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Deadwood, South Dakota
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The Daily Pioneer -Times. DEADWOOD, 8. 1). BLACK HILLS 1, TUESDAY MoKXIXc; APRIL 24. 1900. FIVE CENTS. THE MARTIN MEN ARE IN EVIDENCE THE WIRE TRUST GUTS PRICES pressed air road, was had here today. Most comprehensive is the tunnel company's project. It proposes to begin its underground road at a point under West street in Manhattan, near Cortland street, and run thence under West and Lilrry streets. Maiden Lane, to to resume. Whol- sale hardware interests say that the r. 'dm lionls a slock gambling scheme. The reduced pi ires will result ill the de.-lin,- ot tlu wile trust's stock. Gates and ether heavy holders will thus be aide to liny up the stock at a low figure. ;:fter which prices will again le raised. JOLIET. 111.. April 23. Special. -The rod mill of the Illitioi , SlVi company closed down today. Eight hundred men were thrown out of work. The rumor that it was the entire plant, mploying several thousand, is denied by the president of the company, who says the shut down is for temporary repairs only. Oppositiontothe People'sChoice Meet With Small Favor at the Voters Hands. Wholesale Hardware Men Think the Reduction is a Stock Gambling Scheme. MISES !0M TURKEY Has No Faith in romises and Impatient. itic Circles Think is Willing But "aid. tuiniul, (.'rook. St. Ongc. and the valley precincts all elected Martin delegations. The opposition to Mr. Martin have conceded the convention and fa-vur making it unanimous and s-ndiug a strong delegation to the state ron-veution, headed by Mr. Walter Sun ad oi' Lead, i he names of the delegates so far as learned are: FIRST WARD DEADWOOD. Delegates Frank Keller. ".1. Hart-well, G. W. Howes. I'liil Atkinson, ti. A. Parker. Alternates. A. G. Sliger, H. P. Bills, Al. Burnham, J. W. Fargo, Joseph Schwing. SECOND WARD DEADWOOD. Delegates. George V. Ay res, Arthur Simpson, George W. Clark. G. G. Bennett. J. H. Wheeler, W. H. Bonham, James Rogers. Sam Schwarzwald, W. J. and under the East river to the I'laza, Brooklyn. There the company hopes to connect with cars operated by tire New York and Brooklyn Union Transportation company. The promoter ot the enterprise is George Wilson.. He retains 586 of the 1000 shares of capital stock. The capital of the corporation is $60,0U0. The tunnels for which franchises have been asked would cost millions. Illinois Steel Company Lets Eight Hundred Men Out At Joliet. It Was a Landslide, a Snowstorm, a Perfect Deluge of Votes For Martin. Union Pacific's New Fast Train. CHICO. April 23. Special. The Union Pacific railroad today put into operation today its new train between this city and Portland, Ore. This This trair. will be knowri'as the "Overland and Limited," and will shorten the time between the two cities by tw'o Anniversary ol Civil War NEW YORK. April 2 '..Special The anniversary of the departure of the Thirteenth regiment for the civil war was celebrated tonight, with a regimental review, drill parade and reception. Prominent officers of the national Guard, including Major G neral Roe attended. Republican primaries were held thruout the county yesterday to select delegates to the county convention to be held in Deadwood next Saturday, which in turn will select delegates to the state convention to be held at NEW YORK. April 23. Special. The wire tiust announces a cut in wire nails, barb wire, smooth wire did other prodiuts. averaging a dollar a hundred. The company sus the reduction will re tilt in the sale of their surplus stock, permitting the Idle mills Thorn by. Alternates. J. M. Fish, E. V. Hatch, B. C. Cook, George Damon. William Selbie. Nathan Halle. John Hunter. R. O. Craft. .1. 