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E E A I S O'OI^OOK F. */£. THE NEWS- A Glasgow Bank Fails For Five Million Dollars. To-Days Fever Batch Indicates No Cessation ol the Plague. The Hanlon-Courlney Race is Great Cause of Excitement at the East To-Day. tbe FOREIGN. WII-I. BB8DUE. London, Oct. 2.—A Vienna coarespond ent writes that Herr Tieza, Hungarian premier, will resume his office, as he only joined FinanccMinister Azell in his protest for the sake of form, tbe Hungarian cabi net being, according to tbe constitution, collectively responsible. Ties* is in accord with Count Andrassy. DIFFICULTIES TO BE OVERCOME. London, Oct. 2.—Dispatches agree in stating that negotiations are progressing at Vienna to prevent a change of the entire administration and the difficulty is .increas ed by the growing dissatisfaction in Hun gary with Count Andraspy'a whole policy in conncction with the eastern question. HEAVY BANK FAILURE. London, Oct. 2.—The city of Glasgow bank closcd its doors to day. Its liabilities are stated to be #50,000,000. The liabilities of its share holders is unlimited. One hun dred pound shares of tbe bank were dealt in yesterday at over two hundred pounds, and within a week at 231 pounds. The bank was established in 1839 and had 50 to CO branches. This la the heaviest bank fail ure in Scotland sincc 1857, when this con cern also suspended. Other Scotch banks were asked for assistance, but, after exam ining the books at a meeting yesterday, re fused to do more than redeem the notes of circulation of the city of Glasgow bank which is stated at three and one-quarter million dollars. GERMAN AFFAIRS. Berlin, Oct. 2.—It is understood that Em peror William will return to the city on the 20th of October, and issue liis proclamation resuming the government. A dispatch from Rome says negotiations between Ger many and the Vatican have failed. YELLOW FEVER. AT NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, Oct. 2.—Weather clear and warm. Convalescing: Col. W. M. Owen, of the Washington artillery Harry Lee, clerk in cotton exchange. New cases: Rev. Thos. J. Abbott, of the congregation of the mission of St. Stephens church. Among the deaths are Joseph Cashell, as tiatant signal officer, and A. Weils, sexton of the temple of Sinai. AT MISSISSIPPI CITY. Mississippi City. Oct. 2.—'Gen. Smiads wa* taken with fever this morning. AT BATON ItOCGE. Baton Rouge, Oct. 2.—Yellow fever is in creasing at a rapid pace. Eighty-eight new cases were reported yesterday, and a large accession will bo added by this morning's report. Six deaths have occurred since yes terday. A great many are reported in a dying condition. The epidemic must soon reach its climax here. There have been over 400 new cases in the last five or six d^tys. Rev. D. Stewart, Episcopal minister, was taken sick at 2 o'clock. He is a good and worthy man, and is much esteemed. He .is totally unacclimated. Nothing now doing save attending to the sick and distressed. The sole occupation is to combat the disease the best we can. New Orleans, Oct. 2.—Deaths, 56 eases reported, 180. Total cases, 9,802 deaths, 2,595. AT MEMPniS Memphis, Oot. 2.—It rained heavily at daylight this morning, and the weather is now sultry and warm. The Hward asocia tion sent nurses to-day to Ros^ille, Mos cow, Brownsville, Tenn., and Gaines, Miss. Bishop Quintard, of Tennessee, in a pas toral letter, appointed to-day as one of fast ing, humiliation and prayer. In conforml ty with the appointment, services were held this morning in St. Mary's cathedral. Rev. Dr. Daisell, of Shreveport, officiated. 1' roui neon yesterday till to-day 38 deaths are reported. Among thn number is J. G. Lonsdale, Sr.,, treasurer of the Howard as sociation J. S. Hatclie, a well known stationer and E. W. Lanbam. R. W. Shel ton died last night at the national ccmetrv four mile* distant from the city. W. "j* Harding, P. M. Brown, Joe Roggian, I)r. D. K. Gibson are among the new cases reported. POLITICAL. N'KMIAMKA MKI'UULirvNS. Lincoln, Oct. 2.—Tbe republican state convention met here yesterday afternoon but did nothing beyond effecting a tempora ry oigaaluilon. -5 it TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. .vfeMV-. THE PRESIDENT. New York, Oct. 2.