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THE IOWA VOTEB.
Local and Miscellaneous. KoxviM«, Aiutwr 7, 1H73. V J) HOVKit Bellefontalne. ft \\, MAltK Hoc* w II MINER— Pleasant* I lie. I'.CAI'HCART Attica J. D. H( OliKH "Wheeling. VAN Al'SPA ik II. BHOB."*T Marysvllle. H.G. W \RHKN n_'li-4i bet. r. I K A It I'O.-TKI! li&fporfc KO. \V K.ST Hamilton. 1UTKI.KW Italian. »s umks Columbia. prvmt »am~t nyr n^tl t» t%t1r tT nn-t nhtrrit*^ I)u t(f rr.K atvl re"*r* \nd (nrvir4 J* ,»,!• r.,HV' /rrilnj vp n I j*,rt H', \ilt J.RI'«•/ %*id'd R""P'» f«r afl am-u»t j""' and Republican V/J" 10 U im*t4dmUl]/ nj any fuilv'. CMTM (ounly Hon. 'I tie Republican* of Marion county, ?.* a, will meet in delegate C-onven u .i, at the Court llouie in Knox- MATUBDAT, Afro. 80TH, 187S. *t one o'clock p. m.. for the •tuniatiiiK candidates to fill the fol vmg office* I MO Representative*, ne A mli lor, one Trca«urer, tue Mieriff, one Surveyor, me Hup't. of Public Instruction, i »ne ('oroner, ne Hupervi*or. A mi ai»o to attend to any other bus* n."«H that may properly he hroujrht the COIIvention. The foliow will be tin* number of delegate* township will bo entitled t'» in con venti"ii. One Iwirig counted for ««'4 li township, and me for every f* uty-H v. mid one for each frnctiou •4»4r twelve vote* rant in each town t^.ip for Jor.ish T. Young for Heeretary Statu is 1*74 s Uy township .7 1)11 Una rutiktin ndittna Knoxvllle I ske I'raiiif .Iberty Pleasant (iMVI 1'erry I'olk I Jed ifock HmmfU Swal» nioi| Wanlifh)ftmi S4 ia I 1 1 Hie Ki-|iililk'nn« of the dlffornit, lowdhIiIih mth r**|ueeted to meet »t, ta.'lr n«iiiul pi are* of rnwtlnff, In each t•nvnwlilp, on Saturday, AntfUftt 2.1«l, dii wele't delegate* Ut attend tlitrooun- Convention. Hy order of Central Commute#, W. W. CiiAi»iifK, Chiitrquui. 1JIMD, at the r'-nidenee of John Holler in Ihla city on Hunday, Hd intd., after painful and protracted lllne»» of iMoa montliM, Mr*. LVI»IA Hor.i.Kii, JJ If* of John Holler, hkc«I twenty itiree yearn. For four yeara ahe hud 4«eii a eoiiHiktcnt member of the M. *R Clmrih. HIM died t»x fbe had •I#v»*d. In hope# of the Itnnurrec tion. fSimiika are rendered to nil tliulr Atu iuta for all their kindnena during 1r*r Iuiik illneaa. roWKVXIOM l'lUK-KKOUtOi.— ••'Hivenleree, we copy from the 7VIHO -tif, keadiiiK and all, the proccediiiKH *1 the ClratiKo Convention. The re port i« a fair one, n«ve the heading,' Unii' not all good, nlthouKh oouie of the nominee* are good men. fiewiar, NOTICK.—A11 peraoaa ''lowing theioselvea indebted to Mi*a .li'iiiiie Ilreckenriilife will pleano rail it the atore of A. H. ('herrie and aet tle, on or before the lat day of Bepttiu -l«ei. +gr To Iowa City CM mllM. .s^riiooi. LAWS.—Co. Hup't Hidenour T^tiueata ua to aay that he novr haa I ilea of the late School Lawa of the 'ftfate, for Uintributioti to School offl ^'••pa. They can be had on application. \*W KAIK OitotrNii.-There in e»r -t talk now of purclmxing for the uif.v Affrlcuitural Society tliirty ivnof gronnd in the northwest por v^|ou of'thwelty, a |M»rtlon of the Itlch- Jtrd farm, to he 'fltUHl up aa a Fair tiround. Home very liberal donation* ui'c offered ly citizen* and a generul -fi«li Im muulfented that the eiiNttln^ j^.ur may be held on the new ground*, fiu-re i yet time for the erection of fho itecetfiMiry bulldlnga and tlio prep 7* ntlon for tho driviu^ track. The .•rj»i»npoKed (iH'atiou i« a good one in ev •0i renpect, and tlie eiiterprine in wor •^i.v of a Htrong und united afl'ort for fti .ij^iKitiimmntion. The old ground in too ^ferl'r mt town, and haa other objcc -^fitMmblo featurva. There are many Vgptent reaaona for aacurlug the new around turn. Hr.AfCKR.