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Volume 4.
SOCIETIES.
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Dakota Lodge, No. l.—Rognlur meetings on
Krltlay evening ol each week, at Odd Follows
Hull, Sawyer's bloek.
Humboldt 1-odnc, ((Icnimn) No. 5.—ltOKUlar
meetings on Weiliicsday evening of each week,
nlOild Fellows Hall, Sawyer's bloek.
Yankton Kncafnpmeiit, No. 2.—ltCKUlar meet
ings on 1st. and aril. Monday evening of eacli
month, at Udd Fellows llall, sawyer's block.
A. F.lcA. M.
Vankton Chapter, No. 1.— Boguliir Jinoctlngs
on llrsl and third Wednesdays ot each month, at
Masonic Hall, Sawyer's block. Sojourn! tig com
panions cordially Invited.
St. John's Lodge, No. 1.—Regular communi
cations on Tuesday evening, on or beloro full
moon of each month, at Masonic Hall, Sawyer's
blocic. Sojourners cordially invited.
Communication* for the Daily Press ami la
kotain, also advertisements, should be handed
before 2 o'clock p. m.
Iegal notices intended for the Weekly 1'rcs
and Dakotaian should be handed in not later
than Tuesday evening.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS
BV 1U1UUAD.
AltftlVK.
AllLKIt
Bray
DK.l'AIlT
1 au A.
K.istern 15 1-. M.
BV Sl'AOlC.
Springfield and up liver.. 7:00 r. M.
Niobrara 8:00
4 :00 A.
7 :U0
:U0
7 :DU
Sioux Falls 7 :00
Firesteel 00
Ohildstown, arrives Fridays at r. M. and de
parts Saturdays at
a. m.
Freuchtown, Neb., arrives Tuesdays and Fri
days at
10 a. m.
and departs at .same days at
1". M.
I.odl, arrives Tuesdays at 12 M. aul departs
Weduesdavsat 11*. M.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
& OIILMAN, Wines, Liquors and
Tobaccos, liroadwav-
BATES,
JOHN O.
BAlaiiufaetured
Feed and
BItUNWAN
Blatt
C/
i^
Ulotliier. Postolllee lilock
Third Street.
EI.I., I'OXKAO VU'S
ill Chicago.
BKOUKINU*,
linking l'owder
Sold liy all Deal
W. \V.
Jenuks Hotel.
Ileal Estate Dealer.
& flgtoiier,
vision Dealers,
Meat Market & l'ro-
Capital-St.
1311A.HKLE, IN"
lilt CO., Wholesale (iro-
-U cers, Forwarding, Stoingc, and Ceneral
Steamboat Agents. J.evee.
Burleigh1'iovisions.
w. a.
Jr.,
Dealer in Flour, Crain
ISroadway, liioek.
& JOKUAN, Family Market,
Broadway. (Stier's old stand).
Ic 1IUERDORF, Central Groeeri
JSroadway.
Wholesale and ltetail.
IOUNSEIX COVELI., Dealers In all kinds
ot tiroceries, Capital Street, between Second
and Third.
/1UTTING IXOUUAS, (Jroeei^""rhirT-sT
opposite l'ostotllce.
I \UULHY IIAWLEY, (ieneral Hardwire.
•I' Corner Third ami Douglas-Sis.
I \AKUTA HERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly, Taylor Bros, l'roprietors
Third-St.
LMSEJIAX, C1IAS. CO.
-*-J House & Mcrehaiit Tailorini
General Clolliing
JJroadway.
LVXCELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture l'alenl
J-i and other brands of Flour, Meal, Feed, tic.
Capital-St., near l.cvce.
l'DMUNDS WYNK, Bankers and Insurance
Agents. Broadway.
LMRST NATIONAL BANK, (government De
•1. positary. ,F. C. McVay, rresident. National
uk
Bank lilock, Third-St.
PAULK, P. K. AUomey-ai-La\v. Oillce. Ce
dar-St., north of Third
/4.ERMANIA HOUSE, Wallbaum &
l'roprietors. Dougl is-Ave.
HAOE,Postolllee.Family
JOB
Ic LUEBKE,
crs. Tlilrd-St.
PII.ES,and
RICtlEYlDefi
Becker,
o. P. (irocer. Third-St.,
near
HAYWARD.
J. P., Heal Estate and Loan
Agent, Third St.
JENKINSON,Third
M. II. Ice Cream, Fruits and
Groceries, Street.
PRINTING, Erery style, at Press and Da
kotaian.
RAT/.,
h. Clothing, Trunks and Furnishing
Hoods. Third-St.
I7"ADISH,
C.
IV Block.
