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Volume 3.
E E A I
O O O 3
KARS HAS FALLEN.
The Most Important Victory of
the War.
The Turkish Stronghold Captured
at the Point of the Bayouet.
With Large Quantities of Military Stores
and 10,000 Prisoners.
FOREIGN.
KAR3 TAKEN.
London, NOT. 19.—A sptcial dispatch,
dated Veran Kalch, Sunday evening, I J*
that the fortress and city of Kara, with three
hundred cannons, stores, ammunition, cash,
etc., fell into the Russians' hands. The
Turks loss 5,000 killed and wounded, 10,000
prisoners and many (lags. The Russian
loss about 2,700. The Russian soldiers
made but trifling booty and spares peaceful
citizens, women and children. Oen. Lorris
Melikoff directed the battle during the day
Grand Duke Michael was present,
also the former entered the city
at 1:10 o'clock Sunday morning.
London, NOT, 19.—An Averan Kalch
special says that Kara was captured by
15,000 Russians who climbed the steep
rocks, ramparts and walls, and stormed an
equal number, desparately fighting the
Turks in headlong flight,
oTer
their ditches
and parapets, compelling them to die or
surrender. The escalade had been origin
ally filed for the 13'h, but it was postpon
ed nwing to bad weather. The principal
attack was made on the southern forts.
Gen. LazweofF who commanded the right
wing, consisting of the fortieth
division, assaulted Haflz Pasha
fort, cr'nvnin,' a steep rocky height
General Count Grabbe, with a regiment of
Moscow grenadiers and a regiment of the
39th division attacked Hafiz Pasha in the
center, the Khanlie Tahea, Sauvarra Tabia,
the three towers and the citadel. The Or
dahan brigape, another regiment of Mos
cow grenadiers, under Generals Roop and
RomeroS*, forming the left wing, assaulted
Fort Inglis on the north. The attack began
in the center at S:30 Saturday evening, when
Count Grabbe led his brigade against the
Khanli redoubt and himself fell'dead at the
first onset, pierced by a bullet. The citadel,
FortSouvarra and Fort Haliz Pasha were
carried by assault. By daylight Sunday,
General LazarefTe's troops had made pro
gress
as far as the capture of Fort Kanadagh.
Gther forts, especially Arb Tabia on the
east, and Takmah Tabia on the west main
land, made a stubborn resistance till eight
o'clock, when all the garrison which could
escape fled towards Erzerdum, but these
were
subsequently overtaken by the dra
goons and Cossacks and brought back pris
oners.
Capt. Kwadmlckl, of the 39th regiment,
waa the first to enter the redoubt, at 11
o'clock at night. His sword was cut clean
out of bis hand, and his clollies pierced.
The redoubt surrendered early in the morn
ing, and then the three towers almost sim
ultaneously, with the capture of the Kanll
redoubt.
TUB EX-PRXSIDERT.
Paris, Nov. 19.—Gen. Grant will dine
with Emily De Giraelene, Nov. 27tli.
MAIL MATTER.
London, Nov. 19.—The postoffice author
ities have arranged for three mails a week
for the United States via Queenstown.
A LAROB LOAN.
Berlin, Nov. 10—It is expected that the
government will ask parliament the loan of
150,000,000 marks, fitly million represented
by the loss on the resumption of gold cur
rency.
WASHINGTON.
Washington, NOT. 19.—The senate finance
committee took no action on the silver bill
Spofford and Kellogg have submitted their
statements to the senate electors committee.
The statements do not differ from those al
ready published. The democratic mem
bers of this committee are thinking of ask
ing to be relieved irom the further consider
ation of this case and thus bring the matter
before the senate at once.
The nomination of Gen. Harlan, judge of
supreme court, was before the judiciary
committee to-dav, but no conclusion was
reached.
Th* bouie committee on elections It day
exchanged views in regard to the Colorado
cue. An informal expression of opinion
Indicated that the members stand three in
fsvor of Patterson, three In fsTor
•f Belford, four in favor of reporting
there was no valid election. The remain
In* member did not commit himself.
