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Postville Review (Newspaper) - January 15, 1887, Postville, Iowa He weekly review published every saturday w. N. Burdick. By t�jbm8 $l.50a year in Advance. Local review. -. To Day a markets. Wheat 60 Rye 40 Barley 40 to 45 outs. 52 of �4 Corn new 40 Timothy Rood 1.65 flax seed. 8 Good Dairy Hull or 20 Etc hogs 4 40 potatoes 70 egg 20 Clover seed 4.25. Chickens 8j to 5o turkeys 5 Tovje. Special notice. All new advertisements or changes must brought id wednesday morning i and local notices of every name and nature must to in thursday evening to insure insertion the current week. Hereafter Foi swill closed Early Friday to Ruig. Another Light Snow fall last night. Well no this is not a Good week for locals. A. Malaga graphs 2 la for 25 cents 42w2 John s. Added another to. Miller has firl to the census. The Board of session a Waukon. Is f till in mrs. F. D. Bayless of Elkader has born visiting relatives and friends Here. Monday last was the first moderate Day since Christmas. The Mercury went up to 25 above. Eugene Stockman Lias returned from Milwaukee where he has Boen spending he holidays. We now have a Large into Leo of Tio spel hymns and hereafter will try and Supply the demand. We omitted to state last week that Charley Harris went to lit Arlington to Complete his commercial studies. Or. Green s office hours for 18s7 ure 9 to 12 a. M., and 1 to 4 p. And Oiler hours when not engaged. 2w the Dubuque end of the Chicago train did not go up until after 2 o clock on tuesday. Did you learn the cause a. E. Warren the plaster aspects to move into town in the Spring. The Dakota end of the Down train c id not arrive Here until 10 30 last night. A. S. Young made us a Short but pleasant Call on wednesday. He is in the grocery and provision business in Dubuque. To reports the City very Dull since the holidays. If any More of our subscribers Are expecting to bring us Wood now is just the time to do it. Wood is a drug in the Market but to will take it from those that we have promised to take it from if brought soon. Nov is the accepted the Harris farm William Harris Nephew of Uncle Elisha bought 80 acres and thou. Fulsom 80 acres with the House upon it. The sum paid for the whole i believe being $6,000. Or. Harris gave $4,000 for his farm in Kansas. Or. Harris will missed All of us he 1ms superintended our sunday school for some three or fou years and tried to a Law abiding citizen in every Way and place. Our sunday school was to Organ used january 1st with h. S. Harris sept. The minister comes and preaches to us once in two weeks yes Aud to wears that new fur overcoat Ever time this kind of weather and says that it is a very Good thing to have. We have a Little girl at our House that has ii till herself a pair of stockings. She is six years old. Can any Little girl beat that among your readers if so let them report. It is rather late to report but that Christmas True was a grand Success every Way. Some of the friends Send for Medicino the wrong parties i should think the noise they make carrying it heme. Or. Editor Don t it seem strange that men that cannot gel books for their children to Send Thorn to school and we might add shoes and clothes to Wear can find Money to buy whiskey and tobacco Lor themselves and some to treat their Good friends also. Kab an Iowa Papor for Tho Iowa Farmer. If the Farmers of this county intend to read an agricultural paper during the year 1887, and every one of them should Why vend East after a paper published in a Section of country where farming is in main respects different from that of Iowa and where its application and Success rests upon conditions both natural and commercial essentially different from outs Why not take your own Iowa agricultural paper the Homestead speaking of this excellent paper or. Burrel. Of the Washington la press says hundreds of Farmers in this county ought to take this Desmoines paper. Every enterprising Farmer wants a paper in h s line for he knows that he does t know it All and is keen to learn and catch hints. Every Branch of business nowadays has its Organ which Speaks As authority. Thero is no paper in Iowa or in the Northwest that is another such authority on grasses soils and Stock Breeding As the Homestead. The paper is full of the editor s Good things supplemented Tho net result Good things of an Able corps of contributors. Farmers in Iowa Are not shrewd but miss it badly in taking Eastern agricultural