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March 11, 1899

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 6

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THE DAILY 1'IONEER TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1899. LEAD PIONEER-TIMES. erly owned, and assumed charge March 1, 1899. All assays and analytical work Intrusted to me will receive "prompt and careful attention. Thanking you kindly for your patronage in the past and hoping to enjoy a continuance of your favors, I remain Respectfully yours, HENRY SCHNITZEL. No. 1, Solith Bleeker St., Faust Blk. 1899. LEAD, S. D. MARCH II. . , WE INVITE . . Your Inspection of a VERY COMPLETE and Extensive Assortment of New WASH GOODS jnst received by us. Comprising: in rt COURT CALENDAR. March 13th Ao. U. Oeo. 15. Thompson, vs. Har DEATH OF MRS. ABT. Mr8. Mary Abt died at her home in Lead yesterday morning at 7:10 o'clock of cancer aged 56 years and 5 months. The news of the death of Mrs. Abt does not come as a surprise, but will be received with profound regret wherecvrr she is known. Her sufferings cover a Vng period of time, something over two years but all that time she bore her intense pain with remarkable fortitude and without murmuring and entered J. W. Jones, who served during the recent session as bill clerk in the senate, returned yesterday from the stale capital. Mr. Jones looks well, and after going through his arduous duties at Pierre ought to be able to cope with anything. The R. B. George Convention and Concert Co. of Chicago is Wiled to appear In Lead at the M. E. church Tuesday night, March 14. The concert is free and is given for the nuroose of ry Collind. No. 8. James Crittenden et al Sam Schwartz wald. vs No. 10. w. H. Crittenden, et al, Matt Plunkett, MADKAS. CORDS, WELTS LINENS. PERCALES. NAINSOOKS. PIQUES. DIMITIES. CHEVIOTS. BATISTES. 1 GALATEAS. ORGANDIES. PICRETINES No. 3. Winona Wagon Co. vs. Bd organizing a musical convention. For Hanshke. No. 27. Smith and McSloy, vs. Wal ter Groshong. the valley of the shadow with the courage of a true christian. She retained her mental powers until her lat breath. Mrs. AM was the wife of Frank Abt, one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Lead. She came here March 14th further particuarls attend the convention. fi A number of the members of a prominent society in Lead tlkrtered a sleigh Thursday night to go to a neighboring town. Near the Port Pierre decor the 6. Charles Stayman vs. John Elmor, et al. GINGHAMS. Fine Zephyr, Corded Novelties and Toil DeNord. with her husband and young family in No. 11. Sol Rosenthal, respondent, 187-6 and has since resided here. She is vs. Michael Rasmussen, appellant. a German by birth, and as is character No. 12. John Reagan vs. Thomas rig was upset and the 14 brethern fell Into a pond completely drenching them This did not Interfere with their plans Whittaker, et al. istlc of those people was broad in' her sympathies, and charities and had a Entire New Lines of Laces and Embroid ?ries. All Coloring in Near Silks. Advance Showing of New Dress Goods. New Novelties in Millinery. No. 64. P. M. Thompson, vs. Georfie In the least. pleasant word for all. There are left to mourn her death, her husband, three Kemplln. March 15th i ne uermania club gave a dance in Grady's hall last night and about sixty sons. John, Prank and Willie, and two daughters, Annie and Mamie, also a of the members were in attendance 1 . .... iuiub uixuesira lurnisned music j BIG BRICK STORE Load, S, 3D , brother, Joseph Distel, who has been with the family for many years. The No. 32. J. Beaky. No. 61. No. 62. Seader. No. 63. W. E. Williams, vs. James City of Lead, vs. John Barr. City of Iead vs. Thomas W. E. Adams Co., vs. Henry people of Lead and wherever the good which was up to its usual standard of excellency. Supper was served at 11 o'clock. A happier time than they had, Is yet to be reported. There was a meeting of the official board of the Methodist church Thursday night at which time business or woman was known will extend their sincere sympathy and condolence to brighten the burdens, if possible, of the afflicted ones