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Dubuque Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1876, Dubuque, Iowa fe u ft roil SAMUEL J TILDEN THOMAS A l 1110 u tin Trillion n-1 tho 01 on At will btf ol ihli to btt in lit THAI li ono tot hnn IT of ftf t U fly TOWI tot fur In Thw will nt town at thrno who In Mi of who w inn ur M to I Ulo 0 At rori tif Unn In trll biu who in lit ui to utly with u Or of METEOROLOGICAL REPORT I NOpt 21 lor tho ary followed by otor with tn tbo cant nnd warmer or Cloudy Hon John 1 Irish U fjr In tho 1 mil Am lag nt county next Tho t cotl nro forcott by their to ol vutt nnd thoro to tho will tia winter lly Iho republican him n now tho M Tho not bo 10 to con- damn their own work Honry lint no to of I Iio of anil ni an that horn now member of od lo nnd he n liant allure Huxley of In York lull wero mainly to Iho of n which It to with A of thu order In point ol In City Mo It by nml movo In ho beat nml who spend In tbo richly furnished tho of and lovon up nod winning or money Tbo nlr of which Iho tho nnd Ilio moul of tho of played within Its makes It Tho nro In der o whether U li boil for lo tbo Of tho government to go lo They do not like tho Idon of up Iho nnd nro hat ahall n with nud that tho young men ahnll vult Indian Territory nnd mako n report nt lo what kind of n country It lo Uro In Tho outcome Of with Iho pence will probably bo lint will lu and that they to go to tho n Indian war will TILDEN'S INCOME Letters from Congressman Hewitt and Judge nott It The Malicious and Perjury Charges Completely Refuted A Thorough Vindication of Governor tKrrcii H Sept 8 Ill of Iho national to tho public the following letter which ho had ad- to 1 J nmos 1 re- garding Iho chargei of fraud mado by the Uov TIIK York fur prior to 1373 had boon tbg ul Uov bo a for the ult private At culminated lu the ot R talao ot hla la Hr dint of of of Itomi mid thl of actual It to Din to apply to Ibo ury lor ol ro- aud ou day ol I application Tbo baa nw Iho poor Moan ot Uov bavo apparently bnd froo aucott to and bavo boon to MO of Ka rtl 1 thla foot to American no reply from tho wbn to rogard In custody an bald In trunt fur tba republican party and not for tbo 1 a noto to r who waa ol Uov during Ibo In tho law IcK an tax In force HIM TO ot year by Ibo mo with mob In bla ry with tbo would on- him lo supply t thin duy bla a lull nnd tbo ut tbo Ula to lao 13 01 In to 11 to uro two only one of U entirely and Ibo of la only partially U Nu Ilio return wna of tbo not ol toluol paid nad Ibo Ibo law linn lo If exception bo lukou to luttor oa in- that U not n tailed ot IUP upon rolurn ol Ml Ilia lo tbu of tbo d men mndo ammonia ur now Iho or bavo tbo upon mailo If i not in ino not know of nny In mty moro of fivot would boon nnd I full to why Ibo In bo bia boon by a body ol follow bo Hold to from tun of bla lain S National Commit Now York IIOM In reply to Mr Mr tout tho View YOKK Sopt law HON 1 havo your with a cop ol tbo ol Sopt 8 In lo Mr roturn lor and bavo takon tbo iMiKHxnmonu would to aond you Ibo Information you t wa in Sir law tbo by tbo of tbo nnd than than Air nnd with Iho bli my lo koop or uf thorn at was lo you rofor nnd on Ilio front Ml Win In col- nro fao nf Mr lor Ibo year for 1 havo and Iruin my personal Und it rAMK IS Tbo Ural totou In lUla fibrillation my tbo In- Tho gold fever ban broken out again lu Ol Iho return li Si of n minor who o havo out from hit lu n year and who boon brought from Iho ty of In tho mino period of tho lor tho metal nro od lo bo clearing up from 5100 to per day Making duo for U la found In tho Hills In but moil not go In of It tiniest ato amply provided with Iho HO of IDC VOL XXIV DUBUQUE IOWA FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 22 1876 NO 7456 of Gov lax tor no nno by ono and and to that thoy wore nil or all by of Mr before put In print Tbe and Horn Salary ai and of tho ex- cept to and It the only ono ol the whole 1.1 ot