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June 13, 1900

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D aily Pioneer -Times. otii vk.m:. DKADWOOD, S. I). (J1LACK HILLS), WKDNKS Mi 1 1, .! I ' N K ' h M I FIVE CENTS. BLOEMFONTEIN lain ail : - vollel. H r !,nnetr. .. I nali'in IS NOT RETAKEN i h ii! i :i P i a : .! .' (if i Idly Kenny Sends War Office Iowa G. A. rt. Enciiiip'rciu I ' i 1 "' I i i iv O ....... i'i-.- u.un l.i- 1:1 . ; i ',. . 1 i pa n iin-at ; ; . ... : Kl i , and . ..fi'sii's. '-v. . T'niii-d iy. Occa i Liner Resumes Service. N. a Ye ,, I i v . . I n:.ntr.h From That rM.itioii.il Credit Mens Association. M.lw.l IK' .1 v v . ..'1 I In , 1 'HI., I i i I ! V 1 I I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . : ! . ' I I H 'I i ,i I , . , n . - hi.,, i u . i !. ,.: .i, ,- !i, r,. today Pv pic ident John I hi, ,,f I'hda.b liln.i. 'I h" 1 ;il ol - . . 1 , ; .' . I , , , 1 1 . 1 . . ! V . s ' ' 1 ! I . 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' i ; ! . 1 ' ! I ' 'I I 'i. i I'm .. crin : it: i ': 1 ' h , ; . .. . I, .1 ..: I .i !!.'!:. II' I '' . . . 1 -' ' - I LUNATIC LOOSE WITH A REVOLVER i i ! Rushes Into Criminal Court and I Attempts Lives of the Officials. ; i ' Policemen interferes and Four! Men Take Mad Man to ; Jail. FOR PROTECTION United States Consul At Chin Kiang Asks For a Cruiser. Vessel Will Be Sent From the Mouth of the River. City. -e i thar ami his w Li, i mi .. . : W! . . -: !. v ' Mat. . .. :. I ! I -I 1 : 1 1 1 . -' I I ij Over t"v Machine ifteen Hundred Boers Surrender to British in Ficksbtrg District. Hcn.e Dedicated n', 1 : 1 1 : . i ' ! I I"1 ' h ... .IV I I' Red River Settlers Meet. , ;,.. i U .In.;-..mi- i.l i I-' "I il I ; , i' , .. i .,,,,!,' I De'jre' '. Coi-fri 'pJ I pin Ap- i:. ' i: Hi. nil. 'i i V . i i ,,!; - I I (I'll 1 M ; (:! h, In,; t- n a .. it:.' !. , . ; . h v :. - t . . K :!, :,. u ''' ' 1 1 i . i a" in '! tualh !;iifi l. . ! i S . .t il ; h I!... I . I . i ; 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 in tie ;!. ' ii alio- Id ..-I i liic : Fed' .:!:' ificrc is a time and place for all Things J :A", ASSOC! Ti'). ' (i t , re He 'I ... L. Monument to Genera! Putnam. anj iow is the time for you to buv Your Tumi liner-; in ' II.- .th-O it.- v..i- K . 1 1 -. 1 and v. a - mortally l' - 1 1 1 ! 1 1 at I took Jtrieai I'lltli.i'll !ii! I'i M vn, IN! lounO p. .1 I ' i i . th" 'l; Ii 'I ir 1 1 . ' :" -1 ep- ' 1 1 1 i ' 1 .' , VV 1! SPRING SUIT jORONER'S INQUtST DEFERRED. n a i-pi ., . ,n th.- a , nl t a wid-hot . a , S am l:n!:. in Mho a . . n!i nd in I ! : I i mitral: h Lrge Numfcer of Witnesses to be rrl, si . Surrmoned In St. Louis. ST. l.lll'IS Mo . June 1- - Sp- tile . a. a I . .,'IH ,e, II, the tl.ia'.l." of hi ,am, ,-d ; i'" on tie I'i'i, Jal TV ((in. n-'i s impiest over tin- ; ill l.. .lei:;.-;. I ' Ma.,v I i: Walk .l.i ei- via- ..j. I. ; of IP idvsv a', r Mort .:!! : ' I ' , nr.,..-. ,.,., Ii. v Mi I' m t, i v. i II in h ,ai" 1 half ef the , ML" ItitMelliehl. lilies of the Sunday riot victims was mi takrii iii In. lay on unimtlt of tile !ind nut's llic il;u'o in w huh in lmv it. I u.de . . i a i ion. j ' 'act A!', mi. ;. IVri. r arraa d '. t ". : I ' ol a pp. a I i. a - Mil hunt '' j -r. ' 'a, n ,i, th" la,,, , Niio "' t la- , ran! that t he court was not w a ' ! huh' I v, at Ii pow er to act on the ap an I I !" ai- of persons coiiiicp'd of ,api ; tal (rimes. This wi.s the (h-.t time life niimli.-r (t witnesses wno are it yet suninioiie.l. Samuel Com-irs. president nf ttie American Feil- Wion of l.aiin!'. v comint; to take p, .i,,-..r the ,,d -..Mi. all kind-. nn iudi::" a t a- Let W "1! I i t ;7t lis if ( ' I M - t , i :! Hi!