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September 13, 1900

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 9

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. ' FHE ,Y PlONEER-TlMES. 1 I : i j w !, s. D. , in.Ai K mills i.Tlirush.w. s i ; i'T I : M i: i : i : i.:. YEAK- i ' i i : i'i:xi National news !the boer war the city schools martial law a hot time ! r.-l J All FROM GALVESTUN NtARLY ENDED GREATER NEW YORK AT GALVESTON AT KEYSTONE Loss of i-ife is Now Boss Choker Defeats Hill and Nearly Half a Million of School Fifty Men Have Been Shot for The Democrats ami Pops Estimated at Ten Names the State Children, in the Metrop- Robbing the Dead of Hold a County Con- Thousand. Ticket. . olis. Jewelry. ventton. Stories of Robbery Extensive Steel and Wire Mill An Interesting Letter from Our A Burlington Passenger Train Then Follows a Wrangle That rible is Robbed in Western Nebraska. to be Reopened Sept. 24th. Specia Correspondent in the City. May Break Up The Combine. and Murder ara Reported. i : r . v .a! I.. - ' . . .a. : '' - : : , ,a i ;.i K . - I , hi , .- h i ! -I , l 1 , i ai ::: ' - ; a a' !, ., Hi ;ii i, . a .,; - tl,- , i ' a t ir a i - i t . i : . . i . !).!. 1 i,: : iV.li' . .1 I, ,-! Rooieve t i S : .. a D . r I I a. -; a ; !.. al',. hi. a 1 1 - a 1 ii a n. r !.'- v. a I ..'J:.rJtf'A yfyJ vi It:, 1'i'i'iil'l ai l..: iti .itt-l l:.. ...... i;t -I- . all .-ITo! I - tu linn I! .1 r; .1 III ' . ' . -. Il l ' . ' t I I . I --intath .-- T: - an-1 .Inlm HELD i p T,tZ 3L RLINCTON. Pa ai.ijr-r Gat , T a Tvi S'e-aa.-'s m VV -or N iv ask i. i' n : ' i i' : s .- . . .: ' a. a I I . I, I. I. II , i i . - 1 , . . . i i , i , . 1 1 1 i i a , i , i ' . ... - ni . .1' i . ..',. 'in-!., in.i ii a Ii 1 1 a 1 1 1 l , . 1 1 v a. ' 1 i . . 1 1 1 , 1 1 - - i . l ! i .- - ' . , hi 'I Ii- Ii , -', a ., mm :". t . . r r 1 1 . - l ." a , i, " I'll 1 1 i'i- .-it .1. ' h. ii '' a., a I mn '! l : ,i, n ., i , 1 1 - a I ' 1 1, . 1 1 . , I ,. n-i -i ' ''- - ' a ' . a.) I -an. I .h.l'iu - i . a a i I f . ' I I, . - .a' n r. i- i ,,!'- , ! in ; ,, ''' '' 'I I"'- 1 - ai la w .ii i : , a , ' '. ' . 'a ! 1 1 1, . I I,, , Pa-. . . ' hail I, - h II 1 1 . . I ! I I If !. laal a':' a. . -I a pi : . a , - la a I. now a Pl-j.-.v II. n: v Sim' Phlladolphta. Pn., t:ny I'.th, 1900. Tt, tflfj. to' cert ; rv n-.t .i-. ti. .. n I w w-.i. j.Diaun , omiuny r.ao maje ir.y t t.ataor.t.ha net twanty years ur.d tMea hava ulwa.i clv.n LorTort ! ii : t'. ii - ri.n! 1 1NV attefactloti. ; iiii;.' Sal., v. Jul. ii I (- ! I Jihn--n : p: i . i l; i' , .i n- a-- uf .1.-. II ttT..'.'Ii' of h i?: .h-tiff. .1 i n!. Dr On.-: . A CANDID STATEMENT I KOM MR. MARTIN. TO THE PIONEER TI'.'LS i.'y attention 'ms br.-n c.i led to . n .at-aa in the L-ic; City C.i I cf A... (j . .t L'J-.ri. in .vn h it is state ;i teat . -a e.ttt-c ' o" fu.