Postville Review in Postville, Iowa
18 Jun 1887

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18 Jun 1887

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Postville Review (Newspaper) - June 18, 1887, Postville, Iowa The Postville weekly review published every saturday w. N. Burdick. By terms$1.50 a year in Advance local review. To Day a Market. Wheat 70 Ryo 45 Barley 35 to 4 0 Oats 23 of 25 Corn now 35 Timothy seed 1.68 flax seed 90 Good Dairy butter 12 live a orb 4 25 potatoes 76 elks 9 Clover seed. 3.85. A social notice. A new advertisements or changes must to brought in by wednesday morning and local notions a f a a. Naino and nature must be in by thursday evening o insure insertion the current week. Hereafter Tho forms will closed Early Friday morning. New goods at the u. T. The weather is hot so Aro we. Ladies hats at Rutiman & Sanders. No 1 Michigan Salt $1.05, at 2w Hall Roberts & co. Now goods nearly yory Day at & Sanders Chriss & Eaton change their furniture announcement to Day. Charley Bayless and wife have teen visiting in Elkader this week. A. A. Mcdanold who has been very sick his life being almost despaired of is much better. Mrs. Abbott is also gaining rapidly. Children Sthals at l. & s. Hats hats at the u. T. Clothe the boys at the u. T. Fancy summer shawls at a. & s. New Stylo collars for ladies Ai Luisman & Sanders next tuesday will be the longest Day of the year. A. S. Powers a in. Ticketed for st Paul on wednesday. Pickled Hock and pickled Tongue at w John Thoma s. Have your Money and come to the Celebration nil spend it. The Tali occurs two nooks from next monday whether it Rains or not. Ice Cream. Soda water lemonade linger ale Etc., at John Thoma s. Conrad Thoma has bold his farm i or. Bii.=. Lii to. Carifi ganders m. And look n k of. Shnir a . 1 f thanks to is. H. E. Babcock and the children for a pleasant Call for j l s3.ini. Twords for the review and for $ 1.60 for the continuance of Tho latter for another year. Everybody else is getting Blue and to Are gutting Over it. Salt has dropped to $1.05 and if we can Only Rustle around and get some potatoes we can live High whether it Rains or not. One of the worst features of Tho drouth is Tho failure of Trio water sup. Ply. But few Wells arc holding out the last few Days being too much for sumo of them that had not failed by lord. If people Don t Stop Wal Crug teams cows Etc., at Stafford s Well the or More tamils that depend on it for House use will be without water. It affords a plenty of water for House use but not for Stock. Geo. Cameron is always doing something smart. To has erected a Plu form at the rear Entrance of Roberts store by which heavy goods can be loaded or unloaded with lie greatest of c me. Wonderful Man that Cameron. Mrs. W at Jas. Ivor w. P a Rry i a Vith of i iting f. Iemon the milk Wagon is trips and distributing n milk. Making regular Good Quality of mrs. Mckim is attending to convention of tin w. Lansing. The coun. T. I"., at we have received the program for the commencement at it. Vernon which commences tin last of this week Ami concludes Tho first. Of next week when the Postville students of that institution will return Home la. 1. Shepherd is expected Home from Iowa City the last of next week. A Short lecture. Mayor Moe Wen has called our attention to the fact which we have mentioned before that Ninny Young people who attend Church and especially in Tho evening Are in Tho habit of disturb-1 ing the services by whispering and other i decorous actions. He is no less shocked than we arc by such want of veneration and decorum and asks us to condemn it in Tho severest terni9, which we live no hesitancy in doing. It is bad enough at a show a Politica meeting or other Public entertainment in fact inexcusable but in a Church it is simply ridiculous and we wonder try by one. Old or Young ifs any regard for the feelings of others if not for themselves should engage in what is so annoying to those who go to Church with reverential feelings and to hear the exercises and be benefited by them. It is not smart it gives no character except a bad character and is by far More demoralizing to the parties engaged in it than to any Ono else because it is a pernicious habit that like All other bad habits leads downward and nut upward. Perhaps the disturbance is hardly sufficient to Call for Legal action but it is sufficient to Call for Public condemnation. We to. Lievow it is done thoughtlessly without really intending to harm any one but it is none he. Less a Nui Saneo on that account and is noticed by All Well disposed people in the congregation and they As Well is the minister Are sorely annoyed by it. Don t do it any More. Don t do it for your own Sakes and for the Sake of your neighbors and