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i*. |"ELE GRAPHIC. O O THE NEWS. The Vetoed Bill Goes to a Vote In the House and Is Defeated. A Number of the Lesser Lights of Congress Indulge In a Per sonal Quarrel. Extensive Arrangements By the St. Louis Refugee Society to Aid the Exodus. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington, May 13.—Mr. Bayard re sported favorably from the committee on Jfinance the house bill for the exchange of ^subsidiary coin for legal tender money, and "Welted for its consideration. It went over ^qnder objection, and consideration was re ined of the legislative appropriation bill. O S E vlr. Sbelly made a personal explanation, asserting that the election in his district was fair and peaceable. Mr. Rucsell also nude an explanation re garding the speeches of Kitchen and Dowd sou. He utiacked Kitchen severely, de claring that be held bis seat and drew bis salary io which he was in uo way entitled, and was called a fiemlcmun by courtesy of the house. Mr. Kitchen fiercely denounced Russell as one of those men from the south who has deserted their race and country and bone and flash, and joined the rag-tag and bob-tail of creation. Beint called to order by btevensen, ho proceeded, characterizing Russet's charge as totally false. He asked Russel if he bud not been court martialed and dismissed from the confederate service, to which Russell replied that ue bad been, but that it was for whipping a conscription officer, and that be had been restored to the confederate service by Jefferson Davis. This raised a laugh at KitcheD, and when he Whs nbout to reply be was cut off by a point of order made by Gibson, and sus tained by the speaker, that be was not making a personal explanation. Mr. Davidson followed with Ills personal explanation and denounced the statement tnide by Russel. Koolt then called up the message and demanded the previous question on the passage of the military in terference bill over the president's veto. The previous question was seconded, and the house proceeded to vote. The result of the vote was yeas, 127, nays 97. So there not being the two-thirds majority required by the constitution, the biil was re jected. Ten of the greenbackers voted in the affirmative the other three—Barlow, Forsyth and Kussell—not voting. The veto message was then referred to the judiciary coinmiUee. WASHINGTON. SUBSCUU'TIONS. Washington, May 13.—Subscriptions to to the 4 par cent refunding certificates since yesterday's report are $1,080,000. INTERNATIONAL VALUE OF COIN. Washington, May 13.—The senate finance committee has authorized Bayard to propose as an amendment to tbe pending legislative, executive and judicialappropria tion bill that $20,000 be appropriated for diplomatic and consular service to be ex pended in the discretion of the president. The purpf.se of tbe appropriation is for es tablishing, if possible, through diplomatic agencies a common international ratio oi value between gold and stiver coinage. DISCUSSED BY THE CABINET. Washington, May 13.—At the cabinet meeting to-day the subject of double stand ard was discussed at considerable length, in connection with the-more recently express ed views of European nations on tbe sub ject, and it was understood that Secretary £varts would re-open a correspondence with foreign governments looking to fresh negotiations for the adoption of a dual standard. The question of tbe |fiiyment of another installment to Capt. Dads on ac count of tbe Mississippi jetties was also discussed, the point turning upon his being required to maintain a depth of channel immediately above the jetties as well as through the jetties and to the gulf. From reports received it appeared the mer has shoaled above the jetties,to a depth of 23 to 24 feet._ No final decision was reached as to the liability of Capt. Eads. SILVER COINS The senate committee on finance to-day considered the house bill concerning sub sidiary coins, and authorized Mr. Bayard to report it back to the senate with a rec ommendation for its passage with two amendments. One fixes the amendment for which subsidiary silver coins shall here after be legal tender in full payment of all dues, public and private, at $10 instead of $20, an proposed by the hoiiae of reprenen tatiyes on $5 as provided by the existing law. The other amendment makes pro vision that the fourth section of the bill slull be applicable only to silver coins of fact v.ilue of 25 cents and under. FOREIGN. THE EVACUATING ARMY. Odessa, May 10.