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SATURDAY JUNE 30, m. THE DAILY PIOSEEK -TIMES, DEAD WOOD, S. D. destroy century them, and long before the 25th the last one will have ilisap-au l with it the Kr-:it name of In the simple anil illogical of iht- Filipino it may appear some-what difficult to eompreheiifl ju.st why I. perti N i ainoa.-i ihcit idpher. Geo. V. Ayrcs & Co. lo lie foraiv.-n. or wh;.t tuilt.s h Is ! lluVe dis- a morning phni.M- or i ii oi k .-, ..- '. C, ip-I Ilk.-liiii not I-1 li t addi the An. mit llll s ucce -. irs to 1 I. a M" -1 1 n apln !( ; ;i I i.- .r Ayres & Wardman Hardware Companv J a l: i i;m-. 1,1 l alln i U- the d ikomlii than a onM ! iat ton. .- 1 1 1 1 1 I ieli- and ,i j j j I : ,1 !l: :i ;v Iii the t 1 1 : i I' to THE DEADW00D PIONEER ESTABLISHED JUNE 8, 174. TIfE BLACK HILLS TIMES ESTABI ISHED APK!!. T. 1M7. CONSOLIDATED MAY 13, 1397. , PIONEER TIMES ITUUriHING CO. terms or .su'.srkirnoN: DAILY Ev : y M'.n.ii.t'. Ew -l Monday. Out- Year $i'i.'M, Six Mouths One Mouth 1 ' WEEKLY IssiumI Every 'I hiii'Mlay: One Year 'i-W Six Mouths LW I II. 1 n -1 ! -'lo-l lit 1 r i ' - ' Mi l IMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIinillllillliiiiiiij,,,,!, who have been relieved of painful menstruation by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, are constantly writing grateful letters to Mrs. Pinkham. Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound I now nth" hing e. li-so el'-c-e tt) 'I II l'!,;!;..,n. i i . o.l h II V nriialisii., i - ad Ihe ll.tve tllll Hi.. i :l. V. IC II li i . i. nil. in i n.it j' 'ii i,. i- i" in. i li and n. i t.ll llj. .-ellti-IK 'I.iil. I" war .III Id.- " anil Ii i ill earn ; and . v I iilil-d Cal.ai; will hold lie e 1 1 n a in n ov r nine h ii. i h.it )im 'a : t ti . p ' 1 1 ' Oil' i 1 1 -1 - II 1 1 II J-' lo I" j hi. that -o'.i th ii .ii i Hardware and Mining Supplies.. tired leader Time's en -pecially ad-vvit h club in , i n high way- I cu.ll "'I .-.I. has I tin- lllillK 1 I'. sleep. nigra t iil.it e you ai. i on lor standing up lo meet the Hindi L cured them. It always relieves painful periods and no woman who suffers should bo without -lav. I ' . III I I e hand ma n. till II '! Kut Th. an- Niniiim i onil ilai on t In-jijioscd Hr.wiu and led as Sccuud-Clabs Matter at the Dcudwood Fostoffice. alioul Uill I" I'.iyan In Ki t 1 5 1 a ui ni in lie was s -i v sinceri o y yours. H JOHNSTON. ni ion i 'hi. on v iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Foi REPUBLICAN TICKET. I'lcsid'-nt WILLIAM McKlXL E. Vice President THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For .luring tin- campaign. I in men ui t y after the news came of liryans defeat he said that it was just what he cvpecfed. and added that a man of the litvauite cast would he certain to be defeated in this country just as often as he would come inVnntact with the people. Hryan is just as much of a Hi vanile in limn as he was in I Sill. . .. defeat which he will grt this year Is This Fame? On one of the early May .lays an old gentleman who is somewhat of a spoil and is well known to all the newspaper men and Iterary workers of Chicago, says the Inland Printer, was going down town on an open car. He was sitting on the back seat enjoying a smoke and the balmy weather, when Opie Read got on. "(bind morning.'' said Read. The oltl fellow looketl Read over this knowledge. Nearly all the Ills of women result front some derangement of the female organism. Mrs. Pinkham's great medicine makes women healthy; of this there Is overwhelming proof. Don't experiment. It you suffer get this medicine and get Mrs. Pinkham's free advice. Her address is Lynn, Mass. Main St. Deadwood, S. D. ii Hill inn- an a Hill will In- worse than he got th Inmsi If is neit her a llr.v an anti Hi van demo. tat. He - Then he said ad to foot. from h LIVERY AND FEED SALE STABLES slowly : I beg vt in r pa rdon but you have Meiiibers of Congies? i'ltKN V. M AKT1N, of Lnumne. CIIAKLliS 11. HLKK.L. of lluyln-s Governor C. N. HEKIUEU. of Mcl'htrsun Lieutenant (iovcrmir GEO. V. SNOW, of Bon Hcmmr. t-oretary of State U. C. KEIvG, of Sj.ink. Treasurer JOHN S'l'IIAMHEK, of llun li.i; Auditor J. 1. KEEVr.S, of liioi;. Attorney ;iniial JOHN L. I'YLE. of II. .i ll. Slirt. Of I'llbllc I Ufell'llt t Kilt - E. L. COLLINS, of I lay. Com. of School and I'ul.lc- L.iihN DAVID EASTMAN, of Holn i ts K a 1 1 road Commissioner FRANK LECOCy. of DoukI.is. sir ili'tng as the I 'lllleil lid 1" front ticket the advantage of inc." rat and that sort of a s just about as obnoxious kind to t he people of t he The Republicans wo: to see lint on either tilt tail end of Hit Hryanite as easv as llrvan to beat ili-ini i rat other Siat. mice or th He is Good Saddle and DiviLg Horses Furnished. Heavy Hor.j n j Now Opie knew the man well and ihe thought the man ought lo know Teams Bought and Sold. Contracts taken to do heavy team work or to move household goods and furniture. Dry wood for iale and delivered. polity of the the rulings GEORGE BENNER. It has never been the I'iiuiee r l imes to criticis .mil decisions of courts. . 