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to The Daily Pi qn eer -Times. 'fi 1I:aD()()I), I). ilJI.ACK HILLS), FI'MDAY M- FIVE CENTS. :4th yhaii. iiSTANGE OF n'viit wiib- I ..i .t, . .. . ;' r for !':! -.i s . ;. . .i . . u'm,: . BOERS TO CONFER . a I !..' I';.!i ei.fo. . c .-h i "lai'at ion-, am! . i a 1 no !a nr. V GENERAL OTIS 'fi- WITH BRYAN e Bi' k IS QUARANTINED - - ' Bat! Electrical Stoirri. i i iH i:1 ; r w a . :. ! Kl.- ti i. ..' -km 1,1 - ii, i: ;.. ! ! i l.i' '. ! i . - ; mi a ; a .-.!, j ! utlV T!i.. . w..'kn it '- .IN ! at I ' 1 .1 : i b Held in San Francisco Harbor i With Small Pox on the i Transport. Anxious to Land and Get to, Washington But Receives No Favors. Boer Commissioners Will Be in Nebraska and Deliver Addresses. BOERS AT AN END 5enzsMorques Is Filling With Refngees From the Boer Capital. Is Rmcred in London That Kruger is Captured Near Pretoria. 1C ,. 1 I':'! . a Olympic AttVr-tfo. , i a . i . a a . -. he i m.-m ..t.a ' . . ., III'' all'. !" : 'I-- ,. . ,. i; I-' Id a'. : man w a . .,!.' .a . : ' ' a ' 0" ' I ..I I 'I' h. v in., a '- :.'.! 1 ,. v.... Ii. ad.- ' '-. v.. .1 I ;a ... i i I Ill" v ill !. ;: ' 1 1 i ! a e v i I 1 11 -'. l'l the c a . lis! lie t '.I Motif Will !"'- I a I . ..linn t " tiv hi an . : ' ,i i'..;, s i ;.,i ; r. - c Farragut's Old Flanship. li;K ..i ;i Ma.. . .. i Adn.ual I '.ii i."iM - ,,.. !.....- i,:;.. til'- I'll -'.I 1 , I I l'l 1. 'I ! I ., i- , n I I i mi I',!-''' 1 1 1 I (.! i ' ;.!,.! .'Ui 1'in 'ii I ' i:;,;.i... !: MINING AND CATTLE FlAiSliVG. Hams Franklin Returns from a Trip East and South. I l.c I . I ' i . i ! . j . i 1 1 1 . i 1 ' ii .!!. .i ; . If Ml ' i ' 1 1 -a ' '. Ill- ' i ' i . 1 :i i,. ( '..mulaai'. ' '!....!:. .,:i. M :! ir. . o,a.:ia. ! ... a i .,. ... I',,,:,. ; i -'i . ; . ,,,,, : t !i,. : : -t . Bryan Refuses to Sav Whelher i " T.-.cY Ucme to See ' " ! . - r Him, ; " ! !,.,! at !. !. i 1 i r W i 1 1 .. I : :. to I Ii I i. el - ,' . iplaa: i i ' i ; i i 1 in 1..' I !!- I'.ril. il I '. I ' I t, i.-av- tie , in. .1.1 :. ,1 . .1 I - lilac is a time and place for all 'Ihinirs J 4 I Sic -a. a . n B a T n i : t D a y I.l.lk llj i ". . . ana low is the time for you to buv your IN!' I U mV IL A 111. 'Ill' lai I l'l'. '.all' t ' III I'll'.- la 'I'll.' a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i i ha-tra.ts will, ...I..- PROPOSED FOR PLAGUE. SPRING SUIT III. '1 ',! ' I f.'l'lee ',i II .-. : : a ;.. , in .la '. i, i- a M a : ' l' , i '. ., a a ' a h:-s .,!!!! in i'ii ! ! a r ..; j I ) ' h -I'l'it a lid I'. I'm-a I . illi i , . ! '! he plla i : as (hen (he : W . lb of i! i ! ;ii. in tii.- t'apital S. ;i;i!"i- !. '-- .- . Iltat i . s .-t 111 Were its p. till! M- ! 