CRIME.
IN AMSTERDAM.
Amsterdam, No*. 16.-Jacob Parker
wu murdered aod robbed Saturday
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NEW YORK.
EXPORTATION OF WHEAT.
New York, Nov. 19.—Fifty-eight vessels
took to Europe last week 978,0(14 bushels of
wheat.
AHRERTED.
New York, Nov. 10.—A Harrisonburg,
Va., dispatch, rays that Isaac Powell and
Dcwltt Ettioger, alias Glover, have been
arrested, charged with placing obstructions
on the Baltimore & Ohio track, Saturday,
whereby the train was wrecked and Engi
neer Thomas Chiltow and Fireman John
Thompson, were scalded to death.
ACCIDENTS.
TUltEE PERSONS BURNED
New York, November, 17.—By the
xploslon of a kerosene can yesterday,
Mrs. Thos. Doran and two children were
burned to death.
IN A MINE.
New York, Nov. 19.—George Back Min
er and Jas Johnson, his laborer were killed
in the Dismond mine in Scranton, by the
fall of the roof. The firing of the blast
was probable the cause of the fall.
CONGRESSIONAL.
HOUSE.
Washington, Nov. 19.—The house went
into committee of the whole on the Paris
exposition bilH
SENATE.
The senate adopted DaTis' resolution to
inquire into the discrepancies in the treas
ury department.
The senate receded from Its amendments
to the army bill not concurred in by the
house, and the bill now goes to the presi
dent.
LATEST BY MAIL.
Gen. Terry telegraphs to Gen. Sheridan
under date of the 16th that the following
dispatch is not confirmed.
Bismarck, D. T„ Nov.
15.—Lieut Kisling
bury's Black Hills scouting party from
Standing Rock, was taken in by a band of
Brule Indians on the north bank of the
Cheyenne river, and only escaped by sur
rendering their arms ana a few captive In
dians they were bringing to Standing Rock.
The party has just arrived safely at their
post, out badly scared.
A Washington dispatch of the 16th says
that the final interview of the delegation of
Poncas with the goverment was held that af
ternoon. Tuesday last the Poncas were infor
med that tktf must return to the Indian
Territory, but that they might select better
land if they do not like the present location.
The Indians have expressed a resolve to do
what their great father wants them to do,
but the tenor of their speeches indicated
very clearly that they will return to their
homes with their hearts brim full of disap
pointment.
THE TERRITORY.
IIOK IIOMME COUNTY.
Springfield Times: The trustees of
the Bon Homme school districts have
prohibited all religious denominations
from holding services in their school
house.
Gen.W. H. H.Beadle contributes an
interesting article to the Press and Da
kotaian on the "growth, resources, and
future of northern Dakota." The general
is a graceful and easy writer, and never
fails to hold tho close attention of bis
readers.
Col. K. T. Wood surveyed twenty-two
claims for a colony of Russians who have
located in township ninety-eight, range
sixty —directly north of this town.
The young men of Bon Homme are or
ganizing a lyceum.
Bon Homme wants another grist mill.
NEW MILITARY POST.
Springfield Times: A new military
post will be established at old I'onca
agency and soldiers stationed there to look
after Spot and his Indians. Buildings
are now in course of erection for the ac
comodation of. three or four companies
of cavalry, which will no doubt be oc
cupied as soon as they are completed.
OLD SPOT.
Springfield Times, Nov. 17: Old Spot
and his Indians were about fifty miles
out from the new agency yesterday, en
camped on a small creek. Major Law
rence sent out a supply train to them
this morning, with grub, and they are
expected to arrive at the agency on Sat
urday or Sunday next.
YANKTON PRODUCE MARKET.
RETAIL PRICKS.
