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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7,1882.
The Illinois Central will send an ex carrion train from Sionz City to New Orleans in January. Tlie Chicago railway managers inter ested in the war in rates in the north west have gone to New York to attend the coming conference with a view to peaoe. The governor of Louisiana, after an exhaustive examination of the law and facte in the Kellogg case, has given the certificate to Kellogg in accordance with the returns of the thirtieth distriot. Washington telegram, 5th: Springer to-day made his first bid for the support of the new members in his speakership contest by the introduction in the house of a resolution to have printed 2,000 copies of the rules, saying the uew mem bers would need them to prepare for their duties at the next session. His resolution obtained little support, how ever, and was defeated by a large vote. Alexander Mitchell and 8. S. Merrill, of the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul, left Milwaukee Tuesday for New York to take part in the conference of presidents and managers of the contesting north western roads to settle the rate war. Mitohell would not give his views as to the ptoba ble result of the conference. Merrill said he did not know how it would endantimating that he was not very hope ful of a satisfactory settlement of the difficulties. Arabi Pasha writes that he would pre fer to live in Damasous, or if that is im possible, in London. He expresses con tentment with his lot, because he knows his misfortunes will be the means of se' curing for the country he loves the lib erty it deserves. He feels confident that when England oarriee out her good work she will permit him to return. She will soon learn that he was no rebel when he set himself at the head of the people who wanted nothing but justice. Washington telegram, 4th: The ru mor that the secretary of the interior intends to resoind his decision throwing open for settlement the Turtle Moun tain country was ourrent here over a week ago. At that time the attention of Mr. Teller was called to the report. He simply replied that the rumor wasnews to him, from which it was inferred that he had not at that time at least, any such intention. He had oertainly not done so since up to the closing of the department yesterday, and officers of the general land offioe have no knowledge of any such intention on the part of the secretary. Sionx City Journal: A gentleman high in the confidence of the manage ment of the Milwaukee road, during a recent viBit to Sionx City, informed an old friend that railroad building promis ed to be lively in Dakota daring the coming season. The chance that the great Sionx reservation would be open ed, he said, caused both the Milwaukee and the Northwestern to consider an ex tension west of the Missouri. If one company made a move to build the other woald also build. If building west of the Missouri was postponed until an other year, then^oth would deyote the season to perfecting their system east of the Missouri, particularly the north and south lines. The Utah commission in its report to the secretary of the interior, recommends that a marriage law be enacted by con gress which would be an auxiliary in the suppression of polygamy. The commis sion say that owing to the peculiar state of affairs in Utah the territorial law allowing women the right of suffrage is an obstruction to the speedy solution of the vexed question, aud should be re pealed or annnlled by congress. The commission say that the law is far from a decided success in excluding polygamists from the exercise of sufrage,bnt they are of the opinion that the steidy and con' tinned enforcement of the law will place polygamy in the condition of gradual extinction. Senator Voorhees has introduced a a bill giving to the state courts of several states and territories concurrent jurisdic tion with the United States district courts in all matters where railroads that are in the hands of receivers are inter ested. (The object of this bill is to pre vent the great injustice that exists juBt now as instanced in the case of the Ohio and Mississippi road. That road being along the line of the road any person los ing a horse or any other species of prop erty cannot bring suit for the loss of prop eety except in the United States court, and where the value ia less than one hun dred dollars they are barred. The object of this bill ia to allow the citizen when he loses a horse or anything of less value than that amount to bring suit in the state court. Mothers I notHerat! 