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ac ||f iiUi 9ttt$ aai liUriii A PROCLAMATION. By lln a«Tm«r «f MiMt Tarrttorjr, IDriewoffhemany "gifts God has sent us, and,Uie manyJIb He has spared us during the y4ULMw el/bmi, we mayiwell unite lie preoH'MVe* riJlffliHii ar*»wseni behalf by the President of the United States, and In humble obedlenee to Him. wtto haaeald, Tho* tkait tup th* f—t of AsWvrt, th*Jb*t /Hilt of*** M0r» which ttNftal town to tS* JUld ut of ingatktring vkleK »ktn thou tot*i ti&tt* VlfmftUL" -J 7 iro^MNNM i. **•A- How of Dakota. anisr. the Wh Sataat, be observed as a day of Thanks of every ss&3fisura^.ffis prlate to them, offer to Almighty God the! tribute of praise and thanksgiving for all His mercies, and their sincere and devout aupplica tlonsfOra Mtia«aaceof his gfwlous Jgran. While we recognize the rich bounties of rrov: ldenoetons,litusiiot savtothepoor.iMbeye wanned orbeye ctotlied," butlat everyjehureh and every faintly extend needed aid. or at least sympathy, to the suffering. In teatfiwiny wUerMf, I have hereuhW set myhaudaud.caused the Great Seal of the Ter rlterylto be affixed. Bee let aire* the lailla -I Tfae negrr eao^f* from North Carolina "to Indiana has bgnn. Toombs denounces the northern demo cracy aaaoeeki »d cowarde*nd says it ia high Jliielor&e south to or||nise a party own. Til is ateo^Mway a*£* aafbj' narthsrndsmocrata art w|tinnirif*t6 The United Statea treasurer last Saturday tranaferred $10,000,000 in gold to th* affay offioe at New York, to be used in paying for foreign gold deposited for conversion Amsrtcan coin. TMsaakes $$0,000, OWHranafsrr^l^m^e^Sthof August. Judge Moody will postpone the re aentence of Martin L. Conk, the convicted Deadwood murderer, nntil after the trial of Mrs. Boaghton, who ia mixed up in the sane case. Public sentiment in Deadwood decidedly in favor ofmercy towards Couk. The members of the national republican committee say that they have received no 'information from California republicans that they wuh Gorham's place on the com A mittaa from Oallfornia vacant It is said, however, that the California republican ,committee desire Gorham to vacate and make room for a republican. 1 Ths. offieial returns from Sew Ydrk g^ve CornelQt8,l76 mafcrity for goternor^ Iloa kina -l5u^for lieitenant gdvamor JoeSpk B. Cktrt1lMiforiS«a^ryof "«tjite James i. W. Wadaworth 6,619 for comptroller Na than D. Wendell 3^274 for treasurer, and •ag&-~!4ssst~= The secretary of the interior haa inuad the following: The supreme ooort of the United SUM having adjudged the'adrof July 8,1870, regulating, the registration of trade marks to ha uneo(utit«rtionalr- action on pending applicationa will ha suspended uatil fi|^rther inatractions shall be rideived from the applicant*. Trade marka will hereafter bers^SUred on pendinror fature application* only in favor of t£oae persobs irho, wtth fall knowledge of tM detisio*~af the supreme court, shall requsat*sucli reg» tration. Feea heretofore paid in trade asnk cases cannot be refuMded without legislation by CDdgtesai 13A Washington corfsepondknt Chicago Inter-Ocean eays: A prejoet is being matured, which will be brought for ward at the opening of congress, to create the office of captain general of the army, and give it to Grant for life. In the bill at 'drawn, tha tiUe is Uaak,^M^iie Out* "a Cap^n Geaeral." The 4«la^ blank, but will it filled in with ekher $25, 000 or $50,000. The purpose of this bill ia to restore General Grant to the position lie occupied before he became jmugent, and it Meeta whh Isvor nti^Vd&oerata, as it promised to get Grailf out' of tUe way poUtl cally. Maine 4 ta ascrip tion* of Praise and Thanksgiving to Him for His nereies tons asa people, to our Territory our Nation. sz