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   Dubuque Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1876, Dubuque, Iowa                               fe aifj. tf.M.IKu, u. n.CAa IIA.T1 ft OMtVHM, roil I'UKIII'KST, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, THOMAS A. EENDRIOKS. l 1110, IUvoluilr.it IHTIU u fr'.ro tin Trillion. n-1 llto tho livtn 01 MtiUrjrfor, on tnct'llhcf floi'lonitwr, At cvntrnt'nn will btf comtKMQ'1 ol lftMnrvl ihli ix-'tto to btt in lit THAI li ono tot hnn IT of ftf t U fly TOWI tot tcniier fur ic-mntor In Thw cwnvnotlon will CQAVRIIO nt town, at llo'ofvck Iwr, thrno who Mtiirmot In pftrtlclpntn Mi HAlwl rvifttilletf of intlr Dulillrtl who itnil w inn htcitttiy (ur M to I   Ulo 0( At" rori tif Unn In nirrciu [ttlwrnl olUol.il Hfo, whervovflr whrjanwr thtt trll biu Ix'an luvnltxitlon; nfi'l who. in ml- lit ui liera'u thnl to raniit utly with u( potl'lcj, ftnrlcMiy Or odlT of tn4 METEOROLOGICAL. REPORT UH'AUfMKNT, I WArilllNOTUN, NOpt. 21. I'robabimioi lor tho northwuit station- ary, followed by fallluK bnrom- otor, with norlnwcat. vccrlntf tn tbo luutn. cant wlmlt, nnd warmer, oltmr, or purtly Cloudy WOAtllpr. Hon. John 1'. Irish U pOKtad fjr nlno In tho 1 mil Am open- lag nt riyinouth, county, next Motulny ovoiitnir. Tho t cotl nro forcott by their iiecexllicn to illnpono ol' Iholr vutt etirpliin nnd thoro irooil rcn'on to bullovo thnt tho prlco oToouI will tia moilgnUuly choap ttio coniliiir winter. lly Ihotr proicripilvo inc.mircg Iho republican pnrly him umdo n "aolld now thoycomplnln bocnnno tho DOUIti M aollil thotn. Tho rndlcnU nhouM not bo 10 fruo to con- damn their own work. Honry Watlcrnoii lint no nniblllon to bocoino apoakor of I Iio lioino of tgiititllvc'i, anil nMorli ni an nrxumont nfalnit UluHolf that (horn novur biitoua now member of oonurosi od lo poiltlon, nnd he wn 'ow York, WodncnUy lull. Tlioy wero dovotod mainly to Iho doctrlno of volopliiont, n "loi'trino which It mippOfcil to botiinnKgonliiti with A Kauibllntr oilnblNhniRiit of thu pnlnllnl order In point ol' Interim! ndornmoul, oxlata In City, Mo. It vl.tleil by yonUoiiiou nml wlio movo In '.ho beat" aocloly, nml who frcnui'dlly spend ontlro In tbo richly furnished npnrluioiitt, drink- oilmliiiK tho nromn of fnro, pokor and lovon up, nod winning or money Ireoly. Tbo nlr of olognnoo which Iho plncc, tho bontity oflufemalo nnd Ilio oxollc- moul of tho gnmon of ehnnco played within Its doillibcd. makes It mornllty'a Tho nro bcgglnK tlmo In or- der (o duleriulno whether U li boil for IliDin lo nceopt tbo propOiltlon Of tho government to go lo Indlnn Torrllory. They do not like tho Idon of up Iho lllack Ilillt, nnd nro nnxtom (hat Ihlor chlcfi ahall flrat Imvo n Inlk with "llreat 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 Iholr with Iho pence cotninU.lon will probably bo lint lh< gorernmonl will utop IxiiliiK rnllona lu thotu, and that, nhould they rofuiio to go to tho MUiourt rlror, n gouornl Indian war will TILDEN'S INCOME. Letters from Congressman Hewitt and Judge Sin- nott Qoncornine It. The Malicious and Slander- ous Perjury Charges Completely Refuted. A Thorough Vindication of Governor Hon- otty. tKrrcii AIIIIAM H. iiKwtrr. Sr.w YOIIK, Sept. 20-A.bram 8. How- Ill, chulrnmii of Iho national democrat- lucotninUteu, Isauod to tho public the following letter, which ho had ad- drosiod to .1 J nmos 1', Slnnot, re- garding Iho chargei of fraud mado by the N'ow Vorlc IIinert aitalMt Uov. Tlldun: 'I'u TIIK I'UULIC: '1'bo Xow York Tltntt, whloli fur prior to 1373 had boon tbg outiKlal ul Uov. Tlldcn, ImmodUtoIr bo bocitrao a lornildablo uftuilliUt'i for the prcmltlunuy uoiftin aaorlot ofattaulu ult private oharaotor. At lontein nainulu culminated lu the utmrito ot aiak- R talao ftlabjmonl ot hla laoome la I8C5. Hr dint of roltorntlon of tabrloatod apooi- Uaallnna of Itomi mid tlotalla kavlnic thl aoinblttnao of actual acoounlt, aorot maanlnic pflMont warotllaturbBd. It thortt- forii naourrori to Din to apply to Ibo ury lor nnrtlllod ol Inoomt ro- turtii ufllor. Tlldon aud llajrtn. ntid ou tlio aouond day ol ttopttlobor I miulo uuoh application. Tbo cuviiu Avrijiui nnr, Indoori, baa nw lyttor roeelved Iho poor uourtoay orncKnowloilKinont. Moan, nilvortarloa ot Uov. 't'lltlon bavo apparently bnd froo aucott to tboao and bavo nvoll boon pormlttod to pnnlo.l.tbOKrnpu MO muali of ibum Ka atlll- rtl lliolr 1 aubmlt thla foot to ttio American paoplo wltltout ootninont. Mnnnwblln rooolvinK no reply from tho pnlillo autborltloa, wbn tooui to rogard In Ilinlr custody an bald In trunt fur tba republican party, and not for tbo wbolo pcoplo. 