J. Druggist. Pennington's
LAVENDER,
A. W. Cash Grocery House
Third Street.
4EBER,
flee bctv
J. fc II. Dealers in Cordwooil.
Of-
flee between 4th and 5th on Broadway.
[t/TERRILL, SAMUEL Carnage, and Sign
1TJ. Ornamental Painter, Capital Street,Yank
ton, D. T.
MILLS
fc PURDY, Druggists, Stationers and
Notions. Third-St.
TJKTERSON, P. A. Jeweler. A full, line of
Watches, Clocks, ttc. Repairing done on
short notice. Coates'Block. Third St.
PEAVEY
BROS. Farming Machinery, Third
Hire-"
Street, near Capital.
PARMER,
M. M. Insurance Agent. Broad­
way. near Thlrd-St.
PEIR
Hide and Leather Deal-
I. CO. Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Hals,
Caps Furs. Third-St.
HIRES OF LEGAL BLANKS, At the l'ress
and Dakotaiiin Counting ltoom.
DIX, Hardware Dealers.
ton and mil.
CJHANNON
IC
W'SGoodS%e\vltt's
VAN
ANTWERP^ E. II.
Conveyancer.
Sunk
WASHAIIAUGII, Altorneys-at-
Law. Oillce in Serr's Block, Corner Fiftirfc
Broadway.
UANBORN, J.R^
•J ufacturer.
Furniture Dealer and Man-:
Third-St., Dewitt's Block.
'TYLER It MSSEN, Mimiilaeturers of Wag
1^. i° i'.' 1
,Sl|Kl!ies.
Hoi'se-shoeiug and all
kinds of repairing. Cedarstieet, betwuen Third
ana gouitli.
-j
r..
WAGNER,
,, Civil Engineer and
Sawyer's Bloek, up stairs.
CHARLES. Dealer in line ous-
t»? made Boot* & Shoos. Coates' BniidiiiL'
on Broailwav.
Gunsinillis and Dealers
\ITAGNER BROS,
lu Firearms. II
H. W ...
"iiUtuU liutni 1 uui)lN.- Ceta
1
Broadway.
WHITE,
HITE, H. W. tiunsuilUi and Healer In
Firearm* and Miuriual liut
Ht. Between Third and Fourth.
WKST,
Itoom 9,
I. E. Altnmey-at-lJiw.
Pennington'a Block.
1 le WILLIAMS, Diialon In grain
VV Ktovsto^lool.ot lkcond-itt.
E E A I
5 O'CLOCK 3?.
THE NEWS-
A Moderately Interesting Batch of
Foreign News.
The Heated Term Continues, and Many
Deaths Result.
The Great Nesthider Moves Upon the Wesl
FOREIGN.
VKRY HOT IN THE IIOUSK OP LORDS.
London, July 19.—Nearly all the morn'
ing papers comment favorably on Lord
Beaconsfield's statement In the bouse of
lords last evening. In explanation of the
British plenipotentiaries in the Berlin con
cress, the Times thinks that Lord Derby
transgressed his rights and customs, which
it is desirable to uphold, on making public
his recollections oi the former discussion of
the cabinct. The scene In the house of
lords surpassed In brilliancy and animation
anything within memory of the living.
Every part of the chamber was densely
crowded. A passage between Lord Sais
bury and Lord Derby was very sharp. Lord
Salisbury said that Lord Derby was con
stantly milking revelations. This was his
third specch since he left the cabinet, and
on each occasion he bad the inUillmcnt of
the same fatal talc, like Dr. Oatca, He said
that Lord Berby did not know how much
the public would endure itso. He uaye his
story in broken doses. So far as his, Lord
Salisbury's memory served him, Lord Der
by's statement was not true. On being
callcd to order Lord Salisbury substituted
the term "incorrect" for "not true," and
disclaimed any intention to impugn Lord
Derby's veracity.
THE EASTEIiN QUESTION.
London, July 19.—Marquis of Marlington
gave notice in the house of commons that
he would at an early day call the attention
to the papers relating to Ike eastern ques
tion, and move the resolution.
Wm. H. Smith, first lord of admiralty, re
plying to Lord Robert Montague, said that
Admiral Hornby telegraphed that the flag
captain of the British fleet in Regaaze, has
had an interview with Gen. Tobleben, who
stated that lie had heard nothing of the fir
ing into a British man-of war. The boat
sent to demaud the release of English sail
ors detained by the Russians near tbe gulf
of SaroB. Gen. Todleben said that he ex
tremely regretted the occurance, and pro
mised to send an officer especially to the
gulf ofSaros, to make inquiries concerning
the affair. lie said that he was sure that
the superior officers of tbe Russian army in
that district were ignorant of the attack on
the boat,
MOBB TKOOl'i SENT TO ACZON.
