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November 21, 1900

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 2

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HBDAY. KOVBMBBB t 1HB DAILY PIONEER-T-lMES, DEADWOOD, a D. I BLACK MIL i n r"u Fll. (Formerly PairB"lutd All kinds 'J J Agency for Sheridan 6L N Nathan tColman's. The Deadwood Pioneer-Times. I ESTABLISHED June 8, 1876. J given promDt :,"uo Simpson. Manager" Low Rate West and Northwest. Every Taesday during October and November the Burlington Route will sell tickets at the following remarkably low rates: Ogden, Salt Lake City, Butte. Helena, and Anaconda, one way, $28.36, Round trip $50.7, retarm limit 8t days. Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle, "Portland, Victoria and Vancouver, one way, $33.35; round trip, $56.70; return limit 30 days. Tickets and Information at all Burlington ticket offices. ft J n COVERS THE ENTIRE ULACK IIILLH.' is a document of the first importance for any person who really desires to understand the sitaatlon In the Philippines, and how we can most creditably acquit ourselves of the responsibilities which we have acquired there, equally whether we have achieved them or had them thrust upon us. And that Includes every American citizen who means to make a conscientious and enlightened use of his personal Influence. The bishop begins his statement of the "problem" with an outline of the history of Spanish rule In the islands. This is of importance, as it noes to show the opinion which the natives must have formed of European rule. To them we are the same sort of people as the Spaniards, who have pre Guard of Honor," by Miriam Michel-son, la the Urongest short story that has been published In thla country in recent years. It cannot be read without profound emotion. The leading characters are an actress and her son. The child, whom she worships passionately, constitutes himself her guard of honor, and finds his task difficult The second story in length is another of the series of brilliant society tales that Miss Caroline K. Duer Is contributing to The Smart Set. It is entitled "An Unfinished Elopement," and deals with events at the summer capital that came near to Raining sensational publicity. In this ftory Miss Duer demonstrates anew her rinht to her acknowledged place as one of the first of American" tdiorl story writers. Buren Stre,t ' " H i 1 he following so-called ii.. successfully treats " treatment: 7 Nil TELEGRAPHIC NEWS REPORT. PIONEER-TIMES PUB. CO., jj: LINOTYPE COMPOSITION. i Daily $1.00 Pep Month. J Weekly $2.00 Per Year. f Wii-V.-V.V. 'i-.'i'. i' 's ' . ' v " ' Asthma, Atrophy 0f t w Leg, Catarrh, N,,Iral rL " Deadwood, South Dakota. Neurasthenia, Chinos L. H Paralysis, in,,,,,,,,, "'"I Adams Express Removal. local office of the Adams Ex-. onipany has removed from street to the Syndicate blo:k, Dizziness, Stoma, h Trnnhf Selath a, n.vsc,-,: ,. S H Tin press Main male Trouble- y n '",uier, neada.hes n',v ' ,' "' UlnUo: LEAGUE. NN of this statf, o tin' Anti-Sa- THE VOTER'S Tin- Voters' union which was an inljiihrt loon league diil nor H . street. Room formerly occupied the iui toflice. J. li. Warren has n installed cashier. ,nst:J fco no reason why such a flight should bo i-xpc-mled upon Iiurke and nothing ically said against Jui1l; Moore or Andy Leo, when the latter is acknowledged to bo' as much a liceiiM' man a ; I'ui'ke. In thi.s county Ij ii fan a!n ad caiiously ruled over them for nearly four centuries and with whom the church has been one and i ir! i vi-idle. So i lose ha ; been the union ,; at it was I'l oil! i - ed in I7:: t hat Mano.i i an nm it Man k, Insomnia, J,n cob el baths m ult I ( John Jenna; 1 l.lievwi ia ''imDago, 'ion. in v-H I'll. -.1. In ilics ( Snani h An H,i I only ii fen' votes ov r M d op of M wa I'-iii ht an! i 1 1 . in oil'' o st VI I ! 'I 1 1 I ; i Ml. t lie ( it y la. i -v ot t ban wa ; i n -.1 I'f.'if n i i :t, I'.lt tili Vi in. I I. that wa; tion of arc nui. i he ;i Hi.' oi. : .ir: ' ; ln! ;.i ' ar Moor or i. It i n't I ! .ii t; I V.lls, in tii iAub I to V i.l sra.it fa d b. P lb tic AMEIi T , ,1. : is rich l!ei; if. the reienn tl N f. t 3 S H e jil i 'I t, .1 by d III Co I I" at th 1 1 I r. b pond' d upon." Oth r 1 1 JOHN WAGNER, ?rop I. at'.ne mil e for bill the bill pi e oi nor sent to a different ill s of v s i 1 lie I .'111 to appiov.a .1 i it') mil oninieiiiling Martin. I.oe, lb iii.d d r 'I nn habits the Of I ' noi:. i 1 1 ci Meals Served to Order. ha i of not leirnia we tool. thin-: e of ell II- !! lie ; I Olll! bar. OI' till! befor. (lest in biv be ! i ' : i . i ::; wk'v i; Mil -:' N. MCNT. At lb., very low rate of -j.s X, To i '( M;T i. M ) i )..!;. si.'A'i "ru:. w.vmi. SI '(l KAMI. WASH T.M'OMA WASH. Only $33.3",. Correspondingly low rates for the round trip to all above points. Call on V. A. Hampton, City Ticket Agent, for partb ulars. v pi 1 1 1 1 ; i - "s. And that may .: the chic' reason for 1 1c i : mil in some leases, hoth nominees for the same office. As Messrs. Martin, Her-ried iind llerg have no connei tion with the Voters' union or the A n! i Saloon league, the fa t be arne apparent that the union or the league, or old f'ar-hnrt had sold out to the fusionists, and the circulars sent out were intended to turn the support of the saloon men against Martin and Her-rled. Had the league been sincere Its unwarranted and unreasonable oppo until it w.h so amend- 1 that one h.ilf the lh on. e should tai to the state. If all