3tother* III Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child sufferingand crying with the the excrutiating pain of cutting teeth If so, go at once and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH INQ SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately—depend up on it there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it, who will not tell you at once that it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is theprescrip tion of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere 25 cents bottle. [m- Don't Watte Money. On trashy extracts when you can buy a lasting perfume so delightfully fragrant and refreshing as Floreston Cologne. 1 11 THIRD STREET, I YANKTON. I 1860 China HalL fJ" COMPLETE STOCK OP Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Rogers' Plated Ware, Cutlery, Carpets, Holiday Goods. Orders by mail PROMPTLY FILLED 33 ODIOR1TE. Oysters! Oysters! Company, OU.UUU JOHN MABTIN. Booth's Celelorsuted. FRESH OYSTERS! RECEIVED DAILY BY WALTER H. CARR WHOLESALE MQCOK8 AND CIGARS. Adler & Ohlman Keep constantly in stook the following celebrated brands of Whii liiskies at different ages: McBrayer, Gold Leaf, M. V. Monarch, Chickencock Bourbon, Stone's Sour Mash, Guckenlieiiner Hume's Sour Mash, Woodford O. 1882 F. C. Also, a complete line of IMPORTED andJDOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. O A A A A A O Hanging $17,00 to $125,00 P*r thousand, including the following C.V \w I Key West factories goods: Seidenbergn* Kclley's, and Prineipee de Gales. fyA lam line of Pipea.Merchaum goods and Smoker's articles. WHOLESALE PEALEJtS AND B0TLER8(fr- Jos. Scliiltz' Brewing Company's Milwaukee Lager Beer E3TWe also carry a full line of Bar goods, glasses, Bottles, Flasks, Brass Beer Faucets, Vents, Playing Cards, Poker Chips, &c. BILLIARD TABLES- Circulars with price list and terms oa application. tock. Orders promptly attended to ana perfect satisfaction guaranteed. [Successor to GEO. E. HAWLEY] HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE, We have received^the agency for for Brunswick, Balke A Co.'s Billiard Tables, and will furnish All kinds of Billiard fixtures kept in ^i.d.ler 35 01n.l3SQ.su33., Broadway, Merchants Hotel Block. H. B. Wynn, WAGON & CARRIAGE WOOD STOCK, WAGON & CARRIAGE HARDWARE Blacfesaaa-itli. Supplies! HARVESTING TOOLS, GAS FITTINGS, and STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES. AND NORTHWESTERN HORSE NAILS. THIRD STREET, ... YANKTON, DAKOTA MARTIN & ANDERSON, Mechanical and Architectural IRONWORKS Cast and wrought iron work of every description, consisting Engine work, Farm Machinery, Steam and Water-pipe fitting, Jail work and general jobbing. Plans and estimates famished on reasonable terms. HfWe will pay the highest market price for old iron. Walnnt street, bet. 1st and 2d Sts., Yankton FARM MACHINERY REPAIRED. EDOAB J. ANDERSON "f GENERAL NEW8. Extreme Cold and Severe Storms all Over the United States. In England there was an Unusually Heavy Fall of Snow. The Apaches have Perpetrated Anoth er Massacre near the Mex ican Border. CAPITAL, NOT12S. READY 1'OIt TltlAL. Washington, Dec. 7— The district at torney in the criminal court this morn ing anaonnced the government ns ready for the star route trials. Ingersoll moved to oontinue the case, S. W. Dorsey being •iok. Judge Wylie overruled tho mo tion and Ingersoll asked that a recess taken to allow him to go to Dorsey's room to get his signature. THE WATS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. The ways and means committee this morning unanimously adopted a resola tion to proceed at once to the considera tion of the tariff commissioner's report and to frame a tariff bill, and the clerk of the committeo was directed to pre pare proper schedules of the rates now existing and those proposed by members of the committee. 