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Volume 3.
E E A I
5 0« CLOCK F7 1&
THE NEWS.
Turkey Will Await the Action
of the British Parliament.
The Anti-War Feeling Increasing
In England.
There Are Rumors that the Parliament
Is to be Dissolved.
New York Wholesale Men Still Oisscussing the
Proposition to Do Away With Traveling
Agents.
FOREICN.
FOB ''LADIES" ONLY.
I/in'lon, Jan. 5.—The Gazette announces
the c-eat on of an imperial older of the
crown of India, for I id'e* only. The order
has been confii'red on all the pr'nuesses.
FKOJl CON TAN' I NOP I.E.
Ijonilo", Jan. 5.—A dispatch from Con
stantinople slates that if Ru-^i.-i rejects med
ir. in, Tirkey will await the meeting of (he
P.
n't Mi parliament, before IU tking direct
overtures lo Ku^sia.
CALLING (IN THE GOVERNMENT.
Paris, Jan. .5.—Tin Repnblique Frun
cn's", Qamlietla's oruan, calls on I lie gov
eminent riranvi! the present command
is of sev rnl army c»rp*. Most of these
geiirruls nic bonuiiHiti.«!s—iinon repub
lic ins.
niS'OLL'T.OX Or TI15 PAKL'AMEST.
indii!!, .T in. 5.—There i* a talk in s.nne
IJH ir.ern of 'he dissolution of the pa-liainent
in cons queiice of iiopelws divisions in the
ciliinei. The an ''-war a$ii,vion tliou lioiit
the conn ry is on llie inc.e.ise, but seems to
be confined j»re..y c\)-c]y wiihin parly
line-i.
NEW YORK.
ltANKLKH MKF
V:NG.
New York, Jan. 5—The presidents of '.he
banks met this aitercoou
10
TilK BARCLAY S 'tlEET F.RE.
New York, Jan. 5—Another bofly, or
parts of one was found to-day in llie ruins of
the Barclay srett fire. There are now four
unidentified bodies of the victims of the fire
in the morgue.
AUTHORIZED TO PAY
50
PER CENT.
New York, Jan. 5.—The receiver of the
National Trust com puny has been autbo
rezed pay a dividend of fit'iy per cent.
BANS tTATICMEXT
New York, Jan. 5.—Reserve increase,
#1,329,175
COMMERCIAL TRAVELING.
New York, Jan. 6.—The (jU''tt:. of
doing aw»y with th« present *ys(em of
ciminiercul traveling or selling goods by
sample is still discussed, and is causing
quiti a fluuernuiiinRt'inse interested. One
traveler s.ys that he ihiuks the abolitiou
comniKicial traveling would be suicidal fnr
New York, as oilier cities will then make
more strenuous efforts to get the trade, and
good travelers will sick those cities for and
obtain employment. Bring known cus
tumeis, they will be able get the trade,
as well lor one house R3 another, and the
traveler who has !ODB list of customers
will not be long idle.
TUB STOCK MARKET.
New York, Jan. 5.—Tbu fettuie c.f the
stock market (nearly dealings was the fever
islinesd of coal shares, which made a still
furtbe decline of 2 to fter cent., and
the ttrengih of the general railroad
litt, cfpcciailv the Like Shore and Wiscon
sin roads. The dealings in Lackawanna
were on a very large scale. The market af
ter 11 o'clock was firm and improved to
1'u per cent, the Lake Shore selling at 01.3.£.
DISSOLVED.
#*?ew York, Jau^S—The Stater fa I in oil
comnsay has voluntarily dissolved.
SAM.
,T, tll.DBS."'
New York, Jan. 5.—The suit against
Samuel J. Tilden, lo recover bis income
ta*, lias been postpoV^d till Sa'.uiday next,
his counsel being engaged in the Krie unit
Til
It SILVER HILL.
At the meeting of the bank president.*, at
the clearing house to-day, the edict of the
silver bill now |eilding in congress, was dU
ciiHsed, and rcsolu.ions wore adopted, refer
ring thi matlera to a committer who shall
iMommend a uitable action lo the ailjoiltn
ed mectii Wednesday next. ItrpinwDta
liv»« of 24 bank* were prwnt.
"j.a* #r-.*i»» -W
arrange for a
cuiicu11 of action regarding future loans.
FOIt EUliOPE.
Five steaine'g sail for Kurope to-day.
Four eary p.issenge-s. Freights a*e very
la:ge. livery available foot of.space is occu
pied.
A DF.FAU-TEU.
