The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on November 4, 1900 · Page 9
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Sunday, November 4, 1900
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part 2, The Daily Pioneer Times. Pages9tol6 23th YEAR. Fl VB CENTS. DEAD WOOD, S. D. ( HLAOK HILLS), Sl'XDAY, NVEMI'.KI! 4. 1! MM). BIGGEST PARADE TillS CAMPAIGN with nervous prostration at his home in Chi. ago. and he too was prevented ti oin compliance with the original announcements. Tin- afternoon meeting began at 3 and lasted until a, ami the evening meeting lasted from 9: until 11, taking place ri;ht after the big parade. I'.i'th nie, tin-'s were opened with overtures by the band, and the people present iu,i-at. d their satisfaction wi'h tie sp, akers by their frequent 'ia'ber-ts of applause and shouts. Sound Money Drmcns-.rt'Dn New York Lc!!;?cCS a!l R.crds. Previous ACCOMMODATION OF VISITORS. BRYAN DAY IN DEADWOOD. An Elaborate Effort by the Fusion Forces of the Black Kills Counties and Cities Zealous Bryan Supporters March to Martial Music with muh Burning of Powder and Blasts of Trumpets. c ' Thoi.'S- One Hundred and Fifty Adequate Provisions by the Citizens for Men, Women and Horses r.z and March in r. fJ Kain, 'I'll,- v.uious visiting delegations r..iftxft,':ftA '. were received with much ceremony by j the local lliiaii committees in Dead j wood yesterday, Every tVlin was met I by brass bands and crowds, and as the i annals disembarked they were given j a : moi i parad !io mthe depots to the i lit nil part of the i it v. ' SEW ; il(K, Nov. il Tlie was a rs plod-curb to sound money parade today monsti i .ii'l'air. The march ded along in the rain from The heaviest train load came in on j (lie 101 k horn. It was composed of neo- i tin hours it is esti- curb. Ii tool; the parade to pas a given point, and Ir J'ir:-1i'..ri')irVip ir itiJrJ-'""u pie all tin; way from Chadron to Camp Crook. There were nine coach loads, and there were COO people aboard. At Rapid City 200 tickets had been sold; at Sturgis the sale reached n;o. and at Belle Fourche it HON. ! Candic" ' W. MARTIN, for Congress. mated that a hundred and fifty thousand linn were in line. Governor Koosev, It was i if the reviewing stand and was niven a tremendous ovation. CI.i: i:i.A.T). ()., Nov. :i. Special. Thele was a big prosperity parade here today. There were fifty thousand marchers, mostly working men. Thcri were in the immedaite noifih-fcorhuo'I of a thousand torches and rt.l li-hts in the fusion iiaradc in Dead, wood Jar t ICveiy Itryan club in the Ida U Hills was rc presetitod in the i Kin lewond Klapil , ;.u cluli. j Kir-ilewoed liijan and Stevenson club. j I'!..:.,a IVyan S:. veiison dub. I 1 1 -i:a I'-nan am! SI, iciisim club. Fifth Division ( 'ha;, II. Schaad, comma a ling, assisted by John I i . I. !(;. . ( baric. I'a-I . r. 1 ed Sidner anil was about the same There were two i bands on this train. Kmerlck's. from j Kapid City, and a combination formed i between Spearlish ami Belle Fourche. This train was met at the depot by ! the Deadwood band and was received with music. The Kapid City contin- , Bank Robbers. JACKSON CKNTKR. O.. Nov. in - '9 r. M. Will. in was roll! dollar The Farmers' Bank here d last night of five thousand '1'be robbers kept the (ili-bay with drawn revolver-!. cent, hemic,! bv its band formed Iron! of the postof'ico, and marched ed T. i i y band. I ; y I-''. in.!- i .1 ii i . i ;u s! re o;ile mar h on Ti e I thet t to" Ml I! ;n. each oi';;:' nizatlon wan as-I lies--. The from lank men , i lull eairi'd the flambeaus and and the ( olimm in'e.sented a ;. , iiiL- spoi tacit-. n;iv a thousand men in ; nr.h r, c;t h ai i' inn a torch ::: i:ia;i i iiuill", :;iioati!! ; .uid wav-;;i jus. limkinj.; the air heavy . i-;. in' "liryan!" foi ;i 'tin all atiunaUtics and tiiiini ml 1 nl of : ir pa i ; with tin 7.c n wb.'