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i THE DAILY .'I0NKE11-TU1K& fclUDAtf, APRIL 8, OMAHA ADVERTISEMENTS. Want Column. thorttles who accused hi a before. In-J deed, In the light of the appellate decision Jus-, rendered It la reasonable to r By nourishing m m aH inrpnss THE PIONEER-TIMES. (Eetbllafca4 U7-7.) PIONEER-TIMES PUBLISHING CO. - vrrr 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY Ever jr morning. except Moa- Oaa Tear , f 11.00 is Uoatte 1.00 1 Stop and See the. Diamond T' FOR 90 DAYS. 10 War Cont 1 Soap Wrappers. The Best Laundry Soap. On Exhibit in TYTTTT Windows of Will be returned on all Tosh Salos to Cuatom-art on Leather Goods in the Shoe Line. They art marke I in plain figures, Ilbs in price than any other houao in the atate. Save Your Soap Wrappers. Particulars of ContMt will ba Explalasd In that Golum&a la a short tiins. T TnO Drug Store El&ln St FARM . . uargains? MAIN STREET. DEADWOOD. NEW Hanagement. leas Money than any Oth Oome and Supply Yourself at For Sale by All Qroce:s. THE CUDAIIY PACKING CC...PAIIV, OmftTio, TVS aliero, C. E. ZIPP'S FOR THE . . AND GARDEN. Alfalfa, Clover. Alsyke. Timothy. Blue Grass. Millet. Cane. Kaffir Cora. Seed Potatoes and Foraga Plant Seeds, Vegatabla and Fbwar (T Beads. This Is one of the best years known for buying and sowing seeds. Prices art low and weather favorable. Qillmore Iious Prices furnished on application. Catalogue Under New OCara Mora Attractions for FKEE Ttia KEtrsska S::j ltz;::i 1809 arnsm St. - Omaha, Xabrank, .... House in the Olty Beat meals, Bet Dining Service, Best Hooma and Best Location of any House in the City. Carl Blank Prop. Keystone Restaurant j Reopened Manag-.ment ot Bush & flundhenke. Prsotloal Hotel men who will ive tne beat J5o meal In the (Mr. Meal Tickets $5.00. Good Home Cooking i Bi a Virt -Class Ymu Cook. lik for a reopening of the entire Drey fus raae, which Is virtually the foun dation of the Zola rase. If the reac tion should last long enough Zola may be a popular hero in a month aud the mobs that a few weeks ago shouted for his disgrace may be equally eager for his praise. WORTHY OK "fONKIDENCE. The defamatory goealp, .It-Ring weakness and vacillation In the presi dent's views concerning the Cuban problem, has never gained credence with any respectable fraction of the American people. It Is true that he has exhausted every possible means consistent with national self-respect to obtain a peaceful settlement ot the con troversy, and the republic thoroughly endorses and approves his labors In that direction and the wise and Chris tian policy upon which they were bas ed. Hut whether peace or war was to result the public expressed their con fldence In the firmness and wisdom ot the executive. Congress appropriated $30,000,000 for national defense without a dlssentllng vote. Since that time the army and mi vy have been working night and day to prepare for any emergency. When that appropriation was made all the public Irrespective of party, creeds aud nationality Joined harmoniously In tne action. It was for national honor The prualdeut In the meantime was us Ing every effort with Spain to bring about peace and a proper recognition of the insurgents. He was led to be Iteve that success was tr crown hi el forts. It turns out that Spain was de ceivlng us to gain time and his effort have failed. Having taken our pout tion, and that position, and that post tlon a Just one, there Is no poeslblllt of s withdrawal from It. On February 2.". Importation of gol in settlement of balances of trade be gan. 1 