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Pioneer HE JAII X - DEAIVU0l, X. I. ( II LACK HILLS ),WEIXKSDAY, SEl'TKM ltl'.i; l'.'i five c j:ts. A IMES M. PALMER THE WILD WEST FOR COWBOY TEDDY DIES AT HIS HOME " A -. I sa id before, the ixip iij -r -vi w i hi- situation. i-ria!i in X' hra -La. with . onsni, , a nl. ahum, am I wical not want to .-ho.il.l.a i--.iit Sibil.' v fur the om.'iiiiir." lv . ,.,hy iani!ii ant i- I h. .: . I loii Mr. Iii all ! lis.- .n :- m o I . , r la I I' pomp I. t - 1 li 1 aovi l a iii n t Ii ' iii I'liM.ini i '.'' a,' . lainnma I h,' fir -I I ic : mil'- - I a -1 liar !'i inn I . i : i " ! a , i ... -i '. a a - ,i -I a In oia i. a ! ii.huN ; then minors excepting I, in ii o of H i , i'it which Vill bo sub-, alio I in .r ial rai on The men are - ,, i-m il a il l t i ' t a: ti lo work. It i- h .i iii" -en leu. i iit will I'.uve a r .i 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 it i n'ci I on Hi,- il.siinti's af- :, . i - u 4 t he ni la a- nun' -. Will End Boer Resistance. i.ii!iiX S, 1 t . S j " i.ii i; I )is-- !.i - 1 1 oil .i I . Ii" . II oia Ian cll7.tr 'a a : ,i i I , a I 1 " u lli.it I In- I Will- . ,. . . i i a a 11,' all in- ll ' ' ;r.l I II I o a FAMILIES ARE j SHORT OF FOOD Unions Will Have to Establish Stations and Distribute Food. 111 " ; .':! ::!)Vivm states Lin !, m-d l,i ' '"' He will .-..ntiriu.. thm ih.- .Vo.thucstcrn state-Better Race Relations. 'I ' ' c;;i i ! . n i ; u , n r "' ' 'I in- !i from ii !i part of th.-:' - M -tales a --. 'ii III- 1 1 la-' . 1 ' ' an ; nidation of il.. ISe!i":u Nemo . -r,,'aa i ion . Th- " tr. 1 :(. i- Hi U r.. ::' !'ooi.. T VP, i -ii. , ,,, ; "" "f m :i o. - - !. , . : 1 lo an i I" -' .. r :a . ' I ,' . '. I a i a i i ' : ; i 1 1 ' j a ; a : i a - a ' Colorado Greets Roosevelt With Cheers and Great Candidate for the Presidency in 1896 Dies of Heart Failure- II ' I ' I . V Ii' -pa. Enthusiasm. Hi i. a ' the ,111.11 a i with I'a a a a , I to lr I ' I : . , a a " ' a 1 1 a . n A F.-.lac'Alai in. A nenciii TMnw.wl League. 'Mi'i ii- .-ml : . ' a i The Markles Effected a Com- - -a I : I rial. . will, , a . mi". I am! M... a J ' a jii . M! a I l i j Plr- .a:. I oil. S0l- ,', ; ,r n a ilo, a Ii. I W I m rili ' 1 1 , , I hi.!- .-h.iii -lair O 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I I ; oi a s -a i lira loll . . - ,11! .Ill i K . ' u i I i a ' ,o a ad Served as General. Governor and United States Senator. die.s Act as Escorts on Parade. Mr l I I : a I'll premise with the !; , :' ! ';;"' Yeddo Miners. ' , . '.' !,'.''.' i, i . ' . i' ','' ,;',,m '::: ' ii 'on. . . ii oi t - : t he p. ii ii e , , ,a . .. ,it. , ,,, , .,,,! 