509 Main St nor to unne him. lor tle-v had met many times at the Prc-.s club and other places. Opie was a little warm, hut he kt pt good-natured, as he generally does, and saitl pleasantly "Well my name's Read. I thought von ren 1 1 -n 1 1 H -1' -t I me .'" "Oh. v .-s. Mr. Read Mr. Roland Recti. Win. "Nn. not Roland Reed. 1 am " " Wl.v . it an t be. it can't be," said the old man. rubbing ins hands, "thai this is Mr. Whit. -law R I "" lust then Col. I.ightfoot Visse.ber Uaptist Young People's L'nion, Cincln- nati, O., July 12-15, 1900. Biennial Convention, National Republican League of the United States, St. Paul, Minn., July 17-19, 1900. Annual Convention, Young People's Christian Union of the Presbyterian Church of North America, Denver, Col., JUy 25-30, 1900. I Biennial Convention, Knights of Pythias, Detroit, Mich., Aug. 27, September 1st, 1900. j The above Is a partial l'st of some of the most Important excursions to I The Ladies Bazaar i RESULT NOT IN DOUBT. Here and there one tinds in this early Htage of the presidential cam paign an expression of theo pinion that the result is hy no means eitain. that Mr. McKlnley is not so strong as he was in i !. that Mr. Itryan is stronger, and that the election of the latter cessarily rate the railroads for no other reason that that they are corporations, hut even courts and managers of railroads are human and prone to er The I'nited Slates court of claims in awarding to the railroads $ 1 ."i. nun. nun nver ami above the tun tract price for transporting soldiers ami war supplies, has laid itself open to criticism- unless it can offer an acceptable reason for its action- which is doubtful. Why the railroads should be permitted to hold the government up for $l"i. .nun will also i I 3 Silk Waists for this New Dress Patterns week at a liaro;i:n. for spring o-nwn. 1 boarded the ear. "Hello. Opie." cried he. and turning: to the old gentleman he nodded fa I i Summer GOOdS in Percales, Meivrri.eil r.inr. and all fashionable fabrics f. ham -ummer iniliarly and said: (looil morning sir.'' I be run by the popular Burlington ; route during the coming summer. For said ' the old advantage of beg you "hut vou pardon.'' have the I man dresses and shirt waists. Tailor SuitS f"r everyone, Come and s -o. g Mrs. Nott, - Main St. Deadwood dates of sale, time limit, tickets, etc., call at ticket office. W. T. ROBERTSON, Ticket Agent. J. L. BENTLEY, Passenger Agent is not only possi.de but probable. This opinion is held not only by the partisans of Mr. Rryan alone, but by occasional observers of no particular party feeling, anil by some republicans. It was broached at Philadelphia by a number of the leaders, especially from the northwest, and it was used with much effect to overcome the reluctance of Mr. Koosevelt's friends to his acceptance of the nomination for the vice presidency. It is believed by some of these that the possibility of a foundation In- fact for this opinion was controlling in deciding the governor to make what he regarded as a real personal sacrifice. As the canvas progresses there Is no doubt that this view will extend somewhat, and BURLINGTON. ROUTE. Wfve.Gtt It! You want Denver Times: Not since the London mob attacked and stormed the home of the Duke of Wellington en tl'e anniversary of aterloo has there been a greater sentimental incongru ity than the selection of July 4th as the date of meeting of the national democratic convention. On that day the American flag was born, yet the utterances and declarations of the convention at Kansas City will asbault and in.sult it. If It were possible for such as theme to do so tire emblem of honor and freedom would be sullied with calumny. me. "My name s Visscher. sir'" saitl the colonel, straightening himself up and buttoning his Prince Albert tightly around him. "Oh, yes," said the old man with a dignified smile. "Mr. Vischey. Yes. yes, how careless of me. Why, you are the man who invented Vischey water." The colonel got up and rang the bell. When the ear stopped he jumped offand grabbing Opie by the arm. said : "Come on. Read. 1 want to tell you something." When they reached the sidewalk the colonel paused and remarked with considerable vehemence: "Well 1 11 be d d. Is this fame'" Let's make a deal. Our business transactions are strictly coiifidei tial. We've got the money, jot want the money, so come