neai to us as individuals and as a people, let the people abstain from all secular pursuit* and ^fromtoeir aew^QtroW^ittat they £y Done at Yankton, Dakota Territory, [ttAlk] "this«leventh day November, A. By tM iB^Sner:^' WM. A. HOWARD. GEO. H. HAWD. Instead of one. to have two. OM the county oommiMSdacrs and mMVir by wdn of the judge of the district. We have Tha&ist aocidenton the MUwaukaa^iad "^^arW |kht Ds^f^d wbe4( )n Bpo^e^soejeouaty, came^'in .therftrs! riae from its ashea improved, strengthened, beautified and with ita intrinsic value large f^ehold the tnAa of our 2 C*4iwod ha| but one court house. After the fire it two. The convenience oft|d|^|g^|l is preoeptiblo. When house cleaning time IftMaoin ttttt the Oth4r building aad'give un diapated pnsssssion to the mop Great is Deadwood in raaouroaa. & uIP*1**' AV daptiion "Modest Pioneer in Tueedayissus, givss the and Dakotaian credit for saying that Dakota asodastlykeeps a back aeat, not having laat winter's Dakota, I alto oniniK M' that body against the passage oi anything looking toward statehood. Thii document was telegraphed to both housea of oongrtas and subsequently sent forward ofi the territory for admiaaioo, the territory, -through it* legislature, made open exhibl tion of it* desire to "take a back seat," through the memorial aforsasld, #fckh wa taemo* Mid tilt I8#S prevails to day. At the time the bill waa introduced then MM the remotest rasibilitiftfi il* be- against the admimion into tha anion of un divided Dakota, and acted accordingly. Mi df the Htittorf, as expressed Injtbamaasoriah wdtbaspceches in tha, legislature upon the subject, favored divi*- SiM-'aai -adiilsUob after wards. SOUTHERN DAKOTA. Vfetnilllon tfeedv a gobd lumber yard. Diptheria ia spreading in Turner county. Ike Elk Point Courier is eight years old." The Vermillion Standard It three years j|F)andreau is biassed with so abundance of water. ,_s SiHm Lakeis having its4ourthouaebuild ing made into a county jail. The hotel at Marlon had a narrow escape from lire one night laat week. •The editor (|llu^RSMion Standard is thnatenea to be a|H for linl. ^|H HHidwWl! Like haa re m6fiiMiih la^ office to Packer. WOR oi the new mBlfa^Sioux Falls I* being rapidly pushed forward. The foundation for the new Pembina de pot at Sioux Falla is about completed. The Pembina road was finished to wilt in Ave miles or Sioux Falls, About six hundred registered letters were handled at the Dell Bapidspoatoffice during the month of October. Five car loada of goods belonging to Bonesteeland Turner, Springfield, are at the Scotland depot awaiting delivery. The dry-goods house of fionesteel A Tur ner at Springfield does an annual business of one hundred and fifty thousand dollara. The Vermillion Standard propoas* to the people of Clay couaty, that tbey organize debating societies in every school house in the county. 1 Nov. 20 b. Swafr-Lake is indeed moving to Parker. A f«v or thdir boainesb men have located atl|ui*.t '•. Two large grey wolves were seen j^st outside the town limits of Sioux Fall* one day last week. The First Preebyterion church of Parker waa organized on Sunday last with a mem bership of nine. faiiner in Moody county threshed tea acres of No^l wheat^that yielded nineteen bosieb tothaacre. D. P. Ward missionary of the American Sunday School Union, has been visiting various towns in southern Dakota in the *e|ool cfie& ,fi# tiMim Wm. A: Timer, of toktaM miMc alOro,'' atrifed In town yesterdays -Mr. Tufner Intend! retnaining a few daya looking up the music interests. The-ISSdel Monthly prints an artitia from Aopfctr of Prof. Charlee H. Goddard }f Swan Lake this, month. The article ia milled: "Pantheirtic Ideas of Deity" and Scholarly In its c6niti'uction. The jail at Elk Point came verv near be IMtjeouuiaed by tiM*la*tTMafaf night It was supposed to have been fired by prisoner, who wu confined there, for the forpoeaotgalning hia liberty. When the Pembina, branch of tha Sioux jglty *$ako^lf#etfllCoi*fctWt68ioux Tall*, \taTns will tie maia ep iHere, leaving lot Sioux .City about 7 o'ldoctit the morn ing jaodretaeniag ia \bmtOetdOQm. A lew nigktaaga -whilea farmer in Moody etulnj^^waaiat.WdKin hia. harn,during the evening by the light of a lantern, it explod :.