he amount Imported has reach ed over $25,700,000 and still the timid yellow metal comes. No war scare, no It to I foolishness and no "robber tariff" can keep It out. FALLEN PKOM THE SKY. Every once In a while some adventurous aeronaut makes a balloon ascension, gets entangled with a cyclone and baa an abrupt dearer. The building of aerlcl vehicles vhlch are Intended to travel through the "blue empyrean" comfortably and danger lens haa long been the dream not only of Irrational and chimerical people, but oi really scientific minds. Experience, however, teaches us one fact, namely, that It no lofty flights to grasp the fact that Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters will relieve, surely and speedily, biliousness, whether chronic or temporary. No less efficacious Is this standard medicine In rases of malarial fever, nervousness, dyspepsia, rheumatism and sick headache or debility. A IABOR OF IX) VK. Dr. W. I. Seymour, the Omaha specialist who will visit this city on Friday, haa had a great success among cross-eyed children. This la a labor oi love With Dr. Seymour, aa there Ir nothing that appeals more to him than the sight of a child growing up with cross-eyes, which he haa demonstrated over and over again can be corrected by the proper treatment If tsken be fore it Is too Isle. The psrents oi HiK'h afflicted t;)e oneH will miss .t reat opportunity If they fail to on--t it 1 1 the doctor during his stay In thi-clty. Friday, April sth. positively the lam day. o AN ANALOGY. (Ily Herbert Hammond.) When I travel to the city, and return again at night, I am fueed by a conductor, blue or coat, with buttons bright; And from off my brund new ticket with Its number fifty-four. Off he clips one little section; nevei less and never more; At the flrxt I have ho many tbst i mind It not a bit, And li seems that he will never clip the last one off of It; Hut remorscly and slowly, one by one they melt away. And he takes my ticket wholly, on the month's last, final day; Takes ind drop It In his pocket, ami I know Its life Is o'er. And I feel 'tis vsln repining, for I'll never see It more. Thus. I said. It I with living; In out youth three score and ten Heema eternity, expanded; yet. It Is allotted men; Time, with slow and rhythmic motion, gathers In our early years; If we could, we e'en would haaten. coming epochs, fraught wlt tears; But he take them no more swiftly, that we wlah them to be gone; STAR & WANTED HELP S' Wanted A man and wife without hlldren to work on a ranch. Enquire this office. Wanted Solicitors for the beautiful Ka of Frances E. Wlllard." published under the auspices and Indorsed by the W. C. T. U.; the only official book; prepared by Anna Gordon, for SI years Mlas Wlllard's secretary; beautifully illustrated; only $2; tremendous de msnd; bonansa for agents; luperti lio. k; liberal commissions; credit given; delght paid; wrltt quick for outfit and terms. The Dominion Company Authorised Distributers, Dept. I, S5v Dearborn St., Chicago. rOR BAI.1I r For Sale Fine aet of marble top Buu her shop fixtures at half value. H. E. Peikins, Sturgls, S. D. CTDealrable building lots on Lincoln ivesue Ibgleslde. Lunioer furulaheJ to bull L Edwin van Use. u Lou For Sale Howards Addition. ruls addition U. Dead wood, beautiful ly located on the Park bench, adjoin- ng the Dudley Spring, In the Flnt ward, la now opto for settlement. 