The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on May 12, 1899 · Page 2
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 2

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Friday, May 12, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEEB TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1899. n i on n d J gl U Z e The Entire Stock of COHEN-GUMBINER CO., Consisting of 11 13 Mil I I II I II 1 saB Jcii Bp t rj QDua r 9 I Slightly Damaged by Smoke and Water. ii We Have Settled With the Insurace Companies at X DO Li The Insurance Companies' Loss and Your Gain. This oppor unity will be tho only chanee of a lifetime to purchase CLOTHING and FURNISHING G000S, HTS AND CAPS, at Prices Never Before Heard of in the Black Hills. Call early to avoid the rush, and get the Choice of the Goods LEAD. S. D.! COHEN-GUMBINER CO., Masonie and Odd Fellows Building Corner Main and Bleeker Streets mot. beeai able to firmly post himself elsewhere. The Dreyfus caee ihas from Its very i beginning contained all the elements of mystery, totrtgue,' deceit, plot and In Che recent negotiations the Tagala Easy . EasyioGpc: o-ih, prompt, uuiii 1 FIRST NATIONAL BAIil cannot te said to have reached practi- j counterplot worthy of a work of fis THE 0EADY00D PIONEER CgTABiUBHKR JUNE I.-.H7. THEJUCK JILIS TIMES. - . At'8TABtJ8HI1' APRIL T. Istf.'-" CONSOLIDATED HAT 14, 1887. cal v4ews. They sought a recognition- It latest development 4ntroduc- OEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. United States r epository. of taelr Coagrees. which would be weird tale of a woman's trip to a equivalent to recognizing their gov- forest near Parie, where she and her eminent In a word, they urge their ' accomplice burled a bundle of alleged CASH PAID IN 8100,000 SURPLUS SI60,OOC original olalm. The conferences have , document (beneath a tree. The tan- done good in making known Che Aroer- portant part of this etrange tale, H it DIRECTORS: YIONBKB-TIMES PUBUSHINO CO lean offer of full amnesty, without any be true, is the statement Chat among 0. J. SALISBURY. T. J. QRIER.P. E. 8PABKS, P. A. GUSHUESl form -of reoognHion. By toying down 'these oonoealed papers are letters , d. a. Mcpherson. their arms and going to work, ackoowl- written by Ehnperor Will lean to Drey- OFFICERS: !:mi n.TMUM Of IDBSORIPTION: l i rlMJLYahrnr Morning, "Bxospt Monday ."" Moot'..;.....'..,..., i 09 'gaKLYlsauaa tovary Thursday. eding the sovereignty of fine United The statement to on Its face etates, the Tagals who have bean fight- ihighly improbable, and would appear Cashier V. A. McPHBBS President.... 0. J. SALISBURY Vice-president T. J. GKltCK Assist, ashler... J. S DENHrt log have an equal chance to take part to be (he tale of a woman either mad DM TNI , M Month t.r. ..... ..,.,... ) 00 S in the future administration of affairs, or-seeking notoriety; but It may prove as far as this government deems It wise a flnsi provocation o( that definite Painter, Paper Hanger. Kalsominer. Having secured the paint shop formerly occupied by Williams k Son under the new Western Union Telegraph office, I am prepared to promptly execute all orders for house paintinp. paper hanging, calcimlnlng. Glazing ana all work of that character. I shall employ only first -class workmen and -will guarantee satftsfaotlm (t will not be how cheap I can do work, but how good. Trial orders sollaiod. O. C. LACKOUS. to grant home rule. That it will do statement about this affair which the sfeUrtd as n1-CUm Hatter at th Deedwood Postoffloa. much In this direction Is proved oy the authorities at Berlin have more than policy adopted in Porto Rico and Cuba, onooe threatened to make public. It is not be purpose of the United ! 