\u,to- in- The weple-of-Brooklyn and rieasant, in Lincoln county, have organised a tem BVrooa^ockty under the name of "8il' Lake trnrlHlaii Union Temperance jj Boihtowna rally aknoat to wan orof^fiittaimperancecauM. B. F. Crotch of Finlay^Taii his flips btgr from him two wSakS 'ago at illtown,) returned to him last Monday by tbs sheriff of Armstrong county, who corall ea the horses. No questions were aeked sheriff. *'0 P"H': 10 with moat of the convenii Ul *re* of tha whotfouL.. ping work Qn the line.fbf several 'iSsss^Mr- tb* iP®* FallajPantagnttli^ vJameaBarrelle, ITstaUon aiit appifited W thePembina ^ttoux Fali^ will |n«u^moe hia S* December l. He ^ifitoys an excellent Wptt^ ttlJk PoIdt Where he IIM been pKiOirM W«01ab douW .. & escsrtiitte aame ragard here in which he waa held there. «Tsr^asB«fSBa8 parin-the kiuftm «ar atteodli)g the track layers, from the cook etove. The car waa ilunee, dollars In oaab, atolen. The moa^ waa her winter term of echool. She had i-'Hf1 purehaae an'outfit of th tne money ,~and evmy aMal [of ita ioastbe tears woulf^ir Wu a war tint toadied evfen tk^keart- of traveling man who tola the tale. MLMiVJpWUt. AllNUac L—ijJW Ire whbh Terml •ensafs loo. NOT. has lost soce of tbe^WWMdalMliiM ff n|tht !«nt l* una*- ttfbietory «er dele of of ths go' •titutiooal iy mrikMe tgrepre- •eataUvs* from all aections. It met with this general rapport because it wa* deemed ion of Dakota that the expected evictions at Bella with respect to which inflamma tory placard* hid been circulated calling Ott the ptosis of the asaembly to reinstate •aatiaa held ta day at Lean Ireland. The several other promiaeat agitation and drive the people into acta of vibHwce. Also calling upon UM paofOa of JMaod to maintain the atU- of aelfrosntrol wMeh kaohitherto tl» movement,. aad to can from giving tkt^iWMal a^y sxedaa for itaaugprntfaig- a v^oliov ol coercion, which the meetiag foels oeaVinoed they have in contemidatio*. Ihi folly abstain Later advicksTimaix'iBaHv^MUiate ithat «t«K»diiaiypeeerttiassi-hawTh**n taken by the governasSBtl Jiaraffaua liundred policemen wdW: Mhtlwwd *ew«wiplace of meeting andSotMaivtalrr «*N iln the vi cinity aady for.immediate action. Pat n«ll apoke. In-addition loth# molutlon •WJ mentioned, one waa pasaed expreia gfiat (atltCMition that the intended I?itu6ui kfaten and MMMhir urging tha p«6ple to continue the *«itation. cxcltoment prevails in tha Balla district'and in kdjothitig oouatiee. A num ber of enecial corM^ndcota of the London press attendsd the meettng. Eminent counsel have been engaged to defend the Sligo priaoners. It is expected by the nationalists that the evidence of the government short-hand writer on which the whole case will break —Th* LATXR.