~A very full aaaortmtntof ^I tnkM will nlwayn be found on haiid the VOTKU offlec, including deeda— "Irtirranty and quit claim mortgagea— Sliitl cmtute and quit claim bondu—tl •!«'. ollicial, etc., JuHtice'a lvotiocn, i:«ntHtalile'a hhIh noticcx, 6tipanaa ex rf itlona, warrant*, promissory uoteH, •M" et'- ,i w inataliinent of postal oarjlii hae received a f'ra'Idick'a poat-ofRce. -tl' nm rivjulhitiona were neceaaaiy to •nr/xv*TiiucTioN from Oab«loo Jinil 'iU«U-her Hoy" from 7ea -aft -ueK are «ui)ecte4t at our fair and ..»• ^fople of tVarren County will itfjve (^n opp«ri«tt/ty to aee two of the J-a^I I^-»m 4*i if4**m, and the great betw eclljt'a'lwraea a* champion will a»»r«i"t I a rare nuuM*r BAPTiar Chiwh -Preaching on Rabbacb morning neat, by Rev. D. F. Webster. lecture in the evening aubject: "Tlie l'a»t Young Man." mm FOR 8AKK.—A small farm, adjoin ing Knoxvllle. Enquire Taggart. of J- H. (47tf) CAMF MEKTIJIO.—Beginning on the 28th inet.. Columbia Circuit of the M. K. Church will hold a camp meeting Ave mile* aouthweat of Kno*vilIe and three milea north of o*port-uear tlie rehi'lcncc of James IKliamy. A cor dial inviution ia extended to pa«torB and members of adjoiuing circuits, and also to other Christian denomina tions. As the meeting will probably lust a week or ten dayn all who can are invited to bring tenta: There will l»e a boarding tent upon the ground#. Hucksters will not be allowed within a wile of the grounds. Mower TO LOAN, for term of Ave yearn, OR Improved farma. I will be found during the coming week at the Auditor'# office in the Court House. J. F. KJKEFFK. IfFRWWFITFF NORMA r, Sriroor..--Thia Institution will open for the ensuing year on the third Monday in October. Announcement in Till, showing it* advantages, etc., appears elsewhere on this page. THE ATHBKIAW Literary Uociety, Xewbern, gave an entertainment last Friday evening, which we have heard apokett of as a grand affair pleasant and successful in every way. Tlie exercises embraced Munic, vocal $nd instrumental, Declamations, Orationa, lOsHays, Dialoiigcs, Tableaux, etc. JIFMOVAT,.--Mrs. (»eorge Heche haa removed her Millinery and Dressma king establishment to the rooms forrn trly occupied by Miss Breckenridge, on tlie aouthweat eomer of Public Square, and will be pleaned to sec her old customers, and others, at her new location, whora a complete stock of goods In tlie latest styles will be found. FKKKLAND k THOMPSON tupply throng every evening with Jce Cream which cannot be excelled in quality. FROM TUB MINKR we learn that an Industrial Association was organized at Marysville last week. While a group of pernioa were standing around a pump In the yard of Mr. Uhinehart, of same place, re cently, a ball Irorn the gun of a care less s|HirtHiuau passed between them and left its mark on a bucket which linng on the spout of the pump. There is to be a Habbath-Schoo! Cel ehration at Hamilton on the f'th of August. A basket dinner is on the programme. A unrulier of Schools will lie preaent aud all interested lu the Sabbath-School cause are invited. THE NKWOBUX NOKMAI. RCHOOI. LITERARY Sonny, will give a grand cnterUiinmeut Friday and Saturday evenings, Aug. 2-'d and '23d WOOD'S MAUAZINK.—See advertise ment, "Workers Wanted." If'ottV* lluutehoki Mctf/wainc iwone of the best now published for the price, $1 per year. THAD. P. I'ARNF.R was in Charlton, when last heard from, giving enter taininents. lf('MHKl)fctof beautiful little girls, clothed iu garmwittt of snowy white ness, with a bine ribbon here UIKI there, and their little throbbing heart* beating with purity, attended our prosperous Hunduy-.School*, la»t Sun day.