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The Daily -Times. IMi.Vwooi), S. I). (BLACK HILLS), SA'ITh ,:.b V FJVE CENTS. STEVENSON IS Pioneer OPERATION OF to Be Razed. S:an, i.UCI O.i FIVE THOOSAND Cor..-v. M.-1 0'i D; I .... A t THE CANDIDATE o l'..!' ' A h:!.' NC'A W a i .II- '. tloo CATHOLICS DIE CREMATORIES ; New York Correspondent De- " scribes the Process of the Crematoriums. iV, ' ' ! ai Boxers Massacre Many Converts to the Faith in China. 1 a a .o i .. :l . . I . . i 1 1 , 1 , i i 1 1 I'M Hl.S" . r i : to lf, .. . . 1 .-, e, former vice ncaiuc.i ...uuu T(ri. !h , , I I ! ,'i the Running Mate For Bryan. ' he i t :. . ! ! . ;! '.ink-. I he I i.. (,., . st.-i .In . n,f,i uiii-t'.v linhtnitif. 'I'!:.- : pany est i mat.- t - I dollars. I..:. I ii . :.,. I aj . ell isl ini; ol .1 'eii. i, . t l:u h tak. ii 1 1 out an I lull a le I el , t . .1 upon a Mile I, nind.it loll I .'. I he I IIII--J 1 III i, t ni the S, ins of the lin ml ; ai i.. . :. n :i; . . : ' ..::! i ,,l;.p ..... , ., , ft' ' tan- i: i -'.. I.. ,.; i :,, f-'i ' ''I's -:,l's on,. . ,,., . asili p.. I" Mm I! :n on;',:i . ,,t !'., a! j -V'' mi a Kiesh ('inn! , and flu, th- s M, tiiiiit i-i-i in,. n a n 1'.'' I ' i : -1 -. . a Ida ii I . ii! a limit I th. "n.'.'l. i ii an ! lapi u p,.p .. 1 r:.. a j I o !lll I' HI ill t Vll 1 III pa I ts Hie tl 11','UOIim la. I s. Convention AT Ranbdb vmy hu-, judgment against NEELY. Manner In Which Human Bodies Are Disposed of By Incineration. . , , ti n - i journs Aner inree v&y Defaulting Postmaster Must Pay the Foreigner Are Tortured and Pekin Described as an Inferno. i no ' ' "I -ii.i- '.: M,.- .1. ad I SeSSiOn. FU" Amount of Defalcations. ! MI NCIi:. In-! .ImIv ,: Sp., ml , The judf.. of the I.-.I. n,l , mm has n I t-r.-d up j'i.i;iii.-iit auiiiM-l NY.-h. ;!.. sx.s 1 '' l!li '' SjHM-ial. Cuban postal , p, h.-b r. m lawn of '!' I tirst ' Il.l.n i if I W . II '. o , ha :!..-, tin ,i ail o . . . ., ;, . w t- i 1 . i ha w .in. - i ;.. ;.,, . . an ' i sails .um ,,i.,,', , ., .1 w h. n JO. !,,.;! h.n . , oil: Hal ! a.l tins. Will Make Improvements. I'lie . . . u 1 1 a . Is lo make I be r, pa Irs alld 1 1 1 1 1 I ow in. tit s nil the public s, l.ool Luiblints nf II. adwood haw-be, n aw at de, I !,, s, oral ,plT"i eiil per suns I'.e.ui;" I'll k . 1 Was UUell 111-- I,. I, ,i i epa 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I he ( 'eiit i al s. hool huihliiu; and the l-'oiirtb waul build in.- I': h, l A Co . ha the , ontrio t to luinisli the moiililiiin. :i n.l lloba.k w ill do the plus!, i ini-, w here 0 is ie . .. d It M.H l l ' i . 1 1 . i I ,i . . o s -. , i -i -or oi l a u ui 1 1 1 1 - , in lii n i l Tin 1 1 1 i n in tiii. 1 1 1 1 1 s r-- ' I " "" W .is III V 'i j I'. .1!. ; ,,i !,. . le ! hi.: ad.' j ,v.. . . II . a ! th. a- u c i r: ,.nar. d tur ! president J amount of Ins .- ilati..t,- N'.-, h - oh, I'nif'l Stat- today first ! property !..-.. s . 1 1 1 ; . . J ;,t $ .;; jot Other i aiididatos for I In- j ! sold S!" ' ''I M I s 1 leu, is qnte ,,,, ''- kn hae mass, i. i, . lu. t hi iiis.nid I'atholi, s. b. -id, s mur.b iiiiK ' he ll.l , Itllel S ', le H el e 1. ,. ... A t.a' is pies, 1 1 . . . i ,- a. 1 . -s o! : ii I .ui I,. I a ii mm a .11 1 1 ii, it ' !.