—President Hayes ar rived here this morning, and after breakfast took a drive and attended a meeting oi the trustees of the Peabody educational fund. A LEAKY (HIP. Norfolk, Oct. 2—The stoamship Ben voldcrlick, from New Orleans for Europe, arrived at quarantine leaking badly, having been ashore on tbe Florida reefs. FATALLY SHOT. Cincinnati, Oct. 2..—At Kingston last eve ning, during an altercation as to|the possess ion of a pair of wagon wheels, Jerry Bur nett fatally shot his nephew, Wm. C, Bur nett. ILLINOIS FREE MASONS. Chicago, Oct. 2.—The thirty-ninth annual convention of the grand lodge A. F. & A. M. of Illinois was convened in McCormick's hall yesterday. The seven hundred and fifty-five lodges, comprising tbe jurisdiction and embodying over fifty-five thousand members, were fully represented by their executive officers present. The large attendance of representatives is owing principally to the fact that unusually im poitaot business pertaining to tbe work ings of the order will be brought before the gran lodge at this session for consid eration and disposal. In referring to tbe yellow fever plague in tbe south and tbe coutributions forwarded from tbe grand lodge of Illinois, for the relief of tbe suffer ers, the report showed that the amount thus far forwarded aggregated six thousand dollars. Tbe convention is in session this morning. GEORGE BANCROFT HURT. Newport, Oct. 2.—While George Ban croft, historian, was driving yesterday tbe horses ran away and he was thrown out of his carriage. The left side of his head was badly cut and bis left arm and shoulder in jured, probably dislocated. Mr, Bancroft suffers great pain this morning. DION DIES SUDDENLY. Montreal, Oct. 2.—Cyrille Dion, the cele brated billiard player, died of congestion of tbe lungs while en route for the Court ney-Hanlon race. VERMONT LEGISLATURE. Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 2.—The legislature met to-day. The house organized by the election of Jas M. Martin, for speaker, and Henry S. Newell, clerk. THE CAUSE OF IT. London, Oct. 2.—The failure of the city of Glasgow bank is bolleved to have been in consequence of large advances or Amer ican securities, grain and real estate, tbe values of which are largely depreciated. SPORTINC. TNE COURTSEY-HANLON RACE. A correspondent of the World at Mon treal writes of tbe Couitney-IIanlon boat race, at Lacbine to-day, that in reality tbe race is for a stake of $2,000, $1,000 side. A purse of six thousand is already in the bank and has nothing to do with the cham pionship Tbe correspondeBt however adds that when the articles of agreement were drawn and did not include the cham pionship and tbe people of Montreal, fearful that uuless it did include this condition the race would not be a success, refused to otherwise provide the purse. The Hanlon club thereupon signed a contract with the citizen*' committee, in which they agreed that in case of the defeat of Hanlon, Courtney should succeed to the title of champion of America. By reason of this contract, should Courtney win, he will have laid such claim to the title of champion as to be able to dictate terms and place for any other race pretty much as he pleases. THE CRICKET MATCH. New York, Oct. 2.—In the cricket match the New York team resumed play at 11:45 and at 12:30 had made 73 runs for 7 wick ets. ^The Americans closed their second inning with a score of 9S. Their total for both in nings scores 1G1. O'LEARY AND HUGHES. New York, Oct. 2.—Soon after ten to day O'Lcary finished 1G0 miles. At ten Hughes hadjnade 175. This morning-an operation was perfoimed on one of Hughes' legs. His physician pronounces him in first rate con dition and says he will do a little running to-night. CLOSE SHOOTING. Washington, Oct. 2.—J. M. T. Partello, of this city, at the Columbia rifle range yes terday, made 15 consecutive bull's eyes at eight hundred yards 14 bull's eyes and one centre at 900 yards and 15 consecutive bull's eyes at 1000 yards, makirg a.Fcore of 224 out of possible 225. PROSPECTS DUBIOUS. Lachire, Oct. 2.