friends. If you have no veneration for the sacredness of the place and the occasion have a Little veneration for others and for yourselves. To to gentle men worthy of respect you must treat others with respect. There is a plenty of time after the hour of service Aud be. Fore to talk with Lour friends without encroaching upon the hour of worship who knows if you would ivc close attention to the exercise but you might barn to enjoy them and acquire an interest in and a taste for them try the Experiment and you certainly will be none the worse for in and von will gain the respect of All by so doing. Be Gen Loman and ladies wherever you Are bit by All Means dub not violate the sin pest rules of decorum in Church. Liet your plows and machinery re Aud or done at slides tiled s. James Sheehy s House has been painted up in Good shape Aud is a credit to the West Side. Brick tile constantly on drayman. hand and Sand kept by Schultz the Toul Al mrs. J. Perry of Oconomowoc wis., is Here on a visit with old friends. Or. Tern s health w Good now. A neat card received at this office forms us that at Emmett Burg. Iowa last monday Arthur e. Stiles Aud let tie m. Lake were United in the holy Bonds of Mattini Ouy. The review congratulates them and Hopes the Forward journey will continue As Bright As the june Day on which their Destin is were United. Then is no Lumli but the methodist Church will be crowded to Morrow saturday evening to witness the second annual commencement exercises of our Public school. Mabel Prescott Mii Hitta Man ally Farnsworth Warner Hiram o. Green and James Hanks compose the. Graduating class. 500 programs have been printed. Ice ice ice a Large Quantity of ice on hand and for Sale cheap. Apply at the Brick line store. C. D. . If Yuri want the beat of anything i the a nil machinery line Call on jambs in univ of Postville Iowa. The Waukon Iron mines which were to have been leased Anil worked Are again at a stand still occasioned by the refusal of some of the parties owning Tho land to lease it on terms agreeable to the parties desiring to lease it. Granting that there is Iron there in paying quantities to cannot Sec How it can to worked without Roro direct Railroad facilities. J. M. Pixler went out to o Brien Chi into on wednesday to visit a sick daughter and bring her Home if she. Is Able to Abbott had new potatoes of his own raising last monday Zunft 13th. Rather Early for this latitude without their of a hot bed or rain. A we did t get our usual Sprinkle last saturday but we got it sunday and monday evenings almost As much is n in in on y that and nothing More. It seems that sheriff Leithold wrote a letter of resignation before leaving and the Board of supervisors has appointed Joseph Hub Corkern of new Ai Biu to fill the vacancy. He is a son in Law of a former sheriff m. Palmer. He is unknown at least in this Section of Tho county. We should have supposed that Tho Board won i have appointed some Well known and prominent Man under the circumstances. La in we have out Job work done up and Are now ready for another Boom in that direction. Rut we Hope it will not All come at. Once As it did last Wees. The c. M. & st. P. R. R. Will sell round trip excursion tickets for our full fare and one third on july 2nd, 3rd and 1th Good to return until july 5th. Dressmaking and hair work. To Are prepared to do or Osmak ing and hair work. First door Oast o commercial hotel. Respectfully Gould & Adair. It is refreshing to Tho country where they struck to read of copious Rains ill Tho Way from Dubuque to Waterloo but it Don t irrigate the a sention Worth a cent. No. 2, of the Little Mcgregor Ivory called the postal clerk comes to hand nearly filled with a tirade of a Buse of Tho re View for dating to intimate that Tho in. P. Service is in a bad condition. We have neither time nor Braco to devote to its silly vap Oring Anil Loyo stories. It Don t take a very intelligent Man Evon outside Tho enchanted orc to of Tho r. P. O. To know that Tho mails Are not delivered anything like As promptly is they used to to and All Tho round about slosh that May to indulged in amounts to nothing. Remember to make no partisan charge in this Maltor. It is simply Tho putting of inexperienced men into positions that require years of training to become Jiro Fie out in. If to feel like it to May puncture a few of the ludicrous positions taken by Tho postal clerk in our not Itsvo. Sheriff Loi Bokl abscond. As intimated last week Allam Koo county has finally had the experience that a few other counties of Tho state have passed through that of having a. Defaulting county officer. The news reached Here As Early As wednesday afternoon but up to thursday night when our forms were closed the panic ulars were not sufficiently