London, July 19.—The cabinet have de
cided to send as many troops as possible to
Auzon, the scene of the colliers strike.
RAILROAD SURVEY.
London, July 19.—Two parties of rail
way experts, under the direction of the gov
ernment, will examine the Tigress and
Euphrates valleys for the best routes to tbe
Persian gulf.
HIS CONDUCT APPROVED.
London, July 19.—Rumor of the proba
bility of the resignation of Count Courte,
the Italian prime minister, is denied. The
entire ministry approve his conduct, and
will acccpt the responsibility before the
parliament.
BULLION.
London, July 19.—Tbe bullion with
drawn from the bank of England on gl
ance to-day was £05,000.
TALK OF ANNEXATION.
Fifty meetings in favor of the annexation
of southern Tyrol to Italy" are organizing
in thf prlncfpal towns. The agitators are
extremists, and tbeiirl course Is 'disapproved
by the best people.
A SUGGESTION FROM FRANCE.
A. Berlin'diepatcli siiya: France has sug
gested a joint protest of the powers against
the Turkish outrages in Thessaly.
PERSONAL.
The health of Emperor William Is stead
ily improving. He goes toGasticn shortly.
All the members of the Nobeliug fam
ily Jiave changed their name to Edeling.
A Berlin dispatch siys: Prince Gorts
chaknfl' bas returned to St. Petersburg In
stead of going to Wild Bad as lie had in
tended. Gortschakoff goes to St. Peters
burg to.opposc tbe intrigues for his own
overthrow, and Count Scliouyaloff's pro
motion.
AUSTRIA AND TURKEY.
Vienna. July 19 —Carathodori Pasha
raises difficulties in his negotiations with
the Austrian government, relative to tbe
occupation of the Turkish provinces. He
insists that tho stilt in's sovereignly over
Bosnia and Hor/.ognnin be recognized, and
tbe duration and extent ot tho occupation
abould be previously settled. Nuithor the
date of the departure of Gen. Philip
povick, nor the movement nf tbe army
across the frontier hnvnytt bce,u fisvd, on
account of the pending deliberations. It is
understood, however, that the potte liaa
been informed that tbe postponement of
t.
Austrian occupation beyond certain date
will be inadmissable.
A Berlin dispatch announces that Russia
proposes to appoint diplomatic agents at va
rious points of Asiatic Turkey, to watch
Russia's interest. Russia is also making an
eflort to secure the early construction of a
proposed railroad from Arcnbnrg to central
Asia, 200 German miles.
THE TORRID TERM.
SUBMISSION OF WORK.
Elizabeth,N. Y. July 19.—One factory in
which there were yesterday 30 eases of pres
tation has closed in consequence of the great
heat. There were four cases of sunstroke
in a rope factory.
Jll.ASTED HOPES.
St.LouiB, July 19.—The hopes indulged
in last niglit that the heated time was
about to break up were blasted thiB
morning when the sun rose almost blister
ingly hot as ever, and since 9 o'clock this
morning has shown but about one half
degree lower temperature than yesterday.
Previous to that time the difference was about
2 and a half degrees. There is considerable
breeze, however, but it is more sultry.
At the dispensary this morning, five cases
were treated up to 11 o'clock—all of them
genuine sunstrokes. None were severe how
ever, and all yielded readily to treatment.
IN OHIO.
Cincinnati!, July 19.—Advices from the
snrrounding country indicate that yester
day was the hottest of the season, mercury
reaching 100° in the shade in many places.
IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, July 19.—The weather to-day is
slightly warmer, but a good breeze prevents
any cases of runstroke. Deaths from sun
stroke so far as reported are: In the city,
09 in the suburbs S: It is believed that
this covers all fatalities for the four days of
heat.
IN NEW YORK.
New York, July 19,—At noon to-day in
the shade, thermometer marked 90°. The
people seem disposed to abandon business
when possible, and crowd to the steamboats
and trains that run to the sea shore.
At 2 o'clock the thermometer marked 90°
with an upward tendency. There have
been seven sunstroke cases in this city and
Brooklyn.
AT MERIDEN, CONN.,
there werd five cases ef sunstroke to-day.
WASHINGTON
CAPITAL NOTES.
Washington, July 19.—The cabinet mas
in session about an hour, but there was no
business of extraordinary importance. The
president leaves to-night to attend the sol
diers reunion at Newark, Ohio. He will be
accpmpanied by Gen. Sherman and Attor
ney Gen. Devens.
TELEGRAPHIC BHEVITIES.
