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YANKTON, DAKOTA, Thursday Evening, June The Daily Press and Dakotaian la published -KVfcH? EVftMNM, UXO-lif'TlNtl SUNDAYS. THIIMH or 8DIt«aUirTION l'er wcjb, SB ccnts per month, $1 per yen!, fl'-i Office on 'Third street, between Uroadway and Cedar— nufTact's block. /!J: till" BOWEN & KINGSBURY. Publishers. Ui The Ex-President- 5 011 .... Special Telegram to Chicago Times, New York, June 18, 4 A. M.— This morning, says a London dispatch of yesterday, General Grant partook of the first. breakfast entertainment in -England. It was at the house of Mr. Geo. W. Smallcy, correspondent of a New York paper. Everything was recherche and the company of the choicest. Among the guests were Prof. Iluxley, the scicr-itisi, Matthew Arnold, the philosophic thinker Sir Charles Dilke, the advanced republi can Sir Frederick Pollak Robert Browning*, the poor Anthony Trol '-•lope, tho novelist Tom Hughes, M. P. Rt. Hon. James Stausficla: Min ister Pierrepont, Gen. Badcau and others. John Bright sent his regrets at his inability to attend. Jn tho evening Gen Grant was tho •.err, guest of the reform club, Earl Gran ville, K. G., presiding. The dinner was amontr the finest. evir eriron in IS I_ London. The table was a picture in itself, not lo speak of the good things between the top and the bottom of the menu. Earl Granville, as soon as the cloth was removed, proposed the health of her majesty, the queen. To this the Might Honorable Win. Foster responded in a singularly elo quent speech. In the course of his remarks he referred to the great ser vices of Gen. Grant in the cause of human freedom. He dwelt with par ticular emphasis upon the importance to civilization of the cultivation of •ii amicable relations between the two great countries, England and thel'ni .V:-/'"ted Stales. With great felicity he pictured the results of such a state of friendliness, and elicited continued cheering. Passing 011 01 lo a more prac tical branch of tins subject, I10 fied upon the opportunities for ad vancement to the human race, which a hearty concord between the two na tions would give. He saw in it the •••*. acceleration of discoveries in every branch of science, the material pro gress ampli the masses, and setting up of s$ loftier standards of private taste and public virtue. He paid a marked compliment to President If ayes upon his reunion policy, which would end bj' making the United States what they were before the war, really uni ted, in addition lo what, it has been ever since, the war, free in every res pect. In conclusion, Mr. Foster pro posed the health of President Hayes and the people of the United States, calling Minister Boker to respond. Boker made a brief response, in which he dwelt upon the importance ®f sus taining friendly relations between En gland and America, and the anxiety of America for English amity during the pending war. Earl Granville responded by pro posing the health of the illustrious warrior and statesman, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant," alluding, in the course of his pithy speech, to the benificent re suits accruing to both nations from the settlement of the Alabama claims. England and America," lie said, nay, civilization throughout the uni verse recognized in General Grant one of those extraordinary instru ments of divine Providence bestowed in its benificence on the human race." llpou rising to reply to the toast Gen. Grant was greeted with a per fect storm of applause. "lam oyer whelmed," he said, "with the kindness shown by Englishmen to me, and ex pressed to America. 