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VOLUME 1. NUMBER 59.
O SHOO O KIL SPECIFIC ORDERS ISSUED TO THE TROOPS AT RICH- MOND, VA. STRIKERS AR E H^ID I N CHEC CARS ARE RUN UNDER STRONG GUARD OF ARMED MILITIAMEN. CITY IS WEB MARTIAL LAW ARRESTS MADE ON SLIGHTEST PROVOCATION SMALL OUTBREAKS. Richmond, Va June 27. Street cars were run on three of he city lines yesterday afternoon and last night without serious molestation. On each car were four, six or eight militiamen, with rifles loaded and bayonets fixed. Stro ng guards of militiamen were on duty during the day at all the offices LA6 car barns in Henrico county. Stringent orde rs were issued by the authorities yes terday with the object of maintaining order. Women and children were asked to rema in at home as far as possible, and the troops were specifi cally directed to shoot promptly and to kill is necessary to prevent aestrtic tion of property or peril to life or limb. Arrests were made on he slightest provocation, and altogether what is nearly martial law is 14 force. There were some slight' outbreaks. A volley was fcretx over tue heads of a riotous crowd by a squad of trops on a car, but at 10 o'clock the cars were running over the whole extent of several lines and no rioting of any consequence has been reported. Fired on From Ambush. TlTCt 1 before mining ambush 01i: ide I h_e city opened fire on motorma a and tv 1 slight 1 office? HiMlded. Seven Pine's ii is in :'i mes, ha'\ alleged, by strik Ml \U it/ \\i \U \ti yd ib ill \ti Ml \li Ji \il il/ (1/ \U \ii ll li/ \tl III Hi it/ &> Ml )l Ml M* Mi Mi ill \l Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi it/ Mi \ti \t Mi Mi Mi Mi l/ Mi Mi \W Mi Mi 11/ Mi Ml 0/ 0/ MJ \it v/ uie men irgits of the ears. A idlers' were ,:,ei eoiiuty 01 l' fired, it is MEXICAN PEON A CROESUS- Has $6b,GCC,0Cb in Gc Id and Ba"rs at His Mi i.e sad iJoA'y Sell. Pare!, Jites,, June z'l.The pb.e110.1n: enal' richn ?ss of the Palei dlie mine, which was discoveri about tin ars ago by Pod ro Alvarado^ a :eau peon, is attracting aTteTntion. He still GAVBS the Palemille and is prob ably one of he K-ealthies-j a in the world, as the p'ropertv is be-lievv.j to Eave Troughing Tin Roofing QUIET AT WILMINGTON. A KENTUCKY ARREST. One Deputy Marshal and the Man Wanted Are Killed. Olive Hill, Ky., June 27. Deputy Marshal Gils Hall, while approaching Everett Baity with a warrant for his arrest yesterday, was shot and in stantly killed by Baity, who was armed with a shotgun. Marshal Lewis White was called to the scene ..and shot and killed Baity instantly. It is said Baity was loading his gun, pre paratory to shooting White. DEFEAT FOR TILLMAN. Gonzales Case Will Be Heard in Lex ington County, Columbia, S. June 27. Judge Townsen.l yesterday announced that the trial of Jafues II. Tillman, charged with -the murder of N. G. Gonzales, would be heard in Lexington county. The next term of court there will con vene the third week in September, Judge Gage presiding. Saluda was the county to which the...cLeeiise want ed the case moved. Trolley Cars Armed. Portland Or. June 27 .Owing to iar nu nbfr suburljan trolley ITS \-:h\r-h have iiald up recently (i the ti.. inh of it ie re- vi ic.i the men. ver i Woo or Coal Furnaces Steam Fittings Bike Repairing Repairing of all Kinds Pumps and Wa ter Pipes Our Specialty. "PHONE 225. iiiiia. be tne ncnest mine in the world. The American Smelting ,nd Refining com pany has just made an unsuccessful effort to open negotiations with Alva rado to purchase his mine. At the i _..