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Postville Post (Newspaper) - October 12, 1882, Postville, Iowa
The District bust. The District Post. Published every thursday at Postville. Alla Makee county Iowa. V1. C. Mead editor and proprietor. Teems -$1.50 pet year $1.00 for six Nontha fio cents for three months i richly in Advance. Local notices 10 cents per line first insertion. 5 cents for Nuuuli subsequent insertion of same notice. A yall notices kept standing until ordered out. Collections made monthly. Advertising Kates made known on application. Local news laugh see. Whitfield and have never laughed before. The addition id b. F. Taylor s As void Al prof. Whitfield the funny Man with 100 faces. Independent mass meeting at by Brand oct id. Onto i s. Canfield & Jones for millinery goods. Rubber boots Are now in demand oiled Coats ditto. Whitfield the funnies Man on Earth Friday night. Everything in the millinery line to be had at mrs. Viola Hunter s. The Frame for the now Blacksmith shop is Irp and the work progressing. The great and Only Whitfield at the Turner s Hall Friday night oct. 13th. A new and Complete Stolt of hair goods just received tit Musi Viola Hunter s. Sheet music vocal and latest publications for Sale at the Post office. John Finney is the Happy possessor of a bran now stove. Finney Don t propose to freeze if fuel is to be had. Prof. Whitfield business is All new nothing like it Ever. Presented to the people of Postville before. We Are in receipt of two communications but too late for this Issue. Thoy will appear next week. Ward & Meyer Are. Receiving their hew Stock of goods and by the stack of dry Good boxes it must be a Large one. Whitfield s popular prices general admission 25 cents children under 12,15 cents. Reserved seats 35. At Staadt s drug store. Lery is nearly completed and is guile an improvement. It will be used As a Saleroom for we had the pleasure of shaking the fore foot of our old Friend Walter Gavin formerly of Elgin but now of Granite Falls minn., in our rambles last week. Or. Guiu is permanently located at the Falls follow ing his old Trade milling Aud a better Miller cannot to found in the state. His friends through this Section Wii be glad to Hoar of his Well doing. On office Force from air to. Way Down Are clamouring for a change in the weather. No one but a Printer can know the trials and disadvantages caused by such a state of weather As to have had for the past week. Our work now at 2 o clock p. Is being done by lamp Likht so dark is the room and no indications outside of a different state of things rain and mud predominating. Be editor made quite an extended trip through the Western part of Minnesota last week returning by the Way of Minneapolis by Paul and Mcgregor thence Home arriving yesterday morning. We Wotila like to give our renders a detailed account of our trip which extended Over 700 Miles of the 0. & St., p. But the lateness of our arrival prevents us from so doing As we have no space in this Issue. Greenback meetings. T. Erde Lamore will address the people of Allama county As follows Lansing sch l House Fri., sep., 2d Lycurgus hat. 30 k. 15. Jones " Ward Dorchester " Union City Denison English Bench. New Albion Myron Volney Hardin " hat. Mou. Oct. Tons. " wed. " thurs. " Fri. " sat. Mon. " wed " thurs. Fri. " 3 Greenback t Dpi caucus. A caucus of the Gree Wiback voters of Post township Ejli be held tit the o 5iee of the District Post. Oct. Kith i at 7.1 o clock p. M., for the purpose of electing delegates to county convention and such other business As May a properly come before it. A. Ii. Cook. Chairman township committee. The i Een backers of Alla Makee county will Lidd a Delegate convention of Barnard Hall in Waukon of sat urday oct. 21st, p882. At one o clock p. For the purpose of putting in nomination candidate for the following offices to wit u Erk of courts recorder of deeds one member of Board of supervisors and the transaction of such other business that May come before the convention. Townships will be Onti of to delegates As the following a dilapidated Side show passed through town of tuesday. They did not look As if they had made a Fortune this trip. The season f of cuss words has arrived. Dod Gast the Dod Jasted old stovepipe its All the the same citizens. Some of or Young men took a ride of the cars Handcart last sunday we Don t know when they started but everybody knows when they got Back. or. Gist. Stoeller of Elgin called at our office during Ohi absence last week. Gome again,1 gust when we Are Ai bund and Well have some fun with you. I to ,., the Dray is about the imply a team Liat is to be seen on the streets now but it makes its regular rounds in spite of the mud. A stent wheel at Tach sent writ ild be an improve Zinent this weather. 1. S a burglar attempted to Gazire n . Tibedo s House tues a Day evening by Way of the cellar wife Dow. But tie noise awoke Sorne of the inmates and scared him away. 1 Waukon Standard. Red. Sketchy contemplates put Ting in a lunch a quieter in his grocery department and will serve hot Coffee etc.,.at nil hours. is displaying a Fine Stock of groceries and doing a thriving business. A qui citizens have been in another Wrangle Oyer the liquor. Questions a a suit living Beeh brought against one. Of. Ottar Salon lists and taken to Wau on for settlement.1 Tife have wot taken the pains to inquire As to the result. \ a v in Postville a Suni of Morey. The owner can have the same by proving ownership and paying for this notice. Descriptions by claimant to be left with Clark at Postville. A. A get one of Whitfield s funny books. Quite a commotion was created in tie Vicinity of the o. M & St. P. Depot yesterday by an irate lady Over some real of fancied wrong we could not foil which. Her languages was not tie choicest in use among civilized people and the solubility of her utterance would put a fish woman to Blush we Are informed that the lady made apologies afterwards