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Drifting Goose Is Ordered to Leave His Jim River Claim. The IKdmclly-Kiiilcy Investigation HUH I'rwliiral Ih-nmnil for lluml writiu^ Uxim'IIH. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington, May 8.—Mr. Cameron's motion to take up tlio bill for the relief of Ben Halliday, appropriating $52,700 to pay the claim of Halliday for spolia tions of lioRtile Indiana while carrying mails, for property taken by Unitod States troops and other losses to the United States was taken up, twenty-six to twenty-five. Pending discussion, a joint resolution was adopted for aid of the Macon, Mo., sufferers, and a conference appointed on diplomatic bills. Cameron's bill went over after tlio morning hour, and Mr. Vance resumed in support of Spofford against Kellogg. HOOSE. Washington, Moy 3.—Mr. Ortli was given leave to explain to-morrow his con nection with Venocular olaims. He hoped Springer would be present as he might say something to interest him. By Mr. Ellis, for telegraph service be tween Boston and Washington, and in termediate postotBoes for the purpose of testing the practicability of a general system of a government telegraph line to cheapen service, etc. Tlio extension of lines to St. Louis, Chicago, New Or leans and other cities nre to come into the plan if congress so provides. Refer red to the postal committee. By Mr.'Beck, a resolution asking infor mation respecting the expulsion of Jews, who were United States citizens, from St. Petersburg. By Mr. Manning, a resolution declar ing that the secretary of the interior has not transmitted certain information call ed for by the house relative to certain Indian tribes, and directing liim to do so or state why he canuot. The republicans called for the reading of all bills for the purpose of preventing the introduction of an anti-third term resolution. After a call of states, the house adjourn ed. WASHINGTON. drifting Goose Kent Hume. Special Telegram. Washington, May 3.—Drifting Goose goes to Crow Creek agency. R«Nlgiied, Washington, May 3.—W. H. Doolittle, assistant commissioner of patents,has re signed. Immediate Deficiency 1II1I. Washington, May 3.—The vice-presi dent has signed the immediate deficiency bill, which now goes to the president. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. In IKetmlf of the liiHnite. Columbus, Ohio, May 3.—Gov. Foster has directed inquiry into charges of cruelty, mismanagement, etc., in the Central lunatic asylum. Shooting in New Jersey. Patterson, May 3.—The excitement over the shooting of Jas. Van Houterby Wm. Dalzel has subsided. The father and son are in jail, bail being refused. FOREIGN. Opening: fur American Hog*. Montreal, May 3.—American hogs may now be entered in Canada if slaughtered upon arrival. Irish 1'olltlcii. London, May 3.—Parnell having been elected to set for Coik, A.M. Sullivan lias consented to stand for Meath county. The Italian MinlHtry. Bome, May 3.—The king declines to accept the resignation of the ministry, but has accepted their proposition to dis solve the chamber of deputies. Kngllnh Officem In Turkey. Constantinople, May 3.—English offi cem of the Turkish genderamine have been formed. Their contracts will be renewed if they will consent to forty-five per cent reduction of salaries. Items About India. Calcutta, May 3.—The meliarjali of Al war has written the government offering to bear the entire cost of maintaining a native regiment of Afghanistan volun teers and liis own personal services. The appointment of Marquis of Ripon to be viceroy of India is, on the whole, re ceived favorably. Much disappointment is expressed that Lord Duffenn's health prevented his appointment. Allklnt at Cuhtil. Cnbul, May 8.