'Wilson read along affidavit signed by defendants, that they cannot safely go to trial the present term because of tho acts of the government officers iu endeav oring to influence opiniou against them and intimidate witnesses and officers of the ceurt, reciting the recent removals for sympathy with the de. fendants and for expressing belief that defendants would be dificrim. inated against in the selection of tules' men. That first Dickson and the np pointment of MoMichael, was a part of the scheme that Judge Wylie was prej udiced and can't fuirly try the case, and requests a continuance to the next term, Wylie said the paper was an insult to the couit. Bliss compared it with the Tweed trial. Ingersoll disclaimed any intention at the result. Jndge Wylie said, "Well, you may file a paper, but I shall hear no more about it." A motion for a continuance on account of Dorsey's illness xi as refused, and tho motion of Wilson for a bill of particulars was over-ruled. CONGRESS IOX AT,. SENATE. Washington, Dec. 7— Tho bill intro duced by Mr. Brown repealing the reve nue act of 'G4 and all laws enlarging or amending it, was referred. By Mr. Vest, a resolution directing the secretary of war to furnish copies and contracts made by the interior depart ments in regard to tho leasing of the Yellowstone national park or any part thereof to any body or company, with the privilege of erecting hotels and run ning stages thereon, was adopted. Mr. Beck called up tho resolution for an investigation of political assessments of the last campaign and stated that he merely desired to vote on the question. Mr. Hale thought the senate should in vestigate the democratic campaign as well as the republican, and he offered a substitute, giving the names of members of the congressional and executive com mittees of both parties, reciting allega tions that tho democratic committee levisd contributions on liquor dealers, etc., and directing the judiciary com mittee to investigate these charges too. Mr. Beck said thoy proposod to inves tigate matters beyond tho congress, and embarrass legitimate investigation. The substitute was ordered printed and the matter went over. novsE. Washington, Dec. G—Mr. Haskell pre sented a memorial of the non-Mormon residents of Utah. Referred. The house then went into committee, Mr. Page in the chair, on tho Indian ap propriation bill. Total appropriated, $5,209,000—31,517,000 below the esti mates. The reduction was chiclly in the subsistence appropriation. After some discussion the committee rose and re ported the Indian bill to the house. At three o'clock the house again went into committee on the state of the union. The Governor-elect of New Tork. New York, Dec. 5—Maj.-Gen. Hancock and staff and representative democrats of this section attended a reception given by the Manhattan club to Gov. elect Cleveland. A grand banquet fol lowed. The governor-elect, in the course of his response to a sentiment, said: "I am quite certain the late demonstration did not spring from any pre-existing love for the party which was called to power, nor did the people place the affairs of Btate in our hands to be by them forgotten. They voted themselves, and in their own interest. If we retain their confidence we must deserve it, and we may be sure they will call on us to give account of our stewardship. We shall utterly fail to read aright the signs of the times if we are not fully con vinced that parties are but the instru ments through which the people work their will, and when they become less or more the people desert or destroy them The vanquished have lately learned these things, and tho victorB will act wisely if they profit by tho lesson. Let us not forget that an intelligent, think, ing, reading people will look to the party which they put in power to supply all their various needs and wants. The party which keeps pace with tho development and progress of tho times—which keeps in sight its landmarks, and yet observes those things which aro in advance, and which will contmuo true to tho people as well as its traditions—will bo the dominant party of the future." Ex-Secretary Gordon of Georgia made tho only other spccch of tho evening. Tbo Tmnult of Venn*. Melbourno, Dec. 7—The transit of of Venus was successfully nl*crvcd here ami also at at Capo Town, New