-depends, meeting at down. Loonamore, near Balla, tertniruted 6 this evening. Hundreds of thoaa in attendance then marched in jtrocpsion to the farm of Dempaey, the" teliant who waa to have ban mrieftdi Maek wttilment was manifested. A detokrastiwlea will beu^doBunday in Doblin cofiMseeaorate the IIancheater execution. •r," NATURE'S UNNATOMItFREAKS (Valley City (Barne»Co,) Times. There area great many things which we ^HWiot nbdentand, butthe lateet phenome non, since the late ahooting atar display ia the singular riae of the streams, lakea andapringa in thia vicinity. About two weeke ago a ravine on the road weet of town which haa been duaty dry all aummer became moist at first and now has quite a ripple of running-water. A well sooth of tbWh'#Uiek at ^early ^)ring-hanl soiile five feif of Wtter, ar the midle of laat October had lam than one foot of water, and now ia nearly brim full the little lakelet just west of our office in which the water* have grad ually receded until a thick alab waa laid up on' the aoft bank to enable one to reach where Clear water could be dipped, now haa risen so aa to nearly float the plank awa r. it being held by the froet and ice to the bot tom. Numerous other instancee of thia kind, are.at hand. The river itself runs very perceptibly more water than it haa for montha and all this withont a rain ahower of any notice during the paat six weeks. Old Settler, is this a.common happenstance? Doe* the cnlpt of froat diminiah the evapor ation to thia extent or are we getting the bulge of an earthquake? SPRINGFIELD READY FOR BUSINESS. Springfield limes. The road being built by the citizens to the depot ehows the kind of atu8 Spring field ia made of. When the jealous croak era from other parts of the territory began their old chetft that Springfield was left, etc., etc., it waa not on account of the dis tance of the depot from the town, as it is equally distant from the landing and the depot, but the approach to the de ttft#as held to be -impiifltlo: But now there ie a force of thirty teama at work on the grade, and this road will be built be tJwfMI geMn, at coat of from $2,000 to »3,000, and will be the fineat road in the territoi within cided where The money waa -raiaed for it or ho6M after it waa do the depot waa to be located. iriSiiimrie r* he time to atrike, as property of every kind ia sure to douMe aaa tfabitin value in the next year, as will alao the business of Springfield. BLANK FORMS HI' FOB Timber CuIture"Kntry, Homestead Kntrya, Homestead Final Proots, Soldier's Discharge.^ Soldiers Power of Aimrneyf: ^otoit^apera, 'WatuMUtzatioATaptn, ^fartW^erttfcstes. (Aeeordlng to Dakota Schdol District Books and Blanks, (Copy right), Eureka School Register, pronounced the most perfect or any'register published, compiled trom the School'taw of l»79. -MftiA Courffil&ksTa j^rnia), tTjMmbOf t|j[^ee fllanha, do forms). Deeds. Mortgages, Quit Claims, Chtttel MMtgages, Binnds for Deed, Mort gage Dtaehacga and Assignment, and ail „kinds.pf conveyancing papers. B^m^ia^Beports and Certificates, a Township Plata and Shipptnc Bills. AU blank«_ BMd by Lawyan, Vjii/ii land Agents, Locators, Clerks of Court, Justices. Sheriffs and Clergymen, kept in stock. Catalogue by mil on application. iaiitoK-'ik Yankton, Dakota Territory. Oor. 4th and Cedar Ste., .YAHKTON, DAKOTA. Thia house is entirely new, finely furnished^ gd located in the business centre of the city. First clam accommodations at reasonable rates. •t^tM henae. QWeftf auendanu JtKBMAN nMDVno, Proprietor IMEV T« MM. WITH J.S. GRABLE. AUCTION AND'OOMMIS. i«6irajR.w THIRD STREET. MARLY OPP.posTorncB. awwiii 'i1?*»» SION OF RED BARREL. YANKTON, D. T. BANKS 1 the first National Bank ofYanktbn Afiat of ths MM SMn Approved Depoaltary for DUburstng Officers. JAMBS C. MoVAY, Preaident W. H. HoVAV. OAaHiKH. Dtatte bought and Mid. Colleetiena made and promptly remitted tor. MEAT MARKET. Family Market Broadway, Yankton, D. T. PATRICK BRENNAN WILL SUPPLY Fresh Keats, Salt Keats, fish and Game TO oum. A Full Une of Vegetables In Saason Always of hand. GROCERIES. O. P. HAGE DIAUB STAPLE AND FANCY GBOCERIES, Crockery and Glassware THIRD STREET. YANKTON. DAKOTA SYLVESTER &BARBER Fuel Dealera, C*nm SflhM and Molbarrjr Streeta LOWEB YANKTON. Orders