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^}--A N '•A/Vhsx. -ic A ^4 J, J* Xi" TELEGRAPH. 4 o'olook, F. M. *-?•_ [NO*K.]—Election news is very meagre. We sept to Sioux City for tfie .'morning dig patches ana have word that rr^they are very indefinite and unsatisfac- tory. N ELECTIONS. Both Parties Claim Wis consin. iNotlnng Heard from any .Other Section. tp Colored Wliarf-Master Threat ens a Colored Orator in Ten- nesBee. Prominent Joornaliits Connected With the St. Louii Whisky '-Frauds. I tThe Missouri Pacific It. B. Ac -5 cased of Gross Dishonesty. On WISCOHSI*. MILWAUKEE, NOV. 4.—A peiMpal ^dispatch from Madison states tluithe republicans there concede the election of the democratic state- ticket-1e*C!^t ^Governor, and a democratic: majority in the legislature. Returti»,reorired here, however, indicate the siiooess of the republican state ticket, except "perhaps, Baltz and Graham, and re -publican majority in the legislature. CHICAGO, NOV. 4, Journal, and Post and Miiifroni Mad ison states that the returns received last night and this, morning change materially the~complexion of election =in that state. The democrats now •iclaim they have carried the whole estate ticket, electing Taylor by a small majority, and other candidates by larger majorities. Both parties claim the assembly. The republicans still claim to haw: elected Ludington by 'a- majority^ -i Further returns|are /awaited with anxiety. tj $ a a a it N «w YORK, Nor. 4.—An adjourned meeting of the unsecured creditor! of 'T" the Missouri Pacific railroad was held yesterday. A letter from Gen. Clin ton B. Fisk, treasorer of the A. & Iv R. R. was read in .which he stated it was impossible .for him to be present. F. J. Bowman, attorney of the city and oouotyof Su Louis, stated that at the time the company wgre ad\er tising for the sale of $1,8*4,000 of bonds for 75 cts. on the dollar, they did not have any- bonds in their pos session to dispose of, and the adver tisement was merely a blind to de ceive their creditors. The bankrupt proceedings have terminated by the action of Judge Treat, at St. Louis who appointed receivers. -e v.- .: tv Uwt Deed. _' _• P^tLADKLFHlA, NoV. 4.—About 9 o'clock last nlgbt, Jas Sheney, member-of the fire department was shot dead in froiU of the engine, house by George, Fletcher, «ooluu been discharged from the department, Fletcher was arrested. The Direct Cable All Ugib N*W.. YORK,. November ST. LOPIB^ 4.— The superintendent of the direct U. S. cable aya the cable Was suc^ cessfully repaired this morning that the F^raday^reporta the cable, after ll& iip^^'submers(on, in as perfe oondittoni as when manufactured, The fracture which was found in 70 xi «.l fathoms of'water, was such as would' ,, ., WhiaSfjJrtMiM. MO be caused by etther an anchor or ..... ,.• .. i: about thirty famines left homeless, grapnel. Normber 7 day by the U, S. grand jury aguinsjt prominent citizens for implicutioA in ^whisky frauds, alluded to in these dispatches la?t. iglit, connects with tlieni) ,Wm. Mc-Kee, the-principal pro prietor of that paper, and Constantino Maguire, late U. S. internal, revenue collector 6f this district. The Globe- Democrat says Mr, McKce is Veady for trial and. that tnc public may rely upon his full and complete" vindica tion, when the question of his guilt or innocence is made an issue in the courts. 1 Boated. NEW YORK, Nov. 4.—The follow ing firms were yesterday reported to hare failed or become "embarrassed: Win, I. Opless, dealer in woolens Hathaway & Kerr, trimmings Geo. Bletter, wool and wood fibre combin ed wool c6., and Joseph Herroti, 'fruits. There were severaL^ninor failures also. Personal, 'n'-iv,. NEW YORK, NOV. 4.