— Jitaile. WM. HUMFWRKV, who wan -killed by an accident on the Central Hail road at Eddyville, two weeks since, lived at Uellefontainc, and was tuk)n there for interment the day following his death, as we icarn from the MinQr, GRANOK CANJilIATK».—Of the Orange nominees, as indlvblnnln, *x nejiting Mr. Clark, we shall not kptutk particularly this week, preferring to present the opinion of the and from thnt favorable opinion and wiiat further information and acquain tance the people ca 11 gather otherwise let them form their own conchiniotis. We do not WIMII to even seem din posed to forestall public opinion either for or against any of them. CONWELI/S HAI.L Htill open, and best article of Ice Cream on tables ev ery evening. Hob. Follok serve* all callers, aud strives to plcaxe. GROCERIES.—Jiockafellow leads the grocery trade In Knoxville. lie not sell at cost, but buys in large quan tities and as lie does a cash business, instead of buying aud selling on time, he is enabled to buy on most favorable terms, and hence can ottVr best rates to hi« customers, aud yet make n Mnall margin on sales. And a large trade gives him A living. Try lioukafeiiow for your next bill of grocerle*. BOLD OUT.—There is a great st)r and general Indignation in the Democratic (•amp in reference to the attempt of the editor of the Dwwral to M-U out the party in tills coiuity.tothe Grange party, A aiuwitier tt iiie ieadafe here uiul in PeiU tlunk Uwit McCormack I win aMMiu)ed entirely Uh» PIUCII, and Hew Me»ewest' Elsewhere in our columns will be found, under this caption, a copy of a Call now in circulation. The friends of tlie movement, so far as we know, arc ptreoDS dissatifcfled il tlie man ner in which the Grange ticket was nominated. Their hope is, of course, to unite men of ail parties, as the Call state*. To what extent they will suc ceed in this remains to be seen. It is very certain that tl.?re ore a great nurnberof persons, even in the Grange, who are not satisfied with all the nom inees offered them by Saturday's Con vention, and will repudiate at least a portion of the ticket. They consider aniileage grabber as bad as a salary grabber, and cannot b© induced to en dorse him at the polls. Other Gran* gers honestly believe that the Order was not designed for a political ma chine, and should not be made such. There are also, doubtless, hundredn of persons, outaido the Grange organiza tion who are in sympathy with UH declared objects, and who would glad ly have co-operated in good faith with (Jrangers in the nomination of a tick et through an open Convention, and would have given an earnest support to a ticket so made. They will not, however, snpport a ticket nominated as this was, and composed entirely of men witliiu the Grange and bound by secret pledges. A Peoples' opposition ticket is perhaps the legitimate result of the exclusive proceedings of the Grange party. This Grange party has entered the field with a determination to break up the old parties and gobble up the oiflces. It asks us to vote its ticket, but gives UH no opportunity to assist in tlie choice of its nominees, and no chance for representation upon its ticket. It sayt. to m, we propose to monopolize the olllces, make your laws, levy and collect your taxes aud handle your money and you may have the privilege of voting for us and paying our salurius and "it will la better for the man who dares to oppose UH, if a millstone were hanged about his neck." And yet (hi* same Grang* party professes to be opposed to monopo lies and ling*," opposed to "class legislation," and in