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Postville Review (Newspaper) - July 14, 1875, Postville, Iowa Published every wednesday morning office in the hew Brick Slock Birk door up Stalia. Job printing in All ii Brano Hafl Neitli and Phommy executed on reasonable terms. Ivall order for Job work or mint Liy mall will receive m prompt attention As if Jar sea called in person. You Church directory. Method it. Ito. J. A Paine Nator preaching eve cry sigh Holli moral not it Linof Pnat ten 3iibbnlh or Viool Wininie Dontely after moral air no Vlco. Prayer meeting we now. A Turk a. P. Abbott. Jint Tor a. 11. It arcs. Corporation Atin urn. 3. A Lecky. Collector-1. T. Smelt Iraq. Jui Iott of the l East a. 11. Coo f3. To luring to. Stiles. C on Tabut to. H. Symma ii. P. Dauca lodges. No. 206, j. 0. 0. F. Meet Severy monday evening in their now Hall , Sec. J. Mcadam n. G. Brotherly love no. 204, a f. And a. M., meet it their new Hall Corner of Lawler and Green streets on tuesday evening on or before the full Moon in each month. Members of the Craft in Good standing Are invited to visit us. S. S. Powers w. J. Per by Sec y officers of the Northern Iowa Industrial association. Fair grounds at Postville. President Hon Samuel Murdock of Garnavillo. Vice president Christian lower of Frankville. Soe rotary a. E. Co Lott of Bismarck. Treasurer Jacob Loui Postville. Board of directors Clayton county n. W. Williver Mcgregor Fred Glioma Postville. Fayette county Phillip Dowbor Klein a. Ii. Loomis Clermont. Alla Makee county James Orr e. N. Clark Postville. Winneshiek county a. F. Smith Castalia John Wobst or Frankville. The next fair to to held at Postville sept 14, 15,10, and 1", 1875. Try Keller s now Coffee just once. It is not Neor to wet As it once was. It is plenty warm enough for Comfort. Postville has been full of teams and wheat this Wook. This has been a Good week for haying and the time has been Well improved. Frank p. Blair jr., died at his Homo in St. Louis last week. Harvest is close at hand with the Prospect of a Bountiful yield to the Husbandman. To noticed Hon win. Larrabee and s. Leach of Clermont at the depot yesterday. Instead of a tapping Down and out he stepped up and into a salary of $100, 000. Poor Beecher next Sabbath evening Tho regular monthly concert will to held at Tho m. E. Church. Bear it in mind. Tho morning freight train cast is again running for a minute. We can now get alone with Tho county seat at Lansing for a Fow Days our old Friend j. F. Webster esq., to popular landlord of the Avob Stor House Cresco dropped in to see us a moment this morning. Old spinner ignored All the a monitory lessons of the Beecher trial and kissed every girl in Tho Treasury depart ment Whon he loft. Hove you any old books magazines or newspapers that Yon want bound in neat and convenient style if to bring them to this office. What might have been a serious run away on sunday was providentially born of its serious re Sultz by Tho team kicking Loose from Tho vehicle and going it alone. We Are under further obligations to neighbor Harmon for the Uso of a harsh to assist us in our Granger pursuits. We have got these favors All treasured up. Willis Drummond late commissioner of the general land office has recently entered about 25 acres of government land in the City of Chicago if it St oks it is a tolerably soft thing. It Don t pay to advertise. That is what the circus managers Tho to and they loft hero with less Money than they had when Thoy Cumo when they might just As Well have carried away $500. Sorry we Are under obligations to the com Mitt co of Tho Baptist Raspberry festival for a complimentary invitation extended to ourself and lady to attend their Festi vol next Friday evening july 16th Winneshiek county will put in Iron Brid to of 50 Foet Span Norcoss Tho turbid dry run two in number besides Sevont others in Tho county at Large investing about ten thousand dollars As the result of Tho late floods what Are we going to do for news there is no Beother trial now and they won t prosecute Moulton although to pleads for a Little tilt with Bee her on the libel . It s positively too bad Friend Glat smrt Brooks into Bis for sign correspondence this week and gives us a chatty letter from his present and our former Homo. Next week he resumes sketches of his travels in foreign lands a Small portion of which As yet Hayo icon published. Friend j. E. Corlett has sent us those diminutive hogs and they Are beauties too not yet five weeks old but they Are almost Largo enough to kill 1 if he going at whole Bizilo prices at the red front. For prevention of cruelty to horses get Zino and sole leather Collar pads at the 16tf mod front. Ice Cronin. B. Wells will Havo n Choice Qifu Lity of ice Cream on hand Evory afternoon and ovo Ning during the warm weather. Lotf. Last mrs. C. W. Douglas lost Between her Ros Denoo and the depot n Black Capo trimmed with