placed on our slate ia the Auction store of J.S. Grable will receive prompt attention WOOD, OOAL, OOKE -ICS OR SAWDUST Delivered Wherever required In town. WINES AND LIQUOR8. THE OLDEST LIQUOR HOUSE XY THM NORTHWEST! Adler & Ohlman WHOLESALE Dealers, YANKTON, DAKOTA. KMD constantly on bind tho following br&ndf of uqaora McBrayer's, Taylor's, Shswhan, Andereon County, Monock and Caatle Rock Kentucky Whiskies! —Also. Oar Vavorito— MHiiiBB, OOXID sFBura. BITTS OBABB, BOTD, *o., *0. Which we are sefflnc at very low prices. Also a full stock ot Imported Wines and Liquors. The largest stock ot I A 8 Ever brought to the Territory. Seidenberg*! Key Weet a specialty. Bole agents tor Schlitz's Milwaukee Beer •y UM |t§ sal CM*. In tact everything uaually kept In a first clasa uouof store. we are prepared to III orden (or any qamntl •t Wtoea, Kaon, Ogars and Tobaeeoa, aad •rantMiaatlalaetloa,and at prleeelowerthaa ADLER A OHLMAN Sewing Machines oi all hinds promptly Kr- KKPA1RI5I». NMdiH, Pure OU, AHarhmtnts. Ac.. at tho SNRAER OFFICE, S YANKTON, DAKOTA t. HAMMOND, Manacer. THE BRADLY, Livery and Sale --8TABLE— PETES 8TEFFEN, Prop'r. WALNUT STRER. bat. 34 «th STREET Taakton, Dakota. GROCERIES. Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail OIAUM IN 8TAPLE AND FANCY O E I E S BROADWAY, YANKTON. DAKOTA BANKS A N O N A N EDMUNDS & WYNN. Bankers. Tankton, .... Dakota DO A OKKKHAL Banking, Collection & Loan Business The same as National Banks. Bny and sell exchange on the principal citim of the United States and Kurope. Special alten tlon paid to collections and remitted for Invariably on Day of Payment. Will loan money, pay taxes and sell real estate [or non-residents, on favorable terms. Agents [or reliable Insurance Companies, and Insure property on terms favorable. CAPITAL HARDWARE STORE. J. C. Mormann Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, Sheet Irtm ami Oopperware, Carpenters' Tools, Farm Tools and everything usually kept in a FIRST CLASS HARDWARE STORE, We are agentslor the celebrated Argand Base Burner, the most complete coal stove in the market Also the Alfeaay Heating and Cooking Stoves A full line of PUMPS and Fixtures always on hand. Capital St between 2d and 3d Sta-, YANKTON, .... DAKOTA BLANK BOOKS! Hade to order and kept In stock. LED6ERS, JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS OOUIVTT BBOORDS, Or any style of Blank Record Book made to order at the PRE88 & DAKOTAIAN OFFICE DRY aOODR &C. L. COKGLETON, DOT CONS DEALKB III Ladies' Furnishing Goods DBWITT'8 BLOCK. GERMANIA HOUSE Douglas Ave., near Third St., TAMETOM, A O A WALLBAUN A BECKER, Props, ,or l- "'•V —1 «1ja -r l. Van Cott, Clark A Co. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, YANKTON, DAKOTA, James Clark DEALER IN^ 8TAPLE and FANCY OR0CEBIES, FRUITS ft CONFECTIONERY TOBACCO, CIOARd, PIPE8, &C. Third St., Powers & Dewey's Block FLOUR AND FEED. Incorporated Jan'y I, 1875. D. T. SHAMBLE, Pres't. WM. MINKK, H„i. K. L. VAN TAbSKI,, Sec'y. Excelsior Mill Co NANUFACTUKBR FLOUR, CORN HEAL, BRAN, SHORTS And Dealers In all kinds of Feed. Cash paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, &c. Flour delivered in all parts of the city free i.f charge. Call and see us. Our flour speaks (or tself. CAPITAL STREET, Yankton Dakota HIDES' .^URS &C Peir & Lu ebke DBALBBS in HIDES, FURS. LEATHER A N IN IN S THIRD STREET, Tatakton, .... Dakota 3. N. FOLYER, —DEALER IN— WOOD and COAL HARD AND SOFT WOOD. Also Sawed A Unsawed Wood Pennsylvania, Illinois and Iowa Coal always on hand. Orders promptly filled. OBM FirstDsw West sf Poatofllc*. FURNITURE. J.R.SANBORN Wholesale andlBetail Dealer In? FURNITURE, MATTRESSES HIRR0R8 Upholstered Goods UNDERTAKER'S GOODS, Union Blook, Thlrd-St TAirKTOH DAKOTA.