during their hours ot trial. The arangementa for the funeral up to 4he timehad not been perfected but in all probability will le held Sunday afternoon from the Catholic church conducted by the pastor. Tonges. March 16 th No. 18. Troy Mining Co., vs. Wil-mot O. White. No. 19. Mount Terry Mining Co. vs Wilmot G. White. No. 33. Security T. & L. Insurance pmich importance was transacted. It is Gates' Rock and ore crusher understood that the new minister is all ready to come, at least a.s soon as Sir. Harmon gets away, so that the 'society Co., vs. F. M. Vroman. -GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Homestake M Co No. 46. C. W. Mather, vs. Challenge will not be without a pastor. Lew flail's minstrels did not Ishosv Father Redmond. 0 Barney Mullen, the contractor and builder, Visited Iead yesterday. Mining Co. Fully Describod In our No. 1, Catalogue. i No. 47. C. W. Mather, vs. Chelletoge in Lead Thursday night as had bepn announced. It was no fault of the company for they proved to be royal en Mesdames O'Donnell and Smith spent Mining Co. No. 45. J. E. Sweet, vs. U. Z. Kidci i the afternoon in Dead wood yesterday, e Special Fine Crusher Chlorodyoe Oough Mixture will cure THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO SIOUX Our New, Design will inierost you. CITY. tertainers, but there was so much go ing on elsewhere that they could hardly expect much patronage They expected to have gone to Hill City yesterday to fill an engagement there but could not arrange their business affairs Is via O'Neill and the Pacific Short Gates' High Grade Rolls that cough, or we refund the money. L. P. Jenkins, Druggist.. tf. i A. ErDale, fearless of yesterday's storm, went up. to Bald Mountain to write fire insurance. Copies of the . Pioneer-Times will tieretLfter be on sale at L. D. Jacob's bazaar on Main street (tf.) A Finlander, name unknown, pulled out jreatarday for bis native land nwer to return. 4' i NO O niERS EQUAL THEM- Gates Improved Vanners. They are the Standard, to get away before this morning at which time they will 'take the fraight. Miss Zulieme S. Bolkcom proved er-self, as an elocutionist, a true .artist'. CSrfAtes, Shoes cujlCL IDles i possessing a rich, clear voice, soft, nili- sicaltand penetrating with Its lowest sounds to every part of the large hall. Tremain Steam Stamp Mill, Tne Prospector's Frrnd. 'The Angel and the Shepherds," from Line. Connections made both ways daily except Sunday. No layovers; saves three hours in each direction. Passengers to and from points In Eastern South Dakota make through connection, avoiding layovers at Sioux City. Buy local tickets to and from O'NlelL Makes lowest fare. " o TWO NEBRASKA FARMS. For sale or trade for city property. Box 826, Dead wood. ' o A GOOD INVESTMENT. Dead wood real estate has reached bed roek-s low as It will ever go In any Tart of the city. From now on advances will be sharp, no where more so than, in the First ward which will build up faster on account of the de Founeen catalogues describe our Mining Machinery its describe our Mining Machinery. GATES IRON WORKS Monroe W. Read, the Insurance man, 'was in Lead yesterday showing up the merits of fte Germania. W.'E. Cawim.'the candy maker, has bis place opened, for business. He Is located next door to Henry Monfrerm". Robe blankets, and all winter goods going at a big discount at "Mac" the Saddler's, Lead. 1-18-tf. J. W. Curran, the broker, Insurance OTTO F. PURNELL Sole Agt For fhe Black Hills. Office Opposite Bullock Hotel "Ben Hur," was admlrafbly rendered, her graceful carriage and smooth,, even gestures being a noticeable characteristic. In "William Tell" her power to present the heavier selections 'was made manifest. "The Wand" displayed her vocal powers to good advantage. She was encored several times and was greatly; appreciated by he audience. Waukegan OillSahk.p, '98' ELSTON AVE., CHICAGO. ILLS. ISiilii iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiSsiirliiiigiSi and real estate agent of Lead, bad. bust day. i" ' ' ' v , able entertainment jthat the Ch&ago LadyQuaKette tave at the Lyeeuth Tonight you must bear- jne unicagp Ladj Quartet at the ?opra house.