papers which. I know nothing of our condition and i skip their own state paper that can and Ossian and Well hero writes us j oos minister to their wants and needs. John j. Helming who has been so Long with the Wideawake clothiers Armstrong & Linker has accepted a clerkship with t. U. Carpenter & son Cedar Falls io., and started for his new Home tuesday. John has proven himself a first class clerk reliable and honest and leaves behind him a Host of friends who wish him abundant Success. And while we regret his leaving us we take pleasure in recommending him to the citizens of Cedar Falls As worthy of their Confidence and esteem. A. C. Murphy. Esq., formerly a Lew of those elegant photograph albums scrap books and fancy Pape Terie boxes arc still loft Al this office which will to bold at very Low prices to close Thorn out. Horse shooing repairing Aud Black Smithing of All kinds done on Short notice in a Workmanlike Manor and reasonable terms at the South Side shop. T. Sho theed. To. Have a copy of Harper s quasar Tho american agriculturist the scientific american the n. Y. Independent and a few other periodicals for Sale at a discount. First come first served. Orville Wheeler has been around again paying a visit to his Mother and sister and looking up Tho interests of his wind Mill business. His Many friends Are glad that he is doing Well. Sawmill. Dresser & Miller have arranged to put in a saw Mill in connection with their feed Mill As soon As Tho Machin Ery can got and put up. Bring in Tho saw logs. 43tf again to Are enabled to give a Cro Diablo Roll of hour and again we doff our tile Aud say to each thank Yon. In addition to having our debts paid to now have a new sack of flour in the House. That lie expects to locate and open a Law of lace in Duluth in the Spring in connection with c. P. Brown formerly of Decorah. This will make a Strong Law team. Or. Murphy is still in the employ of the Minnesota chief machinery works of Stillwater at a Good salary. To is one of these pushing energetic Young men who always find an unoccupied position at the top and which everybody likes to see succeed. We congratulate ourself on having lost bul two subscribers thus far this year who were not erased without order one of these was a Dakota Man who. Was jealous of his territory and the Oiler a Postville business Man whom we unintentionally overlooked in our hurried write up of Tho town. While we regret to Loso any we Are pleased to announce that the breach has Boen much Moro than Lilloyd unsolicited now subscribers. Somehow it Secomb just As necessary for Tho people to have the review As it is for the review to have Tho people. In this As in everything else in this world to Are dependent on each other. Try the Homestead very Low. The club card of thanks. We wish hereby to express our sin Oure thanks to our neighbors and friends for their sympathy and Aid in our remont great and sudden Bereave Mont the death of our husband and father. Mrs. Geo. Water s & family. Tho papers report last Friday morning As boing Tho coldest All Over the country on record for years. At Dubuque it was 88 below and at Many Points in Iowa South of us it was Dow to 10. Our Thormo motor Only registered 26 below. To can club it 1 is always lodged in the Best fruit and nut Trees. Every Farmer in this county can secure the Homestead on trial for Ono month Freo of charge sending his Nara and address on a postal card to the Homestead co. Desmoines Iowa. Our readers should not Overlook the advertisement of mrs. Frank Leslie which appears in this paper. Tho proprietor of this Well known and enterprising publishing House offers a splendid Statuette of Liberty free of Chargo to every subscriber to the illustrated newspaper or Tho popular monthly or for two subscriptions to the sunday Magazine. Each of these publications have hosts of old readers and friends in All parts of the country who do not used to told that they Are among the very Best issued. Tho Statuette is an exact fac simile of the colossal figure in new York Harbor of the same material and is an exceedingly Protty and effective parlor or mantel ornament not for a Day but for All mrs. Leslis with her usual Enterprise has secured absolute control for Premium purposes of Tho Statuette and it will to offered no other publisher Tho Frank Loshon publications Are All of a High order of excellence and enjoy Well deserved popularity. From Tho Ossian Bee to Loam that under or in spite of the prohibitory Law that town