-. Palemille mine he has a steel cage in? PRESIDENT nooSEVPLT DECIDES which are bars of gold and silver esLi-| TO FORWARD PETITION mated-to be worth $60,0.00,000. 'i Wa i.:' ''i" and Railway con pany has arnTetl all of its con ductors atid motormen with rev'efflvers^ .One iviiied ar.d i- ft Excitement Following the Lynching BRAVES TtM WRATH Of RUSSIA Has Disappeared. Wilmington, Del/, June '21.The ex citement and disorder following the DECISION THE PRESIDENT lynching of George F. White for the IADSES CRTSURPRIS E murder of Miss Helen Bishop has en- CA tirely disappeared, and Wilmington I.N OFFICIAL CIRCLES. and surrounding country is now cmiet. I The police force, which has been called upon frequently during the last i .cntm A THF f.DFAT RFAR few days to disperse crowds and put NOT AlRAID 0E THE GRi Al DtAL down incipient riots, had little to do yesterday. No arres ts were made and the police gave no intimation that any SLAP AT RUSSIA OWING TO HER would occur. ATTITUDE IN MANCHUR- ive injured. Franklin. Pa., June 27. The false structure of a brici to wltil i. is build- 3 iug over the Allegheny rivcir collsipsed yesterday, killing harli Walton and severely injuring !ivij other work- VAN SANT IS APPLAUDED. South DaTRbta Vetlhr, 1 Vs!corns Him Lvo ii ev We work day oi night. W can do any thing with a stove. No one could appreciate Your patronage better than wo. Xo one will give yon more attention or can give, more satisfaction. When yon throw a dollar at us you know you have a string on it. ho. O A, tt., who received Relief eli cte_cl of- pie C-S-5--3 -5" *5-5-e--5-e-J5- 5^ fi n\ ffi n\ ll ff\ 'a t. i\ ST O WAR Qp TH E JEWS 1 LKk -^A I IAN AFFAIR. Washington, June 27.A groat deal of surprise was caused in uf.rial cir cles when it became known hat Pres ident Roosevelt had decided to send to the Russian government the peti tion addressed to the czar which was handed to Mr. Roosevelt by the com mittee of the 3'nai B'rith and the United Hebrew congregations when they called upon him on June 15 to make representations against the Kishineff massacre. This petition reviewed the treat ment of the Jews in Russia and askiMl he czar to ameliera^ their condition The president's dec.uon* was ..made known by Secretary Hay in letters to Leo N. Levi of New York, president of the B'nai B'rith. and Simon Wolf Washington, representi ng the United Hebrew congregations. At the regular cabinet meeting- on Tuesday the president informed his entian to s't ml advisors 01 ins Jewish petition members of the In 1: 1..j c/.ar. i"t iv. i-e told 1 I the was as.c rtaine t-hn! wresirl on H R' r if\ n 'P red T'"' 'M pOP: 'f 1 f 'ft in 'ft 'ft tft 1 ift 'f 1 ^ttf^^^tfrtt^ttf KIL. THE BILI Legislature Defeats i/ieasure for Large General Appropriation. p' Kan._, June 27.-^-The housq killed a bill by prj five 1' \\'-y 'el', appropriating II .-'at'' treasury to the bri:_- lamaged or flood. .Mr. Wag his hill, said thai d( of construc the several Coun afford to provirle made homeless by the this, he said, than to the country that Kan- repair ai along the t] by tin rec jner. In ipj or1 by putt ihg the lion upon the sfc Tie.