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October 13, 1900

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The Daily Pioneer-Times. 5th YEAR. DEAIIWOOD, s. 1. i IU.ACK HILLS ), SATI' J!1A Y, H "I l!i; U 1''.. i;h. FIVE CENTS. EBRASKA WILL HON. SOL STAR. Republican Candidate to- Rt-e-ect to the Office cf C'e k o' Courts v.irio i- rranih.-s nf sin cess He served REPUBLICANS RALLY AT TERRY, i nr than it would a ao. Then . : i r I nut, of a ..(Ml I : i . 1 1 1 Kav.s L ' . : . -' . 1 1 vv wo .. ' tury ! ' hill'.; state !i: -l GO REPUBLICAN, Ipeaker Henderson and Post Messrs. Allei on and Williams Address f t Enthusiastic V. g. master Smith at Lincoln, epublicar-s Gaining in the Be- i!nf C! i it the State is Theirs. Wiil Speak n iieacuvood at the City I- ,.i Tonight. I ' i . hall ,1 ', ai 1 la in. -I , iri a al: I 1 1 1 1 1 h !.. .. i v. .1 I! . that 1 1 ti !i ii t ' : ' i .i tvi.u .il ' II. !"!. t ".it I la- ,ili-t a!.;!!"', lii" ' ' ii.''. ' ' , M ii fi u in. a :ii i . i .... 1 1 i i i.i.i ii : v !!. I.a. n ami.- )-::vt ''f tlf 1' Williams I'nit.'.l t. - ' "l iMi' lu'vili' tliui !"'::' iriirs ao that haw . to:- Chi'-at: 1,1 I f'V I! lo'J-i' -' c! T'Ti la.-t n il- ht r ;!. ti- al .i.-ti .v th. r-; ;:s. .,-'. I '.' III' .il Smith I i 1;. In ndcrson ii 'Is ntativos, spoke. .V '. ans an' still (.Minni--. hat M K i n ! y will lain . Si!.:: h lia- ;ust finish--, : ..:.a ainl -.r- - ! hat s Case Continued. !"t,.' mN' a. .. . a , v.iia, I II.- . x It 1 1 . . ' : '.it -Hi t t!. Ii;! iiiv slinahl th, il-'liiin I ii', 1 a s a 1 1 i .--till, ainl i, ,, , , I Ik .- ; I Hi-' .ill 1 t 'k l-i . a! ...!... . ,i.,i iM -i.i. ' a : .1 ' "in i'.il : n. -s mil l .-.-Is . on nl i a n 0 j Stilt.- -nl t l ei I il II rS.l III. M on I c 1 1 1 leal 111. I'll a. spi : itial I . , t i!ltr!V.-t V i . in. il t- hai nl' ' lii ir hear, : in:.: ! i p a ! 1 v 1 1 1 ,i .- !h, , u . ilia : - 1 i Back From Cape Nome. i 'tiaili-s ; Mi Himli, who left Dcad-waiial th.' mhlillK of last May for Caio NO Ala-Ka. Ii t : n-liii in -.1 fur tlio v iiit' i. II" looks well, ainl says lu lias I" !! in fi in,! lii'nlth. IIk luinK-i l'.-o k linn Ii in'Us. in'itaininir to tin? uiititi-y ;i n 1 th" l!!a, Hills hoys, iiml lia s ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 i , I 1 1 1 talk for pnhl j, at ion lat, r IliiW 1: Th. .-n ak K I I 1 . J! ' l. I'.aiiv i. ili.rin.al pl.-ik.-s ,,!,.... uk-I'--' Yc.,::' hp h : . 1 1 . lii a !..,;. i j , ,r ,i ii ' I w la a tl,-' iii-'i'l th-- '' -i.jh1 P an I'.-ii-ly . 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 r tin-I t hi'",'. M lll'ii. ; . puts it Ii . '.i,a!, .-.-r'h r inn' ,, I'liiin r.rv . I - ( i. ;. . . . K;. 0 .1 .1 r; Ii..::. n t . ' " I '.lV. ", 1AVE B-- w f ' f x t C T t a large Assortment 'est Bitt'euhip. I S' a I (LI I ; ' : ,1 nl' I h ha'ih :i.oii.-':-ai".l tl-a' .-!, !i;i' ': 1.. i- , lass a I - -i. .1 ami l:ul ml, : y. III a i ' ;i.-. r. a I i , ;ti .-. ' 'a is '. i i .'.:! . i ii i , ' i : i '' i n i a I viliil i aiu:..-:nl Ii. t i ii t r. -1 -. Hi- l i - on!, I i hut a fill n u i - o :' his inn n I v ii na 1 1 1 ii - i li. Still Finding Bodies. h :.'l'i'! i I i - , Mrt. i.1 Sp ,!'i-' w .is taki ii from 1 1 II,!'-, I'liii'i . ' i inn Mont a n i n, lIlhiT III' t h, Ami!" ( I'"- i. i. a , . Mi. A h- Hi Hi had I'mt i.a tin ii. on. in i .i ahead and viil n-r; i . 1 1 . . - would '-pan out all n-tht. San . ih.it time th lompany had paid out re); s'.li .hi.