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The Dij Press and Mutaian. Wednesday EvftftiRg, Atlg, 25, 1875. "Wisconsin anil Illinois were visited by frost on the night of the 21st inst. Di'un •:i!je tn potatoes and 50m is considerable. -There were 430,000 commercial (inns in the United State.s in 1ST0, and (i.VljOOO in 1^-75, an iiiciv.w of lifty-three per rent, in live years, liming the Same time |ier rent., showing that the sjiirit of spec ulation has prevailed to an unhealthy ex tent. bringing in its train financial disas- producer's. Pittsburg, pays jnore taxes in propor tion to its wealth than any city in the I'nited States. The city is run by a ring. Where is Kounta with his only daily pa per published in Allegheny county Is he so occupied uh disclosing corrup tions on the upper Missouri river, 3,000 miles away, that he can't sec the frauds practiced on his neighbors arid townsmen, or. is he one oi the ring? Cos flicting reports continue to come 1 in concerning tli'at negro insurrection in Georgia. "While the New York llerald and Chicago Times pronounce it a negro •"*'scare gotton up for political effect, that no conclusive proof has been produced _to show any intention of a massacre, and in all probability no such intention ever IZZexistiid ,_tkOsso?ia^_]ircss ^ouldjnsist that .wholesale butchery of the whites had been premeditated, and the facts are promised at an early day. A destructive rain" 'Storm and- terrible railroad accident occurred 'at and near Sioux City last night, an account of which will be found in our telegraphic report to-day. The accident to the St. Paul ex press must have occurred at Thompson's creek, a stream that ordinarily is very in significant, but was undoubtedly swollen to'ihi .enormous size by the deluging rain "whiclr iiad~prcvailcd for-txvo or three' hours. SN^ The dispatch also merit tons the pr.oba: ble destruction of crops in that •\Ve are disposed to bclVove that this will be confined to narrow li 111 itsIn this vi cinity there was but a light riiio^ not sufficient to injure anything. The colnmissiou recently created by l.nv nn-is, nf fp inypstigrntiK the grasshopper ravages in that state, is instructed particularly to inquire with reference to the following matters: 1. A history of their incursions into Minnesota at .various times. Their origin. The time of tln-ir arrival mid depart"^ ure. 4. The time when they de e.ggs and time of hatching. "1. Manner of dejjpsit. 0, The character"!!? ure deposited^ 7. The Lost practical destruction. 8. What, if any, grains or vegetables are exempt from their ravages. it. Acreage ravaged !y iliem In^lb'TTi, and money amount of damage done. 10.. To what extent, aud (especially) -where, they have deposited their eggs this year. 11. Such other useful information as •may be brought to your knowledge. means for their We shall watch' with interest for the report ol' the commission, and feel confi dent it will contain suggestions of great value to the farmers of our own territory. A correspondent of the Minneapolis Kveuing Mail, writing from the south, gives the following as im item of his cor respondence: '•At a small station near Cliattauooga, where the_tramjs.tupped.for^oi^iniautes one of the passengers bailed as "Jedge" was called on by a k'uot of idlers on .the platform for a speech. -Here is the speech as nearly as I can remember it: Gentleman, this'is the kind of a plat form I would write. Going .back to the past I would briefly discuss '70, '98, '01, the Lost Cause. Coming to the present I would say, let us of peace have plenty of it,but no Grants: dead loads of money, hard or soft plenty of wheat, corn, bacon, mountain deer plenty of children, espec lally boys. Gentle»i««, I am the happy father of my wife's tenth child, ami it Lipy. I'm auotlier. Two of us. There is'half a century, almost to a day, between our Hges. ,1 reckon it's, on —neeount of that boy. You asked me' for speech. Gentle»ii «s looking at that boy, I ask myself 'where will- he stand half.'a century from now? Will he be sadly contemplating another Lost Cause?