received during 1886 seventeen full car loads of boor. Tho a. Sons Are All wide open Thore at Cal mar Decorah and several Othor towns in that county and it is not a River county Vithor. Brethren is not this prohibition business a most ridiculous burlesque and farce thus far to Don t know that there Are any saloons in Postville but to do know that there has Boen Moro drunkenness Here during Tho past two months than for any corresponding length of Elmo during the past five years. Was the satisfaction of having the us All that was wanted p the school Board has decided that nearly All the pupils Whoso parents re Sido outside of Tho District must pay tuition now although some of Thorn have been residing Horo and attending school for a your or More. It rooms a Little harsh in some oases but if it is Law it is All right. There is a Fianu Point of Lis til Tiou to Deofido whether or not a Pupil is entitled to Tho benefits of the school and Tho state superintendent c Oes not make Tho motor Clear though to infer from his letter that he would not sustain the a cont decision of the Board. Personally we have no further interest in Tho matter Only the Best in Terest of Tho school coupled with Law and Justice. Our California letter. Lodi c ni., Jan. 5, 1887. Editor review As you Are award i left Postville the last of november passing through portions of Missouri which seemed quite Bleak with considerable Snow arriving at Emporia about nov. 2glh. I found things very different from what i had concerning Kansas. I have great objections to the country on account of mud and dry weeds there is no grass. The Stock interest is All entered in a few cattle Kings Ami a common Man with Small Means cannot stand any Chance with them. The weather is precarious the winds Are very severe and High More so than i expected. It is no wonder that cyclones frighten the inhabitants. In fact i found a great Many old settlers who would glad to leave the country on account of these objections. I wis urged capitalists and influential men to invest in real estate and i received the Courtesy and hospitality imaginable from interested parties being taken around to see the land but my impressions were such that i did not care to invest and my advice to parties owning Good farms in Iowa is remain there. Two parties who owned land in Kansas offered to Exchange with me without having seen my land in Iowa. I left Emporia on the 3rd of dee., arriving in Colorado the next morning. To passed through considerable Snow and saw herds of cattle and sheep. Crossing the line into new Mexico we passed through a town which is inhabited indians about 500. They were a dirty miserable tribe and were in nearly a nude condition. As to had the Opportunity of spending some Little time in their Village the passengers had a Chance to have i Onaida Rable sport seeing them shoot their arrows Aud barter their Pappo oses. We Lori at 10 o clock. A. On new year s Day we passed through Arizona. We had pleasant weather and company and a most enjoyable time with but one exception and that was when going up an Elevation of 3 too it. The cars became uncoupled Aud fourteen cars were in danger of being town Over the precipice. But for the brakeman being at their ii he and nobly doing their duty a sad Fate would have Boen stirs. To use the expression of the conductor the 500 passengers would have been dead in five As it was nine ears were completely demolished a great Ninny were Hurt Aud several killed outright. 1 have not yet received my trunk As it was in the cars that were wrecked. I arrived at Lodi cal., on monday Jan. 3rd, where i found one of my old Iowa neighbors or. T. Stoddard with whom i spent the afternoon very pleasantly in recounting old times and viewing the surroundings of Lodi. Which interested me much. I consider my o a Friend Woll situated. He thinks years years have been added to his life living ii California and we can see Many of Tho resources of Tho state in mrs. Stoddard s collection of native Woods minerals shells Birds Etc. Leaving Lodi for Woodbridge. Which is situated about two Miles from Lodi 1 arrived at my daughters mrs. Ridenour s about Sun set finding them Well and pleasantly situated. I Liko California better than any place i was Over in. I Loam that the California Winter has been a perpetual summer. The blackberries have borne two crops and Are in Bloom again and there Are Young figs on the Trees. I Lind that the vegetable gardens Are As Nico As if it wore