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Volume 4.
THE NCW8.
#T j**% *»y\ .-ai'iTigy't -,Ct
Hostile Indians Murdering Set*
tiers and Stealing Stock
-ij *?A Texas, jj,\t ..
English Exci'ement Over the Glasgow
Failure is Subsiding.
The SMtlMifft Fever StWfcwtiBg
Its Daily Victlns ky the
Kindreds.
—~t-'
'•'J YELLOW FEVER.
AT CAIRO.
Cairo, Oct. 7.—The outlook ia favorable
thia noon, No new cases. One death since
la.t report. .. -~*2
FOREIGNBELIEF.
Paria, Oct. 7."—General Borel, French
minister of war, has sent General Noyes^
the American miniate^ 500 franca for the
relief of yellow fever sufferers in the United
Statce.
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AT BATON ROCOE.
irt®
Baton Rouge, Oct. 7.—One hundred and
eleven new cases and 11 deaths of yellow
fever officially reported, with one physician
to hear from lor the forty eight hoars end
ing this morning:1 The acourge is steadily
and constantly doing its work. No pros
pect of abatement. Weather continues hot
and oppressive. A great many cases are re
ported as doing bad If. The cry for assis*
tance is coming from every quarter. The
Howards are sorely pressed. The Howard
expenses now amount to hundreds of dol
lars daily and their resources are fairly
melting away. Assistance is much needed.
AT MEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Oct. 7.—Deaths, 41 new
cases, 115.
THE JOHN M. CHAMBERS.
Memphis, Oct. 7.—The steamer John M.
Chamber*, from St. Louis laden with sup
plier for infected pointa between here and
Vicksbuif, arrived early this morning. Dr.
H. M. Keyes, of the U. S. marine hospital
service, and Frank Belly, representative of
the. Chicago) relief committee are'on board.
The ateamer leaves this afternoon and will
take all mails for points below which have
accumulated since communication was cut
off.
AT MEMPHIS
Unusual activity prevails at the Howard's
headquarter* thia morning and nurses are
being sent to all interior towns adjacent to
Memphis when the fever haa appeared.
AT MASON.
Dr. W. R. Hunter, Howard phyaiciaa at
Maaon, Tenn., reporta nine new cases having
developed yesterday.
AT COL^IERSVILLE.
Colliersville, Oct. 7.—A telegram from
Colliersville, Tena., brings^inteliigence that
there are eight new oaaes in that town.
AT OAIXOWAY.
Qalloway, Oct.7.—Five new cases of fever
are reported at Galloway, Tenn.
CASES AT MEMPHIS.
Ex-U. S. Marshal J. M. Tomeny was
taken down last night. Maliy deaths have
occurred since the last report. Eliza Michot,
Mike Provencal^ Mitchell Brown, Sr., B
F. lrown', secretary tf the board of health,
and Thomas Stewart, late in charge of Elm
wood cemetery, Dr.J. F. Sample, of Austin,
Miaa., aasiatant physician in charge of camp
Joe Williams died thia. morning. J.B'
Cook,architect, ex-Mayor John Legue, Mar
tin Griffin, W.
W
.Thatcher are claaeed among
the convalescent. The weather is clear and
warm. Since six o'clock last night 22
deaths are reported by undertakers.'
WASHINGTON.
RETURNED.
Washington, Oct. 7.—Gen. Sherman re
turned thia morning from hie extended trip.
CIRCULARS ISSUED.
Waahington, Oct. 7.—The secretary of the
treasury has issued a circnlar citing the va
rious sections of the revised statutes relating
to deposits of gold coin and bullion and the
issue of certificates them for,.the payment
of import duties in |old and silver coin, and
othen, as to the amount to which subsidiary
silver shall* be legal tender. Also the act
passed at the last session of congress in re
gard to the coinage of the standard silver
dollar. -f*.
.TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
CBllfUtAl. LISLE. .W-
Ctaduati, Oct T.—JJarry $acke, editor
of the Volke Freond, was to-day arrtattd
charged with a criminal libel by Be^j. Bat
terworth, republican onadMale for eoogn
The charge grew mt«f a publication in the
Volks Kretn* charging a SM.000 hand up
on the gavernasent by Mr. Botterworth.
