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The Daily Pioneer -Times. 24th YEAK. DKADWOOD, S. D. (BLACK II ILLS ), SATFRKAV MORMNC M.V J. I'm in. FIVE CENTS. potash, taken the i nal of industra! BOERS MAY BLOW Snhitiun. " nf aisenile hi as a l.hiinl pilriticr K l t'(, am! hail been enipl ami i i on : in 'i . ial prnsiier- k was a pain veil by II. I. THE FULL TICKET AS NOMINATED I presented a resolution that the creden-j Hals of both Clark anil Maginnis be I referred to the committee on privileges rianilei sun since last January. His UP THE MINES ty, : i .light a In. in the plication of pies ..) ,li, ,,f s a dir.-. t r. .n J nf republican prim , government during room companion, in-ore Allen, was and elections for them to decide which is valid. the : ,.:!t a.buci-W. minuend tu. euisl : ability w ith riti :i. en I and distin-whii h our repre R,.mor Creates Consternation K-nr.f -.fn in congress hav sent! the Congressional and State Ticket Chosen by the Republican Convention. III"'- in the Financial Circles' of Europe. MAGINNIS GETS HIS CREDENTIALS Senator Carter Gives Smith's Appointee His Credentials As Senator. Clark and Maginnis Will Have a Hearing Before a Committee. present at the time, ami the two were preparing fur bed. about 11 o'clock. Kelly bad been taking some medicine for his blood, but the bottle was empty, and he said he would take some "Fowler's Solution." Allen not into bed. and left Kelly sitting up. smoking a cigarette. In a minute or two lie spoke to Kelly and told him to come on to bed. He detected that he was rutins very stupidly, and getting up. found that he was partially unnra-conscious. Three physicians were called, but they were unable to render For the National Guard. WASHINGTON. D. C. May 1'5. Special - 'The conference of the military committees representing both houses of congress, have agreed to appropriate a million dollars for im-piining the equipment of the National Guard. Four hundred thousand is the amount appropriated at present for that purpose. "ta:. ..ml nation We extend to Hon. Jam.- Kyle. I'nited States senator, our i Tistinted praise for his loyal and patri-t;. support ,,f the administration of P'c-idint McKinley on the Spanish- :c.ii an war and legislation in-volv.i.g republican measures. We .oiiim. nd the' free homes bill as a sic, lie act of free justice to the Roberts Main Force Advances - to a Point Near the Vaal. lion invest, thus redeepiing the pledge of the lemibliian platform of 1 SflC, rela any assistance. I he chemical acted The Most Enthusiastic Republi. can Conventioii Ever Held In the State. ( ONtJKKSSlONAL NOMIN T10NS Tried to Corner Cotton. N.-F.W YORK Mav L'."i. Special --It ilmost instantaneously, and Kelly did tive !, th.s measure: and we note with not say a word after taking it. The pride the tact that the passage of this remains were taken tot Robinson's un act was largely due to the untiring ef dertaking rooms, and Kelly's relatives ions oi to., republican congressmen were informed by telegraph. His LONDON. M; ..--Special. It has Van a I"'!1"''"' I"'!i,'f in 'lilita'' . , ,.,inr tin' nast few days that from South Dakota. Messrs. Gamble and Burke. ! was stated on the Cotton exchange to-j day that the susiiension of Price. Mc-' Cormack & Co. would likely seriously I involve other members of the ex-I change. 'The failure was caused by I Price attempting to corner the cotton ' market 'The market was weak today after a better opening. t'HAKI.KS II 111 1(KE, Hugh. mother lives at Clarindn. Iowa, and a brother is train dispatcher for the ( IT( lt-r u WASiiiNG'i ON. ). (' . M.,y I'.V Spe. ial. Senator Cartel ,,f Montana, pi. sent. -d Mariin Mttginnis with his ' ' Iinal- a- senaior Fiuiii Montana I'.'e.n S.nator Chandler promptly infill In blow up the Jo- (he RdM'S Baltimore K Ohio railroad in Chicago Outside f fm:ii. Kelly came here last winter, and (.anncsliurK mi" such action would causi rial circle; about two months ago joined the An In regret, as Knropean sympathy is Tin- republican party recognizes that legitimate business fairly capitalize.! and lonestly managed, has built up our industries at home given the largest e.mplnvmcnt to labor at the highest wages ,md enabled us successfully to i o-np.:e with foreign cuntiies in the markeis of the world. Combinations cient Order I'nited Workmen lodge nf .mi,Kt ill.