The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on April 9, 1899 · Page 1
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Sunday, April 9, 1899
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V. The Daily IONEERrTlMES jyEAB. DEADWOOD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), HUNDAY MOKNING, APRIL 9, 1899. FIVE CENTS. P FELL UNDER A TRAIN urusfiru inn jrnrLTiruiru" nnjviru uxnnnnjrru injininjvvrutnruinj, ADVANCE BEGINS The Qld Reliable Druggist Employe of the Kildonan Plant Lawton Starts Towards ed to the injured man after he had been removed to the hospital. It was found that in addition to having the leg cut off by the car wheels at the knee, the bone was badly broken, and the flesh torn for several inches above the knee joint. This oompeilel thj doctors to make an amputation al-nJost at the hip join:, leaving enougn flesh and skin o form a flap and cover the end rjf the bone. Tin h ft i' g dinner. Mr. Bryan's telegram to Mr. Brewster, received today, Is as follows: "Lincoln, Neb., April 7, 1899. E. V. Brewster: Will attend dinner April 15. All speakers should be supporters of the Chicago platform. W. J. B." It, ha been decided ito add the name of Judge yarvin of Ohio to the list of speakers. The treasurer Mieves that all of the 3,000 tickets for the dinner will .soon be disposed of. the Rebels South of Loses a Leg In the Yards. Manila. a I D nnMntimm was also set, and--tRfi" va"'ous wound-about the body attends, to while tlv parent vas under the affeets 'f tin He Attempts to Board a Mov- JftllUr IS A'SO rieuaimu chloroform and ether. I ne iociors Establlsed in 1876. KIRK G. PHILLIPS. I carry the finest line of Cigars, Stationary, Per-fumery, Toilet Articles, Cutlery, Eye Glasses, Spectacles and everything found in a first-clacs city drug store, and I guarantee better prices than can be found west of the Missouri river. Those intending to Paint will make a mistake ii they fail to get my prices on Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window Glass and all Painters Supplies, which I warrant as to quality and at lower prices than ing Freight and Falls Headlong. were worhine over him for about two Demand Release of Prisoners. Madrid. April 8. Special. Silvela has announced, that as soon as the rat-ifk-uitions i)f tiie peace treaty have ieeii exchanged lie will demand the rela.s'r of all Spanish prisoners held by bhe Filipinos, in accordance with the provisions of the treaty. hours an4 they thought from the man K, Advance North of Malolos. .ii fi KnnriaJ. General ner in which Clevelanl revived after the effect of the anaesthetics had passed away that he would feet along all right. It was noticed all through the igU AiHu " Lafayette Cleveland, an employe at the Klldonon chlorlnaJtion plant in operation of amputate n that his pulse beats wer normal, despite the t.hioro- tonight began me auvauc Filipinos wouth of Manila, nuttixl comprises the Fourth Pluma slipped and Tell in trying to get aboard a moving train in the upper Cardinal Vaughan For Pope. Paris, April 8. The London correspondent of Le Martin says that the suc can b purchased elsewhere in the Black Bill. fwm and eher, and this was regarded as a favorable indication. j, fourteenth infantry. Nortl fc Mjlio and Washington volun-ttaee army gun boats. His nxinrinjxrm rmriruinnxi rinruxnn Mr. Clevdand regarded his misfor cessor of Leo XIII will be Cardinal Vaughan, archbishop of Westminister. Is made up of all trained tune like a philosopher yevierday A Pioneer-Tim) repfv.-ntative was admitted to his room in the aftemoc-b. It is declared 'that his eminence was L and an aggressive campaign approached recently on the subject, but has not yet given his answer. Eng and heard hs acco iu'. of the accident part of the Dead wood yards yesterday morning, and in falling he waj thrown under one of the cars in such a manner that his right leg was severe I near the knee by the car wheels. Th-; accident was not seen by any of the train men, and Cleveland lay on the ground for several minutes before he attracted any attention. J. G. Keith, tue dairy man, was passing along the raid near where the accident happened, and picking Cleveland up, started w." i him for the hosniltal. lish Catholic circles are assured that pffC0(L The objective point is the iwof Laguna lake. 0i MacArthur to preparing u (wn upon the insurgents gath- He stated that i't wis all his own fault; he should not have attempt I to get on THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK the election of the English prelate is cw tain. Germany is said to be the he train, and tha: liV i-ould not blame any one at Jl. Ho :;wd ne did not uCilumpit, north of Aiaioio. Lais 1n that vicinity number sev prime mover in this new movement. The vam will be- think the trannien knew anytnins -if the incident, as there was ucne vf them When ihe kaiser found it impossible to have his favorite cardinal named LwdiaiteJy. in sights H appreciate-1 the treait- he is said to have turned in and work ed for Cardinal Vaughan. Fully one Deadwood, South Dakota. RESOURCES: March 5th, 1895, $256,199.69 March 1st. 1899, $642,815.00 he was receiving at the hards of tin1 sisters of th hospital, and was bear Daily Mail te Damon. . . . ; I o r, I third of the Italian cardinals are said to be favorable to his candidacy,. Three Wfll, D. " - Vp -ill. ing his misfcrtune a murmur. ianraiom government jut Mr. Cleveland is a man about 23 French members of the sacred college i contract for a daily ija.ii be- years old, am came to