—The wind increases and the race [prospects become more dubious. The grand stand is rapidly filling and the shores and streets are thronged with people of all ages and conditions. Gambling is going on freely and openly, more than score of wheels of fortune, innumerable sweat cloths, throe c&rd monte stand*, and games of that ilk being scattered up and down Main street. Pool selling languishes and Hanlon men are offering odd* of fifty per cent in betting. INTKNSK KXCITKJIRXT. The eictu ment about the great boat race te-day is intent* and hourly increasing. Courtney and Hanlon are in excellent spif its and first rate condition. They are how ever, secluded from public observation un til the hour for the race arrive*. While all of the upper St. Lawrence steamers were loaded down with passengers, excursion steamers are almost momentarily arriving. The Granl Trunk is running excursion trains from Toronto. Montreal is filled with strangers from all parts of the United States and Canada. The townsmen of Hanlon are largely represented. Three trains which have just arrived brought no jess than 4,000 or 5,000 people. The hotels in Montreal .are filled to overflowing. The city is in a fever and business is almost en tirely suspended. Tbe crowds at the rail way depot are setting larger and It every minute. LARD—Steady $J 75. WHISKY—11C. larger WASHINGTON. OFFICIAL INSPECTION. Dumont, supervising inspector general of steamboats has gone to Norwalk, Conn., to to make a personal investigation into the causey of the explosion of the Adelpha. Meantime the inspector at New York, who examined the boilers is suspended. FIRES. AT NEWARK. Newark, Oct. 2.—A row of frame build ings fronting on Passiic river, east Newark, and occupied by a number of business men, burned this forenoon. Loss $36,000. In surance about $15,000. CRIME. A DEFAULTING CASHIER." Providence, R. I., Oct. 2.—J. B. Calder, cashier of the Grocers and Producers bank, was arraigned this morning on a charge of embezzlement. He waived examination, and his bail was fixed at $30,000. tfoW THEY MOVED. Sioux City Journal. About three months ago it was announced that the Indians at Red Cloud agency would be moved to a new reservation, and orders for the transfer have been constantly expect «d_ ever since, but have not yet been re ceived. The Indians are pleased with the new location, though reports to the contrary have been circulating, and have been impa tiently awaiting orders for removal. Matters ave dragged tediously along until tbe In dians have become thoroughly disgusted with the poky way of doing business, and last week, after receiving their rations, tbev one and all gathered up their traps and duds, and without the assistance of tbe agent or tbe authority of the United States government, Btruck out across lots for the new reserve. There was no violence, the whole of the affair being that they wanted to go, and went. There are about 6,100 In dians in tbe gang, and they took with them tbe cattle herd, in which are about 600 head. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH WALL STREET. New York, Oct. 2. Money—2@4c. Gold—1 .OOfc. Stocks—Strong. Goverments—S'.eady. NEW YORK MARKET. New York, Oct. 2. WHEAT—Heavy lower No. 2 red, October, $1.05Jc. RYE—Quiet western, 59(g01c. •CORN—Fairly active western mixed, 45A ©48c. OATS—Firm 20Q31Jc for western mixed. PORK—Quiet $8.75. CHICAGO. Chicago, Oct. 2. WHEAT—Active and lower 85c bid for October SOJc for November nominally, 87}c December. CORN—Moderately active and lower 33 JC bid for October 341c bid for November 34|c bid for December. OATS—Lower 19c for October 20c for November 20ijc for December. RYE—44c bid for cash 45} bid for No vember. BARLEY—No. 2, $1.10 for cash. PORK—Shade higher ?9.95c for Octo ber $email@example.com}c for November $8.10 @8.15 for December nominally, $7-95 for the year. LARD—Firmer SG.30 bid for October, November, and December $0.25(20.30 bid for the year. WHISKY—1.07. