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Local and Miscellaneous. KNOXTILLE, AU«T:ST13, 1874. Ji.-iie^mtaiiie F. I). Boyer. P. HuckieW. Ijitfls-di Set**,.. J. II. fi. Warren olmnbia... itock riei»-antvill«., Attica AViu-cIing (ink l\ O Marysville...... Join o*port Hamilton...... OttfV,,.,,.... .««, Jos. Limes. Starr, liner. D. I', athcart. John Poison. W. Vanausdal. J. It. lirobst. D.T. Durham. 8. It. Foster. Theo. West. A. Iteed. M. W. Hta W. H. Mi Th* ptri'mt nani'd our oyntM in thnr i t*b ttt! I'tcihti** nn.4 ar* ailh.trrii*d to tuiwripMint all tl)08C wIlO llUV'C foflUCriy l)i, flJ* rpmt' Wt t'tall pr'ffptbj fnd rrcetplt foiutjtti* b*rg fur nil amount* }»nd to our n^ntt and htQK to U r**A\nl"l of any failure. County tonwn lion. Tbe Republican Electors of Marion Couuty are requested to meet ID dele gate forivciition in the Court House at Knoxviile on halurilH) Aufust 15th, IHTt at lOcVlock a. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidate** to lit" voted for at tbe ensuing election in October, to All tbe following offices: to wit: lerk of the Court* Recorder 1 Member Board of Supervisor* And aI*o to transact such otflflr biJS ine»sa* may properly come before the Convention. The basis of reprenenta lion will bo one delegate for each township in the county, ami one dele tinte for every Thirty votes or I ."actional part thereof of J. or over, c,i.-l for (lov, Carpenter at the last general election entitling the vari ous townships to the following num I er of delegates. Clay 3 Dallas I'lHiiklin Indiana... Knoxviile 1' Lake Prairie... Liberty 4 Perry J'l.'!t«nnt Grove.. l'olk lit'i! Rock.... 4 Hunimit Hwaii t'nlon «..«•••• 8 Washington 4 ll is recomended that each towns ship aho select a full net of alternates Jici that on Saturday August Mth, tlie l|lei torH of the neverul townships inee it their usual places of holding elect ii»11m for the select Ion of said delegate' ami their alternates. Tbe legal voters of the county with out leganl to past politleal differences, who endorse tlie platform of principlea M'I'loptfil hy the Republican State on vent ion at DesMoinea on the 1st iti«tare eordialy invited to partial* |i«te in the selection of delegates. By order of Rep. Cent. Committee. J. F. (»HI:I:NI.KK, Chairmau. ftnoxvlile July 21,1874. REPUBLICAN A Y Att y-Cen. M. I'. utis will I'ldn-ns the people of Marlon oubty in tbe court-house, on SATURDAY, AUCIU8T H, immediately after adjournment of the county nominating convention. Turn out and hear the political is StieH of the day diHCUNHcd iy one of Iowa's honored SOIIH, from a Republi can standpoint. J. f*. Greenlee, Ch'n Hop, Cen. Com. ICnOX^lilCt August m, 1874. (Iroceries, in full variety, best grades and at lowest figures, at Rockafeliow's. 11 you don't see what you want call.for It, and John will set it out for you. Largest stock In town. REV. W. H. HUKT, of Petit, filled the M. K. church pulpit last Habbatb. 0«V. CAHI'KNTKU will deliver an ftddroHB before the Teachers' Institute now iu sesHion here, on the afternoon ot Thursday, this week. Bool's AND HIIOKH.—Palmer's new at ore is the place to buy. MR. CIAYFS inadn a speech ftt tbe Court IIou«e last Saturday. He talk ed nearly five minutes. Persons who lieurd him say be announced the fact that the crowd before him oumo to bear (Juv, StoiM*, and ho did not feel nl liberty to occupy the time. He would be here again some time during tbe campaign. This wus tbe svfatanc* §t his very Ifitercstirigspeech. Hope he will have ftoiiiethiiig to suy when be comes a rial 11. I'liNMiUM LISTS lor the fair are now (Minted iu pamphlet form. Call ou the Hec'y, W. W. Craddiek, for a List, or send for one by mail. \m mm DON'T Foii'tKT the County Fair, 8cpt. 16,10 and 17. LATKKT Sheet Monk* received aod ludered daily. Just out: Iowa waltz, Hlarch, and polka, at Stewart's uiusic lltoie Al.liUM, of the Mo it roe Mirror, en Kassun, and makes wry fauesat tlie newspapers which heloftHy «wn ttoiis as "fltnall fry." I-Ix-Typo, writing from Otfey tothe til on roe Mirror, tiays Several farinel'Min thhueigliborhood "fife under many obligatioiiH for (lie Jtlmlneris and pluck KIIOWII by the Ht'V. i'J. Kampnott, of'Otley. He made IHUI excellent hand in tbe harvent liel'l .. mm 4SIIM( at a time when other help could ft«U**hud. We w«uil U*at tUvr« were 11 Us betier that* fts U does not uicu. Uiv pitpvr M. K. CUTTS, Att'y General, will ad-1 New UBOCEBY STOKE.