ueaawooa Skaguay and Dawson Cy. from Coveridfe, Nb. He lives on are also laboring to bring over the other French cardinals to support Mgr. Vaughan. Stuart street, uid has a wife. The lat-ted Is in a deicate condition, and the Troops Maying In Spain. rid, April Special. The xov extent of her husband':-! injuries have All has comimenoad moving its Branches of Banking Business , Transacted. been kept fron her, tor fear of tiie ef The accident happened about C o'clock in the morning. Cleveland was starting for Pluma to go to work, and freight train No. 116 was just pulling out of town on Hhe Burlington for 'he south. Some of the men who live in Deadwood and work at the Kildonan had been in the habit of boardng the early morning train and getting a ride. Only Friday morning Cleveland aria two others did this, and Cleveland v-as looking for the same lift yesterday morning. He was carrying his dinner pail and as the last box car in the train passed him he attempt i to board it. He took hold of one ol the steps, and ran along with the train for several yards, when, seeing that the train was going too fast, he let go. He was running faster than he imagined, i north, which lias cause great fect It might lave upap her. Mr. Cleveland was resting easily at the lent, as the fear is gjpnral tha: Blown Up By Dynamite. Vetrsburg, lad., April 8.--Special. John CWringtoa, wife and two chll dren were blown Co atoms today by dynamite Carrington was thawing out the explosive under the stove In his house. Dlion is at bund. time the last vord was received from the hospital, aid iiie doctor- were uf the pinion tha; he wouii pass through fenditi Surrender In ftiba. Uie ordeal l key. de Cuta, April Specla DRAFTS ISSUED on China, Manila, Havana, Pnrto Rico, Africa, England, Franco, Germany and all Parts ol Mm World, at lowest market rates. COLLECTIONS mad carefully and accounted tor promptly. We are prepared to Furnish money at Reasonable Rates of Interest to any extent Warranted by borrowers iWof the bandits wb ave feiven - o Frencl Paper Fined. laWtties ho nuch itfwMe have How Teachers Shall Dress. Chicago, April 8. Special. (An has gone forth that school teach hotawl- Thirty-tr in Jail, Paris, April 8. pecdal. The Figaro fctt were lalle1e8ltline arrest. was nnwl 0t bundired francs today for ers must wear skirts reaching to not and when he let go he stumbl -nS ivii. rua dinner pail was under him responsibility or collaterals. TTTTH IS PISTIXOT1 V JuUUTE- J. less than tmvr l.- - - ie biggest kind off a row is brooding April 8. Special Indica- printing the secret (testimony before the court of caseation in the Dreyfus case. The Figaro stated that Majo" Hartman, the artillery expert, testified that the bordereau was not the work over the order. as he struck the ground, and assisted in throwing him towards the rails, so Chat his righic leg was caught by the strongly thai the Fifth HOME i Tor . r . out flreof iVr or out Friday morning was of o Seeking a Pardon. wheels of the caboose. His left leg suffered a com pound fracture of the origin. The surviving of an artillery officer, and contained Chicago, April 8. Special. Charles ytn positive that H was not Accounts of iianks. Corporations and Individuals solicited. Correspond enoe Zzxtrlted. nothing to implicate Dreyfus. W. Spaulding, the defaulting president Mf t basement expJadon, as bone of the ankle Joint, and there seem ed to be a severe puncture, but that leg will be saved, as the wheels did not of the Globe Savings bank, now serv Paul Rewman and wife arrived yes- ing a term In the Jollet penitentiary, catch it Cleveland has numerous cuts Jbarday from Phoenix, Art 7,00a, whither o ftwld All B Silver Men. has applied for a pardon. Mr. Rewman was called more than ten about his body, and several cuts on his DIRECTORS: E. ADAMS. JOHN TftEBEJL m York A nHl c nrin, t days ago on account of Mrs. Rewman's head, which he must have received r O An Investigation Started. New York, April 8. Special. An as fkm Is concerned lest the Doll- serious illness. The latter Is still very from Some of the protruding beams o.nd goatu et mixed at the low, and her strength is almost gone, along the bottom of the cars, as there HARRIS FRANKLIN, President. BEM BAER, Vice PVosMeaL t hut it is believed that the change to the WML SELBIE. Cashier. is no other way to explain how they were Inflicted. WWtform dollar teat. il-fwrkhtoeoppoaecatB of the pol- sembly committee was appointed this morning to investigate Tammany's ad , I Black Hills climate will assist her to ri iin n rvinrw " Ktofl to hare a ibearjnf at the Dr. Torrance and Dr. fiobum attend regain her former theatth. ministration of municipal government f Prices Lower ttian any ' 'X Ik Up-To-Date iry- Goods Housel I House in the Land I IfWERS WERTHHE 4- 2PES 1 ES" O E M 2L, 1 1 1- ! I j I I j- -fr .4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.-4. ,. .j.. . rj. .. 4. 4. .j. . 4. . j .. j "fr f 4- n If the word Bargain has any meaning we are going to do the Dress Goods 1 Eetailingof Deadwood this week for we are going to sell. 39 BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING. nf TTio-h Class Dress Goods at the lowest prices Deadwood has ever seen. We are showing all the latest Novelties that are worn this season, such as Orepons, Cheviots, Serges, Poplins, Venetians and Coverts, and invite the ladies J to'call and see them. 1 4 iTTinltTiui 1 1 1 1 u tj t i illlin y 1 t ihi if if i ft ii?f i tin in it ' ' V.,.;

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