- -Iibc- u-nor-s A...t.) upii c in '89 5. ai'J ?' I 'ti.u:: tin i tne fu. !... statemci.t : Your scale of wyts is toj m-jh! Vcu rrt bimd tv your own inte-- ;:s. If , ou l-.eep ; c.;r r.inc's c'l am le: us reduce w.iy es to ).7i per day. there will be more a'-. f: twice os m.tn y iren. $ ! .7-j is cnoi-Kjh for any work i n'jtna ii to receive." ancl, in a Liter e a i ' i of t!i.k s.ime paper I notice the followirty scn-tence has oeen added to the forejom: same paper I iiot.c; tne following sentence Kii been adaed to the forerjouiy : "About the only difference would be. that they would not have 3j in hiTiun- to threw over the bar for whiskey ! " Most of the campaign stcnes tnat emanate from the councils of that paper are so gross and improbable r,s nut to deceive anyone, whethei personally acquainted w.th me or not. This article, however, charyes me di-i.ctly with making a certain statement upon an important subject, and members of labor unions are entitled to know the truth about it. I never made any such sta'eni.-r.t to a committee, or to anyone, at the time stated, or at any time. ..I never entertained views of the kinrl at'nouted to me m tnat article. .. During the past twenty years I have et"pioed numerous miners in. I think, every year, and have always been g t:l to pay the full m n-ers wages. .It has always been my custom to pay f-tl da.s' wages for the time of laboring men subpoenaed as witnesses, uu.te.iu cf the insignificant ajlowance made m the statute. It ,s gieatly to the cied.t . f the Black Hills country, that the wages of the laboring men have Leen irpt so high, and I sincerely hope they may never be reduced. The ither statements cf the aiticie lelerreci to are josi.rd a-vi ;,i I k-W.se wholly false. Very Tru ). EBEN W. MARTIN Clear Lake. Deuel Co.. S. D.. Sept. tti. '-'00. lr.tr I'lrilllli-- : I', t.-r i;... i.i: .m x ;. Ii : -up I'f.f. W.i K.i'V.t !.'T : "I- ir l-M I'.i ! in- r : - lii-' .li-t:i-. a -Mat. (.- V - I. .lV..r.) a- . l,..H.-n rllilll ;,'".l . Ml . Til ! : f . - ii' will ii i- .... -It tii'-'t ni'j Hiiiw.ti. '11. : Col. Cody and the members of his famous troupe insist upon having ' tu v; a, mi III -..n main lit 1 I ? in uf tho n- . a Metson." There is nothing like them. We are now offering a full assortment of staple .soft hats and new of il,- ,p !... .-. nv.T fni' i h- I; I'trvniv effects In tourist shapes. E, E.ir.'inij? cf the Smelters. i';i: t: rrr. v .1 s, pt. ,.,..! 1 I i. aril: 'la I m. 1 a a 1 .: -;,. Ala, 1 a all Sua ; aia a la! IP , a . up. ! ,il".' i ''.! I: ' ' 1 ,l'l j ' 11 I ' 1 ' i 1 1 1 1 I n 'I'.- a 1. .a .- tl,. a . ,1 . u . n. i , Il 'a" l , l ' "a a ' a a ; , , , a, , , a , '" " " hi. 'i i- i t i i . I : t tu pa v I I Pall Ii . 1 , lit c, I Ii- . ,,),. ir. hi a ' v In- . ; , r 7 - r .