-After drew tbe citizens of this county at the Thursday, Aug. 13th, Kendig A Court House next Saturday. He is Stump will be found ready to sell one of the finest orators in Iowa.- groceries queensware etc., at tbeir Come up to the convention and hear a new store room northwest corner of rousing speech. No password and no Public Square, Knoxviile, Iowa. Ou, five-dollar admittance fee tttUWce old customers bringing in new custo quired at tbe door. VAN BENNBTT.—Some RADICAL pa- pers have permitted themselves to get terribly worried at the thought of Van cJJ# Bennett, the oid Democratic war horse only one FKUIT JAKH may be had at lowest figures by calling on W. K. Burns. FA KH.—Oskaloosa—-Aug. 81sl to Sept. 3d, inclusive. Newton—Sept. 8 to 10th, inclusive. Knoxviile—Sept. 15,10 and 17. Ktate—Keokuk—Sept. 21 to 25. in cliiHi ve. Ottuinwa—Sept. 16 to 18, inclusive. Chariton—Sept. 8-10. THE HKKAI.U OFFICE, Oskalooaa, gets out the bandnomest Premium List We have seen this year—except ing that just issued from this office. KENwo & HTLMI' are increasing tbeir stock of groceries, queen*ware, and glassware whieh will be sold as cheap, If not cheaper than any other house iu town. New'stofe, northwest corner of Public Square. Coin# Mtd see us. ALI. A BOA HI» for camp meeting. JOHN VAUOIIN, lias sold liis inter est in the Ottumvva Spirit of the Timet to Dr. Foster, the principal editor, and is again rusticating about Knoxviile. KEM.Y A WoonnurK have receiv ed the largest and most valua ble stock of perfumes, soupM, brushes and fancy toilet articles ever bftMtgkt to Knoxviile. BTKHMNO A AKOKHY are paying the highest prices iu cash for grain, wool, hid&s, etc. THE Chariton Leader, a Democratic paper, supporting the anti-monop. State ticket, speaks of the aitti con* convention held there last Saturday, as a Democratic convention. TAYI-OII a FAKI.EY OKOANS, Valley Oem Pianos, niUHic boxes, Stationery, albums, blank books, ink, pctm, pen cils, and everything in the stationery and music Hue at Stewart's musical emporium, Knoxviile. •-—m CAI'TITKKI).— MISH Lois Hnmllton, daughter of \V. H. Hamiiton, of this vicinity, went last spring on a vixit among frieuds iu California. The re sult Is recorded herewith under the bead "Married." "(Jo West" limy be good advicu for yonng men, but fair young ladieH FOR DHITUS, painters' materials and implements, brushes, toilet articles, etc., etc., go to Kelly dt Woodrutr's drug store, northeast corner of square. They have the largeHt stoek iu the city, and propose to sell at lowest pos sible rates. PASTETHAT WILL KEEP A YEAH.— Disaolve a teaspoonful of Hlum iu a quart of warm waiter. When cold stir in as much Hour as will make it, the consistence of thick cream, being particular to beat np the lumps stir iu us much powdered renin us will stand ou a dime, aud pour in a few drops of oil of clovea to give a pleasant odor. Have on the fire a teu-cupful of Ijoiling water pour the Hour mix ture into it, stirring well all the time. In a few minutes it will be of the con sistence of mush. Pour it into an eartheo or china vessel Jet itcool lay u cover OH, aud put it in a oool place. When needed for use, take out a por tion and sol ten it with warm water.— Paste thus IHM4S WLU lust one year. mers almost every time they come to our store, goes to prove that Kendig «fc Stump are selling an low as tbe low est. Come every body and give us a 1 turning Had tub. That he lias done so ^KTTY THMViNO.