Spring. They have All kinds of vegetables Tho your around. I think i could live and end my Days hero if wore i permitted to any Lime. I am told and am impressed that san Joaquin Valley is the Best Valley in California. Society in California is As refined and. As intellectual As in Iowa. Schools Are of the Best grades Ond churches Are Well supported. Every state of the Union Ond every country of Europe Asia and Africa Are repro Henleu its inhabitants Aud its dry pure air is believed to to efficacious to health Aud vitality. This contributes to Tho health resorts and Tho scenery is unsurpassed. Now i think you will credit me with having kept my Promise in a measure so 1 will close. Yours truly e. Harris. On saturday nov 6th, i will open up a new Stock of goods in my new Storo such As has never been exhibited in Postville. I have just hit the Nail going to Market this your and have saved with very Little exception 20 to 25 per cent on the purchases and will give you All Tho entire Benefit of it. I am opening Tho Best and cheapest Stock that you have Ever inspected but time does not permit me to make out an entire list. Call and we will cheerfully show you our Stock and prices and if you Are not satisfied that they Are the cheapest then you can feel satisfied that you have seen a Good clean . We quote .05 .01 or. .05 .05 17 .08. 15 in All Post one lot of dark print. Best full Standard dark dress prints at Turkey red Druss p ints genuine indigo Blue prints Staple Gingham at full Standard dress styles Gingham Only. Plaid suiting Only Pacific brocades Manchester Chevron Atlantic Cable twill the Best assortment of in shiners the newes. Shades Ever shown in Ville at 10 . And upwards. 40 Inch Serge Only 75 brocaded Robes one dress pattern and All the trimmings each 3.75 8.50 All silk Gros Grain dress floods 1.00 dress flannel in abundance. 30 Inch Tricot Only 45 the Best Tricot Ever bought in Chicago Only. 7,1 1 find the Good Fortune to procure an extra finer and heavy Tricot from an Eastern agent that i will sell Yon at 85 striped velveteen 40 silk velvet inches wide Only 1.00 Call and see the Best line of dress goods Ever shown in the West. Fancy cretins jeans Worth 20, Only a l Wool jeans Worth 05, Only cassimere Pauls goods Only 0-4 Diagonal worsted bargain in children s clothing cheap at 40 , for 25 have purchased the Best Stock of Cas Limeres Ever brought to Postville and i will sell them so cheap thai every one will buy. Good Cheviot shirting .08 if you can match my 5c Canton flannel for Tho Price then mine will Cost you nothing double f i de pushes and fancy Fiig ured pushes As line is any in Chicago at 23 and 30. My 10c. Bleached Cotton flannel will match the Best jobber s 12 c. Goods you can find. 0-4 Pepperel sheeting Only 17 one lot of ticking .07 one lot double fold Wool veiling 15 fringe cloaking Worth 3.00. Ouly 2.25 a Nice Brown Plush cloaking 1.25 a very Nico Waterproof 37 Winter shawls from 75c. 10.00 if you want to buy the Best she in Call hardware. Letti & Ore. We carry All kinds of heavy and shelf hardware cutlery stoves tinware farming1 tools Hay Forks and carriers screen doors and windows sewing machines and in fact All Poos handled in Tho hardware line. Job work done in the Best manner without delay milk cans a specially. Sole agents for the Glidden barbed wire Superior to any wire made. We also sell the Frentress barbed wire a. To. 1 wire which we sell at West prices. We have and will keep Good goods an. Sell them As Low As the lowest and will n Low no one to undersell us. Come and see us and go away convinced that we do what we say. 10 i 10 10 25 1.50 Postville very cheap then please and see my Stock. Shaker flannel Only .07 Grey willed flannel .07 fluid slip rating flannel ."8 All Wool heavy willed flannel 20 All Wool plaid shining flannel 25 Best shilling flannel 30 this you will Lind elsewhere 35 to 40 one lot Grey and one Onset. Of White bed blankets 10 -4, Only 2.h5 Bonde jerseys Only 2.00 also i full line of jackets new nor sets skirts underwear Hals it claps gloves & Milts hoots & shoes. Groceries glassware one cry and cutlery it. Very cheap and you will save Money examining my goods and getting further prices before purchasing. Many thanks for your Liberal Patron age when i could not serve you As Well is i can now i Hope to he favored in the future and i will spare no pains to. Save you a Nice per cent on All your purchases. We will glad to show goods. Sam-1 pies Given Only where the. Purchase