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Postville Review (Newspaper) - July 28, 1875, Postville, Iowa
The Postville be vie w published every wednesday morning office in the now Brick Block the Loti door up stairs. Job printing in All he branches neatly and no airily executed on reasonable terms. Cart a order for Jot work or adverting or rent by mall will receive a prompt attention an if you Luis Lett culled la person. A lurch directory myth Oditt item. To. L. I ii inc pastor or i i v ? in Ith Mim Thiu at Bulf Pun ten. 3nblmih or Luoi after morning service Priiett meet Liitt Conli Ign it the . Al we to ten. I Leyeh Lair in the Rvin Litif Liro sub Bush 3cnool tit twelve every sub hath. County officers of Alla Makee co. Ujj Mardof Vuper vitors Murll ii Mim new Alwn Ilc Virv Iii Mimi ii Melni a Nikon Al Miniri Crock 11 win Koil i it Mellk 11. It. I 0 Irr. 11 l i Pul i Iii. Siilvy. Tuu Tvr a. Thi Mixcon. Do imly s. Ii. Tom apron. Clerk la. 0. Nylon. Deputy .1iih. Kroc Timoti. Hymn err a. W. I i in. Shin of Guu rim la cult. Vow a i if a. Lllan climb. maim try. Coroner of. A Moreno. " officers of Post town Saif. Tutun a. Mari a Junius Hull uni j. C. Dow. Al to a. V. Ai by a. Assessor to 11. Llano c. Cir tit Fiou is scr a. J. Vul cd. I Mirl in it. T. Since Limul. Jul Ivra of the . 11. Coots. Hurling. To. So Lac Anton text. 11. Syn Maii. 1. Danwin lodges. No. 2cg, r. 0. 0. F. Moot i every monday ovo Ning in their new Hall , see. J. Mcadam n. G. Brotherly love no. 204, a. F. And a. M., meet it their new Hull Corner of Lawler and Green streets on tuesday evening on or Liu Furu the full Moon in each month. Members of the Craft in Good standing no invited to visit us. S. S. Powers w. J. Penny Sec v officers of the Northern Iowa Indus trial association. Fair Oro Uwins at . Pros ident Hon sumo Murdock of Garnavillo. Vice president Christian Lou 0nion� 08 00 Iii 40 50 75 4 00 0 00 w Joe 23o �6-12 60 150 1 00 4.00 Mere mentions. Tho Brick work on the new hotel cars completion. Winn Choik held n county spelling match at decor us last saturday. Largo quantities of lumber go into the country daily from Post Iuo. A. S. Powers esq., is still in Tho cast but is expected Homo nest Wook. Or. Meyer is going on with Tho Brick work on my addition to Tho Brick Block. Stindt Loit bold is co., have withdrawn from Tho product Market for Tho present. Another new building has Gono up in Tho East part of town and still Thoro is room for a few More. To understand that Harvest help will generally command $3, per Day All Tho banners can afford to pay the Iowa press association will moot at Clear Lako this year aug. 30th. A Good place for a pleasant Timo. Dub Iquo is making enormous preparations for Trio Celo ration of Tho o con Nell Centennial which occurs aug. 0. Although Tho review was printed on Timo last week on account of sickness the mailing was unavoidably delayed. A. C. Bates has purchased the Deco Rah driving Park for 53,200, and will fit t up in first class Sli pc for speeding fast horses. A lad twelve year s old by Tho Namo of Henry Roe Niszli was drowned at Lansing last week while bathing in the Mississippi. Our thanks arc due to mrs. Parks and mrs Bradley of Monona for kindness and care in sickness. May they always have friends in need. I. Singer Tho inventor of the Singer sewing machine died in London last Friday. His Stato is valued at 25,000,000. Not being Able to attend the Lato races ourself. To despatched a special re Porter to whom to arc indebted for Tho report . The weather of Lato has Boon cooler with a disposition to rain occasionally Good what weather provided Tho Rains no withheld when Harvest common pcs. Rev. O. E. Baker preside it of Wilton collegiate Institute will preach at Tho Baptist Church next Sabbath morning and evening at Tho usual hours. Ivow bring on your Job work if you want something Nobby. Tho most of our now material has arrived and it is Tho latest and Best yet out Rev. O. A. Marshall delivered Tho address at Tho recent old set lers reunion in Howard