8m plat aud prices at office of Edwin Van Clse. For Sale Ten acres ot choice farm, garden and fruit land In Spaarfish val ley. Miss Jenny Clsy, Deadwood. I 'For Sale 20-stanip mill, Homeatakt mortars, 850 pound stamps. Will tract the mill anywhere on a railroad (ir Sl'J.500. Address the Black Hills Ma chlnery Co., Deadwood, S. D. For ale Handsome bay team, sound aud gentle, well broken, double and single, six and seven. Inquire at this office. MlsCELANKOUS WANTS. F. M. Coun will find it to hla Inter est to answer thla ad. Anyone know Ing of his whereabouts will pleaaa an swer and receive reward. M. Leone 1218 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. FOR RENT. LTTo Rent In Clark Building, one double and three single offices, by B. Cuihman. tt For Rent Furnished house on Forrest avenue, with hoi and cold water, bath. Ac. Address "C." car of thla office. tt For Rent 1. I or 3 rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at this office, LOST. Iost A pair of gold-rlmmed, double lenaed spectacles. Finder leava at this office and receive a reward. First Annual . . Tfea OS!.:::. UDsr 0:1:3 No. 14 W. F. ot M. City Hall April 14. COMMITTEES: EXECUTIVE Dan O'Connell. Chaa. Ixxmjer, David Brown. Frank Meade, M. T. MoCall. DOOR John Melnerny.lrvln W. Anderson, Thomas Carroll. RECEPTION George Cowln. W.De-any. Art Wine, Chas. Mayer, Chaa. McAllister. FliOOR Thomss Wheaton. Win. Hanky, J. W. Fsrgo. A. Oleson, Elof Engdahl. This being the first ball, will be the grandest. Remember the place and date. T. d. DOWD, PRACTICAL fstchmtker, v J And OPTICIAN Hick Hills Jet-airy Mads to Order. stehEanvnf i the F. S.A M V ft f ' I will rfUATMJ'.--. . at.o't iu - .! ,tieM iStftit hi "u'V.iici Oiassod. Second Hinrl mu i MACHINERY. 10 H. P. Portable Bolter and Eafli. IS H. P. Horltonul Engine. 27 H. P. Vertical Engine. 4 Boilers. 10x6x12 Steam Pump, capacity 140 gallons per minute. No. t Oates Crueher. I Bets Crushing Rolls. I Bruckner Roaster. Great Variety of Shafting and Boxes, Belting and Pulleys, Tanks. Ac W. M. BARKER, Office, rear 1st National Bank, Deadwood. 8. D. The best smsa sr? a aea , ' MaAS sowa see furrr. sewa set rervr. n w pays s pleat mb nf mm d Vaav mf av resevn auv , ' aw e ai &,. i . .2 VUg WJ V.J-ag with blood made pur by Uk nir Hood'a Sartaparilla. Then yon will have nerve, mental, bodily and In tho Cpring digestive strength. Then you need net fear disease, because your system will readily resist scrofulous tendencies and attacks of lilnesi. Then you will know the absolute Intriasla merit ot GaroaDarilia: else. AU anigiitts. It Hi for $4. reaparea only by C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell Mass. Hood's PHI set eestty, promptly sad eCeeuvsv. WANTED SPECIMENS. Kor a "Mineral House" to be exhibit ed at Omaha all kinds of ores, miner als and rare specimens from 3 to 3 Inches square, which will be polished and catalogued aud proper credits given. Pleas send with specimens, value, where from c Address A. J. 'John ston, Olllmore Hotel. Dead wood. e NOW IS THE TIME l'o purify your blood with Hood'a Bar saparllla. March, April. May ars th trying months ot the year. At this sea son your blood la loaded with impuri ties which have accumulated luring the winter, and these lmpurltUu must be Immediately expelled. Hood'r Bar saparllla la ths One True Blood l urlfy er. It is the medicine which bas a-: compllshed many thousands of .emark able cures of all blood diseases It I what the millions take In ths rpilng to build up health and ward off sickness SPRING HOUSEC LEANING. When you start to clean house, don't ihrow away old things Just becaue hey are old. Take them to the Ark ind have them repaired. They are pre pared to do upholstering, carpet-lay ing and