-tfome graceless is not entirely certain, although things crept into the Lutheran church look a little that way. If be has he is through a window and added to the other leaders of "tole five or six dollars belonging to the present Radical Republican party Take from that gang of official thieve# remain. Some papers think It would look funny to nee Van on the sttirnp in thfa .State on the Radical hide, apeaking againwt Htone, on the liberal Hide.— That would be a joke, indeed, and such on one that Van Bennett will never have cheek enough to face.—Marion County Ifetnocraf. COME OtiT next Saturday and hear M. E. Cutis on tbe political topics of tbe day. the Sunday-school. It was left by the Treasurer in a box within the organ the perpetrator must have bad prev ious knowledge of tbe wbereabouU of tbe cash box. He evidently was not a Sunday-school pupil, or has not been greatly benefited by his lessons. THE CMUKCH to be dedicated at Wheeling next Sunday, is not the M. E. Church as lost week stated, but belongs to "The Methodist," formerly the Protestant denomination. C. A. CLAKK, of the Newton '"finfc jyendent, illuminated our sanctum with bis countenance last Saturday. [That's a whopper lie's almost dark enough to be mistaken for a 15th amendment.] He smiles as complu cently as he can under the eircumstaii ees, and really tries to believe that his patent. Gates will take a premium at the polls iu October. He's tall enough aud old enough, and ought to know better," but is as perverse as a spoiled child. Ciurk makes a tip top paper of It's kiud. lie is enerjectic, and Htirs up the Rad's in vigorous style over in Jusper, aud gets stirred iu re turn in a manner which pleases tbe righteous. He's a pretty good fellow now, but will soon be ruined if be don't reverse his political judgment and Hcamper out of his present com pany. Call ugain Bro. Clark. CAMK BACK to sue bis patients. Found many of them well, others rupidly improving, ail, as fur as seen, decidedly sutistied. Otiiers are still coming. Cuu be consulted at the Amos house until August 17th. (7-tfJ should take warning. We can't att'ord to spare such as the one ahoYu named. QHOCKKIKA, »iueeiiHware, Ulassware, etc., at very best ligur«s at Bums', uortli side store. RKNOVATION.—The Hutwcflher Is ojM'irtiing with a Feather iCenovating Machine, in a building two blocks east of tbe Public square, on Muin street, Kuoxviiie. Beds and pillows renovated In the beat manner ou sbort notice and oil reasonable terms. Fea thers will betaken to the machine and returned the wanie day, without extra charge. Leave orders at the shop, or at the JOURNAL Office. if. W. GKOOM. Otf.) Knoxviile, Aug. 4th, Ib74. Ib. Mm. DKY CIOODS at great bargains at Palmer's new store. NEW PKLLA HACK-LINK.—The sub scriber has secured the mail contract from Pella to Knoxviile, and put ou good teams and hacks for daily service. He will carry passengers and express as cheup as any other Una, aud make sure connections with morning trains east. Office at Amos House, Knox viile. NATHAN WILLY. Do NOT FAIL to study well the ad* vertisenivnt of Van Amburgh A Co., which appears iu other columns of to day's paper. We also refer our readers to the huge bill board erected on the public square, where they will find correct pictures of some of Van Am burgh's most noted animals, and per formances to be seen in Frost's Roman Circus and Royal Colloseum. Study them well, and prepare to come and seethe greatest of living curiosities. CJOTOBUHNH for best groceries of nil kinds. He is prepared to meet tbe harvest trade with lowest rates. TITF FAKMKKH received little con sideration in the Ani convention last Saturday. Shaw is a merchant, of Columbia Neyeneseh is an editou, of Pella, and Briges ruus a saw-mill at Marysvllle. H. Boole* A Co.. still sell and school books at their store in Oo« port. Remember that any articles you want iu either of