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Dubuque Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 27, 1869, Dubuque, Iowa THOMPSON JONES 1 Democratic State Ticket. For" Governor: GEORGE of Wapello Ccnnlr. 'For Lleutftnt Governor; A. P. RICHARDSON, ofClayton KorJudceof the Supremo Court W.F. BRANNAN, of MuKoallne County. VOL. XVI. FRIDAY MOtlNING. AUGUST Democratic Co. tJonvcntion. A Convent lou of Ihe Democracy of JDuhuriuo county will bo held at tbo Court HOUHC. lu September 9tn, (Thnrnduy) at lo o'clock A. M., for the purpose ol nominating rHlull- dateft for tho following offices County Auditor, County TreaHtirer, fiherirr, Superlntoudeutof i'liblic lustnu'llmi. County Surveyor. ('oronor. Drainage CoiuinlKMlonor. Senator, KourKepreuentatlven In the atuti- l.t-xlsla- tnre.audforaucholher bu8lne.s.s an uiay pro- perly oomo before tbo convention. Tlie several township! will be entitled lo 0110 delegate for evory twenty-five democratic votes cant at the general election, and onofor every frac- tion over half of thftj number. Aliio two dele. for each township In addition to tin above. Tllo number of delegates lo which eacl townxhlp will bo entitled will be as follows s Prairie Creek............ d Whitewater.__.._...; s Cascade...................... THbie Vernon..................... Taylor........................ The Tetupernnce Slandiird lasuos u dully froJii Mnrslmlltowii. Oroon trnsli i.q causing ciiiiHlilprablu bickuuMi nunr Independence. IFiiHtaclccd grain has by rain, in Hardin county. The Delaware county of radicals assi-mbltK at Delhi to-morrow.- Griswold college, at Buvoiijiort, com- tnencts lliul. John I New Wine..............n I Peru........................... I Jefferson................ Concord......_........ 7 liberty..................... tnwuohlp committees are reuucuteil to hold their primary meetings on Saturday, tbo Mill day of Augukt, and nominate dolesxu-s to atlond ttie convention. CUAK.M.DUNBAB. Chairman Dem. Central Committee, Jones County. A convention of the democracy of Junes Co. IIIHII. Is hereliy called al lown. mi Saturday. Uepleoiber llth 1 Sty. all o'clock p m..to numlnolu fur the several of- i-es to Ixi Oiled nt tho ennnlui; election; and to liftUKUct such othej business as may come he- fore convention. Theratloof representa- tion will be the bam o ns heretofore. W, W: T.O. Uem.fo Com. Delaware County A convention of the demoeratK of Ilo'uware oounty will be held HI Hail. In Man- Saturday the llth of September next, tarthe purpoAoof putting in nomination candidates for; representative and comitv ofllc-es. The ratio of reprwontatlon will Lo the same OH ut tho last county conveullon. J. H.PKrKKX. ______________Chairman Dem. Cent'l Com. to be (us aic .stronj, Newtan, J.spor county. Wvnluesdav. .Hi.pt. t. at 2o'clock, p.m. Oeo. Gllliuipy's Appoint- 1 naentft. llon.-ueorito Olllaxpy, democratic candldato Mr Governor, will address tho people at the following limes and places: I si CrlnneJI.Powe'shlolc co. ThnrMiljy. at 2 o'clock p. m. Marengo. Iowa county. Friday. nt'J o'cioclc m. m.: -4 Iowa City, Johnson count v.Saiurdiiy. Sept. p. m. r., .sent, ah, at7J4o'cIook p. in. Diwonporl, Scott county, Tuesday. Sept. 7th at m. Clinton, Wednesday, Kent. Bth. HL m.x O linlvIew.Jacknoueonnty.Tliurndaj'.Kjpt.oth at 1% p. m. Duouque, Dnbuque county, Friday Sept. loth connty..Saturdny Sept lllhntTXp. m. Council Irottawatlamloeouuty. TIK-K- duy Sept. nth; at 2 p.m. Glenwood; Jlll.s county; Wednesday Kept. I5th at Z p. m. Hamburgh, Fremont county. Thurftdny Sept. Kith at 2p. m. Atlantic. Cuss county, Friday Kepi. 171 hat J p. m. Moines, Polkeonnly. Saturday Hept. 1Mb at '2 p. m. Bonapartn. Bnren Monday Sept. '-Xlthatsp. jaf I. Keokak, county, Tuesday, Hept. 21st at o'clocK p. in. fort-ModiSfln, Leo county. Wednesday Hept. 