'h. pi . :- a i, lo - i " ll, ' . i'.r ' Tla I . v.'a I ; .K I'SP ;,1. ' : I - in ' ,, . s.- , :,, . ... l .i.'-.a ' ait I i a i . i a - : la., i c' 1 1 - t i I- i ... . ,, ; ; , , , a iw.. m. ' . .. ' " 1 1 a 1 .. . -: a i. . 'o ..'.r Im lo .a -I In- h a, 'I,'" t.i ' o In r' I 1 r lilnlr, ai" pi p. , :u a' In. .-I.P'.: h .. inn I Pal lie- In a 1 -h.i I .. ml po ; nt - H-. 1 1 -I II I o : ,- Pi... in ' a. I, a ,., , , ,i, n 1 Oct a I oi mil ,., t la- ' I l'eet ; - r - l, t - .- a y ll . . 1 1: nl w I i 1 a 'i ' IV ,irn, I '..In I h'i- ' :.i ' . - i li III" Ilia i,.., . - 1 1 ie-. a- I i-r il a mil a a . II I ) . I lap on 'P. I -1 a r - a a , I h l t ) HI - -ir.pP'.l vvltll til IH s I , !l !,' IP" . ii'i; p. mil' a la'l lonna on a i-a,. to ihrP'ii v .-in I , Penh nml.i an, I iioI'mmIv f.aitnl them. 1 1 I i l I . r,i . o- i 1 '.i i , at i al .lo ' ami Mall'. .V '. i. . .im .!.. i r He I . i . i a'r iola1'- 'lllei ! .. ! ! an:- - .. ii h. ' '.-.'. ...i.i.l i - In . srii.-. "ie o' ai a ; in. I i lllm, s.'i'i. -'M I lohii -l. i a'lncr. i I i i . n o i --, c . n.i 1 1 1;" :'i..:n y.-ncral in 111" ITnon REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETING. Arrangements are Finely Under Vy for the Roosevelt Reception. re a ! ' in-, i to liaht ! Si'KIX'il al.-O if juverlKir bat stare irmv mi: n1- : w lllll. I ' . -. ' i i a ,a a, , : .,r ie Trix. Ih n, hp, a , I I , ' Tin- I . ail a .....I Fight to Reduce Mecti I '1 1 !' ' i ; I II' S, : i J cainli'l it- iov 111.! l'ie.;Hl' m our years a-.o on th- KOhl ilrmoc. al. iet ilif'l irt 7 "'cl"k Uu Bomins l-:i. l,....t r.cliiic Vr la- I ! , Ih, ' ai 1 I. 1, e I I : :r ,.t llaa 'van!!. ! the hi" -t , at i 1 1 i -a , .i . M- mi- ' lieM -i i.'uuliir in. ' 1 a I I. .-.Hi" I in I. i'- I'.-l I'" -I" -1 . -. .'live -a ' : i 1 1 wa - - hi .a a "i . . (,f iii.-pl- tint ai.- iHn '. -1 ' a i,, iiiliia i;,.o , ami h. a'!;. t h. '. i i , . ifi f icail w i .,! -, a,, .Ie. ., ii n a. The in. ' ia ovtlir ii n i :i 1 a-. in .io,mo u. a .a-,' 1 1 y ,cclili' il 111 III" ,1 lealth. II' an 1 v-piiiritr ainl la' . I! ..nh I a piil ly a in I 1 1 ! !.v the .rel '!.!.. a u w . i .. : o o i 'I In. I U less than I !- h-iurs. 'I lie a, n John M.. ih 1 lirM ,:" i.'ht in Suit' ' oimtv. Kv ill S' ,. ai lr M7. In ! - :i he minaia'.-'l n tadiMHi .-....,. HI- 'H.-r.. Ii" .-"Ml .ll:,w ana w.i- ! f 'I l ''" t hat I,.,, I P. . , ! t 1 e 1 1 - - i 'Hi III , f ' t" iii" It I'm 1 I M A K,(H! a .a ;tl. ret -Stat.li- 11 fiouKla.s ami '' :l r nniiaaii ...-iv n'aili o. '.!.. I In II, -1 li ft, pi , a, I t ti ATTC'v, ''Tif'lS THE IMPCSGIELE. a,-!,.,-i..l M..