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VOLUME 6. GENERAL NEWS. Invasion of the Indian Territory By a Formidable Force Which De fies the Government. Ile-Nomiuation of Gov. Curpentcr Con^ivs* by the "Rig Ninth" of Iowit. A Little Clkihl lliiriUMl t» I)uath nt Fori ltamlall. POLITICAL. Governor Carpenter He-Nominated for Con l?roHM by tlie lCepiiblicuiiH of llie Ninth District of IIIWH, Special JMnjiatch. Bioux City, Juljr, 8—The ninth con gressional convention met here tliiB after noon. Ex-Governor C. C. Carpenter was renominated as tlie republican enndidatu for congress by acclamation. The con vention then adjourned A Little Clilhl Humeri 141 Dentil nt Fort KUIKIIIU. Sj/fcial Telegram. Fort Bandall, July 9.—A sad accident occurred at Fort Bandall on the 5th inst., resulting in the death of a child 6 months old belonging to Peter Lynch, late of company I, first infantry. Mrs. Lynch had gone out calling, leaving her baby asleep in the cradle, and her five year old girl in charge. The little girl accident ally set fire to the mosquito netting cov ering the cradle, and the child was liter ally roasted before help arrived. A Young Miui Kills Hiit Sister iu a Bagnio. Danville, Va., July 9.—LaBt night about midnight Thomas De Jarret en tered a bagmo enquiring for Mollie De. Jarrett. At his request the two went to a private room, where repeated pistol shots were fired. The police broke into the room and the girl was iound on the lioor, her brother standing by with a pis tol in his hand. He immediately con fessed to shooting his sister and avowed that he had done it to wipe out the dis grace of the family. The girl was shot hve times, two shots fatal. She protests that her brother was right in taking her life, and begs that he be not punished. Before her brother was taken to prison, he and his sister embraced. The brother is a telegrapher about 20 years old The sister is 17 years of age. According to Law. Cincinnati, Ohio July 9.—Geo. Allen Price the murderer of Vellie Block, was hanged according to law this morning. FOREIGN. To he Itrokcn U|. Paris, July 8—The dominiciuis have received an intimation that their estab lishment will be broken up 011 Saturday. Famine Fever in Ireland. Dublin, July 8—The government has sent a physician to county Mayo to in quire into the nature of the famine fever there and in neighboring counties, and its extent. It is reported to bo spiead jng alarmingly. Having his Wotami* ileuled. Vienna, July 8—A telegram to Politi cal Correspondence from Belgrade states that Hassan Pasha, governor of Novi Bazaar, lias arrived at Belgrade to be cured of wounds inflicted by his would be assassins. The pasha of Simitza lias assumed the government of Novi Bazaar. Eyoub Pasha avowed the crime to the Albanian league, who not only approved his act but promised him every support. Attempted Assassination of a l'uslia. Vienna. July 8—The latest intelligence from Serazeave states that the excite ment caused by the attempted murder of Hassan Pasha has considerably abated. When Hassan Pasha ordered tlje general disarnment, Eyoub Bey, one of the most fantical Musselinans, with several of his followers went to him and protested against the measure. Hassan Paslia re plied by striking Eyoub Bey with a stick whereupon the followers of the latter tlirewthemselves on Hassan, and he was taken to Metrovibeka thought mortally wounded. Kurtliquake in Switzerland. Geneva, July 8—The earthquake of Sunday was one of the most severe and wide spread that lias beeu known in Switzerland for years. Two persons were killed and several metres of the summit of Schmelberg near Quarter, fell, over whelming a large wood. A Small Craft. London, Jnly !(—The dory Little West ern, from Gloucester, Mass., June 13th, for London, having on board Capt. Geo. P. Thomas and Frank Norman, was spo ken July 3d, and refused to board the steamer Bulgarian. Tlie Derby Stake*. London, July 9.—Authority on racing says it would be surprising if Messrs. Weatlierbys advised not to pay the Der by stakes to the Duke of Westminister. The owners of llobert the Devil are still persuaded that there has been a case of mistaken identity respecting Ben D. Orr and Tackert. The OpimnHion Charged with Obstructing Ituslnes*. London, July 9, 5 p. I 1* nine die. A fireunbiick Nomination. St. Louis, July 9.—The greenbackers of the 5tli district of this state luive nom inated It. B. Hallen for congress. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. M.