cannot come himself. Come and Sec the new store 3 c yours respectfully 1 i o a k s,0 " w k a. Pjs new markets ands ques. Enormous reductions to thing Eese eved hot one just think of our Seal Plush which we have offered at the very Low Price of $15, now Only $10. Children s clo or now Only 67 cents. All whiter Foo a very cheap e sure to Call at once. Yours respectfully Luhman & Sanders. Hall rot its president. W. , Cash. Yehsha Harris sends us an interesting letter from California including some rare specimens of California Flowers. But our old Friend must look a Little out As to his remarks about Kansas or will get the top of his head taken off if he Ever comes Back to the those people Are a jealous people. A. A Burdick was snatched from the bosom of he family last Friday Telegraph he went train however. To Cedar rapids. At present he door Isles a stand on the saturday gossip. Hence Little Bert and yours truly Are rape Ltd to manipulate alone. Anal Pau try Jund equal to the ee�9�genoy, a new Enterprise. We Are Plo Asod to note a new Industry about to to started Horo Cross or & Miller. They have determined to put in a saw Mill in connection with their feed Mill and machine shop and have Ord Rod the necessary machinery including a 48 Inch circular saw. They expect to Havo it ready for operation sometime in february and invite All who wish to Havo hard Wood lumber sawed during the Spring and summer to bring in the logs now while the Sleigh ing is Good. As hard Wood Lum Ber is much better than Pine for Many purposes and As Thero is much Good Timber in this Section yet there ought to a plenty of work for Tho new Mill. Success to the new Mill. Boll of Honor. We add the following one list of paying subscribers this week which added to the Large list Given last week exceeds the lis1 of any previous year for the same length of time and is a larger list than any neighbouring paper has published e Hardin f p Hardin m e Riley mrs j Riley. J s Mott c f Dupuis John helming j c Murphy. J a Finney f j Klus. 8 s Powers l d Powers. A m Thompson c e Warren or. J. Shepherd Mary m. Howard Geo. Waters jr., mrs. Viola Enos. C h Barnes s v Clinton Jas fair weather Orville Wheeler. J s Youngho Barnes w h Buttolph or j a Noil California excursion. On january 4, 11, 12, 18 and 26, and february 8 and 15, Tho b., c r. & a r y will sell round trip excursion Tiok ets from All principal stations to California Points including san Diego at very Low rates. Tickets Good six months. For further particulars Call on ticket , or address j. E. Han Koan Gen. Tit. & pass. At come and Settle. There arc great Many accounts still on Ray books unsettled although it has been several Mouths Sinoto i sold out the hardware business. These to counts must closed up and Settle Mont made at once or i shall compelled to take stops to collect them which i do not wish to do. Do not fail to fall and Soe me. Matt Bee non. P Postville Bank Postville Iowa does a general banking business. Foreign and Domestic Exchange sold. Bought and administrator s notice. Nonce is hereby Given to All persons interested that on the 28th Day of december 1886, Tho undersigned wore duly appointed the circuit court of Alla Makee county Iowa administrators of the estate of Zeruiah Post deceased late of said county. All persons indebted to said estate Wilt make payment to the undersigned and those having claims against the same will please present them legally authenticated to said court for allow sated this 38th Day of december 1886, j. Post admins tractors Lypo a Imp Coq let everybody go and see Tho grandest sight of the age. For $6.60 on january 16, 10, 17, 19, 21, 24, 26 and 28 the c. & St p. R. R. Will sell round trip tickets to St Paul which will include an admission ticket to the ice Palace. Tickets g of five 6 Days from Dato of Sale. D. N. Tuune at. Merely a Flouro of Spe ooh. This habit of Yelling and howling seems a very common practice among american ladies and children. Can it to Tho War whoop of your aboriginal Prodo censors upon your native Noil handed Down As an american ear Mark i was once a guest at an olo Gaut Soiree in an Illinois town of 10,000 inhabitants. Tho House was sumptuous so was the hostess so Tho guests. At supper the charming daughter of Tho Bouso remarked to to or. Taurus if you Don t too what you want just yell for up then Thero was that pretty Philadelphia Bride Olio told us How horribly embarrassed she Felt in going into Church to to married two weeks Bosforo. I