'J2d at S p. TO. Burlington. Dw county, Thurxday Sept. ZM at Mt. PJeajianl. co. Ilonry county. Krldny. Sept. Falrfleld, Jefferson county, Saturday. Hunt. p.m. Albla. Mouroe county, Monday. Sept. 17lh ot 2p.m. Charlton, T.QCM county, Tnenday, Sopt. ISth m. Oceola. Clark county. Wcdneiday, m. Afton, Union county. Thursday, Sept. "JHh m. i pleaae copy. LATEST XEWM. The great international boat race be- tween Harvard and Oxford comes off Loughrldge, member of congreio from ItiB Fourth district, published a list appointments 'for radical speeches, ronimeuclug at Albla. Hon. David McDonald, judge of tho 1'ulted States district circuit of Indiana, died at his residence in Indianapolis on the 25th inst. Ho was Iu his sixty-lifth year. i On nod after Sunday evening; 2Sth daily express train, composed of ailver palace and sleeping cars, will be run between Chicago and New York, making the time in twenty-nine hours, going via the Alleutown nnd Ft. Wayne routes. Nathan James Clifford, late clerk of the United States circuit court, Masaa- chuwtU district, and (ton of the Hon. Nathan Clifford, associate justice of the supreme court or the United States, at Augusta, Maine, on the IGth inst. 'Fhe president, it is announced has postponed his return to until Mouday nest, BO that there will be no uabiuel meeting ou Friday. The regular cabinet meetiug will be held ou Tuesday, the 31st. His. present iutcn- tlon appears to ba to leave about the oJ of September for Saratoga and Luke Cieorgo; where -he will spend a few daj-H. The 'prolonged dniiijjnt is Bernuisly felt In New York. The board has issued a notice, urging economy in .the use of water, and unless there ralu goon, the water will he cut ofl'frora several large aud other large consumers. There is nosurplun in the reservoirs, and tho cotiMimptlon fully the quantity dulivereil Ijy tln> aqueductB'. Many paper mills Ui .New York and New Kugland have Btopped, and price of paper is advancing. Claima against the SZO.'OOO of Fcniun money in Hie hands of Bane, at New York, amount lo nearly S30.000. JameB W. Fitzgerald, of Cincinnati, hue brought suit on behalf of himsplf imt! others. fur which they ed .to. .and- almllar suiu aru being preferred by parlies here and In Philadelphia. ..Lawyers Intrust- in the Cise have made an unsuccessful attempt. to have a portion of the umiu y wt Mlde for counul its eleventh yptir, September Koley'.s bouse, in-tii' ilcjiol, ill Manchpstor, wna Htrnck by llRhtnlnfj' last Sunday ovt'iiIiiK. The McHregor News say.i tlial il i-i reportftl Hint a iiewxpnprr is In lio'Htnrt- <-d at ijtruwburry Point. Ttie town conneil of Kalln have levied a lax of four mills on tho dollar for eorjioratiou iinrjiopcH. Two frelRlit collided ll Jlocl: lelntuMlond, ncarDen Moinpx, o Tiic.H !ny. No serious dnniaije iloiie. The Delaware'county' Union asks U'liich ilmll bo done ThbsUite regl late the railroads, or the railroads regu Lite tho state'.'" That (Jej-iM.ild somo what upon the character of the me oleetiHl nt members to tho legislature. Dttvohport expecta a visit from Grunt at the fair vines this fali, for two reu HI..I Dr. Burtis has him the ,.f Iiotel, am the other, tlmt tht-u an; horses at Hie fuir. Tht-se inducements. Superintendent liunuuy, of ilic In sane Asylum at Mt. Pleasant s.iys, thu the institution is overrun and cuuao receive hopeless cases until relieved bj tho new asylum ut Independence. X patients must be sent without notice In advance, und an answer Unit they eui be received.