1 luldrotaod a noto to JutliM Jnmoa r. Slnnutt, who waa uontl- ilontlal law.ulork ol Uov. Tllilen during Ibo wbolo porlod In whlob tho law IcK an Inonnio tax In force, ANKIMU HIM TO KXAMINK tlio prolniiuud nuuount ot lluv, TllUon'it Inuomoilnrlniclbo year WE! publliboU by Ibo Tlinot, -nod lurnlab mo with mob ox- plnnatliin In roicard tborolo bla aocotia- ry Inmlllnrlly with tbo dotalla would on- nbtu him lo supply, t iwvo thin duy ru- colvod bla rrply, pruicnllUK a lull nnd ontlroly roluta- tlonol tbo ubargoa ut tbo llinot. Ula nnuwcr, horowlib aubuilllod to lao publle, tbatnutnl 13 pmtnndKil llmnt 01 In. cinuo. iimmmllck' to 11 Itouit, nmiMintlni: to J.tl.000, uro wbolly rlcltlloua, wutlpot ttio otbor two, only one, of I1.UOO, U entirely truo, and Ibo aooond, of la only partially iruo. Tboro U, looroforo, .Nu utfouM) AHSKKTIOX tbnt Ilio aworn return wna notnjuatand auuurato malenicbt of tbo not luoomo ol Oov.Tililoa, nllor nitklOBiUohdoduotlont toluol, latorotl paid, nad Ibo otbor obariioa Ibo law aulborlaca linn lo nmko. If exception bo lukou to Jutlvco slnnou'a luttor oa in- icround that U not oontaln n do- tailed ntatomunt ot IUP novoral llonu upon wnloh tlio rolurn ol Ml Ilia propor lo iiUlo tbAl tbu rOKUlatloni of tbo I'lll'sor aUCII UKTAII.KB aTATK. MK.NT1, d vpry fcvr protoviloniil men mndo atiuh ammonia, ur oould now roonll Iho IIOIIIH. or bavo knpt tbo niamiiruaiU upon wmon lliolr mailo. If   Irutb. nnd I full to why Ibo omlnint "iiltion In wuteb bo bia boon plnood by a Jaruo body ol m> follow abould bo Hold to dolraot from tun annotlly of bla lain, AIIIIAM S. IlKWirr, intlrimii! National Dumoerntlo Commit. .Now York, Sopl.-iJ. IIOM JUUOKHlSSOTt. In reply to Mr. Huwltt's cotntuiinl- cntlon Mr. Slnnott tout tho fol'owlun: .View YOKK, Sopt. -M. law. HON. AIIIIAM UKWITT, 51Y UKAII SIK: 1 havo raooivod your uolo with a cop, ol tbo ol Sopt. 8, In rolomnuo lo Mr. IDOOIIIO roturn lor IW1, and bavo takon tbo cnrlloat tliuo olllolal iMiKHxnmonu would ponnlt to aond you Ibo Information you lollclt. t wa) in Sir. Tlldon'a law ollloo durlnx tbo wnolo Pi-rlodoovorod by tbo ultoK.Mlonn of tbo nnd mo'o lamlllar than otbor cvon than Air. tllilon liroloaalonHl aorvlcoj, nnd with Iho onrnlnKiof bli olllog, llholnic nmoni; my d'ltloa lo koop auob roeurd or momoranda uf thorn at was prpiorvod, I'tio lo whlob you apooully rofor nnd pl-iourdoil on Ilio front oaitn Ml Win TlrnM, wmro, In parnllol col- iimna nro dlaplnvod fao nlmllo nf Mr. Tildga'a lou'imu tnx-rolurn lor Ibo year wllh tliu proMBilmt ttato- ttionlul roollnoomo for thrtl yonr. 1 havo uxamlnml tbln wltn oaro, and Iruin my personal knvwIoilKn Und it rAMK IS KVKUV IMl'OlirANT l-AHTICUf.AII. Tbo Ural totou In lUla fibrillation arromod my tbo uvldonl In- wbloh oharaolorUna Tho ItlackTlliiV gold fever ban broken out again, lu coiinciiuonco Ol' Iho return li Si. I'aul of n minor who cUtm (o havo tnkon out from hit clalmi lu n year, and who nlllrms bnvo boon brought nwny from Iho vlclnl ty of Uenttwooil In tho mino period. Sotuo of tho liuntort nf- lor tho nurlferoui metal nro roproMiil- od lo bo clearing up from 5100 to per day. Making duo nllowanco for Iheio cxnggoralcd U fno'. thnlKOld la bolnu found In tho Hills In remuiicinllvo but moil not go In soaroli of It tiniest tboy ato amply provided with Iho HO' ceitnry of aiicceatfully comtml- IDC dlinppolntmont. _ VOL. XXIV. DUBUQUE, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22. 1876. NO. 7456. rimot' atatomoDt of Gov. Tlldon'a Inootno lax rolurna tor IW2, wbloQ no quoloa nno by ono, and oarolully aifta and ptokH to piooua, thowhit; that thoy wore nil, or nonrly all, dlitorlod by tntmloa of Mr. Tlldon before uelnu put In print. Tbe liHh and laxl Horn, "Salary ai truaiee and proi- Idont of tho llalanco Dnck oouitmuy, Tbltllemof oorrcct, ex- cept >t to ilate, and It the only ono ol the whole 1.1 ot which Ibatoan bo Hold. At tho oulaotot'lboto altacka on Uov. Tlldon, ju to hit taxable Income lor HT1I.1. AMOTIIKIl AI.LXOATIOK WAV at If on nnalllvo knawlodtfo, namuly. that ho bud ruaolvd from tho yt, Alton A'l'orro llauto railroad company in ilrat inortKaKo boDdt that year. Tble charge It unqunllllodly fnUc, nnd now that It bat boon prlnlod outlntbn publlo tbat the complaint llaull in tbe St. Alton Turre llauto tun thovod that thtto bondt woro not utcd up tn Ibo year-ISM, tbe obarito appeara to have boen abandoned even oy tbe Tlmot, which newtpaner, at- lor iMttrtlnK tbo laot. tn lurcai, tubaeiiuentiy publltbod tho report of Uio laaloorapauy, alto litlo to Mr. Tllden, but vrbiob thowod tbnt In bondtwero i-tlll In the btnda of tbo purohatlnKOommltloo, anil no COULD MOT VOHKRD AMY VAKT OV II IB INCOMX In II proper tbat n ro- lurn umleronlh uiutt bo aaaumod to bo correol ualeaa u can bo abown to bo lalao. Thla alttmpt hat been made by TUo TlDitt, and trowlBff older from day to day, 'It otrorlt BBVerta-ally eulculoatud In Ibo poolnoallon of 13 lUmt, 1'J of wbloh uru wholly or mainly Rollout.. While Tho Tlmea wat thue uaklnK excuralunt Into tbo rei-toni ol totlea. It tueme to havo _______________________... albllllloaof lawlul doduottona, wucb ad u.v