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Postville Post (Newspaper) - October 26, 1882, Postville, Iowa Dixie District Post. The District Post. Published every thursday at Postni Zilb Alla Makov. County Iowa. M. 0. Mead Euston and Phokim Kutok. T. E. A Lamoue associate editor. Kumh per Yong $1, 10 fur he Mouth in cent Cor three upon Tom strictly ii anti unto. Ijo Iii ulices 1 1 opts Lino Firat insertion o cents fur Ciu u Riu list huh it Alibi Iliou Suomi Ami wriggle Tail and distort your faces old parties your Days Are numbered and defeat and death ii written 011 every Lilie Ament of Yoiiro features. To Are already preparing your obituary to to read . Tho Epi Mph. Will to too much offers to Tho ladies of this Vicinity the finest line of or co Iowa oct. 2i. Ino. De. 1 uht Abraham pro Chinua a that labor created capital and deserves Tho highest consideration. Anti 1110 every where held to their doctrine. Tho coining political con test for congressman it a contest be tween capital and Jabot. L. H. Wal Lor is of the labor ele Teul and re pre so its Tho Labouring class. Working men every where in the Ith. Congressional District should work for him and see that Hia name is upon their ballots. When the election is Over if the Victory is ones to shall have Tho pleasure of basking in the Sunshine of an apr Irving conc Iodice. M. 13. . Free exhibition of h. G. Hawkins and family left for Sac county in this state on monday last hoop skirts corsets Etc of the latest styles warranted to fit at Viola Hunter s.  mrs. Canfield & Jones Are offering a bargain in millinery goods. Call and see them. Mis Airna Dickinson has Goeback on woman suffrage and they do say she s a hard kicker. " Tho Floyd county Standard and the Elkader Herald Are Boih Oit in support of l. H. Weller. Edwin Clifford dramatic company at Turner s Hall wednesday and thursday evenings nov. 1st and 2nd. Hon. L. H. Waller and gust. A. Eau. Will speak at Strawberry Point monday evening oct. 30. At Garna Villo oct. 31st. 1  tiie republicans this an off year. We fear they will get off so j far that they will never to Able to get Back again. The family of a. W. Mcdanield s 1 returned from an. Extended visit in Mitchel county yesterday and my. Is correspondingly Happy. A careful inspection of my Stock will convince the most fastidious that i have the finest assortment of millinery in town. Viola Hutek the papers Are All giving to Libertie a on Tho real trouble in Tho real trouble in Ohio was 1 to Lack of Republican votes. Inter Ocean. Lite dispatches Brum the i of i of Tho death of Hon. J. M. Griffith of Dubuque which occurred 111 t Aris France on Tho evening of Iho 2 2nd. Myron Mead editor of Tho a Jiuu or a a gave this Ollie a pleasant fall. He was anxious to know lie tier or not Tho democrats would f Uso Oal incur critic. Yufu 800 to Bouldu t by Airai d Iowa de. L or or. John Reed of Brainard held a rousing meeting to known As the Loafer Ridge school Hou so in this township of the 23d. We have heard a great Many speeches from what they term great guns but must confess that or. Reed eclipsed them All on the occasion referred to above. He is billed to speak from now until election and will do some Good work. Let every Gree Backor take hold and do what he can for the cause. The time to work is Short yet much Good can yet be done if a Are Earnest and diligent. Push the grand work along is the sentiment that should actuate every True Green Backer. Yours for Tho cause. G. Cain. Ever offered by him. Elegant diagonals and 2tuk by aves neatly trimmed with Plush and Lur. The l Dies will do Well to kudu up. Fine clothing. The to Der Ogui d when visit Eft this summer found a line of i v 1 of tilt. To h a 17 a to from the celebrated Sawyer s Woolen without an a pud for Quality in the United those goods Wei by Mee chant tailors for Liiste Trade and with pleasure 1 offer them to my customers knowing they Are made up better than our custom tailors make them. I which i have lately added a full Stock of made up please. 13mr the above in of find when in need of Ekx a Tua kick suit. fully. Which will to sold Down in Price . G i Oclery Doanh i la full and Complete goods warranted As represented. Produce taken in Exchange foe goods w n shall hereafter adhere to Cash a . Vieli a Ili enable lit to sell on smaller margins than Ever before. Yet Ioe Iiri item to Call and sex 1 nil e f 1 is 1 d prices. John a. Finney Rostov ill Iowa tt1 oui id in j , a sum of Money. The owner can have the same by proving ownership and paying for this notice descriptions by claimant to be left with of. E. Clark at t Stville. Sabble and harness so a ii gemeral Kaleh in harness of every style Quality and Price. Horse blankets Lap Robes Fly nets Combs and brushes kept constantly on hand. Also n general assortment of saddles whips Saltelis etc., also trunks and Valise. B Nulf Sam s harness Oil i Lio Buist in b Fefe Keit Cou mently on Truw. Lle pairing a specially and work warranted. To use Ali 0 beat of toe ass i no. 1 workmen and a i be Rea Soublo. Conio in. Oil i of Lic vont of Lico Portville Tow a. The democratic convention met at Calmar on the 25th. Guat. Aud adj Otu Ned without making any . Tho following resolutions were adopted resolved that the delegates representing the 4-th congressional District in convention assemble a Moid endorse Tho platform of