___________ 31 fc" MWA'FiriiV K. This is the day set for the iiiternntion al boat race between Harvard and Ox- ford ou the Thames. A great amount of interest is frit in the issue on both sides of the ocean, and for that reiumo everything relative lo it is greedily de- voured by tho public. We append the latest dispatches in full from thcMe.it of War, except such as may be found iu our telegraphic columns: LONDON, AUR. 2.: J ho Harvard and Oxford I'nivein crews were out only made short trips up und down the rivet. Tho to-day have been practicing xlarts. They Imve decided to use Ki- Holt's boat for tho race. Walter Krown. who recently arrived hero with Tyler, will assist at tho start. Kulley confi- dently lumens Hint tho Hnrvurdti mtibt win, und ihlnks the match will be vir- tually liuiaiiod before Iho Uiacs reach Uamniersmilh bridge. Jtrown also de- clares his belief that thr Americans will oomo in first. Belting to-night stands to 1 on OxfonN. Tho arrangement for a mateli be- tween and lUMiforlh buve noty.-t lu-i-n lirown dorliiifH to IM.V iln.- 'i'yni', lindiiiK that ilvi-r lull he hii.s no ol jerlions the Thiimes. will probably accept Urown'.i challengf. to row on the latter river. Tho Times, on Iho boat raff, sa3's Good assert that the Hurvards show signs of over-training, lllver wa- termen, however, favor the idea th.-it they must win tho race. linntmen gen- erally are divided, tho inujnrity hein-< in favor of Iho Oxfords. Tho London llowingclub givo a bau- on Monday evening to the- gontlu- men forming tho Harvard and Oxford crews. THE BV TEiEQUAPH. Nliililon ornliniilt. CitHb Account SSO.OdO Prom Ibo Now Yorlc WArld. AOR. 21. Considerable excitement has'been oc- casioned in Yonkers by the allfgeii dis- covery Unit Mr. .Stokes, cashier of the banking house of F. Morris Co., had decamped, and that he was 11 de- faulter to tho amount of forty or fifty Ihousand dollars, and perhaps a much larger sum. On Saturday morning last, Mr. Stokes informed tho Messrs. Morris thai he desired to go to New York to iiu-et some members of his family, whom he cxpvcted were 'coming down the Hudson river on board of some steamer. The request excited no suspi- cion whatever, as ho had been away under similar circumstances on previ- ous occasions. But on Monday herjailed to make an appearance; Tuesday also passed without Mr. tjlokes showing himself, when tho Morris brothers be- gan to fear something wrong, "Ou Wednesday, one of the firm came to New York, and proceeded to look after certain securities which wero deposited hero as n reserve iu case of any emerg- ency that might arise. It was, It is said, soon ascertained that Mr. Stokes, who was fully invested with authority, to obtain and convert them into funds, if necessary, had already converted the securities into available funds, aiul, as alleged, appropriated them to his own use. Ou the return Mr. Morris to Yonkers, and after a consultation with his brother on the subject, it was de- cided to close the bank nud proceed to Investigate tho true state of their lu'Uirs, which they have uot yet completed, consequently tho exact aoiouut of Mr. StokiV defalcation has not been ascer- tained. The Messrs. Morris are said to have received a letter from their cash- ier, dated at'aomo place In Canada, sot- ting forth that ho haa lost tho amount in eomi- unsuccessful