and w The Democratic National Connvention Only a few weeks until the big convention at Kansas City. Time you decided your route. Time you found out for yourself how quickly and comfortably you can reach Kansas City if you take the Burlington's 2:30 p. m. train with the only thru car Dead-wood to Kansas City. Close connections and only one night en route via this popular route. RATE. One fare for the round trip , tickets on sale July 2nd and 3rd. For rates, berths or any further information call on any ticket agent of the B. M. us. We have on hand a large stock of unredeemed pledges at prices Us below their cost of manufacture. No. 21 Lee St. The Deadwood Loan Office, WEAKER THAN GREELEY. J. Sterling Morton's conservative Mr. Bryan has frequently made the claim that he received an unusualy large popular vote in 1896. Because of the oft-repeated assertions of hlsehar-acter many people have been deceived into beleiving that Mr. Bryan proved Paris -air. 1 The American exhibit at the Paris it Is not improbable that about the middle of the contest there may develop a substantial scare among the supporters of the republican ticket. The fact that such an incident would promote on the one hand the schemes of bear speculators and on the other contributions to the campaign fund With not be without its influence. It Is not worth while to examine In detail tne reasons assigned tor this view of the situation. The real causes of It at the present moment are more matters of temperament than of reflection. The problem is on the face of it extended and complex. Numerous elements enter into It. The decision is a long way off. Ine sanguine man will take one view; the cautious or timid man will take another; and a ot of men who are more or less offended with the administration grat position will be an open volume, whose j R. R. i i 4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. an unexceptionally strong candidate and would have been president if the popular vote instead of the electoral vote had determined the result. To cor lessons of skillfully directed endeavors and unfaltering energy may be read by all. Our Government Building is completed, and no effort has been spared to make It worthy to represent our nation. It was by the same American perseverance that Hosteter's Stomach Bitters, rect an Impression so at variance with the facts It is only necessary to refer to the history of the presidential elections Dissolution Notice. The copartnership heretofore existing as Blschoff & Lesperance has been dlsolved by mutual consent, Ed. Blschoff retiring, Molse Lesperance will continue the buslness.and be responsible for the liabilitler of the late firm and collect amounts due said firm. ED. BISCHOFF. MOSE LESPERANCE. IInited States Depository j the famous dyspepsia cure, was first produced. Since that time fifty years Mr. Clifford haa compiled the presidential vote from the first campaign of Jackson in 1824 to the election in ago It has never failed to cure con Cl'SHlHST. DIRECTORS: T. i. ORIER, P. SPARKS P. A d. a. Mcpherson. ify themselves with the prediction that it will be condemned In November. Most of these long before o. J. Salisbury. stlpalion indigestion, biliousness, liver November, will be doing their level and kidney troubles, and it will maki rich, red blood. It is an excellent tonic best to secure the election of Mr. Mc- DR. FLORA H. STANFORD Homeopathic physician. Office and rei- and is a regulator for the bowels that 1 DENMAN r Klnley, but they are not ready to be ; OFFICERS: President o. J. SALISBURY I Cashier D Vloe-Preeldent T. J. GRIER Assist Cashier J Idence. 374 Williams street Morphine, liquor and tobacco habits treated. gin now, and they cannot deny them selves the luxury of a little ugly anti cannot be equalled. All druggists sell it. Do not be talked Into taking "something Just as good." There is nothing equal to it. clpation. We believe as firmly, and confidently as we- can believe any thing as to the future that Mr. McKIn Princess Brandt Of California canned fruits, such as peaches, pears, strawberries, apricots, grapes, etc., are the finest thing of their kind on the market Also ley will aurely be elected. It may be 8 - on a lighter vote of by a smaller ma 1896. It will be surprise to many an ardent Bryanarchist to know that the representative of the. ratio of received the smallest per cent of the popular vote of any Democratic nominee during the entire period. The defeat of Oreely was always regarded as the most humiliating disaster to the Democratic party. Greely received 44 per cent of the popular vote. This record of Greely was eclipsed by Bryan in 1896. Mr Bryan received but 40 per cent of the popular vote. This showing ought to silence the absurd, claims put forth by Bryanarchlsta, whose lack of Judgment is in part compensated for by an excess of enthusiasm. There is but one possibility for the democrats to duplicate the humiliating record of 1896 and that is by repeating the the nomination made at that time. jority in the electoral college, or It may be by an overwhelming majority, Special Summer Excursions, Via Burlington Route, y Annual meeting1, National Educational association, Charleston, S. C. July 7-13. 