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J The Daily D ioneer -Times. 24th YEAR. DEADWOOD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), SATURDAY MORNING MAY 5. l'00. FIVE CENTS. who made the trip to the Klst parallel, the farthest point touched by man at that time. and appointing General MacArthur as ois su 'c-essor. It is expected th::'. Otis will sail fror;i Manila immediately. SULTANS BOASTS PROVE FAULTY GENERAL OTIS IS RELIEVED LORD ROBERTS AT BRANDFORT moved his family to the Hlack Hills. He had previously made several trips to this part of the territory, and was first in the Hlack Hills in is". lie was a member of the territorial council from that part of Itakota. and Day county was named after him. He became interested in the Hlack Hills as soon as he reached this section, and Base Ball Yesterday. Chicago, S; Cincinnati. r. F-rooklyn. 5; New York. f. Philadelphia, 12; Boston, 4. Strikers Return to Work. BI FFAI.O, N. Y.. May 4. Spe. !:.!. The New York Central strikers -ill returned to work this morning. The strikers on the Erie and l.ackawannj roads are still out. Command Cabled to Manila Detaching Him From Philip Official Inspection Shows Turk, ish Torpedo Boats Are Badly Built. British Take the Town the Boers Retreating Without Any Resistance. Republican Convention Plan. NEW YORK, May 4 Special It is pine Service. J announced today in authentic repub-! liean circles that Senator Wolcoi t will held some of these interests until the time of his death. J. L. Turner, of Springfield, has been a partner with him since the Specie Payment mining claims were first located in lS.'T, in Strawberry gu4ch. and still has interests in the property Mr. Turner was a member of the mercantile firm of Bonesteel & Turner, at the time Col. Day first located in the territory, the Jirm being one of the largest, if not the largest, mercantile institutions in Dakota. After Col. Day moved to the The Sultan is Going to Order New Boats of American Builders. The President Appoints General MacArthur to Succeed Him in Command. Every Indication That Final Advance on Pretoria Has Begun. Miles Promoted, WASHINGTON, D. C. May 4 Special. The senate today passed the bill retaining General Nelson A Miles with rank as lieutenant general of the army, by a vote of 44 to 8. -o Free Homes Bill Passes. RAPID CITY, May 4. Special. A telegram was received at the local land office Thursday from Congressman be temporary chairman of the Philadelphia convention, Senator Lodge permanent chairman,- and that F'oraker will make thespeech renominating McKinley. o Filed For Record. Florence McCarthy to N. H. Schenck, the Erin and Erin fraction 'ciining claims, near the" west fork of Rutabaga gulch. Mrs. Nellie M. Brown to Mrs. R. S. Wright, certain household furniture," $73. Burke, stating that his free homes bill had passed the house of representa WASHINGTON. I). C, May .- -Special A cablegram was received from General O'is today, asking that he be relieved ht once. The president directed that the request lm granted and command was cabled lo General Otis detaching him from the Philippines LONDON. May 4. Special. There is a marked revival in the British interest in the war. General Roberts ieported today the capture of Brand-fort by the British, the Boers retreating without resistance. Brandfert is 3S milps north of Bloenifontein, and a tives. It is hoped and believed that CONSTANTINOPLE, May 4. Special. The inspection of all the Turkish torpedo boats shows that the construction is faulty The inspection is the result of the recent blowing up of the Turkith torpedo boat off the coast of Syria. The sultan has decided to order several torpedo boats of Italian and American shipbuilders. significant fid is that General Roberts the bill will pass the senate this session. The bill provides for free homesteads on all Indian reservations opened for settlement, and will te a reat advantage to South Dakbta. as it will otherwise be allowed to remain open. sent the report from Brandfort him self. The British forces are spread over a Aide expanse, and there is every I We Make r I indication that the final advance on Pretoria has begun. Against Japanese Immigration. SAN" FRANCISCO, Cal., May 4. Special. A mass meeting has been called for Monday night to protest against the Japanese immigration. Mayor Ph Ian and other prominent citizens will speak. black Hills he achieved considerable prominence by his opposition to Governor Church. He had been mentioned by his friends for governor during President Cleveland's first term, and being defeated, he went to the territorial convention, at W.Ueitoun in 18SK. as an avowed opponent to the governor His opposition to Church engendered n bitter contest, and the convention tplit. two conventions being held, one of them being dominated by Church and the other by Day. Both conventions selected delegates to the St. Louis convention, bur the Church delegates were seated an. I assisted in .nominating Cle eland the second time. Col. Day was a man of remarkable physic il energy and unquestioned bravery. He bad undergone rdcals tha would have killed an ordinary nan. and he seemed to thrive on them. His was a moral as well as physical courage. It did not matter what confronted him. he did not hesitate to continue the struggle, even tho it appeared unequal. His physical bra .erj was not only tried during the lime he was a j McKinley Congratulates William. WASHINGTON, D. C. May 4 Spe (ial. The president today ctbled OUR FIRST EXHIBIT OF 1900 SPRING CLOTHING FOR . ... Men and Boys congratulations to Emperor William on the approaching 21st birthday of Crown Princt William on Sundav. A WARM CAMPAIGN. DEMOCRATIC SIDESHOW. What it Costs a Few Cranks to Play at Politics. Sioux Falls. S. I)., Ma.