Postville Post in Postville, Iowa
5 Oct 1882

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5 Oct 1882

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Postville Post (Newspaper) - October 5, 1882, Postville, Iowa Published every thursday at Postville county Iowa. M. C. Mead editor and Piton Nie Ron. por year $1.00 for six Mollia " Ceuta fur thru Mouths strictly in Advance. Local notices 10 cent per Lino Fht insertion. It cents for each insertion of of Tinmu notice. Meti Oes i St Tuuling until ordered out. C oiled Titus hindu . Advertising hates made known on application. Local news set change in and. Of John a. Finney. Of to mrs. Oat Ifield & Jones for millinery goods. Quito a change in the Weiber in tin last few Days. Gush a. Eliahn called for a few in mutes on Friday last. To Are indebted to Tho Llo View Bulice for favors tins week. Everything in Tho millinery line to be had at mus. Viola Hystek s. Or. Louis Thoma of Elgin was in tawn last Wod heyday in business. J Ohn t. Stoneman of Cedar Rajs ids was on our streets the e first of this w Eek. The Turner s Hall is now Complete having just received a splendid lot of scenery. A new and Complete Stock of hair goods just received tit Mas. Viola Huntee s. We enjoyed a few minutes Chat with Bro. But Lei editor of the Fayette go. Union on Friday hint. The misses Williams daughters of judge Williams returned on saturday from Ait extended visit to the East. Or. Math. Connor and mrs. Win. Conner of Elgin were among the Many callers it our office this week. Or. Andrick of the Mcgregor times has been in town several times of late. Wonder what is the attraction. The enterprising firm of Luhman & Banders have completed their new store building a re Are moving their goods. A or. Alt Ernest a former clerk of we. Mott of Lutna and or. Chas. Hinman Are clerking for Ward & Meyer. De. Sheehy now hits a Hue grocery. ------j.-rt. 1ttt1 away to Day which accounts for Tho Scarcity of locals. But if there is anything a nasally Bright on this Page give is the credit for it. And if any one feels offended at anything he will please go to the Devil for Consolation. We neglected last week to mention a Call from. Stephens of Almoral Delaware county in this state. Or. Stephens a general agent fur an improved Hay scale which is claimed to be Superior to any other scale in the Market. Of it particular merits we shall have Moro to say in the future. Or. E. 13. Alluan and his daughter Elsie arrived from Kansas last saturday where they have been stopping for tile last six months. Or. Allman who sustains the relation of father in Law to to local which fact will not probably be of much advantage to him while Here however remaining Over sunday with us. Then returned to Elgin his former Home where he. Will work at his Trade Carpenter my this coming Winter. Elsie will Tako Losso is in the Art pm is Ergative at this 6mce, and will no doubt make it a Success. The Ossian Herald comes to us draped in mourning for the death of its editor and publisher or. F. B. Hanna who died suddenly last thursday morning. Or. Hanna was a recent Comer to the county and we have not had the pleasure of meeting him but Liis death was a Shock As Woll its a Surprise. The Friend who takes up the pen for Tho last Herald Speaks very highly of the deceased and his Energy ability and upright kindly qualities. Or. Hanna was born in Mankato Minn. 1857. And after n Liberal education in Illinois commenced to study Law but his health failing he nought out door work Ami Pur chased the Ossian Herald. His remains were taking to Nora Springs for burial by his Mother mrs. H. M. Bennett of that journal. A emetic s. Free lecture. Elder Miller of Lutra Towa will lecture at brain Ned school House saturday evening oct7, subject anti monopoly ladies Are invited to be present. T. E. Delamore will address the people of Allama county As follows Lansing. Sch l House. Fri., sep., 20 Lycurgus  e. B. Dones  Ward. Dorchester " i Nion City  Denison  English Bench. New Albion " Myron " yol Nev " Hardin sat. Men. Oct. Tuns. " wed.  thurs. " Fri. " sat. Mon.  wed  thurs. Fri. Free exhibition of to which i have lately added a full Stock of Independent township mass meeting. To the voters of Post township regardless of party Al Leatious there will be an Independent mass meeting at Lybrand Post township on saturday oct. 14. At 1,30 p. M. For the purpose of putting in nomination an Independent candidate for township offices. E. N. Clark. By re a test of All parties. We this week place in the column of our candidates the of Hon. L. O. Hatch for judge and Hon. Gyrus Wellington for District attorney. Heretofore we had been informed to talc both candidates for District attorney were members of the sumo party and having no personal a Istir e. He carries a Good Stock and epic instance with or Wellington and Decorah. Iowa oct. 2.18s2. In. District Post the Winneshiek county Greenback convention held at Decorah sept. 30. Nominated the following officers d. A. A Mcmartin of Bloomfeld township clerk of the courts m. P. Farnsworth of Orleans township recorder Morris Flemming of Fremont township sheriff. The Arifi monopoly democratic fusion county convention also the Republican county convention meet tomorrow. The former of the two will say to some Green backers will you walk into my parlor. Green backers of Winneshiek coup to allow me to say this look before you . M. Farnsworth chairman Greenback co. Congressional committee. Everything looks neat and tidy around i j place. Or. Hecker formerly of the firm of Meyer & Hecker is Hui Ding a shop on the first lot North of j. Enke s harmless shop. P. . Meyer has Beynun Chica go for the heat few Days laying in a Stock of/goods.1 look out store when he l. A Wetter candidate i i Congress in this District and w. R. Mead of the gresco1 Plain dealer made our office a Short visit last Friday. 