A SPECIAL afmnrpn.
New York. Oct. 7.—It to wdaretood ttot
effort will be aodt to fauna* UMI
•d chargea to be pM the PaaMM Railroad
•paay by Ike Pwtlo Mil MMkip
It Is clakBtd that la aMMii to
$75,000 agreed .to be paid each month by
the steamship 'company, the lighterage and
otheratra chargea In September increased,
the toUl Indebtedness to the Panama com
pany for that month to over #100,000. To
settle this matter the Pacific mail executive
committee proposes that a special comittee
from each company be appointed,
THE INDIANS IN TEXAS.
Galveston, Oct. 7.—A News special from
Mason, Texas, of the 6th says information
is received of Indian raids near Junction
Oily. Three girls and,
a boy named Dowdy
were killed on the Johnson fork on the
Gaudaloup river. Reports from the sur
rounding country show that they are steal
ing stock and murdering settlers. A gen
eral raid is feafred.
FOREIGN.
EXCITEMENT SUBSIDING.
London, Oct. 7.—The excitement, of the
City of Glasgow bank has subsided. The
name of the Glasgow firm of shipbuilders,
which failed on the 4thinst., is William
Simons A Co., ef Renfrew. Other ship
builders are likely to find help that will en
able them to tide over the crisis. It is now
believed thai th& assets of the heaviest debt
ors of the City of Glawgow bank will iurn
out better than was at fint hoped, with the
exception of those of Smith, Fleming.A Ce.,
and their Indian houses, which are in bad
shape.
AJU MC8J1D CAPTORED?.'T
Sljnlp, Oct, 7.—Indian newspapers pub
lish reporta of the capture of All Musjid.
There is no official news of the occurence-
HEAVY ATTACHMENT.
Montreal, Oct. 7.—A writ of attachment
has been issued by Birmingham firm
against Savage & Lyman, jewelers of this
city, for 10,000 pounds.
HUNGARIAN AND AUSTRIAN MATTERS.
Vienna, Oct. 7.—The resignation of Von
Azell, Hungarian minister of finance, will
possibly take effect immediately. The
question of the acceptance of the resigna
tions of other Hungarian ministers will
probably await the meeting of the diet.
It seems Count Andrassy is disposed to put
off the assembling of the legialatule till
some time in December, by which time it
is hoped the Austrian question will be
completed.
The Emperor of Austris, on bis return to
this city from Godailo, will grant an .au
dience to leading members of the Austrian
parliament on the subject of the recon
struction of the Cisleithan ministiy.
DRY GOODS! .DRY GOODS!
Now being received at Chas. Eiseman &
CO.'B., Broadway, the newest and latest
styles of staple and fancy dry goods, of all
descriptions, at bottom prices.
NORTHERN DAKOTA.
The population of Fargo is about 1,500
and rapidly increasing.
The remains.of Capt.'Bennett, killed in
Milea' last engagement arrived at Bismarck
on the steamer Eclipse.
The repair shops of the Northern Pacific
Railroad Company are located in Fargo and
furnish employment to a large number of
men.
Four substantial stage coaches Mr the
Fargo and Pembina line of stages, arrived
last Monday night and will be placed on
the line immediately/
A special train of twenty cars loaded with
Montana cattle left Bismarck on the 3d for
Chicago. The cattle will go yiathe Min
neapolis A St Louis railroad from Min
neapolis.
Fargo Republican: We are gratified to
acknowledge a call from our old friend and
neighbor, Hon. L. D. M. Sweat, of Port
land, Maine, who is here for the puqtoae of
locating $80,000 worth of landa.
Wah Popo, the Sioux Indian, one of the
murderers of the De Lome family at St.
Joseph in 1876, escaped from the Pembina
county jail laat week. He was aeen west of
Pembina making his way to Fort Totten.
J. B. Bodie, Esq., of Chicago, arrived at
Fargo last week and has purohased of Fi
Billing*, th|ee Mjtioip of laqd (one* tor
each of his children) in townahip 138-52
about eighti milca aouth of CaMelton, for
which he paid $11,600.
