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flf rs. 4'i c^ -i A1 -•''I 'I 5 A a e"if--«£"«!-fi«f:' q%l,V7TAH ga'ffflA*! A ..* Volume 3. E E A I O Prospects That Hostilities Will J'T3J^Ce8Se.\ 2 :S Tkrtuiitt' Accepts the Tennis »r the Arnlstlce. ak *-i- Lord Derby Declines the Useless Mission of Mediator. The King o! Italy Is Momentarily Expected to '-j1 '3 Ls W®* ht- 'i •., A. special from Berlin says that Russia has consented to enter into negotiations for an armistice, even of tbe preliminaries of .pence are not settled before band. N London, Jan. 9—Intelligence bas been received that an unknown bark has been run down in the Llrii-tol channel, resulting in-tbe drowning of 10 iiersons. ARMISTICE CONDITION'S APPROVED. London, Jan. 9.—A dispatch from Con stantinople at 8:40 this morning says that tbe sultan, having approved of the armistice cmditions submitted to him by Minister Reouf Pasha, minister of war, has ordered commanders in the field to conclude an ar mistice with Russian commanders. A.3Y£*i" O'CLOCK F». M. FORETGN •', t-OREIGN. AN AHUISTICB PIIOBABLB. Liudon, Jan.. 9.—A. telegram from Con s'atitinople says tbat the Turkish command ers in tbe field have b*en ordered to con clnde an armistice witu the Russian com manders. A. con "elusion of t^uce is propable. TUB KINO VERY ILL. Ro ne, J411. 9.—The condilion of King Victor Emmanuel changed fur the worae hut glit. His difficulty of respiration ami irregularity of the puhe have increa ed. 8yjnptom« of miliary eruption* are now ul served, BOMB 2.30 P.M. Tlie king's condition is very »erious The niilia eruption if profuse. TIIE MONEY MALKKT. inilon, Jan. 9.—The stagnation in the ney market, sas the Time*, exceeds any thing experienced for a long time. The rise inc nols in partly due to the ikVext meut by tlie li.inks and others, having a dis posal of large ruins of money, which cannot be used ia way af ltian*. There seems to be no longer any justification for the bank of England, in maintaining he present rate of discount. ACTING BP' I.ORD DRUBY'S SBOGKSTION. Constantinople, Jan. 9.—The council of ministers have agreed upon the conditions of an armistice, ahd submitted them for the sultan's approval. In npcniog direct negotiations, purely for military armistice, the Porte is catd to be acting upon Lord Derby's advice _aud especially approved Server Pasha's foreign policy. All the ministers were present during tbe debate. II UN DOWN AT SKA. KKGLANS CAN'T DO IT. Before agreeing on this course Server Paxha, Turkish foreign minister, telegraphed to Masurus Pasha, Turkish ambassador at London, instructing him to request Lord Derby arrange with Russia condi tions of the armistice. Lord Derby replied that Ruisia would not entertain such a pro posal and counselled direct negotiations be tween the belligerents. NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE. It is stated that icgotiations continue be tween England and Russia on the question of mediation, the chamber of deputies hav ing heard the explanations of ministers and declared them satisfactory. FENIAN PRISONERS. London, Jan. 5.