- . Special As the result of the mass meeting of citizf-ns arranpments for the populist national convention to lie held here next week are being pushed and are lit x t Tuesday night a number of arches wil have been completed at various points on the chief business streets. These at night will be illuminated with gas aud electric lights. The tent and ground- surroundinp it will also be brilliantly and artistirally lighted The work of decorating the buildings will begin toward the end of the present w.vk.anil heft-re the arrival of the Street Car Strike Settled. CLEVELAND. O.. May 4. Special The big street car strike which has T Four New Daily Papers to be Established in Montana. Helena. rMont.. May 4. There is to be an upheaval in the near future 'in Montana newspaperdom, according to those in a position to speak authoritatively. These reports chronicle the establishment of two new dailies in Unite, one in Missoula and in all prob- been on for almost a year has been settled. The men make no statement except that the settlement was satisfactory to i hem. It is stated that th-' company will tak" back th" tankers as last as vacancies occur. private in me army miring tne cmi war. he was at the head of th-' stale troops on this side- of the river dining the Indian troubles in 1831, and iuain-tnwied a patrol, to assist in protecting Danes Abandon the Trade, COPENHAGEN, Denmark. May Special The goernnient has loivd the plan to sell th. i).tni.-,h Yst delegates the city will he in holiday attire in honor of the occasion. The Fifty-first Iowa regimental band, which was the best in the service in the Philippines, has ben secured for the eonv ntion. Contracts with other The public have hem in the habit of looking to us for the proper styles in male apparei. Each season we have shown that which is newest rnd best, rid have established the stand, ards in this section of the countiy on the same lines as those which have met with popular ,;.v,-r in the male faahion centers tue country Our exhibit for tne coming scuton is really the most Interest-frig which we have ever made. Th6 styles of the men's garments seem to us to possess more rraceful lines, and the boys' and children's clothes are more tasteful to our minds than any which have been produced in it any years. The fabrics thru-out the entire line show the progrf sr. which has been made in artistic cloth weaving, both in America and abroad, while the perfectly matched trimmings spef. U. volumes for the painstaking good taste of the manufacturers. Taken altogether, this exhibit is well worth the effort it cost r.s to gather, and we will be more than repaid for our trouble it 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 today. We will speak of them in more detail at anotuer time. tilulity. another in Hillings. 01 these. three will he republican .mil one democratic. Al will be served by the Associated Press. The immediate ca'use of the launching of these new journals is to secure control of the next legislating which since the federal senate has dec hired Y. A Clark's seat vacant, and Thomas H. Carter's term expires March 4 next, will thus be given the opportunity of electing- two United Slat"s senators a political stake seldom offered. As Senator Clark's pa Indies to the United States. Pionii-bient men w re opposed to the sal'' ami The king is now opposed. ing the settlers along the frontier, and on numerous occasions his courage was tested severely. lh was devotfd to his family, and especially to his sou Lee. with whom he was on terms more like those of a brother than a parent. Besides his son. he had two d lughttis. Miss Julia. a graduate of the Normal hands will also be made. In addition. Stout's full Sioux Falls orchestra, oik of the be-t in the country, the Minne The President s Veto. WASHINGTON, I). C, May 4.--Spo-ial. The president today vetoed th- school at Spi artish. who has been living in Oregon for some months, and a Jbill opening the Navajo Indian n so lvation to mining operations. Th-' bill was rushed thru congress without investigation by the interior department. haha Mnndskor. a singing society composed of Sioux Falls business men, and which is famous thniout the northwest as well as other bands from adjacent states, will he at the disposal cf the convention musical committee. The total estimated expense of the convention, inc luding the slim paid to the populist nationajpakoinmittee as an inducement tor Inciting the convention at Sioux Falls, is placed at ili. .!('. pers have unreservedly announced that he will seek election to the senate this fall, which necessarily implies strenuous Daly opposition thereto, and the further fact that Senator Carter, republican, is equally determined to retain his -eat. the effort to control this fall's election promises to eclipse all former attc mpts even in this state of spectac-hwait.'d with much interest. vounger daugter. Miss Ethel, who has been living with her mother at Oakland. California. Col. Dav was a Mason, and a Knight Templar. A telegram was received at Rapid City from Lee Day Thursday, from Se-attil?. in which he said he -vas going to meet the remains of his fatner us soon as possibh. and would accompany, them to Oakland, for burial. a . . Republican Convention at Rapid. RAPID CITY, S. P., May 4. Special. The republicans of Pennington c.un- ; ROSENTHALS PALACE ty will hold fheifeutitention in Rapid t City tomorrow aPernoon, to select delegates to the state congressional convention. The convention will 1: solid j Tickets to ll.e eoi.vt-ntinn will he sold I at 2.rai each, which will entitle the holders to attend all the sessions, j From this source the sum of j-l.OUO is I expected to he raised. Willi this sum por Hon. Eben V Mart in for ffmoi'ii nd the delegation will so with in- Studying for the Stage. NEW YORK. May 4. Special.