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The Daily Pioneer-Times. tb vkai: DKADWOOD, S. J). ( IJLACK HILLS ), H ll I N 1--! . H;ISTI. li.nn. I I i: CL'.NTS. ;lii- w.-t i.'i.l Miuth ; tin' r. be!:.. u v. a-,o: In. I.'. ,. ii (1 union . iinwh. la a'.d WINGTON THE THE ALLIES ARE NEARING PEKIN SENATOR BUTLER HEARD FROM In i oii u i . t . ! I ,11 t In- m .in ni: of will not I ow to the will of the majori- ' an I 1 . 1 1 1 i i v. houisoevi i' til.' i"o ni lii 1 Ii ji 1 , i i,:.- - ! h. ! .-s ' . i. i. i n: i.n- th i, a ii a h.!!v at I 1 a : .'.ii 1 !. . I , -i.i : t- : - ; hat v .!' p. b. .i'h v .! in. I :l i i- mori' ' it tii. 1'. kin ligation-. ;lo Ih-.-si i a 1 1 a . k. .1 or thai I.i I':,,.: . n i mounted an i. . mi vv all.,. I le - a v - ' 1 "I I no w hu . -lit in t Ii. . 4at ion ' I". Hi.. ;i!ii.'i!.il ;nitlinr:t ! I-! ' .-! lit : II low ii .-tail f aa I lii-ni i.,t-d h;- -diouldei ' .in 1 1 1 1 1 1 hiii: in ! rs hiM. MILLIONAIRE DIES : ..i ii in n! t !n : I., i .i ii. h i . ' I I;.. i, i. I 1. -Jill:. ::.. i i, .in l- pI'W ! O au.i I'titi r ha ii I ll.- ,: a ' . i i4a I: row lit. i i i' I ) I . ill.' in. ! Mil pcilin, al . : 4U4emi-nts tor a - .-I. .' 11 I po lldy 1 i. n. .'ii o: .ii. Ii . al 'i.u u.r-j . , . , ., . i. ,1, ma,, hail a He Denies That He is for tHis Home in New Hampshire Another Message Received From Minister Conger With News, Y c s t e r c) a ' s Ball Games. cini'.i;n i Without Warning from Heart Failure. s s m a i Hull. Ann ' I - S v, I,,, . a i al a ... I 1 1 aa I -, 1 . 1 . 1 1 : a . t'i A ii,! a ii ill' i" i.i i' , a i i :' : m 'a ' h:L! .'ii i,' ' a : , !i ' .ii'' A a, i l 1 .ii. .-h. Ii. ham 1 An .in . ; ; 1 1 1 . I i ' l ro.. . i 1 . ii,.-: i ad. r tin-ni t in a i 1 1 .mi i . William NcKinley for President But Admits That He is Certainly Opposed , to Adlai. Which the Go-ver nment Officials Ifnericans siranoeu m ram Conclude Shall be Uh" ' ROOSEVELT COMING WEST. .1 il,'i.,.: ran : -. I .n j - I "I ,.,.v ll lid f ' l for Lack of Ocean Steamers. Private. " ' I ;i,-.. I i - ' : o . a ! . I . I 'l'h- . ; ii Ii. an p.. ! ha - Md -d th- d- ! ' n Va,' .- i I. a . In n . 1. a mi ( i i n i il.i I li.d Lrn i i We Pitsi.ie.u..H Candidate Will De i v. etc S'.-,;t' -r,l;ri and October t.j Campaigning. I I'ilM' Ml. I An- 1 I -p, ,- al A, v . -I il.n.. m iii" In ails nl' Hi.' i ir ii nal j , , , -( " i i ..I-, op. 1. 1 a.' t la "I- "I' "IT"' "in t I.IN'Cdl.N. a, !, , All p" la 14. ! 1 -p- i ..i , ' .lijll.iM. 'la' "-t' Mi I ,1,1 i i ; in lii ii t 1 1 i 1 1 a i i inn I .--i d ni'l Id oin l-ai , 1 1 1 1 1 i ll' ! 1 1 !,.! , map,.,;. .... .1 .