLTER. J. Cole, services assistant marshal, Oct. 31, J. McCunnift", services assistant marshal, Oct. 31, , 16 25 6 00 6 00 2 00 2 00 Full Line of Cloaks and Jackets—Plush, Plain and Fur Trimmed. - All aro cordially invitod to attend services at tho Mo'.hodist church. Topic Sunday morning, Objective and Subjective Religion. Evening topic, Tho Bost Thing in tho Woild. -Tho band was out ou Wednesday, afternoon discoursing sweot music to soothe tho republican breast. Our thanks aro duo for a duo selection, and when wo aro "on top" wo will reciprocate. Dr. Will Cole's Dental Rooms Will horoaftor be opon evory wook day, as I havo lusooiated with mo Dr. M. A. Humphrey, a gi-aduato of tho dental school at Iowa city, and a good operator. I shall oonlinuo to visit Post villa on Tuesday aud Wednesday of each week, as heretofore. WILL COLS, P. D. S. —Tho following subscribers have our thanks for cash on subscription sinoo our last report, tho most of thorn being now. J. J. Jonnewlno, W. H. Goss- mau, A. li. Stiles, Wm. Call and H. O. Green. Everything in our line is sold cheap. Respectfully, very LUHMAN & SANDERS. —All new subsnvibors paying u year in ndvnnoo. or old ones paying «P t0 dato and for another year, will be crod Rod to Jan. 1st, 1894. which is equivalent to giving thorn tho next two months free. - Col. Henderson was victorious in the 3rd, as woll as Updegraff iu this district. This makes us twioo glad. Tho Dubuque Tiraos ought to go hate itself to death. Lot a .party paper Bland or full with its nominees every time. There is nothing more dotost- able than a paper that is better than its party, in its own estimation. Tho aoticn of a convention should always bo final. — Wo should have elected at least two of our oiiudidales on the county ticket last Tuesday had it not boon for tho Australian ballot and tho tendency to volo straight tickets. While wo rogret this as to tho candidates that might otherwise havo boeu elected wu still must admit that it is right. No man has the political right to scratch u regularly nominated candidate of his parly from personal friendship or selfish motives. Wo voto n straight ticket ourself and wo can but adviso everybody else to do tho same, no matter what his politics may bo. It is hard on minority omididatos, but it is right. —There is no clnsx of pooplo on oarlh who can enjoy a victory so much us our democratic friends, and on this account, we aro almost glad that twice in the past thirty-two years thoy haye had an opportunity to rejoice. Republicans never make any demonstrations of joy when thoy aro successful nor put on widow's weeds when thoy fail. In victory or defeat they aro always about the samo. If thoy were moro emotional and enthusiastic it might bo to their intorost. Wo aro perfectly willing that eveiy man and every party should use their own pleasure in this regard. It does us good to soo somebody happy, and In a political sense we can't all bo happy at ouoe. A Fine Mechanical Head. Wo wore woll awaro that W Hanks understands his business J. as a -Ottpt. C. II. Call, of Cairo, III., was jowolor, but we did not suppose ho was hero over Sunday visiting his uouslii, u raaohinist as woll. Somo ten years Mrs. Benj. Smith. This is his tlist vis- ago we bought n (lordou job press, but it to this sootion sinoo 18G5, and of iu shipping a small easting was brokou —Our political rooster has been put on a diot of dry lunvos and Salt rlvor water. If he rallies In time we shall utili/.e him for Thanksgiving purposes; otherwise wo shall bunk.i him lo "In- nopuous dosuotudo," —The ladies have ovganixod a olub, whioli will take up a speolitl study together with other topics. Thoso who avo lutovosted lu tho work aro iuvltod to moot with thorn at Mrs. Thompson's, Saturday