—The military force now IH again as Htroug and army operations can be undertaken. The country lins been without a not tied government for eighteen months and the rural popula tion IH in a very disorderly Htat«. The population of Oabul, comprising parti sans of different sirdars, is always ready for nxoitement. The rebellion is now practically ended. A very few rebels remain and the army and villagers are helping to put them out. L-. M. K» Conform**. Cincinnati, Mar 3.—The M. E. Confer ence appointed standing committor* by call of oonforeuoe*. Obituary. St. Louis, May 3.—Elerharilt Anhcu ser, president Anhnuser-Biirch Brewing company, and one of the oldest and wealthiest brewers in the city, dieel last night, uged 75. Boston, May 3.—William Wirt Warren, aged 47, ex-member of congress, died in Brightou last evening after a short ill ness. The Weather. May 3.—The Washington, the upper J\lississip^ Missouri valleys are: Warmer south ... ... indicn upper Mississippi and lower tions fort winds, fulling burometer and clear or partly cloudy weather. Murine NHH'H, New York, May 3.—Arrived: Steamer Spain, frpiu Liverpool. NEW YORK POLITICS. The Situation MH Viewed lY a (ioritmii Dem ocrat. St. Paul Dispatch. The chief point of interest in the com ing presidential contest is the empire state. This is the principal battle-field. Yesterday, during an interview with a prominent German democrat, a resident of New York city, the following informa tion of the political situation of New York was elicited. In answer to a question concerning Tilden he said: "Tildeu's conduct in the democratic convention at Syracuse is very much condemned. He was afraid if the Tam many delegation was present he would lose the New York vote, and consequent ly the nomination so he secured an ad journment of the convention until the day of the election of the officers of Tammany Lodge, so they had no repre sentation.. Now Kelly's plan is to send their delegates to Cincinnati and, if they are not admitted to the convention, to make a nomination of their own. In the event of Tilden's nomination t'.iey will bolt any way. Tilden is not popu lar in New York." "Who seemB to be the favorite candi date?" "Well, I can't say. Bayard of Dela ware has considerable strength. Thur man iH not very popular. He would re ceive less votes than any other man the democrat# can nume. .Seymour, if lie would accept, would sweep everything before him. Voorhees, Hancock, and in deed all the prominent democrats have their admirers. But if Tildeu is nomi nated there will be a split and the demo- crats may as well give up at once." "Is the republican party united I there will be many scratchers if Grant is nominated." "That is all talk. Grant has enomies, but he is as popular and more so, than any other republican. Of course there are many working against him, but there is no split in the party. The delegates will probably vote by their instructions, and if Grant is nominated, the republi cans will vote for him. The Conkling Eard Tile Donnelly InveNtigntioii. Washington, May 3.—The Donnelly Finly committee lias concluded to call an expert as to the handwriting. Don nelly and Finly submitted a list of wit nesses, including Wm. H. King, of Min sota. Funeral of General Helntselman. Washington, May 3.—The funeral of Qen. Samuel P. Heintzelman took place at 9 o'clock this morning. The remains were escorted to the Baltimore and Po tomac railroad depot by a batallion of the Second artillery. The officers, non commissioned officers and three privates of the Second artillery accompany the body to Buffalo, where interment takes place. arty predominates and it is working for the 'hero of the civil war.' Who ever is the choice of the convention will receive the solid vote of the republi cans." "I understand the German republicans will bolt Grant." "They won't. The republican party, as I .said, is united and entirely harmoni ous at present, and everything indicates a continuance of their "peace policy." We present the above