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r* BLATT A v* Volume 4. I. O. O. V. Dakota Iodge, No. 1.—Regular meeting Friday evening of each week, at Odd Fellows Hull, Sawyer's liloek. Humboldt IjOdge, (German) No. 5.—Regular meetings on Wednesday evening ol each week, at Odd Follows Hull, Sawyer's block. Vankton Encampment, No. 8. lugs on 1st. and 3rd. Monday evenVng of cacli Regular nicet- _ay eveniii at Odd Fellows Hall, Hawycr's block. A. F. It A. M. Vankton Chapter. No. 1.—Regular meetings on Ili-stand third Wednesdays of each month, at Masonic Hall, Sawyer's block. Sojourning com panions cordially Invited. 8t. John's Lodge, No. 1.—Regular communi cations on Tuesday evening, on or heforu lull iiiDon of each month, at Masonic Uall, Sawyer's block. Sojourners cordially invited. Communications for the Daily Press and l)a kolain, also advertisements, should be handed In before 2 o'clock p. in, l.cg:il notices intended for tlio Weekly 1'res and Dukotuian should be handed In not later lliati Tuesday evening. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS It AI INROAD. K.istini AltRIVK. 6:15 P.M. IRISHMAN, flHAS. *€«. (Jeneral CIothhlK 1' House & Merchant TailorintJ. Hroadway l/\Ci:LSIOIl MILL O. Maimfaeture Talent Xi and other Inands of Klour, Meal, Feed, Capilal-St., near Levee. L^I.llL.\US Sc \VVX.\, Hankers and Insurance Atjenis. iiroatlway. KMllSl NATIONAL BANK. (tovernnie!it i)e positary. .1. •. .MeVay, Ti'/sldent, National l:inl r.U»« k, 'l'hirii-ct. K. Attorney-ai-Law. OUiee, Ce St., north of Third I^AULK. dar-S WCKMANIA HOtSE, VVallhaum vT IMoinietors, Douglas-Ave. HAGK, PEAVEY «SV''!|fv gPr •v ^"~W "*M 1 *1 W /a *v* lr1t .«,*•*•* ,„.™... "Ski* i" -A, ft SOCIETIES. DKI'AKT 7 :30 A.M BY 8TAOR. Siiriiigllvldand up liver.. 7 :00 I\ M. N iobrara 8 :00 Sioux rails 7 oo Firestcel loo 4:00 A.M 7 :00 0:00 7 :30 Uhlldstown, arrives Fridays at I-. M. and de parts Satiinlays at A. M. Krenelitown, Neb., arrives Tuesdays and Fii i' m* A ut same (lays at 1 l.odi, arrives Tuesdays at 12 .M. and departs Wednesdavsut 1 «•. M. BUSINESS DIRECTORY A•Hi:" OHI.MA\, Wines, Liquors and tobaccos, liroadwav. JOHN O. Clothier. Postofflce Block, third Street. BManufactured KI.I,, CONRAO iu Chicago. BROOKINGS, It Vit*s linking Powder Sold by all Deal W. w. lteal Estate ucaler. Jeueks Hotel. URAY «c FLETCHER. •U vision Dealers. fc Meat Market & Pro- ('apltal-St. BltAMULE, MINER CO., Wholesale (iro- cers, Forttardiiig, Stir tge, ami Cieueial Steaiiiboat Agents. Levee. I 1. It I.i:i(ill w. A. Jr., Dealer la Flour, (ir.iin Feed and Provisions. J5ro ulway, liloek. HRE.VNA* JORDAN, Itroailway. Wholesale ami Hetail C' Family Market, (Siier's out stami). BL'EKDORF. C.enorul Grocers, Broailwuv. iOU.NSKLI. ROVELL, ItailerK in i!1 kinds ol (Jroociies, Capital Street, between Second ami Third. LUTTING AC CLOUDAH, Grocers. Thiid-St vv 4»p M)site I'ostolllce. DUDLEY lc IIAWLKV, tienerat llardwart (Joiner Tiiird ami Dou^las-St.s. I \AKOl .V HEIIALD, I)einoL*raMc Newspaper 1iiilistivl weekly, Taylor Uros. IVopnetors *ihiul-ST. & lleeker, O, I'. Family (irocer. Third-St., near I'ostofllec. HAYWAKD, J. P., Agi'lM, Third St. lieal Kstate and loan LNKINSON, M. II. lee Crcatn, Fruit.s and •I Groceries. Third Street. Oil I'HINTING, Every style, at Press and Da kotaian. ('Inlliim Trunks and Kiirnisiiing iooiis. Tilil'll-St. I^Unsil, J. Dru^Kist. Pennington's mock. I^AVEXDER, A. W. Tliinl street. 1EBISR, MERRIIX, t'iusli Grocery liouse J. It II. Dealers in Oonlwood. SAMUEI. Of 1 floe between 4tli and Stli on liroadnay. Oiiianiental Painter, Capital Street,YHIIili ton, D.T. MII.I.N PETERSON,l.'loeks, Carnage, anil SIKII Pt.'RDY, DritKglsts, Slat.ioners and N. Notions. Tliird-St. A. P. Jeweler. &e. Repairing Watelies, short notice. A full line of doue oil Coates'Block, Third St. BROS. Karnilng Uaeliiuery, Third ........ Street, near Capital. PARMER, M. M. Insunuiee Agent, way. near Tliird-St. PEIR SHANNON WAtlNKR, WENT, It road fc LUEBKE, Hide anil l.eatlier Deal ers. Tlllril-St. PILICS,and I. Ir CO. Dealer In Hoots, Shoes, Hats Cans Purs. Tbird-St. QUIRES OF LEGAL BLANKS, At the Press and lukotalan Coiiiitliig Room. J^ICIIEY te OIX, Hardware Dealers. Yank ton and Deadwood. 