Deli Nito to warrant a disclosure. Neither of the Waukon papers mentioned the matter at All even by intimation last week and hence we hoped there might be a Silver lining to the Cloud but by Friday night Tho particulars were sufficiently known to make it certain that the Sher ill had left for parts unknown and that he was a defaulter to the county and to private individuals to a Large a Muiir. No Row is Una known pfc our last advices the liability of Tho Bonds men was Only about ,600, or a Little less but whether the Lull amount in known or not we do not know. Tho Bondsmen Are All in Postville and Aro As follows j. S. Molt r. N. Douglass Conrad Thoma we. Thoma and de Sheehy. Or. C. Thoma lost some $900 on the failure of Tho firm of Leithold Bros and this second loss comes on him with a double Force. It is supposed that Tho sex sheriffs private debts by far exceed Tho deficit to Tho county. In fact his total shortage is estimated at from 8,000 to $10,000. It seems to has for some Tirao been borrowing Money of every Man and woman who would listen to his appeals and what to has done with it All no Ono knows Aud even conjecture is guarded. That it has not nil been used legitimately is evident because Tho salary of his office night to have maintained him even in o extravagant manner in which to d. 1 he fact that to was bankrupt Hen he was elected and owed heavily May account for it in a Masuro. Undoubtedly his creditors kept crowding him when he got into office and to a. Pease them he May have borrowed Money of voter to pay others hint at option speculations. Rut Howo Vor it May be it is bad enough and suffer cars by it have our sympathy. It is pos ibo that Tho Waukon papers this week May throw some further Light on Tho matter in which event we shall give it to our renders. Upper now a University. At Tho suggestion of Tho president of Tho school and by permission of the review we give the report of Tho visiting committee of which we acted As Secretary we the visiting committee have done the work assigned by the conference and Ore pleased to make a most favourable report of Tho examination of the classes. We cannot speak to High by of the interest manifested by both professors and students in the studies of Tho oar and the thorough mental discipline to which the latter have been subjected. Tho upper Iowa University is indeed entering upon a new Era in its history and we Boli Evo a More promising Ono than Over before. The moral tone of Fayette Tho absence of saloons the new boarding Hall already in Uso by lady students the one under construction for Young men and Tho High Grade of work Dono in the recitation room Are great inducements for parents to Send their children to this school. Site commend the University to nil who May wish thorough work at Small we might add a word concerning commencement what to saw and Hoard. First to started monday evening to hear Tho concert of vocal and inst. Mental music under prof. Ruggles but was prevented by a now duty being assigned us on Tho Way much to our regret. However we left the work Long enough to learn that Tho concert was a Success. Tuesday passed away very rapidly while to enjoyed the recitations also wednesday Forenoon. Five members of the committee divided the work among themselves. On tuesday evening Throe Young gentleman and two Young ladies entered the contest for the Sara Fawcett prize"-$-10.00 the orations were Good and did Honor to Tho contestants. Miss Minnie Reed of Waukon won the prize. Ono of i Ost Ville s boys John Staadt in a class of 30, secured second prize for botanical up cimons. His is a very Fine Ellec Tion. Wednesday evening Hon. J. P Dolliver delivered the annual address subject the Public virtue of politics to is Ono of Tho loading republicans of Tho state and Ono of the most eloquent yet denounced the Saloon in terms that would have done Honor to a fanatical prohibitionist. Thursday was commencement seven graduates finished their College course and Are now ready to learn something about life. At two o clock Thoro was an educational mass coating gov. Larrabee presiding. Tho governor spoke in highest terms of Tho University and pro Pho sled its ultimate Succes. He is a trus Tec and Liberal supporter of Tho school or. S. G Smith of st. Paul followed in a splendid Appeal for education showing that it is within the Roach of Tho Young Man or woman who is determined to have it. That an educated brain is of Oqual value to a Mechanic As to the professional Man. Tho writer served As conference visitor five years ago and is surprised at the advanced Steps taken in every Lino of work since then in this institution. Students Aro Given Good Board at Tho boarding Hall for $1.65 per week. Lioy Aro taught Hoto the lesson of Economy which is Ono of Tho greatest to learn. Caste is ignored. Religion is exalted and morality is constantly preached by u devoted faculty. S. T. Mckim two dollars fori you will find by comparing the following prices with others that you can save Money by buying your goods for Cash at the one Price store. I am a bound to reduce my Stock even if at a loss. Gall Early and examine my goods we Are anxious to show goods and give prices and have you see for yourself what we Are doing in the Way of Low prices All the Best Standard prints Only 4 1-2 cts. A Large Stock of lawns mulls Etc. Cheaper than Ever. Lawns at 2c. And upwards. 