Blok fringe. Tho finder will please leave it at this office or at her residence in Portville. Alf Hunt Tho dentist of Mcgregor will to in Postville Trio last week in each month beginning july 20. All wishing first class work will Servo their Best interests by calling on him. I ctr to Aro informed by or. Houghton that or. Vanauken s daughter Whoso was badly fraktur of some three week Bince is rapidly recovering with the Prospect of having a perfect limb. Poet Lluc racer we Are to have two Days rating on the Postville driving Park july 23d and 24th. Five Hundred dollars in Pursch Are offered for fast steppers and we presume there will be heaps of fun for turkmen a Largo attendance is expected. Removal. Ladies Bockwith & Stone have moved their millinery and dress making shop from the Stiles building to one opposite Roberts & Skelton s store where they Are hotter than Over prepared to accommodate the Publio with anything in the Lino of millinery or dress making. Give them a Call in their new rooms i in almost every locality to find people suffering from physical do feats which might be remedied by a simple skillful operation. Or. Boughton a permanent resident of Postville treats not Only a cute and chronic diseases but is Able to restore hair lip straighten club feet and perform All other operations whore the knife and other appliances Are used. Call and b4e him. There will be no Shargo for consultation. Foht Val. Tho ladies of the Baptist society will give a Raspberry and Ioe Cream festival at Douglass Hall on Friday overling of this week. All Tho delicacies of the sea son will be served up and a or sgd Good time is expected. It will Cost you Noth ing to get in but How it will Bou out get Ting out is left for you and the ladies to Settle. Tho proof cd will to applied to painting the Baptist Church a much needed improvement. Alt Are cordially invited to attend. A Fly nets nor blankets Flora 85 cents to $2 per pair at ked in ont a upholstering and Carriage trimming made a specially at the red front. Buggy cushions from $1,85 to #5, apiece at Tho red front. Plastering hair by the Pound Bushel or barrel at lowest Market Ratos at red front. Chestnut tanned and Oak tanned leather farm harnesses completo. Warranted for five years for 28 dollars por set at the Rod front. And dollars to loan on Good Security 12tw wanted. A Young Man desires a Looe for in year whore to can Board doing chores for Tho same and go to school. For particulars fall it the review office. 13tf. Great bargains in millinery goods. Closing out at real Cost. 13tf mrs. V. Sch hit. Sowing machine and piano for Sale at a bargain at mrs. Schmit. I3tf six different kinds of fish at Roberts & Skelton. Remember you can find a better assortment and lower prices at Roberts & Skelton s Ciobot within the next thirty Days at real Robt. Come and be Oon Vinod. 13tf mrs. V. Schmitz. For Sale a now Bouse 16 by 22 feet one and a half stories High recently built in the Wost part of town. For further particulars inquiry of e. Topliff or j. S. Mott Posty Illo Iowa. Lotf tailoring. If you want a Good suit of clothes Call on j. W. Corpe and leave your measure and of amino samples of the finest and most Fanshi Nablo cloths and Cassim cres Ever brought into this Market. Shop in Rathman s Block. A full Lino of Choice family groceries for Sale cheap As the cheapest at the store of Moir. A Large assortment of glassware Tho finest in town at Moir s grocery store. A if you w,,t i Good fitting shirt Call on a. W. Corr and leave your measure for a pattern. A Good fit and no Humbug. Largo and complot assortment of Plain and fancy stationery at the Post office Storo. Sugar Mourod hams shoulder dried both and Pieklo pork at a j. Beedy. You can still find those Oboile califor Nia peaches at n. J. Beedy s. Fruit jars and Jolly tumblers at 15tf Beedy a Prescott & Easton dealers in stoves tinware agricultural Irementa general hardware oils. Paints. Glass. Putty. Lime and Coal. Buckeye reaper Mower 13tf pres Lott & Easton. Milwaukee and St. Paul .11 it., to and m. Division. Change of time. On and after sunday May 9th, 1875, train will leave Postville on c. & St. Paul railway As follows going West from p08tv1l-e. No. 1, passenger 835n. No 7, accommodation___-___11 55a.m. No. 5, freight 7 15 . 4.15 p. In. No. Ii freight-.8 35 p. Kast from Postville. No. 2 3.27 . To. 10, accommodation______1 15 . Don t charge us More for them than we no. Tfreight-----2 35_ . Cuu Efern m a month will vote him a Gol d no 8. From tit. 7 15 . A 12, freight. 8 20 . All freight trains Curry passengers holding tickets to Points where the train usually stops. J. F. Wilson agent. Market re Points. Milwaukee. Wheat no. 1--" Ujj if bar by. Oats Corn 1,09 48 06 Postville. Wheat no. 14 91 " " 2____-._____ 82 " " 3______ 00 Oats 40 Corn .______.____, 45 Barley. 00 " ,4 00 sheep. 0 00 Kutier 12 a

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