-at on I,- pi'.l. ' i . -1 !' i ' !.. ,i, : , ai am ,,-' 'Ii,' - i iiiiIm in . h a. . - - .an ' -1 , i - -, ! a i -i -!! :.l- I I-: ' a a. P., ... v - !, ' K.-.-i, ila- - i. 'a- a, !.. I-. .... a-'rl.. ' 1 1 ' i -1 - it ' 'a - , I 'a I , - i ; ,i i ., I,. I PALL S'l'Y'L'SS JUST RECEIVED IN New Stetson's and New Gotham s VVC ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF The Str i-e Situation. S'rmwi'i ): , s, pt j irial - Ir.--i.- MP, la 11 of the tp. Miii.. V,.. : . - . : -r. ! :...!;. n ('hii.iL'D ...i. - -m a Mri. be aniliM. j. . i i moaa j.t.iv ps;....-",-!. Awful Conditions. AU.AX T.-: S. .i 1.' iul f; urn ' -'. .;, Fine Made -To-OrJcr Suits This Tali, ROSENTH AL'S PA LACE. Dcadwoo i S. I). Reopen Their Mills. wi ii;i:-. i. in. i s-a i i.' si-.i 'I I l,a -II; :-! I , a ! V an pa i, il ' . i I ' I:'1- i " i - a -. v II- ! I - S- -a a I , "Hi, T, y , , n ,!,,,-! - a. i ' i . 'i i i .!' t a . -a r i.- -:l -..I.Kli el n Wa-.-, : ii ' I',' .pi,' ar,' ill a i a i aia! - nr. a'-la .1111111 'cioi k x-n -badly n re f"(ii.. 1 i -a,,,-' -.'on.. in .; n, !!,, pla ! 1 1 1 a , i a in. m m la mi i a a. an-, tti Ir al III.- .-la! i, am!. Ki ! ' ' H apl" i.u iu nf hi-, n i'. a',' ; la i..f sp -ii. SlfHX KM.I.S. Y!i i- Ki ii . 1 I' u ' 5i-yan Will Canvas Kentucky. ilCAGli. s. it l.-Si.-.;al. II. v as asrr(i..l in m ,:... , .,... l ai.i a. l a l -! II; ;j ! a-, 'l ,i , . i I ' 1 1 . l 1 ! . a ! . II- - w II 1 1 a 1 1 I , '.. 7 nil , a- .,: ! ,i. 1, : -Si i ' i ta; i in i - I . '.,. ,l!t 'II I hi in: ! "a thn, Kent Kv i.tw,.,.n O. tol r . K,,,a '" " ,! i i-.tii. ii- WiM !. ;,v,. Ki.ri ; -i'"''; -IV" !!" u-; He. ln.i amliilat.. a lifii:t wn. .. m.ira! It tl- l Tim r -tin - i' i n in - -T-i i Oeadvood, South Dakota. .A DEPOSITORY FOR THE.. i,- til.- nr. a SP...-!;; -t C,,ln,lw ,n,I T,,. I'! ''''' i-idii fi.r tin- ma:-if.-t.ts.:i or mon- H"1 will an jVi. at St. l.oui Sat- II t h is.- i;i - in fn tl: ' I ' -I 'h' f noon tn a,' ii, . a i ohm ntimi uf ' ' CIT, COUNTY an,. STATE. 1,. . ii Kl!"V ll Mia i !. :- i I , 1 -i a...., m , i.-1 v , i -. , , w !,, i la -..1-1.1, - In a il ; :.! .Iiu- arv ' h . ... ! 1,1 'la mhi'i'-l: I,i in,! aa i hi..!- -.n I.. . ii I., St. - w. : Author of -Old Black Joe " Cimiikh 1 :mi-. . It ' - :;.,n mala- a TTSBrRf;. Pa., sopt V .-lotp will l- Hi- '. nt. r f uaih. i.n- UBN-ntto St., ,'! ( Kost-r" tli.. lor p.i.p!.. t'liuii iitil.- '''! " ,!" 5Pr. v ..,., , . in,,!,!.,,, i ti w ll- !,;n.- a i'iia '. 1" "' Drafts and Letters of Credit luued. Gocd u All Part3 of the World 1 1 ; a this t lirir . nt h n.-ia la in in 'it.v. toilay. Thr y-a ...... y il u . i ;'.j ! nf pupii - ' aa' ' 0e Pittsburc prV-ss call,-,! att. - ' aial :n .nl.. a .t,' aia! '!,.' v. i : f trait i i a '. I , n:. i . .1 int. i i!i.-a ' '..a aia! . i .ii'-m-nt of tl-.r- vai i-u ! l.uiMii. - I"""'" 1 ilat ion. a 'u.r.ila nf ':-!. t .,.