Zealand, W'eathor generally bright and tbo snow Tncmnuia and New South Wales, 'l'hir- fftU being only two to four inches. ty-three photographs were obtained nt Melbourne. Tho observations nt Queens land nud Sidney were unsuccessful. KUKOl'KAN NEWS. A Bid PIKE IN riiOUHESS. and instruments for the Christmas pre duotion were destroyed. Not insured. SUCCESSFUL. Loudon, Deo. 7—The American olv servers in New Zeland were very success ful. N, THE OEliMAN EEIOnSTAO. Berlin, Deo. 7—The report on tho exe cation of the socialist law, presented to the Reichstag yesterday concludes bo follows: "Conviotion is irresistible, and ... it is forced on the government that re pressive measures must.be continued.' HUNGARIAN EMIGRATION. Vienna, Dec. 7—The extensive emigre Covington, Tenn., Dec. 7—A fire this morning destroyed property worth SCO, 000 uninsured. EGYPT. PLEADED GUILTY. Cairo, Dec. 7—Mahomed Same, Abel Ian I'asha, Alii Feahny and Touiba Pa sha, were arraigned this morning. They pleaded guilty to the charge of rebellion. They will be sentenced this afternoon. LATER—Tho prisoners were sentenced to death but the sentence was commuted to exila for life. It is rumored that the. „i,l prisoners. to U, CRIME RECORD. INDICTED. Taylorville, 111., Dec. 7—Miss The grand jury returned indictments I against J. C. Montgomery, W. J. Mont gomery, Lee Pettis, Emanuel Clements aud Dr. Vermillion. Another Indian Massacre. Kansas City, Mo., Doc. 7—A Journal's Albuquerque, Now Mexico, special says: News was received of a torrible massacre of a party of Americans and Mexicans by I court to-day. Ju and his band of Apaches near tho town of Casagrande in Chishucha. The In- dians have been very activc of late in depredatory excursions, stealing and raiding, and the settlers formed a party of about fifteen men and started in pur suit. They were surprised near Casa grande by Ju and his band numbering two hundred, and completely surround ed. One of the party escapcd through tho lines and went to tho settlement for aid, soon returning with a band of thirty men. The Indians, however, held the succoring party at bay, and in the mean while massacred the entiro party which had been surprised and then retreated toward the mountains. Denver, Dec. 7—The wan who led the small band that was massacred by Ju and his Indians was Jeff Politics, a Mex ican. Holed thirty men from ranche adjoining liis. They reached the Indians unexpectedly and were nt once surrounded by 200 savages. One cscapod to Galtiano, gathered seventy men and started for the scene. Ju held them olf with a part of his force and deliberately slaugh tered the thirty. They then retrsated to the Sierra Mad res. Friends of the vic tims buried the dead and found besides the Mexicans, four Americans from Grant county, Now Mcxico. Tho Americans were cattle merchants who had boon in Chihuahua. Co!«1 Wrstlier. Chicago, Dec. 7—It was extremely cold last night and to-day. the wavo extend ing over tho wholo of tho northwest and the thermometer ranging last night from zero to 10 bolofc. At Sioux Falls, Dak., this morning it was 12 nbove to 14 below. At Peoria it was 8 degrees below. Mo It was a terrible night on tho lake and sevoral orafts wore uuable to make tho harbor aud were frozon up. The harbor is being iced over tliis morning. Cleveland, Deo. 7—Travel on tho Lake Shoro route is delayed by hoavv snow. Now York, Deo. 7—Thoro will bo con siderable delay in tho cable business to day owing to the land lino interruption London, Dec 7, 7 a. m.—There aro twonty-iive steam fire engines now pluy iug on the ruins of tho Royal Albambra I England^ causeTby"'^ he'avy" (now theatre but owing to the grout height of the minarets it is impossible) for the water to reach them. Tbo sonthern miu arets are still burning and the dumago to tho surroundigg property is groat. 