these lines can be had at Gosport as good iu qnality and at as low figures as ut any house in Marion C'ouuty. Do not go away from home to trade when you can do as well with your neighlxirs. Keep your trade at home, and encourage home dealers. TRACirKHR attending the Institute express great satisfaction with the manner in which it is conducted by Profs. Loughridge, Cory and Ather ton. Those in attendance are divided into three classes—A, and C, and each puss under the teaching of all the Processors each day, undergoing biU iu„ the various branches. THK INDIANA township Sunday School Convention will le held at Sam'I Cooley's Grove, It miles west of Attica, ou Thursday, Aug. ^7, 1874, commencing at U a. ui. All are cor dially invited to attend ~aud partici pate. By order of Executive committee. BKNJ. ROOKUS, Sec'y. \mrn stock -•s—- O. W. PALMKK may now be found in Ills fine new building ou the south side of Public Square, with a large and well assorted stock of new dry goods, boot* and shoes, hats and caps, notions, and groceries, to which he invites the attention of his old .custom ers and the public generally. Ills havlug leew purchased on very close figure*, he is enabled to offer tb* 1 west priCv'S. CuMat Palmer's.. A Goon STORY, is told of E. N. Gates, Anti-monopoly nominee iu this district for Congress, and is vouched for as true by men iu this place who lived iu his neighborhood and knew him well at the time of the occurrence. About twenty-five years ago, when he did not aspire to greatness, he was employed as an attorney in a small ease before a justice of the Peace at Orange, Ohio. Jim. Stewart an old man, and a lawyer of some renown, then living at Mansfield, appeared on the opposite side iu the case. Gales bad made his speech, and Stewart had the floor in reply. He was too much for Gates iu argument, and bad the sympathies of the audience. Gates saw that the casa inust be decided against him, and undertook to break the lorce of Stewart's argument by in terrupting bis speech. He had jumped up a number of times, and with Stew art's consent had been allowed by the Justice to speak, although out of order. .Stewart bore this for some time very good-naturedly, being disposed to let Gates have his own way and let him self down as easlyas possible. Finally he notified Gates that he would not give way for any further irrelevant interruption. Again Gates .jumped up with some petty quibble and pro ceeded to harrangue the court. Stew art did not object, but quietly filled his mouth with tobacco, and when it wasiwell chewed into pulp he dumped the enormous quid into his hand, roll ed it between bis palms into a bail and burled it with a thud and a splash in to the face of Gates with the remark "sit down." Gates took his seat, and was not heard again until the case was decided against him. To this day his ruby face assumes a deeper red when the subject is mentioned, lie has never forgiven Stewart. WILL. A. STLWAKT, of the music emporium, east side of public square, sold five organs in one day last week. If you want a good instrument of any kind, or any musical merchandise, call at Stewart's. He will sell you an excellent or^an or piano at a fair price and on easy terms. THE GBASSHOI»I'KH8.—'We aw per permitted to publish the following ex tracts from a recent letter received by W. W. Craddickof this place from his sister, Mrs. Moore, who resides near Sioux City: We had hoped the grasshoppers would not visit us this season but they came in countless numbers stayed with us four days, and then departed. Withiu two hours after their coming there was nothing left of our ten acres of corn (all we had) but part of the stocks. They took all our sweet corn within one hour. We had a nice large patch of cabbage, but every particle of it dis appeared. All there is left of our half acre of soup beans is a portion of the dried-up vines. Our potatoe vines were stripped of leaves, but we hope to have a few potatoes yet. Some of our melon vines wereentirely stripped of leaves, and some were not touched. We shall have some tomatoes, though the vines are seriously injured. Our pumpkins, squashes and peas were not molested. Almost one-third of tbe wheat stalks were cut ott'just below tbe head. Hurvest hands ar« very scarce, and we women have to go into the field to helpsuve the grain. Must of tbe farm ers are ut work in the fields night and day, Sunday not excepted. MCBIC.