1'. ttini.v. took his seat ;' a l eo 'lav out" and played st.'adilv until raid j hinlit. lie was then several I hou'sji n - Is n.y Advocated that Chinatown Sr Burned Down. AN l'l; N' !.-a t M:.y .11. Sii"-- T!..- '.'i iiitiii'' of Chinatown pro'.ab:;. . . ntaiue (or six ww'ks. Call a m- spaner. finallv ae jIhIj's 111.' - nousrmss or' the atiira am! advocates th.' burning ?hic:inn !'r Crowley. :i nien-of tta- r..-.i:ti ''"'..I'!. a No i: ; ring. .1 a a. r lo.-ai'. Rising to no. Co! ,:atin .:i ' if. d hii'i in take srmu r f o " linn iK : I after a -liplit indulrrftn ). . h;.!b Tip ! ;ttnl curs tin- il;u'c in wliich t luiy it. a Y.ni will lintl in the sjiccidl line v 1'itln.s $ (K'liartnunl. these made lv i lie 1 1 1 1 1 ' ART wlinl. -ale tailrns. just the suit vmi want, ami the ilinYrvnae in t lie f price between i lu IIK'.H ARTnia.le- tn-lit. and t he tiieicliant l.ail"r's made- f i I i V: i ; ii' I i if it I I iv . ill i ;.i ma a-. an. I ilr-t.a! ol lar. aii; to ; a toa a . . a a' Ii1 . t . ..- ..,! it is to n.-t a!! tin . ..k.' 1 1 . -. i , ' at tli.' mil It.-r at a'ainl a dol lar a tan inoi-c tlian tin- .ii'.' paid ami.' tli.' old i out ra. !v 'I'll is insu i . - -tli" --'.a.l opiralion ui ill" .ni.'lt.'r a it limn any ialiiiiK ot'l in th- anioni'.t of m- ir.'at. d or any liaiws m tim op. 'rations of tli" .oniian's mini's. Mr. Franklin was ask.'. I if tli.' now ai riuwm.'iit would mean any hanc in th" s.-hi riu!" of prir os for tin- treat tin nt of custom ores at tli" plant, and I,.- ai.l it would not. Tli" smoltor ilo.'s not (l.'p.'iid on . iistoni ores to any ..tint. ilopoinlitiK ratli.r on th" oi.-s from th" company's various initios, and it is not c.msi.l.'i ..! that th" iiicr.-as" in th" .ost of ok.- is - itti.idit to justify a 1 1 :i n in the i at 's. in i.-w .if t his. L-ive Stock. 'I'll" Franklin l.ivc Stock compan is pnttiin; in aliout four thousand head of rattle from Texas this sprini;. and tho last of them will prolmhly hi' r -ci-iv.-d this w.-. k. Tlioy an- li. ini; un loa.l.'d at a little station between ISelle Fourche and St. dhj;h. ami driven from there across to the lompany's rant;.'. Mr. Franklin says Texas lias swarir.cl with cattle buyers from th" north all sprins;. and it is estimated that 'ki.iiio head will lie brought onto the northern ratines from that state tlii-. year Texas, he says. N liavint; an n n usna 1 1 v wet spriim tlii- y. ar. and t le i . haf I n so mm h rain I hat -u-.- thiuu : - l'i t a ally ilrow tied out. 'I'i" ! e ' " le'lall lim.-l ll ' that I L' . . . ' i ' i i I, . . I."- 11 -"I I'-H k and I he f.,; i:. w. 1 i la' - made it ainiu -l : in I'" 1 ' .' ' ' ' ' hi '' -' Tin- -MV I. a ' a a a .... s". r ! ... a. a ' ' ' :' Pi-measure- juice will le just aliit LMmuy ht. set vmi f ii' in the rest .1 yenr Sprint;' 1 1 1 tit. hat. iuhKt- I the Colaiiel to a mini.' of 1 -u a;.' j at rum hundred dollars a coin, a Mar- tin iisl-a' 1 his partners if (la v -.vuu'.d ' rtan 1 in" with th" came ar i:' should plav his individual i....n.) , Th.