Cincinnatti, July 19,—The republicans
of the eleventh district, O., have nominated
W. M. McNight for congrcss.
Austin, Tex. July 19.—At the democratic
state convention yesterday R. B. Hubbard
was nominated for governor on the 2d ballot
Chicago, July 19.—Henry Ward Beecher
was here yesterday, and says he will deliver
a number of lectures in this immediate vi
cinity, and on the 10th of August start for
San Francisco.
Gettysburg, July 19.—Extensive prepara
tions are making for the encampment of the
grand army of the republic, which begins
to-morrow. Two hundred and fifty Markee
and hospital tents have been put up on the
grounds of the memorial association on
Cemetery hill. Arches of evergreens are
being erected in the streets, and houses are
being also decorated with evergreens and
bunting.
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOOKS AM} BLANKS
FOR THE USE OF SCHOOL DISTRCT OFFI
CERS.
Prepared and approved by W. E. Caton,
Superintendent of Public Instraction, Da
kota, including
Treasurer's Book.—With blank forma
for warrants paid school house fund con
tingent fund, and teachers fund.
Clerk's Book—With blauk forms for
Proceedings of District Board, Warrants Is
sued and Record of Teachers Reports also
Deeds of School Property.
Orders on District Treasurer.
Treasurers Bonds.
Teachers Contract.
Notice to County Clerk of Rate of Tax
Voted.
Notjce of Special School Meeting.
Notice of Annual School Meeting.
Sufficient to last an ordinary district ten
years. Price per set, $15,00.
Sent by mail or express. Address
Bowen & Kingsbury,
Yankton, D. T.
HUGHES'TROUBLE AT STANDING ROCK.
Washington, July 17.—A telegram from
Col. Carlin,dated at Standing Rock, explains
the case of Indian Agent Hughes, ai follows:
Agent Hughes having broken with several
chiefs, ordered them to be enrolled under
other chiefs, which they refused to do and be
stopped their supplies. Suffering from hun
ger, they visited the agency, seized the agent
and carried him toa pointnearthe river bank.
I rescued the agent arrested tbe Iudiane who
are all nnder gnard. If Agent Hughes be not
removed at once I will not be responsible for
the consequence*. AH the principle and
head men participated in this aflair. Their
object was to put the agent over the river
and ofT the reservation, but not to hurt bin,
•or did they hurt hiu.
YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORX^FRIDAY EVENING,19,1878
XX-
"THE HILLS APPORTIONMENT.
A Fair and Sensible Conclusion Reacfcrd
by a Leading Journal.
Dcadwood Times.
The action of the committee in the appor
tionment of the delegate* to the convention
to nominate a congressional delegate, on
the 22d of August, at Yankton, we publish
ed yesterday. The convention will consist
of 146 delegates, ot which 75 are allotted
to the southern and eastern sections, 42 to
the northern and 29 delegates to the three
Black Hills counties. We have no doubt
but that the committee sincely and honestly
tried to do justice and act fiiirly toward* all
sections of the territory, but we think that
while our apportionment is sufficiently large,
and as great as was expected or desired, yet
the addition to the delegation from the
southern and eastern part, looks somewhat
like appropriating to themselves, because
they had the power, more than they should.
If in dividing the delegates they made their
estimates upon the population they were
about correct but if upon the voters we
should have had considerable more than
has been given us, for the reason that the
number of voters to the population is much
greater in the Hill* than in other portions
of the territory. But the disparity and par
tiality is not of sufficient importance at this
stage of the campaign to create any serious
apprehen ions in the minds of our people
that the convention at Yankton will act in
any spirit of aggrandizement and unfair
ness towards thiB section, so that under tbe
circumstances, we are firmly of tEe convic
tion that it is our duty to send our delega
tion to the convention. It is well to re
member, in this connection, that great
doubt and skepticism prevails in tbe eastern
section of the territory as to the character
of this country and our actual population.
This same doubt prevails throughout the
country generally. The permanent settle
ment of the country and its development to
any considerable extent in either minerals
or agriculture is looked upon abroad as an
experiment of very doubtful succetB. Hav
ing no correct data upon which to estimate
either the voters or the papulation in the
Hills, we can readily understand that the
committee were perplexed and embarrassed
ing considering our rights in the premises,
and under all the circumstances we think
that they are deserving of the credit of hav
in acted in a spirit of liberality and good
intention towards us.
The work ot the committee is merely pre
liminary any way, and the real work of the
campaign will be planned at the convention
of tlie_ delegates on the 22d of August. If
there is any wrong to be corrected, then will
be the time and place to have it done. Let
the delegates from the different sections
come together, meet each other face to face,
and talk over the manifold interests of their
various sections and learn the wants and
needs of each, and in a day's intercourse in
this way, they will become better informed
as to each other and their requirements than
they could in months of correspondence.