—In the house of commons iu' committee on compensa tion for disturbance in Ireland bill, a scene has just occurred, the government having accused the opposition of per sistent obstruction of public business. The charge was very grave, but no waste of time would induce the govern ment to nbandon measures which they think important. Movement* of Troop*. Constantinople,-July 9.—^t midnight Sunday three ti ansports loft the arsenal for Valo and Presa with seven battalions of troops, five batteries and a quantity of ammunition. The troops were ordered to disembark stealthily. The disband- ment of four tUouBnnd soldiers iu Tlies salw whose time has expired, has been forbidden. Island Formed by an Earthquake. London, July 9—An earthquake in the island of St. George, one of the Azores group, resulted in the formation of an other island, about 600 yards distant and about 18,000 square yards in extent. Kuirlaiid'H Kustern Policy. London, July 9.—In the house of com- mons this evening Gladstone replying to a question by Sir Henry D. Wolff, con servative, relative to the eastern policy, said the government were very anxious to avoid surprising the country by any thing like isolated action. Invading the Indian Territory. St. Louis, July 8—A private dispatch from Arkansas City, Kansas, says Capt. Payne, who left the southern border of Kansas last Monday with a party of three hundred men on a second invasion oi the Indian territory lias reached his destina tion without molestation. It will be rec ollected that Capt. Payne invaded tlie Indian territory last spring in violation of the president's proclamation, and was arrested by the military. Be now defies the authority of tlie'government and. courts to an arrest and trial to determine in the courts whether his act is in viola tion of any law. Parties are here pur chasing all kinds of machinery, goods, &c., for shipment to Payne and his colo ny, and it is said an ollice will be opened here to induce emigrants to the territory. Charged with Knowing Something About Loat Itond*. New York, July 9.—Wm. McGibbon, a stock broker of 30 Broad street, was ar rested to-day charged with being one of the men who knew of the finding of $87, 000 worth of bonds lost by Brayton, Ives & Co. He admitted that the securities were retained one night by him for ex amination at the request of Jerome Batchel. He denieB their return to the owner. Grant in New Mexico. Santa Fe, July 8—Gen. Grant and party arrived at 4 p. in., and were escort ed by the military and an immense crowd to the place where the welcoming address was made. Gov. Gear gave a reception and dinner in the evening. The general had tiattering receptions along the route. Marine News. New York, July 9.—Arrived: Adriatic, from Liverpool. fHUM? of Col. IVllon's Deutli. New York July 9.—The remains of the late Col. Pelton were removed to the res idence of ex-Gov. Tilden. Pelton had been ailing for some days and on Monday was taken seriously ill, his death result ing from embolism of the heart. It«|Miti(d l,eu*e of a Itailroud. Buffalo, July 9.—It is currently re ported that the Buffalo & Southwestern railroad has been leased by the New York, Lake Erie & Western company for 99 years. By the arrangement through trains can be run between this city and Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. Investigation Ordered. Washington, July 9—The -secretary of the treasury has ordered an investigation into the disaster to the steamboat Narra gansett, which was in collision with the Stonington. ARMY APPOINTMENTS. Retiring: Worn Out Veterans and Putting New Muteriul in Tlieir Plaeex. Chicago Times Coerespomlence. Washington, July 5.—President Hayes is very anxious to appoint as many peo ple in the army as lie can before his retirement from ollice on the 4th of March next. This is one reason why such pressure is made to retire all the high stalT ollicers who have reached the age when their retirement is possible un der the law. There i3 one trouble about these retirements, that will prevent sweeping action. The law limits re tirements to four hundred. There are at present Bill ollicers retired, and there are, thcrefoie, only six vacancies, with selec tions to make from twenty-one officers eligible for retirement. Four ollicers iu the engineer corps are eligible for retire ment—Gens. Barnard, Bcnliam, Macomb, and tunes. In the ordnance corps there is one—Gen. Hugner. In the quarter master department there are Gens. Meigs, Kueker, Kaston, Vanmirk, and Elkin. Judge Advocate Gen. Dunn is candi date for the