stock-jobbing spec- uluticjuc. Mr. Stokts is about fifty years old, IriH a wife, aud 11 number of interesting He-has held responsible positions of various kinds sinco he was llilnecn years old. He had previously held the poHitionof cashier in a number of hankn, the Patchen bank, of Buflalo. Thu Morris brothers had known him since'they were had the utmost in his integ- rity. It is believed that those-persous Who have been transacting business with the bank will not loso anything, but tlmt tho entire amount of tho alleg- ed tlefiilrution will fall upon thy above- named bunkers, who will wind up the attaint of the bank ns quickly and as iiulctly us possible, for, although they might, bo nblu to sustain tho loss, they are of the impression that a breath of suspicion once rui.iud against the bank, its usefulness IK yoni-. lulled by -INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. L'U. James MoKey and Henry Arnold, farmers, residing ncarGruoucttBtk', Ind., were instantly killed by lightning trrday p. in. Ttu-y wcro at work ou Hi.- farm, some distance- from tho house, whi-ii, a Hlioworcoming up, they sought shelter under a treo which was struck by lightning. Kolentlflo AKftnulnflon. Maes., Aug. 20. Tho American association for tlie ad- vancement of science adjourned dlo yesterday after elp.ctiui; oftlcers for the ensuing year. 'Prof. Wm. Chauvo- uet, of St. Louis, was chosen president, and Prof. Jos. Lovorlng, of Cambridge, permanent secretary. THK UOAT RACE. Tlie Orc'at lutcriintlonnl PrecHa- ilonn AicnlnHtjroiil Condition or Youic, Aug. 2fi. Oeorge Smalley telegraphs the I rilnino, from London J saw the Harvard crew last nlght'for the lirst time after n fortnight's absence and was delighted to observe a marked improvement In their style and Both crown made to-day their last row over the whole course which they will take before the race. A difference of thirteen seconds is reported in favor of the Oxfords, but it-is -not the Oxfords having' taken "a back start- Ill order to get up a good F...th crews exhibit great-power. Tho style of tho Oxford crew is unquestlona-' lily tlie better of tho two. Its crow is heavier, aud their pace extraordinary. Ihe Harvards, however; are In superb condition and perfectly confident. The JB far from constantly and tlie number of nworii never grealer thau-unw. He.hoped dissension iu. llila. couiHrv WBH about ended. Important innttrrfi are Bald, to be uudor consideration ;ind congress! Is 'still in session thin ovehiiiK.' DrowneiU Aft-lileut Cnmp OiircAcio, 1 hero were seven deaths in tliis olty from violent causes yosti-nluy. All were casualties except oue, u oime of of Mrs. Hawks, u'recently who took'- twelve groins of marphltiH on account, It' is supposed, of domestic .un' A boy, ten years old, Harriet, fell Into tho lakt .am! waa drowned.. named "Wiii. while finning vard lueu have oetcrmined to use the uew boiit buiH'for.'theia by-Elliott wlnol) carries them' better and makes greater than-any other they have trued. No trouble or auy klud is feared but tvury -precaution has been taken against foul play, and n strong guard is kept constantly over the boat. The Harvard crew have spent the last two nights ut the Sturgls House. They wiah mo to contradict the English statement tbat they have adopted the English stylu. All the crow say they pull the same stroke as last year, but for all that they show un immense change for the better. There'scema to have been a llt- tlo trouble .about the referee, and -the Oxfords wanted to change, but the Har- I um glad