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Postville Review (Newspaper) - May 7, 1887, Postville, Iowa To Post vim weekly review strawberries at John Thoma s. Published every saturday by a n. Burdick. Terms 1.50 a year in Advance. Local review. To Day s markets. Wheat 00 Rye 40 Barley 40 to 45 Oats j3 to6 Corn now 35 Timothy seed. J.68 flax seed 90 Pood Dairy Kultur. 20 Uvo hogs 6 00 potatoes 75 a Jan 9 Clover seed. 3.86. Car loud of land plaster just received at Perry s. The Ite Cream season has opened. Try a dish of Miller s Good Honey and Fine syrup cheap at 7w2 John Thoma s. The rink building Fine store room. Will soon to a special notice. A now advertisement or changes Ennst be brought in by wednesday morning and local notices of every name and nature must be in by thursday evening. His bark is a great Deal funnier than Bis bite. But curtail this Eulogy else he May shoot his canine Cannou at us. Mrs. Betti and mrs. Pauo of Chicago passed through Postville on wednesday to Ciu Talia to attend the femoral of or. Conoll on thursday. We do not know How Long they intend to remain. Hope Alliey will at least visit in Postville before returning. Carl Holter should be added to the list of movers this week. He occupies the Riper residence vacated by mrs. Mikelson. This very nearly completes the list of Spring movers so far As we know except Jas. Suehy when his new House is completed. Dentistry. Or. L. V. Kellogg d. D. S., of Waukon will boat Tho commercial House in Postville on tuesday wednesday and thursday of next week May 10th. Uth and 12th. For Tho practice of dentistry. Rev. G. Smith formerly of do Corah but of late years of st. Paul and Well known in Postville having lectured hero Somo years ago had a Call to fill the Brooklyn pulpit Bench or s Church a week ago last sunday and he responded to the Call. There Aro very few ministers in the country that can Como any nearer filling Bencher s place in Tho pulpit than or. Smith. And he in about As Liberal in his views As Bencher was too although a methodist we have expected for a Long Timo that he would to excommunicated from that Church is to is even More Liberal than or. Thomas. Every Man should own his Homo if to can. Tho philosophy which tells a. Man to Drift on Over Tho Ocean of this Uncertain life without a Homo of his own is wrong. The Man who does not own his Home is like a ship out on Tho oper. Sea at Tho hazards of Tho storm. The Man who owns his Home is like a ship that has arrived in port and is moored in a Safo Harbor. Ono Man should no More he Content to live in another Man s House if to ran build one of his own than Ono Bird should annually take the risk of hatching in another Bird s nest and for my parti would rather be Able to own a cottage than to hire a Palace. I often see men eager to Alvet an insurance upon their lives Nna this is Well it is right. But the Man who owns his Homo has effect cd an insurance upon his happiness and the happiness of his family which is As much of him if his mind be right As his own and constitutes his own. I Havo seen the Homes of the people in foreign lauds 1 have heard them talk of their condition and lot in life and this is Tho main theme of though with Mankind everywhere. As i listened to them 1 discovered Why it is that Tho Switzer in his hut in the Alps where the limit of vegetation is reached and the Winter storm howls and rage8 around him is happier than Tho italian tenant on the Beautiful Plains of Lom Bardy amid the Bloom and fragrance of pern canal summer. It is the consciousness of the ownership of a Homo which no matter How the storm rages nobody can take from him and which to can Mako Happy in spite of Tho storm. I would say to every Man buy a Homo if you can and own it. If a Windfall has Como to you buy a Home with it. If you have Laid up enough by toil buy a Home. If you have made Money in stocks buy a Home. Do to tact anybody tempt you to put All your winnings Back into Tho Pool. Put the rest Back if you will. Gamble on it if you must but buy the Home first. Buy it and sell it not. Then the roses that Bloom Thoro Are yours. The jct Sumino and the Cle Matis that climb upon the porch Belo no to y in. You Havo planted them and seen them. Grow. When you Are a1 work upon Thom you Aro working for yourselves and not for others. If children be there then there Aro Flowers within the House Aud without. Buy a . I now contains a very Nice line of Spring dress goods. Worsted in Spring shades 121-2 Diagonal worsted 20 42 in. Finest All Wool Sebastopol Only  1.00 summer dress patterns at 2.25 and upward Are going fast. Call Early. Striped velveteen Worth 75 cents Only 40 cts 36 Inch Cashmere in Spring shades Only 30 " the Best line of Cassimeris for men s and boys Wear that has Ever been shown in Postville at the Low Price of 6 to 1.36. Good prints 3 and 4 cents full Standard prints 5 cents newest novelties in prints Only 6 Cen Gingham at 5 cents full standards at 7 cents. Heritable cloth per yd., 25 cts. All Linen towering per yd., .05 " a Complete Stock of Straw hats from 5c to $1.25. Felt slats 35 cts. Rubber Coats and All slow Selling goods will to sold at Cost until All closed out when the rest will follow suit. A Little clothing left which will be closed out at Cost and below. Men s Blue mixed Hose. Laces and notions generally very cheap. 