1 a our. Friend i Miry has been having a big rim on the Crown Prince hour lately on tuesday last he sold d j sacks and most everybody had a baking ahead too. The Turner s dance Winch Canie off last saturday evening was exceptionally Well attended. The Best of order prevailed and a general Good time was enjoyed. We been feasting for he past few Days on a big Squash a regular bouncer furnished us by Dennis plan Diu. We always had a failing in Tho Squash Lino which our Friend Dennis has probably noticed hence the Gen Erous Supply from his Hance. Koai a Yukii i Send dying Fri Fly a voicing at 11 o clock from i will disorder of i icon s icel nature us tie Post Moi Torh of.satur--. Divy developed. Henry Hansli was by a in Kut lid vt., nov. 17, he emigrated  to West Union a Tho car 3. Coining to the country u comparatively poor Man he in Usu Chaq in Perfy. Of Trio methods of Sahib to Joed say nothing Brj very per soil Fra line. With Louii a to history i Iuchs to Lush them at his to vague Sand. I. Hush in r Daivd nud gone and our worst irm in peace to Tho lines that knew rest in their Murtia legit hurrying grasping Nice for wealth. Or. Hush filled a Niche in our. History As a county that perhaps Rio other Apia in is capable or ambitions to fill. ,., \ the funeral was held yesterday after Neoh from the Honsa Hev. E. S other refill off Cia in a. A Large concourse of citizens Assem Olla to do the last sad uni ii. Argo. Relying on the statements of some a opposed to his candidacy and election we made. Favourable comments for or Hancock. A More extended acquaintance in the District and intimate Contact with the people who knew and have known or for years Din Whoso integrity we have the most for a full implicit Confidence convince s us the set or Wellington has no Eup prior an a lawyer in All particulars qualifying him for the important office of District attorney. " this with the further fact of his genial and most amiable qualities As a gentleman induces us voluntarily and without ceremony to place the Siimes of these Gei Tiemen with our list of Caridi Dattos. And we trus. And have Good reason to expect that the people of this judicial District will on th-3 7tu, Day of nov. 1882, elevate Thorn ballot to the exalted and responsible position to which they each have been called by Tho Independent voice of Untra Melod Public sentiment. It is a matter of rejoicing to us that the people Are beginning to Brook away from caucus Rule Aud lash of party conventions and vote their own opium ions of the qualifications of Caridi dates for the place to which they aspire or to which they Are called by Tho Independent voice of the people. More Aulon. The Green backers of Alla Makee county will hold a Delegate convention at Barnard Hall in Waukau on sat urday oct. 21st, 1882, at one o clock p. M. purpose of putting in nomination candidate for the following offices to wit 1 clerk of courts recorder of deeds one member of Board of supervisors and the transaction of such other business that May come before the convention. T townships will be entitled to Dele Gates As the following which will be sold Way Down in Price 0111 Gri Oclery de Jar 1 Melit is full and Complete goods a rented As represented. Produce taken in Exchange for goods we shall hereafter adhere to Tiric Cash system. Which will enable us to sell on smaller margins than Ever before. Y014 Are invited to Call and examine goods and prices. Ellaney Postville Iowa. Saddler and harness shops j. A. A stub prop. And Meheba l Deal Iii in harness of every style Quality and Price horse blankets up Robes Fly nets Combs and brash33, kept constantly on lined. Alno a general assortment of saddles whips halters etc., also trunks and Valise. Uncle Sams harness Oil Tho Best in use kept constantly on hand. Repairing a specially and work warranted be use Tho Bestol cd sop no. 1 workmen and charge reasonable. Come in. Opposite Post office Post i Lilg Iowa. You can travel 4,000 Miles through Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa Minnesota and Dakota but Don t fail to Stop at the new House Center or Neklih a French Ore a duo or Cwa Jefferson Lafayette Lansing 1. 3. 4  i o. 2. 4. 1. 2. Linton. Ludlow Makee  paint Creek Post Taylor Union City Union Prairie Waterloo total. 4 i e. N. Clark. Chairman co. Com. The Milwaukee nothing our goods Are All new from mens suits to children s suite $15,000 Worth of goods in Stock for to ice fall ti1ad10, consisting of fresh a timime  the undersigned living two Miles North of Postville has just opened a Kiln i to respectfully solicit the patronage of tins people and guarantee satisfaction in. Re and every instance. Try us. The proof of the pudding is in chewing the stung. Subscribe for the District Post. Luhman & Sanders Postville

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