—Rumors have been late ly current that tbe government has pardoned all the Fenian prUm ers. These rumors, however, appear to lie exaggerated. The Standard announces tbat Color Sergeant McCarthy and private O'Brien, who were sentenced to life-long peqal servitude in I860, have been released on ticket of leave. Corporal Chambers, undergoing similar sentence, will be released next week. Tbe prison governors have received no intima tion concerning tbe release of O'Meara, Condon and Melidv, undergoing sentences for complicity in tii« Manchester murder, nor of tbe probable release of other prison ers detained for complicity in alleged Fe nian outrages, but who were nut convicted of treason, felony, or any military offense. McCarthy and O'Brlep were received in Lmdon by the Irish Political Prisoners' VisitIrg committee. They are well, but look pr«mature'y aged.. No condition I,as b"en m«ilp in their ic-fluetic* out of fie United Rieg lom It Is asierird in Si. L'uis on the lv*t an tlxiriiy that in Uio suit xuatnnt W. It. Ola A'Co., ni fh'Ongo, by t'te ViM« iMrlt. ing C"inr»mv and L'lbv. MrN-'il & Lilibv, tbe Si. Lmus Imj'I' cnniiiiiK coiuptnv not piriy nor did it h*»n any iHarintt d': ivctly or iiil*r'C'lv In 'he m«W t'i^pp Is nou imral rnn-nt •'iho Kl -»is l. et cann n* (•••ni.ir y, t|j thv u.'ii'o "f ibi' rompan/ I. in n- h-t »rr kC. r**,n,,nl •or*°f tlktt efurta*aioM ri-uci THE NEWS. Serious Strike Among the Shoe .., .^makers TOftynn.- The Vice President of the Security Gets Sentence of* Year. Balloting In the Kentucky LegisJature for Unitdd States Senators. .r.-3' V-'A A Warm Time AmongProminent New Hampshire Republicans. CRIME. FORGERY. Washington, Jan. 9—Fredrick R. Good rich, who admitted of forging the names of t!ie employees of tin iut rior deputnent to the pay roll, has been sentenced to t«o years of imprisonment. NEW YORK. BANKRUPTCY. New York Jan. 8.—S ven creditors of Francis Towes &(Jo„ military goods import, ers Maiden Lane, have filed a petition to have the firm declared bankrupt. Liabili ties $240,000 assets 124,741. SENTENCED. New York, Jan. 9 —Wetmore, vice pres ident of the Security Insurance company, hai been sentenced to one yenr in the peni tentiary and a fine of $250, full penalty. MONEY MEN'S MKEMNO. A meeting of bank preaident-i was held to-day, to luar le report of the committee upfKiiined Saturday last to p.-epare a rep rt mibjuci to the pending silvir bill and pre set resolution!- aud recommendations. Rep resentatives of the press were excluded. MISCELLANEOUS. SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE. Reading. Jan. 9.—Tlio habeas corpus case of E. 1'. BJ»Z, cashier of tlie Reading Sav savings bank has been determined. The court deciden that there was sutficiei evi dence to su-tain the charge, and Boaz wa held in the fo.-mer recognizance of t25,000' THE RESUMPTION ACT. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 9.—A meeting of business meu, merchants and bankers, was held at the board of trade rooms to-day, at wfcich strong resolutions were passed, de manding the remonetization of silver, and the repeal of the resumption act. A resolu tion was also passed in regard to the re usal of the Union Pacific railroad, pro rata with the Kansas Pacific, and calling on congress to declare the charte of the Union Pacific void unless it complied with the law. The meet was the largest, and the most representative assemblage ef business men ever held in the city, GOVERNOR PHILLIPS was to day the recipient of a brilliant recep tion tendered by a company ot the Nation al guar's. A grand will id now in progress to be followed by a banquet. STRIKING SHOEMAKERS. Boston, Jan. 9.