-, altno it liail 1m n hihiii- 'I.',!" ill. : ' Kpn-eii. : thirty four ilays witliotit i"il Tl s, an la-is arc still tiii'lin o-, . r hc ii 1 1 ion dollars in w.na s j had ;,la s ) :;i! i:oo,l prices for la j hor. and ha i never had a disable,- v '(: all entail mho hy Mr. Uii'har.lson. 'ir- i; ('. .Moody of Dcadwood made :h. address of a Iconic, wl.i. h was ,-e-,oiideil to li- .Mrs. Daly of Kapid (:i. A very iniercstini; iapcr on I of new and latest style men and boys CLOTHING th,. amli.-ioi- i 1. ,.!". I liiiu Mi-. I' li k,- al-o piov.-, 1 i -l-I'omiln, in Iaanl. ami ia , :",1 lau, I. K l , : iiKitaii.- tinman bodies. nn nt vvi'li i' nu n; lie had said when Tammany's Bluff. 1 .-in lin. ia-1 i- api'lans,- II M--K. f- NEW YtKK. Oct.' 1L'.--Siiccial. - "'''' an hour iin-l was liiw ii tl..- .!- -it and the Urania" was read hy .the loiaiian-, wa- not making any VI, s l.li, 1,1, con ol l.eail Mr Il.ilje moll'V "W'll. f are iloilltr SOII1. 'te Tain in any city K'lvcrnmcnt lias ! niiirkc.l attontnm. m mi,' i 1 1 1 ' 1 o in -ii t ti leiidcil to investigate the chari;.' , ll" 1 1 ml; w as all. a i a: l tat vice is wi.lcstiroa, in the ,-itv. 1 I- '' " lio' f-i ! 'I'l'-" vt-rytio.lv is laiiiiliinsr. as it is ro-,,,-. ' wore a lart:.- iimnhci ..f la.la-s in !. ,i. liahi.-d lin- an, lii ma' with a o. al uooil . wo solo, and Mrs. I'aly of Hot Sn i li u s la !" ' 1 ' i'-;nl a paper mi "Art and the Banner." h' Allm tollovvii'l hy a cliai niiiiL,'ly lcnileil -vio- l!i" i'.a'ti' lin s,,h, In Mi-- (ay Clouuli A pa man. and ' i n ' The K- hit hiii oi Ai t to Moials." ot .ah-IIi-i Im-l as ,,a!y a catnnaimi ilodire ; an, lien ... and Ha y s.-, no 'I t.. ahin. ... o . rial" tin- niee'ru I'm"-, a- ::.'( a i- i also a line of 1 i. iddic-s was that of i hii i ,1- t h ink nm 1 1 us i in s - I ,t cue 1 a iii ,-at liamhei : nnl - ol adv i'i ,- that ; ,,! oniv -o pnldl : h'"l ,i i II- .- aid ' he vv a I . .,T, 1 : hoi. hi-l a h : , ,, ,ii ,1 l h c I n , -1 1 An Engineer Crushed. PI-ATTSM H "I'l ) , Xel,., Oct ' oiild appl in . v "i da : , liil'l h i was tin la M: 1 1 Mi IT MAY 3E THE MURDERER. trecial . Tln-i ,. was a '.vie,!; on tic I. nn A f.1,-in Is Held ,i. iJiilinns. Answering , 1 Scott r, J- ',c ipt.on. ; t c ! tl.a Tlinytnr, at the 1 1 i 1 i iiiiio.nli to '-' Mi.-.-r:: i ri ,-r In iile this inn' a. -. Ti . .. roll,.,! c -vii : 1 :: ah i. , -a , rn -hiic: !':' .'-:-::. ,, h ,,i j. 1 ! ivl 1 I ' ' I si -i Rsc7, f Il 1 V ..I 1 1 '.' ; Big Crowds. i iid., ii.: I-c- Kl,', , v.-it na i .iC.pa.-Jii to ' : v, ! i , i , vv ! i h i ! in -i i i n I o!i s was ; ) i . il ; a kv r --x. w . m.i , J.'. rfV . ' J- 'j --v -n 4 "t "hncr's Convention. 'X. I'a . o. i ; ' Th 4 Ceat!vood, South lia'tia. ,. DEPOG!T0f?V FOR T.iC '"' ' -' : . nt ion met today. Th--iy -- ' ''-a,!"d. I'resiilcnl M:t. ,,. 1 ' - day was spent exam f;1- !!,.. . ,.,l..,inl-, ,.r .1. .!...,... . A N ' ' ... ...l.s IK-lt .ll , -. Off- 1 of !he ten i,ev ,...r,f In, r,...-,. STATS. 1 ,.i -. on -in.i!i h:-i 1-kcly not to he acce;tcd. if ) -r ,,. ., , . , - .s. , , i.l. , n: I . o 1 1, a , 1 .: ' : ' a : , 1 ', th" nvir.-liT.-i! i:.:.'i an d !n h-a, , ....... i,,v. at d w t.i a- t l I-! laii-tlii:-' iTk- no tciy. Federation of Women's Clubs. Drafts and Letters ot Credit mi- W Yesterday's Ball Games.. Ptitsh r Congregations! Association. ( 'unareitat 1 ma I a -siiciat mil l'h Chicago 6. 'I' v r sv Uirk !i. Brooklyn -I. Phila.i.lriliin -. n--.i i ' ' 1 1 1 ' i . - ' : " t- 'ssflll ineetilli.