retired list. In the commis sary department there is Gen. lvilbourn. In tlie inspector general's department Gens. Marey and Shriever can be retired. There are four ollicers to go in the sur geon general's ollice, including the chief, Gen. Birnes. In the paymaster's corps are four yet to be retired— "Buttermilk" Smith, one of Hayes' ap pointees, is the lowest upon the list to go. Among the commanders of departments Gens. Pope and McDowell aro within the limit of the law, and Gen. Ord will by next full. This covers all the retire ments possible in the stall. In the line the following ollicers are subjects for retirement: Col. King, 9tli infantry Col. Flint, 4th infantry Col. Vages, 1st artillery Col. Craver, 1st cavalry. Of course, in canvassing for selections for retirement to fill the present six va cancies, the president will naturally de sire to fill the most iinportaut places. Atleast two brigadier general's places in the army will be tilled by Hayes' ap pointment.". It will be useless to go to congress and ask it to extend the retired list, as the democrats believe they are coming into power and naturally want to keep all the places possible open until they can be tilled by democratic appoint ments. The greatest contest nt present is over Quartermaster Gen. Meigs' place. Meigs says that Gen. Garfield has assur ed him that he knew Presidcut Hayes would not make any change in this place, but there are good political reasons for the change. If Meigs is retired it is said that it can only make him angry, while all the men who are jumped over will of course be greatly mortified. Rufus In galls is the candidate with the backing for this~place,but he cannot get it unless he will consent to have Gen. Kucker, Gen. blieridau's father-in-law, appointed long enough to retire upon the pay of this new place. Then it is understood that Ingalls is also to retire, in ease he is appointed, at the earliest possible op portunity. Ingalls will have to concede liucker's claims, owing to his peculiar Separtiuont, osition. Under anew order of the war Gun. Sheridan lias full au thority to veto any contract that Gen. itigalls may make. This will have its in fluence upou the claims of Gen. Ruoker. The laigc contracts and supplies at pres ent under Ingalls' hand are regarded as important in a political sense in case changes aro made. In Broker's and In galls' places, political consideration would largely govern the appointment. Messrs. John F. Drake, Noah W. Sliaf er Wm. H. Graham, and B. C. Christy, of Pittsburgh, had an interview with the president, this morning, in the interest of Col. Stone, for the position of United favor of Col. Stone. The president gave them a cordial reception, and chatted pleasantly with them for half an hour or so, but did not indicate what action he should take. Indications are, however, that Col. Stone will get the appointment, which, it is expected, will be made at the cabinet to-morrow. The same gen tlemen had a pleasant interview with the attorney general on Saturday. After their interview with the president this morning they concluded to visit Mr. McPherson, the secretary of the repub lican congressional campaign committee, and impart liim some useful hints and information relative to the conduct of the campaign in western Pennsylvania. On entering Mr. McPlierson's ollice, that gentleman snubbed them in such an in sulting manner that the committee withdrew without giving their names or stating the business which induced them to intrude. McPherson would certainly have profitted by the information those gentlemen had to impart. The gentle men named are all thorough republicans and men of inlluence in their section. Secretary Sherman went to New York this morning. MAllltlKIt LANMAN—ANDE11Y—June LIST OF LETTERS. Remaining in the l*OHtottice at Yankton, D, T., July 8, 1880. Mixed west-orn 4'TFJ -ILI 'ic cash 49'»((j-,iOc future. OATH—Steady. Western 84vic. lower $1H.IU. LOKK—Heavy,lower. AUD—Shade II.