which bo Hold At tho on Uov ju to hit taxable Income lor WAV at If on that ho bud from tho yt Alton railroad company in boDdt that year charge It nnd now that It bat boon tbat the complaint in tbe St Alton Turre tun that bondt woro not up tn Ibo tbe to have boen abandoned even oy tbe which at- lor tbo laot tn tho report of Uio alto litlo to Mr but In In the of tbo anil no COULD MOT AMY VAKT OV II IB In II proper tbat n ro- lurn bo to bo u can bo abown to bo Thla hat been made by TUo and older from day to day It In Ibo of 13 of uru wholly or mainly Rollout While Tho wat thue Into tbo ol It tueme to havo ad rant And Tho fuel li TUK TUB altor taking For that every my knowledge Ibo ol tbo which by tho davit of ono who fur moro than A itineration bad a ao puro and that Ibo 01 hail hilled lo touch the ol n Kroat party Iio had become their lor tbe In tbo Kill of people In lo Iho two of Mr made no return bU tux In of lur hla made by anil ho hold lo under law by tho ol tbu TUK TKK to take Ibal and why a man option Mr dim received no favor Irom and uono lie illil but pay All on him All tax nod be bold without lor law ful On the After woro he believed at of paying loin than would havo been tho lull but accounting Ho In that war to be exempted from the tu A ol ID ho anil of and In which ho au and alto lo bo exempted Irom tbo responsibility of ad- on applicable to uncertain and tbo And violent ol Law ol real were by which often or or application and It wan nut ble to muko n return on a doubtful or puled theory or In contradiction to oven mado In ol Iho youm JAMKS r RADICAL THIEVES Reported by to Iho United States Sarute TELEGRAPHIC MISCELLANEOUS FLASHES State Meeting of cratic Union to Be Held Oct 6th at Indianapolis A National One to Be Held in Albany N Y October 19th T The Meeting of the Boys In Blue and Hayes Slid to It by Letter About the Peace New Owi Sept Tho ing IB ft Irom Madrid that tho of the U S t'runlcliu bound to deliver Wm It Tweed to of him back to Gon iho order for departure from haa been Tho Franklin Is now at tor proceeds to Vigo to Uko Tweed who in now closely confined in tho fortress Col Castro on board her deck VOIt SAN Tho oi the district havo nominated G J speaker of tho assembly lut for congress MATCH N Y Sept 21 In tho first part of morning tho weather was with a wind dead Irani tho targets but before tbo shooting commenced tho wind ated and the sky became clearer lowing Are tho Individual scores of tho American team at 800 yards 71 Wobor Minn IM Fulton 70 W Uutbbono 70 Total -100 Ul loynt Ul HO m Total KM Tin of tho 000 yards ranBO tho USC and Iho 309 Tho American load at tho cud of both by 32 Individual at JOO yards ol tbo w loot lo It 11 lo up ol la In ardor la Ibo reader Idea that Itoma had boon to ono or bad In account Ida Horn VJ lii lor and olo but tho word o Horn It mado nnd nml w ib do and Iho third Hem aim another hut Maroh I for etc tint while In Ihn Hum tbo word loot and In lo boloK copied fronti tomo real Tho lint tlx Item of lo connected with tbo Korl Wayne nnd a o thai prior in and Iho year USX a nl Ibo Now the It Ihal no at aro contained In theno and no ono ol ban evor boon mado Ibo by from from from a Bunker duo Iho on out ot from lo Juno II Soil M Soldon t 11 Darlington Drew ail 71 ai obor lion Total J II John I J 11 A TB ai U Total duo from nut ol Irom to June 11 C Sao any Individual or Mr corporation Tho democrat lo con- vention will bo hold nt on tho Intl nnd others will bo liken by lor a tho round trip Tho train nl 8 SO n anil at at 11 10 An on- and haa boon edby to rolurn to whenever Iho It over A political will bo bold at In Iho nt fred lion It lion L nnd John T aro to Tho Idlers of of Ibo superior court of New lion Abram S IhU morning Iho nnd chargo of perjury trumped up den by Decoy nnd Iho Now York Times tho ing lawyer In during tho war nnd Iho ot Mr whatever lor tho of ol upon tho Wayno and railroad WM and A railroad four nnd built in by three