-' Here the train move'd on amid ap plause." Tlie AUIinu for August (putt 20 of the' current SERIES, COMVCJS nioru pleasure to it large circle of readers and art-lovers— —w -may-say-tTj—ttrauy-t-housanda of the former, and to the whote array of the latter in America,—than has ever been imparted- by iiiiy previpw~issiie. Not that it excels all former issues (though in that regard it is certainly most perfect and welcome)—but that iu its appear ance, so litUe wliile after the time when it would havfe been in our hands, the late -•-calamity unknowiJ,^ve..bave_the sttQiig:.| ^r9?j[)® est assurance that both the^notto on one side of.thdcover: "Ex fumo, lucisl" ("From smoke, light!"') and the defiant fiame-surrounded figure of the Phenix oa -the other, mean something practical and determined, .and mean that at once. Knowing the necessary delicacy ot mucii !.- ui' the machinery and many of the ar rangements made use of in producing sol pcrfcct "a work of [monthly art as The Al iline, ther? was great reason to fear that if the calamity was not sufficient tp.Jvccak up. the enterprise, we should yet be com pelled 'to endure some months or interval, or the acceptance for atimb of something, very unlike our magnificent art'journal.'. Nothing of the sort, as the appearancc of the Aiiirtift number, onlv ten days behind ',im«VW,'M ,lssuros us- ou'y the population did not increase 'twenty beauty, and to be. no Tiult, eventually ca an 11 ter. The jiroportitin of traders and ileal-1 bi it, iio», en is too,large by half for the number of ho lesire something impossible to to Incltc llic Indiana to Make 11 Raid on' Corlnnc, Utah. Spccinl Correspondence o( the Inter-Ocean. 1- Tl,e be jfiot with publication. SALT LAKE CITV, Aug. 10, 1ST"), Considerable has been said about TliE INDIAN SCARE AT COKINXE. I propose to give your rea'ders a reli- Morrrion press, under the-control of Brigham, have ridiculed the idea^of danger from the start, and apparently /look upon it with great indifference. IIow far they are warranted in treat ing the matter as they have I leave to the intelligent reader to decide. For some weeks past the Indians have-' Deen ttATiii:niN\ their l:md~AvliLrrL' eg.1 S. GOING TO HAVE A UIG FIGIIT, and the squaws were sent away as they said. For some weeks the at tention of Gov. Emery was constantly called to the matter, and so urgent became the demand for troops and protection that a company of the Fourteenth Regiment was ordered at Corinne, and the following day it was deemed advisable to order two more companies, which the Governor ac COnvpatvied "to't hr. seat ofwar.—As soon as it was known, Brigham. has tened by special train to the Northern .Railroad in the vicinity of the Indian camp for what purpose it is not known. The Governor had an interview with two of the principal Indians through an interpreter, when it was discovered that they came there by orders from Brigham, and was prom ised all the land they desired'in the Bear. River Valley, and he would teach them to raise their own wheat, etc. They pretended, in th(Tfirst place, to have lived there for some time, and they did not belong to any reserva tionjbut being cornered by some men coming in who knew them, confessed that they were from Wind River and ForrHiiH reservatioiYs. The Gover nor insisted upon their returning to" their reservations, and the presence of the Soldiers induced them to prom •ise they would go. The next morn ing they broke camp, and WENT1 ooi) KNOWS win:UK. ^Tliey have not been seen at the north, or the south, or the west It seems impossible to move so large a body and not be discovered in some of the settlements, even though they travel by night,' but such is the case. Even yesterday Gov. Emery receiv ed a most supplicating letter, from the mayor of Corinne asking for a iM(^J?1r?' c?