everything In the line of re pairing. They can meand anything, from a bicycle to your disposition Call In and see them. FOl'RTH WARD CAUCUS. A caucus will be held at the court house on Friday evening, April 8. at 7:30 o'clock, to place In nomination one member of the school board ane one councilman from the Fourth ward F. V. WARD. Committeeman Ff.urth WTTU SIDEWALK RESOLUTION. Be It resolved, by the city council oi the olty ot Dead wood, that it Is neeea sary to construct sidewalks In front ot the following described lota or parcels of ground In thla city, to-wlt: Beginning at Cedar stieet on tne northwesterly side ot Charlea street along the fronts of lota number 44, 42 40, 38. 36. 34, S3. 30. 22., 36. 34. 22. 20 18. 16, 14, 13. 10. 8, 6, and 4, In block No. 70. Also beginning at Division stieet on the northerly aide of Charles street, along the front of lots number A, B, I! D. E, F, 0, H and number 1, In block number 40. Also beginning at Charles street on the westerly side of Sheiman street slong the front of lots number I, 2, t. 6. 6. 7, 8. , 10. )!.. 12. 13, 14. la 16, 17, 18. 19, SO, SI, nd 23. In block number 40, to Cemetery street. All the foregoing lots and paresis o :iinl are described according to P. 'toners' lstest official map of the city if Peadwood. county of l.awrenoe.eta f South Dakota. Br It further resolved, that the own era and occupants of the lots or par ! i( ir round above described con uirnet 'h unlit .MnwalLi at their own t rrmt and expense wtthiu thirty day from the date of thla resolution, undei Jie supervision of the city engineer ittid In accordance with the plans ann xpeclftcHtlons prepared b- him and now on file In bis office; mid He It further resolved, that the, rit .nidltor give notice of this resolution as provided by law. Iated, at Dead wood, South Dakoia. i his 4th dy of April, A. l.. 1898. W. A. ICKHtf. i Cl'y Auditor. ppiovcd I). A. MtTHMllSON. Acting Mayor. tSeal.) TO THIS LADIES. When you want Art Linen, Floar it Is Silk. Tyrian Dyea. call cn Mra. H I. Mooney 723 Noble block. Lesson iven In Art Needle Work. Suaplni Inns. DO YOU WANT PURK MILK? Free from all taint. If you do, coil fy Frank Dennla, or telephone by tin-Harrison line to the Spring Valley Dairy Co at Piedmont. Pure milk and pure separated cream lu bottles, a specialty. Prlca by the quart, seven cents. I, pint four cents. SPRING VALLEY DAIRY CO TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by parties living Is my houses In Deadwood. or other places, tor house material, without a written order from ths underlined. WM. H. McMASTtR. Belle Pourche, 8. D PT8HBLS BAXAAR. Haa removed to Nelson old Itaad neat door to American National kaa Spring plowing la the latest popular amusement among the farmers and Is at i I Hardware Co. Ooa Month LOO WCKKLY Insuea ovary Thursday. Ooo Twr ft.00 lla Moataa 1.00 PIONEER-TIMES, Dead wood, 8. D. Kuure4 aa second-class natter at tb DoadWOOd PMtOffiCC DO WE WANT WAR? waen toll cruel war U over aud jwole hav come to their senses, that ih inose who nave any to coins to, the art Ion of President MaKlnley In i. malnlng the American Don Quixote will mump him as the greatest Amerl ran on earth today at 4 Senator Mason as the greatest ana who ha ever held down a seat la the United 8tatee sen- mim. ao tar lie uoitM La lei baa no Juki and sufficient cause to warrant declaration of wsr aalnst Spain. In popular and easy to Join In a how for war. It la eaay to art Into war without considering the consequences i.r knowing how It la going to end, but It Is true heroism to say as