1 regret that I am unable adequately to express my thanks for the manifold fraternal courtesies 1 have reoeived. Words would fail, especially within the limi tations of a public speech, to express my feelings in this regard. hope when an opportunity is offered me of calmer and more deliberate moments to put ou record my grateful recogni lion of the fraternal sentiments of the English people and the desire of America to render an adequate re sponse. "The speech of Earl Gran ville," he continued, "has inspired thoughts in my bosom which it is im possible for me adequately to present. Never have 1 lamented so mpch as now the poverty iu phrases to give due expression to my affection for the mother country. Gen. Grant spoke^un dcr the pressure of unusual feeling and continued with usual eloquence to cx press the hope that his words, so far as the}- had any value would be heard in both countries and lead to the union of the English-speaking peoples and the fraternity of the human, nice. Grant's spcech was frequently inter rupted v.ith applause. Indeed the cheering was almost continuous while -he was 011 his l'eet. On resuming his seat the health of the ex-president was ,) /lrunlv: amid tumultuous applause. Mr. W. Frazer Iiae proposed the ,, health of Earl Granville, who respond ed yvjtli ,an^_ eloquent nyignihon of 3 Jit Gcu. Grant's desire to consolidate the aonty of the two countries. To-morrow Gen. Grant dines with the prince of Wales at Marlborough house, and at midnight pays a visit to the officc of the London Times. 21, 1877- The Man That Stopped His Pa per. KMILI 1 JM-14 1 N1 *. This morning an ignorant individual sat in one of the offices where the Blade reporters habitually call to ob tain items, lie is one of that, class who save themselves from entire de struction by not reading "those lying newspapers." "Wluit's the news': asked the reporter. With the air of a pope about to pronounce an ever lasting curse upon the world he drew himself up to his proudest height, expaned his bloated cheeks like a cor pulent woodcliuck, rammed his fat thumbs in tho arm holes of his greasy vest, and said "I gif dose noospapers no more items." The reporter bowed and passed on. The beer tub was disappointed. lie expected a quarrel, lie look a few steps forward, imperi tively crooked his forefinger and said "Kum here." The reporter came and the materea'.i/.ed grease spot said, "As I vas dold you dose bapers is all lyars. 1 have my saloon broke open last winter, and two cans: oysters dooken. Dcr reporter kiun rount, and ask me nboud id und I dold him to say dat dey was double oysters und dot 1 keeps no oder oysters but do best double und to briut it dot id was (Jhack's blace vere warm meals at all hours was to be got und vere peer was sold ad tree cents der glass und ven dot baber kurn find id only said dot an incipient burglary dook blace at (.'hack's caia vansary last night, und to cans oysters I v«« uuuki-11. Dot, 1 icm viis iiuuiiusiru tolbi.r tamas'e to me. Doy say "Ciiakc, vol: kind uf a blac-.s you geep a cara vansary. 1 choost stop der B.'atc dot same night."' "Ye -:," said the reporter, blandty, "and you paid the 10.00 which you have been owing the paper for some years'didu't youV If you could have seen the compositors stand around and weep when they heard that you had stopped your paper if you could have beheld noor, little Frank, the devil, as in his despair he went and duclced his head in the rain biuret, you wouldn't have stopped t^e paper. And when a day or two after," you \une up lo try and get the paper to support you for oilice and offered us *50.00 if we only would do it, wasn't that a joyful meeting, Jake. And—" But Ciiake was gone. The thought of his own cruelty made his conscience smite him arid afar oil in the distance he was seen to enter a saloon, lean over the bar and say tearfully, "/.wei peer." I* IIO IfOSA I.ST I'OK IIIilFKKS COWS. Of'KJI II OF DEPOT III'AHTKIIMASTKH. St.l'aul Miun., June !, 1877 Sealed propo^nla in duplicate will be reoeived by tUe imdersicijcd, at tills ollice