The Ohio Election Progressing
Large V«te Being Ptlled, with
Icfwrts tf Republic*!) Galas.
The Southern Utes Manifest a Friendly
'i! THE ELECTION
A Full Vote btlii( Polled In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, 14.—The weather is clear and
pleasant and undoubtedly a large vote will
be polled. Up to noon about the average
number had voted. Geo. W. Williams, col
ored republican, for representative, is being
erased from the ticket by many republicans.
Lewis G. Bernard, democratic candidate for
clerk of the common plearf court, is being
served-in-tht same manner by many dem
ocrats. Little attention is paid to the con
stitutional amendments. In Avondale it is
stated that 40 democrats voted the straight
republican ticket. In the second ward, al
so, several' hard money democrats have
From republican sources it is claimed
that there have been republican eaini in
the 1st, 14th, 15,16th, 17th,
18th, 19th, 20th,
2lat, 22nd and 23d wards.
Several arrests were made by the police
of ticket holders bat they were all released
Cincinnati, Oct, 14. -J. H. Foxier, who
cliiraed to be froui Chicago, attempted to
votii tn the 20th ward, and was arrested.
If ive colored men are in the 8d street station
bouse, and 8tyi.-riil other arrests were made
alleged attempts at illegal voting.
The voting is generally proceeding qui
etly with the exception ol' a flght among
some ticket holders in the 10th ward, but
this was fsp.'vdity supixeased by the Police
Clevnland, Ocl. 14 —Throughout north
The weather i- all tbut could be de
sired. A very large vote is tieirg polled.
Both putties an ou in fall foice. and are
Two .New Case* anl Trn Dcatha at Mem
iMcinphm, Got. 14—10 a m.—No new ca
ses. lVn deutbs since !mt night: Del lie
.l.icnhs, 4 relumed ret'u^eu .le.iry Kortinhl,
N It. Bo yniuo, Liy/.'e Mnlorey, J»s. Mc
liridu, W.' H. Smito, T. Hnle, Kuugend
12isliufjer, Miles Tibhs and El Moon, the
two 'tsi colored.
Tfle wekiber is cleur iiud ple.ismit.
John It. CiltnmtiiKS, president of the
board of keaitb of /oresl City, Ark., thirty
miles nest «.r Little Kock. has telegraphed
the Howards for four uuises.
Memphis, Oct. 14.—noon.—Two uew
cases reported -this forenoon: John Luts
and Gus Lageria. One more death, K. 15.
Hutchinson, an employe of the internal re
Forert City, Ark., Oct. 14.—The board
of health reports six esses of yellow fever
here, four of which died within the past
six days. The names are as follows M.
Keathiy and child, Mrs. J. B. Brown, Mrs.
Wood. Mrs. Mark Isard is dying. Robert
Ijoiighbridje was taken sick last night, but
it is not known whether his illness is yel
low fever. The origin of the fever is not
known. Business isentirely suspended and
the town almost depopulated.
rlendljr Utes Who Desire tkeOreat Fath
er to be Infoimed that Their Hearts are
Washington, Oct. 14.—Comr. Hayt, of
Indian bureau, to day received a lttter
from Agent Page, written at' the southern
Ute agency, Oct. 0th, in which he says: I
hive bad a council with Ignacio, Red Jack
et. and Maniquiniup, chiefs of the renegade
c«, and sixty other southern Ute Indians.
Ticv desire th it the Rreat father be inform
ed th'-y promise they will take no part
with, nor redner any aid to Wbjte rlver.and
Ginltab Utes. Ttiat they are con ten fan ind
usaire to remain at oeace. I to-day refused
ta issue them their annuity foods until this
dsy two weeks. To this1 refusal tbey con
esbleil, saying it was all right. The south
era Utes request that when you reply to this
robort of their-'action it should be commun
icated fo them, which I have promised to
do. ..- I
St* Louis, Oct. 14.—The stockholders of
the Kansaa City and Northern railroad
votoi unanimously to dsy to consolidate
with the Wabash railroad.
A BRIDE IN LUCK.
Pjrt Jsrves, N Y., Oct. 14—Henry H.
Ftrnitn, president of the national bank of
vis. died this morning, sged 71.
He VM married six days aso and leaves to
his widow one million dollars.
Chic^o, Oct. 14.—H. B. Waterman for
eighteen months confidential clerk of the
board oftrads firm of Henry Memory A
Co., abscinded Saturday night with $20,000
and perlapa more, belonging to his
plover. Ue had been thoroughly trusted
and ad\ doctored the books for some
month* back. It is supposed he victimised
other peo|le and that tne anair was a deli
Boston, Oct. 14.—An inventor of esplo
•Ives and an assistant, named Edward
Whsleo, qare blown to pieces while expe
rimenting (own tbe harbor.