—Call at Stewart's Music Store, east side square, and examine his stock of splendid organs, pianos, minor musical Instruments, sheet music, etc. First-class goods, fair prices and easy terms. PORTAL CHANOK.—Hereaftef the mail hack from Albia will arrive at Knoxviile on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays, at noMtt And depart same days at 1 p. m. mm THK SHOW! the Show the beauti ful Siiow is coining to town next week, you know and all the boys and girls will go to see Van Ainburg's wonderful show. Father and moth er and Susan and Joe are worrying, hurrying to and fro, saving the dimes neglecting the hoe—they're golug uext Mouday to see the show. FKRSII PEACHES received every eve ning at Rockafel! ,w's. Call aud buy a box, or leave your orders. THK CLIPPEKS went to Prairie City on Tuesday this week to play a game of Base Bull with tbe club of that place on Wednesday. —i mmmm II II PKACHES, AJM'LKS, MELONS.—If you wish to buy or sell, for cash, go to T. C. Jackson's, at John Hauks' old staud, north side of Square also fresh fish at all tim»«, AT THK Republican meeting In Clay township Aug. 81 h, the following Del egates and Alternates to th« County convention were elected. Delegates:—John Gordm# David Ghrist, and I). T. Dunham, AlternatesA. Moore, A»JT»Hal« ua, and David KatcUell p. SATCHEL**Ctfa, J, W. miKRWooD, Sec'y. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE VILLA. August 10,1874. Ptudents are looking around for rooms and places to board and the school ut the University promises to l»e as full as usual. The fall term be gins September 20th. The city schools open again on the 17th, inst. We notice that the new engine and boiler for the Pella Manufacturing Company have arrived. They were made in Ottumwa. The big crowd that th» Anti-Mon ops were going to take to the conven tion at Knoxviile last Saturday, from Pella, failed to come to time. They had procured the services of a fifer from near Knoxviile, but they paid him $2.50 not to piay. There were a number of "beaiine suckers" iu town Saturday, aud one of them, a man named Allen, was given to-day in the corporation sweat box, where he has anipleopportuui* ty to meditate on the unprofitableness of guzzling mean whiskey. A knockdown discussion between a warehouseman and a customer was one of the amusements ib South Pella last Saturday. Many of the farmers are threshing tbeir vvheat. The crops, far as we have been able to ascertain, average about 18 bushels per acre, and the quality is good. The new depot and other improve ments recently made by the railroad company have added considerably to the appearance of things down that way. Watermelons and •other "trash" are plenty in market and the doctors are correspondingly happy. E. Van Houten's new brick resi dence is nearly ready for the roof. L. Bach's new brick business bouse will receive its roof this week. Now that harvest is over trade Is picking up with our business men. Peaches are plenty in the market and range in prices all the way from 25 cents to $1.25 per box. We noticed the familiar face of Ed Baker of your place on our streets Jfor several days last week. Also O. B. Ayres till* morning. W. B. Anderson, the anti-Monop •candidate for Prosecuting Attorney, was in town last week on an election eering tour. KATE KINNEY, i SA1.L.AS. Auo., 10.