favor of equal rights. Culinly aud dispassionately reviewing the professions of this par ty, and comparing its professions with its ucts, do we find it just, wise, con si-lent and charitable, or the reverse? We speak now of the Grango as a po litical party, and not of the Grange as a society or brotherhood of farmers and laborers, associated for mutual improvement and protection of their mutual business and social .Interests. Churches, trade unions, Masonic so cieties, and Granges are useful, each iu its legitimate sphere but any one of these might, with as much propri ety as the Grange, assume the form and functions of a political party, and present a ticket, composed exclusively of its own members, and ask the peo ple to support it. For the Grange wo iiave no opposition, but rather en couragement, so loug as it does not, in our opinion, strike at the public wel fare. Hut the Grange party, as now organized iu this county, for a political fight, nntbt not expect to escape plain criticism, and possibly sturdy blows, and must not calculate that all will power before it or fawn upon it. We have spoken plainly as aliove, not to favor the so-called anti-monop oly convention, but rather to show the true state of things now existing about us. BAKUVCY AND Kkwi ai KANT.— Free land Thompson, east aide FtdMio Square, Srnooi. HIJA^KS.--Blank Teachers' Reports, Suit-director's Reports, Or dir Hooks for Sub-Districts and Inde pendent Districts, Teacher's Contract* on sale at the VOTKII Office, 7tf "€irange and PoliU«s/t The following has been hand«4 iu« with a request to publish 1'I.KAftANTVH.i.E, AKir.xCO .TA., That we as a Grange, No. #12, de nounce the proceedings pertaining to a Grange Convention to be held at Knoxville, Aug. i!d, 1878, After which the following Resolu tions were adopted WHKHKAS, dill'erent Granges of Ma-' rion County have resolved themselves into a political parly, as we believe in violation of the Constitution aud con trary to the cardinal principles of the Patrons of Husbandry, therefore, He it Jieuoirrii, That we, the mem ber* of IMeasantville (Jrangt, No. 312, do hereby denounce the action of Knoxville Grange, and all Granges in Marion County which are in favor of i su *h Convention. tie it h'enolt ed, DO TO KINHKI.'S for your Dry Goods and Groceries, where you can get goods cheaper than anywhere All Prints, per yard, 10 cent*. Best Coffee, 4 lbs. for $1.00. RI.ANK NOTES, VOTKR Office. s Aug. 1, iNT.i. Orange met pursuant to call of Mas ter. Ou motion 11. U. Conn was call ed to the chair. W. II. Miner was appointed Secretary, 'I'll'*-subject of solvim the Grange into a political parly was called up by the chairman in stating the object of the meeting. Remarks were made by Prultt aud others. After the aubjeot was thoroughly investigated, the following motion was ofl'vred by B. F. Iddings: hii, Union, Vigilant, Attica, South Cedar, 'rhftt tva ia 'On Anti-Monopoly Convention. The undersigned, citizens of Marion Samuel Brtckenridjge,. County, laying aside all past political differences, and recognizing the* para mount importance of existing issues, hereby cordially unite iu recommend ing the people to meet in delegate convention at Knoxville, on SATURDAY, AUG. 1*73. at 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of nominating a ticket for county offices to be supported at the ensuing October election. ruaryand the 14th day of Juno last, wherein it was also resolved to unite »ted for shall be with men of all parties, on a common IKTORMAI, BAIWT. platform, to resist the encroachments K. M.Ferris of corporate monopolies on the rights T)avid of tlie people, and