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Postville Review (Newspaper) - July 16, 1887, Postville, Iowa
The Postville weekly review published every saturday by w. N. Burdock. Terms i$i.50 Ayari Advance. 5 local review. Special notice. All new advertisements or changes most to brought in by wednesday morning and Loesl notices of every name mid nature must be in by thursday evening but of Emo oils. You own -7--rl kind at Bayl a there is a Little More politics on the other Page than the state of the weather warrants and to May add More than there is liable to be for some time to come. We Are not often afflicted that Way when there is no Campaign on. A. P. Enison who has been clerking Tor Mott & Madam for some time has gone to take a Sam liar position at Clermont where be formerly resided. We Are sorry to Loso him but snob Are the inexorable Laws by Bioh the race is governed. Tho Waukon Democrat notes that the 4th of july was so still and quiet that the notes of a Canary Bird would Havo been a Relief to the Monotony. That is always the ease in a town without the necessary Enterprise to Oele Brato Thomas. Henry Luhman miss Addie Sanders and is Webster went to st Paul on wednesday to Gaur View the Boom and perhaps invest in valuable dirt there. Henry went to look after his former investments. We bops boy will a 1 make a Good he a a a fear. For the first time to received the Desmoines morning papers on Tho evening of the Day they were published on wednesday of this week and to hasten to give the mail slingers credit for efficiency in this matter. If to can depend on this continuing the pcs Monas papers ought to have a Boom in this h get on. Heretofore these dailies Havo been practically worthless Here on account of their Antiquity when received. While complimenting Bro. Medary on securing the Postoll co we should do our Friend Jas. Duffy tin Justice of stating that he got a Largo majority of the Volos at Tho Postof acc election and on that score was entitled to it. If to had been appointed he would have Mado a universally popular Lucor. In this Case and at Lansing it seems that Tho motto was no Irish need too Many of them voted for Blaino and Moro will next year. All Young people who wish to learn singing by note and Tho proper use of the voice can now Havo Tho Opportunity. Class meets every Friday evening at Tho m. E. Church at 8 o clock. Tuition including books 91.25 for torm of twelve lessons. The choral class will meet for practice every saturday evening at the m. K. Church at 8 o clock. Tho work will be advanced chorus singing from to Best authors and will to beneficial to any Singer. All who read music Are invited to attend. Owing to Tho multiplicity of cares last week to failed to mention several items of local interest among which was Tho visit to relatives and friends Here of mrs. Viola Enos of Cedar rapids and Tho departure of Otto Mikel son to accept a Good position in a clothing store at Winters Al. Iowa. There was a Little too much going on last week to get on to it All it will probably be a Long Timo before it will to necessary to Overlook or crowd out local matter of account of the Quantity of material. Whip Chapman in West Union Juno 29th, 1887, at the reside Noe of Tho Bride s Uncle or. G. T. Descent or. Geo. E. Whipp and miss Bloe a. Chapman Rev. J. F. Hinkhouse officiating. Or. Whipp is the gentlemanly Telegraph operator of the c. M. & st. P. By. At Clear Lake Iowa. He was formerly stationed at Postville his Bride is Well known to the people of West Union laying grown to womanhood in our Rains. May love s fond dream be realised Gazette. For the regatta of the Iowa state Amateur bowing association to be held at spirit Lake the Burlington Cedar rapids and Northern railway on july 32, 28, is 26 and 26, will sell round trip excursion tickets from each station to spirit Lako at extraordinary Low rates. Tlok ots will be Good to return until july 80. For time of trains and detailed information apply to any ticket agent or j. E. Hannegan Gen. To t. And pass. Agt., Cedar rapids Iowa. Another Ball game last saturday a matched game of Ball was played on the Postville Ball grounds Between the Castalia and to Kinley clubs result Long in a score of 19 to 16 in favor of the Moki Leys. It was a very Good game As the following score by innings kindly furnished by Paul Turner demonstrates innings 1 2 8 4 6 6 7 8 9 install 12 10 1117 