-.abb ul his! fjlv v ai. : : , 1,11111.' Ill I II l . ' I l , ' I , Sni.th H iviny a Mean ' y t ill' ' 'i ' . ; . , l In- "I I'd ; I!.. I. ill " n I'arL i ai 111 I 11 I .od l l.bll ,:I i audi, bat- for a n,. :: her if t o lio.t ; d of m n ; : a ' tin n. s. ' bo was ' el ma lly ' lia k d w Hi, d islionora ble i,ii, dishorn--! i i mi in, r ial loiiiluct. is liein-; beard in ( i nn iial cmr t her. today. I'.otli city iin 1 state politicians of note a r- nun b inien - ted in th- otit-u'tii" and many of th-m aie in at-tendance at the hearim; The offenso consists of peiniittiiii; (4iain to bo s1 ipped out of eb vatois under his control as manager 'f the Chicago Lbviitor lompany, without cancelins the warehouse roe-ipf Involved. This is the technical term for chiwf inn the theft of bundr. ds of thousands of bushels oi in ain. t m,,ia. : ii . ii' in '"''I i .1,111.'. '. Ii 1 . ' 1 1 . .i inz ' In. i i Ii- alii.' - i i' h n i i n mil-- of l'-li,n A m - p-i at' i i 1 1 i, 1 :., : in m: n-nt i;n '--t h" i 'liiin si- -i .- lii to p. rint -nti ai" -I' I ' K : n. h i. li i-, not jirobabl-. I.; w.i- ni II 'I.- inn 1 1 I fcBIBttt.'li .'.iv.'-, m.'i a iinr,.:i.'.i Ijiuns a.i'S an. oi. .ii ' iii -ii. ii n i in poi t a a! 1 1 1 1 " .-a 4 e -a a , 1 1 i i i , , M li-ie toda;, limn Senator Unil-i . , Ii a 1 1 in a ll of Mi- populist national i oiiitnitt . in tho i ii i in i 1 1 ' - head iiiiaiteis. which arc in i liaise of Vie-( 'liairinan l-Ministoi). Senator llntler ib nies tho repoit. that ho has llopp. .1 over to the support of McKinl-y. but he furtively adds that he is opposed to Stevenson, ami that he favors the populist i oiiiinitt-o con vermin; ami famine a populist to take the place of Towne. II.. makes no threats in the niessaue. and does not sav that In- l.flU'llt ' "i, 1,1 ion t hat iii i 'I'll I v iii I : ad, op. niiiK ill- markets that looms may i, n f : rial, -s Ina1 , , ll i in In vs i.iimiio. t.aiiis lly and ships sail., niak-in- ',1'uii, i ii;i i ii I :t i ii i ii 14 iiiiiii". ami piy-mi; hone I t nil and Ame,u an .-i!i ih-hiht'si Moa s in tin- ln-t inom y in th- woi Id. Til- i-'ibiii:tn I'iiity stands for the in, p-i n. i 'Sin o: oppoi I ii ii 1 1 y . th- do-iiiinioi, of in ni-v-ineiit. th.' kingdom o' man'..' labor, r-ya! !' iiiiin-! a! i n. I ir loya! rv.ro. If ihis bo imp-rial ialsm. 1"! tin- neliiies of lb- republic make : he aio -1 of ii . The p ni v v. lii' b ( d I li- Ma' K man nax - w k ti lb- ,'. It . I , ' mail and .1. a k i a -1 1 ; i b III a "'. 'nan .!.. In" ':, i : a' - 1,-iiS (i ' , ' i 1 1 II- .l !! . a ' : 1 l ' 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 ' ' t ' mill I. t i, riled tl) I ll i' O today a ' li' a ion i-r-in c in 1 m , a-l Willi Siiialor llaiina. ullniiiiir liooso-v . It and o' h r I. a. I. i s. I In . a ln-painu tour planned lor Cov-mor Koo-ev.-it .ill I .at all ii'ioids I, i In-nl. mils of J 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a I campaign. im. From Labor ilav, wlnn (o'Veinor Roosevelt will make hi liij speech of the (ampaign iii Clii-jr-Ko. until S-p: I'll 1 1 -r. (, oin. -r nor . " s-vib w ill -p. ml bis time wo t of ', no Mississlp- . I . i All h- ni. mi h i .I' i I, ml) r w ill l.i' oi i ii pi I in h ai n i'ii ni' in iuninp; li. th" i-tale-i of Illinois, In lian i Mi, li-i-.