pouaoa, rant, Inlcrctt, And IOABUM, Tho almple fuel li, TUK A3IOUNT0 KKTUKNKD WXHtt TUB altor taking lawlul For uioltonly roiuahiM avnort that every faulwllbtn. my knowledge conllrma Ibo liood laltb ol tbo rulllrna, which woru vorllleil by tho davit of ono who fur moro than A itineration bad lircd a lllo ao puro and bUmoleM that Ibo bruutli 01 OAlumny hail hilled lo touch bltnuulllby the Kdllorat voloo ol n Kroat party Iio had become their oanulilnlo lor tbe lilxbeitl oltlce In tbo Kill of lrio people. In ro.peoi lo Iho liial afiur two yonrn of IflO'imo t.x Mr. Tlldun made no return, UiulfUlhnt ijiirtlnu bU tux ublen In of lur hla made by uorporalnnd whOKO anil utouk ho hold lo b'i under law by tho oillmnto ol publlo olUoom, tbu uiiiwur laalmpto. TIIKBTATUTK OAVK TUK TAYI'AYKIl TKK urriu.i to take Ibal conr.i', uud Kooil and honjr- nblo rOARona exlttid why a auiiipuloun man iliuuld acoopl IUAI option. .Mr. dim received no favor Irom Kovurnmoiit olllcort, and ioufhl uono. lie illil noihlnK but pay All tboy linpoiod on him. N-iarly All Inuomo rrnm Inviiluiouln puid tax throtiKb oorporattona wnnn? Imnda nod atuakx be bold without allownncu lor law. ful On the rnnlduot After Uwlul doduotlona woro mndc, he believed at tlio llmo IhAt Initoad of paying loin IIKUyriCNKK TAIUMOKK than would havo been tho ronultol lull but troublosomo accounting. Ho protorpd In that war to be exempted from the dull- Inolilont tu AlloropUnK A Mtatomont ol ID wblcn ho oatod, anil of and In which ho au Invcator, and alto lo bo exempted ,Irom tbo responsibility of ad- Judlolloi; on faoti ana'law applicable to uncertain and lluutuatlni; durlnK tbo rnpld And violent ohanKOH ol Qotitlouti Law untottlod,  akln obor lion ultou Total llnor Juhu Klnic. AKOnl. IiTI J. II.. Mlllor. AKOOt, John Aicenl, I) J. MolCenny, auperlntond- oill, llenajati 11. Mlloy, aitunt, l.uolon N.ltoulnion.HUporlnlond- uul, Jotepb A. WILIamion, ipeclnl TB iS'i Hfi ai U Jamoa Wrlghl, aupcrlnlonaonl, IS7273..... WrlKbt. auporlnicndoiu, Total......................... Ualaneot duo from ponalon aitonlt. nut ol toivlov, arltlnif Irom to June, 1U70: 11. C. Jlenvptt, Sao Kranclto, axalnit any Individual or Mr. Tlldon corporation Tho democrat lo congrculonni con- vention will bo hold nt McClrogor on Tueadny, tho -O'.u Intl. nnd others will bo liken by rnllrond lor a faroandadflh tho round trip. Tho train Iovro4 Dubuquo nl 8 SO n. anil arrlvet at Mcdrogor at 11 '10. An on- K'mo and apcclil haa boon promU- edby Uccetver Thoioptou to rolurn to whenever Iho couvoutloii It over. A gram! political jolllllctllon will bo bold at McOtotfor In Iho ovonlng. nt wh'.oh tlou. fred O'Donnoll, lion. It. Kotikc, lion. L. Alnaworib, nnd John T. Stononnn aro ndvorllncd to Tho Idlers of Judgo Ulnnotl, of Ibo superior court of New Vork.nnd lion. Abram S. llewltl, publliliod IhU morning, compleloly exploilo Iho mallctont nnd chargo of perjury trumped up ngnlnsl 'I'll- den by Decoy nnd Iho Now York Times. Judgo Slunolt tho manag- ing lawyer In olllco during tho war, nnd r.xnmluoO Iho Itnmn ot Mr. whatever. MII.TII.DIIS IHCOAilltUIUMllKI. lor tho nnldori of claiana ol iiecured upon tho >urt Wayno and railroad, wblob WM and A railroad runnlnn Ibrouifb four dlffeienl nnd built in lecllooa by three dlllor. mil onriiuratlono, whloli woro Afterward Konauliiliiinl. Wbon Mr. ouuniul Ibo bonilboldern, In lew. It bad niilalnndlnt "Inn dllleront claiioa ufbondt, upnn allot which dolaull had boon maue, nnd tin aifulrii In In Apparent- ly liankruiitoy ami confualon. lo roiouo thU onlorprue, Mr.Tlldoo labored conllnuAlly, nod nuion moro laboriously Ibim A lawyer ordinarily doen In ruxard to any parileular caio, from early part of Tho UIIOIIWAH VAIlTICULABtV durlnn ino 1WW and 1NJ1. Sulla ol turrclovuro were Inntilulvd oarly In OAoh Iho iboao bad 10 pro- m.oil by June. UU1, tbal decrooa ol loro- nnd aalo woro Ibim unlorcd. The road wna nolually aolil on tho 21th ol Oolo- her, 1X11. nnd laken undor tbo aale, Ol couno lhl< ouuld not bo accom- W.T. Wa.bUlKtoD, c. iaa-71 II. J. Swool, 111., 1S1K--1 Hiowart Clonilioll, Uoa Molnoa, Iowa. lsuo-72.... A. II. AdAUla, LoxUKton, Kj., 1S71-73 aarauol MoKm, LoulHYlllo, Ky., 13UU-71 W. Clallaubur, l.oul.villo, Ky., W. Mayuoi, UrooKlyo, N. W. II. Lawronoe, Now York. Ueo W. Vanlluron, Now York, 1970-71 W.T. k'orbui, Philadelphia, 1'a., A. It.UAlhoun. I'blladolphlii, lJWll-71 W. .I.Stokoa, NAabvlllo, Tonn., 810 M M 10 Bl 381 05 U.OOU 01 03 IS" 41) ;-2 oo of bjnd- unsecured ordltora, nnd bad boon bar- monueit nnd aAtuned, nor until lexlalallvo of nlno dlfforoct uulilert, creditors, TlUlof. IneODio 1.x ol ISCS iho ro- or Mr. HowKI, who win coin, i nionoyi wblob bo nlranilr m AOfa adouuato to moot AOaitt auobaa bad never before arlaon, tltbor hero or In Knit- land, hAd b.on dovl.sd, genaiully pnmod In lour dllfirent atatei. ALI.TIIU ACCOMI'MIIIIKI) urlnolpallr uniler tho and with