-.' pn.'iii' t " h" i 1 la raest .il,.) l:i.-l ! r t. ' , 1 arsi' of the strike. Kx-doveriKir s iT, . v. ,.( !,-i. i '.i','i. i !. ; t. ! I . i h. -tm - -r, A. O. U. W. & D. of H. Sum Ka'KS 1 . .lime 1.' Sp. , la'. Th" S'lpi.uie and Superior hniv. ; i,: th.- (i I . V and ii of H . p. ned tll.il ..l.'IM.l! Session here tlldal Th" at 1 1'inla nee e ds that ot a n et h r Sn prenie and Snperinr h id W nn et i nv; diirini: tli" past i.-n i-n s wa. Mi it In s..tr and N'ehra'd'a hav laru.- d"h L'l..lls pie:, tit. Veteran's Association. i ,. 'i i: ipid-. s u . .i' i,,. u .-' , . i Th-- I. !' MadisMii V.-t.T.ui - .. la t n .11 i ai. iied t !i"i r reunion h.-i t t ,i i r i ii i itat ii hi i id im fih'-r ' i - .,-,;' th. 1 Vtv-: c an : r : in tttei:-! in. I loii i: W M.ir' .t i ' 1 1 1 i , . " a " d I ' 'v pi a i 1 1 I i 1 ' : I lone, 'attorney I'nr the strikers, says ,.,,this .pie.-tion had I n rai.-, d P. fan. le prosp.Tt- fm a settlement of the ot of appeal-; iu tin n an I th jrike are :n (nirauiiiu- than ever i'.a' :-" Ym will lintl in the sinxi.tl line i ldln s f lt'tia rt mcnt . t litisc inadc I v t lie 1 1 1 i H A K'T lii'K -;i!r t.nl'.i j 1 1 t t In- tiit , aiii want, and tin- ditliicua, in the jiiiic lx'twccti the HM'.Il AK'T inadr-i td-lit. and the tin reliant tadnt '- made- 4 j ! ' " i ' ' I 1 tool, thi ; ie',1 oil! I . I ' ' ' ' . I t dl"d til" .1 e Or. St a a ni , an INSUSRETL'RNS NEARLY READY I Old .". .-r h. I'1 in i la- ' :' i : ' ' ' . t, i ir a re h, ; i e - : i . .m M !.!l 'h !.! WILL BE BURIED TODAY. fie Director Will Issue Returns by Two rinors Sentenced. WO !.. !a: ,,hn aa I W:!!. un Ih.d a I la t a o la i ni ii - o' I .. ad a !n ' , l . Bulletins as Soon as Ready. VASHIXiiTi i. It, c. .ime II'.-'cial - i (., ' , "i i .:: a, i i .. I Remains of M i c i"1 e I M c M o n ; c; d W Ee Buried In St. Ambrose. te-illeasii t e iru c will lie inM a In lit i tudio 111,, set dii flHiis hurivia s'ivs as simhi a-; th'' v- Irns are in . ri I ; t ;. n to lie ma le i tune ,i a, i Pa t O h .11 :' 1 1! toll:, ! i on! h a ' ; d .1, ... !l' II ii.iv , , . : t '. . II i 1 11 I he Ids', i , dU f S) HI II o' kill' he Will ai:IIOiIli e dailv Ijllile- . th it'll I r !ia( d All ditlit. Iu ,li;i!i w r. ..,v - The hi -first. Th Pcl-ce Cnurt. iti. , will he heard (HI!, tin:,' of t he p. o-.'!.a:.- localili. ut.l t !i.-s and -vef 1 1::-: " !'. ,'!n .,;p! in the-.- ; pal I.: !1 f, '.v,,k-. i'v 'i ; ROSENTHAL PAl.ACB ; ''i'lii.!' - 'i ;: ! C-nven'acn. i'a , .til..- - -:e : 1 '. . o , T i IV. Vv. . a-. ft. r.f i ' ' I ' ii 'J iv. ' w it K V,,- -. t s. Ltn. v i W'H AdvLsii Quarantine ,V en . . Le;.wji6, Sontli Diik ota. A DEPOSITORY F OR THE la l:ad.-rc;. - ' ei i -: a i ( , in- !.' ,aI-T! , '"' itlmi;-',. fjr fa il- r of the ,a A N 1 1 ' a i ' a, . i 1 1 , a i a 111 I : ar.e .'I if no more i" .re (lis, ovei'ed. 'akin" sla'p v. e '! playiim , oflins GITY, C0U1TTT STATS. I1-window. Street C: r Or e at Rr.,ad. wed ! ,"C- ,. I i . I load -. - -l. til. -I'I who i .a. a ! " ! , -I, r.l '.v 1 1 1 ' a liapi.l ':ii :. - !; ' '' 1 ' did,,' at t!r;' pia- : - appi'o i latir a i A !.' " : ' '' ": ' ! Mot .- i ,' ''.'!! ,:'"..'Iw.:Vj'i- Drnfts and Letters of Credit -1 . ui.e Sweethearts a n , :,: .1 n 0X 'SVII.LK. Kv ln., ,n i -Lilly MeAhe :,ra , ' ,1 SOillle Invtli. r. d.-atb. cat if v,:e itn'.'.-.-ihle. ((( a a-' la- r- pi r.i ii. s 'rum th" !: ar.-st j ,,,.,.. , ........ ii i i.. ",Bh' .1,1., r, -,lorrow- a..,l seventeen, sweet "" ' 1 "l also 1 a !": a'". A Powi.iia ai id ; ; .- , d tol a on ihaa - . ..;,!.. (,'' te . -v.i 1 1J lilt.' tr today. Tho Birl fell out of a 1 Issued, Good ia All Parts of the World. I I i COIiliECTIOlTS A 4 Attended to Promptly and Intelligently. ' j j FUKUISHED r ua thp l.i,i . .. , ... The attrai ' fore, apprri. " (hum ueu ni eeffort to save her. Case Pr.m... r..