- i.-i in ' a in.iii.i:i . . : i.. n i 'lit' :t poss.-s-,- i.nu. ;.a : I.. ! :e I a nf a L-e - .: t . . a, initiation : n.wne. 1 1 in, .-mum n. , 'ion an,! a,., rue lit ..' I,., .,s,.-s in ' Vl s.dd.. i s ,,!,,, , ., ....,s Hill I ". s--' ' . s , ; ,. f i . I.J ,,i 1 1.,' Lous,, al ! tll ' ' ' ,.;,,v .. i . : ant s 'on.!. ' I,.-:. " . !-..i .,,!!.. i.inal 'urlh. ' arr. i t r in h. i ii .,,. nf !.. .tiiot v -r' as follows: I, Special Meeting. 'I . e w ill be a spe, lal meet no; to II If hi . lac .lb o. Mill il.beka ll I .odfc.- ,, p,i I be pin poe of makiiin ar ILL AT NARR AGANSETT PIER. Mrs. Dewey Qui'e Seriousand Compelled to Keep Her Room. NAKliAC WSKTT. I'lKI! ,l ih i, ,i,nson " ''l 'I own.-. M"--. Hill. smith i';. l;iiiforth. 1 . Hjikk. 1 . I. , . ll.,.,',..-.. I Vi . . ha w- b, . II On lion-, 1 1, j,,, h ,s 1 1 I,, . i ' 11 1 b" had I n ,i t,.. ,, ill,. (''alholl. talth j ''! " letue,., s , .iniimi th,' slO 1 " - -' the lo ,fll. IS l,elnK til- t lll'.'d i '' I'' t-'b '!,:-. nh is il.'scril.e.l j .in ml' i no. and the slri-.-t mc iiml to I be I I i im w I b le panioi o: I.. ' on,. nt iinpi. s - : 1 a - I m I' i. 'in li.' '. . p. i ,. ii, . ,! ,,rr : nni.' . ' ' i, announced Mi' slates otitic fur . in ' I 'illn'";a I II : '1 t II II. 'I a- - ui the k III i- I IIP for in- t a Hal ion AM i , , 1 1 f '' 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 - nt. Hy . . 1 1 1 , . I m i s , . 1 1 1 1 , , , i . i . . . i a ' ,i i ! : 1 1 . 1 1 . a 1 i . .1 .1 . ha i : i , ll pi . 'I ell I ll I I , "I 'i ,- . id i iil' about i 'in )i , ml i ei i, e( Ui !'. lilu in !ii.a.ilh and ..!.. I.eifht ill III. .'I HI e.l !i; a "I . a poi t ,..n . I.uilt ., Pi i k . .1,. a lid nil. eh n In d P .ail,'' pi , I in I" I .11 1 . ; t i . i - in ,' !i a - . i . li.aloi al I a 1 1 l: t h 1 1 ' a i .it a ti. ! lio-iL. tioin members request,' I ll del 1,1 III.' lllllf I ,.. .. - . Iiaiitt'-'l th-ir votes ' Mr I - -y j- .put.- snimis ,.v, iimui an.! Ins nomination was j ill an. I is o.ji-e. to remain indoors unanimous 'II"' convention and freipi.-nt ly comix-l .-. to tak.' to III III' do. Ii i. !: air. .!'.; a 1 1. ;i ... . a ...n- ' 'Hi fusion ,ii,, . in i.an asstl.. ,,f p( rnariy "'li' i- !'! si: I'mi'i t! ,, p, :,,al . s at -J this altrr j i" be.) In.- admiral had planned Mi'iriH' ill.' A w " ' .1 ! a le . a I p. I.l . I ,n at a ll po.i.' Id.teiin at the main door you pa li'i' a handsome rotunda , t. nd ','::- I' .III d at. i. ,t six to haw- tur U'ashuif ton Saturday Democrats Are Satisfied. I1"" l"is wif-"-- illness may pr.-v.-nt. ':.,. dem,,. i.its sc. m thoroly snti.- -t any ' o sh- will not ao on, pann ith th-' wo-k tlif-y ilid. Tin- . on i riim. II- r llnoat is aff.-, -t.-.l. t ii.ls!,i:.. i,l ,,! t i . r.,; t J !. i'l1 .it' 'I I'll I .'.lit I - ii. il' - Ii mil ll,.' Nil,. ' - Look to the Cloth in 0 n'lim r.as k.-'" i1-"!1" I ' ' rm with ;t il.-rlarat ion on silwr of j I'l: to.-' HK-aliilu 1 1.'1 ' 'an i"- no YourSpringSuit; iillit. prattuau i -ai u i in ; in--...ato iilatfoiDi of l.vo; in oilier m- pi-Mts. ami Komi; Miiiti. r m inai n . l 4 : .... .1 ovrs tilt hMH'S Ol riu.illMuu aim e allcp-d growth of trusts anil This Year I lit ' . 