-ili and di ;o. wilh tin- i'i I'j'i ii of a . . . ... i ii...,.,. i h j, f II. . .' . i ' i . I 1 1 1 111 I .i I , I . , . ,ii,ii I'.. :'i ' I. iiOSl i I ! ' ' Battleship Alabama. I'l 1 1 LA I iKI.I'l 1 1 A. Ann 14 Spe- ial. Th- n-w I'liit-d Stato- battlo-l. p Aliihai'na loft lb- ('ramps' shipyard to lay for h-r trial trip. Ex-Iii l is say sin.' is a ;ta imh fifilltillg ' it I I ii nd 1 li -I - is no doubt. I hat she w il -i ni'd i li- ri 1 1 u i i I'lii-nts in I" i nt oi' .po. d. which is to be an v-n- c Stranded in Pai is. i 1 ' d u i in.' a i nil of ' .;as in x i -t xn niiiiii 1 1 ' 1 1 Hie ;i', !' lid i an n ' 1 1 1 . t lt r . - t oiii; I a 'in mi u L i i K.I! CLEARING SALE-. ' lie 1, LH" SJSi-.- Hil,f - 46jAV f mmer ' 9 Suits J let 'o G ' e O J 'V.:. i . f. Ill 1'! I I"' I'"'.' . i I unn.l.t v .v. . .- n it-B ? I i t-; ; ' ll fmai i l.imt'iit In I . till i-ln I. 1 lei: ; .-Ti l t ... Sir a w Hats b'sf il'M, an ,:iMi"i f. ; j-'. ' '5 -itt&fy I U'-i ii : I ill- T'i : P ! wput.l; t:.L tj Lou i A 11. Kill' .. ky l.n fiaii t-tT .4- V r .,i -i i III 11 le- Ii i I III I ' . ei ! n III the lillli. 111.", the li oiicwhi'li In- said the allies would 1 f mmW" ---7 - v (ti - to l,e able to cur- for -intit bun H fori'iiai.'i - in I'ekiu and three j cisand native fhristians. Th- na ; t of the un ssa-ie aniiot be for. tint it i- . . ; tamlv not l-i.h v I 3C? -- ii' lb,- f : o n -n ninth an! v ' ' h . . : v advance i h- in -p!:. t -' o: -v il pi .! I. d ib- tall o M :-p".bb II .t t h- ri ;ml In hm 'a :n i. . 1 n -' ' 1 1 4 : h and ill . 1 ' ml ' In i - ill n; nan - li. v. nd 'i'h- ,. i- ; T , ! 1 !.-' i . ii lad - .i - . ,. . .i l And Ink" I !,., 1 St I 'a u I I 'iellet-l I "r. ss bf r- l.i . I 1 ' ' d-ni to 4 i e more - ' build. Iinile tl'i'll tl le Another Aguinaldo. 1 in i.. ' .. i , . In ii n i pOMHl.V. A .4. 1 I Spe, la Loid , " ' pirt i, ,,;, ,),,,, Kin li. m r and' A n I I " Ki'iMii; lo whi'ea wn!i . Squadron Leaves Maine Waters. ; ,., ,, nna e t , -k - t . i d.i ' I'OKTI.AM), -Me., Aim. .11. - special. , H Sil; n,,., , a iiy ui f a a 'i an .f ti . '.'I'll: I II Ktii, n .!' :i w ini; in on 1 1.-". t ' i - now I i 1,. ' at a ,i so t: d P I 5 ROSENTHALS PALACE 5 An Oma'ia Elopement. I N- ' ii- i I Spe, li- I i no v essels oi tile -noiiu .viianuc a ,,, MiUadion. n ii mi loiiimand oi AUuiiral ( Ka rip i ;i i , . on 1 1 n ued mi t In a r i I'll i so ' j . , , , I Ii i s iiiui'Miii: alter : inn ii, 1 n 4. in . p Ala ii- w;i'. r s in e An.: ..-I s The ,, ,, , ,,. , ; 1 i. : pa 1 inaii' ". v . i s of ' I ll" Siin c ,,, , : i :: - -ri a en i i a. . rr- :a .- - a pi. . i -i . . r "r'r Mil: i , i ,, ,,f ii,,. , ll ..- 0 Dead wood, S. I). '' ': ..', i. li. r i,i I !.. Mii 1 ',: l .:.