-".' i.i .irr..s.- . -pa. ;.! p'... :n.Mi.! an.i 10 th- f;l, t that rho rompoppr f Sinax Kail-- !ia - .-nAas-l th- l.-nn.v ' OH Folk, at Ho.ro " "V,v f),l '.', K' ' Kafa l-a.t.N an I Culmi-l a Horn-." "Massa's in tl- ' '''os ilnm i: ih'a an nuin h- fold Gro-.in.l " - O,) Tila-V loi- " i"1-' 1 I ah- f'.iri " ' ' ''iniiitiv scorp or mnro nf ,..i., i... .v ! will Li- in hi. . ' a I'll- -air.ia:-r v f C p. i f.-. i ly i ipi i an il part - bfen fan.iiin. , - i . ...... ,mi;!-v --ron h- i" room- COLLECTIOITS Attended to Promptly and Intelligently MONEY FUIHSriSHSD Tf any c.x'c'nt u .'c t atitt !v Imht'iv oi't nartu -- (: iMl!a:.i',ii a.cenfirv. was a native of Si.-.t.a, Friiiay tt'-r-no.... h-i - , r-at. r -t,..p- ...matrl t ; 1 n b haviDK bn ln Law Jtl... nan. Hi -n.a n for tin- uAr. Uuc. ,l - lnlS2fi. Foster .-pent mot -.it-,. i:i ! I.-i::.n .'", "f -'--.iV lu... St'-am :r.r;:;:::.vr,.' - . ....,.. n.. ...v.-ti ,.,,l-,'-v hcn.l t!i- max-i'tmn limit Accounts Solicited and Co ondencc Invited. J ;ciWar Veterans. ! ' . . , iJ.it war veterans, of whom "-"oua, ui -nuni Black IIill-s at Our lnr t xji.'i ; . ' n-rvice of intonilitiLr i:iv h ! tTe ftni broker uercats nm. ""-S enrZ 'eft; fe h0,din? ' SARATOGA. X. V S. Pt Sf..- n, enrampment in this citv . , ,u r. . . ,,,,,,,, i.,, ii!al!nembershiP of e asso- The Crok-r ami ..I.: ih - Aasflcz.vn:;- xr-tfomprk Cleanser the System Gen;lv nr. i il I f c c t u .1 1 1 v when 'alia as or c i t i . PJVYJJ' . ,.'-'.' : , .-! ir. 1 1-y "i -. f o' .a-;.V Ji:totn to at.: ?: t Li-nr ticjuity. TO GET ITS DENEFiClAL EFFECTS , BUY THE GENUINE MANFD. BY , CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO. SAN FRiNC.SCO, Ct. IOUISVIUE . ICY l WK. N Y for se tr drufpsn - fritr SO err tarrlr. -at..! in ever h "!. Th- n't ' many school- f. r T 1 1 - .1 .-n. fit .a' - . ! ar- rompelb-.l to labor Vn nt ' lay. and tV-- ar.. larir.-lv a;;. ml. i While Ui- co'or lin- is K-a!"y .!-. wt t i not arbitrarily s-i for in every school Jiouc that I have v,-it-l I have notice! a fa.r sprinkling of pickaninnies minglinc with the other and apparently in no way o?tra. i-ed. In certain lo-alftieB I ob'serve sihools exclusively for colored children at - trft ' an" abut 200 of l,on rompiti-i t.mwi..,. s th-Pr8ent at this gatherrng. state democratic convention Tb- j encamDmp-f sVi.i i- rt,t, f,.L-Q nn nnmeil wtlh John W. E. ADAMS. JOHN TREBER. irt Business Men's clntrfBr-Stanchfleld for governor. Villiam ' HARRIS FRANKLIN. Pres. BEN BAER, Vice Pres. A etetto. v 16 recePUon to the nchin7StmAt Mexicans ot-L''fcrce in 1846 and WiL SELBIE, Cashier. , J S. Mackey. lieutenant governor, run and his candidate. Coler. were defeated easily. Chairman Raine s speech denounced trusts and inrperiali?m. 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