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RRIDAY, SEPTEMBER :8,190. TEIE DAILY PIONEER-TIMS, DEADWOOJ a D. From the Green Room, AT THE THEATRE IN GAY NEW YORK .....,, was made to the tasur- r - ' ' fa rmes yesterday -that a rPDioe at the Opera house was in proximity, to Fuller & Roosevelt a Man, of the West. . Theodore Roosevelt likes to be called a western man. Several .years of his life have been passed- on the western plains of the t'nited States, and hr improved the opportunity to study t'h"e ha farters of the men who have fiaxed tin- way for the train of i ix ilization. i oiisidi-ri il their virtues Send he was destined to perform. Fioui the time he left college he began to taKe a part in the politics -of the country. He attended primaries and political meetings and soon begait to make himself lelt as an influence. In this he 'was unconsciously paving the way to the state assembly. His rec-oi d in the assembly caused a commotion of consternation, because lie held John Drew that for years has ambled before the puoi.c imptrv'ious to the ....i i in effect-, (.i nine and ami defying destruUion o. persunaltv bx wiles Sen'run out from a .tore in the green tteu . ., hf.io in' the rear wall. o life xxigmahei I?, stood only a few fcet. The top 8B.h iue"U not as high as the roof As Un-hanl Cm-I" he is the s..nn ainl shorn otiiintis. tlie multitude of THAT BOY TO SCHOOL Vi ' i i hut a Klilll't ( Is- . I, ,,- . ., , , .. al naught the decrees and du tales of i the bai n ami - - I " n. ., u, 11 in any one ot ! obstructions t h . v have met ami uie 01 1 .. .. I- I.. .licet violation i! ..I ..: , .. - . . from it- ii i" . " "" ht - "i "mi ii !! i;as ! f.-a.i resources the I axe always ia"-- .-MM ,. hlllO .. ..... pipe ; -. lii.nn.iV it' it - ih.. itv oi'Uiain.e " iiii-.iM'i M,- i :i!.-oi.it.-iy ipxoi.i ol tumid in their nyttw at-mus to ovel ordinance to run a :i ii-nl iii-l v ih in hi f nini.l in their natiw S'-ni'S tli.- bosses, and. smiled, when the newspapers, at the . a;M ,uu m the b..-.-es. begun to l.iuipoou hun. Hut ii' heid to hi :!! atel 'ail led. 1. . 01 I..:.:.ily j'lii. ajui!.. ol v nli. t except. niLu " ........... ' 1 I ! If;') :tn ; i i lu .i i. . hi . i.'.v. It.. h.-! mh ;i in the i'i :i i;ii. iothi d i'!i tli i. : i ' 'i ialt y. , -..r.:.-. It w a - .Mi.iiu h.-- la -1 : ::i in I i'l i Ife.l ao ii i. r : lin-'i I.. ,a , till. I 1 i I'M! ! : : n. I fflorcd Cruiser" . . . ; . i ; v i . '. nil :ii;a:.'i i.uiiM d l.h.j l 'HIIlUll j in .l-'J 1:1 It .11 .-:;!.' : no i i - T. ITT P !i WW 1 ' V HOE HA t j i ! . . , ,J XI 1 . lililJIl' . . ....... . , ., ,;, iiiiiiM.' to lake- -it i:..n. ,. v.li.n tin- iiiin.-tii-;- ,;, i li.' I ' 1 ' l:"'-" '" ' ' .' ., i. ,.. I he lltrii' Mm i v. ,11: . i ..hi- i !iin.i:" . v. .1 - i'l ' . . a P.. ! '.:i:.:m- ' ' ' '.', ,-. in. u r.- a i:ai.i. I ::tM t . : . (.ti . li I "A !:: La. . ;n i i a- .'i '-in-, nil ,..,, would so ei 'ti- iiikc x itli llu-m til.' City h stand.- on Hi- '-..in. i illJ. 01 I) lillj Ull I. a a ' l it .nil 01 I .".! ill i. la 1 l I..!,. 1"! Ha la mi-1 ly. .ii II' . . 