-v .ducted to stand in w in or U-' j When tin iranie eon. Imled as the .,un i j ravs pc 1. 1 tinted the room. Mr. T'etti-J mew cave Col. Mi'itin a tii.-ii'iiiiiii.l'itr,. a. know b-dniiiir an indi bted-iess r.'" $::. : .".""I When the Col.in. l's laitlll'IS Il'.et j hini in th.- aft. ' noon and barred the ' rc-'iit. t'a-- i huffed Mm un ira'o i '. 1 1 1 ; heina- c ? n and iinsoiliivri'-riti-.l as to bela v.- tl,e "western ,!' ' Would . '.!' s! ..u - p aL'ain in th" j I . ii ar h I t. pa-, 'lie no. The 'C,,l ,n. I fri-d if. till i two pauii'is i;,,i h. knew ! li is ma a.!.- but t ii"'' on 1 v hriL-h." I ; j lam 'I ! v linaliy oil. -re. I to h'i,.- : ;-v i .'. II. U s . a. h for : heir. -!ia : - 'a. . . ; t.-r tie- 1 '' h"i'd iironii'Ci a- : 1 ad bi!" a -' I HI lied t h. ill o' - ' .- a. !i -.'. ' u a " ta ! i.. ! I '. a . f clothes ami evcrvthino'. All d" which we have in .'.."art pc iftisa ui ;nnl at cdisisti nt 1 y h.w .r:i.-. R0SENTHALS PALACE ; .ILIOUKALANI BRINGS SUIT. s Recovery of the Crown Lands and Revenues In Hawaii. N FKANCIs'CO May .'II -S,i" '. .r .taCv.-s ut i x Qm n ?';kaiani are h re in-paring to ? suit acainst 1 1 - t'nited Stat." th.' restoration of the crown l;i ri'I lau an and th revenues. NCH WARRANT FOR TAYLOR ublican Governor of Kentucky Indicted by Grand Jury. OnSVIl.I.K. Ky . May ill- Spe- W. S. Taylor, the republican ernor. has t.-. n indicted at Krunk-for complicity hi T li assassination joebel. ami a li. a.'i, w.n i anl has I) ISSllt'i'. MPS REPULSE THE BOXERS. "i and Neighboring Villages Are Free from Dana WfWV; M.r. .I H..-i:.l. IV-a'!nc - -.i.e.- 'hat ti.,. imperial 'iiv ii-'"' : .: ! I1;.- Hon.-i- a-,.l ;C J ti. .!,! '. iM.; illai.'S !,:,l""-.r.. : : .. n.itn .listni- l- !': ' ..') 1 in.- P.,., ;i ..I at T. T-mi i- Ml,: a , a i. CLCUDBcRST IN INDIANA. Erl Atterrpt., to Rescue Poultry ar.d is Drowned.' f!f,KVIU.; iVl M.V ... s., A ,1("M'r::-' .t..r,:iy sw. , Dcadwood, S. I). roll ..I '--'I ' " ' ' I M l l!ilill.i I - a a . . a I iia-l ' PREPARATIONS FOR INS.ITUTE. Teacee--' '' Bl.ick H:I!j C- .1 t rl l'l d ' Dcaciwood, South Dakota. ' 4 A DEPOSITORY FOR THE CITT, C0TJNTY"' STATS. 5 - ..J I Drafts and Letters of Credit Issued. Good ia All Part3 of the World. ? 4 COLIiECTIOrTS tl ! rain , , , , II. -y. Tli. wat 'I lie hut. N ' ' '! .' a' fered Mini" in ttie ;a ' ihe tend da v : til" t"ll. 11". -s . I counties, and . t' ' Hills sho ;!d ;r. ! ! !.:'' of tlie r ! ai.t ii--.- T'e tel is of1' i in-' :i rat" of 3 the Inf. i. ; '..lad hotel. ln ( 'oil ! mas.s twi'! c f.'. t ti,.. .... f'-isina l.'UVV iiever fh.-y i A PHi naiii.il Hinchanlt. i ; - .a' t 1 . c -' "st.