Louis E. Dorion, city treasurer of Quebec,
is said to be a defaulter to the amount so far
as known at present, of $30,000. His default
is accoun ed fo as advanced to Pelton &
Co., con:raclo-s, whose secur'ly is liens up
on amounts that may be recovered from
sui 3 on con'i'ac.s and prospective iMfs
from (he e.cclion of the new parliament
buildings. Do,''on has not been suspended.
He ofl'eoa to icliuquisli his personal property
amouniins *o SS.000.
The following resolutions were adopted:
Renoleed, That in view of tlm bill now
under consideration in congiess, wbicb fir
pofcu in effect (o supercede the existing law
requiring the redemption of ib« legai :r
der notes in gold coin, on and after the 1st
of January, 1879, miking silver dollars
of grains legal ttnidard for the pay
ment ot all debt', and measures of commer
cial operations in the Untied States, It ia
the du'y of ihe bank oftlcuja to,.serio{Lsly
inquire what effect so important a chance
in the circuUt ug medium, will have on the
conduct of the general business, and upon
ihe respective imtiiulions under their
charge, and wtiat practical measures, if aay,
can be adopted lo preserve their various
iru-ti from seiious decline, which will in
evitably follow llie passage of the bill in
quettion.
Iteiolved, That a cpy of these resolutions
be itnuiedi iielv letegraptied to the clearini:
hoiiS 'S
of B'»t n, Philadelphia and Balti
more, inviting the bank officers ttiere 11
consider llie same, and if practicable, lo
send delegbtw lo ait.:nd our meeting Wed
nesday next, with a view to mutual counsel
and concert of action.
Hi-.-.ohed, That the presidents of the Trust
conipanyV savings hanks aud life insurance
companies in lis ("t., be also invited lo
ii.tend the snne inett'tij!, and to participate
in the discussion.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOUND TO BE UNSOUND.
Bottor, Jun. 5.—A Springfield spccial
si.yj thut the Tbompsonvilie Savings bank
is found to be unsound, and the bink com
missioner has forbidden it to make further
pMymei.tj of principal or Interest to depos
it it*, until the amount du« shall be scaled
down, accotding to the shrinkage of assets.
This shrinkage is chiefly due to losses on
the stock of the Ninth and Park National
banks of New York. The treasurer of the
•savings bunk thinks that the depositors will
lose on'y six months ii't.iest, and five per
cent of depnsils.
LAST NIGHT'S STORM.
Bosion. Jan 5.—Several vessels were
driven ashore and Ibunde'ed iu the gale last
night, T.h£ los of 1 is not serious.
THE KKAHSAOE.
Po.-tsmoi.di, N. II., Jan. 5—The U. S
steamer Kearsage finale.! off Beacon Ledge,
on tbc rise of :he tide last night.
A MOTION OVERRULED.
Bosion, Jan. 5.—Judge Beacon to-day
over,tiled the motion for a new trial, of
Gilford Whi'.e, member of the Suffolk bar,
convicied last January term of receiving
two registered Untied States bonds, each of
the value of $10,000, knowing that they
bad been stolen, and sentenced to the house
of correction for two years, and to pay a fine
of S500. He was also sb.v re
J.
POLITICAL.
Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 5.—The pro
hibi':cnists of this state will nominate a
state and county tickets.
FIRES.
QJX
IS CINCINNATI.
Ciec.nnati, Jan. 5.—The Vine street
brewery was damteed by fire to the extent
of fifteen thousaud dollars. Fully insured
in Cincinnati companies.
IN DENVER.
Denver, Jan. 0.—A fire hroke out in the
freight depot of the Colorado Ce ntral ra i
rond early this morning. The building and
contents were consumed. Loss fifteen tbou"
sand dollars no insurance.
INCENDIARY.
Pottsville, Pa., Jan. 5.—The fire in No
4 colliery, Summit IIill, was of an incendi
ary origin. The whole Panther creek val
ley is endangered All available water has
been turned into the mine.
LATEST BY MAIL.
A Bucharest special reports that Austrian
subjects in Roumania liable to military ser
vice have been ordered to return home
within ten days.
I. N. Thomas, a private banker doing
business at De Mnines, suspended Thursday.
Liabilities, S25 000 assets, $48 (100, claimed
to be able to pay dollar for dollar iu sixty
days.
Cn| t. A. Boeardus, Thursday, at New
York, accomplished the teat of breaking
5,000 (*1(183 balls inside of 500 consecutive
minute*, with 19 minutes and 22 seconds
ti spare.
Drew, the temperance reformer, com
moncctl operations on the e»st side at D*-s
Doincs Thursday nigh*,' gi ing over 300
signers to tne pledge. His several weeks'
work on the. west side netted over 4,000 re
cruits to the blue ribbon.