county. To will vouch that it was a Good one. Tho crops Promise a Bountiful yield in this neighbourhood and still nobody advertises to Soli threshing machines to thresh it with. Farmers can never thresh this crop with a Hail we Scro glad to Soo e. J. Forrey in town again yesterday. Iio now Vontom Phi Tea travelling in Tho interests of a wholesale establishment. Several positions Havo been tendered him. Tho firm contemplating Tho erection of Tho Carriage and plow Futory Havo been written to to As Fortuin just what amount Thoy require and if it Falls within Tho possibilities it will to raised. There is a gooral and cordial invitation extended to All who fool an interest in Tho Library association to moot at their rooms in Powers office to Morrow ovo Ning thursday july 20th, at 1 4 p m., Sharp. Thoro was a change of Timo on the the railroads last week. To Corr acted the Timo tables but forgot to Call Atton Montion to Tho fact. Up train at 0 o clock a. Down train at 2 42 a Bur Lington trains to correspond. Or. J. S. Grown gives us his curd to Day. He is an old resident Well known both to orally and professionally in this i o nity and anything that or a comparative stranger would say would not add to hts already established reputation. We to Day insert the card of Tho National hotel of Waukon. P. F. & f. Somwaru proprietors. We have not yet tried their hospitality but Are in formed that the National is a Home to All who favor it with their patronage. The not pro eods of the Baptist ifs Iyul held in Douglass Hall last week amounted to $21,17i instead of $1q, As Auno Woood. Tho error was not in the typos this time but in our informant and vre Hoer fully make Tho correction a we Aro glad to learn that Tho brother of Tho writer V. Burdick of Lansing is improving in health which has of Lato been so much impaired that to was compelled to withdraw from the Law Linn of Kinnion & Burdick. If anybody knows Why we do not get the Chickasaw co. Times and Crisco in Exchange will Thoy Havo Tho kindness to report to can get along without them if necessary but it s hard quarterly meeting next saturday and sunday at the methodist Church. Saturday service commences at 2 o clock p. Presiding elder Cobb will Havo Chargo of Tho services on saturday and Rev. E. L. Miller of Decorah on sunday. Our correspondent p. N. Glat smrt wont Over to Wisconsin on wednesday last to fill a Short Conga moment As civil Engin Cor on a narrow Gango Railroad. If his correspond Enco is broken in upon at All it will to Only for Throo or four n Cocks. If any of our readers Noti Eod that there was not much editorial or local matter in inst week s paper to will explain that our business was largely interrupted by Tho arrival at our House of a ton Pound Hoy. Such accidents will Hap pen occasionally we have received a copy of Tho Premium list of the Alla Mikco county Agri cultural society published at Tho Standard office is Well As Tho Howard county list printed at Tho Cieslo Puii Deuhr office both very neat and creditable jobs. Prof. Donaldson and or. Grimwood who went up in a balloon from Barnutiu s. Show in Chicago two weeks ago have never Boon seen or Hoard of since and no Hopes Aro now entertained that they will Ever Boscon again alive. It has Ere a cd a great Bonsa Tion in Chicago business is not particularly brisk just now and material for locals is rather scarce. All Tho papers we got now like our own no dry us a Chip. After liar Vest will soon to hero however and this period is looked Forward to As Tho Busi nebs and financial Mill Niue. Local and other matters. Our Friend r. O. Thayer who 1ms Tho contract for carrying the mail from Frankville to Decorah three times a week informs us that Tho route has changed ends and now runs from Decorah to Frankville and return on mondays wednesdays and fridays making the trip after Tho arrival of Tho Eastern train on those Days. Persons desiring to travel Oyer Tho Road or having errands to do can rest assured that or. Thayer will no Commodaro them in a Royal manner. Wanted. A Young Man desires a place for a year where he can Board doing Chorea for Tho same and go to school. For particulars Call at the review office. 