President MrKtnley did, "I had rather have my administration go down la history iu a failure than to pinnies the country Into an unholy war." What are we golnn to war for anyway ?To espotiHf lite cause of a race of people who are no more capable ot eelf -government than the Central or South niiirrica aiaiea, ana wno after we help them to Independence will prove a lot of Ingratea as Is evidenced by ths de larallutia of the junta. Khali we an to war to stop the terrible carnage wrotwht by Spanish troops? Weil hardly, for the greatest battle that hsa been fought during the present Hpan lah-ruban war haa resulted In "It. hilled, 17 wounded." The life of one American sailor or aoldler la worth more than that. Shall we go to war to relieve the distressed and starving reioncentrados? We are feeding them and have been furnishing arm and munitions of war ever since the Ineurrertloo began. Shall we go to war to avenge the death of sailors who were murdered by the destruction of tne Maine? ir tneir death can De avengtd by the loss of the life of sev eral thousand other American sailors and the destruction of millions of dot tars worth of property, then go to war that Is If the Spanish government Isre- eponnlble for the loss of the Maine That, however, Is a matter for adjust meat after the Cuban question has been disposed of, and It may yet be a sufficient cauaus belli. TheCubans are lielng fad by the United States are In no danger from Spanish guns, bene there la no hurry. Sensible, patriotic Americana will support the president and wait the outcome of negotiations ZOtA TRIUMPHANT. M. Zola's ultimate victory over th Injustice of the lower courts la com plete, and It remains to be seen wbeth er the French government will havi learned the -Main lesson that wai taught by the Indignant outcries of ai the world save Franca aa a result ot the first trial. The Judgment ot tbi superior court, setting aside the vnr diet against the novelist follows, li general, the lines of Justice laid dowt In this country. It Is, of course, noi known with certainty whither the re vocation of the sentence was Inspire by the government or not, but It li barely possible, In the light ot thi orltdnsl proceedings, that mlnlsterla Influence may have Intervened to stig gent to the members of the hlaher tn bunal that a remission of the sentence on some plea or other would beastrok of policy. If the lower court could b-ttxnt and swayed by political and mill tary Influences It Is fair to assume ths the upper court, open In a degree t th(Ne same Influences, might obey th will of the powers. The world out side of Frsnce cares nothing for th' technical reasons given for Zola's tory now over his accusers. He stl! stands. In the light of these reasons as amenable to punishment if tried h th? formal manner prescribed by th superior bench. But It seomi to b accepted that he will never be tried unless the present reaction, of whicl the amendatory Judgment la only tot . plain a symbol, exhsusts Itself and h again rnvltea official wrath by his pub llcattona. Zola's temperament is not such as would lead to the belief that h will desist from bis effort to eeenro tW re-trial of Dreyfus. He haa never de- . alated from hi effort to become one of the 'Immortals." He Is a veritable hull-do Is his plana and undertakings. Relieved now from the strain of the effort to secure his own release from prison, he may be expected to re Heavy and. Shelf Hardware. Ganltary Plumbing, Sewerage Oonrmctloni, Oornice Making, AlKinds of Tin and Sheet Metal Work. 4-5-d4w CfiSOLIi:E STEAM, GAB t& WATER SUPPLIES. FAIRBANKS MORSE ft COn Itoa amam It. Omaha, Hab, 3 1 M D. W. Lawrence Skow Tti!!:n:!st t"l Fur E.is::r. . . a r Ran and Kobe to order, i isldenny supplies In stock, vi: work guarantawi first olaaa. 