for her a Ladylike expressions which takes off a Little of the rough. J. A Linker the. Popular Host of the commercial in his desire to please his guests under All circumstance., has ordered from Chicago a dozen Mustache cups of the latest pattern for the Especial convenience,.of a few of his boarders appearances indicating that they will by necessary some time before the holidays. Jim is a Good fellow uni proposes in keep Pace with the times oven the indications Are Olow. I some of our citizens let their humor Loving. Propensities get the better of their judgement last Friday by hanging in effigy a stuffed figure made to represent a citizen of this town who by his acts had incurred their displeasure pome Soroe ads dont carry things too far in your Zeal for revenge. A second thought would convince you that it is Center fairy now Franklin French Creek Hanover Iowa Jefferson Lafayette Lansing Linton Ludlow Makee a paint Cleek Post Taylor a Union City Union Prairie Waterloo total. 4 i e. N Clark Cli Kinnari co. Coin. Forest Mills items. Free exhibition of " 1 to which i have lately added a full Stock of which will be sold Way Down in Price our Gri Oclery department is full and Complete goods warranted As represented. Produce taken in Exchange for goods w7e shall hereafter adhere to thai Cash system. Which will enable us to sell on smaller margins than Ever before. It in Are invited to Call and examine goods and prices. John a. Finney Rossville to Iii Saddler and harness shop j. Enkey Piol. And general Picalek in harness of every style Ftp Lily and pile horse blankets Lap Robes Fly nets Combs and brushes Keiit constantly on him. Ibo a general assortment of saddles whips halters etc., also trunks and Vai Ilses Uncle Sam s harness Oil the Best in use kept constantly on hand. Repairing a specially and work warranted. We use the Best of took Kup no. 1 work Niu my Otier o i a a ills. Ooms in. Opposite Post office Postville i Dwa. I Ong if Only meant in sport. Wig Snail have to read you the i it Adt if it occurs again. We ii Avo on exhibition at our office some specimens of Gold Quartz which we Secu ertl at Granite Falls i ,1 during our visit at that place last week. This Quarti has lately b Eon dire of red in that locality and the testis irony of experts who have lately visited this mine and tested the Ore is that it will pay to devel Cape which is being done. Should their report be confirmed by Mother Iupps Tina town the town will surely to Iii Luck. The Ore is forbid in a ledge of a Ocif but a few feet below the surface. Considerable excitement prevails and visitors Are numerous. Cresco Iowa oct. 0 ie�2i de. I strict Post \ plea Stind enclosed bile Dollar Laid fifty cents for one years subscription to your paper. I like its tone and its push. The combined Powers of press and stump backed up by principles declaring the Rig bib of producers is rolling the political Chariot Asne or it sped before. Tonscie Eions republicans Here give expression to to Leif sentiments declaring that they hanker to note for some 6ao who Lias their interest at heart and not for rail ,. Let the,Goi,Nti-m6nbpbly a vol go on and the find will be t b elevate Man socially Iid politically a a Kes actively yours. " \ the quietude of Forest Mills was disturbed last saturday by the announcement of a wedding. Or. Lenis Kagle. And Katie. , Wert joined in Wedlock at the residence of the Bride s Mother oct. 7th. The Many friends of the Bride and Groom join in Well wishes. The House of Farmer Bee was recently made Happy by the Advent of a baby girl. The concert at no. 4 school. House was a Success in tie estimation of your Humble servant. Miss Louise Miller is visiting relay Tives in . Yates and York state Are visiting their sister mrs. Mary perkins.-1 Rev. J. Abbey preached his Farewell Sermon at ten o clock a. M., As announced in my last letter. Rev Cook Vojir. Newel minister preached in the evening a Short and interesting Sermon. Mrs. Cyler Sawyer and daughter arrived Home last week from Ohio where they have been visiting relatives. Ell. Walker filled a huge wild cat monday night it measured five feet from the tip of its nose to the end of its Tail. Oscar Collins has a new sorghum Mill and is making an excellent Quality of syrup. A i i jew words to the re adverb of the Post and in favor of right and Justice. 1 speak of Hon. L. H. Welter our candidate for Congress in this District he is a deadly foe to All monopoly. Monopoly is an Ovil which like the crime of african slavery will so entrench itself that it can Only be removed by revolution unless awake to the magnitude of danger. To Fel so Tho Ith District when you go to the polls vote right and Bear in mind the momentous issues involved in this contest and cast your ballot which is inspired by the love of your Homos your co int by and your god. If you vote right Ere the Rosy Dawn of the following morning shall gild the Oast wit hits Golden Light the winged messenger on its Highway of a Irwill have Unsod the Goodny is through out the. Land that the Battle has been fou Glit Iii the 4th District and the Victory won. More anon. Lena bivers you can travel 4,000 Miles through Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa Minnesota and Daivdl a but Don t fail to Stop at tie new the Milwaukee clothing House ,. A a. F a a c our goods Are All new from mens suits to Thil Plen s suits $15,600 Worth of goods in Stock for the fall Trade consisting of ready made nothing men youths and toys boots. Mens and boys hats & Caps trunks Valise furnishing goods the la Rofeh Stock in tie West. The Best goods always kept on hand and lit prices that defy Competition. All goods warranted to be As represented your patronage will be duly appreciated Matt withold at. Opposite Brick Block Portville Iowa. Is the place to get Yir Money s a dam goods and " Postville la sept. 2& 1882. J-i-0. I Oil 50-cent Tea is a. Oot o Tilv they it 1 la
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