1'. llymer. THIRD WARD DEADWOOD. Delegates Seth Hullo, k. J isepli Rickel, A. Shaw, J. W. Fowler. J. J. Feldhauseii. George Fuller, John H. Burns, S. Koenigsberg.'r. U. Ixii kinis. Alternates. James Hogarth. J. G. Keith, C. K. Seitz. J. ('. O'Domiell. IV L. Rogers, W. T. Graham. George I'arker, J. G. Thomas. John Baggaley. FIRST WARD LEAD. I hours and forty-five minutes. The train will go thru without change and will cany Pullman Palace sleeping; sleeping cars, buffet, smoking cars and dining cars. 1 U. C, April 23. uerican charge d'af-lople cabled the War lie sultan had ;iven e to pay the Amen-state department of-aith, however, in the It will be no sur-Id be necessary. The inet are determined ;t. 23. Special It is plomatic efrcles that ectly willing to pay l for fear the powers precedent and insist oT other debts owing 1 holds off. ). C, April Villas seemed a i.iian-the con.sii''.raiiofi ot We Make Sioux Falls on May 23rd for the purpose of selecting delegates to the national convention and to place in nomination a congressional and state ticket. The question at issue in Lawrence county was whether the convention on the 2Mh shall instruct its delegates for Hon. E. W. Martin for congress, or Judge G. C. Moody for United States senator. Mr. Martin had announced his candidacy early in the campaign and had his forces well organized. Grocer's Meeting. C'KDAR RAPIDS. Ia.. April 23. -Special. A meeting of the State Retail Grocers' association opened here today, and will continue until the 2tJth. The trans-Mississippi fowl exposition Is Frank Irwin. John Delegates. T. D. Edwards. Lewis, George Eoglesong, E. F. It. Dunlap, John N. Peterson OUR FIRST EXHIBIT OF 1900 SPRING CLOTHING FOR .... BUGABOO Men and Boys lal bill May 1 nd '2 Corcoran, H. S. Clark. Alternates. S. R. Smith. L. Fell shell Graham, R. H. Piircen. George Thompson. Dr. C. E. Zerfing. J. K Senile, R. H. Driscoll SECOND WARD LEAD. in legates. Walter !:.'::- M;:y. L. I'. Jenkins. James McQuillan i lie Danielson. William Bartolero.. Anton Jurjch Jr.. Fred Pennington. M. 1 V Polk. John Esterbrook. Alternates H. E. Dewey, M. ('. The public have bet n in the habit of locking to us for the proper styles in male apparei. Each season we have shown that which is newest mil best, r l d have establisheu the stand. on the same lines as those r in the male fashion centers ards in this section of the count r which have met with popular ;:. vi n For Dewey. I), t', April 13 & Uliio rail-i special train of in-a cars for tin- us.' ot ife and party in the estern and southern aves here April 3n, first stop at t'hiia-They will return to 'Campbell. John Treweek, John 'I . Mar toe country Our exhibit for tne coming season is really the most interesting which we have ver made. The styles of the men's garments seem to us to possess moro graceful lines, and tho boys' and children's clothes are more tasteful to our minds than any which have been produced in luany years. The fabrics thruout the entire line show the progress which has been made- in artistic cloth ueuving, both in Amtrica and abroad, while the perfectly matched trimmings spof.k volumes for the painstaking good taste of the manufacturers Taken altogether, this exhibit Is well worth the effort it cost t:s to gather, and we will be more than repaid for our trouble ii it proves as interesting to you as we anticipate that it v ill. The spring shapes in Hats and the new shapes in Haberdashery will also be shown for the first time tlay. We will speak of them in more detail at anotuer time. tin, W. C. Bwer, Albert Steele, Mike Mc.Mlen. Nels Brakke. Harry Salmon, Anton Glaver. THIRD WARD LEAD. Delegate.- t W Freeman, tat large. i Tho :;. Harvey. Dave Morgan, W. Gibbs. A. H. Lundin. M. I.. Rice, S. E. Cl-rtiis. George ' . Wills. Henry liar .i.o 1. C. M. Pinkerton. Alternates. A. .!. Furlong, Robert Tackabury, Anton Maletto, John Quayle, J. F. Bortoff, J E. Cooper. George Collins, J. A. Beck, Frank Hoppin. FOI RTH WARD LEAD. Delegates. W. S. O'Brien." William Lang, Gus Abramson, G. Cruickshank. .1. A. Blatt. I. Z. Putnam, C. Simmons. A. P. Carter. I Protect Him. .pril 23. -y is still ill Li re. eping his wherea-t. Roosevidt. after Taylor, announces t attention to any khani in case the ailing for Taylor's ;e of complicity in 1 Alternates. J. P Thomas. A. D. Ferguson, Alex. Cruickshank, N. Treweek. i Continued On Page 5.) R0SENTHALS PALACE J Mr. Bryan preparing another campaign Issue with the able assistance of th Intrepid