[Pn». I JOSStSi Aldlneto I not ',ul- ^ll" vnor tlum the whole bodv of re a ti in an other direction or ALMOST A MASSACRK. Attempt by idoruion Enii««ark'» they wtsre fearful that the daiiger .was not over' even now. That there was serious cause for alarm, no one in the vicini a re at praise is due Governor Emery for his! action in the matter, and tl»e-preven-"p:- o-j-fice: tion of a frightful massacre, if once If there hacl"lieCinro Cau -'f the pnnic-stricken- women and child ren, to say nothing of the men, .1 suf ficient guarantee for the troops being placed there. A MASSACRE WAS LI.TJCNUL£|!, ,.'"/JJ LII the four YOU re that your COITCS pondent hus resided in p'tah, I .have never seen more .than 10U Indians U get her, and any number beyond flint is 11 "most uiiusiuil cirouiiisiuiice. That these Indians should be together in sUUli suqli fl ightful numbers, so long a (lis and fed talice from their nerval inns |,v this man II ill, who is poor, and 1111- 0 11.II the bijghter for .the scorehihg. 'f) ing .Mormon, tiilJen tt giMlior with may it be!—for the art circles of .Wieti- j,tl»e story of the IndfaiiS, has lud'to the the world are only more interested seveies.t ccnsure* among many'(..Jen- great able account of it. 1'or over, a year tliropie liis motives mav "be. past the Mormbti missionaries have been very industrious in converting the Indians to the Mormon faith, and they' have so far succceded that a large number, just how many is not known, have been baptized, and are now wearing the holy endowment xobesjpf that order. During last confercnce Brigham gave a long discourse upon the con version of the Indians, and spoke of it as an especial revelation that they should be gathered into the fold of the Latter-day Saints. seemed a very strange proceeding, and it was diffi cult for the outsider to understand what possible object could be attain ed by such an alliance, arid even now it seems almost impossible to discern any wisdom in the movement. Brig ham Young is a strange man, and iti this movement he has surprised, even "those best acquainted with bim.-The in —ma—ukai 1:1 vi'it VAI.T.KY, until their numbers amounted to about :,000, 1,500 of which \Vere Indian Mormons, having between 2,000 and ,000 ponies, camping at last about seven miles from the city of Corinne. Tiieo rm ons, 7or_v inornraoa med Ilill, evidently having them in charge, and was killing two beeves per day for them and otherwise providing for their wantsi ^Thcy were constalTtlv: in the city, visiting families for the purpose of begging, not to Bay about stealing, until they demanded what ever thdj desired and threatened to Ttiinint-i'l-was-irot-given-tp-thcmr Finally some sfjuaws, wlio had wash ed for some wiiite families, told the ladies where they worked that the squaws had been ordered away, and that they were ^ive ihctil :i" otttt, uild he bc- tiles, and even Mormons. Corinne is the only purely Gentile city in t'ah, and every thing has been done bv the' Mormons to destroy its business and use it. up. Besides,'it has been said that on the Mallalil there is quite body of Mormons who have refused to pay tithing, and have par tially apostatized, and it is these facts that have prejudiced many against any supposition that these. Indians came there for the purpose of