as tlie views of an intelligent and observant gentle man, and will not add to or detract from their value by any comments of our own. Thrt Voltaic Hrlt Co., JfarHltnll, Mtrh. Will send their celebrated Electro Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days' trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Write to them without delay. Persons whose business requires inter nal revenue special tax stamps, should remember that there are but two more days in which to procure them. The law requires the stamps shall be display ed in the place of business by the first day of May. Go to H. B. Smith's Parlor Barber Shop on Capital street to get a good shave. Haircut and shave, 25 cents sin gle hair cut, 20 cents shampooning, 15 cents. Clipping hair a specialty. Come one, come all. Shop hours from 6 a. m. until 10 p.m., and workmen always on hand. fruit tititl Ornamental Treen. T. Y. Doud received last night from the Minneapolis nursery a large quantity which are ready for delivery to his cus tomers and others wishing to obtain them. ICKCREAM M. H. JENKINSON. Manufacturer of the Celebrated Crystal ICE CREAM CONFECTIONER Bread and Fancy Cake BAKElt. —Weddings and Parties— Supplied on Short Notice The Reputation of the Crystal lee ('ream Achieved Last season will Ite Kullq Sustained tile Coming Summer. M. H. JENKINSON Tlitr«l Street. Yankton. LATEST BY MAIL. Ht. Louis, April 30.—The Vulcan steel or in re at on at the company's prices. Yoniigstown.O., April HO—Two boilers at the Todd furnace, Briar Hill, explod cd at six o'clock this evening. Two men were instantly killed and five wounded, Farmington, N. H., April 30.—A quar rel arose to-day between Wm. Kenney and his wife, when their son Samuel interfered to protect his mother. The father seized a butcher knife and stabbed Samuel, killing him almost instantly. Jacksonville, 111., April 30—A fire here this morning destroyed two entire busi ness blocks, causing a loss of $80,000, at least, with insurance of $48,000. The city postoflice was among the buildings burned. The fire started in some frame buildings. Chicago, April 30.—In the B. F. Allen case to-day, the defendant, in his testi mony, said he was worth #1,500,000, clear of all incumberance, when he went into the Cook County National bank, which took it all. Ottawa, April 30.—In the house of commons, Sir .Tolm MacDonald said Harrisburg, April 30—The pardons in the corrupt solicitation cases were made out by two o'clock, signed by the gover nor and taken to the sheriff of Dauphin county. The fines and cost, amounting to $6,921, having been paid, the prisoners were released -and departed for their homes with the exception of Rumbcrger, who is still here. Indianapolis, April 30—The butter, cheese and eggs association to-day adop ted a resolution asking congress to re move the duty on salt and also urging the Btate of New York +o abolish the ex cessive toll on salt transported on the canals of that state. Cedar Rapids was chosen as the place and the first Wednes day in April the time of holding the next convention. Adjourned. Camp Sheridan, Neb., April 30—Last night two desperadoes named Hall and Porter, while drunk, entered an Indian camp and raised a quarrel with the in- hear mates, shooting and almost instantly kill- Ifor^^ofKee0*^A1""1v**o rJ"mK iug Grey Eyes, a big medicine' man among the Sioux, and wounding his s(juaw in the leg. The desperadoes were I turned over to the authorities and plae- ed ill the guard house heavily ironru chained aild guarded Young, surviving proprietor of the Chronicle, was arrested at noon to-day on complaint of Mayor Kalloch, charging A him with libel in reporting in the Chron-1 fr which accused Mayor Kalloch of subor-1 J. PARKKK HWWAltD, nation of perjury in connection with the testimony given bv Clement Shaw at the inquest of the body of Chas. DeYoung. The prisoner was released on bail. Council Bluffs, Iowa, April 30.