1 1., iiml oi i lone and .in , i i I. : -" a -pa. ions j-alb ij The walls ai ' .' III'O 1,1' lies lor I he I , , eptiOll ol ,i i . oniainin ashes of the de pait..' It seemed as tlio all Were o , up' d many by elaborate prodm Hot.- of the siU ersniit h. while here and ih'ie were eeramie K' nis. . (in tie Im'ii anainst the wall, were ureal banks i,f (lowers. apparently fresh ,t bat dewres and mottoes attested thai tin y were hither luorne upon the iiiskets ol '(- tit arrivals. Hack of ltt rotunda is a hallway and stairs . ! idiriK to the gallery, while to the ip-'lit ft-ads a short llTht of six steps to the door ot the retort room. As th. .ortet--'' arrived the hearse and ombmations ol wraith. in.- silwr a it IUn Ul III' I'l.U Ull 111 llM ' 1. L ' the comniitp'.- y.-storday. I y a vot.- 'ii tn 4. .Montana and tho Iti.-tr;. ; Columbia not voting . Mt'inhi rs ol ; committ-c state that tin- east Owinn to the lise ill the piice of wool, and f cunKfipicntly of woolen fubrii s, tlo-re has ln-en f much jupKlitiK this year by some mill, ufact ui ers i of men's wear woolen fabi b s ll is issentially impiitiint therefore that you should ha' e all a the L-iiarnntee an. protection possible with the X suit you are liiiyinn thin sirin. that it is what f il should be You can accomplish this, not f onlv by hiiyin from a rcspe. table retail hot- 4 ought th-- Mlu r plunk lutterlv, and dt'tat seemed certain until ena Blackbtirn of Kent in ky made an to passed doW 11 I f ;,a!i bearers' ai rials' apassion.-d address in its lavoi. I the bunding, while the rest if.- -: let out on his opponents sueh a chant, hut by Innm ; sm h lo'h ini; as Is mad.- hy a wholssah" toilor f orm of derision that t-no'.iL'ti wer-- f vl ,'llfiHl. renntnflnn fa t nr til en inAvnrth ton milch tO him tO Dermlt A onvcrted to save the mink. f him to tiikc advantage of an op portunity afforded hy jn unusual situ- A Htinn 'I bo rddtliu fi-,,, u l.i. h clothes an- made beaiinn this label f ol '!,. . oil. iiroeeeried lo the main entian.e wh.ie the party was re .I ; 'I and . ondiu toil to the nailery. ail: d strains of faintest, sweetest inn 's. ,es einliiiK from the lott hith up Croker Prevents a Struggle. f It was orienlv nnonneeil last n'i-lit I- s rf.v r.fr -w;..-. s :-,t'fn at the nlank miii it P.. foohf in t!:e I th" dome. The pall bearers . al l ied j High Art Clothing. Dt of a no at number, it w a.-, adopt without any opposition. "Moss" hard Croker is the man who pre 4 A never fiiil to c ome up to the hlnh standard dematided of them by their 'tied the stno'i'le When the ole tailors. f s annotira ed. St. Clair of West i 'PDia anw ami asked the niinoii- i members to meet with him and $10.00 Up. $ Top uoats Trom th" M inains into the retort loom, j pla. "d the eoflin on the tloor and i st. pinn back against th" wall, sur-'. .''l the locality. An oldonu loom ; al-.. ' :.".i:. te.'t and ;:r-,-t inii M. lofty ground tilass windows on j t . ' ,.. - . a w hite i in tain. I ' :tn!o-A i ; ' . I in the . enter ol the pari it ion w .. a ml direct ly opposite, fn'i I lai n. r. i - not unlike ,a ..et owns in ' i" o-. - il- w uli l:,. is- i . " :ri. I. .'..oi in. , ; lie 1 1 . 