- a--' , ,. ., 1 to toil, b their 1 ' I" ' 'tl the S' r." Filed for Record. " aCf-mpt:; to r.'s. lie Doultrv. (au.?ht ami swi',,1 ntL-uv ... day aftr-arls fv,nl hanciui: in a top. ' i .V II 4 Attc ritlod to Promptly .urn I IntcM jcjently . TEXAS WIND AND RAIN. t f River Rues Twentv-thre Peet As a Result i.H II i.l . ' '.".if., i I .- I - i .. MOITEV FUR2TISHED ,;. i tert warranted lv ! . .rr. e. a-rs ::an:i eolhite rais PiKtoas rain an,i ,i.i .... lir sO I " rr 8 ft 1 T. a.ood Mai' . a'tOir,' fUto ; ." '! .. i 1 . in ' f. -i.l I Mac ; ; Til. C ' I leadv i lolll '( 1" ; .loh: ; lot . cJ-.-ad 1 ii ' I Accounts Solicited and APhilH.iL:- .. Stones of Washington. V.'ASHIN'i.Tl 'N. M..v .7. Celen-1 C.'b- y- rriii 'iov ;. !!"te t rhr- - i :. .' . the r. blest inibl." i s i :. : : state.-, is a p.rf'ir.-siei. Ii a . . RDELPHIA. Pa., Mv 31.- Mrs. (i I. 'oopcrs boa-aim; house, tab!.- bored. )': '"'..id aia.l rO' in 00 and '''' table '.oard. $ 1 "" . 1"" n,o:11 $.-..00'; hoard in private families from $4.00 to $.". 00 per week. Tho Elkhorn and Hurlimrton railroads are offerine one and one third ratos for th" round trip from a!l points in the Hills. The O'dlook Good . Joseph Wells.' mi" of th" piom . r farmers or the Ppearfi-h v .:'" v. w.,s in th" i'itv vest.'iday 1 iv:'.- 1 ' ,,;!'-p.anie.1 his s'sfer. Mrs. 'i!s,.n of K m-sas. this far on her way Imnv Mr. Wells was isitinu his cd.l hona' in Missouri last winter, ard v Iv returned Mrs. Wilson .am" with him. He says the i rops in th" v.-!: are in good condition, with th- exception of hav and he is of the opinion that the crop will be light this season, owing to the extreme drouth. His fruit is doing well, and he looks for a good crop. His son. John, is running his farm this year. --sonneborn & Co.. bankf-rs 'A I. "ad . ' . a. v. !; PtteBtock exchange today. ; Correspondence Invited. : r s in:' ;..nir exjierience in 1 lie Black Hills :s c;t the r a. i ..: Ttetnlinp; invvstcr, ' w i DZHECTORS S W. E. ADAMS. JOHN TREBER. .. 4 HARRIS FRANKWN, Pres. BEN BAER, Vice Pre. & WM. SELBIE. Cashier. of h.r l b!o k 1 c laf'il on M.'l -to K'.iest. Of !.. it toii life, ti.- may b" -"-!! d.l' ' ' ni-bbinsr wit!, his old. ;'.. a: -' '"" IVtticrew.- in tii- i-orri'!-''" : ' o - 1 or the central finr- ' cro ip '' mice niriicrn tramblers w nt '-' an K street hotel, where th-y mo-: do congregate, spinning yarns f the jroo-i old times when "bloods'' like his oM friend Pettigrew were as numerou a-round the "green cloth'' as deparrrDect twenjl announced to ex-lwty-t0 thousand. pJanKi,,Ppower Wh T.May ?1-Speclal.- $3fi0'.i. First Nat onal Hank of IV-alwc0'.! toto l M. Fherson. the Vulcan an Gunnison minirg claims, ail in Ida Gray nlrict (feZ? D,ew the top . Haa on last 1 fl-Wit

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