&J'-s. WHISKEV—Nomiual. sU-C'Sl-M. CHICAGO. OATH—Weak. LARD—Weak, YANKTON, DAKOTA TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 9 Chicago, July ft. WHEAT—Excited, unsettled. T»JO cash $1.02 }ite cash and August September. WHISKEY—$1.00. Fruits, Candies, Nuts, „x Cigars. Orders will receive prompt attention. WALTER H. CARR, Third St., Yankton. MEAT MARKET. FAMILY MARKET Broadway, Yankton. Dakota PATRICK BRENNAN WILL SUPPLY Fresh Meats, Salt Meats, Fish and Game. —)JT0 OUDBBtC— A Full Line of Vegetables in Season Always on hand. Dr. F. J. MAGEE, Homeopathio Physician and Surgeon, Pearl street, between 4tb and nth Sts., YANKTON DAKOTA BPKCIAL NOTICKS HD. OIVIT, APPOINTMENTS. DODGE, Dew itt'a Block,.Third street, Yankton, Dakota. For Sale. Lot States diHtrict attorney for the Western district of Pennsylvania. They present ed numerous and strong testamonials in 18, block 58, Lower Yankton, this office. LOAN on Farms OperFIltST SO, 1880, at the boune of the bride'n narenta in Olivet by He v. Geo. WinduHt, Mr. William F. Laninun of Yankton, and Lora A. Ardery, of Olivet. Lent, E. K. Miller, Miss Jessie McKinney, Mr*. Mary McKay, Daniel Abbott, Dr. H. H, Burdish. Richard Cashdollar, Albert ChauHse, T. Cobb. Frank B. Cooper, John .. .. Daugherty, Frank W. Kecd.Satnucl Davis, A. Rhodes, Alex Endicott. Harry Reisdorfer, Peter Gordon, E. E. Rood, Jatmer F. Gunderson, Ole Scully, John Hensel, Henrich Stone. John Hungen. Miss Annie L. Sorenxon, Miss L. Huber, Miss Caroline Thornton. 1. C. Hiver, Rev F. L. White, S. G. Heeler, Hubert Lorcnz, W. 2 Lokken, Berex Morgan. George Morse, Willie Wurtenburger, Martin Wright, Mini Lydia UKLD FOll DIHECTIONH. C. L, Willouyhby. HELD FOR POSTAGE. Mrs. J. B. McLean, Rochester, Pa. John M. Reed, Keewaukee, Wis. If hot called for in thirty days will l^e sent the dead letter ofiice. A. W. HOWARD. P. M. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. New York. July H. WHEAT—KTr-L'S better, fairly active, No. ], white, $1.17*4 cash: $1.10 July, $l.lsl^\ Sep tember No. 2 red $1.17 July $l.ll!i $1.18 Au -.list. BCORN—Steady. Apply at $100,000 H. E. DEWEY. Wedding: Present* A FINE assortment at VAN COTT, CLARK & CO.'S the Jewelers. IltainondH Itettet, pings made over. Hair Jewelry, manufactured by VAN COTT The Jewelers CLAIIK&CO.,U WutchcH and Jewelry, icely repaired by VAN COTT. CLAKK & CO., tlie Yankton jewelers. WutclieH Jewelry and Silver Goodn. LARGE UHHortmcnt Helling at bottom pricen by VAN COTT. CLAKK & CO., The Jeweler#. Money to l^wn, |~IN first-claKH Yankton city property. Time, three or five yearn. C. J. B. HAlUtlS. Money to l,o»ii, N CLASS FARM PROPERTY at 9 cent, interest and reasonable commis sion*. DEWEY & FRENCH, d&wtf. Attorneys at Law. Notlite. 1\TRS. YERXA having taken Mrs. Roberta U.L dress making rooms, will continue the business, and will be pleased to have the ladieH of Yankton call on her and examine her work. A COMFORTABLE dwelling House with live roomn on Pearl street near Fourth. Good well of water and email barn on the premises. E. P. WILCOX, Second and Mulberry streets. Privilege for None—Justice for All. VTANKTON LIBERAL LEAGUE No. 177 meets every Sunday at 8:30 p. m. at Liberal League Hall on corner of Linn and 4th streets. The public are cordially invited. Seats free. S. K. FELTON, President. $300,000.—Five Years. rpO loan on Farms for improvements and stock raising by applicant, in lion Homme, Hutchinson. Turner, Clay and Yankton count er. W. ROBERTS, Real Estate and Insurance Agent. A SEVEN room brick house on Douglas Ave nue. A cistern, wood shed and fenced lot attached. $16 per month. Applvto J. PARKER HAY\VARD. 'Ad street. Yankton, D. T. To Kent. A DWELLING HOUSE, four good rooms, pantry, front and back porch and cistern. Situated on Green street, between Fourth and Fifth. Apply on the premises. J. PARKER HAYWARD, Real Estate and Insurance, Yankton, D. T. Hair lJrc^Hing. "\|*HS. 1. PRAY wishes to inform the ladies of •"•••Yankton and vicinity that she has removed to over Mr. Bruce's 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. For Kent. CTONE dwelling house, with six rooms, cis tern, shrubbery, large garden privilege. Magnificent view of the city. Enquire of cash, July^*0c August 90c September. Cons—Firm, higher,closing steady I bid August. Fasier 25Uc 22'*«c Aisgust. RYE—70. BABLKY—90. POKK—Excited lower unsettled, $14.00! cash August $18.65 September. $6.70 MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee. July 9. WHEAT—affile higher. Hard nominal. No. 1, 0 3 N 2 US 4 id as A us S teinber No. 3.83c COBN—36l4C. No. 4, 75c. OATH—2514C. RYE—71. BAnilEY—73c. FANCY GKOCKK1KS. WALTER H. CARR, DKALlilt IN Groceries, Vegetables, G. W. ROBERTS, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, 3d St. f^ash paid for Yankton County orders. Apply ^to G.W.ROBERTS. For Sale. (~}N TIME, lots 17 and 18, block 45, Lower "Yankton. Good residence lots. Applv to G. W. ROBERTS. to. ROBERTS. Good dwelling houses. Applv G. \V. To Exchange. OOO IN MERCHANDISE, consisting ol »W v/ Hat**, Caps. Notions and other