6t01.m All dresses, properties, scenery, musio ™ont Tl»® Jury Disagree. New York, Poo. 7—Tho Belmout-Dcvoo caB0 LOCIS BLANC. give, increasing the amount of reduction Paris, Dec. 7—The funeral of Louis to $75,000,000 or $80,000,000. It is np Blanc was at the expense of the state. I parent from the statements of Judge into and shattered the cars, making quite FIRE RECORD. MACHINE SNOP. Kingslaud, N. J.. Deo. 7— The Iiacka wana machine shops burned. Loss, $70, 000 insured. AT LEADVILLE. Leadville, Doe. 7—Tho Texas house, tho largest gambling house in tho west, burned with its furniture. Tho loss was heavy. PROPERTY DESTROYED. ended to-day by the disagree- th® i,H7 «ey were dis chargod. The jury stood eight for con viction and four for acquittal. Scuttled and Sunlc. Collingwood, Dec. 7—The aft por I tiou of the steamer Oneida burned this morning at tho dook. She was souttled and sunk. Insured for $35,000. The Weather. Washington, Deo. 7—Upper Missis- oa, Mis90Uri valley8i coU and fnir weather will continue, variable winds, high but falling barometer. The Internal Revenue 11111. Washington, Dec. 3—It is understood tion from the mountain districts of Hun-1 that an attempt will be made to have gary to America has caused the Hunga-1 the internal revenue bill now pending in rian government to request Austria to I the senate recommitted, in order to clear stop all emigrants not provided yrith a the field tor the preparation and presen passport. tation of another bill more comprehen- BEGUN I wm. D. Kelley, chairman of tho ways r, ... -p. ...land means committee, that ho prefers Dublin, Doc. 7 The trial of Patrick j.jje paBSag0 0 Higgins, Thomas Higgins and Miohael ther reduction by means of another bill. Flynn, for the murder of the Huddly's Mr. Kelley is still anxious to secure the has begun abolition of the whole system, but he 1 to tho damage to railway property will be heavy. No lives lost. BOILER EXPLOSION. New Orleans, Dec. 7—The passengers saved from the steamboat Morning Star, I which exploded her boiler yestoday, stated that she was racing with tho Sun-1 beam when the disaster occurred. the pending bill and fur- says that he will not oppose auy meas ure that by its radical character might CASUAliTIES. prevent any reduction of taxes whatever at the coming session. He has not had ANOTIIER SMASH-DP. I an opportunity to confer with senators Syracuse, Dec. 7—This morning a stock and representatives upon the subject, train, bound east on tho New York Cen- aud cannot tell what action he may favor ,, I until he has talked with them and espe tral railway broko asunder near Mem-1 cially with the members of his commit phis, and another stock train following tee. He is in a practical mood and de was dashed in a general heap. Tlie St. sires to co-operate with others in the Louis express going west, then rushed 8uPPort ot. tr'os°. th® measures which may .. ,. seem most practicable. In his opinion pres8 bill for the abolition of the a respectable grand total of disasters in I entire system at the coming session a comparatively short space of time. I would endanger all. He would like to Considerable live stock was killed and ??e ,,, tinued, but if he cannot get all he wants now hG wi ta It is announced that the tariff com mission will present its report to the president Monday in manuscript, aud send manuscript copies to tho two houses of congress. I,nteHt by Mail. Cedar Rapids, Deo. 5.—E. H. Israel, clothier of this city, closed to-day. Lia bilities reported to bo $40,000 assets unknown. St. Louis, Dec. 5.—About 150 convicts of the Chester, 111., penitentiary, wero leased to day to Thos. Mitchell of Bloom ington, 111., at the unusual high rate of seventy-five cents per day for each man Boston, Deo. 0.—License or no license was the maiu issue in the towu elections of Massachusetts to-day. While many towns voted no license, tho majority at tho present report seem in favor of li censo. Philadelphia, Dec. 5.—One of Wm, Arrotta mills on Tyler street burned to night. It was occupied by Jager & Co manufacturers of woolen yarn. Total, loss, $130,000. The stock was fully in Bured small insurance on the building. Bismarck, Dec. 5.—Several largo real estate transfers have been made here lately, aggregating over $300,000. To day tliere is great excitement, owing to the sale by the Northern Pacfiic railway of 160 acres adjoining town for $50,000, it is to be platted immediately Milwaukee, Deo. 5.—Large deposits of iron and lead have been discovered in John C, rocord of burials at tlioooinotory showed that in two mouths fifty-live bodies hiul been buried in one grove. Tho elato meutorentcd a Rcnsatiou among tbo uu ?'T,0' !