Kennebor, Me Oct. 14.—Capt Joba FV
Mason, a Wall known ablp master, de
ranged, mbbad his wife's sister, Mtf.
Mood|, and then killed himself.
Another Walking Milch In Progress In
New York, Oct. 14.—Twenty-five men
•re walking io the 84 hour match. Wood
being ahead with 89% miles. Harriman
considers the match a walk over for him
•elf. Blower Brown failed to appear.
THE FLOW OF GOLD FROM EUROPE.
London, Oct 14—The Daily News says:'
If gold continues to leave England and
France as it has of late it will soon become
necessary to consider the possibility of a
measure to stop the outflow. It will be time
for England to consider what action to Uke
when the French authorities make a move
by directly or indirectly raising the pre
mium on gold to such a point that the
incidence of the United States demand is
thrown on this country. I I
AT OA BUI..
Allahabad, Oct. 14.—8ir Frederick Rob
erts and staff visited the late residency at
Cabul, portions of which are burned, but
the greater part is still standing, though
completely looted. The bodice of Mai.
Cavagnrari and Dr. Kelly were found bur
ied beneath a pile of debrin and charred
logs at the northern end of the court yard.
London, Oct. 14.—Edward Levy Lawson
of the Daily Telegraph, has brought an ac
tion against Labouchere for statements in
the tatter's paper, Truth, gowing out of the
recent street affray between those journal
CARVING THE POPE.
Rotce, Oct. 14.—The pope on Friday un
derwent a slight surgical operation, but is
not confined to bed.
Constantinople, Oct. 14.—There are
grave apprehensions of serious disturbances
the coming winter. The prevalence of
robbery and murder at present is consider
ed promonitory symptoms.
DECISION OF IRISH LAND TENANTS.
Dublin, Oct. 14.—Five hundred tenants
of the Marqui's of Sligiandean, of Lucan,
met near Westport, county Mayo, and sol
emnly pledged themselves to pay no rent
till reductions he granted proportionate to
the itreat fall of prices of all kinds of agri
cultural produce. Notice was posted at
Warren Point, coun'y Down, that any man
coming into the county to pay more than a
poin nn acre for land may bring his cof
fin with hitn.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 14- A committee ol
the volunteer tl-iet his ordered fifty cruisers
constructed, at a cost of 100,000 pounds.
LATEST BY MAIL
Boston, Oct. 11,—The grand jury has
indicted Charles Demand for the embezzling
of $229,000 of the pioperty of the atta
home missionary society.
Cinc'ntiai, O., Oct. 11.—The Cincinnati
marine railway and docka, three miles
above this city, burned to-night. The new
uteamer Boston, on the stocks, also burned.
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 11.—The Free Precs'
Ludington special reports the burning of
YVai)brze»k & Farrel's planing and sash,
tor and b'.ind factory and all the contents
is afternoon. Loss, $16,000. Insurance,
Washington, Oct. 11.—The secretary of
the navy and First Assistant Postmaster
General Tyner, returned to Washington to
night. A large number of Ohio clerks in
the departmeuts left, this evening to vote
Des Moines, Oct. 11.—Letters have been
received in Des Moines by Judge Cole from
Gen. Grant, in which he says he shall visit
day or two in this city on his way home
to Galena. He will be the guest of Judge
Cole while here.
Portland, Oregon, Oct. 11—The commit
tee of arrangements left to-day for Astoria
to meet the steamer conveying Gen. Grant
hither. It Is expected he will rescb Van
couver Sunday evening and Portland Mon
day afternoon. Arrangements are very
complete for the reception, with aitillery,
processions, decorations, etc.
Milwaukee. Oct. 11—Judge Henry Elsy
den of the Wood county court, a politician
well known throughout the state, and can
didate for attorney-general on tbe greenback
ticket two years ago, was shot and killed
at Centralis, Wis., last Tbarsdsy by W. H.
Cochran, cashier of the First National bank.
The trouble grew out of alleged intimacy
on tbe psrt of Hayden with Cochran's wife,
the ,tcandal: being one of long standing.
Gslvestbn, Oct, 11—A News special from
Dallas ssys tbe cabin of
Allen, 452: Brady, 475 Curran. 450 Fa
ber, 488 MuKee, 362 Mabony, 467 Mur
phy, 505 Pierce, 303 Russell, 452: Walker,
460 Howard, 600.
Howard ran all hU 600th mile.