tho labor nl Jlr. Tlldon boloro clone nf tbo tear IM1. ooKAKomann on account ol thll railroad diirlnn tbo wbolo wero oonaUnl and vYhntovor u.iy be reetlved lor tbo uullro lorvlce Aa A It not iti-niUei) or llnned. The Incnino tax law wonllnio el- fuot on Iho of January, 19U2. Inoono which bad nccrued before that llmo waa exempt from operation. I aoTTlll.XK IT MXOaVMAItr tooooupy iniioh In dliouif 'tin the loual of thla Income ijuot. M Italaocoi due the United SUiot by ex ollleora of tho uutiomt, tjoco IStSV: V. A. Wilton, I'l. Tow a tend, W. T., eolluolor lo 1870............. Ot UbaN. Aolbonv, rrovldonoo, uol- Ivotor lo IB70................... John Hlannot, Kookuk, aurvoyor lo Jaoob Anlbonv, Now Albany, turvoyor to Uoorxo J. luirllnKton, Vl.. oollootor lo J. M. Humphrey, Itlebmond, ool- lootor Dnnard llumlov, wtlicluKlon, N. O., collector lo 1S7I............. L. u. ArmliteaiJ, Apatachluolii, Fla., colluutor, I80U.7I.......... Tboi. Kuarnny, Uorpua (JUrnil, Toxai, eollootnr, 1300-73....... Ki-llx Coito, SI. I.nult, turvcyor, polled to ftpply to bltu baoitttqo of tlio Ailn'-o of Ibo Itilonml rcvonno comiuU- to furnlih n copy ot tko Itonm from tho ollldnl rocontn, nuil lo wboto loin Mcottnt tho iloluy of Iho lion N churuonlilc. Tho liocUlly Itml of Jmlxo dlnnoll, ilioiilil rcMl snil Ilia tollInK poliili tlioy aontitln K wlllul, llondlib, OMiinablo llbol upon tbo chinwlor or mi honattniiil pnlriotlo moro tborouxhly Mid 1111- untwerably refuted. by 'hl4 own lubora In yoart when no IP- rnuio tnx exuioil. Tbn rule on thlt tub. waa early declared and promulifalcd by tbo Intorcal revenue tloparlmonl It- -.-If, nnd IN Klltl. ACCntlu WITH TllUlie VIKWI. In lv'tl lion. Ugorno S. lloutroll, tbu Uio ol Internal rovoauo, prepared n "Manual ol direct and rxulio lax whlob Mr. SCoro- lary Uhaao olllciallv approved nnd nilthor- unUordaluniMay. Tbe manual conlalnii. '-'71, Iho'followlDk' ileoUlon ol tho oniutnUtlonor ol Internal ntvoBUa: "Morohnnta1 nilurn of Income thould oovor Ihe butlniioa ol tho year IWJ, pxoludlnlc provloua litre Slnnutt ultoa n Itema rronlae D. C. collector, ISUO 73............... WMblmjIon St. Marki, oullootor, lDOU-71.......... 1' 7 Oil 0 1.810 ff u. O.WJ -I 760 U Woll< U. Illll, Solnia, Ala., tur- Vnyor, 1M9-7-I......'..i.......... u UU1 "turvoyor. U. W. toy. St. Louli, Mo., tur- U. H'. Coopor. Mompblt, Tonn., aurvnyor, 1870-71............... J.C. Ky., o tloo. K. lljBln. Vlokaburub, Va., oolleolor, 1870-7'J............... 320, W. 11. Daniel, Apnlaobloola, Kla., colloctor, 1871-7'J.......... (loo. A. Xdita, Kllka, Alatkt, col- leolor, J87I-73................... K. llobn.Troy, N. Y., nurvoyor, TUoniai iti'iiiHeVli 'ito'tion'.'ciiioo- tor, 1671-71...................... It. W. Mtillnn, llratbear, loolor. 187-MI................... lleury llaxtn, Kernandlna, Ma., oollootor, J. M. t'arknr, .New Orloann, aur- voyor, 1873-70................... Xelaon I'eali, Uhrltil, iaioolltolor, TVIIIIe ChapmKn. Hllka, Atatku, collector, 1ST W. J, MoConulck. Han Oal., cotleolor, 1873-71.......... Tolaf.............................' IfDlteilStatptba'nkeri: Clowe, .yut M Total'. Sti'J NXW YOIIK AT TUB CKNTKNSIAL. I'liiiiAUKLi'iiiA, Sept. 21 Tho attend- nco to-day exceeded any previous ay in tho hhtory of the ceutounlal ex- oalilon. Over ad missions was eported up to 1 o'clock-. This Is New 'ork day, and the trains all tbe oriilnK rim itno tho city domc- packe.l wlih Wow Yorkers. Not nly wn< tbocnpacllyol railroad trans- oriallon Inxod lu ilo utmost, but to the grounds, for the rst time, waa iusulllclout. At 1 'clock this afternoon Ibo cash adiuU- OUB amounted to hcy report it bad, they will consido: t bad. Quick Ilear said when the young men got back from that country th Indiana would want to go to Washing ton with Iholr ngcntx, chiefs and In torprotors, and have ix talk wllh th (real father before giving thla uouutr; up. Silting Bull enld I havo got a judg meut Agalnbt 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 Uakotas. wan broutfht up in thU country to bo chief. Tho aoldiors have no coneor In tho country since 1 have boon her and havo tried lo do right. I wlab t toll you p.alnly I havo been aihamo ovor since tho soldiers came here au sat down. 1 wish you, my frloiu1 who have brains and hearts, to tell tn great father' what my opinion la au what I havo I agroo to tn young men going tho journey, Imt w aro going to ask our groat father lo many "Wo expect to have t'oo aud blankets as long as wo live. Th groat lather .bat not lived up. to h lu tlio put. American Uorso aaid tho soldlo: had no butlucii hero. If they wish i arrest anybody tbo country li wld Lot thorn no ariost otbor Thoro aro n great man rod men In tho north. Let tho soldier arrest chein. [Laughter ou the pa of tbo Indians. J Ilere Hod Cloud took Dr. Jfajo.