1 ' a . . , ' - ! . ' ' ( i : . . : : ' 1 . H) ' ., . . . ...... . ' .iii ' . - . . ... w .1 h .an . t a . . i . . , ' : : - in!, n, i . i a ; 1 1 . 1 1 : 1 ;.T I a. I b-i .i ' . S.i.i.i! . ha - - - I: lb 1 1 a - v. ' -' : . n i ! I h e s . .-1 . ru .i, 1,I. u ., 1,-li Hl'-fl all' I ellil.i.iiie.l M; "il' t.Vp.-s l PtO- i a. t ciiiit a m- . i . I i i ' rie tint me mi -id. red a pal t of the theinsisl.nl ' i'lji liners'1 most u liide-r'an,. in A in i r iea n litem- Hid helped .! :.: alldolli"! lie il pal I fia'i- 0- la Not so Mi. I II. d lo III- state I. at .lane - 1 : Koosexelt. II. A Son of A. E. Frank. aia. i- ,i ! Mill tll.it I : in mi. 1 un a i' K,,y naiik. a son ot A. iv i-iaiu , : . in visited lis liiuii-i .ii i- . ;.ii iitidi i( a i d that X n ii r.-. b.-i aiise tla-v linia been taken ii.-tiis 'l'hoina- li;:s "limn ,-i .mi 1 h I i ' I "in leaiil.'.. iir.illnm la. .-.i li- n lea- I THE BOY AND THE SHOES J. WILL TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES. DON'T FORGET j The Young Ladies and Little Tots We have the footwear for them. Not too heavy, nor too light. Shoes that look dressy and fit well. ..They are solid and will keep the feet dry and warm. JO-cldl-- liospitai ee.-,.... ;,,. in in was born in Deadwood lures, and vet not overdrawn. No 1 far alxne the axeraue. 'l'lie name sui; ... I I . . M' . . I . . :i a 1ft w clerk in the otti mil nit, tile t atiipaiiu and call x assed I a tixeiy for I :l.i Uuuul.vlc lion tnihe. 1 1 mix im inu tie- inimtrx that he held' pat l.x ii 111. ipb - abox e the personal j success ol an.x man. His adininistra- j Hon of the aftaifs of the oltiee of pi) I ia ' 1 olimiissa'iiei of New York has j m il l' I ji 1 (pi. iled in tin- Ann rieaii I metropolis. He trequentlx de.-ined I refill-Ills ill the police system of tile ' aii'i ii., 1 l".es s so llelllinn I1IMIII1II. liail.ciu Wood of Rapid C.x -u,j:imjs, ,, :1 lhi , . , Rapid on the Ham i . . . ,. ... , , ,,. ,., western man has oxer read his sketches of the ui-iein eaille ranges, written- from his own experieiii es at Uie Maltese Cros- riTfH h and ranee, on 0( chauiicey tPtllllied to av evening I. 1..1 I'laiu is Wilson in " The Monks of I the Little Missouri and published in Ml, Kri.k , .mu lueu " Malabar' is at the Km. ke, I ,,veme.it yesterday, and the doi tols . neress magazines of h'l.'. and ISn with- feel much encouraged over his condi- ' of vi,.w.'l.ut marveli.iu at the life he put in .i i I them. Thev testi .1,.., ,1... ., Ithem 'I hey testihed ion. The doctors tiesiie in iwu .. .....,.,. . ..... to havmft been -. ., linwexer, that it is impossible , ' i: i 1 1 .i i t 1 1 t ' ' , , " (1r ! u;itlh'it'l from I il v ;i ml i-xijii-sst! Ml .1 'd' Il ' I ' . on a p.tt 1. Co. 1 u" , , . . . ,,!- eras iiieniioin 11 are for Mr- Krank s lnonrts to see tun at I . , ,,,.,,. uiM ,. .at, the medium of the keenest hif- r.rceiit as his visitors ale iniiiu-u u. j .-,.' man sx mpalhv prcsiin. a- .... .1, la huia: day Inline Wilson will iiini, 1 lersons, anil uie sisiei.-, ,1( , t , , . ... . .Mr. Koosexeit nus iiampunieii uie - tU .....i I I Zipp Shoe :j 655 nVEetixi St. III! . ' I - . hospital have imperative instuietions 1 ity that In- xxas told could not be done. Hut he did (hem. and Nexv York wa.