and wile Mr. Macrum. Minneapolis Tribune. rve Five Years. D. C, April 23 me court has de-e case of Captain h. onvicted by a court ty in the Savannah decides that Carter years, his sentence. also being neld in the new ?40,000 au lAVfc A A A Arfh rfW rfWI. AAA ilitorium here. The association has T TUC AMCDIPAW MATIflXJAI RAMlf i I IIL MIIILIIIUHIl MM I UHlliA 5000 members and excursions are coming fiom almost every city in the state. Every foot of space for the food show is engaged. This meeting promises to surpass any similar one held In the state. i Deadwood, South Dakota. .A DEPOSITORY FOR THE. t Judge Moody returned from California only ten days ago, too late to organize a force large enough to be effective. Then, again, Hon. Robert J. Gamble had come out for the senate and had many pledges of support, hence the sentiment of the people was decidedly in favor of asking the state convention for a congressman, which we are practically certain to secure, rather than to take chances on securing a senator with so many stray candidates in tne field east of the river. The landslide for Mr. Martin should not be considered as against or uncomplimentary to Judge Moody or his supporters. The result may be thus summed up: Wherever there was a contest for delegates, GITV, COUNTY" and STATE n India. I 23. Special Ad-Ine districts show (ring are lndescib-elief is Inadequate re ia great fatality en weakened from e compelled to go ! the prace of the plowing. A mob privates here, bad-before they were 'I Wellesley College Enowment. NEW YORK. April 23. Spesial The New York alumnae of the Welles-ley college gave an entertainment for Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued, Good in All Parts of the World. I the benefit of the Wellesley college endowment fund at the Waldorf-Astoria this afternoon. Beatrice Her-ford gave her. original monologues. o : Barrola Sentenced to Death , ' COXiXiECTXOlTS to Promptly and Intelligently. Attended the Martin men won out with the probable exception of a few precincts Canton. ACTS GENTLY ON THE WELLSBORO, Pa.,AprlI 23. Special. 3 Isaac Barrola, the Tioga county wife . C. April ent and his wife Kidneys, Liver murderer, will be executed here tomor in the southern portion of the county, in Deadwood and Spearflsh, the contest was spirited and well organized. Th? vote by wards in Deadwood was- Martin. Moody. t for a short visit row. his crime was particularly re borrowers names or To any e. They will re extent warranted by collaterals and Bowels r ,eaNses the System volting. He set fire to his wife's clothes and held her so that she could not extinguish the flames. Governor 41 4U 46 Stone has refused to interfere in the First ward 81 Second ward 140 Third ward .164 Fourth ward 206 ytrrcuiUALur, case. - 1 ' esterday. laU, 7. St Louis, burg, 6. Boston, Rain at St. Louis' Accounts Solicited and Correspondence Invited. Our long experience in the Black Hills is at the service of intending investors. 17 ' Total 591 OVERCOMES 1 srrtJ C I -VVJ A Bloody Affray. OURAY, Colo., April 23. Special A bloody affray took place last night between a party of Americans and Italians on Main street, In which Peter fiaasett was probably fatally cut, with a knlfo and Anton Rett! pounded Into Insensibility with brass knuckles. Both men are la St Joseph's hospital. The main Instigators of the affair fled upon the approach of the night marshal who expects to arrest them 4oday.'-, 33ZZUSCTOZIS itualCoNST'PAT.on uumu PERMANENTLY evr Twe tENuiNt-MAH'r o by !l"UlTGfSYRVP(' -2'5 In Spearflsh the Martin men won two to one. Lead selected uninstructed delegations from each of the four wards, about equally divided between Martin and Moody. Preston, Portland, Terry, Ruby Basin, Terrayllle, Central, Oay-llle, Whitewood, Two Bit, . Galena, Ferry, Mountain Ranch, Hathaway't, Upper .Falsebottom, Falaebottom, Cen- . s. JOHN TRJSB&l. W. t ADAM 3. - let Hearing. II 23. Special A lereby the New ersey City Trans. t6 build a tunnel k and Brooklyn, lectrtc'-or- com Harris rRANKIJN. Pre. BSi rrm 'J WM. 6ELBIE. Caahler.

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