- ta.e ,'liat. ' .0 M, 1 XV! Ill hi- pill IV "II III viwal'ol I"," 1 Mil-i . i.i'ini'ii'' -law. an.!' in '"'- 1 :Iiti-N,.1ira.-i a .1. tiiocrat. II- "ii: on ,(t fir. ai ih" I. -hini'" Who m for l.yiiiiin Ti iitHhi'll. ami lilt inuc. a- fl)rri-,,l thr Whitf liieiul'"! to la!-. a ii,.l ein t iiim.. In 1 M lr -I 'lit; a 11 no' In t i In I.. .! t, I'almiT nr.i'lr,! over the I P rention and was thereafter a i"lin'i lloati. II.- a- a Lincoln ele, lor i:i !W ami u a I'leleale III tile ll' ,i " vC'-;-'' Phllaillphl. Pa.,, May l4th,190O Thl8iiloertl-fyithatith' John E. Stotaon Company ha mads ' my hat8lforith.a.jatltwtylyars.ajiil .thay have always given, parlset 5" tif . n e.-t aia Hi.- old. airi're- nnpress at Vn-hin,i;ton. Iluiamr ;iie 'arh" rn.-r to th" ra-il; of maim- "a n i -ral of Mi'aiiieers. anil wa-s ' hos. ti ( up atlafaet Iod. '!-" "'a -ll, V : li..-lii'-- n ; i . : 1 .' ' - . f , ' "iff. V v '"A jovernnr m !m.v. in '"' h h" ' iff with ill" lihern reoiililiean air! jftf-r that In. vot. ,1 ami artnl with th.-Iimncrafs II" ha: heen a staunch r,ippora r ef ih - ii"s.r;t rol tniir I ra 4 " ' - V 1..: ami a 1 1 - ii--- I 'n ,'- ' - ! a. V-4 ;'' f 'V Col. Cody and the members of his t.imous troupe insist upon having "Stetson." There Is nothinp; like them. We are now offering a full assortment of k I a pie .soft hat and new effects In tourist t-hapes. JUST RECEIVED in New Stetson's and New Gotham's Fine Made-To -Order Suits This Fall ROSENTHAL'S PALACE Deadwooil .$..!.. Galvestun Saloons Open. ilAIA'KSTi i., Tex.. Sell'- si lial.-Thr Miiii-aia of th.. . !t liav-!..-in riaip. r.-l i n s- "i ,i 1 iloa.n !.un k.n mm vn r Ke,i np on i In' -- . , ' -Way. -Tli. y '.-a. nio-tly t 1 1 !.!.( r-t() hml :'i -en (.aid oh an. I w u.i 'i;ci spf-nt their v aac- for lienor. Good Government Places Opan.. WASHINtiTi '. ll (' . S'"'t- -A n".mli. r of . i , i . a . a a. i '..a timis ai e i .-i a. j.j.i . t a i ra ' ' country in, hi . Th" phu i te SUM crnhra. paoio-'a a plier -. .' :.a i 'l ami ar. !. . ! ai ainl im ,i.i:i Ital (!.a,ii;iil;aa, ... Ti.-on--' 'iaVii- 'J, Prat tic., I I h'tihha'-; " im i: " a aowl..k re -t eir i;a a ha '- (logy, may .'... an! Kin ii -! JftS WiU he I .til'-,' 4 'T I . S:a Cottcai Seed Cm .1 ( KSi iX. p.. ,'. n :'' : ' ; am im in 1 p-t The .la!-- ; - "II li: Cat. u- ma '" " of the ' o'f.ai ! a- . ry i.t-.'iii 'i'-.l v. ry lr ;jl:t i'. -..n.l '-"ml ah'-ali i Foreign Orders for Locornotivcs. I'HILAUKPPI I v. I'a.. :!. -Tie Baldwin i ,o tmmi a . W.nl.s ''' this city, haye jm-i husun wo, k on an order for tw. ait y-t wo heavy freta'nt 'o (oraotive. for nat on the ao-,a nira nl "lads of Xev; .