-. given a better gox eminent than it had ever kuoxxn. The same was true of his career as assistant secretary of tin- uaxx. Lxt'ry Ameri can knows how well he acquitted himself at San Juan bill and Kl Caney and it is the concensus of belief among true citizens of the republic of Washington and Lincoln that 110 man is so well ipialilied to take next place lo Mr. MrKinlcy at the head of this glorious institution IMC eoiiai im 11 mini' . ..11.. .-. . . . . ,,, 1, , 1 .., i,,,,,ii,,i riKlils and desiies ol I n- western est is a il edit able, pleasiim lull man xxilh tin- stienth. the slurdiness inn 1 , , .... , i 1 ,.,.,., land In- iiueclness ot a eoman. At Ualys x. also lind opei.i- ... ., , ,- 1,, ,. ( hai es llH Kells made the will 1 He- Sullivan s latest 1 he Hose ol I el . ... ... , , 1, , ,a quaiiiled xvi h that reat mass ot liu- sla lust about hall wax plea: ing. 1 man Kind that other writers imiored I llln I'll " X es . tai n .Mill l Ape.l ., ,- .,,' the poorer 1 lasses. Koosevelt has sonietlilllK besides a haniKiin ol sweet 1 ' ,, , , ml ri 1 1 1 1 -1 1 the world 10 the man ol the rot to admit any otners. it ih mh- last f.-xv days a large number have gone to the hospital in the hope of beitis able to call on him. and were .ompelled lo leave without Seeiim him. . . -'. 11 John Belding for Marshal. The committee appointed on the Roosevelt parade has selected .John Held in as marshal. W. A. llankin, ;nl Illoom and Walter Simpson were (hoseii as aides. The committee has ,i0,'.t,.,I f nilatiiiK the order of the ...iiiii - w hell XII II 1 1 I 11 mum. ...... 1 . . . I west, 11. i 1 inn .-i 111 ,1 ii 1 1 1 11 ie'i-se in v.:- . -v - XUU g.'l xe,, ,,,,, . e ... ., .js ,,)MM(i1,, ,. V. In r and 1 .cuts on I lie ' ! n-i When he was about to rub quire I! the I below . 1 hough . can mi e on a ; THE GREAT MAGNETIC HEALER.. 1 .. ... .. i ', .,- il,.. I, . . . .. i.l I... '.ini-li and 1.11:11 it x xon xx.iui. wi.ii -.. ... ,, , "" 1 '- ' i'l XX allied XX e lel tVlell lie cllOse llielll then allsiar .-Hal. coinpan.x "' , ... .... ,-,, lltl. Yesterdaay's Ball Games. I'illslnirg 1. Cincinnati A. Lrooklx 11 1. Huston L' New York riiiladelphia A How to Make $7 Dead Easy. Hoxv 1 an you sax e $T on your fall nil - Win. that's easx dusl go In He Wolf Hopper, who is paid f I""" ' THE WONDER d ill.- 1 1 1 1 i t i i lies es-ent ml HI glKlll Has a xx el as ami. I I'll ia-IIV He k. O me ' my but t hex -.ix . iiaraile until the various republican j a xx ,.,.l.- and other bodies ill the Hi ' OF T3E AGE. ainoii- a. Iia i lie ill . and i. lb iied a an, nta.., ... in- on A lie 11. .1 s w e-l ern xon our inoiiex s won Ii The same bs H ue up al tin- Vu tuna xx here the Rogers l!rol..eis ale ida.x have been beard from, to have inol'r--..;,. . to bow maiiv are cominu: 11. ante dill rlUiif niaia'ii " 1 anil what xx.xuld be the wisest dispo - iu.u a wuiidei lu.lj su. :.: 1. ,.f tlieni It is expect- i.n til. Tin y a 1 e lunn li- 111-a -....! cil ,1.1 hoin l-e Wllh :.. p. at. di.x 1.1 e. H .pi .in. !l f . add- u 10 pa. xx a - l..:i'l'X ! a:. 1 .-iaiA, .1 . 1 pi uyi : I,,. ,x , 1 lo I larry I li b-ray's place on Slu r- I 11 s 1 reel . a.