Repoits from points in Louisisna and
Hanover counties, Virginia, state that
shocks of earthquake were felt Wednesday
evening. The shocks arc said to have been
accompanied by a roaring sound like a
chimney on^e.
At a meeting of the New York chamber
of commerce Thursday it WHS resolved at
be request of the Pittsburg chamber to
send three delczates to the convention to
be held in Washington on the 22d of Janu
ary for the purpose of considering the best
means of extending American commerce.
The committee appointed to investigate
the assets of J. D. Kaster & Co., of Chicago
bankrupt dealers in agricultural implements
have reported to tie creditors that the as
sets weie in such bad condttion that, sl
thougli they equaled the liabilities, SI,500,
000, the creditors would hardly reoliic over
35 cents on the dollar.
The coin in lh« tress'iiv of the United
Slates, HiiH'Ui Is to 1139,518405. Neailv
nm-fonrth of t'lis belong, lo priv.it- per
noils who hold certificate* of depnslt and
may pretent t'lem any moment. The
I amount owned bv the government appears
to be 110(1.OBIl,505, while the 1
W-r "IS•
There is said to be a strong movement
in Maryland for the defeat of Senator Den
nis, who is a candidate for re-election. The
people of the Ftr.te don't like Dennis, be
cuise of his fraternizing with the inflation
ists
T-
Arrangcments for a state convention of
Germans of Kansas in Leavenworth on the
9th iriRt. for the purpose of forming an emi
grant association have been completed, and
delegates will have free transportation over
the railroads to and from this city, and also
other Germans who wish to attend will re
ceive return tickets free.
Suleiman Pasha telegraphs thai the army
from Kamarll arrived safely at Slat'zi.
Baker Pasha with six huttilions and four
guns covered Its retreat, sustaining through
out Tuesday attacks from 1 *iirty battalions
of Russians with ten guas, oft whom he in
flldcd a heavy loss. Baker Pasha lost GOO
killed.
A special from Bucharest states that a
short time aco the Tuiks attempted 11 open
confideniial negotiations with the Russian
headquarters for an armistice but the at
tefnpt was unsuccessful, as the Russians
considered that ihey ought, to receive an
equiva'enl for ihe advantages, which the
porte would derive from being able to
organ las his forces during the armistice.
no.lSTlID COFVEG.
If there is any luxury more generally
appreciated thau auother,it is oo ID COF
FEE. Few persons can roast coffee well,
and to meet this wantMcssrs. Bell, Con
rad & Co., Chicago, have imported and
rosted a coffee called
ANKOllIA,
which is the nearest approach to Java of
any heretofore offered to consumers. It
is not glazed is brittle, and will grind
easily. Your grocer lias the goods for
sale, as also tlio famous
PEERLESS BAKING POWDER,
oiade by the same firm. Ask him for
them and obtain the best goods in the
world.
A E S E E A
\VA!.L, STREET.
New York, Jan. 5.
Money—7.
Guld-'-l ,02^c.
Governments—Fit m.
Stocks—Rather firm.
NEW YORK MARKET.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Jan. 5.
WHEAT—weak and easier l.OSJc bid for
cash 1.08 @1.09 for February.
CORN—fairly active and lower 42|©42ic
for cash 41 for February.
OATS—easy 24JJC for cash 24Jc bid
for February.
RYE—56c.
BARLEY—57J(n)58c."
PORK—weak and lower 11.25 for cash
11.321c for February 11.45 for March.
LARP—weak and shade lower 7.40c for
cash 7.42jc for February.
WH18KY—5.
MILWAUKEE.
IA-
eta'-'ruder
paper ooutindknf, for the redemttioo of
which ibit mln haa been accumulated,!*
nominally 4850,(07(909. "V
"t :'^4 %x-.'
YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1878.
January 1st the Union Pacific company
reduced ihe wages of aU section men anu
warehouse men at freight depots 10 cents
per day, and freight conductors and brake
men S2.60 per month.
Ne'v York, Jan. o.
WHEAT—dull 5©jc lower No. 2,
spring, 1.31',c.
RYE—dull 7OFF"6c.
CORN—easy [email protected] fur western
mixed.
BARLEY—dull.
OATS—firm [email protected] for western mixed
[email protected]}c for white.
PORK—quiet 12.40012.50.
LARD—steady 7.95.
WHISKY—9.
Milwaukee, Jan. 5.
WHEAT—|@lclower hard, 1.14 for No.
1 1.13 for No. 2 1.093c for cash 1.09
for January 1.09|c lor February) No. 3,
1.05.
CORK—dull 43c.
OATS—24£c.