—A Btrike of the Crispins at Lynn is extending. The largest force of police was necessary yesterday to protect non-unionists from assault. Several of the mob were arrested. Manufacturers declare the actiou of ths board of arbitration in or dering the strike at Doaks Go's shops to have been arbitray. •THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. Frankfort, Ky, Jan. 9.—The balloting tc-jav showed little change among t'.ie sen atorial aspirants. REPUBLICAN STATE COMMITTEE. Boston, Jan. 9 —At a meeting of the re publican state committee at Concord, N. II., last night, preliminary to tbe state con vention i-day, it was manifest that there was a formidable pro Hayes element in tbe party. Strong leeling against Chandler was expressed ky the delegates, while it was claimed by Chandler's friends that there bad been an organized effort to crush him, secret meetings having been held for tbat purpose, and tbat various prominent men have been drawn into it. At tbe meeting a speech was made by ex-U. S. Senator Pat terson, who, though indorsing the presi ded, doubted the advisability of introdu cing the matter lut tha convention, as there was a disagreement upon it. Speech es advocating either conciliation, policy or positive indorsement of Hayes were made by Gen. Steveds, M»j E. W. Fair, O. C. Moore and others. A. H. Tuck aud Mason VV. Tappan severe'y attacked W. E. Chan dler, who is a delegate. Chandler spoke at length, criticising tbe action of tbe preai dent. He spoke of tbe a*t irks made on bim.bylwo naval officers, Harriman and Tuck, and iulitnatcd certain irregular!' tics oti ibe part of Tu:.'k wbile in ink retorted calling Chandler a pollti oV. t'-mp. at!'! ehrgi-d hiiu mrh dishou r-b!c awinct as lobby it Monro «ud I H|i|uu llitm &ji 'ke, t.iu lnller I le srv. ir ly, on ClMiidiet. Maj e'nri m-ide the clo (Kecli. h'iiI In s..eikin(T of the south ern poncj ad th'«: :.e -v thake hand* *i'h th? men wbo shot iu !t"» tlnouch arm NKW II tMPaHIKK's NEXT oi VKRNOR. CVan.orl, N. II., Jar 0.—i'h» r«)-u I •Ule eoOTrn..O m. 1^. sy la harl 11. aetrff'j U,Ti n^^^Gr^Z}' I. Bell a, its president. B. F. Prescott was nominated for governor by acclamation. FIRES. in"A New \ork, Jan. 9.—A fire la reported raging in shaft No 7. of the Pennsylvania companies miners near Wilkesbirre. Tbe miners yesterday and last nigbt were en deavoring extinguish the fi mes. LATEST BY MAIL. The fair held In Boston to aid in the pur chase of Old South cburcb, has yielded about f40,000. Gov. Youue's annual message shows the cttte debt to be #500,303,70. Tbe message makes several pra tical suggestions. The Baptists have succeeded ia rais'ng the $100,000 needed for tbe endowmeut ot Shurilt ff college at Alton, III. Tbe largest gift, $6,000, was from a I any of Chicago. It Is rumored that Austria and Germany have vetoed the idea of opening the Dar danelles to Russian Vessels only. Russia lins cousiqueutiy deteimined not to raise the question at all. The Union house at Farley, Iowa, was burned Monday, with ail its contents. There had been a legal execution issued on the good and incendiarism is strongly suspected Insurance $2,000. Statistics of the brothers of the christian scho Is, a Catholic oider devoted to tne work of education, show an aggregate in the Unti ed Slates