1900. Annual International Convention, but of the actual result we can see no I reason for any intelligent doubt the 3-pound cans of whole or sliced Singapore Maharajah Pineapple, the most delicious you ever tasted at the Standard Cash Grocery, corner of Sherman and Deadwood streets. All we ask is that you try one can. New Undertaking Parlors So, in our own state, we cannot Imagine any possible conditions likely .to arise to defeat the republican ticket. ' .When the candidacy of Mr. Martin for congress was announced we felt sure 44 Actions of the Just SECOND-HAND TYPE. Bourgeois, Brevier, Nonpareil, tied up and in quantities to suit purchaser, at ten cents per pound. Pioneer-Times. No. 20 Lee Street. Are the Xeateet and most complete in the All Embalming- done by an expert. West. Smell Sweet." that he would secure the nomination and election. Time only strengthens the belief in his election by at least 10,000 majority and the whole state ticket from 6,000 to 10,000. .- . Only Funeral Car in the Black Hills The fragrance of life is vigor and strength, neither of which can be found in a person whose blood is impure, and whose every breath speaks of internal troubles. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, "THEAFR08TY BREATH." G. O. Rockwood. a wealthy and aged New York photographer, had a ward, a handsome young widow, and this ward loved Mr. Ruffln North, who did not Inspire the picture man with confidence, to he wrote his ward to give North "a frosty breath that will chill his bones. He is a gilded bubble." The advice worked by contraries and Hortense, the beautiful, not only promptly married North but she gaye him the letters of her guardian, upon which he began action for $10,000 It Is Delicious The best mocha and Java coffee to be found In the country is now on sale at the Standard Cash Grocery, corner Deadwood and Sherman streets. The increased sales of this article which makes such a delicious drink, is evidence of its superiority over all other brands. The next bill of groceries you Telephones ' Calls answered promptly Day or Night. ii. !! N' . GENERAL AMNESTY. The war in the Philippines has finally reached the stage where a general proclamation from the government, annuonclng that all natives who are willing to be good In the future will be forgiven past delinquencies, . has been issued. It is thought by those in a position to know that much good may result from this offer, and that the wily and elusive Agulnaldo may be induced to accept forgiveness for all the trouble he has caused, and consent to accept the boon of citizenship. Until the present time the Filipinos have no exhibited great .enthusiasm over the prospect of closer relations with Americans, but, after the latter have ppent several months cha6ing the former all over the islands, it is certainly only reasonable to expect them to receive the governor's kind proposition with every feeling of gratitude and Joy.-,, . order. Just add to that your order for a pound of mocha and Java. Once tried, never forgotten, tf STANDARD CASH GROCERY. The Best joofcl in the Country recognize the stioeriorlty ot vitalizes and enriches the blood, gives a good appetite and makes the weak strong Run Down ".My husUnd -wis ran dowi ii health nd aH tindoui. Those txctUent tnetSdnes, Hood's Pills mJSjus-ptsSU. built him up tgjun." Mrs. H. L. LEA & PERKINS damages against Papa Rockwood. The court held that th -communication was privileged and Bred It out of court. "'".' , On reading the report of the trial, John Henry Johnston, who was out here last summer, wrote the following to Mr. Rockwood: My Dear Mr. Rockwood: - Ton are immortalised! . You thought yon were lmortalised the ;:;,m.si SAUCE Mffn aUafm THE CLIFTON HOUSE. Hot Spring. S. D. Is now thoroughly cleaned and renovated and opea to the public patronage wltb pleasant cool, airy rooms, in cloee connection with the Hinnekahta bath house, the best of acoomtnodatloBa, reasonable rates. Terms on dollar a day or ava dollars a week. , mrs. Hcrargra cixmsg. Proprietor .... . , vr rtriti' PtlkM long before yesterday, but yonr picture win 'fade. " Conflagration! will Son. Agt. ' eatWtU f k with flag's h!rmi. JomDUMCAM!

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