13tf. A Little son of St Phon Allen nine years of age residing 7 Miles North of Postville fell and fractured both Bones of his right Arm and dislocated his wrist. Or. Green was called and set and dressed Tho limb and Tho Little fellow did not overt a Roan. To was in town to Day As Happy As a Clam. That boy Hab got grit enough to got through Tho world. Tho actual population of Europe is in round numbers 05,000,000 protestants 74,000,090 greek Church romans 138,000,000. Fly nets and blankets from 85 cents to 2 per pair at red front upholstering and Carriage trimming male a specially it Tho Rod front buggy cushions from 51,85 to $0, apiece lit Tho red front. Plab Turing hair by Tho Pound Bushel or barrel at lowest Market rates at red front. Chestnut tanned and Oak tanned leather farm harnesses Complete War ranted for five years for 28 dolls re per set at Tho red front. For Provon Tion of enmity to Lorees get Zinc and sole leather Collar pads at Tho Lgth Rod front. Groat bargains in millinery goods. Closing out at real Cost. 13tf mrs. V. Sci Mir. Sewing Machino and piano for Sale at a bargain at mrs. Schmit. 13tf a Job lot of team and buggy w going at wholesale prices at Tho Rod front. Alf Hunt. The dentist of Mcgregor will visit Ros Villo every two months. Grand clotting outs la. Mrs. V. Schmitz. Has a Large new and Well selected Stock of millinery goods such As ladies hats bonnets veils ribbons Flowers Silks velvets and millinery notions which she is bound to close within Tho next thirty Days it real Cost. Como and to convinced. 13tf mrs. V. Sciijiit2. For Sale a now House 1g by 22 feet one and a half stories High recently built in Tho West part of town. For further particulars inquire of e. Topliff or j. S. Mott Postville Iowa. Lotf remember you can find a better assortment and lower prices at Roberts a Skelton s Dian at any other store in Northern Iowa. . If you want a Good suit of clothes Call on j. W. Coupe and leave your measure and examine samples of the finest and most fashionable cloths and Cassim cres Ever brought into this Market. Shop in Rathman s Block. It Criniti. 11. Wells will have a Choice Quality of Ico Cream on hand every afternoon and evening during Tho warm weather. I gtd. Jolt anti ring. To Havo commo Nood to put in a Quan Tity of now material for doing All grades of Job work in a neat and expeditious manner and when it is All received we shall be Able to do All work usually Dono in country offices n8 Woll and As cheaply As any surrounding offices can do it. Among our additions Are a paper Cutter card Cutter Lead Cutter some of the latest styles of Job Type flourishes rules Sticks pc. Our stationery Stock will he full and Complete for Tho full business and we Hope to be nolo to work up Ongsod Job printing business. Give us a trial. Thoro Aro two or three Young men who arc prowling around Tho streets Ami houses pecking through keyholes and knocking Puoplo Down for Tho purpose of rifling their pockets. Avo know your mimes and shall give them to Tho Public and set Tho officers on your track unless you immediately top such transactions. Six different kinds of fish it Roberts & Skol tons. Nice dress goods nil shades 12v cents it Roberts & Skelton s. Grass cloths at Roberts dress linens it Roberts & Skelton s. & Skelton s. A hit goods for Drossos at Roberts Sec tons. Sam wow heaps of Thein at Roberts & skeletons. Straw Lints at your own Price at Roberts ii Skelton s. Ladies gaiters Only a let Roberts to skeletons. Ladies kid slippers 90 cent sat Roberts & skeletons. A full Lino of Choice family groceries for Sale cheap As Tho cheapest at Tho store of Moir. To sell Tho Buckeye reaper Mower and keep a Large Stock of Buckeye repairs. Sulky rakes and the double Harpoon horse Hay Fork. Call and boo them. 14 of Prescott & Easton. A Large assortment of Glus Swarc Tho finest in town at Moir s grocery store. Or. Ii. the