mil woro Afterward Mr Ibo In lew It bad Inn allot which had boon maue nnd tin In In ly ami lo thU labored nod moro laboriously A lawyer ordinarily doen In to any caio from early part of Tho ino and Sulla ol were oarly In Iho bad 10 by June ol nnd aalo woro The road wna on tho ol her nnd laken undor tbo aale Ol not bo c II J Swool 111 Uoa Iowa A II Kj Ky W Ky W N W II Now York Ueo W Now York Philadelphia A W Tonn 810 M M 10 Bl 381 05 01 03 IS 41 -2 oo of unsecured nnd bad boon nnd nor until of creditors ol ISCS iho ro- or Mr who win coin i bo m AOfa to moot bad never before hero or In land hAd In lour tho and with tho labor nl Jlr clone nf tbo tear on account ol railroad tbo wero and be lor tbo Aa A It not or The tax law on Iho of January which bad before that waa exempt from operation I IT In tin the loual of thla Income M due the United SUiot by ex of tho V A Wilton Tow a tend W T lo 1870 Ot UbaN lo John lo Now Albany to J Vl lo J M Humphrey N O collector lo L u Fla Coito SI polled to to bltu of of Ibo to n copy ot tko from tho lo loin tho of Iho lion N Tho of snil Ilia K upon tbo or mi moro Mid refuted by own lubora In yoart when no tnx Tbn rule on thlt tub waa early declared and by tbo revenue It- nnd IN WITH In lion S tbu Uio ol Internal prepared n Manual ol direct and lax Mr lary approved nnd Tbe manual ol tho ol Internal of Income thould ol tho year litre n D C collector 73 St Marki 1 7 Oil 0 1.810 ff u -I 760 U U Ala u U W toy St Louli Mo U H Coopor Tonn Ky o K Va 320 W 11 Daniel Kla loo A col- K N Y tor It W loolor Ma J M New collector 1ST W J Han Clowe yut M Total NXW AT TUB Sept 21 Tho nco to-day exceeded any previous ay in tho of the ex- Over ad missions was up to 1 This Is New ork day and the trains all tbe rim itno tho city Wow Yorkers Not nly railroad trans- lu ilo utmost but to the grounds for the rst time waa At 1 clock this afternoon Ibo cash OUB amounted to thus IK tho attendance the 11 rut half of tho ay greater than any entire uay otoro will bo no formal at Iho the only to formality being Gov at tho Now York stato build IK this CONVENTION AND Sept 21 Tho nil tailors national reform association avo to day issued a call for a grand tais convention of soldiers and alters in favor of reform In tho onal to bo hold lu Mbany N Y on Thursday October 0 In Iho Interest of Tildon and ricks The call Is signed by the with Major ral as president f Tho succeeded to-day iu ringing lied Cloud and hla people to ouncll Among tho prominent In- dians present Cloud Little Wound Swift Boar Rod Leaf Tall Sitting Bull Pretty Crow Young Man Afraid and Quick Boar Many cers from Camp attended the ouncll which two hours led Cloud mado the first speech Ilo aid li o nud his people woro willing lo give up tho Black country and 180 tn havo bU young men lako a to seo tho country spoken o tho commission Indian territory and If they report It as a good country people will consider It good 1 report it bad they will t bad Quick Ilear said when the young men got back from that country th Indiana would want to go to Washing ton with chiefs and In and have ix talk th real father before giving thla up Silting Bull I havo got a judg meut the agent Il ho lasue every ten days It Is all right but if h don't I will go north Young Man Afraid My father shook hands with tho great lather o the Platto river nnd was told thl country belonged to tho wan up in thU country to bo chief Tho have no coneor In tho country since 1 have boon her and havo tried lo do right I wlab t toll you I havo been since tho soldiers came here au sat down 1 wish you my who have brains and hearts to tell tn great father what my opinion la au what I havo I to tn young men going tho journey Imt w aro going to ask our groat father lo many Wo expect to have aud blankets as long as wo live Th groat lather bat not lived up to h lu put American tho had no hero If they wish i arrest anybody tbo country li wld Lot thorn no Thoro aro n great man