—The Russian steam navigation company's vessels will convey 40,000 men and 2,000 horses from Haungo* between May 16th and June l.rth. The remainder of the evacuating army will go away by railway. AOAIKST CAPITAL IM NISIIMENT. Berne, May 13.—The democratic socio 1™ io several town*, especially here, held great demonstration* on Sunday against the r»«-»Ubli.luu»nl of capita) puoUhnent. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. NATIONAL MILCBKS ASSOCIATION. Chicago, May 13.—The sixth annual con vention of the national millers association met at tbe Giand Pacific hotel to day, 000 of the 000 members being present. Asa Dow, president of the Chicago board of trade, aud Mayor Carter H. Harrison, made welcoming addresses. Tbe president, Geo. Bain, rcpponded aud delivered tbe annual address, His principal recommendations are that the association be organized as a corporation ou a legal basis for the pur pose of carrying out contests regarding patents look to tba interests of the asso ciation aguinst the encroachment of patent ees that the success attending their efforts against the IDDOS ttons of tbe Cochrane patent should encourage tbem to wage an uncompromising warfare against tbe Dencblield patent, and tbut a better sys tem and practice of grading and inspection be adopted. MIGRATING NEGROES. St. Louis, May 13—It has been decided by the colored refugee relief board of this city to send Rev. John Turner, colored, a member and officer of that board, east to present the people of that section all the facts so far as known relating to the negro exodus with the view of enlisting their sympathy and co-operation In behalf of tbe refugees. The board at its meeting last night adopted a resolution stating that they have received information from their ac credited agents and also from public offi cers in Kansas that all tbe refugees wh» have gone or bave been sent there have found work at fair wages. Gen. Conway, being in favor of encouraging emigration from the south, he does not believe in urg ing the negroes to leave their homcB SPORTING. -New Castle On Tyne, May 13.—Hanlon is not expected here before the end of the week. Elliott was orft twice yesterday. In the morning lie had a slight trial with Fee ley of Borrow in Furms. Elliott, at only 32 strokes to the minute, rowed steadiJv away from Feeley. FIRES. A TOWN ON FIRE. Cleveland, May 13.—Several hotels and other buildings near the depot at Irvings town, Pa., about 20 miles east of Warren, Pa., on the Philadelphia and Erie railroad, were destroyed by fire this morning. The fire is still raging, and tbe entire town threatened with destruction. The fire department from Warren has been telegraphed for, and is now en route. Telegraphic communication has been interrupted. LATER. Cleveland, 3:45 p. m.—The latest informa tion from Irvingtown, Pa., reports the fire under control. Particulars as to losses are not now obtainable. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. SENTENCED. Poughkeepsie,N. Y.,May 13—Alexander Barlow, cashier of the Fiskill bank, convict ed of embezzlement, has been sentenced to hve years in the penitentiary. MURDER AND SUICIDE. Providence, R. I„ May 13.—Andrew Manning, of Ellville, yesterday killed his wife, then drowned himself. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH WALL STREET. New York, May 13. Money—2©3 per cent. Goverments—Steady. Stox—Generally strong. NEW YORK MARKET. New York, May 13. WHEAT—i©ijc better, good and active No. 2, spring, for June, $1.00. RYE—Verystrong. CORN—Dull 44}@45c. BARLEY—Dull. OATS—Steady mixed western, 340351. WHEAT—Unsettled opened weak and lower closed strong and higher 98J@9Sj for carh 98 jc. for May $1,001 for June 99j for July. CORN—Weak and lower 35Jc for cash 36c asked for June 36jc for July. OATS—Firm and higher 27 jc." for cash, and June 28c for July. RYE—51c. BARLEY—70c. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, May 13. WHEAT—l$(5\ljc higher hard, $1.03J No. 1, $1.00 No. 2, 98c for cash 99j for June $1.00 for July No. 3, 84J No. 4, 7 Sc. CORN—Steady 351c. OATS—27Jc. RYE—51c. BARLEY- 016 I. E. WEST, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pennington's Block, YANKTON, DAKOTA. Volume 5. YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 13. 