Postville Review in Postville, Iowa
6 Aug 1887

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6 Aug 1887

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Postville Review (Newspaper) - August 6, 1887, Postville, Iowa The Postville weekly review published every saturday w. N. Burd1ck. By terms $1.50 a year in Advance local review. Luhman & Sanders Are invoicing. Seo Armstrong Holter s fire and to Day. Seo notice of teachers Institute n week Iron next monday. Special notice. A new advert sen my or oranges most be brought in by wednesday morning and local notices of every name and nature must be in by thursday evening popular for the girls who arc rot Difraia of water. To Faith extracted without pain byline of Lihugh Zugg in at ois spin s dental rooms w is Union ii. 17tf attention knights. Olive Branch Lodge k. Of p., is called to meet at Gray s Jovery store next monday evening aug. 8th, at 8 o clock. Every Mather is requested to to present. . Slut c. C. Tho Billy Marble dramatic company will open monday night at Turner Hall in Tho great society drama of forgot my admission 25 and Iscla. Reserved seats on Salo at Staadt s drug store. What a wealth of broiling loveliness there must be in Elkader this week at the teachers los Lutte Wilh Tho Mercury hugging 100 la Tho Shado. We Hope it will to cooler before our county Institute opens. Another week of intense heat. Just How Long humanity Enn stand this baking process to do not know. To always knew that to did t wart to live in the South. It is a Little Roro than we can do to stand it hero. Spreading Over the books and papers. Somo of their books were burned which they supposed were in the Safe and this has Del Yod Uett lament with Tho insurance companies. In Tho end they will doubtless get All their insurance As their los will oven then be several thousand dollars. They have got their goods fixed up in their temporary building and have ordered Somo More to sort up with so that Thoy can go on with their business. They Havo not yet concluded As to whether they will rebuild or not though we have Little doubt but they will when they get straightened around. Jacob Meyer s insurance has been adjusted and although his loss is heavy above insurance he will soon rebuild at least to the extent of enabling him to font Luke the Blacksmith Long business. J. B. Schmidt has not yet fully decided though he will probably rebuild. If to does to will build a store larger than before and All in one building with Iron roof. His loss has been adjusted and paid Tho amount received being 91,180.00 on . He had no insurance on Stock furniture or barn mrs. E. D. Stiles loss 1400.00 on building has been adjusted. She will get the full amount. J. Mott had $500.00 insurance of the old review building. Skelton & Mcewen got 9100.00, dam ago to Stock As their share of insurance too Little we should suppose. Several Othor Small amounts have Beon allowed on damage to buildings not destroyed. R. A. T. Meyer s losses has not Boen adjusted at this writing though Tho and Jii tors ate Busy figuring. They May be through Bosforo to go to press. Tho masons will rent the City Hall and fit it up for a Lodge room. They ill be g and to have the other lodges occupy it with them divid no the time As they did in the old Hall. There was no insurance on Tho halt at the time of Tho Ore. Quite a number from Here went to Cost Neil last saturday night to attend the dance Given by co. D. Remember the caucus on saturday evening of this week. Tho notice in Short because owing to Tho lire Tho committee overlooked the Call last week and As the convention is next week it could not to longer deferred. Book keeping Short hand and Type writing thoroughly taught in Tho business College at Fayette.  win. Lemons Geum Stockman Gil Russell and Bert int to took in Ossian the fore part of the week. Elifus Harris has just completed a Well 216 feet deep lie has a plenty of water but it is a Good ways Down to it. Good pasturage. One a not j r.5tir., Foi took with Good feed and Good Spring water. Apply to b. . Meyer & Spoo. We arc now located one door South of Luhman & Sanders store and will do dressmaking mid millinery work at reasonable prices. Alias. Akka Meyer miss Amelia Roo. The Mcgregor times says that Sam Noi theol has Tho order to put up a new Telephone line Between Mcgregor and . Fifteen Mon Are to to employed us helpers. The poles for this Section of the line arrived in Post Villa sometime