rod men In tho north Let tho soldier arrest chein ou the pa of tbo Indians J Hod Cloud took Dr Howard and Jan Boswett them among the Indian an he wanted to do his r him aud go to tho southern country bin young men Ho wanted U Janls Hank Clifford Todd all Frank Sol way and N tj o ai Interpreters Bod Dog said the were not willing to sign any apor until tho young mm got back otn tbo southern country and they ad a chance to go to Washington and Ik face to face with tho great father Black Coal chief of tbo id hit people had an equal right with o Sioux to the BUck Hills and ould want their share of the lor lie wan willing to o and look at tbe Bishop replied to tho that the great father required em to a paper binding Ives to go toHu river If oy didn't go to the Indian territory they would no more e urged than to content at once to D ud go to tbe Indian upon the return of tho young en Gaylord followed to the me effect and urged prompt action n their part la order to secure rations tho future While ho was talking jilting to tho president ave a flue rifle last year broke up tho nncll saying there would be plenty ore days to talk were to tho Indians r a feul to-night Qad It is thought council may bo held III Sept n convention of the twelfth onal yesterday nominated K L Woodward CINCINNATI Sept the publican meeting to-night tbo s wero Interfered a mob who rew mud rotten fruit oic Tho procession was in co manner N U Sept 350 en laborers on the Manchester and coue railroad Into this city day armed with canes and ubn creating general alarm The house bell was id Central square was filled Tho men ere mostly Italians and tho ration was caused by tho failure ol to pay wages Tho men sited tho residences of out men identified with tho road auding and food aud lo burn the town If their de- were not compiled with The mid military aro under arms id will prevent violence Sopt Crook rived at thU evening nd Is now In council with Gon an who nas been awaiting him at that since Saturday last IN Sept ry ol tho called iu for ro- nothing new from the riot iu county United troops aro on the ground aud tho armed bodies 01 whiles and blacka aro reported to have dispersed There is no truth in tho report tbat a train from Savannah was stopped by bodies of armed negroes In consequence of a few spasmodic cases of yellow at of Augusta quarantine regulations against gers from that city Tbo quarantine wont Into to-day CRIME AND CASUALTIES Capture of Tour of the Robbers of One of Killed and Three Say Arc tlie Brox Two Robbers Believed to Be tho James Brothers Re- lieve a Physician Near Sioux City of His Horse and Pants A Han HI to Ktc of 5 20 bonda of May nud November yon SAVANNAH Va Sept oily to-day voted for tho aud rees nro being sent to attend tie ck Sept 21 parade la morning started at half past forty minutes in pausing Ith about men lu line Tbo ember Is cloudy with occasional hi rain but not enough to prove a Tho convention assembled at two clock with Gen Koyes In tho chair ho committee on organization ro one member for tbe executive and one vice president for stale Gen S A d the report of tho committee ou which was adopted Tho was COLUMBUS O Sopt 20 cn dters lam to my com- ol union aimy ut for hearty greeting bo men woo maintained the of and freedom on BO many battle are not willing Ibo of no war Imperiled by neglect or uel at Ibo example will Influential with an Intelligent and Jl Sept 20 on Jas A Commander Invitation too Into lor reply by letter 1 tny Inability lo bo My to and ra May hallott bo aa potent nn pro their upon land and tea 0 letters from Governor Morgan York August and tuo following from on E f Hoytt to leiu union iort my tbat 1 cannot bo with n Ihls happy 1 bopo tbo moot ox nl an many tie ninny parta may prove aa to hone aa It will prove a In and tbe country that all not In vain that they ao inch for tbo preservation and on of united U a Alter the reiding Gen Walter man of Now Hampshire was need and