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Postville Post (Newspaper) - August 10, 1882, Postville, Iowa The District Post. The District Post. Published every thursday at Postville Alla Makee county Iowa. M. C. Mead editor and shop Bieloh. The isms -$1,150 per year $1.00 for six months co cents for three months strictly in Advance. Local notices 10 cent per Lino first insertion 5 cents for ouch subsequent insertion of slime notice. Gfall notices kept standing until ordered ont. Collections made monthly. Advertising Kates made known on application. Subscribe for the District Post. Harvest is in full Blossom. So Are the tramps. Crown Prince flour is the Best. Finney Sells it. Kead the advertisements in this Issue and profit by them. Greenback photographs on tap at b. P. Taylor s gallery. L la Graocia Cigar is the finest in the land for Sale at Finney s. Pro. Bur disk of the Postville review made a pleasant Call at our office yesterday the old soldiers of Fayette county tire to have a re Union on the fair grounds during the coming fair. Or. Joseph Koeving who has been sick for the past three weeks is still con fined to his Bod. We Hope to hear reports of his improvement Ere Long. We ask our readers to be considerate in their judgment of the Post this week As to have Laboured under n great Many disadvantages which none but those in Tho business can fully understand therefore be not Hasty in condemning it until we have had a fair trial. Bev. E. Foster of Independence will address the people of this place at the City Hall saturday evening sunday and sunday evening aug. 12 and 13. The subjects on which to will speak Are As follows saturday evening comedy of errors sunday afternoon at half past 2 Oclock will Power sunday evening the final wind up or geology and Tho end of the or Foster has the reputation of being a gifted speaker and his lectures Promise a rare treat. A full House should Greet him. Obituary. A an the a John a. Finney of this place has a Quantity of Choice groceries crockery glassware notions hats Etc., Etc., any or All of which to desires to Swap for country produce Gold Silver or greenbacks. Saddler and harness shop a. A. Prop. The Postville brass band have lately added two Moi e instruments to their band making 12 pieces in All. We Are placed under obligations to or. V. M. Calkins for a Basket of Fine Large potatoes left at our door one Day this week. Straw hats parasols fans a. At closing out prices at Finney s. Frames albums silk velvet frames easels arid Chromo s cheap at the gallery the new Post office building is being finished up inside and when completed will make a ii eat office of which or. Prescott our efficient postmaster ought tit be proud. West Union will be Well represented in the Denver editorial excursion. Of Paiik Hobson and wife of the Argo c. I. Talmadge of Tho Gazette and w. H. Mcclintock of the Union Are already booked for the co. Union. A Man who eloped with a Wisconsin wife left a note to the husband i have looked your woman but year we Cuni to my last week s wages which i Doan t draw and i Hoap that squares things we Issue this week look copies of Tho District Post for gratuitous distribution. Next week we shall Issue the same number and advertisers should hot be slow in seeing arid taking advantage of it. I am prepared to make views on Short notice at reasonable rates having just secured an instrument for that purpose of the latest improved make. . Taylor. Our neighbors across the Way messes. Ward & Meyer have indulged in a1 brah new set of screen doors for their store. They came Frd so from the shop of a. W. Mcdaneld which is a sufficient warranty that they Are Good ones and wilfully answer the purpose for which they Are intended the tramp has begun his season s journey. Whenever Lotf sob finny Chalk Marks on Trees and Stone fences you May know that the tramp who stopped at your House just before he went up the Road left a sign for the next Comer / if you gave him beef and Coffee tile next tramp will certainly know that your soft heart furnishes beef and Coffee. We presume that a great Many of the Good people of this City will be disappointed at the extent of our locals this week but we think we have a Gabd and sufficient excuse for Fleit Scarcity. In the first Lafee we Are almost afar entire stranger Here which makes it difficult to get items. An they excuse it the fact that we. A Kye been kept Irethe office so closely Ray Al feb that to have been doable to Hunt up news. When we get Ili Ahi ipe we prop Ose to give you a a a spicy local Page but until that time we beg you to accept the situation Withams and to patient. O Hallean died at Holland Grundy co. I Wii aug. 3d 1882, of Infra mation of the bowels or. James o Halloran aged 26 years. Or. O Halloran was formerly a resident of Fayette county and was Well known and respected by Railroad men All Over the state having made railroading his business for the last eight or nine years. But for Tho past two years his naturally robust Frame succumbed to the effects of hard work disease wasted his vigorous Constitution and death relieved his suffering and brought sorrow and tribulation to a Loving wife and child fond parents Brothers and Sisters. Those who know him Best at Home and abroad Dan Only know the sorrowing hearts that now mourn Tho husband father soil and brother. His remains wore brought to ran Dalia Fayette county for interment. And general dealer in Vaniess of every style Quality and Price horse blankets Lap Robes Fly nets Combs and brushes kept constantly on hand. Also a general assortment of saddles whips halters Etc., also trunks and Valise. Tonole Sam s harness Oil the Best in use kept constantly on hand. Repairing a specially and work warranted. We use the Best of Stook keep no. 1 workmen and charge reasonable. Come in. A new departure. Grand land excursions to spirit Lake Iowa August 1st, 15th, and 29th, 1882. Over the newly finished and elegantly equipped Burlington Cedar rapids and Northern railway. Fare refunded for the round trip to All who Purchase a Quarter Section farm from or through Sampson and French agents spirit Lake Iowa. Now is the time to buy while lands Are cheap. Unimproved lands from i to $12 per acre on six years the with one fifth Cash payments Down balance p a Able by annual instalments at c 7 or 8 per cent interest according to special terms fixed by the different o in ers of lands controlled and reprise rated by Sampson and French agents. 