We have no hesitation in saying that they
will be found fully ready, and cheerfully
correct any error that the committee may
have unintentionally made in the allotment
of onr delegates. We claim that our inter
ests are mutual and reciprocal. If we are
to have a division of the territory, it can
best be accomplished and secured by the in
telligent and concurrent action of the peo
ple of the whole territory, than by a divis
ion and opposition'among them working to
cheat and tuchre each other. This can only
be effected in the 'success of the republican
party in the election of their congressional
delegate this fall, and the convention at
Yankton will prove the ability of the re
publicans of the territory to this end.
Therefore, it is the part of wisdom, it is to
our interests, to send our delegates to this
convention instructed to claim and demand
our equitable and juBt representation, and
meet them in the same spirit that they may
show towards us.
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Dskotalas,
ttsa, Bukota.
1i1
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MIRRORS
Upholstered Goods
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
Dewitt's Block, Third-St
TANKTON DAKOTA.
GOOD BOOKS
for the
Farm, Garden, and Household.
The following ValuMe Books
will be supplied flroa the OSce of
the Press & Dakotaian. Any one
or aore of these books will be sent
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Allen's (R. L. & L. F.) New American Farm
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Allen's (L. F.) American Cattle 2 50
AUen's (JR. L.) American Farm Book... 1 50
AUen's (R. L.) Rural Architecture. 1 50
Allen's (R. L.) Diseases of Domestic
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Amateur Trappers and Trap Maters'
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American Bird Fancier 30
American Rose Oulturist .,... 30
American Weeds and Useful Plants 1 75
A (wood's Country and Suburban Houses 1 50
Bakers Practical and Scientific Fruit
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Barry's Fruit Qardcn 2 50
Bemenfs Rabbit Fancier 30
Boomer's Method of Making Manures. 25
Boussingault's Rural Economy 1 60
Brackets Farm Talk, paper, 50ete. doth 75
Breeds New Book of Flowers 1 75
BrilPs Farm-Gardening and Seed-Orow
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Broom-Corn and Brooms, paper 50 cts.
7 5
Brown's Taxidermist!s Manual 1 00
Bruckner's American Manures 1 50
BueTs Cider-Maket's Manual 50
Buists Flower-Garden Directory 1 50
Buist's Family Kitchen Gardener 1 00
Burges' American Kernel and Sporting
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Burnham's New Poultry Book 2 00
Bwrni Architectural Drawing Book.... 1 00
Bums' Illustrated Drawing Book 1 00
.Burks' Ornamental Drawing Book 1 00
uarium 75
Bullet's Famih
Butler on the bog.
CaldwelTs Agricultural Chemical Anal
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Canary Birds. Paper 50 cts. Cloth
Chorlton's Grape-Grower's Guide
Cleveland!s Landscape Architecture
Cobbetts American Gardener
Cob urn's Swine Husbandi
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Colds American Fruit Book,
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CooKt Manuel of the Apiary 30
Corbetfs Poultry Yard and Market...pa
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DaddHs Modern Horse Doctor, 12mo 1 50
Dadd!s American Cattle Doctor, 12mo. 1 50
DadHs American Cattle Doctor, 8vo.,
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DadcCs American Reformed Horse
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Dana's Muck Manual 1 25
DeVotfs Market Assistant 2 50
Downing Landscape Gardening 50
Downing! Rural Essays $ 00
Diryer's Horse Book 3 00
Eastwood on Cranberry 75
Eggleston's End of the World
Eggleston's Hoosier School-Master
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Enfield!* Indian Com 1 00
Every Hone Owner's Cudopcedia 3 75
famous Horses of Amertca 1 50
Fidd!s Pear Culture 1 25
Flax Culture. [&cen Prize Essays by
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Flint (Charles L.) on Grasses
French's Farm Drainage*
Fullers Grape Oulturist.
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An intelligent farmer lWInf at Des Moines
county, baa iinoltd a henophoae, modeled
on the principle of the. telephone, bjr which
•ne reliable olb hen acenpTiac a central of
fice in theThenery, sits on all the nests about
the establishment, leaving the other fowla
to lay em ecratch, and cackle. Aa Cut a
new neat contains the fall oonplemeot ofecge
it is connected with the central ofice by a
cooper win and the hneintse ie eettled. Tho
only trouble with the machine ie that It cits
ao hard it hitches oat t~
along with tho others, ao thai oAa
every neat is bora with riw
tuner haa to bar and tnon a
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dog toleod it

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