FOREST FIRES IN TME.HILLS.
Dcathvood News, 7tli.
What is the use of gumming it when Dr.
Diz, at his office in Sawyer's block is in
serting the BEST QUALITY of artificial teeth
at fifteen dollars per set, reports to the contra
When you want
oysters go to
named Esther, on Aldridge's plantation,
early this morning was visited by a band of
forty disgoissd men, who
demanded her son
Charley. Upon refussl, the door wss fired
into and a girl wounded. Tbe freedman
inside fired on the attacking parly wound
ing one. Tbe door was then forced open
snd Either and family with a negro from
neighboring csbin were carried away. Sev
eral negroes escaped. Esther and her sop
were shot dead. 8everal arrests have been
MURPHY WINS THE OXEJUtY BELT.
New York, Oct. 11.—At the close of the
match for the O'Leary belt the greatest
enthusiasm was caused about 8:30, when
O'Leary strode beside little Brsdy, and
great laughter and clapping of hands suc
ceeded as Dan was obliged to ran to keep
np with the lilliput. Murphy went to h's
room at 8:37 p. m. having 505 miles and
one lap to his credit. At 8:45 tie reappear
ed, wearing the O'Leary belt and rolling be
fore him his haverstraw wheelbarrow, well
filled with bricks. The shont that went up
was unpsralled, even in that peculiar gar
den. Mahoney, a nig, solid man, walked
behind the boy and his barrow, bearing the
American flag. In this way two laps were
made, the band playing, the men cheering
•ml woman tossing flowers on the barrow
and waving their handkerchiefs to the boy,
Murphy then retired, and a little before 9
o'clock was taken quietlv from the building
to a hotel, where he hail a b»th and receiv
ed the crowd* that poured in upon him.
The official score i« aa follow*:
Jc better, [email protected]
©41Jc. White 39i©43c.}.
LAKI—Quiet, $6 30
WIIEAT—Strong, generally higher clo
nes eacy. No. 2 red $1.20 cash $1.24
December. Spring S1.13J cash $1.14}
WHEAT—}@lc higher. Hard $1.17}.
No. 1, $115} No. 2, $1.14 cash $1:15*
November $1,173 December. No. 3, $1.07}
No. 4, 99c.
Yankton Opera House
DAVID CAMPBELL, Proprietor.
MONDAY BTININO, SBPT.
And During the Week.
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YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1879.
It is almost impossible to estimate
damage done by the fire now raging, both
in the bills and valieja. The Redfvator is
aiire ID all directions, .and UDKXS a rain
oomes soon False bottom and Spearfish
will also he burning up. The loss In hay,
fences and personal property is great, but
an yet no houses from the valley have been
reported.^ In the hills a number of little
towns, miaers' cabins, etc., as well as cattle
have been burned. In Forest City and
around Bear, gulch district, people
have had to flee" for their lives. In Gria
zly gulch the other night a number of
miners could barely escape this scourge,
which bids fair to overwhelm us. The
damaga to our timber is(itumenae. Compe
tent authority sets the figures of Black Hills
timber at seventy-five million feet of mer
chantable lumber. Of this amount at least
thirty-live million feet has been sawed and
used in the la«t two years. The fire is now
all around ue, and many thousands
of cord wood have been de
stroyed. To Deadwood there necessarily
need be no danger, provided our men by
concerted action avail themselves of buck
ete and station themselves along Boulder
ditch. We also advise all to have a tub or
barrel handy, so that in case any sparks
should be blown to the wind to our houses,
they can quickly be extinguished..
a choice can ot fresh
WALTER H. CARR'S
Milwaukee Isger beer and lunch at Frank
MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH.
New York, O-
New York, October 14.
WHEAT—Feverish, [email protected] better. No. 2
spring Sl.3o(ajl 35J November.
Btrong. Mixed western SSJ.c
Chicago, October 14.
higher, 39Jc bid cash 39Jc
November 46c Mav.
HOUSES CROWDED to the PORTALS.
FIRST APPEARANCE OF
MISS DELLA "GRAY
Also, first appearance of
Trudell and Bowers
The greatest acrobatic song and dance artists in
Miss Emma Bell
The favorite song and dance artist.
Soubrette and Vocalist
The King Laugh-Maker,
SIILL on hand.
Third week and tremendous bit of the
Great success ot
In Male Character Impersonations.
First time of the new laughable afterniece.
COAL HEAVER'S REVENGE.
The Dutch Mendrls and Jerry Cavana
as the tiewlldered Dutchmen.