---Mi . Terrencc- McCovern. the cyclonic young man from Iirooklyn. who has gained fame as the most expeditious of all annihilators of pugilists in his tructiona to cast its entire strength th" aggregate amounts contributed by the rail reads with lines enteting Sioux Falls, and the1--Minis thus far coin rib-, or Mr. Martin THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Deadwood, South Dakota. Funeral of Robert Boyd. KAPID CITY. May 4. Special.-Th- A DEPOSITORY FOR THE, class, is woiking Jjard to tit himself for a c areer upon the stage. Mr Mc -Govern is next season to play the role of a tough hoy in a piece exploiting Howery life, as it isn't, and his prepar emains of the late Uobert Boyd, coun- judgc of Pennington 'count v. winse 'path occurred in Omaha Thursdav ations are causing him vastly more uted by the citizens and business men. only n small deficit is left. The baj-ance tie-led will be raised befoi the end of the presnt week, thus insuring the committees sufficient funds to carry their plans through. A large number of cots have been ordered from Omaha and other cities. These will be placed in offices and vacant rooms and w ill be rented at a nominal price to visitors. The citizens are fuly aware of the undertaking assumed by the city in being called upon to accommodate a crowd nearly equal to its population, but there will be no CITY", COUNT? and STATE. Drafts and Letters of Credit Istued, Good lu All Parts of tho World. were shipped from Omaha today, and will arrive at Rapid City tomorrow orenoon, accompanied by the wife and mothers of the deceased. The funeral H be held' here Sunday afternoon anxiety than any of the preliminary work he has hitherto done when contemplating the demolition of some rival of the prize ring. Mr. McOovem does not know whether he will he sic cessufl as an actor or not. but hi admiring friends in Brooklyn think he can give pounds of weight to Mi' )et- mm the Catholic church. The ourial ite3 of the Ancient Order of United '? fVorktnen, of wfcich Judfe Doyd was a leniber will be administered -it the COIiliECTIOlTS Attended to Promptly and -Intelligently. rave. faltering, and it is believed all obstacles to the proper entertainment of the crowd, will be overcome. Confidence is expressed in the ability ferson and do him in the first round. o Col, Day's Career. A gentleman who was familiar with the history of the late Col. Merritt FTJH1TISHED i Wholesale Funerals at Schofield. SCOFIELD, Utah. Mav 4. SDeeial. 3 3 Ixirrowers names or To any extent warranted by collaterals. of the committees and citizens to pro-oieep, the chief difficulty being to provide food, the capacity of the hotels Umost three hundred bodies have n recovered fro:n the mine disaster. He work of clearing the mine is pro-;ressln rapidly. The funerals of Accounts Solicited and and restaurants in this particular being limited. To prevent the possibility of any of the visitors not being properly fed a number of temporary enting houses will be erected by individuals, while the ladies of the church and oth-ar societies will also do their full share Correspondence Invited. uany 0f the victims will be had to-norrow. The shipment of coffins today done, prevented wholesale cremation, many of the bodies had begun to Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels uan5es the ystem EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES LtTO ' Ritual C0NflPAT,0N PERMANENTLY Bur the 6tNuiN? - MiNT.o ey (auirniaTgpSyrvp(2. vtz.'ZC t-voN Mwdtw DMn mi mi fttmi Our lon experience in the Black Hills is at the service of intending investors, H. Day, regarded him as one of the most promin ent citizens of the State of South Dakota. He says the colonel first came to Dakota in 1869, 'and opened a small store at Vhite Swan, on the Missouri river, where he traded with the Indians and government employes, trappers and settlers, and sold wood to the steamboats plying along the river. In 1882 he went into the law business with J. D. Elliott, present United States district attorney for the State of South Dakota, and they opened an pffice at Springfield. The partnership was continued for a number of years, and Colonel Day continued his residence in thatpart of the territory until about 1886, when he toward providing fopd an 3 serving it to the visitors. utrtfy. The relief funds now exceed wty thousand dollars. -r -o 4 Arctic Surgeon Killed. Detroit ' Mirii ! f is Great enthusiasm was shown at the DIRECTORS Ik W. E. ADAMS. JOHN TREBER. HARRIS FRANKWN. Pres. BEN B&JSR, Vice Pres. cm. w Jr.. Edward Everett Vincent, surgeon th the famous Peary arctic expedi- 1MVW trnck and kUled by a street T todav kti- -11 vi. n mass meeting of citizens, and from now on there will be po abatement in the work of pushing arrangements for the "convention to a conclusion which will insure to every delegate and" visitor a pleasant and profitable outing. WM. SELBIE, Cashier. iiujub uicjcie. ut. at . one ot the party of six

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