spoke at length Upon ho conclusion of his remarks there wero persistent calls for Col f Illinois who bad just reached tbe stand Ilo then lor an our and a quarter Gon ot Also 1 New and Jno C to 5 o'clock when tho adjourned Igbt before dark the people o Along tho lino of march for tho torchlight lon tho In tho part of ho city wore densely packed Tho recession moved at S p m and was n size about tho same as tho day larado Tho burning of colored lire audio aud rockets wai a prominent feature Ohio delegation in tho mooting hern to-day voted to hold a veteran soldiers reunion at Cleveland on Oct DEMOCRATIC A grand democratic maea state con- vention of union soldiers and m announced to bo lu this city on Oct 5th for tbo ratification of tho nomination of and appreciation of the work of the late session of tha democratic houto of representatives aud ally to thank them for their efforts to equalize the bounties of tho soldiers ot Iho union army All union soldiers In organized oodles or unorganized and nil democratic organizations iu other slates aro invited to come Tho name of Mr and a largo ber of of tho union army pear among tho list of those especially invited WANTS WASHINGTON Sopt general delayed his for Ohio to give to Gov Slates Senator son and other South Carolina upon tho of affairs In that is mado to tho government for troops to any outbreak that might occur and representations havo been mado that those already in South Carolina would not be sufficient for that purpose A letter ban boon received tho dent and referred to tho attorney general In which the tbat there are grava of serious trouble at attorney general gives tbat thing will bo done for tho of the public peace AUGUSTA Gm Sept is TIIK Special of the Sioux CITY Sopt of our Doctor wont north of hero on n professional and at 5 o'clock p m ho wan stopped by tho James Brothers Their intention at first was to shoot him but bo bogged off and made known his They kept blm until dark and ono of thorn ex- changed with him aud took bin horse aud set him free They then came towards Sioux City Sheriff Donald is with seventeen armed men Tho James Brothers aro well armed and say thoy will not bo taken alive Sept Dr ther ot thin place was on his way to visit a patient yesterday p m bo was overhauled by two of tho James and Younger Rang 8 miles northeast of here aud he'd ns prisoner from 5 o'clock p m till 8 in tho evening Tho robbers compelled blm to change his clothes and horses with them and among tho clothes they gavo him was pair of pants a bullet near tho right knee reports tho robber to whom tho pants belonged as badly wounded just above tho right knee aud thinks ho cannot stand it to travel much farther It Is thought the bers headed southwardly toward Iho C N W U K TIIK to tho CITY Iowa Sopt report roaches this evening said lo bo reliable that four of tho bank robbers were overtaken near Minn to-day One of tho robbers was killed and throe wounded Tho three wounded aro now In jail at Tho two highwaymen heard Irom near Sioux City last night aro supposed to bo tho two who became separated from tho gang in tho big woods is said that those two near Sioux City were gobbled but Ibo report is uot liable ST PAUL Sept 21 Press bas a from Medalla county an- tho capture of of tho robbern Tbo four captured are those lost track of in tho timber round Mankato two of whom aro supposed to bo tho noted Younger Thoy woto after a hard chase and brisk Interchange of shots Thoy wore considerably hurt one of them seriously WHO AHE ST PAUL Sopt robbers havo confessed to tho sheriff tbat thoy aro tho Younger but refuse to give tho namo of their dead comrade IS TWAIN La Sopt steamer K M struck a anng at Brean Point aod broke in two bo coming a wreck Tho freight wat mostly saved A Ky Sopt de- took at Georgetown 12 miles from the city this morning Tho court honno and seven business houses were entirely destroyed Loss Insurance TO DEATH NKW Sept terton said to ho