—Dr. J. A Bryan, of Logansport, Ind., one of the delegation from tlie U. S. medical association to the international medi cal congress in Brussels, hasiirrived from Europer-—- fj|| A Centennial Item PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 4.—A large building will be erected on the cen tennial grounds for the display of goods of shoe manufacturers and tan ners of the'country, -P Foreign. -Jtf- .gj PSKANQ, Nov. 4.—A British resi dent bss been murdered iu^ Mifayan &rritOfJTt end troops have gone to )Diishthemurderers. N CixciKKATi, Nov. 4 —A fire on 3eoond stmt this forenoon destroyed the liqueur store of Dackworth, Spence Co. Ixes $60,000 to 65,000 SOiall insurance. The fire also dam ed Meadfir & Co.'s fujniture ware louse. Ix88 $15,000 uninsured. OENEBAL NEWS. The' G^DIiwenit this mo ning, books have bet found float iii£sin the fouad yefcter- Miasoiiri rivet nsiar Biunswiok/Mo.. re were dozen small failures in Mew^York on Monday. The Massasoit steam ootton mill at E*all River, Massachusetts, was burn ed Monday night. A.terrific gale swept'' over Little Rock, Ark., on Saturday, unroofing the state house and doing consider able daniage to buildings, fences and trees. In Kew York prayer ^neetings they pray for the editor of the Sun. There's just'where the-'people get foolish about religion.. The? expect too much of Jt.—Cincinnati Times. They have found a petrified Mor mop in Utah, and from the number o:' dents in the head, evidently inade witha^poker^ and^ flat iron, it is judged he had at least thirty -three itfves.—Iforristmmlleraltf. The Brainerd Minn., Tribune re oorda it aa a dbgraeefal fact that the Rev. H. J. Christ, the M. E. minister at that place the past year, receive! from all Sources during the yenr -bu •20Q, and with this be fed and ciothec himself and family/ A terrible fire occurred at Sherman Texas, on tlie 1st The poet 'Office and contents and every printing office ,n town were burned. Sixty-five ... ...places of business were.destroyed ajtd vVs^J'5 J, t^iiea^ire estimated at $340,000 insurance email. A valise an3 two lai srsr n. cash OOcMhr OATS—Sti Nov.' ... Colored Troubles. MKMPHIS, TENN., NOV. 4.—Some excitement was'caused Here last night by Ed Shaw, colored wharf ^.master, going to Chnrch's saloon and threftt euing to—cut the throat and. scalp. Mr. Younger, the colored speaker tram St. Louis, for stumping Missis sippi during th* late canvass for, the conservatives Younger: appealed-, to t6e ehicf of, police iter1 protection, ind that officer sent some men to protect him, bat Younger fearing Shaw would incite other, negroes to murder him changed his lodging during the oight. YANKTON, DAKOTA TERftlTORY. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER I, 1875. belonging to mini nutned J. \V. Oldham, Avlio with, his brother, left Sioux City in a skiff' about Oct., 1st, intending fo go to St. Louis. It is feared the dwrier., of the'valise has been drowned. Since the foregoing was written the Oldham, beys /have been heard from add are O. K. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New Vork !»I«ncjr «nd Mtock market. New YOHK, Nov. 4. Money, 4@5 per cent, •jL'T Mr Gold 115 Governihcnta dull and sternly. U. S. 6 per ccnt. bondx of 18S1 122S U. S. 5-atl txiiids of I8M2. Mny ....£114^ U. S. S-20 bonilB of 18tMl May U4ii 0. S.TMO bondt of I8»a. July 116 U.8 5-SO'bond* of 18U", July 119 U. S. S-'-Ubunds, new... U. 8. &.J0 bonds of 18UH. July 121U U. S. 5 SO bond*, new 5'«. 115\ U. S. S per ceuu.i/H1' bondr" 117 U. Srciirreicy G'». .iw.'