-k to see his samples, j ' laiose lor xourself a $:'iM'i suit: that i ' .1 suit on which bis price is $L' - i y .1 would Cli'-t XOII il', . el-, -XX hel'e. I i. i'i 11 , x nil CO .:11st l lip one o! Il I s id - I I I ,11! I I.i- pa per. When you I lose ' 1 nai a nil 'ol' lie suit Hi'.'-, id the 1 . :,.,.'l : and x.,'1 will gel ?-' IMI ledit a , - . "I ! a x 1 1 I I. ax Cure the most acub of dis- 'y cases quickly and without the J aid of drugs or knife. Refer- ti ernes 1 heefl'aliy furnished from ail oxer the western states as well as those right here at home y w ho have been treated and ,i 1 Uled. A Si-nun in im", - 1 . ,, that the committee will have Jill -Clili b West ;.tli, r un i t i 11 Saturday .v.hiiii-,' at :.m.(.,i u had. u. h 1,. ord. I' will be drawn ijn and ,, xx lee.' . 1 di 1. , ., -i ait ill! plllllil-iltlOtl - ii 1 " a HI' I' ,t the M iiilia'.laii. is .-rent . ae. ud. ii- ;, von n ae I ban b,,t li:. - . 1 1 I'l lb' . ,. x a I .. : 1. ' I,, n. 1 I aai. a I a 1 , , r . n 1 xx Mrs. Lawton 1 1, A Serious Operation. . I a 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 "1 ' 1 1 ' :h: lor Cl.n.n:". Hi a I ! -.am -1 a' :- l&d b. Schc-cd Entertainment Couise. 111 -e. II I a ilal.-s a, , I! I ii III 1 1, . I : t to li .. K al lea I . -1 i a 1 1 M i 1 ' ' 1 ' ; -'. .. : ol.d CONSULTATION FkEE. (in and see her and be relieved of thai long and lingeiing ailment , diseasa that skill.'l physicians liaxe failed to had a remedy for. g . Suite 14 SYNDICATE BLOCK, A M . - I al,. I i ia 1 - . .. Ilile. ' I. He ,-t. -on N..X I 1 takes in id.- i.i i... . . , a 1 . I xx 1 , 1 - I , '.n.l ,li the -" a . a! In r in mi. nl-. ;...!! Ilaiioa ol lb - I a Mi a 1 1 1 I 1 li... 11, 1, I I Ma i;.a!. i,f I'- Chi- au-. ; '" ' ''' I,, the I'l e.-bx H l l. ill liodi.'.::. H, I -,x.- ,1 -111. ill luinor under je-r 1 a; 1 e-i:,nx d. Tin- opi 1 at ion a - :u: .'t ail 1 s.-i ion.- one. and lor a xx bil-- 11 xx heliex en that It XX Ollid be ellt 11 e! x .- uc ..-,.-!' i). Il has. howevi 1. I'i ' 11 loand 11, ,1 s.-al.x to 1. Ilioxe III' pl.111.l-. alld a, thev e xer' close til lie' 1 aiaitld (Korm,erly occupied by Dr. Bab-, cock.) XX 1 1 . I In C 1. I 1 ' - I, I'i id.- ..f .: .11. - , I. a .1.1 X-. I : ::.,'.,- that So still III fall W.i- I,,.- I ! in 1 1- .1, ,1! , i ' a i j ill ' 1 y .NN i S N - - hll . to sax Kited for Recon'. Majgi. I'.'trb ' lb n- 1 1 I oi i . bin I, '' -a Snalix ,,,1 1 I , lie I" ' ..; . '.el . Hi- ': '--' i 1 1 ". I '.. d i.l . .X 1 a. -a 1 1 1 x a .I'll' I i ,11:1.1,- I'-- .. Il-i I la la I-, a :. : H ilti l.x t he dpi I'll I .oil I - la-' -,. : . dedi ale and dali-' ro us OO ' X at i 1 a . ,e .'. a - -: a a .11 1 . a ... : i- 1 - P. .'..natal lb.'!.' I -o- ii I . l-l ,-'-! 1 lb .1: ia , si . , J - . ;ii lit ,,' ,.' 1 1 1 1 I 1,11" I. ax . T . I Till A Black Hills Girl, ii.-. Van- Skelaii'b r in-. XI, - I'l.x- SLOOtt'o .-I'll a Ot time ol I : i. ; , . . I 'i n I a -.;'. - ll.t .Kll Hi i lie i I . - j 1 : i . . 1 1 a t . : a. 1 ; 1 li-!' I-1 . - ' 1 ' 1 i: I (bil 1- 111 II-. !'.' ' I :i,.i: i b e-l:' ad'. C a: iX,h.. ,:ie . , .11, . .i .us.:. 