until 11 o'clock H. ill. Tuci'dny 1 line 1M7. fortius delivery ol the following numbers (iuoi-e or lees) of hellers and cows, viz.: four hundred and lifty (450) head lit Yankton, O. T.,nnd two hundred (ifixii head at t. Abetcroinbie, 1). T. These cattle must uul lie less than two nor more thun lour years old and ol American stock sound, healthy and well formed animals of aver age ei/.e. All classeu of wild catt lc including "Cherokee and Tox.aB"' will be rejeclod. Cattle to be receiv ed subject to rigid inspection by an ollicer ol the array or siicii other person ns.limy be desit»naled lor tho purpose. Proposals will also be received for any number less than tlie whole specitled. Delivery to be completed by August 10, lb",7. 1'rompl payment may bo expected. 15. H. C.imis, Depot Cimirlennaster. June 1M il V22 Notice. In the mutter of the csla/t oj Ecu A'a/trt Lutbke, deceased. "VTOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVJiJT, that Catharine 1 M. Luebke has filed hrr petition with the ndtjo of probate ol Vauktou county, 1). T., pray ing Uiat letters ol adniinis'tration ol lhe estate ol Eva iMarla Luelike bo granted to her, and thai s-'iid application will be heard on the 2d day July, lh77, at ten o'clock a, in., at a genera] term of tho probata court of Yankton county D. T.. at tho otlice of '.lie judge of probate of said county, Witness my hand and the seal of said court this IJth day ol Juno. is 7, at Yankton, D.T. [Seall L, COMGLKTON, Junel5d-lrtd Probate Judge. EXCELSIOR MlXTiHicfcJMTIt ly THISS BTSIET, 74HKT5H. XJ O-^SB he a in so he a re tions* compounded by experienced pharmcacu tisle est nMKorlment ol BOOKS \ud Fancy Articles in tiie West Headlight Oil. the Bsbt in Marlsot. (laarj LIQUOR Adler & Ohlrpnn iMr'-'UKiw ':n iit'.Ai.i-its far 1 T4 Kentuelrv Whiskies "R -C Third Sti'oa'. opp. ^KTOT'WWiH'jmTWCiaiai'uiuaawi nasvL «ifJ -irtarjB*snn.voL-y- & tucj,\ /founEoi I!i8ii»I|ij| r-Y E: "SOUS aw.cu BouneoN BCUHBON Brandies, Giu, A-lcolnol, FOKEIGN 4NU DOMKST1C Wines, Cigitrs and TohacoOM, BROAiiWAV, ,« 173(1 YANKTON IK T. Fort Pierre and Deadwood, Freiclii Line A S E A I N S will leave FORT PIERRE Mondav of Each Week, On the arrival ol the regular Imttl, .1 7| 1 Takmc llironpli Ireicht and express gr.o is -with out delay. IS. A. N 1 rF JC S ClllCAOO to Di adwoo.l Stii.iiti ji Sioux City tii ."j.GO YANKTON U, 5.:15 Kt. 1'ierre to 1.7' For all oilier in form at ion, apply to E T.I A'S' (0 JlonXKlK. At/I*, fort Pif rrt. JiilAMJll.ti »IIX/£li .1- CO, Aqtn, yanktox. I W A S A Xi on it v. i. woouro/r/'/r. a at. uto vitv. Wliolcsnle mid Retail Dealers in FARM MACHINERY Flour, ors, 09.it, Toil, ic,, the ft Cc VAN N. PHILIP BEST & CO.'S MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER It. Lorcli' Billiard Hall and Lunch Rooms, 'or. ltr dway and 3d St., formerly hchuauber'g, YANKTON', DAKOTA. •"resh Milwaukee Lai er C'onslaraly on lland Ohicago & North-'Western Kailway Time ot departure of Passenger lrainfi from Valley in effect Leave for Chicago and the East,. GLEXN'S STIL 1*1111 It SOAP. KUADICATKS AI.I, LOCAL SKIN DISEASES I'KkMANiiNTi.Y HI:AUTIIII:S TIIE Jo.'.tri.KXlON, riiKVK.NTS AM) RlCME. DI r.s KHFX'MATISM AND GOUT, ILEALS SORES AND INJURIES OF THE CUTICLE, AND IS A RELIABLE DISINFECTANT. This popul.r: anl inexpensive remedy accomplishes the SAME RESULTS AS COSTLV SULPHUR BATHS, since it PER MANENTLY REMOVES EKUI'TII^'S and KUTTA'l loNs of the Skin. COMPLEXIONAL FLEMISHES are al ways obviated by its use, and it renders the culide wondrously fair and smooth. SORES, SPRAINS, BRUISES, SCALDS, HI'RXS, and CUTE are SPEEDILY HEALED by it, and it prevents and remedies Gout and Kheumatism. IT REMOVES 1A\DRV 1877 ..o.srr. M. .. i.,*W A M. Coiiucll Uiull's and the West. .S.45 A. M. .11.22 P. TO Till: I'l llLll: I-E, strengthens the roots of the llair, and preserves its youthful color. As a DISINFECTANT of Clothing and Linen used in the sick room, and as a PROTECTION against CON'I'AMOUR-DISEASES it is unequaled. Physicians emphatical endorse it. nvices-25 cndrK Oenis per Cake 1vrBox(3€ 'AeJ, 60c. and $1.20. K.l).