-' , i a I . : ... si ..o.. -x. -t. -sx v In pes of carrviiur. Two or three d.ls ill the -111 lit Onlob.i will be s mil in New Vo:k and that small space of time will be all the - ,sl will see of Roosevelt during the campaign. ' If ni'l'l III' i ; oi)-. v . . t Will . i mie to ' hie 'U'o l. il'iir nay.' -ai l Mr lii ath. Ii'-iii ri.i'a o he will pisS thru V'.-. onsln. Vi'ii".'o' - NiirM, and 1 -1 . 1 ii 1 1 . . a .. '. ! ' ' i ii. I i i il, W'.i h in -a ni ' i: - i : n : i i b. U : in- I'o'i. ni. l.a'.sa-'. Neliras- ; i . ' v a , 1 1 ' I ' i ' , ' . 1 1 i 1 1 ' ; ill : i on I ., -I ,' 1 . a i.i" .' , 1 1 Will ... a .! by i . iv imp i; t to the - T I - ' " ill', e ' ' b'ili ml iin I- i n 1 l .i ni l .i. 1.-.I' r-i dv le ven't e ,n'o New Knglantl a i i 1. iv . i..-e: 4-in p m ti, ,- in ,. , j , I'a;-. Adiiii.ul Tarau'aar i.; . , i . i,. a;. .. im n a., i'O'-tibb . i - , rf JV. f: rfN S A .- rf JV A rfV J ,,-V . JT, V i-.V r 1 I i " . the II i '. . pyit-.!; w I . 1 v. . N'-vv- - ' to n . jOeiidn'ood, South O.iKot.i. A DEPOSITORY FOP THE faynrj u.r British'' Bonds. Ma-.f) GIT x , C0UX7TV am, STATE. I ',"il III . ,'. ' i : "I a -'aa! 114 nd alio: I ! : li t ''EW VnliK 1 ) . .S,:.i ial a,'(l ;i b.df millions in L.il-I an aSl fur siiijunoiit to Kurope to- 'ro. -v' York boiisbt 0( British bomls a few d 'vs a:;o rk are no w heinc naid for 4 out ll, I in all r would hav. t 11 I In d bin k I he I Jit . ,.. ,. .. , , ... . .... ! " ai ail. a a n y -t i . e. . i a n I aiose-v.lt's ppce li s vm,I e, m.nle iiiiin the rear platform -f his I'lilliiian and in that way he will be able tn mvir an iirusually large territory. In tho B)re populous parts of the c iiiniry he' will travel only in the day time hut while crossing the r western portions, where the bii? iawns are a long distance apart he will probably travel at night in order to save time." - TaAiifid. flnnd in All Pnrta nf f V, xr-iA w nt Hanna in Nebraska. T v-wwm MIA U WA VUV WW J 1 kk 1 rnT.T-PmTrtwo HlCAGO. Aug. H.-Specal-arnan Lindsay of the Nebiaska Antral committee, is here at headquarters. He says Ne ! republicans want Hanna has iPthat tsate, claiming Hanna has j Attended to Promptly and Intelligently J M F'TT"n TTTC3TT TT.T! Bla ud as an nern or bev ' mi i o I'l.piess ami inn o ine 'ii iiui knell of human lib-r'y -v e w here. Hut rio liberty and union 1 1 iupaphed. The severed country united, it commenced to g-uw Railw ays w ei e puslK'd to the sunset. Alaska became ours; Hawaii beged for adoption and we took her in; Guam joined the procession; the Philippines, just awake to the fa t that one American promise is worth more than sixteen Spanish bonds, sees the star of hope rising, looki for peace, prosperity and regeneration under the tertign influence of Atfnerican schools. American com-nere, American laws, and American justice. If this be imperialism let the democrats make the mot of it. 1 enO'.Itrh Tho Vohi-oalia ru. i ni f l i .. 1 1 sm. L . p a iu j n . i. i!i e "ir v. vshi.v; I', i.y ii. ' a i i .