a fellow kicked bis to death last evening In presence of two children a their residence 58 Second street sArr TRIAL Sept tho safe burglary trial to-day Whitely was by ton Tho testimony did not ma tor lolly from that given yesterday U C formerly of the treasury testified to tho intimate rein existing between liar and nnd said tbat on one occasion iu tho spring of 1874 ho telegraphed Whitoly to How York to como to Washington Bibcock wished to sc him came and had an intor low with Babcock nud ton J C WHS placet upon tho stand aud a nolle entered in his CMC Ilo testified a great length nnd tho history o now bo arranged tbo safe un dor instructions from Whitely Amon things ho Wo detailed tw mou to ascertain II possible whor tho newspaper obtained Iti Informa tion about district affairs aud report t assistant Adjourned 1 SAVANNAH Sopt interments to-day IU LYNCHED LOUISVILLE Sept Kooi man of wai lynched o Thursday morning from Iio had threatened t kill aud having a ready been found guilty ot murdo was dealt with as related No Information Is known THE CHARLESTON Sept arme negroes In Aiken county havo di at tho coming of a largo organ forco of whites and apprehension of fighting ore for th present but several attacks by negro upon isolated bouses reported and great proval throughout country Bob read wo So do the Arabian Nights FOREIGN he Turkish Army Sadly In Need of Food TUK LONDON Sept Times ade correspondent says that Servia believes In victory Tho Servian nry occupies a strong position g a semi-circle from and around to It is Turkt lack food A correspondent of tho ally News telegraphs that If tho wore for a should it bo surprised If starvation com- illed tho Turks to evacuate their AN Aug minister on reign affalri and thu Turkish bad au interview yesterday wero exchanged seem to show that the chances r au early are very substantial DOSS WILLIAM LONDON Sopt 22 special to tho from states that Wei Tweed was sent yesterday to nna whore ho was embarked for uba to be surrendered on bis arrival cro to United States officers TO BTO Tho Times Berlin telegram sayt the is ready lo accord tho prolonged provided Kusala suspends of officers and soldiers to ado There aro already ails In Servia Ky Sept cos to-day three-quarter ml lo dash r two year old was won by pring Brauch Belle of tho Mead 2.1 mo Tho second race handicap akcs all ages was won by 3 00 The next was tho selling race all OS mile and a by second Time Tho last live furlong dash for two ear old Eva Shirley won second Time THE BOSTON DRY GOODS STORE Opened the Immense Stock of New Goods AUK than over before known In thli cltr wo Invite your attention to our lock 01 DRESS S P KENT NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS Thompson Jones Duten lu NOTIONS Fancy Goods I Shawls Parasols White Gloves 682 Main Street DUBUQUE our STOCK com- largo of raw and den ruble we tho attention ol m lull our ability to tult THOMPSON JONES Sept Tho of tli o stato is in ot at the hotel Tbo small over sovon or eight being bis la not A political ch to follow tho dictates of s own conscience In tho matter of SALT LAKK In tbo urt to-day a delay of n daya before was pasted i Leo to him lo file grounds appeal Leo IB sail and threatening times is a rumor that be nds to moro tban la already Chas Gossage CHICAGO H B GLOVER CO SMOCK ana Jobbers of NOTIONS Goods 744 to 752 Main Street ELY CO Wedding Garments LADIES RIDING HABITS PROMENADE JACKETS per Wabash Ave cor Chicago Established 18511 PALMER BROS CO Booksellers Stationers Wall Paper Window Shades 560 Main Street CUMULATIVE HEALTH LIFT UK ALT II LIKT other the thli to Ua the ha of tbe to ol blood And Gentlemen EDUCATIONAL St Josephs College ST MO the very for H re ly ilr ol the ire Tue oa the am tn September anJ tbe flm of July Tuition per Cre IM W Vacation at o for further panic liri to DIME IOWA For Boarden nnd Day Scholars BY Sisters of Mercy DAY IN are at time ao to iloa The of In t ruction atd Tor