. ' :' a c ar. blew the safe and j booty on a band i . Iillc. (if :-. '. ttlhu or a in; 1 with c cm and : i y 1 ; an 'nor I'oUlche p way on I), ami theme dwood str ei nic Economy i-ion chili, men. Stevenson down Main i I M a u i . ' . i 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 land J'r an to the am Demand the Heads. iui Main I 01 m band lie . front. ' of Lee After dinner the two 1 got out oii Main street, one at ' i ncr of .ee. and the other In i of the Bullock, and a concert ' it Idle u vi ti me i us in il I, nt his intense s-jiirit el hi;'. :,nd .-oino idea is I'ayan and Stevenson eeh lira- i- : i. a:: (if tin II cm ,-; i s; j ,( .- M Illc 1 1 1 tliC s. il is, ,e I lull illl l ililrilisic fir I he s.'iiallcht prict'. Utf ;i I ii which wlucli A sir.t or ovpi coat is cit lit'i (lisiiiUMiiiil iii'' Id in sen ( cr .vl lc is Iicil rib tip at SII.W'III l. Nov. .:. Special It i . rcporli d that t!ie fori imi mini Id e at P kin l:ae demanded of the Chinese ; ivertiment to produ, e the beads n!' ( oinc.-e ol'l'e ials reported executed as oof that, the executions really took place. ft South American Alliance. liPFN'OS AYKKS. Nov. 3. President Salles of Brazil has just left here after agreeing to an alliance with Argentine to compel Chile to keep South American peace. Chile is plainly planning war with Bolivia and Peru. Coal Mine Disaster. PHILIPPI. W. Va.. Nov. .1. Special. - There was a terrible disaster this morning in the Berry burg coal mine, from an explosion. It is estimated that three dozen were killed and over j any 1 ice. Out- (lollies illc hiiilt willi a vi w to j ivino; the wearers the n'' stfi ii-tli, style' and ld'iintv, which niiikcs these was rendered. In the mcant'iu" the "smooth riders" arrived fi om the Valley. There were sixty-eight mounted men from around Spearlish. St. Onge and Centennial, and they were met oi side the city by Peter Zoeckler and .1 Jo Large, who rode nt the head of toe column as they marched up the street. The horsemen rode up Main to Deadwood. along Deadwood to Sherman, then hack to Main to Sherman and Lee. then ridini: i i the big ( orral that had been built for their horses, in the rear of Keller's barn, on lower Main street. This corral had been put up for the especial accommodation of the visiting horsemen. It was made large enough to hold several hundred head, and several loads of hay had been provided. As the horses were unsaddled and turned into the con-al checks were tied their ne -ks and duplicates were uiven their owners. 'I ho saddles were checki d in the same way. This is a specimen of the provisions made bv the lo. a committees. The provision-; for the human appetites we!-" jn-t as adcipiate, otH every eat-in" ho'io in town did a big business. el. II OS Mirccssf ul coinpetiloi s pro. lib r of lirst-gradt I .lilt us a( ahout half wil Ii III. -re heir ia nl Tte Horsc-shoc Bratiii Overcoats arc "Equal to custom-made. Pie Ion Hr, a,; , lul,. 1. r. i -n cocnty , lule-. Sixth Division Pel. i- .Iniev. coin-iiiaihliiu. a..s!si il by .lohn I-:. Mobcrg. I). uid ('ampin I', David Nelson and Al ( e ans. Terrnville and Centra drum corps. Ccnlial City Flambeau club. Central City Bryan and Stevenson dub. Terraville liryan and Stevenson club Seventh Division Hiram Dotson, omnianding, assisted by Lee Brooks, T. C. Pry or, Prank Baker and C. A. Dana. Belle Kourche and Spearflsh consolidated band. Belle Fourche Flambeau club. Belle Fourche Bryan and Stevenson club. Redwater mounted men. Butte county ami Northern dubs. Eighth Division Dr. N. M. Wade, commanding, assisted by Jas. Cosick, C. It. Kvans. Han Diltz and Al Aladalo. Lead Woodman band. Lead Flambeau club. Lead Marching club. Ninth Division M. L. Day, com manding, assisted by 'John Tierney. Bryan Hossiter, Jolin Wilson and Jas. Conzett. Dendwood band. Deadwooil Flambeau club. Deadwood Mar. bing dub. Carriages. There wi re i'l's horsemen in line by actual count, and something over eUht liiindrcd afoot and in carriages. These fi ;mes do not in. hide th(. bands of wliii 1 thei'e weie live, each with fiom fifteen to tbirty'liieces, and two drum corps. Then- were ten or twelve carriages and float.