ago. Was crowded packed to the doors and they were greeted nightly with full if uses and shouts of merriment. We have been bored lately with companies remaining Only one night charging a High rate of admission and carrying Ioor companies for support. The mar Ile company is something different from the regular routine playing a reasonable prices and giving excellent performances. Billy Marble is one of the oldest and Best known comedians in this country and his wife Ella Marble Racks High among the leading actresses of the country. Harry Loom is held a leading position at Mcva Lickei s i cat re Chicago for years. Phillip Ray the stage manager is an actor of Long experience having hold the same to station for years with Robson & Crane Awrence Barrett Etc. David Alger an Eastern actor for Many years Ner Sonntog of old men characters at the Walnut Street theatre Philadelphia. Daisy Lovering a pleasing sour clot from the Boston theatres. Such dramatic performances have Yovor been Given in this Region and lovers of Tho drama will give them a Hearty Welcome wherever they Hawk Eye. Tho famous marbles will be at Post Al Lac six nights at Turnor Hall commencing monday August 8th, at popular prices 25 and 36 cents. Reserved seats now on Sale at Stradt s drug store. Billy Marble a Solomon Isaacs. Billy Marble and his company played Solomon Isaacs at Tho people s last night to one of Tho Best houses of the season. The audience was a representative Omaha audience composed of our first and Best people with All of whom the marbles have Long teen favourites. The play is a comedy drama and from first to last abounds in situations intensely and broadly comical Marble and wife Are to be sure mom than capable in All their characters Ina the other members of the con pay arc so Good As to Merit the individual men Tion Thoy should receive did Timu allow in Solomon Isaacs Billy Marble is his very Best and almost his every it Poa Rancu was Tho signal for heart greetings from Tho audience. All in. Ali Tho entertainment furnished by in marbles and their excellent compan Wae the most enjoyable of the. A cast when Marble comes again he can expect his usual crowded u Oma Republican to In. My m my m we Are now offering special inducements in All summer cloth hgr for men and boys. Give us a Call before purchasing. U. T k. Clothing1 co. Fire fire is extend our sincere and Heartfelt thanks to the Good people of Postville for their kindness and exceedingly hard work in saving Otto Stock from the disastrous fire of july 25th. The Home Phoenix and Hartford insurance companies settled our loss and damage promptly and to heartily commend their local agents s. S Powers a j. Beedy and w. Webster for their kindness. Fire goods cheap. Hats and underwear slightly damaged and marred at much less than first Cost. Call & see for yourself. K my Post ills 3iothins House Postville Iowa musical instruction. Mies Nellie Abbott is prepared to give instruction on piano Organ and in voice culture. Voice culture a. Specially. John Dickson wont West on monday night to put up Hay at. Hartley for ills Stock. He and his Brothers have about 200 head. I. Or. to hold any of those who Wei arraigned or violating injunctions in Postville. It is a serious and dangerous matter to disregard an injunction and we Hope no Man in Postville will do it. Obey the Law. Therein lies Tho Only safety. De. Stone has returned and will in tie his old place with Mott & Mcadam in the factory. New winners tools have been ordered. Card of thanks. I wish publicly to return Tny sincere thanks Lall who assisted to to save a remnant of my Stock of goods from the late fire. Aud in this notice i Waul to remember Lului onion and children who did Noble work. Thanks to each and All. 1uj i pm a. T. Kyeu. A. Chriss and Halver Lien the former with his wife and the latter with to Don t know who went to pictured r Luks for a picnic last monday. Or. Ruuk cola of Texas a Sou of Tho or. Cole that formerly lived with j. H. Sauders is visiting Tho latter Aud the families connected for a few Days. John Moir requests All Tho Young Mou Aud others to come in and buy cigars Etc. To help him n Little to make up for his lire loss. He had no Musur Ance. Rev. J. By. Ferner Wilt to absent in chlo ago for the Cost two sundays and Hunroe to Njeru will to to services in the congregational a Huron. Sabbath school As usual. Prof. Smith was in town a part of last week for the first time since