- Howard and Jan. Boswett, them among the Indian culefi, an he wanted tbom to do his buslno r him aud go to tho southern country 1th bin young men. Ho aluo wanted U. Banober, Antoluo Janls, Bill owlnml, Hank Clifford, Todd Itau- all, Frank Sol way and N. Mornn tj o ai Interpreters. Bod Dog said the dlans 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 Arrapahoet, id hit people had an equal right with o Sioux to the BUck, Hills, and ould want their share of the monoy celved lor tbom. lie wan willing to o and look at tbe touthora .eouiitry. Bishop .Wblpple replied to tho Ju- that the great father required em to >lgn a paper binding them- Ives to go toHu MiiBOurl river If oy didn't go to the Indian territory, they would no more ratlout. e urged than to content at once to D proposition! ud go to tbe Indian rritory upon the return of tho young' en. Jndga: 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 wh3ni tho president ave a flue rifle last year, broke up tho nncll, saying there would be plenty ore days to talk. Soppllut were iuuod to tho Indians r a feul to-night; Qad It is thought notbor council may bo held to-mor- UOMmATBDJfOll CONOHES9. QUINOV, III., Sept. republl- n convention of the twelfth congres- onal diatricl, yesterday, nominated K. L. Woodward. BX.10HTLY D1STUBIIED. CINCINNATI, Sept. the publican meeting to-night, tbo s wero Interfered wlthljy a mob who rew mud, rotten fruit, oic. Tho rchllght procession was dletuibcd in co manner. KXC1TE1) W01IKMKN. KKKNX, N. U., Sept. 350 en, laborers on the Manchester and coue railroad, marcbod Into this city, day, armed with' canes and ubn, creating general alarm. The iurt house bell was ruug, id Central square was icedily filled w'th Tho men ere mostly Italians, and. tho demon- ration was caused by tho failure ol mlractorg to pay wages. Tho men sited tho residences of soverarproml- out men identified with tho road, dc- auding wagco and food, aud tbroaU ilug lo burn the town If their de- aiulu were not compiled with. The olico mid military aro under arms id will prevent violence. OENKIIAL CItOOK. CIIKYKNNE, Sopt. Crook rived at Fcrt Laratule thU evening, nd Is now In council with Gon. Fhorl- an, who nas been awaiting him at that olnt since Saturday last. OAI.LKD IN'. WABIII.VOTO.V, Sept. sccrc- ry ol tho Ironnury called iu for ro- nothing new from the riot iu Alkcn county. United S'atcs 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 fovcr at Charleston.tho autboritlce of Augusta haveestabllscd quarantine regulations against passou- gers from that city., Tbo quarantine wont Into etl'oct to-day.. CRIME AND CASUALTIES. Capture of Tour of the Horthfleld Robbers, ervlKau of ForcIuaT One of Tliem Killed and Three Prlsonerw Say fThey Arc tlie Younicer Brox. Two Robbers, Believed to Be tho James Brothers. Re- lieve a Physician, Near Sioux City, of His Horse and Pants. A Han HI. IVIfo to Ktc. ompllon of 5 20 bonda of May nud November. ity.tiKK yon SAVANNAH. Va., Sept. oily luncll, to-day, voted for tho tuvammb ye.low fovor sull'ererD, aud rees nro being sent to attend tie ck. I.s'DiANAi-OLK, Sept. 21 parade la morning started at iihout half past occupylog forty minutes in pausing, Ith about men lu line. Tbo ember Is cloudy, with occasional hi rain, but not enough to prove a scomforl, Tho convention assembled at two clock, with Gen. Koyes In tho chair, ho committee on organization ro. ortcd one member for tbe executive ininitleo and one vice president for >ch stale. Gen. S. A, llurlbut nubmit- d the report of tho committee ou res- utloiia which was adopted. Tho fol- >wlng' was road: COLUMBUS. O., Sopt. '20. cn. i'daard J-', Cluilrman Hot- dters' (JwtvcntCon: lam tfratoful to my com- adi-a ol tlio union aimy, atacmblod ut dlnuapolla, for tbolr hearty greeting, bo men woo maintained the cauao of Htlonallty and freedom on BO many battle are not willing loaoo Ibo rugultH of no war Imperiled by neglect or mlteon- uel at Ibo ballot.box. Tbla example will Influential with an Intelligent and atrlotlo pooplo. [Signed] Jl. II.HAYKU. MII.O.NX, N.Y., Sept. 20. 'on. Jas. A. Oarfldd, Commander, Invitation too Into lor reply by letter. 1 jijrut tny Inability lo bo proaonl. My ordlnl groellnui to tbotoldlcrs and aall- ra. May tbolr hallott bo aa potent nn pro their nrmv upon land and tea. ,0 letters from Governor Morgan, fNow York, August Willlck, 1'hlla- olnhla, and tuo following from 1'rcsi- oill Grout: i'HILUDXI.l-irU, Bcpt.Ul. on. E. f. Hoytt, Jndianapolii: IMcaito expreHM to leiu vutorun union tol- iort my tbat 1 cannot bo with tbom n Ihls happy ocenmon. 