—Sent by M..n. JVepaid, on rcccipt of pries, anr' cent:* •vtiri cach Cnl c. HILL'S HAIR AND \7HISXEK DYE, Ulack o«* Drown, 50 Ceuta. ^.fritteiiton Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av. N. PROFESSIONAL. E. H. VAN ANTWERP, T7sta.ry Fclilia aiiti fJomr33':i2issr. KisErEH or l'(h'ttri' ikifntyfc dyittm of Title AMme 1 A.NKION (OHIN it, II. (.(tlice ill l'\ J. Dewili's Ill'k. 3d St. Yankton, 1. '1 t'!»li KiisIuccrtnK and Stirvojln*. rnjaO-d!/ fiv p.- iV DUTOUR, A. i-g. to v. IVAL. Counsellor UI- JJIIC. Ollice opposite post-olllcc, Vankum U.ikota. I I V. DODGiO, Pc icLent, ID eiitist. Office in Dewitt's Block. 1 AXiiTOS, 1,11 DAIiO'S'/ SHANNON & WASHAEAUGH, Attorneys at Law YANKTON. I) O. P. HAGS. 0:tAI,(il IN & Staple CROCKERY & •\r 100 fts rocories Fancy C- Ir ASS WAR £, Third st,, Yankton. ICE! HAlT 31A N.N & JACOiiS Are prepared to furnish 1 (.'12 to families and diisuu'ss houses lor the eomins season. Leave orders at Schandeii:'? toro Wholesale and Retail DKAIJOi.': S Staple Ji Fancy GROCERIES. n- We wish to state that we are sole agents of lla kota Territory for the well-known firm? of Stcinway, 31 I'll all. Krnnlcli A Ilneli. and linitty I'lA.NOS and OKCANS. WE CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD. Will lukrt roul or personal propenv a:- pari pay inent, and also sell on iustailmcnts. (ji'lfK.-K at present at resulcncc« on Liun St., between -5d nad l:h. BEST IN THE WORLD!' ^torymh. PURE c,£LE CT S NEY1S SAVED as by their purity and strength less is j'Oiiuiivil than of oi' er manufacture the only kinds made that have the approval of one of the greatest living chemists, whose certificate is on every package. Buy only the genuine.—Observe the Trade Mark.— Btiy the powder only in cans securely la belled, as many poor and adulterated pow ders are sold in bulk as Peerless. Manufactured only by BELL, CONRAD CO. C/iiauio. Ill ITS. WAGNER BRO'S PllOl'RJ KTOitB Agents lor the VICTOR .SIC WJN'fi Aril INK fi-r the city of Yankton* also Amenta lor the LAJ?I.1N & ItANl) 1'C.WIJISI! More arid Repair Shop on N I FURNITURE J. R. SANBORN FURNITURE, MATTRESSco I PILES & GO., .UEALLR3 II-T- Boots* & Shoes Buffalo Boot aniiiShoe Store, THIRD STREET, YANKTON. ('ash iiaid for all kiu'ls ol l1 LiHS. Hills Hardware! DUDLEY & HAWLEY, Cor Douglas Ave. and Third SI., Yankton. Manufacturer" of and dealers ill (a:\rji\L 3i4iu)w\ui:, BLACK HILL MINERS SUPPLIES! Consisting art of COM) PANS, I'AMr STOVKS, A S IT S Complete Stock! Low Prices! CHARLES EISEMAN & CO MEEOHAHT TAILOES CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, 4&CC At Broadway, near Third Street, YANKTON, DAKOTA lAHiiiKMwtm fiieoi Williams, OF TUB Yankton Gunsmiili Shop.i WlioleBaii. and Keta.l Dealers in Giif, Rifles, Revolvers, And all kiuae of A anltioL I'ockct and Table i'utle, /, Tackle, Arc. lnh\ltu Oc ISrotidwny, neur i'hIr«J street, Wholesale and ltuta.j Dealer In MIRROE S, "Upholster ©& Goodf?, Uiulerlaker's Goods. D« wit Ulock, 3rd-St. YANKTON. nelft-dtl DAKOTA. A I S N I SHOVELS PLKDCilvS COOKINU T'T1*:XS1LS, iTKJ:L, KOli DRILLS. De ilers in all kinds ol GRAIN Choice WHEAT, CORN. OATS BARLEY for SEED, Elevator ol Seennd Street, liuikton, Dakota and LINE: From Yankton or Ft. Pierre •ro DEADWOOD. and other, points in the Black 1 liis line o(lei uperlor inducements to mer chants who wiah certain and speedy traiisporta'ion. Freight willnotbo eontnuted irincxcess ol H'8 transportation ou hand. linni Mil* of lading will he given if dei-ireil. For ratus and ot! e- niformillion apply to JillAMBLh\ MLYKIt may:'! tf tC* CO. Yank/on, 1). T.