DRY COODS! 0R* GOODS *fj
Comprising every grade and kind from 15
cents to $2.25 per yard, just received from
New York and for sale corner Third and
28]c cash 29Jc Novem
S10 [email protected] cash,
SS.75 November, $9 27£ bid January.
higher, $5.85, cash $3.57J
November, $5 57J bid Januarv.
Milwaukee, October 14.
L. D. PARMER.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS 1 BHAWLB1
Over 200 all wool, single and double, of
every kind and quality from 30 cents to
$15 each, just received from New York, and
or sale bv L. D. PARMER.
GLOVES! GLOVES! GLOVES!—
100 dozen of ladies', children's and gent's
gloves just leceived from New York and for
L. D. PARMER'S,
HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY
500 dozen gents', ladies' and children's
hose of every style and quality, from 10 cts
to $1.50 per pair, just received from New
York and for sale by
L. D. PARMER.
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
200 pieces Prints.
200 pieces Brown Muslin.
100 pieces Bleached Muslins.
100 pieces' Cotton Flannels.
20 pieces Bed Tickings.
20 pieces Chevoit Shirting).
,40 pieces of Ginghams.
Just received from New York, and for
Corner 3rd St. and Broadway.
BOTTLED LAGER BEER
A N O N
1 Dos. Quart Bottles, Wrapped and L.v
1 Dom. Pint Bottles, Wrapped and La.
1 Dos. Quart Settles, Plain, 91.S0.
I Doc. Pint Battles, Plain, Sl.OO.
Cases and Bottles to be Returned.
Leave orders at the Brewery Saloon.
ALSO, COMPLETE LINES OF EVERY
A Week ia vour own town, and co
capital risked You can give tbe
business a trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever offered
for those willitig to work Vou
should try nothing else, until yon
see tor yourself wnat youcan do at
the business We offer. Wo room to
explain here. You can devote all your time or
only your spare time to the business, and make
great pay for every hour that you' work. Wo
men make as much as men. Send for special
private terms and particulars, which we mall
free. $5 Outfit Iree. Don't complain of hart
times while you have such a chance. Address
H. HA1.LET & CO., Portland, Maine.
\ITANTED —MAN—A competent man from SB
toil years of age to manage the sale of
l)r. Naphey's family medical work must under
stand canvassing and. handling of men great
worker and willing to go into the field and stow
agents how to make sates we will gnrantee a
man who suits us, after a short trial, from (ijioo
to $3,003. If we do not Ond a man of experience
to suit, we will engage a flrst class business man
willing to learn the liusiness
perlence send this.
ve age and ex
LLAND & CO.,
Friday 8ept.20th,on mv premises one half
mile south of Utlca post omce,one Itav hoi^e
pony with star on the forehead and hind lees
whlre half way to the second johit. Owner will
please prove bropcrty.pay charges and take the
same away. E. H. Coris.
L. D. PARMER,
NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS,
SHIPPED TO YANKTON AT ALL TIMES BY EXPRESS.
LARGE, FAT, WHITE AND DELICIOUS FLAVOR.
Wholesale and Retail, by the CAN or CASE, Cheap as the Cheap
est. All orders from North, South, East or West will be
Promptly Attended to, SECURELY PACKED IN
ICE AND GUARANTEED FRESH.
SOLE AGENCY FOR SOUTHERN DAKOTA.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY.
M. H. JENKINSON, Yankton, Dakota.
P08T0FFICE BOX 218.
NEW AND ELEGANT LINES OF DRESS GOODS
Momie Cloths, Brocaded Casbnsre, Plain Cashmere,
FANCY SUITINGS I SATEENS IN ALL STYLISH SHADES.
Brocaded Silks and Silk Velvets in all shades to
Match Dress Goods.
3- K' ^.
WILL A. TURNER,
Nekt door to Kee's Auction rooms,
YANKTOH, DAKOTA. 1"
Pianos & Organs
For sale on easy payments.
Violin, Banjo and Guitar Strings
Best in the market always on hand.
Sheet Musio of the Latest
We also take second-hand Instruments. Re
pair, Tune and Move Instruments.
Are rece'tv t'leir Fall Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
Which they are Selling at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Call and Examine their Stock and Prices Before
Purchasing, It will Pay you.
O.ders from Up-Country wiM rtc».iv rorr.pt attention. Sign of the Buffalo Head.
Sole agent for Decker Rros., and A. Brymer'
ft Co'sPianos. of New York also Lyon A Healy's
Upright and Square, of Chicago.
Also thecelebrated Esty ann Burdett organ.
.. .1 :i. it WJ r:
OF DRY GOODS]
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