-Sei-cure reserved seats early for the hall is sure to be full. i GRAND DANCE SPECIAL SALE mand for residences near the reduction works and business houses to supply the family. H. B. Young baa for sal seven lots In a body on Main street, valuable for etiher residence or business. These lots will be sold at price that will Insure the purchaser an advance of 100 per cant In a year. If you har a HtUe money, investigate' it. . . OF Oils and greases, the Wet on the mar ket tor 10 cents, at "Mac" the Saddlers. ...l-U-tL. , : - Under the la&t evejringan entertainment Which was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. The spectacle of four young ladies of .graceful presence attired in efrople oove coloTeif gdwns, singing music' wnfch everyone could under-stand waTnovel and refreshing in itself. There was something home like and refining In 1L' Those present felt that they were not to be bored by vocal pyrotechnics. There waa an informality and heartiness about everything that they did which made the prover- Auspices of All this week. LOU Mayflower The Shewey Broa., of Bald Mountain, eft yesterday In company with their sister for Kansas. The climate did not agree with the young lady," and they go to remain. ' ' Does you, harness or saddle need re-paldlng? . If ao, take It to "Mac" tne Baddler. ' 1-18-tf, Tho members of the Royal Neighbors camp gathered kt . the society hall last 20 Per Cent off for Cash al tediousness of concerts Tale out of rerolectllon. The program was a very D. of R. I. 0. 0. F, aireeaible one, almost every ' n amber EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL. Tho Epworth League of the First ward will give a social next Monday evening, March 13, at the parsonage. A short program will be rendered after which, light refreshments will be sorted and a royal good time assured. . Come and see us. First Annual Ball ing enthnsiastically , encored. The Call and See thft BARGAINS. I Must Make Room for New Goods. dies have excellent voices which evening for a 'few hours .of tocial I Central aumsempnt. TheT'dlrt not have a Marcli, II show careful cultivation.. True. expres City, sion and delicacy of shading being particularly marked. Minneapolis Trl- Ibune." '"' - " ' - . -.- S. R. SMITH, LEAD. thing shor; of a good time and all wHnt home in a happy frame of mind.. i Becmer Orton are now stttled la their place of ' . business, Na IS Mill atreet; wlO full line of (watches, pm elry and silverware.1 They want your rork, a watch repairing Is their spec I At Miner's Union Hall Lead, 8. D., Mar. 1, 1899. J . To the Publte-.r--I kite the pleasure' of announcing that I have purcbaeed - ; OF THE HILLS j the, Anelyttoal Laboratory and "Aaeay '-. .Office of Chas. H. Thole, which I form GOLDEN ialty. ; SUMMIT 14-tt. , . I K. P. Orchestra ; ".'.TICKETS $i. Wrum iXO. 1455H. F. B. 0. Laliardtory anfl Assay Office A' : 1 . ' irf - S - I. i ------ mmmm OPv Miners Union " House r.i Plaofeand Cut Flower .Lead, 8ocith Dakbta. ' .' "CJ?i ft I :'. . !'f J , .' I. , U ' ----- ii-f--, '; - - - . j C v . .' - HENRY SCHNITZEL, V'.7 l ; '' x Poetofflce Box 806. .. i; ' "; ' Samples) or bullion by mail or express will receir pixwipt tttention. t Tests mado In th best adapted process of ores. - ; , Laboratory and aampllnf work in Faust BiHlfflng, 81 Bleeker 8L 12 Cutnowen furnishfdf tJ foot bonr. notice for aft v from the cradle to th EASTER wedding P'M- i 'Special rates to .and funerals. LEAD CITY, South Dakota. Monday April 3. BikHm. r a mull V . 11A1! Ua U f -; r f "i ?S) w ' 1 ". J u u Fowler; Cull. COAL! COAL! ' COAL! Purchxsws of Slverldsa coal will find ft to tbeir adranUc to consult wltb Paol B.ewman Deadwood, beter buy-lnc lswbers. . ' ' library Notice. . C Until fBrtber notice the - public library will be open on Tuesday and Saturday afterooona' and , Saturday erenlags, as beretofore. . By order of tia board of directors. MHa A. JSIMJIONS, 80" " 1 STTODUCVQ ." .Executive ConimJUee.---U S. OaH. Fred Shackelford, . Geo. I " Inmaa, Frank HeiUer, Robert Fraiser. : . ' !En0'SHlL ORCHESTRA. iwn' MnVSFUJRS AiU- Lead, S. V- -

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