-. The s. -sioll to - I II: !1- I , deialioii o! Wo siued, Good in All Parts of the World. " COLLECTIOITS The r.l.i The Ilia. iBURlE AND MARTIN in i par- lini-us ilnl-s tic',1 its r.-s'ilar annua! the ifVViV ',- v ,j ,1 I . lie,, seil ' iih on ICCOil.lt 0 .s'Ti. . - . I eP"btican Congressional Candidates ' meet nm e,tci,l,,y in the t'onurcua G'ven a Solenrfirf M Itional ilnn-'h. Tli'ero -was a laiatcat. nnavoiilalile ah- "tn'c of several w ho ' i 11 Attended ,to Promptly and Intelligently wr to have t;iM n Iai t. 1 pi" . 1 . 1 lw.. ) i,. 1i.. Pirm. (-!'- Acts gently' on the M a ill ,is , iiiiiii.'iimi in u.' ..... t Messrs. iturke and Martin, repnbli-1 t-n.lam .-. . lull, l-inc i . pre,, nt.-d aa wneressional nominees, held alHom K.ipi.l ftty. Hot Sp:n-t- Star '"e in the Miner's Union Opera j Sis. Whit w ood. Keystone Uad and Times for the niornini; and afternoon BX". pXC I I VFR i f s,.--ions wee carn-d out. In the lIDN.Y5, UIVCK re at Uad i.t t.trh . rie:l,lvvou,l A husiness ii'.h. tinu ;o . ' . v. nine Kev. H. .v. Thrall of Huron Q aimpi C :W To arjv extent varrantcl bv borrowers names or Bowels ranUal by fiblica held in the aft'-rnoon at whi, I. Mrs ns are feeling much elated collaterals. nperintendent of ihurcbes in the rer thf Bullock, vo ,. pres-i.l-'iit. pic-i.L , in j and r , .HSES THE .YSTEM size and spirit of the audi- I state. spoke on Keligions impies- the absence of the president. M rce- The meeting -was preceded bv .n s lti.-ceived in Kurope ." ttiv jug V -" r - .TTTrr . ; ; ,v, " t , . fV... T'nlinn v EFFECTUALLY Accounts Solicited and whi. h he saw during his recent trip . pi.cp:L- -C''- ' ,,- Correspondence Ihvited. concert on the streets, unit a iBriarlv. ThojajraMtaac udo W the streets by the drunTdefation was Transa. t., and nf ti -iih' Pera bouse was filled ; oers elmtml for the ens::i,- ear a- "e doors. and it was estimated that I follows: President. Mrs. W T ere between a thousand and j Rapid City; vice p-csi.!-n M:- "' !!Te huDdred people in the crowd. ! ley A. Stuart. Stureis: i -.md ii- - . -'Vf waS with the speakers Itetary. Mrs. M.Donald: .....,!..! 10 the start, and thn nnnia,,.a ."., ! ine secretary, Mrs. C.atre; trcasi:: '! - uo was "& abroad. Chaplain Daly, state super-1 U. --f" TOL. .qA o'f! intendent of Sunday sdiofds. talked, -"y W ; r f V'.t -f of his work ;n" the Sunday , liools. j OVERCOMES . ' i.-r inn llev. J I!. Kmtle of Rapid City b -.MTI' AT ,UN Our lony experre i - i he Black Hills ,s at s rvicp of iritj'nilino inv. a ' rmon on "The chunh ; llABiT! 1 AL Uul . . I. J- - v---. preached a sf PERMANENTLY w . , iha I nnl the Kineilom. Mm .-i i r. ayiause "wnt and vociferous Mr rr. I Mrs. Cable. i . .. . . Mr. Mar- Mrs. Cable. An invnaumi .-... v Pnn. lT5vJrtGr.FCTS. ( i'v to i uerea uy an-, nuns .,., i-iilb of Itaji: f 'Poke first and the people seemed ! Current Event DIHECTOE3 ' ensely pleased with him. Sev-! hold the next annual n,e.t:n- of the j zett k. . The meeting of tl'- a s .-o-: at ion was t- mis, roe IT Vf E. ADAMS. . JOHN TREBER. P.Uines while h was speahing en- federation at Rapid ( : - t.- xt O toher . c,t n. on,! intstmr.. 1 Buy FRANKLIN. Pres. BEN BAER, Vies ITc was' accepted. L'lac Publicans in the andl-L 0med: the stuff, old igUilAriGVV'KV'Pe. i C5 WM. SELBIK, Cashier. an ejjeciaii uiiri'-Lius j tive one. Every church in the Black Hills except the one at Buffalo Gap was represented. I The literary propram followed by a social. and refreshments was held in Gained his connection with thi the evening. The program opened

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