—The Pullman palace car Brevoort arrived here this morning over the Chicago, Burling ton and Qnincy road as a through sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco. The car was filled with passengers and was at this point transferred to the Union Pa cific San Francisco express. The Ogden house of this city, one of the best known hotels in the west, changes hands to-mor row, Mr. C. W. Felter, an experienced ho tel manager of New York city, becoming (rietor. The house will "continue as leading hotel in the west. Received at Mrs. Coggins' a fine line of children's and misses' street hats. Mayo, the Chicago piano tuner, will bo here next month. Governments—Dull. CORN—304BC. OATS—294c. RYE—74c. BARLEY—fide. VOLUME 6. YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITOHY, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1880. NUMBER 7. SPKCIAL NOTICKH. Co-I'urtnerfttiip, JOHN CUNNINGHAM haw this day formed a jmrtnerhliip with L. L. Pratt, jr., in tho trading business at Fort Uandall. i). T., the style of the firm-to be D. L, Pratt, jr.. A Co, 0?, Dr. W. H. H. Brown, dentist, Union Block, Yankton. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NKW YOEX. New York, May 2. WHEAT—Spring, dull, nomiual. Winter, white, dull, heavy red, U^ic lower. No. 2, red, May $1.26!'s©$1.27U June $l,24tt&$1.2SU. No. 1, white, May, $1.22?a bid for June $1.20. CORN—Dull, shade easier. Mixed western spot, fil@51?4c: future47 OATS—Steady. Western. 8W34Sc. FORK—Dull. New mess $10.90. LARD—Heavy, lower. Steam Tendered $7,224. WHISKY—Nominal. Western, $1.10. CHICAGO. Chicago. May 2, WHEAT—Steady, firm,but irregular, $1.13 cash, May $1.10 June $1.(0 July. CORN—Easier, unsettled, 881-FC cash 35Xe June 30Uc asked July. OATS—Steady. 29?#c cash 29U June. RYE—74c. BARLEY—80c, FORK—Weak, lower, $9.80cash $9.87,i5$9.ft) June $10 July. LARD—Weak, lower, $0.72!* cash $0.90 June $6,974 July. WHISKY—$1,07. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee. May 2. WHEAT—4SilHc higher. Hard $1.10. No. 1, $1,114 No. 2. $1.09ii cash $1.08.^ June $l.(ti July. No. 3, 974c N«. 4.92c. Missouri River Transportation Co. The Steamer BIG HORN JR. C. MASON, Master, Will leave Yankton for Beaa-t©aa., Ft. And Intermediate Poiut« on SATURDAY. MAY 8th, On arrival of the Train from the East. I). L. PlUTTjr. JOHN CUNNINGHAM. Fort Randall, D. T., April 29, J880. Watelie* Jewelry and Silver Goods. 4 LAIIGE assortment selling at bottom pricei J*- by VAN COTT. CLARK A CO., The Jewelers. 110 such proposal as that Canada should be made liable to fnrnisli a contingent in case of England engaging in hostilities with a foreign country was ever made or thought of, either by the imperial or dominion government. Wutelies and Jewelry, Vicely repaired by VAN COTT. CLARK A CO., the Yankton jewelers. Diamond** Kenet, Dings made over. Hair Jewelry, manufactured by VAN COTT CLARE A Co., The Jewelers Wanted. A LIVE agent in Yankton for the best thrcKh intf machinc in the territory. Apply to P. O. Box 1803. Dand Fargo, l). T. welling house on Pearl st. letwcen Fourth Fifth. A] Apply tl F. J. MAGEE. Hair Iret»niiig. "jVTliS. I. PBAY wishes to inform the ladies of Yankton and vicinity that she has removed to over Mr. Bruce'* store, on the corner of Third and Capital streets. A large assortment of hu man hair on hand. Switches, curls and puffs made to order. Combings rooted and made up as nice as cut hair. Orders from out of Town promptly attended to. i'or Kent. |(OM ,V. 8, Penninjrtnn's Muck, over pnst- j'"R""" t'lc CE" JUJLN'L. PKNMN'GTO.N. l'"r Snl"''•••"i- I A SMALL l»rick rehidencu on l'uarl street, '2ml and door from mv residence. The house has fi's San Francisco, April 30—M. II. ]e- rooms and manes a comfortable home for a small family. Applv to .JOHN L. PENNINGTON. DWELLING HOUSE, four good rooms, pantry, front