4c WAMIIABAUOII, Law. Attorneys-at Olllee in S«'lTV ltloek, Oornor Fifth fc llroadwaji. Furnttnre Dealer and Man gANBORN, .JR. ufacturer. Thlrd-St., Iewltt's Block. TYLER *c NISSEN, Mannfaeturei'S of WaK oils and BiiKRies. Hurse-slioeiiii: and kinds of repairing. and Fourth. all Cedarstreet, between Third ISE HOI. Ctothliig and FiirnlsliiiiE tloods, Ih'Wltt's liloek. -, aw. •, Civil Kniilneer IUIII VAN ANTWERP, K. II, t'.mveyaneer. Sawyer's Block. II|I stair*. Dealer In tine ens Coates' liiilldlnit rilARI.KX. toin inailc Itoots ft SIIOCN. on Itnimtwav. WAONKR RROK. (ItinSiiiitlix and lealer» in Flrrartn*. Ilniailway. WHITK, M. W. (lutvunlth anil Itraler In Pireann« and Musteal Instnnnent*. Cedar Si. I let «wn Third and Fonrlh. I. k. Auomey.at-ljiw. itourn ». Pmnlnstnu's Block. «riixi*m, n«iMi iu train B*t*M ol HtwwH-W. A I 4 f. "V ~sv t- Jp» i* E E A I O'CLOCK P. 3VE. GENERAL. A Part Of the Fleet Carrying the Iadian Troops Arrived in Malta. The Potter Investigation Is at Work. Whetting, \V. Va., May 24,—A fire thw morning, at Parlcersbnrg, this state, des troyed five dwelling and ten business houses. The business portion of tbe city was seri ously threatened. Steam fire engines were brought from Marietta. The fire is now under control. The fire originated from a negro lighting a cook stove with coal oil. It is imposaible to ascertain the loss at present, but will not be less than $C0,000 insurance very small, about $12,000. SYMPATHY AXD SUPPORT. London, May 24.—The committee of the trades union congress unanimously resolved that the Lancashire operatives deserve the sympathy and support of tbe working class. THE PAKIilAMENT. Berlin, May 24.—The government states that the dissolution of the parliament i* not contemplated in the event of the failure of the anti-socialist bill. TIIE INDIAN TROOPS. London, May 24.—Tbe first vessels, two In iiumber, of the fleet carrying the Indisn troops, arrivetl st Malta to-day. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington, May 24.—Mr. Edmunds, from the select omiuittee to t&lce into con sideration the slate of the Iiw re-pec ing, :is oer:aining anil declaring the re-nit of the elections of president and vieo tire^Ment, said that lie was directed lir the committee to make a report in part, iu the form of a bill to amend sundry provision' of chapter title 3, of tbe revised statutes of the United States, relating to the presidential elections, and to provide for, slid regulate the counting of the votes for president and vice president, and the decision of the ]flec tions thereon. Placed on the calendar. Mr. Edmunds gnve notice thkt he would ssk tlie utKntion of the KCDate to its consi deration some day next week, and he United tbe senators would examine it ctircfu'iv. Mr. Thurman remarked that tlie. rep rt, was not unanimous, and Hint hi would take occasion to explain to the seuute why be dissented Mr. Burnside, fr.nu the committee on education, reported adversely t!ie house itit resolution to provide for the enforcement or tbe el^ht ~ur '.aw. Also adversely on ttii senate bill to re^uiate the hours of lab u. Placed on the calendar. Mr. Davis called up tle senate hill to provide for an additional circuit judge in the second judicial circuit. Passed. The bill to provide the free entry of articles imported for exhibition, by societies established for the encouragement of arts and rcienoer, was passed. After the morning hour, consideration was resuir.ed o' the district of Columbia bill. nousE. Washington, May 24.