1 la. Soap 3 bars pure Oil soap Only 16 lbs. Granulated sugar dried fruits for less than wholesale prices. I will not be undersold and it makes no difference what the prices maybe Only that i will not give Abate and make up on something else and my help would not do so if the orders were Given. I am bound to do business even if there is not a cent of profit in it. Call and examine my goods and get my prices. A a the. Pai aage Stokr. The absorbing question is "what2shalx. We Wear it is. Easily settled by going in the Postville Clothil a hid examine their immense Stock of Spring and summer suits Bobby pouts Beautiful neckwear Fine far fishing goods late styles in soft and stiff hats also a comparison of our prices for the same Quality of goods with those of any other store special it will pay the mothers to bring the Little boys to us As our assortment in suits and fancy hats is the largest and prices the lowest. Miss Wheeler s class will give a select song recital at Tho methodist Church this of Onig. Only those holding invitations Aro expected to attend but three Hundred of these have been circulated. Paints and oils. To always keep n full Stock of White Lead us mixed paint and this Spring to Are especially Well supplied with All kinds and colors. Callow id see us. Bat less Douglass & co. A Tusio. Miss Gur Rio Bebart will to in Post-�u1� ten Raduy Itlay and saturday of each week to give Minsio it tuna site is a Pupu of Trio Dubuque Roade vhf of mud to Aud is a conv Peront Aud experienced teacher. Room at or. Amiotte. Ͽ�5m Calm a has four millinery stoves Lite must be a Burden to the poor wayfaring Man who attempts to eat butter on his bread As a result of his toil with so Many loves of bonnets to moot the longing gaze of the female passer the Timo table the it goes into effect next sunday see correction makes a Chango of 21 minutes earlier on the morning train going West 10 19 and 5 minutes later on Tho afternoon going Oast. 5 20. Horn for the night trains will run both ways Ivory night in the week. Including saturday Aud sunday nights. Some of the Small boys in town Aro getting too smart in their own estimation and Aro planting seed that will be Likely to Bear in Tho look to or Reform school. Fun is All right but there is Bush a thing As carrying it too far. Besides these boys ought to boat Home nights after dark. Wall paper. As usual we Aro Headquarters for Wall paper ceiling decorations Etc. All the latest patterns from the cheapest to Best grades kept in Stock. Don t buy a Roll of Wall Paspor until you Haye examined our samples and prices hapless Douglass & co. A. E. Hannigan general ticket and passenger agent of the Burlington Road sends us a very neat and attractive Little folder setting Forth the advantages of spit it Lake As a summer resort. The season there will be formally opened june 1st and Tho Burlington Road As usual will put on excursion trains at Low rates. Their Orleans hotel will be kept up to Grade by the old caterer j. W. Hutchinson and no pains Wilt to spared to Mako spirit Lake the summer resort of Tho Northwest every one who can afford it should spend at least a week at Tho Lake. Blarr Iod. Waters Marston at Tho Home of Bride near Postville Iowa May 3rd, 1887, by Rev. T. Mckim or. William Waters and miss Delia Marston. Only relatives Woro present. These Young people Aro Well and favourably known to All in this Community. In orgy and Good Boath constitute Tho Best capital for such an Euter prison. Both Hayo those and we expect them to succeed. Many friends will rejoice with Thum and wish them Long life. T. Mckim. Having secured the Postof Lico at West Union judge Mcclintook has retired from the Union and h. B. Black Mun and Ii. Moch took Aro now at Tho Holm. Tho judge is one of the Best men personally we Over knew although nobody would suspect it by Reading his political editorials. His pen was Al ways dipped in Gall when writing poetical lenders but to never thought half As bad As lie wrote. Thero Are few hotter Mon anywhere than we. Mcclintock. .05 cts. .03 cts. 10 cts. $1.00. A our merchants Are not making their usual Spring advertising Boom and to fear that in consequence Somo Trade will be diverted to neighbouring towns. In these Days of close Competition Raer Ohnsta must keep their eyes open and blow their horns loud in order to Natch on and hold on. Tour outside work is nearly done and be realtor to shall give nearly All our time to office duties. Bring in Tho Job work and the spare Dollar and hot los on subsoil a Lon and to will nerve you with neatness and despatch. We Are Here or that purpose. Bert Tuttle is Tho newsboy and will order for you any publication you May desire for a single month or As Long As you wish. No daily papers kept. No connection with the review this is a separate Industry belonging exclusively to Bert. Tito Book and stationery business still belongs to the review. Or. N. Cornell residing West of Castalia and Ono of the oldest settlers of blood Leld township died of paralysis on tuesday morning last after a protracted illness. To was about 85 years old and was universally Rosnett de Aud a stormed by All who know him. He was a brother of mrs. Lottys. Tho Jaye Bur deepest gym Tuy to Are again compelled to ask those having books belonging to Tho list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Postoff co at Post lilo Iowa april u0, 1887 or. Geo. Boyd miss Carolina Gilbort son or. S a Hewlings miss Maud Heath or. Karl Horskin miss Mary o Halverson we Marble or. Asa Mech h l Parsons or. Carl Rei Poko or. Crist Walfson or. David Young. Persons calling for any of the Aboye Polaso say n. J. Beedy postmaster the boys composing Tho old Phil. Sheridan base Ball club had a kind of reunion last sunday and decided to do nothing looking to reorganization at present As two of the Mcgaheran boys Are attending school at Deo Orali. After the term closes in june they May get together and int Orost any ambitious clubs there May to in the neighbourhood. Pasturage to let r new Library to return them at once. La be Good pasturage on reasonable people Aro in almost Emory Day calling for a few horses for their Book an4 it s not hero. Weft West Willoh cows from especially Watt he life of Daniel Webi-.