10 cent shirting for 8 cts. $4.00 kid shoes reduced to 3.10 a Good kid shoe 1.10 crockery and glassware at Cost. Sorghum Only 25c per Gal. Best vinegar in 5 gallon lots 20 c. Big gun soap 4 c. Old English 3c. Ivory and fairy soap 7c. True Blue soap 4c. Favorite soap 4c. Gondar Blue soap 3c. Lily White soap 6c. Magnetic soap 5 c. Electric soap 4c. Lily gloss starch 6c. Church s and Deland s Sale Ratus 6c." canned fruits at Cost. Cassimere reduced 25 percent. All the clothing left on hand will be sold below Cost. Light Coats 35c. Seersucker reduced from 15 to 10c. Straw hats at 5 c. Wool hate 25 c. All flannels Cotton or Wool Bel w Cost i sell the helpmate and Singer sewing machines and Are sure to please you upon examination if you want to save Money Call Early at the one Price store and get the Best bargains Ever offered in the a pm m do i of goob great inducements for june it will pay you Well to Call and examine the great bargains Wear now offering. Special Low Price on ii Flat. Weight 51othinq, seersucker and Alpaca Gonta and vests mens in boys suits Odd pants goats and wests hats gaps trunk and Alises. Post ills Glo Thiris House Postville Iowa. State. F a. 1\ Meyer Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. Hall Roberts will soon visit the old Homo of or. Roberts in new Hampshire. Some member of Tho family visit their Mother and other relatives there every year and this year it is Hall s turn. Hall Robrts president. A s. Roberts Cash. Postville Bank Postville Iowa. Docs is general banking business. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. Lane aug and Strawberry i out Are t talking up Coli bration As Well As Postville. It will be Tho proper caper to Torao to Postville and March with the Flag on that Day. To mrs. In. A. Eastern Ami mrs. Herm. Babcock Havo been Down from Garner this week on a visit. Their Many l Ostillo friends we Lorao Thorn Back even or a Brief season. John Parker has bought Tho Monona Barber shop and Good will and installed the mail who has recon try assisted Hora hero in charge. To Liopo both parties will Proe por. N a i a i i school closes to Day and now the Happy Uro Hiu treo from All care will roam the streets and Storo his mind with information that May some Day land him in Tho Penitentiary. Theehs votes wore both very lne by Desoi of Tod with Ilow evs and Birds it in nifty in Honor of children s Day the exercises were interesting and the congregations Large at both of Rohos. Tho a m. & st. Play. Will sell round trip excursion tickets for the Vijh Rufi Wytera Sanger mud meeting to to Heui at Freeport ills june 20th to Fily 1st, at one and one third fare. I Luis Fejta of Sale Juno 38th and 39th, Tom vim until july 6th. The now furniture House. Chriss & Eaton have opened up Thor now fun Laturo store putting in nearly Throe car loads of furniture carpets curtains pictures and All goods pertaining to the Trade. They now Bavo not Only the finest Storo building but the finest Stock of furn Taro and undertaking goods in this Section of the Stato and As All their Bills Ware discounted and All their freight at oar Load rates they can meet oven Chicago retail prices if necessary. Their Storo and Stook would be a credit oven to a City like Cedar rapids Aud Postville May Woll take vide in it. Suo Fastook should draw Trade for Miles when its Morita Are known and that will to a Dir oot Benefit to Postville no loss than to the proprietors. All such business enter Prises As this should be liberally Sua tabled and to Hope to Soe Tho boys build up a Trade that will to permanent and profitable. And this without at All Rollo Ottlig upon our other dealers in the Samo line of Trade. We want to see All business Mon Prosper because that is what make tile town at Lar a Prosper. Just now there Soma to to a surplus ago in this Lino of Trade but this will adjust Idolf to Tho surroundings in time la conclusion to say Don t fail to see the new furniture Storo when you come to two whether you want to buy any thing or not. It is As Good As a show to look Over this splendid Stook. The Hay drop is now past Rodolp Tion and Tho Only thing that retains is to Mako