1879. or labor, but says those who have already left their places or plantations and are on the river banks awaiting transportation north, should not. only be permitted to come but should be brought up by any means. He says if tbe objcct of chartering steamers to bring tbem from tbeir camp is carried out the vessels will probably be obtained and outfitted on the Ohio river where there are plenty of frieads of the movement and abundaot funds to further the plan. He claims to be backed by a number of very wealthy philanthropists In the east, and says there will be no lack of money to car ry out any schcme to aid the refugees which may be agreed upon. Nothing will be done towards bringing emigrants up tbe river until the Quaker gentlemen, who left here yesterday, have reported the condition they find tbe negroes in at the points they intended to visit. DISAOLL'TIOX OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. T. l'\ MARSHALL CO. Notice Is hereby given, that the copartnership relation heretofore existing between the under signed under the tlrm name o(T. T. Marshall 4 Co., grocery, crockery and glassware dealers, on Capital street, In the city of Yankton, D. T., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All moneys due said llrm will be paid to Thomas F. Marshall, who continues the business at the old stand. Tartles owing the firm arc expected to settle accounts at oner. THOMAS K. MARSHALL, WILLIAM 1'. DKWKY. Dated, Yankton, D. T., May ISth, 1879. BUSINESS NOTICE. I bave succeeded to the business established, aud until recently conducted by T. F. Marshall & Co. My store is stocked with everything flint class in the grocery line, crockery and glassware, which I shall sell only for CASH, without excep tion, and thereby am able to give my patrons a reduction of KIKTKEN to TWENTY per cent, on former priccs. I rciiuest CASH PURCHASERS to call at my store aud examine my cash price list. THOMAS F. MARSHALL Reductions Dress Making Mrs. C. A. LYONS. I will make a Fine Dnu Cor 84.00 A very Fine Dress for 6.00 An Elegant Dreu for 8.00 Children*' Suit* from 93.00 to 4,00 Mliaea'Suit* from 4.00 to 0.00 Mrs. Roberts, formerly with Held, Leiter & Co., the best dress maker west of Chicago, has charge of my dress making department. While you are saving money in dress making, save at least 10 per cent, by buying your dress trimmings at Mrs. Lyons'. A full line of Buttons, Fringes, &c. Mrs. C. A. LYOSS, Third St., bet Broadway and Cedar. BUSINESS DIRECTORY ADLER fc OHLMAX, Wines, Liquors and Tobaccos. Broadway. BRL'CE, J. E. 4c CO., Groceries, Provisions, Wines. Liquors, &c.,cur. Third and Capital. DKA.UBLE, MIXER 4c CO., Wholesale Gro Tr cere, 1'orwardiiig, Storage, and General Steamboat Agents. Levee. BtRLEIGIlProvisions. BLATT W. A. Jr., Dealer\u Flour, Urain re«u uul Uroailway, Block. MKEVNAN PATRICK, Family Market, Broadway. (Slier's old stand IC IIL'ERUOKF, General Grocers, Wholesale and ltetail. Broadway. CLARK, JAMES, Groceries and Provisions, Dewey & Powers' block, Tliird streei. C' 1LTT1.\G Jc CLOIDAS, opposite PostoIUce. DAKOTA'"ul T1 ir(j"ii't's Grocers. Tliird-St HERALD, Democratic Newspaper w'eekly, Taylor Bros. Proprietors L""ISEMAN, CHAS. fc CO. General Clothing House & Merchant Tailoring. Broadway. I^&CELSIOR MILL CO. Manufacture Patent l-i and other brands of Flour, Meal, Ft'ed, &c. Capital-St., near Levee. PDSLL'.XDS IE WL'.W, Bankers and Insurance J-' Auents. Broadway. "POLEV «E ATCHISSON, Palace Restaurant, llnrd street, between Walnut and Douglas. LMRST NATIONAL BANK, Government De "V positary J. C. McVay, President. National Bank Block, Tliird-St. L^AL'LK, P. K. Attorney-ai-Law. Office. Ce dar-St.. north of Third /.1ERMAMA HOUSE, Wallbaum & Becker, Prourifctors. nnmrlnc. Av*» HAWLEY IVPx-HIk CHICAGO. Chicago, May 13. GEORGE E.,General Hardware. Tliird-St. between Walnut aud Cedar. HAGE,Postofllce.Family O. P. near Grocer. Tliird-St., ITAVWARD. J. p., Heal Estate and Loan •*•1. Agent, Third St. JOB PRINTING, Every style, at Press aud Da kotaian. J£AD1SH, C. J.' Druggist. Pennington's LAVENDER, A. W. Cash Grocery Bouse Third Street. I 1 MAJ'RFC Dealers in Cordwood. Of- flee between 4th and 5th on Broadway. TYIORMANN 1c GRADY. Dealers in Hard XTX ware, Stoves and Tinware, Capital street. BARTON, Manufacturer of