�.-5�. .�a�, w.,��, pasture Btu a and the poems a a of Jean Niilow and in fact All took a of Bis of by to Cir. M those who Tow in mfg Riff i m the Ca Raar Clarion says that As soon As the eating House at Mcgregor is completed thu morning train from Tho Oast will take breakfast Thero and the time will to Oha Ngod two hours earlier if this proves Truo it will Boa Good change for it will givers our Eastorn mall that much earlier and will give Moro time Between trains to parties going up the Road. Or. Joinis b to any Chute. Tho scat of mrs. Jones s one Large easy chair gradually gave out till at inst even the fat Cushion she had made to hide the worn place failed to fulfil its Mission and or. Jones arose Fyrnn it Ono night with the remark Bluit chair must be set aside till he could spare Money to pay a Man to reseat but mrs. Jones Rose to the emergency and instead of putting the chair away to set for an inc Lnita length of time in dilapidated disuse she took off the Cushion and Cut the old Cane seat entirely out. Then she took a piece of sacking Stout Roar so hemp cloth und Cut out of it a piece a Little More than an Inch larger than the seat go us to iks Ablo to turn it in All around to make it stouter to hold the tacks which were driven through it into Tho Fornino of Tho Cut at a Dis Tanco of about one and a half inches apart a Hole was Nigado for each tack with a straight Stout awl by which method they were successfully driven. Mrs. Jones know by experience that to Havo undertaken to drive Tho tacks into Tho hard Wood of which the Fri in of the seat was made without first making holes would have resulted in a Complete failure. At night before seating himself in Tho renovated chair which was his favorite resting place or. Jonea can piously raised Tho Cushion to boo if it Wero Safe to Trust his Ono Hundred and fifty avoirdupois therein. Sooing thu new Cut he smiled a Little contemptuously remarking last about two then he sat Down upon it and did not fall through. Mrs. Jones did not mind the deprecatory remark she knew Tho gout would last and it did last More than a year a a. C. Ii. Rittir in Good housekeeping. Where they live. Since moving Dixy our citizens have Mado so Many Chagos that a direct tory of present locutions seems proper. We. Molt in Tho Gorhau House vacated by s. Tuff. Andrew Thompson in Tho Chriss House vacated by or. Mott. Savron Stiles in the mis. Harry Mott House Vao Atod by or. Thompson Henry Luhman in Tho mrs. Clough Houyao. John Sanders in his House Vixo add by or. Luhman. John Burhans in mrs. Coyle s House a Noatch by Hor and John Sanders. D. N. Turner in his own new res Denoo Noar the methodist Church. This week has been a Busy Ono to All these families but they Are Gottung settled now and will soon be at Home to their neighbors and friends. Last sunday was Ono of the most Peculiar Days of this vory pc Souliar season. Tho Roor onry climbed up to 90 in the Shade Early in the Day and Hung there until late in Tho afternoon although a brisk wind was blowing nil Day. J ust at evening it Bogan to Throat in rain and the Clouds had rather an of eurus look causing a feeling of uneasiness to Poyado some of Tho Moro timid people. Although the Church Bells Wero rung it was decided to hold no services the people being bettor sat Psi cd to remain at Home convenient to cellars. No rain fell except a slight Sprinkle but Tho wind was High All night and Tho following Day. Monday Tho weather was Many degrees colder occasioned doubtless by the heavy bail storms farther North. It is a curious Spring. clothing House Post Effige Tow a. Hall of torts president. W. Roberts Cash. Does a general banking business. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. Lett & orb. To carry All kinds of heavy and shelf hardware cutlery stoves tinware farming tools Hay Forks and carriers screen doors a and windows sewing machines and in fact All goods 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 Superior to any wire made. A 7r? a Heneluk fee Rikess. Barbed wifi a. So. I wire which we sell at West prices. We have and will keen Eood p oods and sell them As Low As the lowest Low no one to undersell us. And will come andreus and go away convinced that we do what we say. 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. Why we have adopted Elliis 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 do intr our own work saving store rent we can Cut below any compete items. Cd. To k. A let to Tot who Hall tivaneo4 to words of four letters qua told that Plum spoiling words like Good a Wall Sood he a a a a not to say a of pro a but pal Deal air in furn it u it i to l still Ftp arse

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