what preparation is possible to substitute Otylior food. And oven this aunt a Brooe Scully Dono unless we have rain soon As the substitutes Hun. Goriun grass Millet or Corn Novor will grow if sown without copious Rains. Many Farmers have Boon Compo Llod to turn Thor Oatt Lac into their Meadows As Tho pastures wore As Bare of verdure the Stroot. Othor oops Aro beginning to Wilt and Tho situation is becom ing More serious daily. The Sun comes Down from a olo Dloss so y with the Power and Hoat of a Furnace and the wonder is that any Green thing is left. Tho Mercury has Boon running from 90 to 88 Shade for a number of Days which Burns up Tho effect of Tho Light Dews in Short Ordor. While the situation is alarming to have Faith to Boli Evo that a Way will to opened for an out Omo that will not to altogether disastrous. But that Way must not to Long delayed now. Ito Ort Clarko by h. Campbell h. D. Hawkins Thos. Lyons by Sam Waters and e. S. Lambert Aro the subscribers entitled to Brodit on this week. Thanks. Noth i but rain would to Bottor appreciated at this time than paying subsoil both. If Sora of Tho kids who frequent this Olloe too much for our Good would not to Quito so previous in Tho composing room to would be just As Well satisfied. A word to the Webb is suf i Henry Luhman hold away to st. Panl and Minneapolis on tuesday night s train. If to gels Back Alivo Postville will to too Small to hold him. To Nev i Versaw so aggravated a Case of Boom fever. Cut k. This is Tho merchants knife trusty and True intended to Cut All High prices in two invented by us and kept in our Storo to insure lower prices than Over before when we Home on the Market our Stock is Complete we oar by no goods that Aro not Bright and neat. To outer Alono to to Best line of Trade and a orator or seen is a Ous Tomor made. Bui. We find that competitors join in Tho strife and we Stock up our store and Sharpen our knife and Boll off our goods while others get Blu for we make it a Rulo to Cut prices in two. Just mention our name if you Don t know our store u. T. K., the Square dealers they know us of Yoro. We will Mako it a Point to show you the knife that worries competitors out of their life Tho Dagger we always Koep pointed quite Sharp to out Ivory Artolo bearing a Mark. So Como to our store Groat bargains to see that will suit you in Price and save you a v a full line of first class implements buggies Wood and Iron pumps six years experience in the pump business. Repairing on Short notice. A. F. Marston prop. Firm. Adware. Leui & Orr. We carry All kinds of heavy and shelf hardware cutlery stoves tinware farming tools Hay Forks and carriers screen doors and we Dows sewing machines and in fact All broods handled in the hardware line. Job work done in the Best manner without delay. Milk cans a specially. Sole agents for the Glidden barbed wire 9 Superior to any wire made. We also sell the Frentress barbed Wir a. Ito. 1 wire which we sell at West prices. We have and will Keetz food foods and sell them As Low As the lowest and will a Low no one to undersell us. Come and be us and go away convinced that we do what we say. 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 get Bottom figures so by Selling for Cash and doing of own work saving store rent we can Cut below any competitors. Our new and elegant Stock of ii f n i f in t e Mac arrived and one glance at our store will convince every one that we have the largest & guest Stock of furniture and carpets Ever shown in this Vicinity. We kindly ask you All to come and tee what we have and give us a Chance to show you that we mean business a full line of coffins and undertaker s goods. Yours respectfully Cee is & Eaton props. I below we give a few prices slight Brown sugar 20 lbs 1.00 16 of. Plug tobacco 24c Standard prints Only 5c per cd Indio Blue only6c per cd Nashua a sheeting Only 7c be i Beaver dam 6c per cd granulated sugar 16 lbs. 1.00. Standard a Sua a 17 lbs. 1.00 Best yet " smoking tobacco per la i 4c kerosene Oil 150 test per Gal. .10c Good prints Only 4c. Tier a Lonsdale bleached 8c per cd big Bonanza. 5c per cd Barbouris Linen thread 200 yes per spool 7c come and see for Yot malt Sanders meat Market Iii Hob Isi again opon Eil Tho Boucher Muat Market. Thoy will Zeop All Kinos of smoked Ami dried Maata fish and Tjio Bent fresh Moats the you nary affords. By fair doa Linig they will Endeavor to satisfy Tho pub come Aud see. Khz. & Jouk. Bom my. Or comm. To men and women to Holub Lound or travelling agents. No experience needed. Steady work i Jamks eve Whitney nurseryman Rochester n. Y mention thu pamper shot . Easton dealer in furniture undertaking de of ref special to. Of Noftle to Hearse to Rauk 120692

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