305 South 18th St. Oman Vabraaka, Send tor cataljgne. i 1 1 b. a w. W. Si ROBINSON, Assayer a&i MM 1118 Do&x Stratt, OMAHA, - - Nsbratk Sagaplaa by XaiL i 1 i d. a w. The New Muiray, Thoroughly Refitted. Rates $2.50 to $4 UrDay IpMilal isms by weaker .apeaaaptlaattea . SILLOW4T' i. M. STICKJtl T, ma Hit. Obwk Ki:irt:rt hitWA Kills Pt:;!i BISHOP & CO. Luneh Counter Am Dining Room. 1517 Oap tol At.. Oaana, lab. SeatiDsT Capacity 200. 8 24-11 d aadw. AND CIGARS. ra aaenaer-Boua and 8t Lonfe Beer on Dranjrbt SO PuH OLACO. - Altomajs at Liu- Dea4 wood. eat Dakota, jo::;j cacoaley. .De4woo3,a. D. t- Bj aifeW 1 Dealer -'la 'E&tat statta aai tLaal Urtata. ,'ttarX -asa TZxaA mm Lee-Clarke AndrcoseE Hardware Company. Wholesala Hardwcra, Bloyolaa and Sporting Goods. taia-ai-aa uun - oxajka p eeoOain iMnli Mwt, J. C. CARSOX, A:::t, DR. MoGRQW u ran oslt lIO I ALIST wno taaata au. Prlvati ClivAtei PBN ONLY so Inn Eipensaee 10 Ymn la Omaha JC Wjrla6maha s Bunk fr. on.nlla tteafne. feeaHCei J 14tk aid rtnsa tw. MILLARD J. E. Markel & Son, fKor&xxTOxa, Thlrtaaatli and Donfflai JBta. LEADING HOTfTOF CUAHA. Kent aeeUvble IneaMea. juaertaaa Maa . 1 3 pt gay and a a. K.rMU riMI.MHflfSiS4, In sawn Oaie la mumiiw. LEWIS HENDERSON. FLORIST. Cut t it warn, Pl&nta and floral signs fc: pped on abort aotka, 16th aod rama oBt.,n jua, Hebruka, I 13 8S u. a w. DR. DAILCY. 0:aiist 16th and Farma TwzVa Bleak, Omaha Wee FlOtltttO tl Ent t::ti $7.53 TEETI EXTRACTS WITOT SLIEHTEJT Ht Pin;:!f;:r $2 6t!l Crm J5 Xaeth KamoTad and now glataa name Day. All work Warranted. ' 4-S-dw. Dr. J, F. Hortzmann, The eaiy Speestl. Ul who tree la ml PrlYete Dtataaea 1 Males and Veaaatoa Weabaese aad HeaUly trrenlarl taa ef Vesaalea SS reara la Osaaha. Ooasaliauea Tree Pt-:n 5:3 1 m Allen's Club Rconc Oerset Mala and Wall em,. Denleasa. THE OLD-TtltE FCFUUS iUZll Waere the best Olaais ana Uaaea hi Sm ettrsaabehadaaTeralahl Tea seal te leek few as aswsr ee hease. Ji liwtiM.I w LtJi SKERMAN ST. v;;;:lesue l r.nm QROOERC. SYPHILIS QONOHfIHOSA LOST UAUHCOO, PiiraU XNaaaa af Haa laasaaaMlT Cured. . . FEMALE f.pl IIP CUIUS. IIO -TAY,' 1 n I i BULLOCK Mine and Mill Supplies. maehcnlccl lnsnu!ty. of Mewa alai.. mi... Lew aioheraeM ana Walter Jma 1 (.mi, OIL r ALL KOAD3 ARB ALIKE TO A MOrJARCHa Perfection Is the result of our Ions experience. i I i a rH A i 4 Js fi J f A Vi 'rN .,..?.! L3 DZFIAIIOE DIGYOLES era t; product of -CC3.C3 C0D.OO CC3.CD C-.icrch ChdnSsco CIC3.C? Ctnd for IZZZ Catalogii. . Ants wantad In opan territory. 'EeSriAnCal CYCLS r.TrG. CO., aWtlfiitf u.lton Chleaao. Simply leta eternal progress In Its rsr roll slowly on. Underneath this car of progress, we casting day by day. All our wealth of Joys and Jewels; we've so much to give away; Uttle think we then, thoae Jewela are the pearls that others lack; That they would If they could, forfeit all their Joy to bring them bark. Soon, we grudge old "Time" hla tributes; but be clips them, one by one. dps them slowly off and drops them In his big oblivion. Tilt the last one 'aeath the alrkle fails, as fall It will and must; And the soul goes to Ita Maker, and the body to Its dust. .?2?r ok rem Cee, W , ..iv -aa. - Ba!t 'v. -J new his attacks upon the salutary an- aoewtinc with muck commend ail on. y 4t.il.. - ri tT SJ.aSei;.. wmm y law

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