0. ls!'N. T !i.' I'm, n -a . ,, t '- lie- .! I 1' I' V. : 1,1.' laia .i: Coon, is a HUn k lid! gui and . . , 'Hie liny ladlecls 1 red it upon !inu 01 country thai ha- l".-ii b.-i'" llllllle silile she was txxeixe month-IM. She grew to woinanhool oil a :.. , ......... 1 . ..11... ii ,11 xx In, li 1 il :,.i.'.'a a :o n !'l' . .ii ''. !a 1 , . A 1:1-1 : a'.ini . -' 1 1 i . a -i'i, ,:i ii. i 'en. I b-l.alei H. N Second W.vd Repel: S-'i'-l'lei -1 ' ' ! I''1 I. I .-a. l',al,,x H Callaali' W i Id,-. .Inn all fat I " i'n Al iiwgion 1b ,ul.t - a i ,, . . a i.d 1,1- si in . 1 - 1 1 ' e a x a - a im in ; , : o' I 'a p ! o -. , n ' a I pa l : ia lln-ll t i I IT,'. lillll. ... 'I si ' '. Ot N. XV YlM i ,,. . I. i.l k lit ,1.11 iu la-: i.iiiu in a iiitiiiiiii.il 1 ,1 ii' . in . 1 " I - - the xxaters of Hnx IChb r 1 "e.-l. geiiMV ""'- Uni ""' ' gli.i.n She was given such ediu at i"l. ': -:" " '- ''''' and advantages as the district s. hool ' '"-"- '' u'a!H ' ' rfforde.i in enilin- childhood and later '""' '"''-''" " " " , , v- 1 1 1 ice 1 1 1 loll. All I lie 1 1 I". ,d Hi. .a?,,- I P ,o -e X 1 a all x ot 1 . '- Mens Shoes torFall and Winter ARE UNEXCELLED . -t : I'.e liotl o! . h "f L ,.,,, i xx . - i , 1. n a : ion i now tun- thru th" oii.niial Koo.ex. i' I .,,,iiii-.., ml lb,' in 'l!,io..oi' Ron.-' I He. Ii!"il-aa .. a - xe.ii- li',, blood tl.a' is not a! , niui lii.i'l' oln I to , tin r I mt, li. !oi it is ahuo-t -( 1 1 1 . . I I , xe iitiiin sale ' puts I lu t ' !i . I'l'Si I. 1 1 i-h and ! . .-! 1 1 li nl1 - 1 1 - t - 1 I a' i1I"ll.e, lie .-ilteanisil .mii ina, .',', , ,, ... i.e.... ,. ,,,,,,,,, ol t lie was. I .' Ill s. ' 1 es CO C'Lie. 11 xx .. and wo I : Scot: h. 1'ioni his t al liv-t box bomb lie I liaxe' a more unliable disposition or are freer from artil'.ce. She is na tare's own ' child developed kni" a 'Womanly wonian. x lib I II'' I'OII. HI IH ' ' Al;l III li SIMI ' N !' il YM id: I! (I. CKAK'i' m, m. wni:i:i.i:i: !! C ('Ol K (;i;oi;i;i: ci. uV. s c 'oi.li:y ('niiiiiiini'' Dr Flavius J- Brobst. Xxdl .-peak at tin- Opera bouse. !ead-w, id on Saturday evening. September "Ull at x p. in " His address xxill be of spe.-ial inter-,.-t lo laboring men. JOHN R WILSON. Chairman Campaign Com. i xas la irht to iln things for him.-ii! thereby de I'lopinr; ills liodx as xxell ' a,- Ins mind. As a lesuit of the -di.-i i-pltne n.l i'i.n-,1 from his father he out- ; grew the physical frailties with which - he had come into the world and built iii a vigorous manhood. His preparation has been coi.udete for the work Bishop O'Gorman in Europe. The Right mw. Hishop Thomas ; 0 Gorman has goiie to Europe, w hrc j he will spend some time and- before , his return he will visit Rome and t have an interview with the pope re-1 Kourth Ward Republicans. inn. aiis of tin- Fourth I Tin garding matters in connection witn t w aril will meet in the court house Sat ...... Weekly Prizes. can see 01. SOUlll jjaKOta. ,,,,, i,.t,. Just before the departure of th. jurilay evontnu. ...e .0 con ph c bishop he issued an order of general , t he ..rgiiiiizat .n 01 a M Mi''! important to the Catholics of thiv itli luh. to ,,a,ti. tpau- ... the ho - state.' 'The death of the late Mgr. , v.