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, Oct. 2. WHEAT—SOJc for No. 2, 86Jc October 88!jc for November 89Jc for December No. 1,93c. CORN—Dull 34c «i OATS—19c. NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS. TRiiuiTonv OK DAKOTA. I County of Yankton. In DUt Hct Court, Second Judicial 1 YOU in Hit rid, and for yaTiitOft County, I). T. Utzic Brown vs. l'etcr T. llrown. To the IXftndanf, Pttir T. lire ten, abovt natntd: XotW't' ttJ Take Dt'jtosit ions. will take notice, that the plaintiff above named will lake the depositions of Mrs. M. 1.0 Marrlml. Pr. \V. It. Outtrn and Jas. ltidlev, sundry witnesses at theofllcc of A. F. Terrier, Ks'i.. Nolan' I'ubllc, on Main strreet. lietwecn Umncy and Ihuidolph street*, in Carnudolet. tSoulh St. 1-ouls, Mo on Thursdav. the 241 It day of October. A. I). 1ST*, between the hours 10 clock a. m.. and 3 o'clock p. m.. that the UMnt of *»I«I defMvdilon* will be continued and ad journed from day to day untti fully taken and completed, and that the dnpotlUoiu »o taken will be read in evtdeuee upon the In*1 of the above entitled action on Ue pan oftlie ptalnlifl. ISAAO k. wfarr. Attorney (or Plaintiff. VANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1878. Number 135. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. A Scandinavian newspaper is to be Btarted at Sioux Falls. Hon. A. Sheridan Jones, of Olivet, is preparing to leave for California. Roscoe had its first death last week, a two year old daughter of J. D. Smith going to her rest. Bishop ClarkBon administertd the rite of confirmation to three persons in Sioux Falls last Friday. E. C. Burdick has established a meat shop at Rockport and canvasses the valley of the Jim for custom. The commissioners of Hutchinson county are making preparations for building a jail at Olivet. It is to be constructed of stone and twenty feet square. A mflM conventiomarill be held by the republicans of Hutchinson county at Max well City on the 19th inst. Olivet Homestead Three new signs will soon appear in Olivet on as many places of business. When you see a 14 by 20 sign on a 12 by 6 houlfe, that is our office. Drop in and see us. Hutchinson county is to vote this fall upon a proposition to bond the outstanding indebtedness of the county and upon a prop osition for the construction of a court house at Olivet and the issuance of $2,000 bonds to pay for the same. .Olivet Homestead correspondence Fire steel in Davison county has two houses and a store is now under way. The townsite is a.beautiful one and in addition to this there is within a few rods, one of the most beauti ful natural parks to be found on the Jim river, which, (thanks to the foresight of Mr. Gear, by a special agreement with the owner,) is to be preserved for that purpose. Sioux Falls Independent: A rapid youth of fifteen summers appropriated a pair of cattle from Johnson's herd near the iron post indicating the state line, and sold them to Otto Anderson for $75.00. Anderson soon received information that tbe cattle had been stolen and recovered from the thief $73.25. The boy "skipped" to Minne sota. VEGETINE REV. i. P. LUDLOW, WRITES: 178 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, X. V.. November 14, 1874. H. It. STEVENS, ESQ. Dear Sir:—From personal benefit received bv its use, as well as from personal knowledge ol those whose cures thereby have seemed almost miraculous, I can most neartily and sincerely recommend the VeEetiuc for the complaints which it is claimed to cure. JAMKS P. LI'DJ.OW, Late Tastor Calvary Jlaptist Cliui cli, Sacramento, il. VEGETINE SHE RESTS WELL. South Poland, Mc., Oct. 11,1SV6. Mn. H. R. STF.VF.NS Dear Sir I liave been sick two years with tlie liver complaint, and during that time have taken a greatmanv different medicines, but none of them did me any good. I was restless nights, and had no appetite. Since taking the Vegetine I rest well, and relish my food. Can recommend the egetine for what it has done forme. Yours respectfully. MRS. AT.BEHT r.iCKEH. itness of the above. MR. GEO KG M. VAUGHAX, Medford. Mass. VEGETINE GOOD FOR THE CHILDREN. Boston Home, Tvler street, I Boston, April, 1ST3. t' H. R. STKVENS Dear SirWe feej that the children in our home have been greatly benelited bv the Vere tine you have so kindlv given us from time to time, especially