1 bopo tbo moot. ox nl an many aoldlora Iron: tie ninny parta ftao nountry may prove aa to hone mootlnK aa It will prove a bonellt In emlndlni; tbom and tbe country that all not In vain that they nuuorad ao inch for tbo preservation and porpulua- on of ttio united govurnmont. LSlgncdl U. a. QKAXT. Alter the reiding, Gen. Walter liar- man, of Now Hampshire, was Intro- need and spoke at aomo length, Upon ho conclusion of his remarks there wero persistent calls for Col. IiiKCrsoll, f Illinois, who bad just reached tbe ponkcr's stand. Ilo then spnko lor an .our and a quarter. Gon. Tuttlc, ot Also Gen.Kllpa'.rick, 1" New Jorsny, and Geueral Jno. C. toblnfton.o! Xuw York.up to 5 o'clock, when tho eourontlon adjourned. To- Igbt, before dark, the people bcgaii o asnemblo. Along tho lino of march loilgnatcd for tho torchlight proccs- lon tho atrcolt In tho centrnl 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. Tlio Ohio delegation, in tho mooting hern to-day, voted to hold a veteran soldiers' reunion at Cleveland on Oct. DEMOCRATIC HATIl'OATION. A grand democratic maea state con- vention of union soldiers and m announced to bo neld lu this city on Oct. 5th, for tbo ratification of tho nomination of Tlldon and Ilendrlcks, and.express appreciation of the .work of the late session of tha democratic houto of representatives, aud especi- 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. Tlldon and a largo num- ber of olllcers of tho union army ap- pear among tho list of those especially invited. CIUMUX11LAIN WANTS M01IK TttOOl'S. WASHINGTON, Sopt. altor- npy general delayed his dnpariuro for Ohio, to give audloneo to Gov. Cham- Slates Senator Tatter- son, and other goutloinon from- South Carolina, upon tho oudltlon of affairs In that nt.Mo. Appoal is mado to tho government for troops inillciint to supprois 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 presi- dent and referred to tho attorney general, In which the writer-Insists tbat there are grava fmrs of serious trouble at lOdgolleld. -The attorney general gives tbat every- thing postiblo will bo done for tho prtMrvatloo of the public peace. yilOM AUGUSTA, AticiuiTA', Gm.; Sept. is TIIK JAMKK Special Ulipatch of the Uubmiuo llcrftlil. .Sioux CITY, Sopt. of our IllMns, Doctor Moshor, wont thlrtton mllca north of hero on n professional triivycstcrdtiyp.m., 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 btisincsi. They kept blm until dark, and ono of thorn ex- changed panla with him aud took bin horse aud set him free. They then came towards Sioux City. Sheriff Mc- Donald is followlne with seventeen armed men. Tho James Brothers aro well armed and say thoy will not bo taken alive. {Aiioclatod 1TCM Koport.j Sionx CITX, Sept. Dr. Mo- 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 wllh a bullet hoio near tho right knee. Jlo 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 rob- bers headed southwardly, toward Iho C. N. W. U. K. HMrOIlTKI) CAl'TUItE OIT'VOUIl TIIK NORTIiriELD Bpeclal IHtpatcb to tho Dubuiiuo llcraM, CIIAKLKS CITY, Iowa, Sopt. report roaches hoio this evening, said lo bo reliable, that four of tho Xorth- flold bank robbers were overtaken near Moilalia, Minn., to-day. One of tho robbers was killed and throe wounded. Tho three wounded aro now. In jail at lledalin. 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. I'rcu ST. PAUL, Sept. 21 Pionocr- Press bas a Buocial from Medalla, Watortown county, -Minnesota, an- nAunclng tho capture of fouf of tho NottblicKl robbern. Tbo four captured are those lost track of in tho timber round Mankato, two of whom aro supposed to bo tho noted Younger brothora. Thoy woto captu'cd after a hard chase and brisk Interchange of shots. Thoy wore considerably hurt, one of them seriously. (JONI-K18 WHO TIIKY AHE, ST. PAUL, Sopt. woundotl robbers havo confessed to tho sheriff tbat thoy aro tho Younger but refuse to give tho namo of their dead comrade. lltlOtCEN IS TWAIN. CoimiATTA, La., Sopt. steamer K. M. Dryarty, struck a anng at Brean Point, aod broke in two, bo coming a totnl wreck. Tho freight wat mostly saved. A lIBAVYKtRK. LEXINOTON, Ky., Sopt. de- structive Jlro took placo at Georgetown, 12 miles from the city, this morning. Tho court honno and seven business houses were entirely destroyed. Loss Insurance KIOKKD TO DEATH. NKW YOIIK, Sept. Chat- terton, said to ho a dceperato fellow kicked bis wlfo to death last evening In presence of tbolr two children, a' their residence 58 Nortn Second street Wllllamsburg-. sArr. nuitciLAur TRIAL WASIIINOTON, Sept. tho safe burglary trial to-day, Colouol Whitely was cross-examined by Judgo Fuller- ton. Tho testimony did not dlllor ma tor lolly from that given yesterday. U C. liaullold, formerly colicitor of the treasury, testified to tho intimate rein tlons existing between liar rlngton and VVhltely, 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. Whltoty came and had an intor low with Babcock nud Harriug ton. J. C. Nottleship, WHS noxt placet upon tho stand, aud a nolle entered in his CMC. Ilo testified a great length, nnd gnvo tho history o now bo arranged tbo safe burglnry un dor instructions from Whitely Amon otoor things ho said: Wo detailed tw mou to ascertain, II possible, whor tho newspaper obtained Iti Informa tion about district affairs aud report t Bibcock's assistant. Adjourned. 