Dice of tbo lo vot lu ao one city count for fall DAMK P O bor Ot Iowa New Fall Wo arc in dally receipt of especially from tho Full ot Rich bilks Velvets and ino Dross Goods ID ud combinations of coming and shall submit for in- now and choice in in aud Suits Street and Silk and Cloth ulars Dressei India ino Trimmings Ties Scarfs id Embroideries with au unequalled ot tho bent at the In all grades of our extensive lock Wo display in our Cloak and ult for tho pleasure of hone visiting tho city everything new r choice in design or material and BO- cit tho favor ot a personal inspection 06 108 and 110 State St O St TAILORING 630 Dean Co 630 to Clothi and A SPECIALTY ml other of tho lower bowel InS TAIN or Uic Knife Caustic or The treatment U 111 the frota hli an our Pa tie from country can be treated nd return homo tbo tamo day L Warranted in Every Case or Ko Pay DBS MITCHELL PHILLIPS CO 167 St Chicago III In Bankruptcy n tbe Court ol tbo U S for the ot IOWA In the matter of Lowia bink It hereby that a petition hat been In tall by Coha ol la the County of ana Huilo ol a tho March ill for untie r that tho 17th of October A D 110 o'clock I u tt lor thu or do tamo at a bankruptcy B ft Poor of court in loom No 1 Iowa n mid ana all o o woo and IK i in may attend ami how uiui i lr any tho aid aot Us 11 U IOVE U.S Iowa VAN A ye Of bo tho DUBUQUE 20 And on of each yilEK CA Physician ng to use or lo liace purchased our are as the treat ment is known only to our Jinn Original Notice o David Tou nro beroby that thoro la now on In tho of tho of town lu And for Iio petition ot Uaria J you i fiom tho of of bat appear thoro to ana dcfonil.lK- oie noon ol tbo da ot tho next of tald court that it noon of tho 7th dAy ol November A D ault will bo ontorod you anil for Plaintiff NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS Tbo Hook for In now ready fo tho Infection of Tax nt tho office 01 Uu at tho City anj will remain open until regulat the Cit Council la October next r O 11 It AN DT City Auditor SopU P A GOOD OPPORTUNITY lell th SKIRT and tho Toilet Supporter ror Minei Chi Kaay to ftn mil til cral mado by wld with Ilit OM of 60 aad Now Hickory and Oak AND anil Oik for sal KUN HOOP CO and Telegraph A full Commercial Life Init la cC a lo the y IKT of the tuition mosey in maril tie ance when be hare Operator on commercial or line Tor a low A Valuable Farm ol LaMotte County 20 Acre Timber tots St Academy by tie Sisters Order of St Dominic Grant In tie Un from 111 Irom I wa Ho la tbo State Tbe are f tbat air of wbich i ful influence intellectual Ihc Tae u tiy and with ill menu etc The will in St Clara Mound Co OF NOTRE DAME clre Dame Indiana an at wilt a coone n now tallycttab- will bfl on RoinJ an J tuition for P July w Hellmuth Colleges ONTARIO CANADA d tbo and to the and of at verT moderate and are ot C Is A B retail In GOODS call the attention of Milliners ami to our Woll Solicited Country ordon attended to Iowa EDUCATIONAL Rer CANON UTH LADIES COLLEGE Rer U A M A Reduction to on very term ol tbe Visitation t For wni Day ST JOHN'S COLLEGE Chion Conducted by tho Brothers OK MONTHS ami on Halt W Uav Benlor departments w w Juntor 15 pj V seat Ion at co nnd form extra charges able half yearly in In open to all The re- U the but will not baro their re- Interfered with Tbe next so in ton commences Mept BHO Director the Visitation Two oa tae fir ml or aro however admitted at any time tbo anJ only for tbe of belter u no to The Solid aad 11 ranch ror ror to ol Third fit Iowa LOUIS UW SCHOOL Tho regular tbU will open on Oct II Full two each deota admitted to thn ten lor on October w per term can library Q 203 North Lot tU Uo ST ACADEMY DAME The Sett Ion ouf h an 4 preparatory tho direction vf of aUl tad two Tocal tbe cal Air the tame principles form the o art cf embodied lo tnd of a tasse co u In tto or wao wba to St Co Uame BELOIT COLLEGE A for mca with
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