-: and cities co v:\r al JJJ lor the peopl flood. Bettei have it c?o ov ir I sas refuses to ta ke care of her Silt ferers. He said that he (State's credit and moral standi ng would be im ''paired and he character of her peo pie lowered abroad if they continued J* to beg alms. HE SWEARS TO MAINTAIN INVIO- LATE THE CONSTITUTION OF SERVIA. G!?UT FNTMSIASM 'PRFVAIIS THE KING HOURLY ASSUMES MORE COMMANDING AT 1 TITUDE. ftitlV'Jj 1 to thi letter VISIT FPiCiYl THE KAISER. BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. SATURDAY, JINK 1903, TEN CENTS PER WEEK Strawberries Cucumbers Gre^n Onions Dry Onions Cabbage S SliS ACCESSION C! A T" A TIO N O ti E JTA miTG THAT HE Ts W. t?! N I,:. I iiror William ihly Inspects perfi rd i' ig the turrets, examining the rs of the n, i---'1 Fred C. Smyth, Pres. Thos. P. Smyth, SecTr^as. 1). C. Smvth, Manager. BEMIDJI MERCANTILE 0. 302 Beltrami. Avenue., Wholesale and hVtail Dealers in GROCERIES, FLOUR FEED, HAY GRAIN PRODUCE. Phone No. 215. I iuc at the i the galley and talking famil vi:h some of the aide seam' n. V/ashington, June 20. Tin1 presi- dent has received a telegram from En ror William expressing his exeat pleasure at the visit of the American fleet to Kiel and speaking in highest lerms of he excellent conditfon in which he found Admiral Cotton's war ships. Subscribe for The Daily Pioneef Whole Wheat Flour- Oranges I Fresh Groceries Lemons IMPROVEMENTS AT SPELLING. rjjgy Will Not Be Pushed Until Sa lmons Are Cleaned Out. Washington, June 27. A'ecoj ling ro the statements of \yui lieiuirt'nieut officials, that department is uul ill: dined Id push the enlargi'meni of Port SiTelliiu'. at .ill bjd until it i given dennito a airaue lint ike .-(aiidalou. rnilii i i iid of the hj 11:' 0 II .11' den. ill part if Is not 111! 1 i 1 in iHrated a it theti rminu ir the tie': I 111 i i i a I: i i 11 9 1 I vtrti btiihl a hrr and farmers. Fresh Dairy Butter Fresh CreameryButter Fresh Eggs Best Patent Flour Tomatoes u. his lr itl I fte St Paul be Tmanont- lv com cted. 0:i I cenl visit Con gressman Sle.vcus assured the ilepnit- 1 ^."7 ih'" lhal i tin iloltbl slops T., r, |)aVn ,..,.d gtoi au tl S-tl-HinVS ii .,,',.s Ivoi itit- in put en Ih rviV compbuued of. But while I be depart ment has 10 doubt ihat CviVi :.i -'-iii.ui i 111. II .1111 11 |u i 'ii ion I el an 1 PAYNE IN POOR iiL'- I I May Be Obli !i,!1 ion oi nia lr fti il is i-U v S emie IT,. Payne was at his desk for only two hours Wclre. .-ia a.tul yesterday was co'nlined to his ip irlmenfs at the Arlington Inuel, l! the 1 uniors of fhe piisitlbU i..'.:iaiion of Mr Payne are to hv el- iin HI ail. it musi be on the score ui his-'physical nonunion, which it. is 1,!:: ti is ill: U1SO fOJE :iiai Sj 1 iii' I00U 1 i vears old 'i than whcii he entered a his tint l'"' a, ro\v\ .M W l\..^ Al elliher Mercantile MI/'HndlK'li 'I'illi vii ang ii iii in Nforthern Minneso ta ai ous for their rapid (jrowth, and ryt] to show tliia KI-:r,l,IIJi il a UJ be am oJ tin io-'tHri'/ ci-iit.i i~ in 'Iii.- di-tiiet I'or iiiiortnutioii regarding |ricr iits other general informtition, write or call at the Crookston Lumber Company LOGGING DEPARTMENT BEMIDJI MINN. 6 .---.ee. .or to I' t! t-er- Ci'iiei al iJharli si ICmoi Smith, 1111 I ii" not .Mm di.i'.- improve it siiiifij 11- -,ii that nil tor a i' .'t more or HE, TO HI Mew OF