Corn, shelled, per fie lbs
Com, ear, per 70 lbs
Oats, new per 82 Bs
Barley, per 48 Bis
Bran, per 100 its
Mixed Dran and meal, per IOU BS
Corn Meal, unbolted, per too tbs
Corn Meal, tiolted, per 100 SIN
Flour, patent, per too lbs
Flour, rear! wlilte, per to# lb*
Flour (lolden Drop
Flour, he Seiier. |er loo tis
Flour, Itye. per loo As
Flour, (iralinm, |wr loo to
Butter, |Hr
Eggs per ilo/.
Potatoes, per l.uslicl
Onions tier peck
flreen Apples, per bbl
ni'YKKN' DRAIN I'HIRIT*.
Wheat
Corn
Oat*
Barley.
Rye
•erbtisM.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Gold- -1.023 c.
Money—[email protected]
Governments—Firmer.
Stocks—Dull.
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NEW YORK MARKET.
New York, Nov. 19.
WHEAT—quiet 1.43} No. 2, red win
ter for Debember.
CORN—firmer and active [email protected] for
mixed western.
OATS—quiet.
PORK—dull [email protected]
LARD—steady j|[email protected]
WHISKY—9011c.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Nov. 19.
WHEAT—firm and higher [email protected]
for cash 1.06'[email protected] for the year or
December.
CORN—irregular and higher 45ijc for
cash 42}c for December.
OATS—easier 25}[email protected]| for cash 25Jc
for November 24|@25c for December.
BARLEY—strong 63c.
RYE—54Jc.
PORK—steadX and firmer 12.25 for
cash or January 12.10 for the year.
LARD—firmer 7.90 for cash 7.85 for
the year 7.87}c for January.
WHISKY—6C.
MILWAUKEE.
Milwaukee, Nov. 19,
WHEAT—quiet, firm and steady l.i
for cash 1.08c for November No. 3,
1.04c.
CORN—firm 49c.
OATS—26c.
RYE—66c.
BARLEY—firm 69c.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
LIM.KR
fc OlILMAN, Wines, Liquors and
Tobaccos. Broadway.
BELL,
CONRAD «c CO-S Baking l'owder.
Manufactured in Chicago. Sold by all Deal-
gROOKIXUS, W. IV, Ileal Estate Dealer.
.lenuks Hotel.
BRAY
fc FLETCHER. Meat Market & Pro
vision Dealers. Capital-St.
DRAMBLE, MIXER fc CO., Wholesale !ro
JL» eers, Forwarding* Storage, and lieneral
Steamboat Agents. Levee.
DURLEIGH W. A. Jr., Dealer in Flour, Grain
•U heed and Provisions, ltroadway, Bloek.
BLACKFreight
HILLS Steamer. Weeklv Passenger
and Paeket from Yanliton to Fort
Pierre.
gREN\A fc JORDAX, Family Market,
1
Broadway. (Stier's old stand).
BLATT
AC BUERDORF, General Grocers,
Wholesale and ltetail. Broadway.
ill.NG A C'LOUDAS, Grocers. Tliird-St.
opposite Postoffice.
D'
1JDLEY fc IIAWLEY, General Hardware.
Corner Third and Douglas-Sts.
DAKOTA
HERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly, Taylor Bros. Proprietors
Third-Si.
E
'ISEMAN, CHAS. it co. General Clothing
House & Merchant Tailoring. Broadway.
EXCELSIORbrands
E
FAULK,
MILL CO. Manufacture Patent
and other of Flour, Meal, Feed. &c.
Capital-St., near Levee.
DMI'XDS Jc \VYX.\, Bankers and Insurance
1
Agents. Broadway.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK, Government De
positary. .1. C. MeVay, President. National
Bauk Block, Tliird-St.
P. K. Attorney-ai-Ij»w. Office, Ce-
dar-St., north of Third.
QERMAMA HOUSE, Wallbaum & Becker,
VJ Proprietor*. Douglas-Ave.
AGE, O. P. Family Grocer. Third-St„
near Postoffice.
HAMA1SN,
PAUL Jc CO. Manufacturer of
Cigars and Dealers in Tobaceo. Thtrd-St.,
near Press and Dakotaian office.