great English 11ciiu ooctoui2ss is Parma Dontly Loo Atud of Corner of Reynolds and of ecu by rets opposite congregational Church. All her remedies Havo been skilfully prepared under her own Supor vision from Flowers lorries barks roots leaves seeds and herbs All of which Havo Boen selected with Groat Caro and judgment. Mrs. Mitchell treats All diseases by a method peculiarly her own. Sho has the gift and can toll the cause of diseases and Tho suffering. It should to borne in mind that she performs cures thought impossible. All Fonalo diseases and weakness treated with great Success. Mrs. Mitchell wishes to Call the Atten Tion of the Public to such us it lieu int min piles fits sore eyes dropsy and dyspepsia id the treatment of which she has no equal Lis Tho most obstinate cases., yield to her wonderful to modes. The fall cod will get an Jio nost opinion of their Case. Consultation on diseases free. Charges Low. Mas. U. Mitchiel. Those persons Wlsh ipg to to a Bona fido petrol Gist and one who has no equals in her profession of tolling the past present and future events of life can do so by calling on mrs. Ii. Mitchell. Soo sign on door. Opposite congregational Church Post Riiho Owa. 17jf if you want a Good fitting shirt Call on j. W. Coupe and Leavo your measure for a pattern. A Good fit and no Humbug. Largo and comp Lutu assortment of Plain and fancy stationery at Tho Post office store. Postville & Waukon daily stage line. J. Boswell prop. Stages leave Postville on the arrival of the Eastern train every morning arriving in Gnu inn for dinner and returning to Postville Tho same evening. Good Tennis easy coaches and careful prompt Drivers can to relied upon. Charges reasonable pumps pumps wind Mills and Frostproof turks und All kinds of Rop airings. Agent for Batavia wind Mill. Also pumps repaired. G. Mitchell. Sugar cured hams shoulders dried Beof and Pieklo pork it a j. Bendy. Yon can still find those Choice California peaches at . Beedy s. Fruit jars and Jelley tumblers at 15tf Beedy s. Or. Wutke Riih of the Glen 1ms resigned his connection with each and every surgical Intel ito in Tho West. Tho of a doctor s Ope Ienco As inspector general of u. S. Hospitals and Tho great school of practice in East India Root and Herb remedies is sufficient inducement for invalids to Call and consult this classical phys Olun fro of treats All difficult cases of organic chronic liver blood heart kidney lung Eye and Gar. Can euro Tho most difficult disease. Turn a deaf oar to Well advisers and to for yourself what the doctor has to say Freo of Chargo. Will visit Postville on the 7th and 8th of july 1875, and same dates every month during the summer. Invalids Call Early and note Tho Date of this article. Parlours at Tho merchants hotel. Consultations free. Examinations moderate. For Sale the House and lot belonging to Tho d. A sin thurst estate directly Cost of e. A Stevenson tic co s Brick store. For terms Price etc., inquire of i. T. Simeti Puhst. N4tf administrator. Postville driving Park. Tho track is boing put in Good condition. I Vaomu Fuoua driving nut allowed. Parties interested can procure season tickets at reasonable rates by applying to John Kathon Postville. Horses in training Enn to kept on Tho grounds As Good Shingle roof stables will soon to ready for use. 8tf e. Cor Lett Secretary. X farm for Sale at u Ilar gain. The farm belonging to Tho Lio Amiin hopi a consisting of 150 acres-90 acres under cultivation balance Good Timber adjoining Woll watered by a Good Spring and a running Creek. Dwelling House and Utah los. % Miles Northeast of Postville for information apply to 10tol3 Wells Eaton guardian. A. L. Pvt of Carpenter and Joiner Clermont Iowa. Will Lake Chi truck Fui Nuh us o a t incr us building Buonom. 8utl�rui Llou . Vsihi-1. Lumber a Iowa j. 8. Mott proprietor Postville keen a to Nevil assortment of nil Khuu of Pine Lui Mior Shin Glicr lath 1 Lekeu Kivo a Poult jul plug i sperm Auti Chicago Stabl Oore by uus
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