in favor of those measures so imperatively demanded by the industrial and producing inter ests of tlie county. To those who still adhere to tlie sentiments and pol icy then announced, this invitation is respectfully addressed. The proposed convention should be open to all who accord with the prevailing sentiment of I he people on these vital issues. To this end, men of every pursuit, and of all existing organizations, whether Republican, Democratic, or Grange, are cordially invited to participate. Let tlie farmer, the mechanic, th* merchant, the day laborer, and ail others, unite in forming a convention tiiat will, in its broadest sense, be lib eral, anti-monopoly and patriotic in its aims and purposes. The right to freely paiticipate in the politics of the country is inherent in every American citixen, and this right should in nowise be abridged, or con fined to any sect, organization, or par ty of men. Secret political organizations have ever been regarded with serious appre hensions by the wisest and purest stat'»»men of our land, as mischievious in their tendencies nnd dangerous to to the public welfare. On thissubject, so vital to the interests of all, we feel constrained to appeal to the sober and considerate judgment of our country men. In order, therefore, that a fair and equal representation of the entire county may be secured, we recom mend that delegates be chosen on the following basis: Two delegates for each iownhip, and in addition there to one delegate for each fifty voters as shown by the last assessor's li^ts, and one for every fraction over twenty five. We further recommend that the people meet nt their usual places of holding elections, iu the respective townships, on FRIDAY, Aru. 22. at 2 o'clock p. m., for the selection of del egatus. On tlie basis above proposed the townships will be entitled to dele gates as follows: Clay, Dallas, Franklin, Indiana, Knoxville, Liberty, Lake Prairie, Perry, 7 41 6 7 23 9 20 4 The foregoing Call is now being circulated for signatures. We pub lish It by request and will next week append euich names at may be handed us. in books at tlie From the Democrat. CONVENTION! Large Attendance and Har Rionious Action!! A GOOD TICKET NOMINATEDI!! At 10 o'clock the 'onvention was call ed to order by E*q. Lucas, of Union Town*hi)i, oil whose ni'iiion A. R. Ly man, of Liborly towiuhip was elaouid liairmau, of Liboi ty, On motion of X. J. Watkins, it was re solved that ranges whioli had.not held primary meetings to appoint d(»legi«us, shall lie represented by mt-mbeis-ol ^ugii granges now jirestmt. On moiinn, the convention adjourned to I o'clock. The Convention was called toowter 1 o'ciiK'k by ihe Chairman. The I'liairniati of the Committee on credentials presented their report ttJiich cxhiiitcd deieaaK's preneiU frouiUM following firangea: Coal Ridge. Pleasaiitville, Fail view, West Uuioa, Rothol, Union, N ewbei'n, Star, I tad Rock, Win Grove, Union (VMltar, Ik Center, Invindble, j'feasant jiberty, IIHI, I0ni lish, fforth Celar. t'ndrlo College Valley, Union, 1 Iv'alout^ |?nrckiit. Otley, iiigbland. Reiug thirty Oranges fully repraaM* ttKl. On motion, apeeehea were limited to five minutes, unci no one to apeak more than twine upon (he ham« aubjeot. On motion of \\", \v. Rurrix, it was ordered that the convention now pi-oceeii i to the nomii.aiion of otlicers. moiiou of W, J. Millard rM a subordiuiite Grautfe will mt forfait i °'R^*d that the first (mllot shall be Infor mai. The Clialnnan of the committee on tea and rec the raHnlu "MTtlir iWvUf.'MWKB, iee'y pco tern. j*vili«, iu June la*L cm pledge to stand by the Constltu- I ion and •''jde by Ihe rulings of illti olutions Nuhtniltcd iheir report, State aiul NatioiiHJ (rratige. omniHiiilHl the adoption of Hi* W. II. 