and back porch and cistern. „,i i. Ai- Situated n] Green street, between 1-ourth and lcle an editorial of the New lork orld fifth. Apply on the premises. and Insurance, Yankton. D. T. A LL persons within the city limits are resu peotfully requested to remove all manure and rubbish from their premises also from the streets and alleys adjoining their projerty. This ordinance will be strictly enforced for the safety and health of the city, and if not com plied with within two weeks the authorities will complain of the offending parties under the nuisance ordinance. By order of committee on streets, grades and WM. HE1NHAKDT. alley City Marshal. CTONK dwelling house, with six rooms, cis tern, nhrubliery. larjfe garden privilege. Magnificent view of the citv. Enquire of G. W. ROBERTS. Real Estate and Insurance Agent. 3d St. f^ash paid for Yankton Countv orders. Apply to O. \V. ROBERTS. .. TIME, lots 17 and 18. block 4". Lower Yankton. Good residence lots. Applv to G. W. ROBERTS. Good dwelling houses. Applv to. ,J WALL STREET. New York, May 2.D G. W\ ROBERTS. Yankton, Dakota. Block, Third street. Wells Henriersliot. A TTOUNEY and Counselor at Law. Yankton, Dakota. Office over First National Bank. Money to I.oan. AN FIRST CLASS FARM PROPERTY at 10 *-'per cent, interest and reasonable commis sions. DEWEY & FRENCH, d&wtf. Attorneys at„Law. lMano Tuning and Repairing. EAVE orders for Prof. Fellner at the Mer chnnta and Central Hotels, Weber's drug store, Serr's block, or postofHce box 318, Yank ton. Dakota. Strayed or Stolen. rom the premises of the subscriber in Yank ton, on Saturday. April 3d. one black Indian hi mare pony, with white "face, and one white hind leg—rather slim. Had on a halter. A suitable reward will be paid for her recovery or for in formation that will lead to her recovery, GEO. W. KlNGSBUlU*. Jr. To Loiui. JJoney on Real Estate. GEO. W. ROBERTS. Time Books yon WEEK OR MONTH, for sale at the Press and Dakotaian countiugroom. To Exchange. IWIO IN MERCHANDISE, consisting of VfttVVv Hate, Caps, Notions and other roods, in exchange for Farming lands and City ots. Apply to GEO. W. ROBERTS. Real Estate and Insurance Agent. Work Cattle Wanted. ^SEVENTY yoke of work cattle wanted between 4 and 7 years old. Applv to A. W. LAVENDER, I^thiB Yankton, D. T. For Sale. ot 18. block 53, Lower Yankton. office. Apply at Wiuited. A MARRIED MAN. having a team, to go new point in DakotA, where SPECIAL IN DUCEMENTS are offered. For particulars ad press P. O. Box, 437, Yankton, Dakota. Privilege for None—.Instlce for All. \-TANKTONeveningat LIBER.UTLEAGUE meets every Sunday 7:30, at Liberal League Hall, three doors east of Ketchum's store. Third Street. The public cordially invited to attend J. W. C. MORRISON. President* llou«e and Lot* For SuW». of the most desirable houses in the city ONK. rc*n now l»e bought at less than it is worth can now l»e bought. also, thr«»e lota on Third atreeu For particulani and prices address N. K. BROWN, Burlington. Vermont. Wanted. For freight or pannage apply to BRAMBLE, MINER & CO., or at tto company's office. 1st AN office boy. Rnquire of NATIONAL BANK, Yankton Dakota. i* DR. DODGE. ALL THE NEW -AND N O S E S in Men's and Hoy's Straw Hats Now in Stock. J. O. BATES, Post Office Block. CIGAtt MANUFACTORY. YANKTON Cigar Factory F. HIRSHSTEIN. PROPRIETOR, Manufacturer of Domestic and Havana Cigars Tliirty-Five Different ISrand*. GIVE ME A CALL Before Purchasing Elsewhere TBY AND PATKONIZK HOME INDUSTRY, and you will receive better satisfaction than from patronizing outside enterprises. My Success is Your Own. MILL1NKKY. MRS. E. »J. COGOIXK, Dealer in LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. Materials for Fancy Work a Specialty Third St.. Yankton. Dakota RESERVED SEATS FOR MENDELSSOHN CONCERT. Turner Hall! MAY lOtli, 1880. For sale at tli I*. O. News Co. Hints & Fl'IlS. E