J..J: Hill, of.the St. Paul'& Pacific ar
rived at Pembina on the 3d. Mr. Hill will
locate the depot of the St. Vicent branch at
St. Vincent, immediately oppoaite Pembina.
The gradera are within aix miles of Pembi
na and the4mck-layers within' twenty-five
mileai'' The prospects are that the cars of
the St. Vincent branch will be running into
8b Vincent by UM jOtb j^L
AN UNBBNIABI.B TBOTH.
•%i
•.
You deserve to suffer, and if you load
a miierable,' unsatisfactory life in this
beautiiul world it is entirely your own
fault and there is only one excuse for
you,—your lynreasonable prejudice and
skepticism, which has killed' thdhsands.
Personal knowledge and common aense
reasoning. wUl soo*sl^w jou that
fraaiTlgwtr will cnre yon ut
Liver complaint, or Dyapepsis, with all
Its miserable effects, such as sick head
ache, palpitation of the heart, atfur atom
acb, habitual costlvenesa, diuiness of
the head, nervous prostration, low spirits,
Ac. Its sales now reach every town on
the Western Continent and not a Druggist
butwrlll tall yon of Its wonderful cures,
You can buy a Sample Bottle for 10 cents.
Throe doses will relieve you.
Sold hy Mills A Pnrdv
VANKTON. DAKOTA' TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1878. Number 139.
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NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
Boa Homme county haa a national party
organization,
Wheat sells at from thirty to seventy
cents at Springfield.
A .chutch, achool house, store and aeveral
dWeliinga-ore to be erected in Fiahdreau
this fall.
Dr.- W. P. Pike left Vermillion last
Thursday morning for his old home in Liv
ermore, Maine, where he intends to remain
during the winter, at least.
New corn has been.placed on the market
in Vermillion. The farmers who have
more than they can feed are hauling in their
surplus. It is selling for twenty cents per
bushel.
Springfield- Times: Numerous prairie
schooners have arrived in these parts during
the past week. Come on, good folks there
is good land yet in Bon Hoirime county for
many a settler.
Moody County Enterprise: At the in
stance of A. H. Wheeler,^county attorney,
several arrejts wire made thia week for
offenaea growing out of the liquor traffic.
Cases are still pending, and we will report
proceedings next week.
Bon Homme Citizen: The farmers of
this county produced considerable sugar
cane this season. Mr. Jno. McNeill, who
resides near Adams' grove, has a good mill
and'is turning the aweet juice into as good
an article of sorghum syrup as we ever
tested.
Vermillion Standard: The horse Prince,
owned by J. W. Grable, is matched against
the Gassman horse and also against Robber,
the first for a quarter the letter for half
mile running races best three in five. The
races will come off at the capital on the 21st
and 22d of October, but arrangements may
be made to run the races the same day.
LADIES!
Call at Eiseman & CO.'B before purchasing
and examine their stock of dress goods,
which are the nicest line ever brought to the
territory.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
Clias. Eiseman & Co. have now a large
line of the newest styles of ladies ready
made cloaks, shawls, etc., cheaper than ever
before.
We are prepared to supply the liquor and
cigar trade of the northwest, at better prices
than eyer since Dakota was settled.
Congleton ia now ready with a new
store and a new stock of goods for the fall
and winter trade. He has a large and well
selected stock of drv goods, fancy goods,
millinery, ladies' dress goods,8uitingg, ladies'
and children's hose, ladies' nnderwear,
cloaks, shawls, zephers, Honiton and point
braid and^verything else pertaining to his
business. His stock embraces a full line of
staple and fancy dry goods, all new and of
the latest styles and selected to suit the
taste of this communitr.
Mrs. Morrow's new stock of millinery
goods and pattern hats is now ready for in
spec'ion and the ladies are invited to
call and examine it. Choice goods of the
latest design—goods which will please and
which willbesold at reasonable rates. Store
in Dewitt's block, Third street
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
WALL STBECT.
New York, Oct. 7.
Money—3c.
Gold--1.001
c.
Stocks—Irregular..
Goverments—Strong.
NEW YORK XABKKT.
New York, Oct. 7.
WHEAT—[email protected] lower winter red, cash,
$1 04jc.
RYE—Dull.