2-16 me Kinley 0 2 0 4 18 0 4 6-19 earned inns to Kinley 8, ciwt�lia7. Bailing heavy time 9? game 8 4& errors numerous and costly. Of m it to casual by a Muf of frs at Cruc Momenta. We feel like extending our thanks not Only to business men but to our Farmer patrons for their continued patronage thus far notwithstanding the Omen Iii Outlook. Hard times arc staring us All in the fact and usually Tho printing business is the first to suffer. To Aro More than pleased with our business up to Date it being fully one third greater than for the corresponding period last year. But to Are aware that it will fall off rapidly now and for some time to have been trimming our sails for Tho storm. Our expenses Aie so Light thai if anybody can survive it we can. At the same time we must continue to have some patronage to exist. We Trust All who Are Able will staud by us Aud to in turn will do All we can for them. Lot us stand or fall together. Tho Phil Sherii lans of Postville have played Many Holly contested games with picked nines but have the Honor of being victorious in every of. This is a record to to proud of. Besides being Good Ball player gentle Manly Sot of boys Nover tossed a Ball in Tho rep. Special offer until sept. 15. The weekly to new subscribers three months for 25 cents. Tho special departments of the weekly Pioneer press Are the news the farm the the Young folks puzzles notes and queries and Temperance All ably sustained by the Best Odi Torwal Talenti besides Obeso Ivory number contains Choice new Short and Sorill stories editorials correspondence and miscellany. Try it for three Mouths. Subscribe of your news agent or your postmaster or of the Pioneer press co., st. Paul Minn. To sept. 15. To Kadi Mark Mso Arab a trea Phoud a a. A Well tried treatment to Conca Moi st Moio Utu on Tutu curium. Bit Srsa Niu uus Disi Utt Asie. Gnus Suauu Aii to a m saw u4 jut new mgl Malmd ulum mwn4kmma Tattu of. But. Cubus w. Cumin d. A ski Stirt. A of. Is. I 11x01, ult or us Wotman cumm m. A it. A. W. Moos1, Cal mar Una at i. C w. M. Okra euros Mir a to Cim him in pc Sci u. R. Tio Oais a a cum. A a my a. Uva Naos a in a a in Otto Jumis a. A. Too Jiin a a Ciu. A a. S.�. Snurr . A Ruxi. Sipp Tut Kimkui rum fun. Hoi. W. W. Scar us Semiw it. J is by s. To m. Not. Nor us. 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Special Low Proicou on to i Flat weight cloth info Cor Tsueko and Alpaca 3ouui and Yoshii Monti and Boya s Ullin Odd pants Ion cd. A Jig tools Hay Forks and carriers screen doors -ana.win-, Ohi Peus Arthenew furniture Jows be wig machines and in fact Alu oods handled m room of the hardware line. Job work done in the Host inane without delay. Milk cans a specially. Sole agents for the Glidden barbed wire Superior to any wire made. We also sel1 the Frentress bar Hod wire a. No. 1 wire which we sell at West prices. We have and will keen food troops and i sell them As Low As the lowest. And will a i Low no one to undersell us. Come and be us and go away convinced that we do i what we say. A full line of 1 first class implements. Buggies Wood and Iron pumps six years experience in the pump business. Repairing on Short notice. A f. Marston prop. T Why we have adopted this system. 1st. We can save our customers a Large per cent. 2nd. We can do our work with one less Man,-3sd. By paying Cash for our goods enables us to a Bottom figures so by Selling for Cash and doing of own work saving store rent we can Cut Helow any compete tors. Railroad time table on Sod st or sunday j1100 ctr 1887, trains on c. M. & st. P. By. Leavo Postville As follows. Uovino West. Passengers. No. 1 nfght.12.24 a. M no. 3.10 1u a. In freights. Way freight. Ltd a. A local "7 15 a. To Lime a .9 00p. M Zoino ka8t. Pith sengers. No. 2.5 20 p. A no. 4 Elj Fol. 60 a. M freights. Way freight.,.3 10 . Milf. Chio. Stock.6 16 p. To. Dub. & Clito. .slock.12 10 a. M d. N. Tornek at. The remedial Institute below we give a few Price slight Brown sugar 20 ids. 16 of. Plug tobacco Standard prints Only indigo Blue Only Nashua a sheeting Only Beaver dam granulated sugar 16 lbs. Standard a Suar 17 lbs. Best yet smoking tobacco per la. Tho above Well known Retreat Lor in i kerosene Oil 160 test per Gal. Valldes is now open for Tho reception of n. Y mention this paper 31w . Easton Dealist in furniture seoialty., Unm Uyuk oath la urns 120632
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