- "' in I. .Mm .- I In, li li t., . i , i . V i .1 11 . 1 e f I le.-l i II V Was lb" V- volil of AtipTH .til ploi4""'s i;. ; i, si'. ll Aas in th- all . and in la ' a th- v-ry breaih of the Ameii' in p-o plc From thai day to tin. 'piii sion has animated most ot our or i 4iessive statesiiien, and we i:iilit iis well attempt m stop the flow of ine Niagara, a,s to try to stop the gr jv th, grandeur and mighty forio-s of America. In American veins ti ws the masterful blood of hist.-irv English, Scotch, Irish, German, l- ten h. and Scandinavian, nation builders all rugged as the heathd-covei ed granite hills of the Highlands prntle as the green avles of Killarm y. dominant on land as are the English on the sea. and with a love tor nat.ve land as strong, deep and las-tim: as the German affection for the Kather-from the moment the Pilgrim fathers lended at Plymouth to the bright May Cay when Dewey humbled the tiar of Spain in Manila bay when Americans have not been the missionaries of liberty. The Revolutionary war was for liberty and expansion on land; the war of 1812 was for liberty and cxpansim Six-Masted Schooner Launched. CAMDEN. Me.. Auk. 1 4. Special This has been made a historical day foi Camden. This forenoon the first and only six-masted schooner ever ttctllg Wan. .1. i. . 4 Tp an- extent warrantee! by borrowers names or' 2 collaterals. ? i ee that he "can do more 04 the stump than anyone else. Bad Luck for Wnnllu Accounts Solicited rind ICAGO. Ills uii,n n ' sr I m. "f- the virohibition candidate for vurrespanoence inviiea. rutal Work of Boxers. Ang. 14. Special. A prl- Our long experience in the Black Hills is at he service of intending investors. built was launched from tbe shipyard of H. M. Bean of this city. Thousands of people watched the proceedings, which were' uninterrupted by mlphap. The schooner has been christened George W. Wells, and her dimensions are as follows: Keel, 302 feet 11 inches; beam, 48 feet 6 inches; depth of hold, 23 feet. A four-foot poop deck will extend forward to tbe fourth hatch. The length of the lower masts 119 feet, topmast 58 feet, jibboom 75 feet, driver boom 72 feet . t rrom nen Tsin srvs that -""eutenant Frieaerich, who Hh tine BIYM1 Till Tiun Tcln woe tlivn V T . . . , uj ouien ana aecapi- DIRECTORS Republican Club Meeting. There will li a mfH'ting of the Republican club, Thursday evening, August 16, at the City hall at 8 o'clock. All members am requests, together with all others who desire to become members to be present. W. J. THORNBY. President. H, A. CABLE. Secretary. W. R ADAMS IOITM TRBmiC Vew ii..j 4 HARRIS FRANKUN, Pre. BEN BAKR, Vice Pirn I WiL SEXBIE, Cashier. ft ftrv wwwvpvyvy V' The Tessel is built of yellow pine and on land and on the sea; the Mexican aaj-f J w 'or liberty and expansion to ier . sere aauy denies

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