CORK—Unchanged.
OATS—Firm western mixed, 26}@26Jc.
PORK—Steady $8,75(n)8.80.
LARD—Firm [email protected] 80.
WHISKY—lSto.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Oct. 7.
W HEAT—Closes quiet and lower nomi
nal, 80Jc for OctolNT? 82{c aokadior No
vember 48 Jc bid for December.
CORN—Lower 33}C for October
for November 34$c bid for December.
OATS—Lower 18}@18 jc for cash 193c
for November 20(?20ic for December.
RYE—43Jc bid for cash nominal, 4oc
for November. ,.
BARI.EV—$1.04 ftir cagh $1.00 for No
vember.
PORK—Lower $7.65c for October
[email protected]£2)c for November f7.80c for
December 7.65 for year.
LARD—Lower $6..17Jc®6.20 for Octo
ter $6.20}c November$0.200622^0 for
for December $6.0Tti 30 TLBT YT*r. ..
WHISKY—1.07.
HILWAPKBIT.^
.1 Milwaukee, OcU 7
WHEAT—Lower bard, $1.04 No. 1,
(*KC No. 2, 82Jc for caab or OofaAar ME
for November 8A)c for Deomber.
Ooiut Steady Ho. S, 44c.
OAW Snody Ho. 1%.
Ltf»a«^ir
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DELL
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MAJ?A
Liquors and
Broadwa
CONRAD St com Baking Powder
'Manufactured In Chicago. Sold ly all Deal
DRAMBLE, MINER «c CO., Wholesale Cro
AJ cers, Forwarding, Storage, and General
Steamboat Agents. Levee.
DURLEIGHIW. A. Jr., Dealer in Flour, Grain
Feed and Provisions. Broadway, Block.
DRENNAN
Broadway.
Family Market,
(Stler's old stand).
BUERDORF, General Grocers,
Wholesale and Retail. Broadway.
CS PoJtoffl^*8'
Groc^ Thlrd"St
°enerat Hardware.
Third-St. between Walnut and Cedar.
I
)AK?,T^ GERALD, Democratic Newspaper
published weekly, Taylor Bios. Proprietors
Third-St.
I^ISEMAN, CHAS. A CO. General Clothing
M-* House & Merchant Tailoring. Broadway.
I7XCELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent
iH and other brands of Flour, Meal, Feed, &e.
Capltal-St., near Levee.
I7DMUNDS fc WVNN, Bankers
Agents. Broadway.
and Insurance
l^IltST NATIONAL BANK, Government De
MS.TifiMVay'PreSWent'
Nati0"aI
li', Attorney-ai-Uiw. omce. Ce-
dar-st.. north of Third
JENKINSON,
Wallljaum & Becker,
Proprietors. Douglas-Ave.
HAGE
O. P. Family
near Postofflce.
HYg^t i&d*sf"
Grocer. Third-St.,
Estate and Ix)an
M. H.
Ice Cream.
Groceries. Third
Groceries. Third Street.
K^jfock1'
BA,?TON-
P'LES,and
ADLER & OHLMAN.
Fruits and
otafa™"*6'Everystyle'at
presa
and Da-
DrtI8gist.
Pennington's
Cash Grocery House
JL
I .f®.! J. fc H. Dealers in Cordwood.
*-i flee between 4th and 5th on Broadway.
Of-
Manufacturer of Cigars,
Third-St., Yankton. D. T.
JVTttMfcPCRDV, Druggists, Stationers and
i»A Notions. Third-St.
DETERSON.
A Watches, "Clocks, &c.
P. A.
short notice.
Jeweler. A full line of
„1&c Repairing done on
Coates'Block. Third St.
P®"t Hide and leather Deal
era. Third-St.
Shoes, Hats,
I. Sc CO. Dealer in Boots,
Caps Furs. Third-St.
QWRESOF
LEGAL BLANKS, At the Press
and Dakotaian Counting Room.
RICHEY
DIX, Hardware Dealers. Yank­
ton and Deadwood.
(JA.NBORX, J. R.
O ufacturer. ~1
Furniture Dealer and Man-
Tliird-8t.-. Dewitt's Block.