'Sonn. Matter, 1 tl#»ns pawned by the IV II if sat »u ln2A.iS' I ..it i.. t. .HMirtuij it wiiw Pet»iple'« iw The resolutions were read, and on mis tion adopted. On motion ofH. F. Durham it wan or dered 1)S Coffee Sugar, A, lbs. for $1.00, Coffee Sugar, C, S lbs. for $1.00. Terms cash. KINSEL. that voting shall be by viva the chairman of ea«'h fl'-lciration casting the vote, a n't that a majority of all the votes *a*t »liaii b® ii6re'»»ry to etleci a n o i n a n I On motion of J. W. Millard, the dele-1 gates present from any range w*« an -1 thori/.ed to ca-t the full vote to which the (•range i.-entitled. The first ballot for representative ro-1 suited as follows: 83 G. T. Clarr,. A lien Short 4., ..... H. !. I.w as A. Jl. .. Hiram Matteller David •i"" KiRvr REOirtiAit BAi.wrr. Green T. Clark Samuel Brcckenridge H. I/. I.ncss A lieu Short...,....,1. K.S. Brown This call is based upon the declara- A. B. Lyinnai tion of principles promulgated, with M. Mantellaf such unanimity, in the two conven-i Clark and Breckpuridprp were declared tion a held by the people of this county nominated. Nomination made nnani at Knoxville, on the ^Hth day of Feb-1 mons. nMr* tel. lrea"»r«r "f M. V. IlHrsin... W. J. Millard... d. M. a i n .lame* Po'oi Irick-.-i, W. K. House W. J. Wilson 1 rank Edwards riasT B&UMi R. M. Ferris 80 M. V. VV. J. TUIRD BALLOT R. M. Ferris 104 M. V. Harsln Farris decided nominated. Tlie next business was the nomination of a candidate for Auditor. FIRST AALL«t, I. W. Fisher. R. II. F.walt W. J. Millard C. II. Robinson R. Counsel A. Keithly S. E. McCorkle Thomas Worth It was moved and adopted H. Robinson W W. J.Millard 04 The convention proceeded to nominate a candidate lor Sheriff which resulted an follows FIRST BALL®* D. W. Crosier '2 .S. L. AndcriHin 4# N. J. Walk ins 48 i J. P. Kelly 12 W. W. liurrls 20 All candidates but the two hlghaat dropped. Polk, 1*. Grova, Red Hook, 8 wan, Summit, Vnion, Washington, SKCOyD BALI^pT I",. W. Crozler 12fl N. J. Watkins «7 The convention proceeded to nominates candidate for Surveyor. Tlie name or K. Kuokman was pre sented. There bfiintr no other name pre sented, on motion, Mr. Ruckman was nominated i»y acclamation. The next wa« the nomination of a can didate for Superintendent of Pabllc Scliools. FIRST BALIXIT. W. W. VanOsdol 29 I. W. Fisher 4« Samuel Ridenour 23 J. M. Rand. 17 H. W. Zentfl 7tf On motion, Mr. Zurts was nominated by acclamation. The convention proceeded to nominate a candidate for Coroner. VIRST BALLOT. W. W. Wright 29 T. O. Carr .....U til W. C. Allen 90 Mr. Allen was declared nominated. The convention proceeded to nominate a candidate for Supervisor. FIRST BALLOT# If. P. Ltieaa tj. W. Martin J. S. Shaw W.K. Rousie H. Ma-steller Wilson uecoXP BALLOT* Mr. I.yinan on taking tha chair ad UrcsMfil the convention briefly. ('has. II. Rohiiison was eloctod Secre tary, aud John C. O'llsoti assistant sccre Uiry. in motion W. J. Millard of Knoxvllle, and II. l. I.ilea* of Union, were appoint ed a ooiiiiiiiuee on credentials. •On motion of !(inrlns II. Onrhain, of (Hay, committee of three was appointed oil renoluiious. The (.'hair M||iointcl as saiit eoiiiioittfc, (*. Jl, liorhani of ('lav, II. l, Uucas of Uulon, and Alfred Jlini- f'onirul Committee lor the ensuing H. I). Lucas 107 J. S. Shaw... 70 IU I. Lucas was declared nominated. Tlie next busin«*s* ill order was the ae« lection of delegates to represent Marion county in the State ('onvention The following deW.