RYE—56Jc.
BARLEY—63$c.
YANKTON PRODUCE MARKET.
BUYERS' GRAIN PRICES.
Whfeat
Com
Oats
Barley
Bye
Flax, per bushel..
re
23®3»
an
[email protected]
M%fi8
.88®!K)
RETAIL PRICES.
Corn, shelled, per 50 lbs .-. ,K0 cts
Com, car, per .0 frs ia cts
Oats, new per a: tbs Sects
Barley, per 48 ttis 40 cts
Bran, per ltKi lbs 60 cts
Mixed bran and meal, per urn lbs SI 40
Com Meal, unbolted, per ton lbs .... 4v
Corn Meal, bolted, per too lbs MI
Flour, patent, per too lbs 4 as
Flour, rearl White, per 100 lbs 3 iio
•flour Golden Drop 2 is
Flour,
Seuer. per 100 lbs 3 50
Flour, Kve. per I no Is .1 Hi
Flour, Graham, per loo lbs is
Butter, per lb 26 cts
Eggs, perdoz tarts
Potatoes, per uusliel Nicts
Onions per peek SS cts
Green Apples, ner bbl 8t®8
FANCY GROCERIES.
JAMES CLARK,
ltetatl Dealer in
Groceries, Fruits and Confectionery
Tfct*A»St, H«taL
A
(allalock ot cbotee Tobaeen and Cigars con
stantly oo band.
A
O S A E
3,500
ACRFS OF FARMING LAND
Near 7ankton and] Springfield
ALL OF TUB
Sioux Falls Water Power
Several ROOII Farms near Yankton also town
lots in Yankton, Sioux Falls aud Springfield.
W. W. BBOOKXNCtS,
Yankton Dakota.
GROCERIES.
H. E. CUTTING. J. B. CLOUDA8
GENE.& JACK
Cutting & Cloudas
DKALKUSIN
O E I E S
Tobacco and Cigars
*THIRD STREET,
(Opposite Postofflce.)
Yankton, Dakota
Goods delivered free to any part ot the city.
The best and cheapest always on hand.
CUTTING & CLOUDAS.
FLOUR AND FEED.
W A Burleigh Jr.
Wholesale & Be tail Dealer* in
Flour,
Grain,
Provision?,
and Live Stock
Burleigh's Block, Broadway,
(Between 2d & 3d Streets.)
Goods delivered to all partsJoPthe city free
of charge.
Special Attention to Outside Orders
PAINTING.
Samuel Merrill,
Carriage, Sign & Ornamental
PAINTER,
Capital Street, near 3d, Yankton, D. T.
All work done with neatness and dispatch.
PROFESSIONAL.
SHANNON &WASHARAUGH
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Yankton, ... Dakota
Grain Wanted
IN EXCHANGE FOR
A TEAM OF GOOD FARM HORSES,
A Nearly New
31-4 MIIIBURN WAGON,
And a-Set of Double Harness,
Together or Separately
Or will sell cheap. Can be seen at Corner of
Third & Capital Streets,
M. D. LINGO.
TO FARMERS, FREIGHTERS & TEAMSTERS
Ijiradl^TTJotel^
FEED, LIVERY & SALE STABLE.
The Beat of Hostlera Always in Atten&ui^e
ItATES-^lfan-and team over nifht, 9ftcents.
D. 3. HAIsIi, Proprietor.
MEAT MARKET.
NEW MEAT MARKET
BLACK A LINQO,
Dealers in all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats
4': S iS
V: 7 1
AL9°
n'.-.
Fl»«r, Feed aad all Klads *f Crate,
(Opposite Jencka Hotel,)
Third
8troet,
vi 5TF
.-.3» .- -1, -•-^u.LE
Postoffice Block,
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOOD8.
POPULAR ECONOMY!
Consists not only ID ReaKJlieupness, but in TRUE EXCELLENCE,
ofwhichour Immense Ditjj Sales give a trne and practical il
lustration.
MEN'S OVERCOATS,
From $5 to $30.
BUFFALO OVERCOATS,
From SI2.50to S30.00.
MEN'S SUITS,
From $5.00 to $25.
BOY'S SUITS,
Incorporated Jan'y I, 1875.
D..T. BRAMBLE, Pres't. WM.|MI^ER,JSui)t
F. L. VAN' TASSEL, Sec'y.
Prom »3 to »IO.
The Largest Stock of Furnishing Goods in the City
We sell the BEST FITTING and BEST
MADE GARMENTS in the city.
All Goods Warranted as Represented
I OUR PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST I
BATES,-
FLOUR AND FEED.