HAYWARD.
J. P., Real Estate and Loan
Agent. Third St.
TENK1NSON, M. II.' Oysters and Fresh Fish.
Third Street.
TOB PRINTING, Every style, at Press and Da
kotaian.
fEBER, J. lc H. Dealers in Cordwood. Of
A-i flee at Uermanla House.
ltTERRILL. SAMUEL Carriage, and Sign
Ornamental Painter, Capital Street,Yank
tou, D.T.
TVPtM!* PURDV, Druggists, Stationers and
ill Notions. Tliird-St.
PARTRIDGE,
L« B. Ic CO. General Insu­
rance Agents. Tliird-St.
DARMER, M. M. Banker and Insurance
•t Agent. Broadway, near Tliird-St.
PE1R
A ers.
*. «*s. ^'v -te^^-vt
^r-ff'1 & fs*^
Hide and Leather Deal­
ers. Tliird-St.
ILES, I, It CO. Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps and Furs. Tliird-8t.
VIRES OF LEGAL BLANKS, At the Press
and Dakotaian Counting ltooin.
ICIIEVIc DIX, Hardware Dealers. Yank
ton and Deadwood.
CANBORN, J. R. Furniture Dealer and
O ufacturer. Tliird-St., Dewitt's Block.
Mah-
CHANNON It WASHABAUGH, Attorneys-at
Uw. Office, Third-St., near Press and Da
kotaian office.
VAN
ANTWERP, E. II. Civil Engineer and
Conveyancer. Sawyer's Block, upstairs.
'YIT'AGNER BROW. GIIIISIIII
In Firearms. Ilroadwa.v.
WUJ'
..2*0*1
Gunsmiths and Dealers
Wlf®1 Gunsmith and Dealer in
'rearmsand Musical Instruments. Stone's
Bloek. Capital-St.
Attorney-a«-l.aw. Room
Pennington's Block.
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VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19,1877.
ATZ, H. Clothing, Trunks and Furnishing
Goods. ThIrd-Ht.
KE*E,
WALL 8TRKKT,
New York, Nov. 19.
L. M. Auctioneer and Commission
Merchant. Third-Bt.
j£A^DIMI, c. 1. Druggist. Pennington's
A VENDER, A. W. Cash Grocery House
Third Htreet.
JOB AND BOOK PRINTING.
THE
PRESS AND DAK0TAIAN
JOB AND BOOK
Printing Establishment
Pamphlet Printing a Specialty
tatter Heads, Note Heads,
Bill Heads, Tags,
Monthly Statements and
Business Cards.
Fifty
Thousand Envelopes of all
Colon
Circulart.Co. Bonds & Bank Checks
BOWSIV KnVGtBBURT, Pn.p«
BRAY & FLETCHER
™ToniFCO^^
Provision market in Yankton.
A full line of choice Groceries. Vegetables of
all kinds. Flour, Butter and Eggs also a full
assortment of fresh and salt Meats, Fish, Oys-
tors, &c., &c. In short, everything needed to sat
isfy the appetite of the most fastidious, constant
ly on liana and for sale at bottom prices.
We Will Not be Undersold
Call and examine our stock and be convinced
that we speak the truth, and that you can
SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY
By buying all your Provisions at our place—"The
Capital Market."
BRAY & FLETCHER.
GROCERIES.
Blatt & Buerdorf
Wholesale and Retail
DKALKRS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
O E I E S
BROADWAY.
YANKTON. DAKOTA
AUCTION.
L. MJKEE.
Commission Merchant
AKD
AUCTIONEER,
THIRD-ST. YANKTON
FURNITURE.
J. R. SANBORN
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FURNITURE, MATTRESSLc
MIRRORS
Upholstered Goods
UNDERTAKER'S 600DS,
Dewitt's Bloek, Third-Rt
YANKTON DAKOTA.
FOR SALE.
HORSES FOR
SAT.li!