^jates were selected: Joseph Metcall', Sainuel HreckeuridBP, W. J. MiH.ird, J. M. bmns, .T. Wil son, W Main, A K Lvirian, .T lle lell, (ireen T. Clark, W K Kou/.e, I W Fisher. The follow irisrirentlemeii were appoint- year Columbia, iKrunklin, Kcott, Rol Rolanson, K Hhaw. Jacob Ren nett, John indil, \V .1 Millard. Ou motion tho convention adjourned. KKKP Cool,.— How? Just order a cube of ice left at your door, every morning by Cunningham's ice wagoii. Only (W cents per cwt. ticket througii Kansas credited on the tirst payment. Papers containing Maps and full statistic!* furnished an .pnliction. Tl.l.i.,».h,m,l.„K. »|i anil see me. P:. F. HPKKK.Y, Ageut A4chlaeo, Topeka di Hunt a }."e li- UtilZ) Bfarkeia. offered at 1.2l No. I spring, sold THE NEWBERN NORMAL SCHOOL W ill Of*ri on lb* Motd*r "f CkUt )m e n i i U i n v u i i n ph rt ih«o •fHOivr fir* uu iuk Hi if a S|»H, All V A STAUKSt Board. 31 i !•. I. urrli C.rTKM M,, ^iw'-.ion l»t. 24. Cli* or »ilitirii. li-MiiOi i »uca! oiu^l'r. ii».. 6.U. AIKI 4:! W. K. H. 1. Lucas moredthat all bnt the two highest on the list be dropped, adopted. SECOND BALLOT R. M. Ferris 94 M. V. llarsin 87 W. J.Millard J.«.......u.... 11 25 7 fiO 58 13 2) 8 12 that tho two having the largost number of votes be voted for. SECOND BALLOT. M»,.- »nu 7tli. A AO Itirr.RAHi' SOtlKxV I tlur »up«rviit'jj i'( n.w rcvi.iyil. 8^1, K... 1 1 ig fir.-k Vn «7 40 »r.- Ir-T lirr». ^Il- J**». II. Wii.it /.•:• I'rineiptl. I MM. M**R Z*«•, AMlt«at. Mi*» Ct4kK'« iHctrnctcr II luifiiim. Mart*. ait Ion—fSP ftr l^rtu, (4 nn*tk l.-iMr'i Muni.-, ^10 p«r tvriB SO tHM.n,. Gariuan. "... r»r tptlf to tk« PrlafJptl in 1856 1873 STILL RUNNING Better ihnu KveK DR.SCOLKr DRUGSTORE (Established in 1856) North Side Public Square, KNOXVILLE, IOWA. Ooatlaatly Rsseiviag, aa4 Always es Hsti a Fall aa4 Cossplets Lhle ef DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAWTS, OILS, VARNISHES, «LAS8, BRUSHES SCHOOL BOOKS, were STATIONERY, PERFUMERY Everything CisanntMi Best ftiaUt} aad PRICES AT THE hO WB8T. SCOLES' CONDITION POWDERS, fer Borsss aad Cattle, dnruUti Bqaal Ikf Bast la tba Market. JV Sasetal tttntiva glvsa to Otapotii lag PfcfiicUo*'Pr«»eriptio&a» 4 W Furnitnre. j. MCClelland, Mkind*of KANSAS.—Ioyou want to go to Kan sas, to lrsik at the country, or buy land? If so, call at tlie Central low'a Proprietors* Laud Oflice.uud get a TKUOCOH TICK KT from (Htumwii, Iowa und if you bu\ laud, you can have th&'.'ost of your i a.*, ....JI iw* a—p..« ANP7ACTU&ER of aad D«al«rin*i Plain and Ornamental Fnrnhorf Sailing fur eaih only, in nnabUd (five tkr Low^t Prieei and Guarantee Satirtaotion. 8hap la Old C»ert Ifoute BuiHiog, nartb**)' ooraar of Public Square, Knoxvllle. Ur Iowa, A32tf FOUNDRY AKD Machine Works' KEEFFE & HEBERLINO, n^' at jl.2.r, No S regular, 1.17.1 August, 11.154 H*»pt., 10H rejected fll(^!2. (JOHN—Active WND shade higher I No. 2 regular H7t(D.l7. Oath— Dull No. 2, cash, 2B}. I CATTLR—Receipt* S.W mttrtcf't clme«l modenitely active and a shade firmer: shipping stoers ft,2ft (a 5.H0 corn fed Tcxans and Cherokee* 4.(*X/i cows 3.2 V" 4 25. Hoc* Receipt* 6.025 nmrket quiwi fair to good heavy grades 4.3ft vj tT**'1 Work* in l4*Mi «u«i.locliukc liglu 4. a W* 1 ,r* PhUAW- ninn»l»«tii»hif «rew Bib #l«l, C»»-l I run r«noiit4, Knlllngf. S»»lT«, niw, Uulidlug Window W'«i|(bt#,ete. Stove, CHICAGO, Att^ast 4, TW1. WIIF.AT-W'ititer, quiet Xo. o re(J 8t0V£4 8tove Repairs- Ia fMMt wrtiltte, B*wle, Qntal, f|«e **1 JtML Thrrsher* -and Reaper Kepalrt, C«MlMlly (Mi II*®4* *r»»» nnd Iron r«»tinaa ff »»»ry ttm il|iH— S*1' t»«rt»r k*pnlHnff don« PFDUI|SJ| AU Work Warranttd. third TM l«(|.' Sl.Tw.'SSuSl..^ 4 CHUM