0 , States' in the PniTlpplnes to withhold ' The loyal people of Chicago gave THE fimjArrfON IN , LUZON. ' T . At no previous time has our army NEW GOODS! from the natives an function or oce their answer, :tn crowded gatherings vpereuns , norm or Manila Men1 o they can " All safely and eoientlw. i. that applauded patriotic speeches, to -WeH posted for effective and 'decisive ' work. It Is moving along a railroad, In the Followlno; at Thus far the fighting has been to quiet the title group of copperheads who an Important fact, insuring the beat the . sovereignty. The TagaJs have h endeavored to advocate treason In made no offer to submit to the supreme city. It 1s only necenary to re- posstbta line of supply. , - Probably the authority of the United States, and r1ew the facts to dissipate even the recent eonferenoea under flag of truce ' were 7 Bought, y , the TagaJ leaden juntil they do military operations must hadow of an excuse for the-amtude of be vtgoroualyy pushed. ' ..those who would giive aid and comfort o l?3ltolTeorgaalaethlr Furniture, Refrigerators, j - io a half-savage insurrection against OPERA HOUSE. ...... j One Week Commencing Monday, May 8, hausted end scattered forces, out the pause -was also ueefta to our" "tired " It Is a singular and lamentable fact th authority of the United States, or that the superior branch of our local lbo would Impede the government in , troops and to get'Lewton's regiments legislaturs is lesponsible for the fcoj.fTilflnteg its) International obiigataona into, the position. desired. The active ' American divisions at ths front must nrs to secure the $500,000 bond Issue ."owwin of patriotism In tba iLAYTONffi number 8.000 or 10,000 men, and. ur; tot uie aemoimon or tine old vura vr ae mw or lineal n. is a foity-second stireet roeoi loir'and lay-' go3Aotat: and ' overwhelming lag the, foundation of the new Public ,Pnee to the pusillanimous fsJseboodt Baby Cabs, Go-Carts, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Stoves and Hardware JUBILEE Vi INGE R W The'LealinCpIored. , Library.- It is even' more singular that tlt tnMJX without, a country Atkln-! so Important a work the Brooklyn ". whosa criminal rUy disowned ; . massed, could strike the enemy an ab ,hlir crushing blow. iLawton's tar- reachlng movement to the right was ,.S:. o able piece ot atrategyi,' cutofl retreat In that direction a matter of ' w tou5 ni.; for from that quarter, , M left open, the American rear could fce threatened moat readily,' or a tmc- membership should be able to nold up 7 tbo society Oat opposes the u i Lonccn company the tHn tbrougk petty spite over a dl-'5tte11dan 01 CSrisUan dvillsation and MR. FRBIDEailCK SPENCER, Violinist riskJa of general approprtatlonsJ The eH-wernment to the Philippines. now ! i O i -!'- Brooklynites, It is said, hare r - . '- n.n.rninff ur been pJacated and will at tomorrow's I , wn. rormea With tha f ,000 -or - M.OOO - Tagals under arms aoutheajat of Ma meeting of -the : Council kindly - eon- Also Second Hand Goods Always on Hind at Bargain Prices. ,. r The nnderstrnsd hrr - BBui tin m iiss sent that the metropolis shall pro- nila., eGn, lAina muet'toe puuled for , a defenalTe plan. Thus far be has re. treated along tho railroad, tie needs 2 Sopranos .2 Comedians :; A PHENOMENAL CONTRAUrO. MAiE QUARTETTE. ; 2 Honrs of Fun and Metodj. Prices, 25, 33 and 60 cents. ; to acquire ,t, contempt great gS MOUTH'S "ARK" " "'uu" aoxnuon. as gooa as new. . pedal : attention al that theaa statesmen from over the mattress ork.!- Work taken wnat remains of k la the rear' to -bring up auppliea and to more troops. Bridge would like as a bait for ' their 'oon will be delivered at acquiescence. wUl thev tW. ..v " ,Unt- 69 Sherman Yet he loHt at CsJumpit the beet poai - ' .,.r , . . . .- i.l i. ,. -- . v - 70 Sherman Street. , . . : I- .. " ' 1 . . . , , . I J. t ". -i -. nou along tne emke line, and has . r- vi , ... T . without reserve?. Seats on sale at FrankUa's ' drag i " r. w; u pnspffiR. tore. 11 1 n Hi"! in y t rt 1 1 1 M-H-t i M (I

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