-, and several dozen transparem ics. each bearing some I'avori'e fusion sentiment. iincy piittcniH a hundred injured. 1 ho rescue lorce was taking out bodies all day. limited in quantity to a fin i ills ;iv voiif l-iilor Km i i iii Mint tin 1(1(1111 (Il s; tin a turn in Ivailwooil last nteht. The piofiram outlined for the parade , was followed with dock-like precision,' and each organization got into the ; place allotted originally by the grand marshal. Edwin Ait-Donald, "Mac, the Saddler," had charge of the parade, and his aides were the fusion candidates for sheriff of the six lilack Hills counties: William Mo.-,es. Hutte County; Jesse, Brown, Meade County; J. T. , Ingersoll, I'ennington County; Neil: Custer County; Ted Petty, I'all Kiver County, and James M. Haiis' I-awren.e County. The marshal and . his aides were all mounted, as well as the different division commanders. The parade was formed on lower j Main street, near the Elkhorn freight depot, the different organizations be-, ginning to fall in at 7:30. It was a. difficult matter to get the oliimn j properly organized, owing to its great ; size, hut the marshal was not a novice j in the parade business, and he saw , that every body of men was in its plate before a start was made. The ; line of march covered the entire busi- j ness portion of the city, and extended into the prim iplo residence parts, so that it was seen from the .lower to . the upper corporate limits. It was up ; Main sti.i t to the Masonic temple, on . Pin.' to Sherman, up Sherman 1 ' Cbai !e:-;'vliei e the order was riven to conntei march and the column changed direction. It moved down Sherman to Lee, thence across t Main, and up Main to the opera house, when it was dismissed for the evening meet- j ing. HI I (If v oxclusiveness voiir clothes riii. :' i; il reelil i !! I !i i- H v. i r wl.i ini: (hat lo have "I f -on,' iisiire . nit;: ;i!'e .ti: (il I lies vo'.l ni , your !.ick' one ii ip if il'HlcV In ('."e I Ml ' 1 1 . ' i I ! Bryan Goes to Lincoln. CHICAGO. Nov. 3 Special - Bryan finisheil a three days' speechmak-ing tour here late tonight and left for Lincoln for a tour of Nebraska Monday. His health and voice are good. McKinley's E'ection Sure. CHICAGO. Ills.. Nov. ."!.- Special Chairman Hanna and Vice Chairman Payne both issued addresses tod.av. claiming that McKinh-yV belicm i-nssun d. ROSENTHAL'S Palace Clothing House HUNDREDS OF REPUBLICANS. , Streets Contain as Many Republicans : As Fusionists on Bryan Day. 1 Said a well known gentleman last j nidit. after .reviewing the Bryant demonstration and sizing up the i niiv.I on tie' street' "There are as j n AAA.kAAAAA A THL AMEHICAN itAT!Q'ALBANK i TWQ MEETINGS IN TOWN ' .-.. ' -' i 'rf V '"' , . V i :",-:' '- ' - "r ---Fif - , 'i i i - i '' ' --V i;' "'i- . j ' ; -. '- .'-' - "7 ''i ' ' V- '':'' Sr. '': ? ' , -i . - ' V' nii'i'i Deadvood, South Dakota. A DEPOSITORY FOR THE.. STATE- i CITST CO TJ and many republicans as democrats among tiles" people." And the opiiii.on is con', urred in by every fair-minded person who observed the .thing carefully yesterday. And this notwithstanding' that it was a dayset apart for the Bryan peole, and that they had come all the way from Chadron to Kkalaka: from Edgemont to Camp Crook. In spite of the great number of good republicans present the Bryanites were treated with the greatest of courtesy and consideration, and it was nothing unusual to see groups composed of men of both parties fraternizing and chatting good naturedly on the situation. The republicans feel highly assured of their success in Lawrencec county and the Black Hills, since seeing the opposition out in force and being permitted to