goods, in exchange for Farming lands and Citv lots. Apply to GEO. W. ROBERTS. Real Estate and lusurance Agent. i1 To Loan. "ironey on Real Estate. GEO. W. ROBERTS. Notice to Creditors. Estate of William A. Howard, deceased. "V"OT1CE is hereby given by the undersigned administrator cum testamcnto annexe of the estate of William A. Howard, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the otiice of Isaac E. West in the county of Yankton, D. T. Dated at Yankton. June 24tli, 1N80. .... WILLIAM 8. HOWARD. Administrator with the will annexed of William A. Howard, deceased. (dlw4w MISCELLANEOUS. BROADWAY UHPOLSTERING AND Second Hand Store J, E. GILLESPIE, Proprietor. £5^""Second Hand Furniture bought and^iEJ sold. Upholstering of all kinds done to order. Mattresses always on hand. Old Mattresses made over. (^"Cushions, Curtains, Lambrequins, Jcc. Jcc. made to order. I also repair Cushions, Ac. Carriage and Buggy Tops, t£T"Hnmke Upholstering a specialty. All worlc done in a workmanlike manner. Store on east side of Broadway, between Sec rad and Third, opposite Minnesota House. ilKWELKY. J. P. REDAELLI, Repairer and Dealer in Watches, Clocks & Jewelry, Third Street, opposite the Prow and Dakota, iau ofiice tar-ALL WORK WARRANTED..^ VASKTOS, DAKOTA, 1880. Every WHO NTAl'LK AND FANCY MKY GOODS. SPRING Charles Eiseman Desires to call the Attention of Cash and Prompt Paying Buyers to his Large and Elegant Stock of Dry Goods and Clothing Which he has just Received Consisting of variety and Description Suitable for Spring and Summer Wear Call and Examine Ills Making your purchases. THIRD ST., YANKTON, Stock before BUILDING DHt'GS AND HOOKS. Excelsior Ding1 Store! -ESTABLISHED. 1899.- MILLS &PURDY Yankton, D. T. LESALE AND We continue te keep in rtock a complete line of Pure and Fresh Drnpu all the popular Patent Medicines of the day. Agent* for J. C. Ayer & Co., Dr. D. JayneTi Son, Also a Varied Stock of Druggists' Sundries and Toilet Articles, to which we are constantly adding new and attractive goods. Price® will alwavs be found ah low I as ran be made by anyone in this market. We also handle Window Glass, Paints and Oils, &.c. N*-nal pncpf. given on large orders. Correspondence solicited. \\e nii\e lately made valuable improvements in our Prescription Department, which is alwav* DrUffeiBt'm St?I, RETAIL WeU 0ur MILLS & PURDY. Excelsior Sools Store. Wholesale and Retail. Li",^he Territory. We continue to offer to our many nations all the New this Department may be found everything MILLS & PURDY. HAItmVAKK. Geo. E. Hawley Heavy and Shelf Hardware Builder's Hardware Stoves and Tinware Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock Wagon and Carriage Hardware Blacksmith's Supplies Harvesting Tools Gas Fittings And Steamboat Supplies, Agents for Fairbanks' Scales and National Horse Nails. Third Street. YANKTON Sl'OKTSMKX'S 1IKAUQUARTHRS. Sportsmen's Headquarters BURLEIGH'S BLOCK, Broadway, Yankton, D. T. Established 1869- G-eorg'e airier, TJllACTICAt GUNSMITH -B- Pistols, Fishine Tackle and Ammunition of all kinds, pany. Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. Importer and Dealer in Breech Loading Rifles and Shot guns, a -it !_•_ j- Agent for l*flin-Rand Powder Oom. UMBER 63. LAVENDERS' O-AJ3KC GROCERYHOUSE! OOVTXHUBS TO II tD Favorite -WH TOWN AND OOUNTY4— Because it mippUes the very, beat goods to be Because every article required for family the line of Groceries can be found there at all times. E A S E IU prices are uniform and eo low as to defy competition Because its CASH system is incoeaafnlly eatab lished and gives to its customer* ad vantage* which the credit system does not Grateful for the eon tinned favors of the people, this pop alar House assures its patrons that every effort will De made to keep it and p^8M folly OD to the of the times. No otner Grocery House in the Territory will be permitted to surpass it either in quality of goods or prior Very Respectfully, k. W. LAVENDER O. P. HAGE suim i« I* STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Crockery AMD Glassware THIRD STREET YANKTON, DAKOTA Blatt & Buerdorf Wholesale and Retail sums XH GROCERIES STAPLE AND FANCY. BROADWAY, YANKTON, DAKOTA F. Bronson, Dealer in Fruit, House Plants and Fresh Vegetables, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Orders from up country promptly filled and made a specialty. Store Broadway, between 3d and Id atreet, Yankton, Dakota. Big Beer! -AT- CHARLEY LONG'S Five Ct*. a Glass Five Cta. a Glata jj h- tA /ik fi-