those troubled with the Scrofula. A\ith respect. Mns. X. WORMKIJ,, Matron. VEGETINE REV. 0. T. WALKER, SAYS Providence, R. I., lot Transit Street. H. R. STEVENS, ESQ. I feel bound to express with mv signature the high value I place upon your Vegetine. My family liava used it for the hist two years. In nervous debility It Is invaluable, iind I recom mend it to all who may need an invigorating, renovating tonic. O. T. WALKER, Formerly Pastor of Bowdoin Square Church. Boston. VEGETINE NOTHING EQUAL TO IT. South Salem, Mass., Xov. 14,1876. Mn. II. R. STKVF.NS Dear sir —I have been troubled with Scrofu la. Canker and Liver Complaint for three years. egetine, er there is nothing" plaints. Can heart body. Yours trnlv nothing equal to "it for such com tliy .recommend it to every- MRS. LI'ZZIK M. PACKARD, No. 1(1 Lagrange Street, South Salem. Mass. VEGETINE. RECOMMEND IT HEARTILY. South ROStOll. MB. STKVKXS ntgr Sir:—I have taktai Several bottles of your Vi^etine. and am convinced it is a valuable remedy for dyspepsia, kidney complaint and general debility of the svstem. I can bearttlr recommend it to all sufferers from the above complaint. Yours resneetfullv. Mits. Mt'NHOK PARKRR. VEGETINE l*re(MUvd by H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass VeottiM it Sold by All Drugaitt* CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, AC. WISE BROTHERS' FALL OPENING. We have the largest and most complete stock of Clothing ever offered in the west. Everybody is invited to examine our goods andfprioes. Dress Goods, Ginghams and Prints. Bleached and Brown Sheet ings. Flannels, all Qualities and Colors. Cassimeres, Shirtings. In our Clothing Department may be .found the most ex tensive lines of HEN'S, YOUTH'S & BOYS' SUITS, in every conceivable quality, color and style,, at VERY LOW PRICES. Our Furnishing Goods line includes the choicest Neckwear, the latest styles of Collars and Cuffs, the most complete assortment of Underwear, such as Cottons, Cotton Flannel, Merino, Cashmere, Red and Yellow Flannel, Camels' Hair Goods, Buckskins, &c. also a full line of White Shirts, Laundried and Un laundried, Cheviots and Percales, Suspenders Hose and Handkerchiefs in endless variety. Of Hats and Caps, we have a line including all the stylish and staple shapes for HEN, BOYS and CHILDREN, of all qualities and prices. Full Line of Trunks and Valises A W A S O N A N A O O E O A S A S E I A WISE BROTHERS, Third-St., next to 1st National Bank. R. A.ZETCHUM Is daily receiving Large Supplies of Fall and Winter Goods, and offers Special Bargains in Cottonades & Brown and Striped Ducks. Shirts and Beady Hade Overalls. Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, at bed-rock prices. BATHS! BATHS Hot, Cold and Shower Remember that I keep everything wanted in every well regulated family, and will sell you more goods for the same money than any other House in the Territory. A S .... AT.... MARTIN WATSON'S BARBER SHOP, THIRD STREET, YANKTON, dayai baking nUT AL. Absolutely Pure. i- aS The Clothing and Crockery stock will be sold out regard less of cost. Fall assortment of Ladies, Gent's and Children's Under* wear at low figures. Large stock of new style Cloakingg just received. Carpets are Cheaper than ever- Complete stock of Notions, Hosiery & Fancy Dry Goods. Hore Sugar, Tea and Coffee for $1.00 than at any other House in Dakota. R. A. KETCHU M, 1 Corner 3d and Walnut Streets, Yankton, D. T. Do Not Buy your Groceries (I'ntil you have examined the Stock and Price of JAMES CLARK JUST OPENED has a laicer sale than all oUier baking powders combined—became it iiifomt Btren-"- Ci..™* led expraol' .. .. .. ,-'"rsjue man ail ouier baking powders combined—tiecanw frf Ha xTVTi Healthlulnew. and KOcaer. Prepared trom OKAFK rSPtu I »pr»*sl) for LhU pe«rfcM powdor direct from the Wine dMltotot fntMLit ha* received tbe Indorsement and rooommendaUoa of the New *0. Board cvcrywhere- .'S In Hanson's Block, Third Street, YANKTON. powder No ,amUy ROYALIiaa takes the BUmat Soda. Mtntut. and feast: more 00a bread, never sour* «wc cak^nem put up ta paper pnetuwas. UttBepMoSly/ 'Ml (Ms vest tool nakMitM.