told Ned i knew i could not do it so rattled i knew that when Tho Clergyman came to the word obey i Shoulet Roar right out and if i did t Roar i should Squall did you Roar or did you Squall p asked Johannes. Neither answered the Lovely girl. I waited until we returned to Tho Carriage and Thon i just bowled Art age. It is related that son a Tor Beok Dot Long ago received a letter from a Kentucky constituent inform lug him that some person in Cumberland mel., bad promised Tho constituent a pair of Pointer pups. Tho to Utuchian was anxious to get the pups provided they had certain Marks but unless thus distinguished he did not care for them. He wrote to Beck that As Cumberland was not very far from Washington he Wishod Lin Neph would go up Thore eat Plano Tho pins a my if marked As lie described a Jive shipped to Kentucky Granito cemetery work Iron forces curbing a. intending to Purchas monumental work for Spring delivery will find it to their advantage to examine m. V. Kidder s Granite work in cemeteries air he is doing first class work at As Low prices As can no procured in Tho country. If he has not called upon you drop him a card at Decorah and he will pleased to visit you with designs and samples of All kinds of Granite at to lowest possible prices. , 3,4m6 Decorah Iowa. Postville Dray line h. J. Schultz having purchased Tho City Dray Lino of w. F. Warner is prepared to prompt y answer All Calls Foi heavy or Light i filing. Good teams and careful and experienced Drivers always employed prompt attention will always to Given in moving furniture Aud hauling lumber Wood Hay Sand Etc. Your patronage respectfully solicited charges always reasonable. It 3 Harston. Wood and Iron pumps pipe and fittingsjbug1 Gies farm machinery Etc. Postville to. Painters. Plain and ornamental Home painting Kukri mining paper imaging and decorating done in the latest Stylo. Job so a decorating a he orders from the country and surround no towns will receive prompt attention. Meat Market Hughes & Havirland Havo again opened the Boucher meat Market. They will Iep All Kinos of smoked and drivel meats fish and the Best fresh meats Tho country of lords. By fair dealing Thoy will Endeavor to satisfy Tho pub come and Sec. Fez. & John. Or commission to men and women to act As local or travelling agents. No experience acc Cucu. Steady work Jamks e. Wui Nev nurse Ryniak Rock Sukk n. Y mention this paper 81m4 . Easton dealer in a nature one vote Temh Pollit May Dot rat us tie United slate in Kew . Tim cd we i Curry pm die am agriculturist Eulf. Or Germany r 1$. A of refit Fult of new West Era writer will specially Klupt Muring american Agit Cluj Rij Ilist to Western Uuk it to i re Chat a Jil Loiis am improvements to us Liyi Ity is fur fury Ilov years past in til matters pertaining to agriculture Etc., Etc. The juvenile iiea11t1i Ami household Hpak Jim Cath pc been enlarged and hum Isug exposures Are to receive Nult Luul Tulc Niimi 1000 original . Of fix original Lulaa Traylon of aul Mali plants now farm our household und appliances out dour scone Etc huqa1 1 a special feature every Cumber furn Stelni Nuttal original design Ami specifications for l uus a a barns and Outi comte Lulux Utility sind taste in their strut purr and fully Sioe plug us wants Piid desires of ovary clan of Karol Hume builder. Splendid engravings free Homes of our Farmer presidents a 1, notch Ortler _. that a majr irly t oar arc a la Crilo worn reared on of a not or Aureil from i Bullo life to Rural a Xuc. A Lair if Lowill in Curlin i. By 31 indie in a a of Oti to Puiul v i Tuu Loon left o. Met Chuili ital us incr Ciu Neril Liri am Rolao author. Tilimo Kara Sluga a portfolio collect you if you want a line Turo a photograph cop or View. I la do my Oest to please you and Frame your picture too. And in la rat class Stylo with thu rapid l Plato. L or a satisfactory Pio Turu you la not have Long to wait. Thanking you for past of favors. 1 invite you Ono and All if stopping in Post Vullo to give Tho gallery a Call. Eepoo fully. Hep of. Bjsk0yj undertaking Seoi . Hoard Farow doable terms. Std Marc fio american is now publishing and need la at an outlay of our , ship Klynt Vilius a or t fee Premium 1.1st, Ana Sau inc proof of of " Home of on partner tote tier Wotli description Ity James Parton. Poat masters raise Cluba. Address american Grecul Tutsi �&te1 w. ii�nl�., vol Troua Ivy x. Y. Str vim Liukuai is to Cartwr Namu. 23 62

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