®'c "d,luta committed in dofault of So,000 for a further hearing. wit"Krent A. Goss of Hudson filed articles of associa tion with the secretary of state of the Jackson County Iron company capital, 36,000,000. Denvet, Deo. 5.—Jamas A. Flemming Bond I staking an artesian well at a point 100 miles east of Denver on government ™ih„ I ssMrihS W7oZ gravel deposit eight feet in tbickncss with a hard sand stone bed-rock which will bo the bed of a subterranean stream with dn inexaustible flow of clear water. Now York, Dec. 5.—The first case under the new penal code, whereby a would-be suicide is guilty of felony, punishable by imprisonment not to exceed two years, or a fine of not more than $2,000, or both, was up in tho Essex Market police Charles Fiok, a German llis life by inhaling charcoal fumas in his room. Chicago, Dec. 5.—The pslice made a raid on the gambling holses to-night. Up to midnight several placos had been raided, including that of Mike MoDoual, known here as the boss gambler, and a prominent figure iu local politics. He has heretofore escaped all the pulls and has. been looked to by other gambling house keepers for protection against raids. A large number of inmates wero arrested and the gambling implements confiscated. Towanda, Pa., Dec.5.—An accident on the Lehigh Valley railroad occurred at Summerneld, caused by a misplaced switch. A freight train on a siding was run into by an express train. Engineer Faulke and Fireman Kingsland of the freight train were burned to death, and R. M. Mullon, brakeman, badly hurt. Both engines are a total wreck. The baggage, express and sleeping coach burned. Also the mails. No passengers were injured. Chicago, Deo. 5.—President Wood of the First national bank of Denver bag written two more letters to Chicago bankers in regard to the losses of his bank by mail. Ho says the losses must occur in the east, as thus far the stealings have only been in through pouchcs to New York and New England that with in the past year his bank has lost paper of the valuo of half million, and banks in Colorado a million and a half of dol lars. Ho says ho tried the policy of si lence for a year in tho hope than tho post-ofllce department would do some thing to cure tho evil. Failing in this he determined to try tho policy of pub lic exposure. Philadelphia, Dcc. (5.—Three men woro arrested ,lnst night while driving a wagon containing dead bodies stolen from Lebanon oometery, and two arrests were made to-day. Th#r wero given hearing in tho police court to-day. And one of tho criminals testillod that ho had been emplovod in tho OMpetery eleven yours, and that body-nrflKoblng had been going on for nine years. Tito difficulty pro- vented the crowd from lynching the criminals, who woro conveytd to the Chestnut Htroet station. Chicago, Doo. 6.—Albert C. Jordan, nn Iowa dry goods dealer, was arrested aud brought before Justieo Fislior tliis mora 'W,u i\°!'.?r«0 of P''l,i«ry compliant of l,d. F. Tomas, a broker of this eitv Jordan gave bail and tho caso will lia hoard to-morrow. Turn tin swears ni his complaint that on the 10th of last July Jordan went beforo Justice lSravton, and on oath said that thirteen cases of dry goods aud notions had beeu stolen from him. Also that ho believed the property to be secreted in the store-house of the Chicago storage company, corner Van liuren and Fourth avenue. Tomas says that on the strength of these repre sentations, all of which woro false, and known to bo by Jordan, the latter ob tained a search warrant and secured tho property, noue of which rightf oily be longed to him. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH WALL STIIKBT. STOCKS—Dull. MONEY—$1.00. GOVERNMENTS—Unchantrde S1.20K 5B, $1.01?u. 4!4H. $4.13 4R, NK\V YOLLK. Now York, Dcccmbcr 7. WHEAT—Lower, No. 2, red Dec. tl.Q89»®l.Q0: Jan. Feb. $I.1B COHN—Mixed Western HIHK, 4 future*, G3K@73?AO. OATS—'Western, 40©48. Pous—Nomiuai. Now $18.75(2.$ 19.00. LAUD—$n.ro. CllICACiO. Chicago, Dfcccmber 7. WUKAT—Steady, regular, UllMo for December 01-tfo for January Feb. for May winter, 01 spring 94%. COHN—Firm, higher 5!!4o, cosh 5"»c Dee. and year 54% Jan. bid for May. OATS—Strong, higher, iW« cash U57# year jJi'uC for Jan. a07ac for May. KYK—57. BAULKY—78C. WUISKY—$1.17. FLAXSEED—$1.13,* POUK—Stronger 5=17.35 cash, December turn year $17.00 Jan. LAUD—Stronger $11.05 for cash Dec, m.