-alauail. Six oii.cr locomotives am Penny limit lor th- 1 2jo linto Mmijiu' cmipany of Spain. : TfiHls a Ilriti-'h i orporat ion which ir- . .'"Sasedjn niini.n ore. The . .-i . unmade loconiotiv s exr.il all oth-i a - l.,.l Cmith n.i(i-str. lie. lih" eollll.. . ai. u ) ' Tie i ion . BRYAN'S MANAGERS ALARMED onu over. Looking For B-.,an Money. M-:V Vi ilIK S. pP -" Sp. Louis V. ih ii. ' I " " "' street brok. r. i.- '. i- '' ' mont'v ' P.e!l ha - a ! m ' a- -p.'' ,al t: r. . , ; .-. . , ,; ha.' en !'" an m -w I'a Electricity in Consumption. WTORK, Sent. 2.",. The tenth annnat mepiiier r.f tv, ir,-o,-i. an I nn.l dollars to h. t on Mi K:n atWThera initio association r.i. t o.i.ls of two in orm ha; IP - V L ,1 U ' 1 u i w w - . . . . ... A DEPOSITORY FOR THE Drafts and. Letters of Credit ; ; 3u3d Good in All Parts of the World. J ; ; ; COIiXiECTIOITS : Attended to Promptly and Intelligently J ii - - -,. ' . r , J HOITEY FUHITISI-TED t " 4 Tp anv cxortt warranti.il ' bv t)"rruv.crs names i r ' j . ,-,.lL,-f 1 1 re 'May. The nrocrnm is so ar- I. ' ' WSedthat the mPml, will not hein " Roosevelt in Denver fpnttn.. ... T'-iey Are Especially Fearfi.l That j Ilea. I " 1 He Will Not Carry Nebraska. I P;nn,. ' o OM'AHA. Neb.. S pt. J1 - A a- i ii j .-pen i, i ie.! Lincoln says th.- hrvan aiaiia- two j i -'.i .... a;,. il..cal"'ii.'. alan:i.'d o . r : '" i liuni: ,' . . m ,",,). li, not only in fin1' ao. : al i- . pond- :! lhraont the oii:rtr:-. h'H pain ainl ; j..f p-.- tn Xelirask,!. W'U-n haa a,..:i 1 Pkel.. th. ia'.rnisten of the populist, national j duti'm -i or.iniittee. who has chart" ..f the I ,1. .,K 1 ' lit van inter, .-ts at this point .ini'ln- j Foia . i i:es to five it oat that Hryan will ar- from "a pv Nebraska by l"i.'Miit niajori'v las an in'- ' ijtien.-- prove that he has no la 'h m war.! ai ill-- own assertions. ! Fit V A populist, lii-h in the. conn. iN of K'.w.. .-! ll,.- part-y. wh.Pn asked today abO'it the-1 Al :' --uuuuh attenciance. va tyiii't social rwes with scientifl,.' niatterp. frobably tlfe two most important mat- I IKNVKK. Co!o. S. i P-l r p' '. -I'--',ovcrnor RHievet ami pa: ty at .' here today. Th' y vv. re -xiv n a tn-mendous ovation Sena'cr I.o.lie an.'. V.olcott also spol.".' SENATOR HOyAR'S REASyONS. ! w a ' 1 1 - Z h!01, dle"s-io arp' Electri-JtaGyneroloF.v anii Present Rohn" I !t ' 01 Gynoeologists to Vse Electri- ...j..-. ...viv. iU lUUUIIIUOIS tne present mnAa nt t L. !!.!!. us-. ' ... Geo'."