18,000 acres can be bought on six years time at 6 per cent interest 4,000 acres can be bought on 10 years time at 8 per cent interest. 1,600 acres can be bought on 7 years time at 7 per cent interest. Quite a number and variety of improved farms for immediate occupation can be bought at reasonable prices on Long Timo. In purchasing your tickets ask your agent for a land rebate certificate for information regarding lands write to Sampson and French storm Lake Iowa or see them personally on the ground at spirit Lake Iowa where they will be prepared to show the lands free of charge to actual Purchas ers. Tickets on Sale at All stations tickets Are Good going two Days from Daffe of Sale Good to return within thirty Days from Date. Read your ticket Over carefully As Tho conditions on the same will be strictly enforced. Tickets Are Good for con tin bus passage on regular trains. No Stop Over being allowed , b. F. Mills Genii l sup t. Gen l t. & p. A it. Cedar rapids town a weding sea Obj Knott is. Always in order it these for Voi Ite festivals. The Presont a new one was Jade by Gounod and played at the marriage of la rinse Leipold of England. As it comes to us it is one of ton by a live raft Nam co. Boston who also i publish Kerry Donee Al fifty for violin and piano jumbo und italic e polka it Els with picture of the Tanious beast Valse ser Duso 25ots. For eau hands the girl i left behind life or a Jack sweetheart 5rjot9. By Max i Curoe Tor a proverb in song called there s many1 in slip Between cup and lip hoots by Soe 1 saw Sweet Nolly Home -10cts.-with picture title Over the Cathedral door Docte. By Braclett his ,"--80ot8. By Mora and the Twilight fails -40ots. A sacred quartet by l. O. Enarson every Man to his Post attend to the duties of the hour sub so Kibe foe the District Post a weekly newspaper publisher at Postville Iowa devoted to the interests of the Greenback party in the 4th congressional District of Iowa in particular and to the advocacy of its principles everywhere in general opposite Post office Postville Iowa you Gam travel 49000 Miles through Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa Minnesota and Dakota but Don t fail to Stop at the new the Milwaukee clothing House our goods Are All new from mens suits to children s suits $15,000 Worth of goods in Stock for the Trade consisting of ready made clothing men youths and boys boots mens and boys hats & Caps trunks Valise furnishing goods the largest Stock in the West the Best goods always kept on hand and at prices that defy Competition All goods warranted to be As represented. Your patronage will be duly appreciated. Matt Leibold Postville Iowa. Opposite Brick Block. Luhman & Sal is fixers is the place to get your moneys Worth dry goods Tod Gofer is. A Large my am of the Best a Tali clock est  at Bottom figures a you s0 ceri6 Tea id it our principles we advocate and will defend the rights of the Many As against the privileges Fox the few All Money whether me Talie or paper should be issued and its volume con tooled by the government and should be a full Legal tender for All debts Public and private. Corporations creations of state controlled by state. Labor and capital  allies not enemies. We have fixed tie subscript Ioil Price of the distinct Post at $1.5d per year $1.00 for six months 75 cts. For Throe months strictly Iri Advance. Again we say every Greenbacker to Hie attend to the duty of the hour. Let Overy Greenback or take off his coat and go to work. Subscribe for the Post and subscribe now. Send it to your neighbors your friends. Put your hand Down deep in your pocket and Send it to every Republican and every Democrat whom you think will read it every copy will cd evict if not convert the cause never was growing faster than now. New every Day being admitted into the fold.  then put your shoulder to the wheel and keep it the Chicago Sentinel says sow the the Light advert Erst is file for their inspection at the Nisi paper advertising Aqua 0f o. A. Gook & co., no. 110 Dearborn St Chicago afto Tiro authorized to receive advertisements or notices and make you tract at our lowest rates. Jet Oaxie. And bub them we resp the pfc Ramage of thpeoiij6 the 8atisfaction in each and every in Tanee. Try us. The proof of the pudding is in thawing. The string. Luhman & Sanders Postville Iowa. Tee Hull vapor Cook stove the oldest and Only reliable / la two. Only device of its kind that has blood the test of years andean Rod Universal Public ,1 does every description of cooking washing ironing fruit Canning or other domes a Tio work Here Tofor Edono by the Ordinary Cook stove and without its insufferable heat soot ashes Etc. For summer use they Are indispensable. Of reliable agents wanted in unoccupied territory. Address Hull vapor stove co., Seneca Street Cor. Champlain Cleveland Ohio 3 1

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