and Europe ot l,250eatablishmentr, 2,237 schools, 395,718 pupils The standing committee of the diocese ot Louisiana has concerned to the consecra tion of Kev. Dr Eec lesion as bishop ot W.st Virginia and refused to concent to tlie con sccrat on of Re v. Dr. Seymour as bishop of Spriugiieid. A Si Petersburg dispatch says hopts if an armistice are rapidly disappearing strictest secrecy is maintained as to the teriun Riirsia would propo-e. It i- iaid e-etl the commander in-chief has not yei be ii structed on tins point. Cadloruta, in. 7.—B th houses of tb Vijislaiuie aoj 'urneU frail Mt.nd'iv ti VVeilnesiiiiy "Ui of re.-pecl to tile ille111 T\ ol le late Senutor Porter. Tlie fuueral will take place to morrow under tbe aus pices of tlie. O 111 Fellow*, of which deceas ed was a prominent member. Charles A. Brne, editor and proprietor of tie Dramatic N -ws, New York, puH.if-b dan iitfiM ve ari icie on K'lic Girmd, now lie wife of Geerlie. Fawcett Rowe. Mr. Perrin, the ludj's la'her, and tue oritiiinl wner mid atuer of Fiora Temple, thrash ed Byrne list Sunday. The solicitor of the treasurv has decided thai goods manufactured in bonded manu facturing warehouses may be -transported to and exported from other'ports than Uioi-e at which said warehouses are located, provid ed transportations to parts of actual exporta tion is done by regularly bonded carriers. An official dispatch states thi.t the Rus sian loss in crossing the Balkans, however, was not so great as at first supposed. The Turks suffered enormously, and immense numbers of sick and wounded were found in their positions. On Dec. 31 tbe whole plain of Kamarli was strewn with Turkish corpses. Henry'R. Hinckley of Northampton, one of the private deposit irs who lost heavily by the robbery of the Northampton bank has recovered $25,000 Union Pacific 6 per cent, gold bonds, with two years' interest, at a coi-t $6,000. A short time ago the bank bur glars pledged $100,000 of the best railroad bonds for a loan of $8,000 and the bonds re covered were among the collaterals. A Vienna correspondent teleeraphs: I1 is snnounced from Cons'aritin»Dle tiiat tbe porie lins informed Euglandnf -U readiness ti enter into negotiations witu Russia, but intimated tbat it did not tbink negotiations between the military commanders ss pro posed by Russia suitable, a much prefera ble method being negotiations through apt etui plenipotentiaries. There sre, however, formal difficulties in tbe way of this pro posal. A E S E E A WA5.L 8TREBT. New York, Jan. 9. Money—6. Gold—1.02|c. Governments—Firmer. Stocks—Firmer. NEW YORK MARKET. Ne«v York, Jan. 9. WHEAT—quiet 1.33 for No. 2, north western, January. RYE—firm 76@78c. CORK—55@58c for western mixed. BARLEY—quiet. OATS—dull unchanged PORK—heavy firstname.lastname@example.org. LARD—easier 8.90. WHISKY—9. CHICAGO. Chicago, Jan. 9. WHEAT*-irregular and higher 1.07Jc for cash 1.07] January l.07J@-l.07fc for February No. 3, 1.01. CORK—easier 41 JC for cash 41c bid for February. OATS—steady 24}c. RYE—5fijc. BARLEY—easier 57JC. POHK—weak and lower 11.12Jn for cash 11.15 for February 11.30 for Maicli LARD—weak and lo*er 7.2^ for ca?h 7.30 or Fcbruarv 7.302c for March. Wiitsav—o. MILWAL'KIE. Mil wank WHEA T—firm and CnilN-fi tn .'2Jc. OATH—linn .Ian. 9. slradv N". I 1 1lor No. -J "l 1 08 fr in-nrv l.i'41c. hard 1.13 for 0for ca.li bru* No V4J -. Rf- I .dv Mh\ ktlLtY -ttije. rr* WZ?