.'Tr^-rt. i-j? -w. StocEs'nctive and lower. W. U.T.....J^-rrrr76ii!Si. Paul 3U« PaciflsJtatl. 39}4-St. Punl pfd.. tii^ Ccutral .1(4 I Lake Shore. ..-.6 Erie t~H O. A N. W 37V4 Wabaeh. 5 NVW.pW 17'4 Unton Pacific .... •li*' HoclHMititdv -.-riWJtt "Si-Clilcaeo. it CniCAGo, Nov. 4. NiiEAT—Firm and steady $1.07®^@ 1.08 Ib^cash and opiion«. l?i rm A-« /in V» Firm for cash 52?4@53c for Con: November, ly email@example.com for cash or RYE—Lower,\t60@CC^c. BAKLEY—FirinVSi»/^c for November. POKK—Firm and (lull, at #2150. LAKD—Weak and lower, at. $12.60. WiriSKY—f 1.12. New York. N EW YoiufisNov. 4. WNBAT—tin11 and lc lower^.NoKS Chi aigf»: fl.l8@ll5 winter red western^tl.22 @1.34. 'RYE AND BAULKY^—Steady COHN—Steady 8t«(im western mixed, 74@75c sail do, 75@7(»c higli.mixud and yejlow, 7CV^@@77J^c. OATS—Steady mixed western and state. 38@47c. Polik—Firm, at $28 00 ... LAXD—Heavy, at LO.1.^®!3J.^R WHISUY—FL.L" St. L»ul*. 8T. Louis, Nov. 4. WrntAT—Higher No. 8 fi»llK$1.53for $l.08U@l.54 for Nor. No. 0 fall. $1.39 for,es*h. -. Coiai—Firnur 49}^@^0c for cash 142}^ for the year. jw OATS—Firmer 8(Jc for cash. RYE—Better, at 69@70c. HARLBY—Unchanged. WHISKY-^QUiet, at fl .1QU. POKK—Steady, at $22 75. LARD—Steady, -j C-53 t._» ,m nilwaoker, MILWAUKEE, Nov. 4. WNEAIV-Shade higher olosingwlnk |ll.08^ for cash jplL08 lbf Niiv. and Dec \o. 3. U9c. •_ CcR|i—Quiet, at 57c. .• OATS— 3LIFE. IG RYE—Sternly 'No. 1,70c. 3 BARLEY—Steady No. 2, $1.32%, ||llw 8to«k narkcta. CIIIC.\GO^ CHICAGO, Nov. 4. Iloas—Active.and higher sales Estioifc ted receipts, 18,000^ poor lots, $7 J)Q@7.20 com montov«iry_good pack in IT f7.25®7.00 gmxl to choice heavy $firstname.lastname@example.org Ptiil adelphias), $email@example.com common to choice light, $7.2o@7 45. 4 fe*il CATTLB-—Scarce nnd ^rm for good grades, and 'urge, stock of comnlioh market Weak. Receipts,-8,.WO. i\.f nr. Lpqis.-* !,l:i .V«-Jr.:§T.'J^UI8,"N0V. 4. Moos—Unchanged. Receipts, 1,875. D. B. Cootsr. 1 Witumn Pi.4CE 'j -i Established 1806. HdtBN-EfiJS ,y' For Freighters, farmerB And Carriage work. CGOLEY & Mantff»cturer«, Mlucr» SftdtlleB, and a full line of ^»c I Saddles, Collars, Brilles, TliM TheDakota Centra] StageCo. Will reeelpt tar Frelfht to r«t And Intermediate Point*, rrelght delivered at Fort Bnlly in ten daye. lntermedUM ... .. .. I^nW tWf4^l»rtlon»i*-..r..C AJly at ttheo«ee on Walnntatr«el'.-"~»: ri^lm vi.V .' ... o. T. o.AAcmMax*x po. ^-SA£DTA43«£TNHTAFFR£O 6r0tfr4ts, irowislonis, etr. GREGORY BROTHERS ..." 'jj jSTyie "•..J 1 OBOCEBS, BROAOWAr- YANKTON. •W* f- -^'*1 Fluent stock of 1 Suple and Fancy In the went. Pttr« Confectionery lu stock. Favorite Brands of Cigars & Tobacco Ul' .. A specialty BlatUBrtnt ft Wholesale and Retail r,\ a DEALERS IN i. r. STAPLE & t, nk ^1- GROCERIES. KISKMANS* HAVE mm The largCHt slock of JJOOUX in the Territory. DRY GOODS a,ia©,y .T (itooli.miliuai French ind Knsli«a •"trr ThirdStrcet ktou,JD.T *V ^Tb^raPta^ea^TAtfoffl Tr TRANSPORTATION CO. t)UTJB3' 7e i: Clothing. LADIES AND CTONTE JF urmsning Goods. fiats and Caps Trunlts and Valises, ARPI TS, OII. CI.OTIIS AND MATTINGS. vjS -i-.—f ygj MERCHANT $l/f TATLOEIHG of the choicest Htyle AND' ewfi-'u 11 r't yY I last to, 4 BOYS' CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 1- A BpeeUlty. j' »rU & iV i— Srufls aiio Ittcfliciufs. DRUG AND BOOK STORE. •l FANCY 'iMSS miVJDS a PITRBY, THISD SIIIIT, 71HXI0H L»* MWfSi A full line.or i)iiro Vi Vw-i' ji •c i' T""z~i e.1 Li'' f-t rir j4 U..X®1 5531 "i Alt the popular mcdlclnsa 5mio"TTffyr"|rreBcrlp-' :t»ni coiii|ioiinded by vxperteuccit iliarmacu '•fell it I \ti Pf Vi-i Finest nRcorlmiiit uf J- «. kjf O O S And Fftncy Articles in the WCB*. SSS f— ifcsSi Headlight Cil—Ths Bost in Market I I- W S1"v ~*3 ft* hi. 1 Vfii ,t* John Bremner, Wholesale anil Ratal I rt. *i» A-V-iAt And Dealer in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, TV Window GlasR. .. Vsst'trf Wpll Paper, lHV jt "7/ ,t titocttitB nod if Blank Books, 13 School Books, Stationery. tisfactory Prices. Capital Sti mre ij«»a t) itx O. P. HAGE, N W V.L» R+ -F* vMs.1*?