- Hocrs on account or this cilv. His death was purely acci .in t i he heavy emit i Mental investments in dental. He had bei n accustomed to 5 There is a time and place for all Things J w.D.,,l r,,in..s :lllil Wllil'll WOlllll lie taking the drug, but it is presumed 'X nun', i"' nially Inst if 'he mint's weie . n that he took (no large a dose. county, renominated. K. YV. MA It'll N. Lawrence county. Foi (lovi i'tior rilAUI.KS IIKUKIKH. Mi I'hersiin County. I -ieiiicnant (Jovernor i;i:o. w. sov. Hon Homme county. Secretary of Slate ). C IIKUC. Spink county. State Treasurer JOHN' SCH AMl'.KH. Hutchinson county. State Auditor- I I) UKKVKS. lirown county, renominated trwi-d. $ ana of capital Inning as their object or offer ti,. itiutrol of the production of commodities, or the markets thereof. now is the time for you tu buy your LONDON. May L'V -Special Lord ilicib' main tone advanced aain iday tu a point wirnin two nays Mrs. Dare s Story. .Mrs. Millie Hare, of Terra ville. whn was the defendant in an assault and battery case before Justice Kariy Thursday says the report in the papers hanhef Vaal river. I he enemy rim- suies to fall hack. that the case was the outgrowth nf Me li'irttul and injurious to the best inter, -fs of the people. This evil '.houl.l be owrthrown without injury to honest trade. We. therefore, favor sin h additional legislation, both state and national as shall establish complete legal iiintrol over all trusts and monopolies, with full power to dissolve the same, ami more proper punishment to all who thus seek to destroy honest Superintendent of Public Instruction- SPRING SUIT Death at the Altar. HARTFORD. Conn.. May 2.Y Spe-,I.-Miss Hannah Leavitt. of . South iinchester. who was to have became a K K. COLLINS. Clay county, renominated. Com. School and I'ublie Lands ide yesterday, is thought to be rlying. jealousy was an error. Mrs. Dare is the mother of Miss Anna Dare, the actress whose death occurred in May. lPfc. anil her case is one to be pitied. After her daughter's death she says a man in the Black Hills wrote to her in Chicago, saying he had been a friend of her daughter's, and being desirous of doing something for the mother, requested her to come here and keep 1st as she reached the altar on the in of her intended husband she competition and prevent the widest possible employment of labor. And we favor Mich amendment to the const'tu-tion i f the I'nited States as will , iv DAVID RASTMAN. Roberts county, renominated ttorncy General JOHN L. F'YLK. Headle county, renominated hipped to the floor apparently dead. physician was summoned promptly, I pronounced her sufferinR from Rail road t'nmni iss inner - - iniorrhage of the brain. house for him. The mother had been to coiigi ess full power to en; ( siu.-fi l.-gislat inn. V- . ongrat nlate the people of the country on the enactment inf. mv of the currency bill which provides the gold standard ns the monetary unit of Labor Mass Meeting. ;T. LOUIS. Mo.. May 2.". Special. - bereft of her only support by the death of her daughter, and there being no other means of independent livelihood open to her, she accepted the proposi and ours the lace in which to buy it. You will iind in the special line clothes department, those made by the HIGH ART wholesale tailors, jut the suit von want, and the differenae in the price between the HIC.II ART made-to-fit, and t lit merchant tailor's made- iwass meeting by the labor union is mg held tonight to take action on lvalue. Financial discussions no long- er disturb the- business conditions of feasibility of a general sympathy tion and came to Deadwood. She was disappointed in the position when she got here, finding that the man was not jour people. -'lie republican party ike as an aid to the street car stri- stands for money laws that benefit all I the people alike: the borrower, as well K. I.e COCQ. JR.. Douglas county Presidential Electors COL. TWOS. KITCH. Grant county. A. R. BROWN. Lincoln county. C THOMPSON, j Hand count v. A. H. atattttlt:. Butte county Nat ional Committeeman - -J. M. ORKRN. Brule county. NATIONAL DICLKGATLS. First Circuit - KM I L UKAI'CH. j A Bank Looted. as iae lenii'-r: laws mat tend to re to-measure price will be just about cnoujrh to set you duce and equalize interest rates in all flCHMOND. Va.. Mav 2.-,. Special. parts of the country, for the bentit of he Pennsylvania hank of Williams- our producers- the farmer, the lahor- one with whom her daughter could have been on terms of friendship, but no alternative was presented to her. and she tesolved to make the best of the situation until she could get enough money to pay hr passage back to Chicago, the man promising her that he would give her the necessary amount. That was in August following her daughter's death. She has Iwen keeping house for the man ever was broken into and robbed n in the rest of your Spring outfit, hat, under-clnthes and ewrvthino;. All of which we have in elegant profusion and at consistently low prices. j r the manufacturer and the merchant May. Six men armed with refers and guns surrounded the build- I he development of the state and of to catch the robbers, but allowed p to finish their work and escape 16000 in currency and valuables arge amount. 