—Mr. Elan), from the committee on Pacific railroads, report ed the bill repealing section 22nd, of the •ct incorporating the Texas Pacific railroad company, declaring forfeited the rights, privileges and lands granted that sec tion under the New Orleans Balton Rouge and Vicksburg railroad company,and relo ading that section in favor of the New Or leans Pacific railroad company. Printed and recommitted. Mr. Henkle introduced a bill to aid the ship canal companies, giving guarantee to the United States to the payment of the in terest on the four million five per cct.t bonds Referred. Private report* followed. Mr. Kice, chairman of tbe committee on invalid pi-nsicns, reported the bill providing that persons deprived of their pensions from March, 1865, to June, I860, by reason of being in the civil scrvioe, shall be paid iheir pensions for that time. Passed. Also a bill re|caling the section of the revised statute* which provides that no claim for a pension not prosecuted to a successful issue within five years from the date ol filinf the same, skill be admitted without a record of evi deuce from the war and navy department passed. Mr. Marker, from the same committee, reported the bill increasing to scvenly-twn dollars per month the pro*) n* paid aol diets or sailors who have lost bilk MM, toth les sr sigkt af bath tyas. *th -^v.-^v^vr/ ^!V-'v:. "f--^»---ii"*1' Committee A Tornado StrikH Barrington, a Chicago Sub urb, Killing Stvtral Persons, and Do stroying a Great Amount of Property. Three Firemen Killed, and Ms Others Seriously Wounded, ataPlreln Hartford, Cjn. FOREICN. AT FAUKEIlSnUItU. jr*-i Wjj After the morning hour, the house went into a committee of the whole on the army appropriation bill. Mr. Foster moved to strike out section 9, reorganizing a bureau of military justice. The democrats having mustered in their force, and many republicans being absent, this was defeated, 99 to 93. also, by a vote of 96 to 93, defeated the motion to strike out the section reorganizing tbe pay depart ment. Mr. Hale made a point on section 12, which provides for aboard of three major generals, to examine into the organization and efficiency of several branches of the service, that it was a new legislation, and therefore not in any order of the appropria tion bill. The chair sustained the point ot order, and then Mr. Hewitt after modify ing the scction ao as to avoid the point of adverse ruline, offered tbe section as a new amendment. WASHINGTON. CAPITAL NOTES. Washington, May 24.—The president has nominated Chas. Payson, of Massachusetts, third assistant secretary of state M. Spencer, of Iowa, consul general at Mel bourne Chester E. Jackson, of Wisconsin: consul at Antiqua John B. Gould, at Mar seilles, and Chas. Holden, Jr., postmaster at Alton, Illinois. The house judiciary committee appointed Representative Butler a sub-committee to eport on the articles of impeachment against Oliver B. Bradford, late consular clerk to Shanghai. Washington, May 24.—The Potter inves tivating committee meets this afternoon. The reports in the South Carolina contes ted election case of Richardson against Rainey have been completed. The major ity report, recommending a new election is signed by all the democratic members, and the minority report, declaring Rasney, sit ting member, entitled to a seat by all the reppublicans. The main feature of the bill reported in the senate by Mr. Edmunds to-day, on the subject of electoral votes, is the provision that no electoral Tote from any state, from which but one return lm« been received shall be rejected, except by the affirmative vote of both houses of congrea!-, aud that in case th:it more than one shall be counted, of those.electors whose title as electors, the two houses acting separately, sh ill concur rently decide, is supported by the deeision of a lawful tril'iinal of such cut., provided lor by it* legislature. FIRES. IX SONCOOK. Suncook, .y 24 —A fire here this morn ing destroyed nine buildings. JA^S $60,000. Insu-ancc 536,000. IN HAKTFORO. Hartford. Conn., May 24.—A large build ing, known as Kolin's block, Market street, was burned this morning. An explosion threw down a portion of the wall, killing three firemen D. S. Camp, Chas. Harper and John II. Parker, and wounding six oth ers, two of whom are in a critical condition. TELECRAPHIC BREVITIES. Pittsbur ', Pa May 24.— Ih Pie-ibyter ian assembly Uiis 1 f~r fa a morning proceeded to tbe trial of a case of appeal by Uev. John Mil ler, from t'nc decision ol the Presbyterian of New Brunswick. Chicago, May 24.