farming. To say the least these Indians should be kept upon their reservations and anybody that directly .or.jiulirectly induces an Indian to leave it, does a wroI1g, no mfitter.how pliilan- ©rorcrirs aitb llrouislonjs. if.V "V •.'wi rA rsgSSfiv®ififiSSSt? ^ii *8 BRAMBLE IMIHER. WHOLESALE LSVSE, YANKTON, 7 a5 DAKOTA Auction airti (Comiiusistou. AUOTIO ISTEEJFL COMMISSION MERCHANT,— THIRD STREET YANKTON D. T. i)l)0t0(jr«pl)i). INDIAN VIEWS, Kmbraclnj fourteen bfinds of the Sioux Nation, beeidct* various other tribe?. The tlneM collec tion of Wild Western Views In the world. A W O Equal,to any in the went. S. J. MORItoUY Photographer. Corner 3d Aud Walnut *tfe :t*, Yankton. It Yankton City THIRD STItEKT, near St. Cliarli-s Hotel. Wm. POWERS &> Co., I'rnpi ictoSi. Tills p*l iliH.slimf.nt has been recently refitted and refurnished with fresh horses and New Carriages!! Tiret ohisa 'turnouts^ with or without'dnveis, furnislied on cull at reasonable prices. 95 Wm. M. POWERS & Co. GREGORY BROTHERS, ft T_ BROADWAY YANKTON. Flncet'Btock of —Staple and Fancy Cirdccricft— III the weet. Pure Confectionery,lntslock. F«vorito Brands of Cigars A Tobacco ltf A fjiccUlty. FOR SALE-BiKERV. rpilK Ilakery establishment, and business on X' Itroadway. Established In Wft um) success fully eonduete'd to Itsj|irt-sent prosperous eon dltibu—1 tlcslrg.-t'.'.ehani my business and lliere fonj ni' bakery Is lor sale. ilMlf J|. A. SCIICIlKOCiK. I». K. FAULK, A- it f/ t» ilour and .t'ccil. Incprporalted 'Jan BltAMHLE, Prt l'\ !.. 1 Fire I Xy ft IV 'Cedrir Street, Ixticeen Third ahd Fourth^ AXKTOKTT) AKOTAT-" 1, 1875. Wm ?L O Ivl F5.A.KT Y, I js-'t! 1- ti 8 A 1 ***£""'1* 1 And Dealers 111 all kinds of "Burglar-Proof and VAULT DOORS BANK LOCKS Alwnyp ln|-torl:,. BIGF0RD & PASSM0RE, Agts. 'Minnesota Dakota, and British a_L Mink it. snpl. Excelsior Mill of] V, ~1i V, .\fA N IfKACTlJKKRS'OK -V FLOUR" rt "t Corn Meal, Bran, Shorts, l,eefl CASH lAII FO Meat. Corn. Oats..etc. PLRTIIR'dolivercd iu all parts of the CL13* froe^fnf% charge. Call AND SEC 11*. Our flour FPEAKI* for U-elf. .. ,v '?CAPITAL STREET, YANKTON. DAKOTA. Sitfrs nnfl ^ofhjs. Hall's Standard jBL.WjESrM-, tmfs ~&'£' nol safes Possessions Office & Ware rooms 46 Jackson St.," ST. I'AT Ii, MINN. N A A N O DUFFAOZ'S, 3d Str*«t, A O N 1 tk iii'.mwutmi.hiU'iimmtM 'Sst^Si. J»' «r •, -«w. -r J!W*I fl- 1 DUDLEY & HAWLEY, Sanroafl$.. Siom City & Pacific Eailroal. The Pioneer Route TO Chicago, St. Louis AND ALL Points in the East and South, FOR Comfort and Safety, Leave St. Loala Leave Chicago 8t.Loul« Arrive SlonxCItv Manufacturers and Dealersvinr Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Third Street, oor. Douglas, ,r- », Of Every Decription. IJClllS for tttc MITCHELL WAGON! He Mill A full line of PUMPS in-'Stock j|fj§j| Tinware of Every Description W N!V*s. Manufactured, »nd orders fori^j Ti 1 i-J-toofin**- aiid-Eav^-Troiifjfluiig'. SOLICITED The Mammoth. Hardware S WYNN, BUCKWALTER & Co Dealers in HARDWARE, STOVES^IRON and TINWARE, Sh it}#, 4* Ui 0 Buckcyc floui'r nnrt Reaper, Ihc Swccpntakc Tlire*lier*, dcc. xs- rxsrr.rAirsrittT-r— Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars From Missouri Valley to Chicago, and Council ISIull'e to St. Loui^^ Through Ti,m! TalAe, ineffect May 23, 1875, ClIlOAUO ExriiEss. St. Paul.. Yankton. MlouxCtty T\, -I YANKTON, D.*T. A O A BROADWAY, Yankton, D. T. ST.LOOIB KXPUKSS. I 7:40A.M. 8:00 A M.i Arrive Hcrceant'e flluff... Sal fx Sloan 3:00 P.M.! 4:4.1A.M. 3-.1H S:0li fi:'2U ft:35 8:37 8:B» 4:13 4':30 4:80 -V 5:15 5:38 S:Vi Whiting Onawa Illencoe Kiver Slonr. .. .^ Mondainln Modalc 1 C'lillfornia.Iunclloa Miaiioiiri Valley... chlcaao...: CouncllBluflit I 6:S8 li:18 0:38 7:00 7:10 7:38 7:45 8:00 «:25 4:00 10:20 (i:S5 10:15 A 11:15 A. M. ti:15 P. M. 8100 P.M.itn: 00A.M. 13:00 M. 110:20 P.M. CONNECTIONS.