estimate the numbers. Drafts and Lettcrsvof Credit Issued, Good m Ail Parts of the World. I COLXCTXOXTS to Promptly and Attended Intelligently' The column was headed by tne grand marshal and the' Anights of Pythias band from Lead. Several of the marshal's aides were constantly with him during the march. The column was divided into nine divisions commanded and organized a.a follows: First Division. Peter Zoeckler, com. manding, assisted by Joe Large, Dick Hall, Chas. Lindsay, Duff Bernard, Oman P. Ong, Al Smith, and David Brown. Northern Hills Riders. Lawrence County Riders. Southern Hills Riders. Mounted men from the Valley. Second Division D. F. Connor commanding, assisted by Peter B. Sweeney, John Scollard, John P. McElroy, J. E. Hammond, P. B. McCarty, and T. O. Mitchell. Rapid City band. Sturgis City Flambeau club. Sturgis City Marching club. Rapid City Marching club. Whitewood Marching club. St. Onge Marching club. Meade county clubs. Pennington county clubs. Third Division Geo. C. Casler, commanding assisted by C. H. Henderson, Chas. S. Eastman, T. J. Griggs. , Rapid City drum corps. Keystone Flambeau club. Keystone Marchin club. Hill City Bryan and Stevenson club. Ro hford Bryan club. Coster County Marching club. Fail River corniy clubs. Fourth Division John B. Fagin, com 'nd!n t c-i, . .i i.. r it t i 4 p t i To any extent borrowers nagies or Bryan Elements Hold Afternoon and Evening Speakings. Two meetings were herd in Dead-wood yesterday by the fusion elements. The first was held in the afternoon and was addressed by Chaun-cey L. Wood of Rapid City and T. P. Gore, the blind orator from Texas. The evening meeting was addressed by Mr. Gore and ex-Congressmen H. A. Coffeen of Sheridan, Wyoming, who was a member of the house of repre-sentatives for two years ending 1895. Both meetings were held in the Opera house, and were presided over by John R. Wilson, chairman of the Bryan campaign of Lawrence county. The house was well filled in the afternoon and it contained about as many-people as it could accommodate in the evening. Enthusiasm was rife at both meetings, and the demonstrations of the audience could be heard away out on the street. Clarence S. Darrow. the Chicago attorney, and Senator Petticrew. had been advertised to be here, but they were unable to comply. It was explained that Mr. Darrow had been detained by an important criminal lawsuit. It was also announced that the demands on Senator Pettigrew's time were too great to permit his attendance in Deadwood. Dr. Howard S. Taylor, of Chicago, another speaker advertised to appear, was suffering Corbett's Duplicity. NEW YORK. Nov. 3 Special. George Considine. Corbett's former manager, is out w-ith a statement confirming the story told by the wives of Corbett and McCoy, that their late fight was a fake. warranted by collaterals 5YRUrtIGS Cleanses ihc oysteht Gcn:ly nnd r f fc c t ual ly Accounts Solicited ond ;.- costive. uhen biliou-, t Correspondence Invited. Our lonp; experiet :t in the Black Hills . at service of intending invc s ...- ' h scnts in the mot a-rcp'.-:J I' turm the Lucatlve prjrcir.' s " pi. ;rs Jtit own to act jj Y .-ii-licialy. TO CET ITS BNEFtriA'. EFFECTS BUY Th" CEMUINC I L'xfiFD. BY CAUF0FtH!A S-TC GYSUfCO. DON'T TRADE. ..The fusionists have abandoned all hope of electing anyone on the state or congressional ticket, and are trading their candidates for the legislative ticket. Republicans, stand firm. Vote the ticket straight... See that these names are oh your ticket: LLEWELLYN P. JENKINS. HENRY T. COOPER. E. H. WARREN. JOHN N. HAWGOOD. JOHN PETERSON. AMOS PATRIQUIN, DrREOTORS W. E. ADAMS. HARRIS FRANKLIN. Pre. JOHN TREBEfL BEN BAEH Vice Fre. C -'- WM. SELBIE, Cashier. l.iW iFK ICUISVILJLE . '(-nil vy o. n . iauuiri, erbert Groshong. and Henry Majors, "ai City Drum corps. iwm wn .Hki nt- tnwl v rm r. -s

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