At the Bradly Hotel Stable*
Selected from the Itert Fmwi Stock
Will sell tor cuh. ^ppvoved^ notes or exchange
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
E E S I O
Drug Bookstore
MILLS & PTJRDY
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
DEALERS IN
S
All the popular medicines of the day. Pre
MrigUons coum pounded by experienced pharina
Tfc* PiaMt Awwrtmat
Books and Fancy Articles
IN THE WEST.
Headlight Oil the beat in the Market.
DRY GOODS.
E O A
CONGLETON
HAS REMOVED
To Valentine's Block,
[Next door to Merchants Hotel)
Thus securing one of the largest and finest
storerooms in Yankton. He has just received
from eastern markets a full and complete stock
of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Cloaks, Shawls, Silks,
Cashmeres, Alpaoas, Beavers
Zephyrs, Water-proofs,
Oermantown Wools, Suitings
He offers a complete assortment of first-class
oods at verv low prices. All his goods were
purchased after
PERSONAL INSPECTION
O A S
Thus securing better prices than can be had on
the credit system. Customers will receive the
benefit of these low figures.
A. cordial invitation is extended to the public
to call at the new store and examine goods and
prices.
L. CONGLETON.
FOR SALE!
3,500
ACRES OF FARMING LAND
Near Yankton and Springfield
ALL OF THE
Sioux Falls Water Power
Several good Farms near Yankton: also town
lots in Yankton, Sioux Falls and Springfield.
w.w.noonNes,
Yaaktea, Dakota.
BANKS
A N O N A N
EDMUNDS 4 WYNN, Bankers,
Yankton, .... Dakota
DO A OKNBBAL
Banking, Collection 4 Loan Business
The same aa National Banks.
principal cities
P. »ej 'iited States and Europe. SneciaT »Uen
Uo paid to eoUectloos and remltt#d for
Invariably on Day of Payaent
loan mopey. pay UXM and sell real estate
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Number 176.
VERMILLION HOTELS.
LION HOUSE,
Vermillion, Dakota
6. 6. RICHARDS, Prop'r.
,•
The onlv first-class house In the city. Gool
Ublesana clean rooms. First-class livery con
nected with the house. My motto Is Live an)
MtLive.' Terms $2 per day. Baggage to and
from the depot free of chane.
U. G. RICHARDS, Proprietor.
DAKOTA HOUSE,
(FORMESLY ADELPHI)
The Central Hotel of the City
TiMmHOW, DAKOTA.
Table supplied with everything the market
affords. Headquarters for commercial traveler*.
Free baggage to and from the depot.
W. 8. KNAPPEN, Proprietor.
HIDES, FURS, &C.
Peir & Luebke,
DIALIU IN
HIDES, FURSf
LEATHER
A N I N I N S
THIRD STREET,
Yankton, Dakota
Mary J. Holmes.
The new novel, MILDRED, by Mrs. Mary ,T.
Holmes, author of those splendid books—editu
LyU—Wut Lavm—Ttmptsi and Sxauhint—Lttui
etc., is now ready, and for sale by al
booksellers. Price S1.B0. It is one of the finest
novels ever written, and everybody should read
it. declt
G. I. Carletan & Co., Pnblisliers, K. Y.
BANKS
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Bank of Yankton
Viaaacial Agent of tlw United State*
Approved Depositary for Disbursing
Officers.
JAMES
C.
1
McVAY, President
W. H. McVAY.
CASHIKR.
Drafts 'doughtand sold. Collections mada
anb promptly remitted for.
WINE8 AND LIQUORS.
Adler & Ohlman
Importers and Dealers in
KENTUCKY WHISKIES
BRANDIES, GIN, ALCOHOL
JFOBEtQX AND DOMESTIC
Wines, Cigars and Tobaccos
BROADWAY,
YANKTON, DAKOTA
SHIRT MAKING
Warranted Perfect Fits
$2.00 EACH.
ICRS. CALLIHAN,
Capital
SteMt,
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$
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Yankton, D. T»

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