3ince. but she says that instead or giv ROSENTHALS PALACE j its lesonrces has been largely brought j ; bout by the survivors of the war of I the rebellion, who were among its ear-j best and most active settlers. The Ii epublii an ivnty. now as always, appreciate the f.nt that they redeemed and sa'.. ! the nation in its hour o' i 1 ''.in linn .1 en Tare Frv 1 Turner county, delegate. C W. PRATT. Charles Mix county, alb nate. ing her the necessary money to pay her war hack to her former home be Commerce Keeps Up. has been withholding her pay. and has Deadwood, S. D. A8H1NGTOX. 1). C, May 25. --American commerce with f any does not thus far show any i S i ml Circuit ;ko L. RICK. Moody county, delegate. ; W COCHRAN Miner county, alternate. Third Circuit I. L. LOSTCTTKR. :Soffas a result of the recent ag- fn in Germany on that subject. -A W Jff lit COIltrarv f,,.. (V,.. .1 been lavishing bis money on other recipients. One of these, she says, lias been Mrs. Houston, with whom she had the altercation a few days ago. Mrs. Dnre is indignantthat jealousy of the attention bestowed by the man upon the other woman should have been imputed to her. for the man. she Fays, is not one (,f whom any woman would entertain jealousy. F'ut the oth"r womap has sought to annoy and mm .n.- inn.- lumilim Sin March, it shows an increase USiEAMERICAHATiOMBAMK leg.,!. lneteen millions over the corres- Kingsbury county. J C SHARP. Hamlin county, all "P teriod last year. rn.- Deadwood, South Dakota. .A DEPOSITORY FOR THE. Train Gels Away. R0N. 0 f.. -. o ii irritate her in t vcrv way. and has I ...... ,3 ifi a . 1 'rain loaded with steel rails got CITY, COTJITTV am, STATE. i- '.'i- sK.t-" - '"r-1'' . , '" ftfNp frequently Mrs. Hare pub licly whi'e th 1 would be passing lrm the motor man goinc tin on the Akron & Cuyahoga her house, as s-h v is sometimes com "PHI Transit pelled to do. Mrs Pare finally deter . 1UII UiUg rnined to brook her taunts no longer. I -wc ivnifu ana several Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued, Good ia All Parts of the World. r 10 tte wreck that fiir,xi I'oni I h Circuit - A. H. BLTTS. I ia nson county. '!!. g ; t . C YV. A1NSWORTH. Aurora county, alternate. Fifrh Circuit V. II. COLLINS, Brown county, delegate. D. T. H IN DM AN. Marshall county, alternate. Sixth Circuit M. P. BEEBK. Edmund county, delegate. .1. H. HOTTF.M. Faulk county, alternate. Seventh Circuit JAMES H ALLEY. and on the day the trouble occurred being obliged to pass Mrs. Houston's IcKinley Goes South. house en her way to Lead, she went armerl with a rpwhide. She was hail u. c. May 25.- COULECTIOUS to Promptly and ed with leers as usual, and her sense r-"e8ident McKinley, aecom Attended Intelligently. r "7 members k . V u.. Acts gently on the hi Un 'V,luel-' L ... " ujuiani uenerai LIQUET FTJR1TISHED tt.rf.MorFrede-'burg, r,(,v : T reunion of the So- of ang' r was worked upon to the extent th.it she administered a severe chastisement with the rawhide. She felt that ehe had no protection, as the man whose house she had been keeping had declined to intercede in her behalf iir,rl Ehe saw no resource save to take the law in her own hands. She v. delegate Pennington county of the Potomac. names or . I.I ..lin. To any extent warranted by borrowers collaterals. 11 fight the Triuu says she did not know then, as she does now. that the law woild have protect Um.IT nnw "Attorney Custer county, alternate. Eighth Circuit C. 0. BENNETT. Lawrence county, delegate. MAX BLATT, Meade county, alternate. PLATFORM. The republicans of South Dakota, in Kidneys, Liver and Bowels rLCANSES THE YSTEM ,,T 3 EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES C 1 - H4B,tualC0NSt,pat,0n PERMANENTLY BUT THE GENUINE - M INT O 6X ed her from Mrs. Houston's taunts as well as it has protected the latter from inm v. ' 7 wuiMB. two Accounts Solicited and Correspondence I rvited- Our loncj experience in the Black Hills is at the service of intending investors, 7 Attor t0 come nere and "Mrs. Dare's rawhide, or she would t . "vi ai j in via n had invoked its aid. Hut she desired to maintain her self-respect at any V.!h4.,tt. Both re stte convention assembled. atTirm and renew otwwHmgiance to the republican tiit T ofler " DavU 8lg- eopt. Her only ambition now is to get Presence would be back to her Chicago home, where she i has .friends. DIRECTORS JOHN TREBER. party and its principles, and particularly as expressed in the platform of the party adopted in 1S90. every pledge of which has been fulfilled. We endorse the administration of President William McKinley and the republican party and congratulate the W. E. ADAMS. HARRIS FRANKLIN, Pres. BEN BAJER, Yice Pre. (AUIvENIAlTGfSm'P(. Base Ball Yesterday. Chicago 3. Brooklyn 1L Pittsburg 3. New York(4. St Louis 1, Philadelphia 3. WM. ELBIE,, Cashier. 'r'-'i T. V Ci.. -C. X 4

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