—About 6 o'clock last evening a tornado etruck a settlement about hree miles from Barrington, a Chicago suburb, and' desolated the country for a ra dius of about two miles. The farm house of Wm. Brunes was completely demolished Mrs. Brunes was instantly killed, and two young children carricd through the air by a whirlwind and hurled dead to the ground, a distance of twenty rods away. A laborer was lifted from his feet, and on striking the ground again, his legs were broken by the shock. No other damage to life is reported, but the destruction of property was consid erable. Many pranks of last night's storm are reported from various points in Wiscon sin, and more loss of life is feared. Drugs, Paints, Oil —AND— I AS S. Ci James Vick's Seeds, Picture Frames, And also the Wonderful Galvanic Ten. Writes with water, etc at NEFFS BROADWAY STORE, Two doors south of Max'* Drv Goods Store. HOTELS. E AN IA fi *&>-* f- 3: 1*L _A "^S J"« VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRrfORY. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 34, 1878. Mr. Powers, from the same committee, reported the bill granting a pension of 937.50 a month to every pensioner who haa had a leg amputrted at the hip joint. Passed. O S E Douglas Ave., Mar Third St., WALLBAUM A BECKER, Prep*. WALL STREET. New York, May 24. Gold—l.OOjc. Money—3c. Governments—strong. Stocks—strong and higher. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, May 24. WHEAT—J@jc higher except hard and No. 1, which are steady hard, 1.08 No. 1, 1.07Jc No. 2, 1.06Jc for cash 1.03jc for June 1.01}c for July No. 3, 93c. COBS—steady 3"c OATS—24Jc. RYE—56Jc. BARLEY—01c, CHICAGO. Chicago, May 24. WHEAT—dull aad a shade lower 1.00 @1.07 for cash 1.02J(" 1.02Jc'for June 98Jc for July. CoBK—weak and lower 38Jc bid for cash 37§c for June 38(3,38Jc for July. OATS—weak and lower 24c for cash 23|c for June. RYE—56Jc. BABLEY—47ic. PORK—firm and higher 7.77 Jc for cub 7.95 for July. LARD—weak and easier C.4o(« 6.47Jc for June 6.52J(§,6.5o for July. ALCOHOL—33}c bid. WHISKY—1.04c bid. KEW YORK MARKET. New York, May 25. WHEAT—dull receipts, 49,000 saleri 24,000 No. 2, spring, June, at call, 1.14Jc. RYE—dull. CORN—J® jc lower receipts, 120,000 •ales. 100,000 48@51c for western mixed. BARLE^—dull, OATS—dull receipts, 38,000 sales, 24, 000 30J(5}33c for mixed western 31@34c for white. PORK—heavy 8.60. LARD—steady 6.70c. WHISKY—1.06c. Bakery and Confectionery BY FREDERICK & BAKER. Hotels. Steainlioats. l'iriiies and l'artii-s fur nished on sliort notiee. All orders promptly at tended to. We Solicit the Patronage of the I CORNER SECOND & PINE STS., "OUR WIDE AWAKEBAKERY." YAMCTqp, DAKOTA. Walter H. Carr, Wholesale anil Hetail Dealer in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS. FINE CONFECTIONERIES, FANCT GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, &c., &c., THIRD STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. BRAY & FLETCHER: THE ONLY COMPLETE Prtrisioas Dealers in Yankton. A full line of choice Groceries. Vegetables ol alt kinds. Flour, ltutter and Kegs: also a full assortment of fresh and salt Meats. Ush. Oys ters, Sc.. &c. In short, everything needed to sat isfy the appetite of the most fastidious, constant ly on hand and for sale at bottom prices. CASH PAID FOR Hides and Pelts. 4 ,• 7- /j rftr 5A, "Is^N §f4 C6 BRAY A FLETCHER. DRY GOODS, &.C L. CONGLETON, DKA1JCR IN DRY GOODS AND Ladies' Furnishing Goods Merohanta Block. a ,* .. .* -i 1 if A, -f n.A TELEGRAPH CLOTHING «C., 4C.. also a large line of "2 *a,. HARRY KATZ HATS AND CAPS FURNISHING GOODS We have now en hand the largest and best assorted stock of MEN'S BOYS' and CHIL DREN'S Clothing in nice styles and fine goods, including Furnishing* Goods An elegant stock of Cheviot Calico and White Shirts. An elegant stock of Ilea's Summer Underwear. OUR STOCK OF Neckwear EMBRACES THE LATEST AND NOBBIEST S E S Our stock is Open to Inspection, and yon are cordially invited. We have excellent facilities for shipping good.-* by express mail, or boats. You may send yonr Orders with perfect safety, and we guarantee^ satisfaction^ AH Orders sent C. 0. D. j, J, 'J 'A -r*-. -. A Ke- p.. 'ci 1 Number 25. SPRING OVERCOATS. BLUE and BLACK FLANNEL ALPACA BLOUSES, HATS and CAPS. We can show the Finest Goods and greatest variety of all styles, West of Chicago. 'fm O 't 'ft' HARRY KATZ, Third-St., Yankton. a i*h'