Tho Democrat party adopted at the state convention at Marshall Owuje and urge every voter in the District to work Earnest Aud diligent in behalf of the state Imd local tickets. Resolved that in View of the declination of Hiram Hoagland to whom was tendered the nomination j for member of Congress fit a former mooting of , and considering the few Days intervening Between now Aud the general election and the inability of the party to make a thorough canvass of Tho District it is deemed inexpedient to place a candidate in the Field. Resolved that this convention adjourn sine die grand opening. Turner Ethdl will be formally opened of the evening of nov. 1st by the Edwin Clifford dramatic company in their Beautiful French play the two orphans somebody had the extreme kindness to �11 our lower Hall with Wood the Oiler evening just for the fun of Tho thing. If they had been thoughtful enough to have sawed it we would have been bettor suited. There May have Beon a certain amount of fun connected with it but after Barking our shins and nearly breaking our Neok trying to. Get around it in the dark we failed to discover the funny part. You can trill juju 4, xxi Xuxa 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 teade5 Consi Stix of Yos Luis pc a it. Tell until w t Bud interviewed Tho critic. Anol a 11 editor has had i is hard earned fur Limnio taken 11 Way from him. The Nii Iii of Tui Algona Republican. Wan sued for1 libel by the Etui Irnia of the Board of Kiis such county claiming or ,00tl damaged. Tho jury a warded Pleni Ulilla Democrat. Jas Tulili Boa it 1 of i to limits a ban nearly every Nikalo of the town is include a in Ibi organization. That Toutt cd Quot be classed v. Atli Tho Ordinary by no moan. Syi Tii think of it Touty two Boya und Uicon All toot ing at Onoon and new bog Inora at that. Gabriel and his Host would t be a Cli Catri Staana. A j Farmer Van volzoi1 is Nui Aing or. V. Recent affliction in the Raat Torff ail inflamed option. While gathering in \ Bis apples to atoll Van a Twig in Tiia Eye injuring Tho sight in merely. It is a question whether he Vii fully r cover his big his again or. Not it is hoped however that it will not be no serious Ai at first feared Tho Edwin Clifford dramatic company made their first appearance in this City last monday evening in the Beautiful or enc play of the two orphans. They were greeted with a full House and the audience fully appreciated the excellent rendition of the play. Or. Clifford has Long been a Guowo lodged As one of the most accomplished actor of the present Day. To is of Fine p us Cipio has a Well modulated voice and reads his parts Well. Such1 41 Lalo Tod actor very naturally selects for his support in Tui leading characters ladies and j gentlemen of acknowledged ability Aud the Fine manner in which the plays Are presented shows that or a Lillord has been unusually careful Iii the selection i his company for Tho present Settana. Our space is too limited for us to give the Praise we would Liko to to misses Lottie and Clara Douglass messes Livingston funny Tom Coleman t red Kent Burdick and other deserving ones of Tho company. Go and see them All tonight if you have not been there yet la the blood curdling Bah lifting Indian drama of Nick of the a goods. Dior Thetro going folks will be the re Torii at any time and will give theirn cordial wait on Dom Prat. On the 7tb of november Iowa i a publicans will again show the world what they can for of the cause of right and Gazette. Right and Jii Fatico again show the world yes atom Well we that is Hie probably. The Dubuque times rep of oct. 11, in speaking of the democratic candidate for Congress in the -3d, says "mr.xiiirhaui, if he is anybody s the 18 the candidate of the committee and of a prominent rail Road company. He has Beon Tho agent of the Illinois Central Railroad company for Launy years and is of this account the Arnall paps Are Oivi As Well As on Many others emphatically Sot the Man a Geld to Congress i i ii. A year ready made clothing men youths boots a mens and b oys hats , trunks Alises furnishing goods Ali 3 Alai Gest Bubek in tie Wessyl. The Best goods i Wii a kept on hand and at in ices that Dalj . All goods warranted to be As represented your patronage will he duly appreciate. Matt ,-.age. Opposite Brick Block. I Ontville . The i5d District this boots & shoes., new Stock that s Good argument and we thank Tho times for it. And if that is the proper feed for the 3d. District spare us enough for a meal in tins District or do the people in the m. Rep Giro a different dish from Tho 4tli. The times say s on account of his being an agent for the i. C b. R., he is unfit for Tho we Aie Gulf cited the same Way up Here Updegraff is a pail attorney for the c. M. St. Gnu i and according to the times that account unfit for Tho position. Voters think of it a Republican Pap i objects to a demo Era tits candidate on certain ground s which Are Well taken. Republican papers uphold a Republican can Jid Idette on precisely the Saui e Gro Jid. How consistent ,.oh, there b nothing like the grimd0 old party or pair. A Good Boot Lor 2.40. French Kip 5.00, our French Kip Boot is of imported Stock i Ami made and has no Superior in the Traxl. Andr arrant eid in Call at. Sub new Stoke and be coins cd. S Lxi Hunan. & Sanders

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