*2 vf tri 'fJt. •'DEALER IN r\ i.'..- Staple & Fancy Groceries, "j OBQCKERT ft y-rn rAl I^JOLASSWARE, THIRD STREET, n125tfc VANKTOXi D. i. Uvi 0utt* aud ^mmuttitiou. aEORGE WAGNER RFTORIUKTOR or TBB Yankton Gunsmith Shop, Has received anew and complete ttock of Bui, pm, leTolnn, Bill Bui, And all kind* ot ABtaraniUoa. rMkct asl Taklt Oftuiry, riaklas Taekle, Ac. Aftat fcr the LAFUN RAND POWDER Oo. Btoreand Kepalf Btopok way, BMUr. Tklri .Street, YAXKTeHt P. T. jb 1 W jc No. 166. Uankj. KSTvVKX^THKD X8UU. OF MARK M. PA&KEH, tli* PloBMi Binkw of Dakota Tor'y, Yankton, Dakota. UeposItK received, inhjoct to chock at' tluht. and luterent allowed on depontti left Ibr a apeclfled tlme^.Qold, bllvar ana United State* Secttritiea, bought,»ud aold at currant rate*. Pay aecoanti and Final Statemenla cathed at a reasonable il» count. toratuXicltaiiiiii avhl uu all Uia jirtncl pal clllea of Europe. Agent for.the Inman tine of menmcrn. Collection# made'on all parti of Uakola.' Taxea paid tot non-realdenta. COrricc llouua from a. m. to4 p. m. nt-tt MABK M. PARBtKB. V'C- •'jh^ i-'^rJ •V'lirt f, i. 1! First Mini Bnk 'OP- YANKTON. Financial km\ of the United States, Approved Deposiiarr Tor Disbnrsiie Offlc CUAB. JA9. C. MoVAY, Prij int. B. BANBOKN, Cothitr, m& (STDrafta uoughtaud aold. and promptly remitted for. fllecUoni made 1-U. 1 —TO— FARMEHS LIMITED MEANS WHO WISH TO BUY Wh PARlt-NSAB TAygTON. A FA KM of 100 acren ml leu northwest YMikton,'witli crouk oh tame, mil haa IS acrei Improved, and good hay land, 1'rlce, $K&0 half carili and half on time, at 8 per cent. SIXTY ACHES TIMBER 5 mlleafrom Vanklen. i'rlcu, f'.Hx1 half op lime, at 8 per ccnt. A FARM of 1(0 RcroB'JU mllea north of Yank ton. 1'rlce, tosn half cash and half on time, at per cent, interval. A FARM of 100 acre* near Clay Crock, Willi 1.1 acren liniirored and never faillntc »prlng: plenty •if blue urrtfB. I'rice, f&AO half cash and half on tlnm, st 8 por cent, lutcreat. A STOCK FAItM on Jamca river, near nppt-r bridge,. In Y«nkton coJtilty. l'rlcc, fSSO hall cash «nd half on time at 8 per cent. FARM oniio ACRBSJSACH, In Townahip on, RauKu SO, for Snoo each half cash and half oa time, nt 8 per cont. interest. A DWELLING HOUSE with largo roemv. loll and (rood well, In Ihe city. Price,fll'IK) half cash and half on time, at 8 per ccnt. STORE A LOT on Capital, near Third alrccW Price, loop half on time at 8 per ccnt. S tlx Ttm riU lilt iiTW rnrior. Call on oraddreai A. F. HAYWAHD, Cor. Walnutand 2d 8ts.Yan rt 1 •&-.4 (Elotljina. 'tr H. KATZ, (SuccvHor to U. tCatz & Oo.) jVholesale and Retail Dealer in Beady Mad aeattsParatehlag 1 T&uvkM VALXSES UTS AWcAM, HATS Thirl street, aur"B^eadvay, YANKTON. ^ttorneqs anAHigints. OLIVER SHANNON, Vsi rHU- *.*ACL£ o. v-1':-",,. Notary aMf,^ 8IIAX1VON •*.' MM Mm St VAtitM^ ATTORNEYS AT LAM otrion Cedar Street, between Tltxrd a v. Uf YANKTOX. DAKOTA ABA BABTLETT,' Attorney nt Law, Rooms 6 and 1 Pannlnftfln't jtijodk, nmr YAwrrow. vtxotk. J. B. HABRI*, Attorh«|*«t-Lav» And CfMM TAIikTOK^ DAKOTA, ''v Ba* the' only comyicte Ab«tracta tenOoaaty. ^n«a CornM Third C«iiwU fltwata, 'OppoalU it. -3k Tf Okarin HOtal. »Wf 7K .I j. '..