I & E E DEALERS IN HIDES, FURS, Flour, illlzD-er "ST and I N I N S THIRD STREET Yankton. Dakota. JKWKLRY. J. P. REDAELLI. Repairer and Dealer in Watches, Clocks & Jewelry, Third Street, opposite the Press and Dakota* ian office. £5^ALL WORK WARRANTED.wSJ FKK1. FEED STORE. S A S O N DEALER IN Agricultural Implements, Flour, Graham Flour, Corn Meal, Ground Fowl, Oats, Corn, Barley and Rye. 1 harejn connection with my Feed Store a good FRENCH BITRB RTOXK MILL, and shall do any kind of custom work. With a capacity of 123 to 350 bushels pet day 1 can fill any orders with satisfaction, and at very low rates. SAMPSON, Douglas Avanua, bet. 3d and 4th StrMta YANKTON, DAKOTA. „5, Corn Meal, SKS^fSW- rXOL'Il AND JKKKD. 1875 18SO Incorporated Jan'y 1,1875. EXCELSIOR MILL Co D. T. BRAMBLE, Prea't. Wa. MINER, Sup't. F. L. VAN TASSEL, Scc'y. MANUFACTUREK OF Bran, Shorts And Dealers in all kinds of Feed. Cash paid for WHEAT, CORN, OATS, &c Flour delivered in all part* of the eityfree of charge. Call and nee »»*. Our flour speak* for itKelf. CAPITAL STREET, YANKTON, DAKOTA MEAT MARKET. FAMILY MARKET Broadway, Yankton. Dakota PATRICK BRENNAN WILL SUPPLY Fresh Meats, Salt Meats, Fish and Game. —)$TO OBDZBi(— A Full Line of Vegetables in Season Always on hand. WALTER H. CARR. DEALER IN Groceries, Vegetables, Fruits, Cigars. Orders will receive prompt attention. WALTER H. CARR, Third St., Yankton. Second Hand Store Proprietors. ty Second Hand Furniture bought and.££S sold. Upholstering of all kinds done to order. Mattresses always on hand. Old Mattresses made over. Cy Cushions, Curtains, Lambrequins, Ac. Ac. made to order. We also repair Carriage and Buggy Tops. Cushions. Ac. IV We make Upholstering a specialty, work done in a workmanlike manner. i£h* •r' ^'V"x" FLOWER 8KED8. A Fresh Lot -OF- James Vick's Flower Vegetable Seeds also Clover. Timothy, Dam bos BeU, Jost received at JfEITS BROADWAY DRUG BTOKE, Also a good Stock of Paint*, Oils and Window Glaoa ana Kalsomine Stock always on band. LUMBER. ST. CROIX LUMBER CO. YANKTON, D. T. -ttoj)- *—DEALEB8 IK— Pine & HardWood Lumber Lath, Doors, Shingles, 8a»li, Bliudti, 3 Building Paper Orders by mail will zeceive prompt attention Cool Milwaukee The Celebrated Jos. Schlitz Milwaukee Beer! ON TAP The quantity I Hell enable* me to keep It fra»h at all time*. George Brown, TH1BD STREET. PROFESSIONAL. DEWEY & FRENCH, Attorneys and Counselors AT LAW, YANKTON DAKOTA. OFFICE: DEWEY'S LAW BUILDING, THIRD ST. Practices in all the Court* and makes a Special ty of Collecting and Securing Claims. WINES AND LIQUORS. THE OLDEST LIQUOR HOUSE I.V THE NORTHWEST. Adler & Ohlman WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers YANKTON, DAKOTA. Keep constantly on hand the following brands of liqaors: McBrayer's, Taylor's. Sliiwhan, Ander son County, Monock sad Castle Rock KENTUCKY WHISKIES! Also, Our Favorite MILLER. GOLD SPRING, BLUE ARASS, BOYD, Ac., &c. Which we are celling at very low prices. Also a full stock of Imported Wines & Liquors, The Largest Stock of ciaiiss. Ever brought to the Territory. 8eidenberg's Key West a Specialty. Sole agents for Sclilitz's Milwaukee Beer. By the Keg or Cane. In fact everything usually kept in a first clan liquor store. ty of guarantee __ ever before. Candies, Nuts, are prepared to fill ordera for any quanti. Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos, and in tee satisfaction, and at prices lower than Adler & Ohlman. ARTIST. oa rs a 2 BROADWAY UHPOLSTERING AND J. £. Gillespie & L. K. Sayers. TS W CO CO *3 5 £.2 0 o. 84g .I3 S "8 OC So cs W tB I 0 A.K*«tircl7 yitifly itrtw 1 tor (to tpmif ui ifilrt Ml Inns sad Tsiimw u* MM* At tM to Ml MM, li MV tka IM Ml ft a via ftw »i»1 Mitf Sk«njN«lM IkalM^ I All Store on east side of Broadway, between Sec* ond and Third, opposite MinnwMa Howe. —(t mtmU ft. «A nM to THI tITF Hi. 9 -P^Dt|ful cwond nem*.