Cigars, Tliird-St., Yankton. D. T. Fl,SSY1i PILES, TILER Druggists, Stationers and "1 Notions. Th rd-St. I, JCCO,, Boots and Shoes. Hats, Caps andFuis Sawyer's block .Third street. PEIR ic LUEBKE, Hide and Leather Deaf en. Tlurd-St. QUIRESOF LEGAL BLANKS, At the Press and Dakotaian Counting Room. P^'CIIEY ZINA, Hardware Dealer. Third street, Yankton. SANBORN, J. R. rurnlture Dealer and-Man kJ ufacturer. Third-St.. Dewitt's Block. CTEFFR LN, PETER. I.lverv. Ilradly Walnut street, near Third! LC NISSEN, Manufacturers of Wac pns and Buggies. Horse-shoeing aud all kinds of repairing. Cedarstreet, between Third and Fourth. WEEKS, J. A., Down Town Boot and Shoe Store, Morrison's block. Capital street. ILCOX IC WILLIAMS, Dealers In grain hlevator foot of Second-St. DAKOTA REPORTS. VOLUME ONE. Kmb«4ila( all ettn argued and de termined before ibe Supreme Court of Dakota! from the organisation or tbe Territory ap to and laclndlac the Dt. cembrr term, 1877. Reported by Hon Oraavllle G. Bennett, late aaaoclata Jnetleeaapreme conrt or Dakota 5SO Price, postpaid, 9S.OO. bent to address oa receipt or pries. Addraaa BOW KM KIRUIBVBT, Vanbton, Dakota- Charles Dress Goods, Silks, Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Shawls, '133MIS IVlldVO dO 3015 1SV3 '30IJ30 s(pJt-edaqg $ sjoqoiji -OKV- O 'STIIKdiilM 'SK03VAL CC O 'Ajduii|OB|jy S. N. FOLYER, —DKALKlt IK- "WOOD and COAL ii- HARD AND SOFT WOOD. Also Sawed & Unsawed Wood Pennsylvania, Illinois and Iowa Coul always on hand. Ordeis promptly filled. OAce First Door Went of l*o»tol!ice. BANKS THE FIRST NATIONAL Bank of Yankton Financial Agent of the United State* Approved Depositary for Disbursing Officers. JAMES C. McVAY, President W. H. McVAY. CASHIER. Dralts bought and sold, and promptly remitted for Bam, irttd CJakotttrnt*. Circulars and Ulsters, Hosiery, all Grades, Gloves, pa* pg -*aa Fancy Goods, Notions. iujbj -a xv- S'cl Kid -AO saMia iiv- si aa ivau OJ.3 'sdwnd h- UJ I- CO O QC s£ O O'lllw.imis LIVERY. THE BRADLY Livery and Sale -STABLE.-- PETER STEPFEN, Prop'r. WALNUT STREET, tot 3d llh STREET Yankton, Dakota. cr Sewini LADIES' Mm 'r COX'S BUILDING, THIRD ST., Tenders a general invitation to the public to inspect his immense stock of goods, consisting of a full line of I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Special attention is called to my One stock or SUMMER SILKS, KID GLOVES, EMBROIDERIES, TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELS, HOSIERY and LADIES' NECK WEAR, at prices lower than ever offered before in this or any other market. Call and look at my stock and get niy prices be fore making your purchases, ami I will save yon some money. CoY® -A 4tj t, '& ft, v.- Hosiery and Gloves, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, Hats and Caps, Shirts. CHARLES EISEMAN, DON'T FORGET YOUR MONEY! T. F. MARSHALL'S IB CASH PRICE LIST After May 1st. 10 pounds Standard A Sugar for $1.00 9 granulated Sugar 1.00 12 Ex. Sugar 8 good Rio Coffee 6 choice 5 fancy 18 bars W. B. Soap 16 bars Kirk's Blue Soap Price's Cream Baking Powder, 1 pound can Star Baking Powder Good Japan Tea, per pound Choice Very best 3 lb. standard Tomatoes, 15c per can 7 cans 2}b. do Corn, So do .. S r.?0 Number 15 ,i.<p></p>Eiseman, $ Cox's Building, Third Street, Yankton. Oysters, 8 cans Silver Gloss Starch, per pound Oat Meal, per pound White hand picked Beans, per pound Lorillard's Plug Tobacco, Cider Vinegar, per gallon llO deg. test Kerosene Oil. per gallon 175 test Headlight Oil, All Goods Warranted as Represented, or Money Refunded. Hemembcr tbe Place: T. F. MARSHALL & CO'S Old Stand, Cash or Produce Only Taken in Exchange for Goods STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Xow In, of the latest Stj-lrn, at the Lowett Pile.. Goat Princess ^fccaifAwf Newport Ties SiiS Oxford Giat & SS® COig. Calf BootsfreBE' I dO Polisll Moguet Slippei s: I uOat rOXed Goat Slippers. Button Walk- Boys,Misses and illg Shoes, Childrens Shoes in large variety *.5-^ ti if ivl Sen's Suits, Youths' Suits, Boys' Suits, '•1 '1 If 4 F1 •a 1.00 1.G0 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 40 40 30 40 65 1.00 1.00 1.00 10 4 4 60 25 20 30 PI y.i% to Capital St., Yankton. BOOTS AND SHOES. SPRING AND SUMMER A C3 C0! -n •J i8,' Krntnibrr Ibe Plaier! •MMRISOKTS BLOCK. Capital Street, KXCLCSrVK Boot 4 Shoe Store. JN0. A. WEEKS at tie fiei Store.