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Postville Post (Newspaper) - November 9, 1882, Postville, Iowa
This x it riot Post. The x District Post. ?. I. Mead editor. Tki for1,v per your 1 i or six 50 it for Auto mtg Notts Tif a Loci notices per line. A by a Ion in cunts for each Tibah Mojiu it in a Tien of Phuk Zoliro. A not icon so if Yon Are sore come in and to you will have to laugh whither Yon want to or not. I Josh Whitcomb City Hall saturday evening. Don t fail to go. If you want to to both surprised and delighted take a Peep into Frank Taylor s photograph Parlours. I. Taylor has enlarged his building and has put in As Lino and attractive Stock of notions and Holiday goods As one would wish to see. Be Are glad to notice this evidence of Prosperity on his part. Frank can now boast of the finest Parlord in the West. All should Bear in mind that the Placo to get wedding and Holiday gifts is at the gallery. Benway dramatic company saturday evening in Tho funniest of comedies Josh White dumb the trouble that it has been to get Tho election returns from our own county St ingests the need of a More rapid Means of communication. If the people of Postville and Waukon would Lay their Heads together an arrangement could probably be made to erect a Telephone Lino Between the two towns. We believe our people would contribute liberally to such an undertaking we hypo our citizens seeing the need and Tho advantages of such a system of rapid Joni Unica Tion. Will take hold of this matter and see what Coult be done. Neighbouring towns Are enjoying its privileges and Why should we be denied them the confines of its own stronghold in. The United states of America on the 7th Day. Of nov tiber. Ims of general debility brought on by a continued violation of All Tho Laws which regulate healthy Fuitem Tho be pub i party in tile 22nd your of its ago. Deceased when but an infant a oaf Promise of future uset Clinesh and so Vigo Ronn was it growth and its Virtues so Many that its friends wore legion and each vied who the other in contributing to its Comfort. For soveral its health and strength increased but in an unguarded moment while reposing in fancied sec.i.rity.,.the Arch enemy disease in and fastened its fangs with fatal grip upon the vitals of its victim. Slowly but surely the system once so Strong and vigorous succumbed to that Power who was tapping its life blood and sucking its sustenance therefrom. Friends tried and True gathered around the Iii Ferer and strove to arrest the la Alady and tone up the Shatt Rod system but so firmly Hail the. Dps Poiler fastened his in relent less grasp that All their efforts were unavailing of Porte past few years the disease became so loathsome in in nature and effect that its Best friends deserted and in the hour of greatest need when death came knocking at the door no Pierce cry was made false friends pre Erib de an antidote and on the 27th Day of june. 1882, the people who Felt an interest assembled and by a majority Tho antidote was a proper remedy Aud should be administered. But the dose was too Strong for the already too heavily taxed and broken Down Constitution and although voluntary contributions for help were asked and received yet. Relief came Only in death which was attended with More than mortal agony. Best quiet in pieces we Belloy o that s what they Call it autograph and . Al bums vases toilet sets Wali pock cts panel pictures brackets comb cases hat Racks frames books scrap books Glove and handkerchief boxes b Ancy boxes dressing cases writing desks Shell boxes Pape Terie boxes puff boxes Cigar cases Etc. Etc. Car. Be seen it the gallery. It i generally understood that Sion was put into this town to assist in the Thos. I de Grain. Now i for one would Ike to know where it is. I Nib even had n single dish of oysters out or that goodly sum. And i feel personally slighted. Will Somo one whack up inquiringly a Leiti of. Robt. G. Ingerson Green s opera Otise Cedar a rapids Tim Suay eve., nov. Kolh. Subj it Talu Dagiau Price of reserved seats will be one Dollar. Send in your orders Early to a g. Green manager. Cedar rapids. Free exhibition of to which i have lately added a full Stock of which will Way Down in Price our Groc Civ jdepa.tti3rlen.i is Ful and Complete goods warranted As represented. Produce taken w Exchange for goods. To shall hereafter adhere to the Cash system. Which will enable us to sell on smaller margins than Ever before Are in Tod to Call and examine goods and prices. John a. Finney Postville Iowa. Vol you Gln .tb4.vel 4, Jyce through Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa Minnesota and Dako to but Don t fail to Stop at the new offers to the ladies of this Vicinity. A the finest line of i Fer offered by him. Elegant diagonals and fur beavers neatly trimmed with Plush and fur. The ladies will do Well to examine. Tho undersigned when on his visit East this summer found a line of Nashua Iowa nov.1882. Respected sir and Friend i tender you my thanks for your unsolicited Earnest and apparently successful efforts to secure my election to the office of u. S. Representative to Congress from Tho 4th District of Iowa. The Only fender i am Able to make to you or anyone else is Earnest thanks and Assurance unless by Stalwart Republican Grantis in out that to the Best of Iny Abili. To i will Servo the people the unpaid Soldier his widow and orphans the Farmer Mechanic merchant manufacturer and wage worker especially of Tho great North West. And also wage an unrelenting contest against All outrageous monopolies Tariff frauds untaxed Bond and Issue Bank songs in Short that a govern ment of by and for Tho people be restored by the people to themselves. Respectfully. L., h. . _ .e3 is Imin Ted Stock a and made and has no Superior in lie . 111. To Call at our new store and be convinced. Ililau sanders., 3? Organ Cataina �s7 Biopsy to sets steeds a ?-4cp pics my $90� order nov. A mite by Ean t def order or ire Sci. boxed Slid shipped and Ninlin. Ornis built on Oldlan. Ss0,.s10,$_b0,8 tollrtop3 watajor7moi"i to Dahiel p. Bea Ilij Washington Hoff Jersey. An in Reli Helwani Noil Litile cafe Tali mess Asj of Niety Tor Tho pm by and pc my lira v a my mfg 11,0,4 a Minlu t a f a from the effect of a l or business or . 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