-i year $U.G7|.j Jan. Hog receipts—41,000, Slow, 10c lower li^ht :rt.85($ti.4() mixed packing, 50 heavy.. MM0MW). Cattle receipts—fi,000. Steady, exports. $5.1M ©5.1W& good to choice shipping, 5.10(^5^5 common to fair, 4.00^1,00 bmchcrs, 2.20iiiMKJ stockers firstname.lastname@example.org. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, December 7. WHEAT—Steady, quiet, No, 2, hard, 0l?a cash 95o Dee. 05?B Jan. No. 3, 70c No. 4, 03c. COUN—Weaker, 55'4. OATS—Firm, 3ft. BYE—Kasier 50. BARLEY—72'/a. ke a part. He desires the passage of the house bill now pending in the senate, and would then favor a separate bill relating to the tax on tobac co, or the tax on tobacco and spirits. Yankton Prices. Yankton, December 7. WBKAT—NO. 1, 77cenU. OATS 20&25O BARLEY :W BYK JHK&tK)o POTATOES UU&2R*o FLAXSEED IUM&URO IJIVE HOGS $r».50&}f».7R New Corn 25c(&:t2 SPECIAL. NOTICES. ]?1NE POULTRY FOH 8ALK-I have a few A very choice Plymouth llock chicks, June hatch, bred by the Amcricau Poultry Associa tion, which 1 will sell at $1 per trio. MUS. 8. N. BUKDICK. WANTED—A fjirl competent to do general housework. 1\IH8. 8. WILLIAMS, Capital 8t., bet. 4th A Tith. DOOH,Mormann SILL AND WKATHKU 8TIU1\~.J, .C. has the agency for a patent cast iron door «U1 and weather strip, and is prepared to supply the public with this valua ble inveution. Price $1.25. TOOM TO HENT—Comfortably furnished room to rent. *'pply at northeast corner of Comfortably 4 Cedar and Bceond streets. 31. P. DOWLlNCh \XrANTED—A jfirl competent to do general 1 houKcuiork can lind ntoudy employment at $ir».iK per month with Mrs. A. Unities, Vatik ton, Dakota. WANTliD—Apply to G. W. ltOBIiHTS, lilSGIN to look for the Holiday's at H. G. 3J CI:irk it Co's. tho Jewelers. OST—A Golii Sleeve Uutton. The tinder will be rewarded by leaving it at thiB olliee. "j^JOTlCE of Chattel Mortgage 8alc—blanks for sale at i'ress and DakotJiian ollicc. TENEMUNT LEASE BLANKS—For landlord and tenant—for sale ut this ollicc. l^OUND—A gold pin with a monogram attach ed. A name is engraved MI at this oflice. iho pin. Apply W^ANTED girl to assist in Reneral houso work. Mrs. W. L. DOW, eorncr of l*'ourth and Green street. TL^OI. KENT—Front riwrne over Shnuer's store, -1- Third street, near Cedar. Enquire of F. J. DEW ATT. WOlt SALE Oil RENT—Will Bell low, or rent at reasonable rates, :I very I:OOI) second lnuid Piano. JOHN L. PENNINGTON. l\JOTICE—DWELLING FOlt RENT—The dwellingoccupied by Tom. Marshall will be for rent from Decembor first next. WM. P. DEWEY. For Sale. ^pHE &USE corner of Fourth and Tine streets, Yankton. This house is as thorough ly built na any in the city, and will bo sold at a great sacrifice. Any one iu want of agood home will do well to confer at once with N. K. BUOWN Burlington, Vermont. YXTANTED—A good business man. under thirty-five years of age. would like to in vest from ?3,000 to $5,000, and associate himself with an A No. 1 man in some good, paying and Browing business. General merchandising,and a business already established, where moro capital would be desirable, preferred. Address with particulars, 1 IK y, c. Oil H. Philadelphia P. O., Philadelphia. Pa. am How Much Bid for: Tiic "White House mid Lot oil Capital .street formerly owned l»y C. It. lirnmltle. Wirt lively and yet a bargain. J. I*. HVVWAfU), Agent. GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. TRADB MARK,, Tm: (litK.vr TRADE MARK KN(II,IHII KEJIK 2tY. An unfail ing cure for Heminai Weak ness, spcrmator hea, im|otcncy and all diseases that follow nsa scguenceof self abuse a« Ions of AfTER TAIIM.Tnomory, titiiv r|[FOII TAKIIS. sal Ia*mliidc, Pain in the JlacW, Dimness of Vision* Prcmaturo Old Age, and many other diseases that lead to Jnsaoity or Consumption and a Premature Grave. la^Pull particulars in our pamphlet, which wo desire to nend free by mail every otic. TheHpecifio Medicine in sold by nil druggists at ono dollar por package, or six packngon for lite dollars, or will sent free by mail on the rccrint of I no money, by aJdrr*Ming 11 AY MKDKCINKCO., llufTaln, N Y. On account of counterfeit*, we hare adopted tho Yellow Wrapper the only gonuiue. Uimr. ant** tff euro issued IOld in Yankton by MJLL8 A WtKCJIT.