to say, very 'properly stick to Thomas Hughes. In conse- quence of this Mr. Chilly refuses to act as umpire, not willing to servo under HUKUGH, and tho. probability is tlmt jhere will he no umpire ut all, but Mr LiuglH-o will bu selected as tho sole re- feree. This is the'best arrangement bv all odds tbat could be made. Every- thing has been done to secure a clear course and a fair race, and they appro- lend no interference by outsiders and 10 obstruction of .the river by steam- boats and barges, as often been the cu.se heretofore. Neither crew has done uucli work to-diiy, and to-morrow they vili do none at all. Tho headquarters f the Harvard men havo been crowded vith vibitors, among whom, yesterday very Charles Ksado, Minister Motley ttitijumlii Morau, secretary of tho legation, J. H. Dudley United Btates consul tit Liverpool, aiiii nil o( whom will return for tho act'. .LATKR. LONDON, Aug. '20. 1 he excitement In regard to tho boat ace between the Oxford and Harvard rews to-morrow continues to grow and lit- merit of the crows form the general uf conversation. Tho general feei- ng among sporting reporters is that the nco will ha a most spirited and well ontcsted one. There is still a little ettiiu; at of two to onoon the Ox- T.ATKST. LONDON, Aug. -26. I'lii- Harvard and Oxford cirew.s have lily practiced starts "to-day. The El- uii, in which the Harvards have de- (leil to row the match to-morrow is 44 st long, 21 inches wide at tho -widest art, and S inches deep'. Depth over 11 11J inches. Depth of forward. 7 icheo, and depth aft 01 inches. She built on a draft and model brought ram Now York, and is purely of Amcr- her frame work aving been brought over with the rsw; Tho oars to be used were made t Ay ling. The following are the weights of both .IB they stand tb-day (E. jyinan, 155 pounds; Simmons, 171 ouutls Loriug 154 pounds wruhaoi pounds. Oxfords.r-Derbyshlre: ir.9 oiinds; Tlnne, 187.'. pounds; Tarbo- oiijjh, IGfli M pounds; Hall 101 on nds. Gulsion, captain of the London liow- ng club; will be umpire for the Har- ards, and Chilly will-probably act in iac capacity for tho Oxfords. Mr. Ulakie has been chosen as start- r, uiid Sir A. Paull "will probably bo ;reed upon as judge. Tho Oxford men areconfldentof win- ing, but the Americans arc hopeful. Simmons Is again.slightly Indisposed Mr. Blacltio has written a letter to ic publication on Saturday, roteatlug against the comments'of the' English press In regard to the Harvards tyle of rowing, and against assertions especting an alteration in that style, lo.declares that their stylo now differs n no respect from that which they al- ays practiced at homo. Tho Pull Mall Gazette, of this evcu- ng, says "If tho Harvards are beaten will be by Iho best crew ever seen on 10 .wiiioh would make, ion work of the fastest Henly-crew. hero need bo no fear but that ttie race Henry Sfernor, a -carpeii'ti-r was drowned while) bathing. Two men w'ore-siinstriirk, whom died, and the other in Iviuc in critical condition. A carpenter fell from n Hunch stcepli on Norlh GreVn fctreet, and was Instant- ly killed. Henry.Keiitfcr, an employe cif Lill'.- brewery it dead from heart