— An individual of the masculine per suasion advertising himself as "Prof. C.G. Fitsgerald," designated the even ing of the 3d inst. as the time when he would commence a series of lectures on "Phrenology, Physiology and Hy giene" in this place, and secured the school-house for that purpose by assur ing the directors that there would be nothing in bis lectures that would be offensive to the most sensitive on re ligious subjects. On the eveningabove named he made a few general remarks on phrenology and then turned his at tention to theology, using very offen sive language in reference to every de nomination known to be represented in this country. He gave a very brief outline of his own theological views arid gave it to be understood that they were susceptible of being proved by phrenology. For the second lecture he announc ed a subject of a decided theological nature, but when the time came his audience had dwindled down to one solitary Individual. After waiting till there was no hope of a larger atten dance he took down his charts prepar atory to taking his departure. Now I am uot only a firm believer in pluenology, but one who regards it aa one of the most important of sci ences and^I protest against its prosti tution by using it to secure au audi ence on any other subject. If the "Prof cannot get a hearing on his favorite subject without securing his audience by representing that he is going to lecture on some other subject, ho had better maintain his integrity and let us poor heathens remain in our ignorance. To say the least it certain ly does not speak well for his theology to secure a hearing for it under false pretense. i do not know in what new field tbe "Prof." is operating, but no doubt he i« iu an adjoining neighborhood seek ing by the same misrepresentation, a paying audience on what is generally supposed to be a free subject. Aacri) RNT.—Phi11i G11 bert, a you n man living six miles west of Knox viile received a severe wouud last Saturday. He was stacking wheat, a pitch fork stood against the stack, upward. The team attached to tlie wagon from which the grain was being pitched, suddenly started, and Mr. Gilbert slid down in haste from thestaek upon the fork, running one tang into his thigh about six inches. At our latest word there was prospect of speedy recovery. BOBIOKTH & DICKEY, successors to H. J. Seoles, of the mvrth side Drugstore, call esp«cial attention t« their stock of LeaW, Oils and other materials for painters' use. They keep the best stock, atui aell at loux-st figures. KNOXVILLE township R-publiea,, Convention met last Saturday, p,„ suant Ut call, at the office of Hart, and was called to order at on o'clock by Geo. L. Buruick, Chair man of Central Committee, upo Whose motion D. G. Coe, Esq. Wj elected to the chair* F. C. Bark Was chosen Sec'y. C. L. Collins moved to choose iel gates to tbe county nominating co, veu lion by ballot, voting for four at time. Carried. On motion, for lack of room, th convention adjourned to the Cbristia Church, and immediately proceed* to ballot for delegates. The folloy ing persons were chosen C. W. Scoles, E. K. Woodruff, I R. Hays, J. P. Vincent, Harvey Bricv B. R. Ewalt, Levi Carruthers, Tho Jenkins, no, Banks, J. L. Freud J. F. Greenlee, C. L. Collins. Jo*ht Curtis, Jesse Ross, James Welch, A Bonsell—16. On motion of O. B. Ayres !t wi decided that the delegates present ir the county convention should east tl entire vote, and that no proxiee be ail mitted. Adjourned. GO TO PALMKK'S for Dress good*. WHITE LEAIX—One ton, bestqual ty, just received by Kelly 4 Wuou ruff. 9T4RRIED. PHILLIPS—TKHKY.—Aug. 6th, 187), at the residence of the bride's motl, er, Mrs. Martha Spencer, near Knox viile Iowa, by Rev. A. Bobbin-, Mr. W. U. Phillips and Miss Louih i Terry. CUKLKSS—HAMILTON.—At the M. ChurchTruckoe, July.'.'ioth, by Rev.! H. Dela Martyr, William Curie*-, M. D., of this place, and Miss Lty.