1 1 P at 1 1 s. n 'l ie ; ;!o. . - :, i p. led with i ,bb, i l't om tie ! . :' ,' o, the room . to a.r lie " "i -r. r : n i 1 oi: P.if-'c I'rvc ) i"' - i iniiiuiiiv lepuil. a;i rck. Iamm:.nv' ri'iiri'ii.Ti t -it i e in lommittee. arose and said 1 CHINA'S NEW OEMOCRATIC PA' I Business Suits from - S 5.00 Up. J Cutaway Suits from - $15.00 Up J J Frock Suits from - S15 .00 Up. $ ' ROSENTHALS PALACE "I it distil c t lv understood that I ; I not sinn a minority report. Croat New York js nmv ln f-ivoi-'of the ! !, 1 1; 'I" a . ol ' lis MONUMENT TO LIVINGSTONE. w h flritt.' ri.n... . i . . i - : I . i ' ' 1 p o 1 1 a ' ' 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 : l 1 1 ' I 1 : L" f tried to sham- it to no-et more! The African Explorer to Be Perpet- . , :-.,--, ,,,! I :i..n; tisely the views entertained l.v uated in Bronze. ' ! 1 ' " t n a 1 1 ,n '!: i i 1 . L-r. at Deadwood, S. I). : ! xtvn'i.tic ' roro. :.; ' be N.i: ' .. a - ttl Ka-i 1 '. : ll. 'hat dfmoerats of New York and the j I . ) K )N. July : Sp.- ml V. u d ' . a Im ..I lia t generally, but N.-w Yolk .Im-s . p,...,, ., ,., , v, ,, her.- '' th" ainval j N-' ' ant any i ontest in tin- innven- j .,, ti,,. nioiiih of the Z.im ! -i of tli- Astoiia ':: i '. i . are . and n,.- I ..... i ' ... . i . . i ,. I , . . . sf -1 : . t . I ol t ' : , I, I d m mm a h h mm -mm m mm m -mi . a v m u m m k v. i,h in in,, ,'m, lessen . i , inr the in, moriai ' i S ULRMLU MAMUA MA U A HI If w f the majority." ..i m, i,,,,,. the , el, d. rated Afri- opaid- "' n Mnt.t I t .. - , a i ni' 1 , 1 1 1 a i I ; . i, ii ,,il. I flL HITIuniUHIl I1H I BUI1HL DHI1IV aiS statement e wl . 1 .11. ..,... I ! .. I ..v ,t. ,..-. The I illl'l -Illillb Croke sJ- - - ' 'ill '. -- - ' .. , I' J " h w iJI . mi-is, ,,t a j JJ i.-mnu - '"' - , n i t,Trstv in i in 'Pi, an 11:11. Alt. ..ol.. .MI. nope, cai- 'and all efforts to make a- mi- Oeadwood, South Dakota. A DEPOSITORY FOR THE.... 'd. itv hatidsonp I . ... .... 1 t, ll.. ..'is lit t 1 1 ( i T t I T I T I V r I. , I 'It t2 report were abandoned forth- I & sJj ' 1. b..i,.-f and Miimount.-.l l.v a loss, w,, i ...... - - radius I will stand on th" spot wher" fonnerlv I n.t.-nii. nt- :- sn. I ' ; d -1 111 'I '.' I'O-s,!, I and the decision of the was announced as unanimous. Mill t. if ii: r, , I ;! if stood the ll"" a' th" foot of whn h stat"'l ' - ... i ,s 1, ,,, i,', la hi- w nil ;. AM) 'er Republicans Endorse Ticket. jcrrr,coTjiTTv npr "dlble alone I j 1 i 1 1 1 f s i - i, " " : faithful na'iv. follou-rs. ,n ls7::. 'I it -b""".' 'PI- ' x,,.. , ..1,1.-1 s of blackem-d bronze will i :f -'- ! ' ' '' "" Miver republicans, in their ' tegular national convontinn to Drafts and Letters of Credit endorsed liryan and Stevenson 1,.- iuibedd.-d in bio. ks of com ft" as , ta- r- ,s a ... o .. . , ,.u...l i.n.l w:ll b. , and ami !.:! an in,,,. 1 t.. ... 'v"'u' 1 ne has . 1 ni:i. t ! Iimis-!,, ..- 'h- most pp. ,,1- dmibtful ! . u.az' s and - " v v i . m ,,,ii ...... r o. - a e M'-ilit I convention of all " j Issued, Good in All Parts of the World. J n ill SPCif,r. ..; ...... . I ., :. . i.l. s of .lie I.OI.'l - -.u since .lUIV IK Mi; I, , , ,1 on tll" oppos,,. '" i' H to M. Stanl.-y is ' after a 1 .,11, Id" ti t 1 order at the Auditorium hy I obelisk ir Henry Ties Tow ne, chairman of the na- jni, r. st-d in th- worl 1 oin!, n -. : loiifus '.n " nion inienis .nd i ".'