- I'm ai". . Ii-MiTi- tt a. 1 ' He Tells Why Anti-lmoeriaai-s Should Support MeKinley. TQPFKTt?0 Con3ress- . i-aa-.ioii. replied: ' 1'aik-r ..,..,,.. . cftorte,! -nt -nil -srtth ' -fr rm t n'dArtnnr- fwf ' 4 -' . ' . ;- -- i-Wilj. nui"ls Congress opened in ,m.,.ii',li!h.io- as they aiP. The j Hyrm r U. ha!t. XI M. Whir. : latl r Po8tmasteT General CHICAGO, Ills.. ..Sept . 2a . The repnb'.ican national i onmi is preparing to flood the conntrv wi-h do nments dnrinc; the last month oi the 'ampaien. Anions these v.iH is" one My Senator i.oar tellina "Wiry n:v o - uiwy amitti Secretary of lArfffA . i " "wii ciiiu v imam Accounts Solicitedi gnd , Correspondence lrvited. m J Our lonf exjicri'Ci ' e Black Hi!K .-s at li 7 v.. tr feature we have to contend ; B. (' ' "!. Georc (':' .ml v ;'i :- th,- pi!.oun'?i apathy of our f Polh"--.-11--'' ' i .oM". Bryan .-..mis to Kav'e lot a( T.!nd v:.-l-W. II. X'u.r-. aii ir" pm-t "of M drawiiie powers j Smi;h. v-' T M Nnlty.'Ti'f. I h.i" in l.inoJn. He conies and po? on W. .l.-i-'n. W. G. K ti'-u,ii.-i- Annrec table s.tten- I'Mat ..i Vi-' P. Caltioiln IsU ,rector f the good roads di- 01 the department of"grirul- ti imperialists should vote for ..l. K:n anions; prominent sfpeakers ( ley." inuuiuieniKpeasern r1 tha m T Iam- MrSmitli-s subject . . " Rural r. m-n .. -ervice of inti'iulin-r inv, -. irdAnson Hix'.y. G . a"!. Porter. Ja-6'1 Idi'- I Wir Guard the Legation. Ition. It is tn.e tWat lie is hirrins F : r.... .:.. , r"n biu KnOOC ll Til .1 K 1 n C ! V U 1 pi"i that - ,'i kmii ifliveiy, Jlr. Dodse "danA Ti wianrxn.T iN. t . mip- - " ' 1 i -7 ' - Gepiare ' "'..n.. .lames notarial, an . 4 DIEECTOR5 Knt'i "P'lo'a i r.e i-iiniiu " i' i " i . m- ,., .... to hold a tnoetin i l' ' Special.-The state de.rartmetft ha.ov.rs ctrt.sid. tV.e state, as well in posted a notice thnt all rm ri- m Nebraska, bnt .compared with the troops have been ordered wHlnl: awn , great crowds that followed m his to General MacArthttr at M.inijr. , walc four years ago tha spectacle is 4 JOHN TREBER. uwc-t L- - evenii a " "- 'op of A. Shaw No - W. E. ADAMS, 112 Sh. mri'1 -'t...-?. for the pti-po-e niTmi3 TK4NKXIW, Prrn W,-UO- Sept. 25: Albert J. BEN HAER. Vl Prea- A Nay. Us9Pened his campaign herfe rent on Infantry reeiment. ionr an'iiiivi..iu j - " .... i WL SF.LRIE, Cfthler of cavalry and a battei-v of a:f 6f -onranizln? a marcnin? fl'it) ati'i irfl the voters-of that ward are invit- J S to meet with it. , fir running bis own campaign, utterly regardless of consequences, and unmindf ful of our interests. ' Brran "icn was an answer WTltea to open the campaign ' '" .1 a" ' -. - ; which will remain to. guard the legation, a ! " h "

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