-. E. Hamilton, of Knoxviile, Iowa. This sudden capture and "takingoff'' of tlie Doctor by an Iowa Miss is a mat ter of surprise to his many friend*, but tbey all "accept tne situation, even the unmarried ladies win, have been left out in the cold by t|.» Doctor's fancy. Alter the wedding at "the Church, the party ad journed to the parlor of the Trncki Hotel, where congratulations and e: pressions of good will were extend* i to the bride and groom. There wj an abundance of cake and champam. for all, and these, and the occasioi seemed to Inspire wit, humor and ciability. Tlie surrender of tbe »io obdurate, stoical bachelor in Trui ki to the fascinations of an Iowa lad proves that Cupid's influences are i. resistible. That tbe union may be u long and happy one, ami that tl bride will find many warm friem: in Truckee, is our sincere wi»h.--j£ publican, Truckee California. DIED. COMPTOW.—Friday, July 24th, in Red Rock, Mrs. Elizabeth Comi t«.n in her 73d year. Mrs. Compton has has been a resident of this town for a numbi: of years, and by her purity i purpose and constant industry, hin won the respect of all who knew her. Near four years since she was stricken with paralysis, which made her helpless Invalid to the day of her death. E. W. S. MITCHKLL.—Ausr. 4. 1874, Robert, youngest son of A. T. and S. A. Mitchell, near Attica. Centaur Uiilitient. There I* no palo which the Cen taur Linitfant will not reliefs, u'* ew«llinj( It will not subdue, and no lnmnnfM wbieb It will not cur-. This U strong Un^uaie. but it i« true. It has produced morHCUf-i of riieumatigm, neurAlgiit, loeltj»w pal?}', n r#)n», «wellinK". caktd breast*, scalds, buri.it salt rheum, ear ache, etc., upon tbe human fraiu^, ind of strains, spavin, galls, etc. npoo animal, in one year than ha»e all other pretended rrmedl^* Since tbe world began, ltisaeounter-irritant.ini all healing pain relleeer. Cripples throw away their crutches, tbe laine walk, i.oiso.ious bites are r?nder-1 harmless and tbe woundt-d are healed without a scar. It I* no humbug. The recipe is publl«ti-l around each bottle. It is selling as no articlf e'er before sold, and It sells because it does just wbat 1 pretends to do. Those who now suffer from rbvumx tiso), pain or swelling deserve to suffer If tbey will not use Centaur l.iuiuent. More than 1U00 certifi cates of remarkable cures. Including frozen llnib* chronic rheumatism, gcut, runuiug turn or«, etc., bar? been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, recipe, etc gratis, to any oue requesting it. One bottle of the yeliow wrapper Centaur Lini ment is worth oue hundred dollars for spavined or nweenied horsss and mules, ,or for vcrew-worm iu sheep. Stock-owners—this liniuient is worth ycur attention. Mo family should be without Centaur Liniment. Sold by all Druggists. 60 cents per bot tle lerge bottls $1.00. J. B, JtMS A Co, 63 llroadwsy, New York. Alt Olll A i» mure Wi»u a fubtlitulv a* tor Oil. It is tbe only lift article in exl"t»-n«-e whlcli is cwrlein to asainillate I be food, reguian-tb« bowels, cure wind colic, aod produce natural sleep. It i.iiUiu.- neither miiier*l«. !iior|iniu. or a n i i- -H i a u o a k e i e u u e e o u y uiotber" rn.j rt.-:. Markets. Chicago, Aug 10. CATTI.E—Receipts, 5.0UO market quiet active and lirm nt full prices closed with pens nearly empty low tfrade*, however, are dull sales of Texniis at 2 50(^4 20 fair to choice steers o 10(o»6 76 extra steers 0 6 75. HOGS—Receipts 9000 fairly ac tive and strong for best grades other a shade easier common to medium oO'f 70 fair to choice (»8W'7l-» the bulk of sales being at 2X«7 10- WilKAT—Opened active, tirin and higher closed easier No 1, 1 m\(a 1 10 No 2 1 Oi^/i 10-3 1 Oot for new 1 1 0jj for tdd, closed at 1 04$, new sold, spot, 1 04i(_ I »5J apot closed at 1 04J, August 1 W1(# 1 01 Sept !A)|, seller year No#, 10l» rejected, 02. C'OHN"—Active and Irregular closed tirni and a shade higher, hitfh mixed, 67 No 2, G4i(f/(KJ}, ekised t»i, spot »S bid for August to hkl lor Sept rejected 65.