1 yKVKIt SAVANNAH, Sopt. fovo interments to-day, IU. LYNCHED LOUISVILLE, Sept. Kooi man, of Urowustown, wai lynched, o Thursday morning, whllo returnin from Jullorson. Iio had threatened t kill sovaral portous, aud having a ready been found guilty ot murdo was dealt with as related. No fartho Information Is known. THE MUKDKIIOUS MOKKS. CHARLESTON, Sept. arme negroes In Aiken county havo di poraoil at tho coming of a largo organ I7.cd forco of whites, and apprehension of sorloua fighting ore quiotod for th present, but several attacks by negro upon isolated -plantation bouses a: reported, and great nntuinoti proval throughout Ihe country, Bob Ingortoll's apoechos read wo So do the Arabian Nights. FOREIGN. 'he Turkish Army Sadly In Need of Food. TUK TUHKS r.ACKINO LONDON, Sept. Times' Bel- ade correspondent says that Servia believes In victory. Tho Servian nry occupies a strong position, form- g a semi-circle from Alcxlnatz and oligrad around to Vllatko. It is as- rted th n. AN I'KACE. PAUII, Aug. minister on reign affalri, and thu Turkish arn- issador, bad au interview yesterday, ommunicatlous wero exchanged, hlch seem to show that' the chances r au early poaco are very substantial. DOSS WILLIAM. LONDON, Sopt. 22 special to tho from Saniauder states that Wei. Tweed was sent yesterday to Co- nna, whore ho was embarked for uba, to be surrendered on bis arrival cro to United States officers. KltADT TO ACCOltD, BTO. Tho Times' Berlin telegram sayt the >rto is ready lo accord tho prolonged mistlce, provided Kusala suspends of officers and soldiers to Bel- ado. There aro already Itua- ails In Servia. LOUISVILNE, Ky., Sept. cos to-day three-quarter ml lo dash r two year old fil'los, was won by pring Brauch, Belle of tho Mead 2.1. mo, Tho second race, handicap swcop- akcs, all ages, mhos, was won by fhlspor. Tlma, 3 00. The next was tho selling race, all 'OS, mile and a half.won by Hcddlng, iKlot second. Time Tho last, live furlong dash for two ear old iltlios, Eva Shirley won, clrcss second. Time THE BOSTON DRY GOODS STORE, Opened the Immense Stock of New Goods, AnitTUE 1'ltlCKS AUK LOWElt than over before known In thli cltr wo Invite your attention to our .lock 01 DRESS OOOJ3S, S. P. KENT. NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS Thompson Jones Wholoalc Duten lu NOTIONS, Fancy Goods, I Shawls, Parasols, White Goods- Gloves, 682 Main Street, (LKV1 1JLOCK) DUBUQUE, IOWA.- ITavlnr our STOCK, com- irUlDK largo aJtlltlocu of raw and den ruble we rciioctfullj Invlto tho attention ol ucakri m lull cocBtiooeoof our ability to tult THOMPSON JONES, CIIIOAOO, Sept. Tho oioeullve mmlttco of tli o stato Graujjo is in so- ot Bcselon, to-ilny, at the Commcr- hotel. Tbo attondanco small, over sovon or eight being bis la not A political organ'lztlion, ch bciup; !oft to follow tho dictates of s own conscience In tho matter of llug. SALT LAKK, In tbo Iteavcr urt, to-day, BIthop a delay of n daya before ecntcnco was pasted i Leo, to glvo him ttmo lo file grounds appeal. Leo IB sail and threatening times. Thcro is a rumor that 'be la- nds to cxposo moro tban la already nown. O-DAY'S ADVER7ISEMEN1S. Chas. Gossage CHICAGO. H B. GLOVER CO, 3UCCESSO113 1O 6LOVER SMOCK. ana Jobbers of NOTIONS, Faucj Furnitjhiiig Goods 744 to 752 Main Street. ARJIS'J'IG ELY CO., ImportingTailors Wedding Garments aSpeciatv LADIES RIDING HABITS PROMENADE JACKETS. 9o per ocnt. DlioounU Wabash Ave., cor. Monroo, Chicago, Established 18511 IlllnoU PALMER BROS. CO WIIOLKSALK Booksellers Stationers, MUSICAt 1NSTKUOIENT8. Wall Paper Window Shades, 560 Main Street, KARSH'S CUMULATIVE HEALTH LIFT. Rfllly, InTfniorof IheorUloal UK ALT II LIKT, other the ptofokton, pronounre thli to Ua the (ha IIKJLLTU I.irr MiCtitux yettn- rcntcul; of tbe taut- clCf. >o nicntlal to ccalltv elrcuUUoc ol blood. Xadios And Gentlemen. EDUCATIONAL St. Josephs College, ST. JOifcl'H. MO. ThlilDfctU-.tlon, the Cbrlt'lxn Ilrofcrt, offer- very for ftnaoomncrclnt Ucitlon H re. cisrkibiy Ttio ly ilr [xjttmeai ol the ire auvidooctlr i-uUlTatft-i. Tue oa the am ilocJaj tn September anJ aboui tbe flm of July. IKKUb: BoiiJ. Tuition, aa] ilcnJtnjr, per twtonot Cre moclht. IM W Vacation at ._ o for further panic A-rMwCm liri to DIME, IXDEPKN'DENCE, IOWA. [KST.MJLISHIiD For Boarden nnd Day Scholars. CONULXTCD BY Sisters of Mercy. FJliSP KOK- DAY IN SKPTt MUtlL I'u; are tvlmlltrxl. at time durlnc Dtl- frrcnceof icllf ao olutiete to iloa The couis-! of In .t ruction lOflJ, uieiol atd ormtmcBtal Tor youajc Notrts Dice Uote of tbo ivUrkctlTe lo vot. lu ao one, city lurrouoillDc count for fall SKMINAKV NOTRK DAMK. P. O. bor Ot. ladtpcailesce, Iowa. New Fall Styles! Wo arc in dally receipt of especially hoico seloclious from tho Full Impor- illonn ot Rich bilks, Velvets, and ino Dross Goods, ID dcslgus, ehadcs ud combinations sujfgcatlvo of coming opularity, and shall submit for in- pcctlou ovcrything now and choice in oslgn in Oloaka aud Suits, Street and Tonlusr Drosscu, Silk and Cloth Cir- ulars, Ovor Dressei, India Shawli, ino Trimmings, Ties, Scarfs, id Embroideries, with au unequalled isortment ot tho "bent at the rlco." In all grades of our extensive lock. Wo nball display in our Cloak and ult Dopartruouti 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 TVanhlujcton St. TAILORING. 