™7ri mTFQJP* ^«fTj ?*r't*"V YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1878. Numbsr 217. YANKTON PKUUUCE MARKET. Buvsns' OKA IN PRICKS, Wheat 78 Com Oats 25 Barley 25^ Kye 602 Flax, per bushel RETAIL PRICES. Com, shelled, per 56 lbs Corn, ear, per Tons Oats, new per:« Sis.... ISarley, per 18 IDs Bran, per l«u lbs Mixed bran and meal, per too lbs Corn Meal, unbolted, per too lbs Corn Meal, bolted, per too lbs Flour, patent, per too lbs Flour, Vearl Wiiite, per 100 tis "our Goldap fop Flour, Le Seuer, iter 100 Js Flour, Kye, per too fts Flour, Graham, per 100 Bs Butter, per lb Eggs, per doz Potatnes, per bushel Onions per peck Green Apples, oer bbl This house t§ the headquarters (or travelers and tminitrrauts. (lood stahlimr. BRAY &. FLETCHER Provision Market in Yankton. A full line of choice Groceries* Vegetables of I iU kinds. Flour, Butter aud Kggn also a ful iLssnrtment of fresh and Halt M*?at9, Fish, Oys rs, &cM &c In short, ev«*rvthi»g needed to sat isfy 1 lu* appetite of tlie most fastidious, constant ly ou hand and for sale at bottom prices. We Will Not be Undersold I Call and examine our stock and be convinced that we speak the truth, anU thai you can SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY By buying all your Provisions at our pi ace—''The I apital Market." BRAY & FLETCHER. STAGES. Dakota Central STAGE & EXPRESS COMPANY. Stages leave Yankton every morning (Sundays I excepted) at 1 o'clock, for I SCOTLAND, OLIVET, MILLTOWN, ROCKPORT, FIRESTEEL And Intermediate Points. Good Covered Hacks & Bobes I Furnished for Travelers. Reasonable charges and quick time Is our motto. I For Passage, Express or Freight, apply at office I on Tbird street, opposite Jeucks (St. Charles) I Hotel. DRUGS AND MEDICINES c. AND DEALER Ktid IHflkoiaiati. nocts tocts »i cts 40 cts .so cts .81 40 1 40 1 80 4 25 hie S 00 8 75 3 50 3 1*1 2 75 25 Cts 85 Cts I tiu cts 25 Cts I SK&5 HOTELS. GERMANIA HOUSE Douglas Ave., near Third St., YANKTON, DAKOTA WALLBAUM & BECKER, Props. Postoffice Block, 1 FELTON & KINO, Proprietors. j71adishI Wholesale and Detail IS 1ST PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES WINDOW GLASS, Wall Paper, Blank Books School Books, Stationery Good Goods—Satisfactory Prices TBIBO STBBBT, (Next door to Postoffice,) Yankton, TOBACCO, &.C. PAUL HAMANN & CO Mtuiufaeturerof and Dealer in all kinds of CLOARSAND SMOKING! AND Chewing Tobacco. A good, assortment of all kinds of Smokers' I Articles. Manufacturing to Order a Specialty THIRD STREET (Between Broadway and Cedar 8treetaJ YANKTON ... DAKOTA. AUCTION. L. M. KEE. Commission Merchant Axn CITY AUCTIONEER. Dealer in fmkery, Glassware, Linps, Lup G*«4s, Glassware, Ac. Nort^8.de ot Third-St. Between Cedar and Walnut. FLOUR, CORN MEAL, Dakote ISV* •. CLOTHING AND FURNI8H~NQ GOODS. POPULAR ECONOMY! Consists not,only in Re*l Cheapness, bnt in TttUE EXCELLENCE, «f hour Immense Da ly Sales give a true and practhal il luNtmt.'on. MEN'S OVERCOATS, From |5 to $20. BUFFAXO OVERCOATS, From si a.50 to $30.00. MEN'S SUITS, From $S.50 to $28. BOY'S SUITS, From 3 to 10. 