Excelsior Mill Co
UAKUFATCBERffOF
LOUR,
CORN MEAL,
And Dealers in all kinds of Feed. Cash paid for
Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c.
Flour delivered in all parts of the city bee ot
j^f^e. Call and see us.,, Our flour
rr!J,
CAPITAL STREET,
INSURANCE-
Home Insurance
COMPANY,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
incorporated 1863.
over SIMM M.
tosea arapromptly mt
Dakota
L.
Y&tnkon, D.
a
Qiinui.
ikm.
FAL'LK,
BRAN,!
SHORTS
ft'.'iiLifi-
Number 214.
"The
a
Clothier."
Yankton, D. T.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
A OHLMA3I, Wines, Liquors an
lobaccos, Druadwav.
CONRAD CO'S Baking Powder.
Manufactured ill Chicago. Sold by all Deal-
BR??u"sHotelW-
BRAMBLE,
DAKOTA
W Real Eslate 1Jealer
DRAY fc FLETCHER.
•U vision L)ealei*s.
Meat Market & Pro-
Capitalist.
MIXER IC CO., Wholesale Gro-
cera, forwarding, Storage, aud General
.^reaiiiboat Agents. Levee.
DURLEIGH W. A. Jr., Dealer iu Flour, Graiu
feed and Provisions. Broadway, Block.
DREXXAX JORDAN, Family Market.
•Lf Broadway. (Stier's old stand).
BLATT
BL'ERDORF, General Grocers,
holesale and ltetaii. Broadway.
pt'TTIXG it CLOUDAS, Grocers. TUird-St.,
opposite Postoilice.
DUDLEYliurd
le HAWLEY, UeiK'ral Hardware,
(corner and Douglas-Sis.
HERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly, l'aylor Bros. Proprietors
RIIIV.I
flitrd-St.
EISEMAX,MerchantTailoring.
CHAS. A- CO
House &
EXCELSIORbrands
General Clothing
Broadway.
MILL to. Manufacture Patent
and other of Flour, Meal, Feed, &c.
Capital-St.. near Levee.
DMUXDS FC WVSS* Bankers and Insurance
Agents. Broadwar.
piRST XATtOML BANK, Government Dc
A. positarj'. J. c. McVay, President. Natioual
Bank Block, Xhird-st.
P. K. Attorney-at-Law. Office, Ce
dar-St.. north of Third
I "J.ERMAMA HOUSE, Wallbaum & Becker,
VJ Proprietors. Douglas-Ave.
1AGE,
•A near
O. P. Family Grocer.. Third-St..
near Postofflce.
TAMA, PACT. «C CO. Manufacturer of
LA Cigars and Dealers in Tobacco. Third-St..
near Press and Dakotaian office.
JAY WARD, j. p., Real Estate and Loan
LA Agent, Third St.
ENKIKSOX, M. H.
Third .street.
PE1R
•leu.
-y i-tfi 1 -v
wi
rim
-a-,
Yankton
Dakota
I i:
Losses PaW, $2,500,000
lusted and paid in
CO.
DAWTA
A U,
*$7
*}^4
m-
Oysters and Fresh fish.
OB PRraTDiG, Every style, at Press
and Da
kotaian.
Goods. Iliird-St.
spiaks
for
r.
a is in
i^EE, L. M. ^Auctioneer and Commission
Merchant. Third-St.
TADISH, c. J. Drtigglst. Pennington's
Lv Block.
AVENDER, A. W. Cash Grocery House
Third Street.
(EBER, J. fc H. Dealers in Cordwood.
flee at tiermaniaHouse.
MERRILL,
or-
SAMUEL carriage, and sign
Ornamental Painter, Capital Street,Yank
ton, D.T.
IfHW PURDY, Druggists, Stationeis and"
.U Motions, Third-St.
XARTR1BOE, L. B. CO.
ranee Agents. Third-St.
Genend' Iniu-
IARMER, M. M. Banker and Insurance
Agent. Broadwar. near TUtd-St.
LCEBKB, Hide aad Leather Deal
ers. Tliird-St.
•pn.ES, I. CO. pealer in Boota, shoes, Hats.
I Caps and Burs. Third-St.
FANCY GROCERIES.
COUNSELL & C0YELL,
Retail Groceries.
CAPITAL-ST., Bet. SECOND 4 THIRD
A full stock of choice Cigata and Tobaecoal
ways on band.
MEATS, &C.
People'&Jlarket
I
E. L. WRIGHT,
Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats.
Poultry aud Game iu season.
Meat* Cut Mew York 8tyle.„
(Opposite Powerv' Lirery Slabla,)
!THIBD-®T, TAKXCOH

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