630 Dean Co. 630 to MAI1K 3UJTIX.) Kocpon bandaflnctUxkot Vrcncti Clothi, Cu- itmcrci and Wcddine: A SPECIALTY. ifATK ftTRBKT. NEVR PILES! ml other dtneiucs of tho lower bowel rosirivx- Tcurol InS) TAIN or Uic Knife, Caustic or The treatment U Vfclo. an.l 111 nntdcUy the frota hli an our. Pa tie from the- country can be treated nd return homo tbo tamo day. L Warranted in Every Case or Ko Pay. DBS. MITCHELL, PHILLIPS CO 167 hUditon St., Chicago, III. In Bankruptcy. n tbe Dlitrlot Court ol tbo U. S. for the Ddtrlet ot IOWA. In the matter of Lowia Cotm. bink ru.l. Nottcu It hereby that a petition hat been In tall oonrt by Coha ol uokola, la the County of ana Huilo ol kstddlntrlct,  cr tfirm of tald court, that it totny. befoio noon of tho 7th dAy ol November, A. D. S78.de- ault will bo ontorod agalntt you anil ttitticou. Attornojr for Plaintiff NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS Tbo Alflciaircnt Hook for IdTO In now ready fo tho Infection of Tax Pftycn, nt tho office 01 Uu uodertlgncd at tho City ilall, anj will remain open until Ihoflrit regulat mcotiDgol the Cit; Council la October next. r. O. 11 It AN DT, City Auditor. Dubuquc. SopU P. 1876._______________dtl A GOOD OPPORTUNITY Compotent thorouji LK1y O.ATAMOTS WUtot) lell th. SKIRT SUPPOHTEH and tho Toilet Hoio Supporter ror LxllM. Minei Chi Kaay to ftn mil til cral proflu mado by wld nwak. AH.BU. Sainiuo olrcnlar, with jtrlco Ilit tormfl.mallrd OM of 60 aad Addnu, MIMOH OUANS1S3. naanufaoturora, Now IUvcn.uono.1 T10HJT HAKHEI. Hickory and Oak IIoo'p AND 11AY UOOl'S, JMroh anil Oik, for sal. KUN HOOP CO ClaltoB.Iow and Telegraph Inttltnte. A full Commercial Life Scholarthlp, IccluJ Init la vverj brincii cC a cducat1cn.tvOOO lo the Tslrjtiapti recnt onl y IKT; IOTJ of the tuition mosey in Je- maril wbcn ttic cotrn tie bal- ance when be r.ax-1 hare fo- ittlon Operator on commercial or ndl- roi'i line. Tor a ctoii, low A Valuable Farm ol ncur LaMotte, Jacttoa County; TTFO 20 Acre Timber. tots, St, Clara- Academy, Cbartertilfa Vomiccud by tie Sisters Order of St Dominic Sfnsintwi Mcur.d. Grant S'.Clara In tie wntb- weitcrn UieSutcof Un mlIC4 from 111. mllei Irom I wa. oncof Ho tieauufut picta-ctqur la tbo State. Tbe (rronn-li are rxtcnitTC, a4on ea- ttreiurioun f t-> tbat air of pflicelui >ioa wbich cxeru tccii i owe- ful influence theinora'.. intellectual Ihc. Tae Im't-itcp u tiy btcam, and with ill menu, etc, The will comniccco Flrat in Mepiembcr. St. Clara AcaJcmy, Mound. Co.. Wltooetir.. TTMIVERSriY OF NOTRE DAME, clre Dame, Indiana, TUISIcititntion an Ityor puriulce at wilt a ClUffeal. AitcatiCo coone. 'Ihe n now tallycttab- li.tie.1. Ciuirit will bfl on Tue-tJay, RoinJ an J tuition for ycxr. 13A'. P. July 3l.fl w U.____________________________ Biyhop Hellmuth Colleges ONTARIO. CANADA. d tbo Intettrctiftl and ed- itcittloit to the and diughteri of at verT moderate and are wtthinab ot dcntKuropean C'. Is A. B. HAUVEY, retail dcilcra In M1UNERY GOODS, lotpecUully call the attention of Milliners, ami .aliMln noncral, to our >ownciil Woll Vnlitiooii. Solicited. Country ordon iiromjUly attended to. lO3tt .Tlnlu Ntrcrt, Iowa. EDUCATIONAL Hea-l Rer CANON SWEATMAX. M.A peranouci, IIELLX UTH LADIES' COLLEGE Rer. U. A. M. A. Reduction to cJericymeD. Veirlf on very fetf-Tteneil term ol' tbe Visitation .t (For wni Day Ccnduat ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE Chion, Conducted by tho Brothers. TKRU8, PEUTIUM OK FIVK MONTHS. I'oanl. rnltlon ami Wtihlnx..............9W on Halt W Uav Saiolari, Benlor departments........ w w Juntor 15 pj V seat Ion at colloco...... co Muitu nnd form extra charges, paya- able half yearly in aUvanco. loitltullon In open to all. The re- lliton taUKht U the Komi-n Calboifc, but yuplU aenoiDlnatloaa will not baro their re- llxiout penuajlons Interfered with. Tbe next so in ton commences Mept. JTor particular! ulyaidwi BHO, mATTHEtrs. Director Nunsof the Visitation ThoScbolaaUcYoarconiliUof Two bcfanslncrcipoctlvclr oa tae fir ml atondjiy or Audtbo FebrMiu-r. pQpllt aro. however, admitted at any time Jur- lac- tbo anJ caarged only for tbe rcmalt- poitlon. Dlffcrecct, of belter u no obtLtolc to The oocneof liutruction Solid. UfcCfttl aad Ornasteatal 11 ranch roqulitfcc ror Vounr ror Dartlooiara to ol VIU- Third fit.. Iowa. LOUIS UW SCHOOL, 
                            

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