the enmities of the state had an equal number of saloons in proportion to population the governor's action would not lie open to criticism. His intentions were good, but lie evidently overlooked the fact that the burden is unequally distributed, that while his county probably does not pay more than $600 or $800 per annum to the state, Lawrence county pays $20,000 to $25,000. The law can be amended K our members-elect will form a combination whereby all legislation Is blocked until Justice is done to the larger counties. There are other defects in the law that will suggest 13. ILVI. GILIiETTE Tho Pioneer Jeweler and Watchmakc ESTABLISHED 1876. DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELERY, ETC. ra WATCH EXAMINER FOR THE BUR LINGT0N 4 M R, iar contrast we witness between the joyful acquiescence in our rule in the Antilles and the rejeition of it by warfare in the Philippines. The rest of the difference is a difference (f national character. But there can be no national character which is not ultimately impressed by the combination of irresistiblo strength with Impartial justice. That combination It must be our No. 659 Main Street, Deadwood, 8. HI Philippine policy to exhibit in the isl An Important Difference. To make It apparent to thousands, vho think themselves 111, that they are not afflicted with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleansing, Is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all druggists. themselves to the members on a careful reading. Now that we have got ands. While we oy no means agree with Bishop Potter that It was a "blun ten rid of that relict of South Caro cseiecHMM der" either of Admiral Dewey cr of j Do you Know lina legislation the dispensary law, the license law should be made as perfect as possible. If there are things In It that cannot be reasonably enforced, they should be stricken out Some sort ot organized effort should be made to have all the license money go to the county and city where the saloon Is located. This will probably be the most Important piece of legislation proposed for Lawrence county. sition to Mr. Burke would have defeated Its object. A Mitchell correspondent of the Sioux City Journal discussing the league says: "In conversation with some of the embers of the Voters' union, who were In Mitchell a few days ago to attend the annual meeting of the Anti-Saloon league, they expressed them-elves as not being pleased with the outcome, and lay the large vote received by Mr. Burke to the manner in which the names appeared on the ballot. They assert that It was a scheme to place the names of Burke and Moore opposite each other and those f Martin and Lee opposite, bo that if a person desired to vote for Lee, the scratching would not affect the vote t Burke, but would operate against Martin, which was directly opposite f the desires of the union, and which operated to elve Burke as larete a vote as Martin. The vote, however, does not bear out the assertion, for In a ereat many counties It has been discovered that Lee did not run very far.ahead of Moore on hi own ticket. h Good Thing When YuSeeit? his superiors, for him to reman In Manila bay, we agree with him that responsibility for the Philippines is a burden which wo would not have sought, but which we cannot with honor unload, now that It has devolved upon us. We agree with him in his manly and vigorous resentment of the comparison of Agtilnaldo and his guerrillas with Washington and his associates. And we heartily sympathize with his expression of a faith that the America- intellect and conscience, which have tackled and performed harder tasks, will be found equal to a just and practical rolution of "The Problem of the Philippines." J. P. HYMER, Olympic Block, Deadwood, 8. D. COLLECTIONS NOTARY PUBLIC. Collections in all parts of the, Black Hills or anywhere in the United States Investments and proper of Non-Residents carefully attended to. FIDELITY BONDS. Both telephones In office and Harrison 'phone In residence. If jou do, then come and not only SEE, but taste $1.50 PER our brands of SHERRY, ANGELICA, PORT and GAL BI8HOP POTTER ON THE PHILIPPINES Bishop Potter's paper, In the current number of the Century Magazine, upon "The Problem of MUSCATEL Thev Are The Host in the West. 50c. qt Fine Old Whiskey of father time $3 00 and up- per, in the current number of the Century Magazine, upon "The Problem of the Philippines," has not, we believe, Winter Pasture. I havo 1280 acres of pasture land, well watered and plenty of grass. I will feed during storms. I can accommodate 100 head of horses this winter, at $1.50 per month. A. H. COOSLEY, Whitewood, S. D. FAMILY LIQUOR STORE Case beer delivered free to residence. (''!." Main St A rreat many members of the Voters' , received anything like the serious For variety and Interest the December number of The Smart Set ranks all previous Issues of that smart magazine. It is not too much to say that the novelette of the number, "Her union did not like the manner in consideration to which It Is entitled, which the candidates had been se- For that reason we refer to it now. lected for them to support, and could , and to say that In our judgment It 'IfBaHEHliaEMIEISBIliEm THE INCLATERRA-.TtlUE AND TRIED--NOT A SMOKER DISSATISFIED. WWWVWAVAVAVAV.WAV.V.VAVVViVAVAV ......... n ... ... ? mm V.V.ViW.W. jjjVWIAWAWi T W.W.V.V.'.j .V.V.V.".'.".'.'.;; Hf mint m a" ' .. . ... ... v.v.iv.'.v. 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