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Postville Post (Newspaper) - August 31, 1882, Postville, Iowa The District Osgy _ a a a a a. A i published Jerry thursday at Postville a to Makuk ?r,.Iowa. M. C. Mead editor . To arcs pot year $1.00 for so months 50 cents for thi of months strictly in Advance. Local notices 10 cents por line first insertion 5 cents for each subsequent insertion of same notice. Frau notices kept Standin g until ordered out. Collections made monthly. Advertising rates made known on Pali libation. " Greenback meetings. Will address the people of Alla Makee county As follows Miniard school House Mon., sept. 4 a Hardin tries " 6 Franklin Center wed. " c White school House thurs. " 7 Volley ii. " & Buckland sat. " 9 Cross roads Mon. " 11 Rossville tues. " i Jefferson wed. A 18 All meetings will be in the evening unless otherwise decided by the local c6nimittee3. E. A Clark chairman co. Com. Maui i it a wac a Mimm maj a /tvti7tr." t of Al news. Subscribe for the Post Postville has seen the elephant. A new dressmaking establishment in town. Mcdanels repairs wagons and buggies. Crown Prince flour is the Best Finney Sells it. Raw cold and dreary weather for the past few Days. Bro. Burdick has a new paper Cutter. This indicates business. La Gracia Cigar is the finest in the land for Sale a finnex s. Mrs d. W. Lyons who How l Erin visiting with Hor parents in Ohio of Alio past two months returned to Day accompanied by her son a Valr. Shaliko. Marquis. We Are indebted to Many Frindt. A for favors an Contini irions of which we cannot make Persona mention from Lack of space. Please accept thanks Eracli and every one. The Fayette up. Union has enlarged from a five to a six column Insu to and under the management of prof Butler makes a Good showing. To Are heartily glad to see this Evi Delneo of Prosperity. Or. Edward a. Burdick leaves for Waupun wis to Morrow to fill a ten months engagement with the Clit Ord. Dramatic co. The season will open next wednesday evening. De. Call-je4 a Day and Shook our fore foot to Foi p leaving also loft Luis order for the Post Straw eats parasols fans a. At. Closing out prices to Finney a the amendment agitation has struck our City. All but one of Pur. Salon lists have closed up and the remaining one will soon it is understood. We have our own private views As to whether it is the Best thing under the Sun to do for the Prosperity of the town but will wait future results before expressing them. There May be millions in it but we doubt it. While at West Union last tuesday through the kindness of the managers we had the pleasure of attending an entertainment at Zeigler s opera House Given on the occasion of the reunion of the old scholars of . Ainsworth. The drama Antii tied our Uncle an original play by or. Ainsworth was finely rendered and highly appreciated by a Large audience. The leading parts were Well sustained some of them deserving of More than a passing notice but space will not admit of going into details. We can Only say the entertainment was highly creditable to or. Ainsworth and his pupils and. Also to the managers to which we extend our thanks for favors. Subscribe for the District Post now. Don t delay. Lawyer pne of Pur citizens made a up pub que last Wook i,n._fc5ja interests of the amendment. We were absent  the greater part of two Days this week Alt Epding the convention at West Union which Awo Iuit for the lateness of this Issue hut while there we raised Oil subscription list 5-1 Jnames which Well paid for lost thine. We Hape our. Patrons see the . Foster will lecture to the citizens of Postville As follows on saturday evening sept. 9, talking r of his subject " Thomas on sunday afternoon sex to. 10, will sunday evening some scientific subject not decided upon a yet. On monday evening sept. 11. Vir. Foster will continue his lecture on the political issues of the Day from the Point left in his speech thar recently. Or. Foster is an Able speaker and deserves a full hquse.,. He will also on monday evening answer the criticisms of the Bey a on his last lecture. Turn out. If he can t do you any Good he a i l do you no harm. The value of advertising was never better illustrated than at Alpena mich., a few Days ago. A Farmer desiring additional Harvest hands went to town inserted an advertisement for two boys. When he returned Home that night he found that i wife presented him with twins both of the resale sex. There s nothing like advertising sex. Subscribe for the District Post. The Fayette county Greenback convention Mot at West Union sept 29, pursuant to Call. Or. John Hutchinson of Brush Creek was elected chairman and s. Underwood of pleasant Valley Secretary with Theo Schmidt of Al Jwj assistant Secretary. Convention proceeded to Pula to in nomination a county tic feet consisting of supervise recorder and clerk of courts for which the following were chosen supervisor Finley Smith. Recorder. Or. E. Pfennig. Clerk of courts j. M. Burnside. On motion the following were chosen As a county executive coms. H. Hysham chairman. Daniel l Avii " i Ftp by Ewing c4. E. Hennig James f. Pleggenkuhle Andrew Addie p. Watson b. Hough. The business of the convention being concluded Hon. Chas. Lloyd of Ohio was introduced who addressed the convention in a very eloquent speech pronounced by All the Besl Effort Ever made in the county after which convention adjourned. The entire proceedings passed on pleasantly and with much Harmony. Every township in the county except four was represented by a full delegation. More Good words. The District Post is a new Qreen a a. Paper just started at Postville la. By m. C. Mead. May it