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 FLOUR AND FEED. OUR PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST I BATES,-- Incorporated Jan'y I, 1875. ». T. BRAMBLE, Pres't. WMJMINEB^Supt F. L. VAN TASSEL, Sec'y. Excelsior Mill Co MAJJUFACTURE»S|OP BRAN,! And Dealers in all kinds of Feed. Cash paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c. Flour delivered In all parts of the elty free ot I Ke us CAPITAL STREET, Yankton Dakota INSURANCE- Home Insurance COMPANY, ICOLUMBUS, OHIO Incorporated 1863. [LossesPaid, $2,500,000 This company takes pride In referring to its prompt payment of ail losses, paving at the .'ree 8res chleago, BostonTGarreslou aud St lolina over l.eoo, 00. A'l losses are promptly adjusted and paid In 'akouby L* B. PARTRIDGE A CO. KNKKAL A#W. ROK AKOTA A OUIKA "The Agents. Broadway. SHORTS 1 Clothier." *11 Yankton, D. T. BUSINESS DIRECTORY A1M-ER le OHL 1W, Wtues, Liquors au tobaccos. Broadway. BUI* COMUB fc CO'S Balflug Powder, •lanulacturea ill Chicago. Sold by all Deal ers. BRS?SlelW' W- BRAT KsUle ^er «c FLETCHER. Meat Market® Pro vision uealers. Capital-St. DRAAIBLE, MIXER 1b CO., Wholesale Gro jJ eera, Forwarding, Storage, and General Steamboat Agents. Levee. OURLEIGH W. A. Jr.. Dealer in Flour, Grain reed anti Provisions. RrnaHwuv Rwir DREN.N-AN JORDAN, Family Market, Broadway. (Sner's old stand). BL'EKDORF, General Grocers, liolesale auU Retail. Broadway. CUTTING CLOVDAS, Grocers. Third-St., opposite l'osloniee. rjUULEY fc HAWLEY, General Hardware. Corner Third and Douglas-Sts. DAKOTA HERALD, Democratic Newspaper published weekly, Taylor Bros. Proprietors .'iiird-St, tMSEMAN, CHAS. CO. General Clothing t-t House & Merchant Tailoring. Broadway. piCELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent -s-4 and otber brands of Flour, Meal. Feed. &c Capital-St., near Levee. T^DMVNDS fc WYNN, Bankers and Insurance THIRST RATlONAi BAHK» Qovernment De- F^ifioM^SS° I ^ERMANIA HOUSE, Wftllb&nm & Becker. Proprietors. Douglas-Av*. Wage, AX near e. P. Family near Pnstoffloe. HAMA.%!*, KISf-TSag' DARMER A Agent. Our Hour sptaks for Grocer. Third-St., PAUL ic CO. Manufacturer of Cigars and Dealers in Tobacco. Tblrd-St., near Press and Dakotaian office. HAAYg^TMrdJ-8tP- ESUte JEThl^re'etM' 1 a"d 0y8te" FrMh K^eVchant* Thirt-Stf" K^ock*' ISSSgSSk* *uh- J1® Every style, at Press and Da- Trnnts'md Furnishing aDd C)mmlssi°» C" DruKSi8t. Pennington's w- Cash Grocery H01Me /EBER, J.tH. Dealers in Cordvrood. Ot AJ flee at Germania House. I^ERRILL, SAMUEL Carriage, and Sign ton °™araental fainter, Capital Street,Yank- M1ySuo*.'!IJTh!r,d,-°trUggt9ta' Bta"°0e" aod TARTRIDGE, L. B. fc co. General Insii A ranee Agents. Third-St. Banker and Insurance Broadway, near Thlrd-8t. P®1* HWe QUIRES R,™»d*i£guI^ware SAuSMi^ father Deal- A ers. Tnira»at. piLES, i. «c CO. Dealer In Boots. Rhoes, Hats, A Caps and Fun. Third-St. OF LEGAL BLANKS. At the Press and Dakotaian Counting Room. De*,ers- Yank- OHANNON fc WASUABAUGH, Attorneys-at Law. Office, Third-St., near Press ana Da kotaian office. VAN ANTWERP, E. H. Civil Engineer and Conveyancer. Sawyer's Block, up stairs. \17AGNER BROS. Gunsmiths and Dealers VV in Firearms. Broadway. riTTUTE, H. W. Gunsmith and Dealer In vv Firearms and Musical Instruments. Stone's Block, Capital-St WEST. I. E. Attorney-at-Law. Pennington's Block. Boom 9, tlTlLCOX fc WUXIAMS, Dealers In grain W Elevator foot of Second-St PAINTING. Samuel Merrill, Carriage, Sign ft Ornamental FAixro, Capital Street, a or 3d, Yankton, D. T. All work done wiUt oeataess asd dispatch.