-: -ettleniellt Clld he is of l!le onillioil that tli'' I' ruiitiinu ivirnlur-y .veil w.ek within a short time. The lotaiianv has airi' ed to take cognizance of the union, and will continue to pay the old wasp's. Its nun have been ip'ttnm six hit- a dav and eat theinseh es. "Troop A." The niehers o! Troop. A Tinrd I'niteil States Volante, r aval' ' m- t last eveniim a'-eoialitu' to all. Tl were were rj " i ' 1 ' a tiniiil"T of tic old troop present. Captain IPillmk presided. A number of hill- a ram-t the tives ol the man who who was ,... nave n written i oir emina if Michael lived a' one tin:., m Sioux i ity. and afterwards iu Omaha wlo re. it is stat,.:. two s i -f - r s live now . lie ( ante to 1 uid wood about six years avro and was an employe at tile -.melt''!' ill! -(!, titlle. lie Was a steady-vroina; fellow, i , onomi, nl in ins liabits. and thrifty in his nature. He made regular remittances of mon r.'.-in Shot at Fort Meade. , . ,, h, .,1 ! 1. .-. . ' '., , 1 , , - - -s. a.. June 12 Spe- vui,er bchreiner has resiimed that a : had h- -n - hot at A T Mead.- " "t !i'T -..' 11. r- v. !,., i i ""tape Colony cabinet. any i tcnt wariant( d l.v ImrrnwiTs names (,r 9 Oill.Ttefals f KOINES. Ia.. June 12.-Spe- ey to his ac'il mother, prrri tu in:: e on- A., ixnt- miieu a who ' ' i Apennntc Q o I i 1 1 n H onrl omv in his life in order to save it for .; a ! - :"! if!'." d ! l,i v..t o'.i (d : ! , -,-api d Th-v. a s ord, i'i to (;.. : ho v.-a ; - ha' p : a - a member of th, i; . 1 wa - out on a ' ,. lookin-had sa house was f not ha that h i aival r dollars to Drake univer- " WWWMIIfcJ WWIIVI IVU U I IU her. He had a sunt; sum on hand. -aten llero ll . , 11 hundred thousand Correspondence Ihvited. and owned a little ho ise m the lower part of Headwooil. Sprino Wnnl ri:- . )ur lei-'f experiv noe i'i the Black IlilK is at the I. troop were allowed and paid It was resolved tha the t :' "-"t the ta-uniAn ;if Sturtrist today a- individuals, it lains illlpO.-Sihie to cure mounts for all th- troop. who wished to attend. The next meetinsr of the troop was called for Lead on the Fourth of July, next, when it is exepected that every service -f iritcnlinf iiutr- 01. n. Sn. 0! . ! . L' ' ton . ..!. ! '. !i are Hill 1c ... ! joi n in a prop1 rt i Mes from t ?rre t n t "h- I Jt Junp 12.-Special.-The onw7large ''lips have begun e A number of smaller ones w1 trtning aing fr in, ,.the heavy sellers are just fce. T warehses. There rulch. They have a lease on tome r, rira r ro cs m Shock and Loss of Blood. His (.eatli is suppose! to have l,..er caused by the s.m, to his nervous system and loss of biood altho it is possible that he had received internal injuries that wore no apparent. iVhen he was first discovered after the accident his injuries were not bleeding much, but it was evident from the blood! on the floor around the machinery and on the stairs that he had been blpedlng prrifusely. Th member will present. of the ; -operty that has recently be n ' ww y purcha-ed by the Spcarfish (iohl ; W. E. ADAMS. JOHN TREBER. A The troop has a Rood organization Mining company, and their lea- dots HARRIS FRANKLIN, Pre. BEN BAER. Vice Pre, ft and every member takes an interest In what is goint? on at cne meetings. not expire until some time in juiy. ' g k K - o rri trnintr t r vnrb soclaOon, which ts WM. SELBIE. Cashier. y P 'P yypy y MMfMMrM npyi -t of iVl. as there is no lack of something to keep it alive. some property of their own. j frV raonth. At that time

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