afternoon at U o'clock. which wo replaced by a now one, Who>j it was put in place tho working of tho ink diHo was dofeotivo aud »oi- thor wo nor any moohiinio or printer whom wo have consulted, oould toll what was the matter or how it oould bo made to work as Intended, aud hettce it has been a source ot annoyance to us Among the journalistic enterprises 1 all those years. Mr. Hanks, hearing of of tho present year none aro of moro! it. canio lu on Tuosday, and in half an course ho notos many changes. Ho Is a war voteruu aud of course an cnt.hu | sinstio supporter of Harrison, and with all a very Intelligent appearing mau Ho Is now out of business ami utak- lug tho rounds, visiting relatives. He went from hero to Michigan. To tho Pacific Coast Without Change. DnYitig the wintor season of 1892-93, Phillips' Excursions to tho Pacitic Coast will bo run over the lturlington. Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway. Evory Thursday a Pullman Tourist Car will be attached'to our train No. 2, leaving Albert Loa at 1:19 p. m.j Nora Junction, 4:15 p. m.; Clarksvillo, 5:50 p. in.; Waverly, '6:00• p. m.; Cedar Falls, 6:45 p. m.; Waterloo, 7:00 p. m.; and Cedar Rapids 9:20 p. m.,' arriving on tho Pacific Coast tho Monday following. The car will bo aceompaniod by a managor and porter. First and second-class tickets are accepted iu this c,ar. Persons wishing to take advantage of those excursions should write us fully. Rates and othor information will bo given on application to any agontof tho company, or J. E. HniiHOgan, Gen Tkt. & Pass. Agt. Public Sale of Thoroughbred Horses J. C. Taylor will havo a public salo of horsos at Postvillo, Iowa, Saturday, Nov. 19th, at 1 o'clock p. ni., sharp. George the 2nd, imported and registered. Whitby Lass 2nd, (No 921.) Queen of Kausas, sired by Iowa Ulory No 193; dam: Whitby Lass 2nd. Both marcs aro bred to Goorgo tho 2nd. Riohwuod No. 15733, record 2:36, slro of two in the 2:80 list. Walter Wilkes, Jr., foalod April 11th, 1892. ThiF is an wlra iiuo colt. A full pedigree of all the horsos will bo furnished on day of salo. The horses will bo furnished on day of salo. Tho horses will bo sold rogardloss of prico. TKHMS OP SAI.K:---18 mouths ou tho two stallkns. Ono year's time on balance, with approyod security, boaring 8 per con,, interest. 5 por cout, off for oash. Those aro a fine lot of horses. Thoy will show for themselves on day of sale. permauont importaitoo or moro general Intorost than the series of UUutrntud pap»rs In Harper's Wtioklv on "Tim hour put it lu oomplulo working order, with no diilioulty at nil. Honoo wo aro nrnimiwl "> " •— \ ' i I &&&& ®wmwsm* | | FURNITURE, BEDDING AND CARPETS." The Largest and CheapestlLine of Furniture, Bedding, Carpets and i -Window : Shades ' - • • • jjjj ever shown m this Community. Come and see us. WAMRR PI raise. POSTVILLE, IOWA. R. N. DOUGLASS, Pus. ji'F. SMITH, JAS. McEWliN, CMIUCK. . V. P PAID UP CAPITAL, $25,000. Do a General Banking Business. Iluy and soil Foreigi. aud Domestic- Exchange. Accounts oi Farmers,'' Morohants and othdrs received an* carefully protected. lutoro'st paid on Timo Deposits. Inyeslmotits miulo for euUide parties on favorable terms. j@*Protocted by lire proof yault and screw door, lime look, burglar proof safe. Safety deposit stool drawers for rent. The Saturday Blado is tho greatest newspaper wonder of tho age. It is four yours old aud hus a oiroulation of over a quarter of a million copies a wcok. Tho latost sensations and tho most marvelous events aro writtui up In tho best stylo and fully Illustrated. Subscriptions received at $2,00 por year, *i:00 for six THE POSTVILLE Mil YARD S. F, G1MMTQN. A qomplote and full stook of T.-nmiw

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