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The Sisters tender their Rlncere Ihnnkn in 10 public for tbo liberal heretotoro xlouOed Diem, ftud beg to announce ml Ibuy vire uownddintf estcnRlve their nnilare prelmiul toaccom. permanent IIH well IIH Imli-dny All the brnnchCH of a nawcll UK rnnmeulAl education, will be lauuhl. and very facility for tte comforl nnd neulol pupllR All pnynionl. required nnrtflrly in ndvniir.o. Fur icimit. Ac. resa SUPERIOHFiiS, SI. Joseph'u Academy, Feb. Institute of St. Mary's. uiler the direction of t'-o School Sisters cXotru Damc.ntTKrR Dns MORTKS. Jnek- on lown. 1st. UoiiatunP.O] and lultlon lu KiiRllsli mml orman. plnln nail faucy needle work and vo- al music, bed and beddlug 00 lano per qr................................................ jo oo mtar do G 00 ulr worli and llowi-r-maklnit per ENSSELAER POLYTECNIC IN- XV STITUrE.Troy.N.Y. Very thorough limructlon In Civil and Jlin- S Engiueertue, Cbomlstry, Metallurgy, and alural Science. Urndoaies obtain dcalroblx osltlons. He-opens Sepu S. For tbo Annus.1 eclster. KlvlDK lull Inlorniatlou.addross 1'rof. Ties Urowne, Aua. 3-J4tv URNISHING GOODS' PBING OF 1869. OLDEST dc X.A.RGKST YANKEE NOTION ZE3I O TJ S IS THE. XOBTI1 WEST. IMPORTEltS JOUHKKS OF OREIGN AND DOMESTIC ITancy G-oods, ankee Notions, Hosiery Gloves SHXB.TS A Uoop Skirts, Corsets, Parasols Wilh a complele liuoorwiillo CJoods, con- Hllnic fh part of Jaconetti, Swiiioi. Nansooki, tripcd Camhrici, Victoria Lawni, Book Mtulinv, Table Linoni, Wo Invite tho loan examination of 10 mostcompletofjtoclc of tho above line of oodn west ot Now York. overy artlcli', wltha OUNTTO CASH AKDSIIOHTTIMK UDTKKA. articular attention will bo paid to fll- H, aud KaliKfaclloUKuarantced. 43 Flrnt. nnd 144, and Floor, Mnin St., BTTBTJQTXE XOWTA. ULOVKR 8MOCK. NEW GOODS! atest Styles ami Low Prices! JACOB OBERNDORF, '.t.fns, Honrc's Old Staud.l Wholesale and lleltill Dealer In EIA-TS! Gents' Furnishing Goods, No. lai BXain St. Cor.flth, Dnbiiqne, Xowa, April 17-d7.________________________.__ AX. m. AKOTTIiTOir, ATTORNEY AT BrlcU Office, The allenlton of Country AferohuU IH especially Invited, and Batlsf.ction In all rospeolH guarantcert. GIVE US A CAIXI THOMPSON May 20-ds! JONES MA IX THE REASON WHY the isoa NOT ONE HASEVE.i FAILED ENTIRE SATISFACTION of every CHARTER OAK STOVE IH FUM-Y UUAKA.NTBKD. And wherever known They Stand Unrivalled FOU ECONOMY. HOK DUKABIUTV, And CONVKNIKSCE. For Slmpllrlly itt And for 111 Cooklnff, They are Home Instiiuiions. Manufactured tn the nnd to Ihf wuntH of WESTERN SOUTHERN PEOPUE. Surely, no Rood can nftord to wllhout one. FOn I'RICB LIST. ADDRbvt Excelsior Manufacturing Co., 612 4 CU NOltTH MAIN STHKET, ST. LOUIS. 3iO. C. MASON, MavaJ-eod.to-Cm __ lows WESTPIIAI. A ITI.VDS, 76 and 73 Main Street. Dnbnqce NVliolehuIo Agricultural Impleui y.its All kludKOf KHrmiiiir'JVioiN. DUBTJQTJE PLANING HILLS IMl'OllTANT I'O LUMBER BUYERS. We have added our Sew Machlueiy to FOR PLANING AND and liavlns Completed n SWITCH TRACK, Zioad Cars Drcct from machines, attholieast Ur pease. AND NO DAMAGE TO 1.UMUKK. PRICES REASONABLE, And Always aa as the Lowest, Our Teams arc Kcady to Draw Lumber from any point. Don't Full to examine our Superior SADLER 60FF, 46 MAIN C Importers nnd Wholesale do A Lu O O J3L Eilt China Glassware, SILVER PLATED WARE; Chandeliers .and Lamp AVOOD WILLOW WARE. Bird Cages 4 Bahy Carriages. Original Crates of nsnortetl W. u. Wureof al. Iho leading manufacturers. on hand and at the t BatM and Beit CHAMPAGNE CIDER. nave yon Irleil Tnrcl: nunlo'a Older? It Is onoofthe picasantvat nnd btallb- lent of drinks, especially tliln sprlUE wehlher-'' when 11 V difficult Dnd nny thing plfanlnt lo tho taste. It Is a particularly cool and pleA- saiit drink, mill. IH taut winning way on IU bevnraRe.. lueave Ht me offlje ofllii' Laflin Powder Company, Jane 4-dx- M MAIV
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