the close of school we believe lie is now engaged in teaching in 11, Clayton county teachers Institute which is u session a a Staadt to drug store. Bank. P o a t y11, t., low1y. The Bank will receive deposits buy mid sell foreign and Domestic Exchange make Loans and do a general linking business. I Shail end Avn to transact All Busi a. Entrusted to me in a manner and 3 i. I terms satisfactory to my custom Henry h a a a ecu. Firm of Bayle aha Ksir. 1 1hr. Han i been at Postville the in invoicing the drug store of i Aylce Douglass it co., at the conclusion of which Charles d. Ii Alcis. In senator s eldest Oon is to to Llyd partner in the business. The Tinoi congratulates Kube Douglass on the accession Aud bows to master Charles a mighty food boy As a member of the times. A e Racond the motion by a Large majority. To believe Charley now has or. Dresser s one to Iii interest in the firm and wish him and the entire firm continued Prosperity it has always been and will . Ale time lock. 8. Roberts Cash r. The following friends Aro entitled to thanks for Cash on subscription this week Wilbor Smith j. Gordon mrs. Etta Atkins. Also Tho following Short time subscriptions c. 11. Yonkers by or Boulon mrs. H. Mckenney by Wilkes Williams mrs. Mclean by miss Nott Kerr John s. Whitney by d. Jacobia Folsom. An Algon paper bus the following w. Scott who owns a Little station att fed Luana on the Milwaukee Road in Clayton county pasted through town monday on us Way too Brea county to got nay. A it is Bald that since Caniar did a Veroy so badly they talk of challenging the Pella for to game. We Don t know but Lup poro our boys might too Omro Fate them. A a Blai Oll tha Dent lat of went Union la. Will for the next 60 Days Ajo All Klu Sof dental work at prices Loer than Ever Hoard of before and to god Papor far Long time 17w6 a. B. Schmidt wishes us to extend his warmest thanks to the ladles who so kindly assisted in saving his goods at the tire Aud asks us to assure the Public that lie will sell anything in his Stock at about half Price to close out he needs Money and to has no room Forte goods where he 1. Call and Neu him first door East of Tho commercial House a r a to Civ desires a. On Lur ii last ii . Banka to Hose who by to in it in / Apo Stu moment a Orfi f the Pas two Yeara. Rev or. Lass and we. Thoma Havo put phased Tho old can bold Orchard property immediately North of the cemetery and we understand will Lay it a in rooms Over. Sou Ouer i Raa Aurant Alt Somra Dessot my re Ritz i it Boott adjutant. Com guitar. The Mamta pm i i Alla Makee county pm Mem Onibel Aad Cou Tattu in head in tit Reid Weon Uluth plug Auddy Stroad Slih All Ida we bad Quitel a Tovare we Jed storm by a Good atom of rain looked ital serious for Bie but no Gre Sec Daige Aas Dot Flor around Toyva a Ai in Bowlon Long tuft tit air via South o Luana a is Etick by Granite cemetery work Iron fences our bin a those intending to Pur Oliasz mount Metal work for Futro Deus Reg Ortw find it to their advantage to a Tram h. A kit iwo a Branit Woi i a Vilua an he h doing first Olnas work atm Lnu i prices a can to Coutur Prairie it i Ohleh wiu., mow open Lor the reception of Putinta. The above Well known Retreat for invalids is now open for Tho Roe Etlou of patients and turkish russian and Al other Baths required. Tho treatment Given Here is a sure ure for Rhouma Isra in All its forms neuralgia and Many Othor chronic Difutt Cultis As hundreds of patients can Tea by who have Here found Relief during to past several years. Charges reasonable. 6tf 1887 M y u he ban Niji Malleti top him a Aid it a we tip a a a Couch division. Tims to i be in Ell i Juno 19th passe a a going Nort. .1.12 80 " " South  .2 60, " vre Leht a a. Boa Jtb a ,0 a 0, a. M. Be it titter a Cut. Tiu of Mana Ai aies i Jay Xvi .  tluhma1t&sandbe a is . S., v. Mattlin. A for. A Ataii wiry Sabbath morning at halt put Tafiti to i a Termor Fua Psztur �mvt9�. Prayer in of in i Oil Boldaj Over Loki it us cd limb us Iena f we from Bov i w Var str pm a t i Illi 1 a Iutmui it in so a it in. Bind h\,9 _ o in m to 11 by i meat Market hug bus & Haver lamp have Ngann pm on de tic a Milter meat Market. Thoy flu keep All Knob of smoked it nil Oriel my Fatsi feb a and the Best Fresell to jets to of Oubry affords. By Itier Den bldg toy will Ond Eft tar to if to the pub Corn and of wry i wis of com , Avo Mph do Baler its furnit1r e 120692

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