.-is'.. to s : win. h Cab. a:y is lal COI-I-ECTIOX7S 1 N.- aoPT. ' . -. 1 m fommittee. he 1 'tion of the silver n,.i.lirns -Sapho" Tonight. ,list:np.i-!.... H '"""' '"-" ' ""' Attended to Promntlv and Intellinpntl v , . . r- horsing the ticket nam...l iu eon. ! Tonifht th- H i- bn. r S. ttl" .om- emim ... . a v.- " -"'"r,ny f CT o & L IN I LY UIN inc. I - ' - - a Pwuliarly gigniflcant. 'it is ; pany 'iil l"'"s- th.- dramatization j world of V,- .,.,, t.-l .- obtained. Kidneys, Liver Kneral heliof , .u.. 1. i... s . .1. 1, . m t . .1 n.o I ..ph... ll.t.-k-ii l.-t" aid 'mi. 1- .. .000..- MONET FTTRITISIXED 'v, ouu m imi, uir mi I'uu'n 1 I . . ?nt gained omlen,. that ! The nliiv has n ." --! i jtu,- t-r-t "r oi..i"id:.,u kr.nll. I.nve- Iti.ad- st.-am and e,ec- To any extent warrantel btirrowers rami", r.r if ran tel TOWnp t a v 1 . .. . . .,, ll e .try and has ways ,,nd collaterals ,-,,ss and : ' i"-- !,.'her and 1 if any phiy : t no. a - i.uiuiuee 01 me popu- 1 t 11 e i.u t , n i- s . ... U Sioux falls for the vice presi- '.. . n th- ureaf-.-t -'' -7. wui rrr,j . . , , ,t.. .. and Bowels j MANSES THEYSTEM 1 .r-7 EFFECTUALLY protrude 1 1 s,,n . It, is t yon and ! "' ur.-l t i. -.muidw in lavor 01 iirn'aan "ul im- ,- ,,, 1 'ipied hy t trons ; Clusters ,,f 1 ui.hin;- ., .Ir-iliu aid I'"i'ii Bryan o..-- . . . -.-a: to which d -'''" di nomc. iii.".,i. 7nS" - - ;f5 Accounts Solicited and ? trade-men who-.- war ai peculiar if riot alwaj - ,-.'"t'- '!,- 1 appropriate to th" io- a:;-:- W.t'i th- ex. c prion , utiliHliilii: tf 1 an ta,.-- ' lilts 1,'iu : . vi-. ption. N'. iv Ym'K - svi.iou iU rwausas aoon- ... .. s... . Tt,D i j. . . ..iea to bring him hero to I ' the ... . vuutenuon has heen , ( ; p w.. p.,,, ndoned. Thi, t . .., ii- . : b.'St i of (Ir,-. i.wo..-; (. mo-' beautiful .r.-s.-ntation !, niet-ry :t. ' '' oa'--. -.nd a mpany will ; portion of I.-ith- r;i!i final rest- this season -in; pia.es are p!a,ri!y unpretentious J.... LIl ilULllOJ 11 ... I - ' ' , 'I ' GC: 'Df, fv;r Correspondence Invited. OVERCOMES - CM 1 ' . .VjsSTlPATION Our U.no-experience in the Iilack Hills :s at he f "BITUAL CO pERMANENTLY j J service of intemlin-r investors, lT5B!WtJGfr.,rrECTS.! l ffECTS.!j oi me or 1 -Her-- l v tm 1 1 ;,,. - .... 0 ls Bryan's personal rnre- l.o th. only PI"':":I i... "''" personal rpre- t I), adwood pl.,v poKesman in Kansas nt s. e.tm ta "WHALtri' ; SZHZCTORS i iere ol "' a .11..H "' ' .' , ,. . f.. :-Tiooie Price mr-mw ' I - - 1 . " 1 .. . .0' rt . ." o't , rw r.NiNf - MIMT 0 6y lo k and l"c. trda'. D.i. and frequently ulsLTacet ii m tneir evidences of m ele. t. dilapidation and decay. Around earn entrance are arrange'": a number of ram shackle buildings occupied by the beer-seller and caterer with here and there a florist or marble cutter. Infamous ki, W. E. ADAMS. JOHN TRSBER. 4 HARRIS FRAXEUN. Pres. BEN BAKU, Tic Ptm. 9 WU 8ELBIE. Caahler. Wm. 10. . 'OBlt I. PVIl.ja.te Mrs. F. A. Harmon returned to Chadron in Mr. tfarmons private car. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis accompanied her. nr. - - 'U.uoj' m$-m

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