TYLER
4C XISSEN, Manufacturers of Wag
ons ai.d Buggies. Horse-shoeing and all
kindsof repairing. Cedar street, between Third
and Fourth.
ITASt AJtTWERP, E. H. Civil Engineer and
Conveyancer. Sawyer's Block, up stairs.
WATSOX,
MARTI K.
St. Yankton.
WAGKER
Barber shop, Third-
BROS. Gunsmiths^nd
in Firearms. Broadway.
WEST,
WILCOX
Dealers
I. E. Attoniey-at-I.aw.
Pennington's Block.
Room 9,
It WILLIAMS, Dealers In
Elevator foot of Second-St.
grain
ISE BROTHERS, Wholesale and Retail
Clothiers, Dewitt's block, Tli'rd street.
\irHITE, H. W. Gunsmith and Dealer in
Firearms and Musical Instruments. Cedar
St. Between Third and Fourth.
WINES AND
rs*r-
LIQUORS.
THE OLDEST LIQUOR HOUSE
rx THE if OR Til WEST
Adler & Ohlman
WHOLESALE
Liquor Dealers,
YANKTON, DAKOTA.
Keep constantly on band the following brands
of liquors:
McBrayer's, Taylor's, Shawban, Anderson
County, Monock and Castle Rock
Kentucky Whiskies!
—Also. Our Favorite—
MXl&lgt. OOIiSSFBIHO-,
BLUE GBABB, BOYD, Ac., &c.
Which we are selling at very low prices. Also,
a tull stock ot
Imported Wines and Liquors.
The largest stock of
re a
Ever brought to the Territory. Seidenberg*s
Key West a specialty. Sole agents for
Schiitz'sWIwaukee Beer
By the Kt| and Caie.
In fact ever^bing usually kept iu-a Orst class
WttnkwiNd tqi oiiiteR (or Miy qnanU
ty of wines, Lluuon, Cigars and Dobaccos, and
guarantee satisfaction, aul at prices lower.than
ever before.
ADLER QHkMAN.
Mrs. C. A. Lyons &Co.
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY
AKl
THIRD STREET, aaxt door to HARR1
KATZ Yarttaa.
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CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOOD8, &C.
WISE BROTHERS'
FALL OPENING.
We have the largest and most complete stock of Clothing
ever offSred in the west.
Everybody is invited to examine our goods and?prices.
In our Clothing Department may be found the most ex
tensive lines of MEN'S, YOUTH'S ft BOYS' 8UITS, in every
conceivable quality, color and style, at VERY LOW
PRICE8.
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 aline 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 E I A
WISE BROTHERS,
Third-St., next to 1st National Bank
Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
at bed-rock prices.
BATHS! BATHS
R. A. KETCHUM
Is daily receiving Large Supplies of Pall and
and offers Special Bargains in
Dress Goods, Ginghams and
Prints.
Bleached and Brown Sheets
ings.
Flannels, all Qualities and
Colors.
Cassimeres,
Shirtings.
Cottonades &
Brown and Striped Dneks.
Shirts and
Beady Made
Overalls.
Hot, Cold and Shower
BATH8
'BOYAL" baaa tu.
I l*ur\ty. CitUorat
Remember that I keep everything wanted in every well regulated family and will
sell yon more goods for the same money than any other Howe in the Territory.
'-W*
MARTIN WATSON'S
BARBER SHOP,
THIRD anscr. VMITWT.
Absolutely Pure.
tii(S'\?P $S$sS
V',fe!^
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1
Winter
Goods,
The Clothing and Crockery
Btock will be sold ont regard
less of cost.
Full assortment of Ladies,
Gent's and Children's Under
wear at low fignres.
large stock of new style
Oloakings jnst received.
Carpets are Cheaper than
ever
Complete stock of Kotions,
Hosiery & Fanoy Dry floods.
More Sugar, Tea and Coffee
for $1.00 than at any other
House in Dakota.
R. A. KETCHUM,:
Corner 3d and Walnut Streets, Yankton, D. T.
Do Not Buy your Groceries
.Until you haveeiRHtiiiied tlieStock and Piiw
JAMES CLARK
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In Haneon't Block, Third Straff''**
YANKTON:*
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