-lt .leinst ration. (ct '' ' Uwlrr of Alexandria has left the po- teieibli. .111 1- . , t, ,1 to a- pt. si 1 ition ot Vicar. general vaeant." Since ,o!russ Heard From, then there has been considerable, ceived x.-M'l.iv ',v speculation as to w-hich priest of the; . ' hoff fr0;u fam Mau-s.. xx ho i. see Bishop O'Gorman would name to W u,.8Cn"n ... rtv Ti... i,;t, . fill the vacancy.' Tho order isstiod hy ,in,v Uri. tl,, alt!1 ' llf Scpt', :;,.. the bishop names Rev. Thomas A. as " 1 'Vx'.c.'tii-- hi.- biido v Flynn of Madison as the successor of vl:''''-" . . ,. n s ,.r.iia. the late Mgr. Lawler as vi.-ar general. "". " ,,' ,v v- Ma-i--- This makes Father Flynn acting bish-1 ''-v 1'1-'!1'"1 11 -' , ..ni,,(in in Our Stock of Vif itinK as we do the markets of the world, enables us to not only get the cream of the market in way of styles but insures for our customers a saving of fully 15 per cent over "stay at home" Competitors Our brands are the best the markets fchow. Every pair of mens shoes we sell i.s a stanJaid at it3 pine. livery pair i.s guaranteed by i.ianufacturi i s to us, ami we positive- ly guarantee them to you. " We are sole audits I'm th" famous Florsheim Shoe for m?n. THE WORLDS GKEATCST FIK SHOE! ; Our method of buying saves one profit. With us it is from "maker to j wearer." j " f f V N t-x W " Ik Op durine the ahsenre of the. bishop, -1 .. . ' .... . , f-,r ii-a!' w x-,,,.- 1 rk an, ' ,1 I ITT hi. IS . . ! - ' ' - '.V-r-,T,, f tf .. n-.-' n: (' '"'".i'. xvliere " mo umupmiii Liip. t)n account of the promotion of Father Flynn to the office of vicar he will be at home to his many friends. The- pr,.iieer,Tiim-s joins with tnese manv friends iu v-NInnztbe r..;w cou-plo a Ions and pio.-perous married l.fe. general and really acting hishop of the dioce8et he Is discharged from the Office -of nrrwMirotnr flarnlla and de- i I Goods V fiS' ) H &!' V , Birtlulav .r 1 y&j&?fv& see our Holiday I Tensor Tlnjroll, which e has heretofore held, and Rev. H. Weber Is appointed L. Link to the latter. , A Rag Time Party. The ladies of the Congregational ,hurch will pre.scnf " A Rag Time Party" at tie Opera house next Monday night lor the becetit of the Children's Home The show wili"flven by thirty of our most prominent ladies all appearing in bla.-kiace. Some ot the features will be tne ever popular ake ,.,tt tnarches stump sDeeches, Look at the Fine Shoes in Our Window, Klxvt .mil ... ii I singing and dancing specialties, all L vwmg to the bUhop 9 aDsence, an appointments for confirmation will be Postponed until sext cummer, but all other duties of the bishop will devolve upon Father" Flynn. Argusrleader. : Special Meeting. . Deadwood Camp No. 1,186, M. W. will hold a special meeting on -Satnrday evening. September . 29, In the Gamp hall," openlngat 7:30. All Members take nctlce and he in attend-nce By order of - - A.X MOSSMAN, V. C. I Kl I WILCOX PHARMACY. the latest songs, plant'."" &c This will be a glorious, gladsome and gleesome rerformance.- Don't miss it Tickets Till he on sale, everywhere and can be reserved at Max-Fishel'a. B Mil . j '-r

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