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FRIDVV. .Il l.y ,.. . Tiir ir nnrnnn ninvcrn -a'im.: l,'in,i '" "li'r.myite, .).. nous, so far as the cum,-,- sov.-i.- lUh DeAUWUUJJ rlUINhfcK at kapm ; a. th.-realbe.tv mm. i., .onr,m.-.l. b.-tm Bo ins', So it is thai tin- ! iilon man is . mil ;'-:is air! the iv-i. it- chance ot ESTABLISHED JUNE 8, 1874. to r.-u-w Ii iliru .I.-mtUoiis from i n ut .it all -n oiiiiuiiiu'. I ' He- Minks ol popuj j -.in an. I a n ut t .-r a i, ih.-nidcne iliat it lias la-en jirart THE BLACK HILLS TIMES ...!...? i,m, ,,, - r- Man..- ot . ntlr:-!,i-iii .and 01, n . at 1 T . in ulrii T j - latter w. ESTABLISHED APRIL 7. 1877. .,tu;ui: Hi- .' -a ;d-i .ll..-i who . viii x u - 'ak .... . ai n ::.- i.it.i:!m I.: w.M , ... '' ' " : ' n'l.iry i- CONSOLIDATED MAY 13. 1897. . . , ,,.., PIONtt'f-ri'.itj Hi.LLriHlNj ' ' '' Geo. V. Ayrcs & Co. Ayres & Wardman Hardware L, inrany. iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii '" L. ;-'.LJ. THE IMiLY IMOXEEJt-TIMKS, DE. I ;OJJ. 8. U Hardware and Alining Supplies.. v. -- lli:illlllllllllllli;illli,;ih'i!ii.. . .'Iain :s t . Deadw. s. ) i TV ' '.hi mii FE: CL'SCH. !i An The Yin r n i h - 9. P V' J S I l ii I ri i 'i i. DEAD WOOD, SOUTH C A in i. y. . i 1 .' I. Ml! V. .' : !' i : !. ! t!r l.iw- lna joi it v United States )va- i O . C :rtl Jr. A'-.-i wMmm O. J 8LISRIRY DIRECTORS: T. j. ORIER. ' P. F-. SI' n. A. McrHEHON OFFICERS: Pre6ldent O. J. 8ALISBURY I Chier.... Vice-President T. J.QRIKR Assist. C.ishh ; .o ; m h i a 1 1. . aoiaoii .- ..i .. i1. In ,l ,1.-1 1 1 . 1 11 i; i ' of politi.a1 s. n! mi. nt u hi.h 111.' raisn s. sli t 111 1 , 1 1 1 til.' .Is-ti I ' 1 1 i o i ) riia ulai r.l ; t h fi'P men ami fartm-i it 111 stork : 1 1 : 1 V I pni.iiT'i ami have deserted the pop mratir tanks. Sto k snm its havo seen the prices of their products ail vanre steadily: the tanners have had iviiih markets and hiuh prices and these citizens, who are numerous, are thru with the vagaries of the calamity party. And again. Hoss Pettierew has hail his hands full in krepinir thebovs In line, ami evidently has not due up as lie promised that miseuidod publisher he would. Four years nco when Mr. Tiryan vis-- Ited the Tilack Hills, h iti'Muwfii m reckles prophecies upon his susrepti bin disciples. We are informed that nt Rapid City he told them that if Mr McKinley was elected, wheat would go down to 23 cents a bushel, and advised the farmers to sell for whatever they could pet. Some of them did. Everybody did so. Everybordy knows the result. Wheat advanced steadily and sold for two and three times as much as Bryan's victims received. They have opened their eyes, since then, to the fact that Mr. Bryan and his whole bag of tricks are a humbug." Can these men be "persuaded" again T Mr' Bryan or his parrot, the Union. Not If they know themselves. Tb.6 Union Is now a seven-column paper with about three or tour column of 1It matter, and really thta display more life than there ! In the .:.-! - -. , -.. Mm.: 1 i m -! i ' l,a , n l: vidian ' he land will i ". rive t h .1 . Hlnrli IlilK i leet OI'S t tin present time tl Ctllled States has more war-ship tonnage !;,. b-i- ron s 1 1 ii i t i o u than ever before mi the history of the country in the tun. of peace. The new vessels buildilii: m authorized include seventy of all classes, twelve of which are battle ships si armored cruisers, nine proto( t. -i ':ni--"is four monitors, sixteen tn pr.i boat .' st rovers fifteen forp. !(. boats s.ven sulen.ii i ne heat-: and . ; : . lake pnnboat. It is certain that a. tiaw will not be neCl,., ted, ruder ,p. i' pi'ldj, hi administration. Hon .1 Steiline Morton, Cleveland':. se ratary of atrri( ultnre. who is on" of the most robustly democrats of all the Iiemocrats of the country, says liryau wjll be beaten worse in l!nn I than he was in isrir,. ,and deserves to) be beaten worse. Repudiation this! year certainly is as objectionable to the country as it was four years ago. but repudiation is only one phase of Bryanism now. Flajj furling, the abandonment of American citizens in China, and a policy of genera' embe-cility and cowardice are involved in the Bryanism of 1900. Thus Bryan is much more hostile to Americanism in 1900 than he was In 1896, and stands an exceedingly good chance to get hit harder by the American people. 1 1 ,,ii -lp n i ,i i , 1. K: i. i !''! and he la. nlv !.- not I .a i i ( ioilk.n . and the men the most dan in mi . . I i i M ' McKinl. him an Willi e William .iirroiitiil that w lio Kermis set of scoundrels by c i I li.d count ry was e Senator Hear will ml e foi w hi. h any r beset " M.-Kinlev and Roosevelt Meanwhile Col. ltiati ouht to e-idaiii ill some of his (omini; (nations why it was that lie worked, for the rat i lit at ion of the treaty of WjrU and cot seventeen senators of Ins party to vote tor it. w nose otes i arried the rr-.i t with expansion and sovereiirnty of the I'niled Stat. ; over the Philippine ar.hipidaco. CHINESE DIPLOMACY. Conririaation of the original reports decli'iin that the foreigners in Pekin-includins the representatives of the various governments, have all been killed by the Chinese only leaves the situation as it was cu;pcsed several days ago, cept for one circumstance. The pretended or actual receipt of dispatches by the Chinese minister direct from Pekin at a time when no other means of communication with the city were possible, would seem to indicate that the Chinese government has been constantly cogniiant of the real state of affairs, and for reasons of Its own has deemed It prudent or expedient to trifle with the credulity of other na- J. L. MARCOUX'S .if.-Hl'fi . ihrri10 . New Undertaking Parlors No. 20 Lee Street. Are the Ncateet and most comnKu All Embalming- done ly an ;-'' Only Funeral Car in the Black Hills- Calls answered promptly Day or Night. 1 I saswasssaKS!