Prosper in the Good cause it has Northern. We Liao received the first number of the new Greenback paper the District Post published at Postville by a c Mead. It presents a very neat Postville Post a is a new. Greenback venture by m. G. Mead formerly of the Holland Gazette. It is characteristic of Mead Chuck full of local news but we never supposed he was that kind of a reflector. The District Post of Postville is the title of a new paper in the interest s of the masses. Against the growing corruption and festering rottenness of the Republican party and against the apathy and indifference of the democratic leaders of the East who manipulate labor in the interests of the corporations. It is grandly ably Lor the people and is of course full fledged in the Greenback theory it is edited and published by i 0. Mead. Let the people give it the support it merits for its cause is their a.Iowa Plain dealer. A res Poi Elce.  teachers. Institute a Ikon a la. Aug. 22 82. This is the second week off the Institute and so far considered a Success the attendance a s Good and new numbers still coming in at Roll jail this morning the members Jim i heredil32. He instructors Are Welli liked and sup t. Eells is untiring in his efforts for the Good of the Institute and Comfort of the teachers. Pm of. C. A. of Minn. State Normal Schpil who has Bolen with us As teacher of ,.histpry and civil government Vas this Nior Ning obliged to return to his own state his place being filled by prof. J5rady. Shija others Are enjoy aug themselves in various ways during their vacation we Are talking and studying Over such questions As sitting. Bull and his troubles the Star postal routes Blaine s foreign. Policy the refunding Bills Cun Ler the head of Ciu rent history which by the Way never taken up in the Institute before and we Are surprised to find ourselves As ignorant on the Eso subjects As if we i had not read every select Story in the papers for the whole year. You would really be surprised at the Way we talk on the questions of the Day. I Waako nites Are in Good humor and loing their Best to entertain the teachers and they knew How to do hat just right. The Broom brigade meets to inight for Drill Postville citizens a Aye already quite enough of. Soeing ladies exercise with brooms without such an organization if we May judge from an item which appeared on that subject. Waukon is of a very military turn of mind at present even we school a ams have to March. Yours a. A Thacher. Forrest Mills la. August 20, 18s2, editor Post thinking perhaps a few lines from this place might be acceptable i Send a few items  Forrest Mills is situated on yellow fiver about 1$ Miles from Waukon and 8 Miles from Postville. We have one of the finest water Powers on the fellow River which is owned find utilized by we. Werhan who is proprietor of one of the finest grist Mills in this Section. He runs a saw Mill in connection and also attends to  Uncle a business in the postal service a. A Bonder and a. J. Butts who Are working or. Gilchrist s farm near Here killed five rattlesnakes in their oat hold Ono Day last week. Crops Are Good with the exception of Corn. Harvesting is Lone and stacking has commenced. L. D. Yan Goi Der will Start h is threshing machine next work. We Are having Sabbath school at Cherry Valley which is Well conducted by Warren Owen As sup t. And a p. Walker As assistant also preaching every two weeks by Rev. Joseph Abbey free methodist. May the District Post flourish and swing Tjio Greenback Banner to the Brzozo and May it live Long and Prosper is the wish of All True Green backers  yours for equal rights Lena rivets. A a a Law wanted at this office immediately a boy to learn the Printer s Trade. Must be Between 10 and 14 years old. Announcement. T. E. Del More will address the people of Brainard Fayette county on saturday eve., sept. 16, on the industries and their rights monopolies and their let the citizens turn out. Drand excursion there will be two grand excursions to Canada from Chicago sept. 6 and 20. and Portland. Round trip tickets can be Jar Kenred at any station . On the line of the Burlington Cedar rapids and Northern railway. For particulars sob Bills or inquire of ticket agents or b. F. Mills g. T. & p. A. Cedar rapids.Iowa. A subscribe for the District Post John a. Finney of this place has a Quantity Choice Groce Ries or Cicery. Glassware Noti us hats etc., etc., any or All of which he desires to Swap for country produce qolll., Silver or greenbacks. A. A. Eist Kei. Poo ----3am Oak Elul no Alibi. In harness a of or of style Quality wife Iee horse blankets Lap fees Fly nets Combs and irises t Wii subtly oui hand. Also a ass Ocic Ocee i no. 1 workmen and Cut try . Gome in. Opp Date Post of ice Postville.Iowa you cab 4,000 a is through Illinois Wisconsin and.Iowa Minnesota am 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 3 Worth of goods in Stock for Phis fall tra dih515, 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 Tjie Best goods always kept of Luud and at that defy Competition. All goods warranted to be As represented. Your patronage will be duly appreciated. Matt Leithold at. Opposite Brick Block. Postville.Iowa. Ltd he Irr & is ind life. Is the place to get you Money s Worth. Dry goods and groceries. Boots shoes and clothing. A Laege Stock and of the Best Quality. Clothing at Bottom figures be Groin 60-cent Tea in a. Good 0 stes. Tuy it. We reaper fully solicit the patronage of the people and Guni Antee in each and every inst Piee. Try a. The proof of the pudding is in oho Wirig the string. 1 Litmak & Sanders Postville s.Iowa

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