^ 1. At IT. P. Transfer with Union Pacific Rail road for, Omaha. 2. At Council BlnfTs, with Kansas City, St. Joe and Council Bluffs Railroad for St. Louis and all points south. 3. At Missouri Valley with Chicago & North western Railway for Chicago and all points east. 4. At Sioux City with tho Sioux City and St. Paul, Illinois Central and Dakota Southern Rail roads. Steamers for upper Missouri river, during navigation, and with stages for all point's In the Northwest. n. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern It. R., for Omaha arid Southern Nebraska n. At Fremont, Nab., with the Union Pacific 'R. R. for nil points west, and the Pacific coaat. 7. At wlaqer, with stages for Norfolk, and &1 points In Northern Nebraska. laCHe sure your tickets read vla.S.C. Jfc P.R. 7. 0. SOLS, Gen'l Ticket Ag'i, C.3. SffJTOH, Pass. Aet. Sioux City, T». L. inUUTX. Suporlntendt n(. ONK 'Wor S«le.u. HUNDRED ANO SIXTY ACRES OF EX cellent bottom laud situated In the Missouri valley, seven miles from Yankton. Forty acres of land two and a half miles east of Yankton on the Jatncs river bottom. Forlf acres tlirat and a half miles east of Yank on, on the Mlasourl bottom, bordering the rail roan. Will sold cbear for enith: *i'ph--'"-Ifo"""|"'i n«vn|'i'"». Yi S-'l N-W •A A & PASSENGERS FOR I A O Detroit, Toledo,Cleveland,Buffalo, NlacaraFallr, 1'ittnburgh, Cincinnati, Rocliesfer, Albany, To ronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston,New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Wheeling, Colnmbqa, Dayton, Indinnapolliv. Torre ilante, Champaign, 111., Blooiiiinuton, Springfield, Jacksonville, Qulncy, ht. Louis, Cairo, And All Point! SOOTH aad EAST Should Buy their Ticket« via OH I A O- O AND THE '-/s -tZs Cbicap & Northwestern Railway Close Connections made with all Railroads run nlngUast or Sooth from Chicago. This it* the Direct Route For Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, Prairie du Chlen.t' St. Paul, La Crosse, Wlaona, Marquette, Dulntli, Ishpeming, Escauaba, Negaunee, Menasha, She- boygan, Watertown, Madison, Green Hay, Stevena Point. Osbkosh, Foud du Lac, JU(I 1KILWACKEE. These iolnts are all on the line of t* (Jreal Road, of are-reached by this Route with less Changes of Cars than by any other. Among the inducements offered by this Route, are ALL THE MODERN IMPROVEMENTS UOCK and Gravel Ballasted Track Steel Hi.11 Rock and Iron .Bridgea Pullmaa Palatial Csrs and Conches Parlor and Drawing-room Day Coachcs Smoking and Lounging Cars Westiug houte Safety Air tlrak()s Miller's Patent Safety Coupling and Platforms Close Connections at Junction Points Lest Transfers thaa any other Route Union Depots, no Car Ferry Transfers Speed, Safety and Absolute Comfort. From S to lO Fast Express Trains run each way Dally over the various Lines of this road, thus securing to the Traveler selecting this Ronte sure and certain connections in any direction he may'wish to go. X&r See that your tickets RBAD VIA THIS ROUTI, and take none other. MAI7IH BUOaiTT, .. W. H. I TRAINS AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION. Going West Day Express... A #4 I $. &£ ..B ."VAI ti' i- Gen'l SUp't. Gen'l Pass'r Agt. Chicago & Northwestern Railway Arrirt. ni. m. Night Express-. C.&T -S. C.&.P*clfltPaMejtKer..Jj fn -. Passenger in. Express Freight. .'. doing Katt. Artice. Day Express......... ....m. Night Express/T «n. S C. ti Pacific Passenger rn.t Depart. p. in. ^:18 a. m. 11:00a.m. .......m 10:08 a.m. V' Depart. 7:88 a, m. 5:12 p. ni. 8,.S0 p. pt. m. l:05p. m. Passenger m. Express Freight-: .ro. n34 W. H. SB RRIVT, Gentral rauinOerAamt.