The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on October 23, 1900 · Page 4
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October 23, 1900

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 4

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TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1900 THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOOD, S. D. "The testis C0UPDEinAIN football, is getting' along nicely. George Parker, wrio had the tendons of his leg torn, is. still suffering considerably and doesn't expect to be abJe to walk for a week at least. The rest of the team have pulled themselves together and are able to walk without limping. They are not discouraged and expect tojilay Lead on Saturday ot this week. John Jennack, The well known hackman wbose barn is that Imposing structure on tiie corner of Carney and Pine streets, is prepared to furnish the finest rigs in the city for funerals, calling parties, picnic crowds, etc. Residence 'phone, 83 Harrison. OT.H. MOORE Blacksmith and The above is our cost mark and all of our Immense stock of and IJoys' Coats .Suits and odd Pants will be on Sale at COST ontU tfcj are all gose. Kcmcmtier no Clothing is reserve 0 in this ei ie. CHASE'S Wardman-Phillipa Wedding. ' H. B. Wardman and Miss ICatherine Fhillipa were married yesterday morning at. the residence of the bride's parents on Williams street The ceremony was performed by Rev. George G. Ware, pastor of St. John's Episcopal church at 7 o'clock in the presence of only the immediate family. A wed ding breakfast was servni. and the bride and groom left on the 7:45 Bur lington train for Carlsbad. New Mex lco, where thy will spend several months The bride was married in ti-r poiriR oway Kown of tan colored loth, trimmed in mink, with hat trimmed in mink to mat'h. The wedding was a complete mirprHe to the many friends of the bride and groom The bride is one of-the best known of Deadwood's society girls. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs . I'hil lips of tills city and has lived here nearly all her life, bavins come herewith her parents from Fremont. Ne 1-raska. in '7!. She graduated from the Dead wood public schools, ami from the Spearflsh Normal, fcince which time she has taught in the primary department of the Deadwood Ki-bools and is recognized as one of the finest primary teachers In the wed. Mr. Wardman came to the Hills iti '7S. and has been closely identified Willi the business interests of this city, having held the office of mayor for one term. In 'K4 lie went into tin-hardware business with Mr. George V. Ayres. He was a member of this firm until the spring of 'M. when, on account of ill health he withdrew. Mr. and Mrs. Wardman expe-t to spend most of the winter in the south nnd will probably return in the spring to make their home in Deadwood Main Street, Dead FOR OCT. 29 S4.0O Eastman KnHni Where They Sell Cheap this contest. STATIONERY PRIZES First Prize a . . . v - Second Prize a CONDITIONS The above clipping the largest number, "ads" and bringing them to tober 29, 1900. Those who - iy 51.00 Brownie Kodak prizes.) will be awarded to the party' and the second largest number of U our 6tore on or before 9:00 a. ra. Oc ha ve already won prizes are barred from IS OUR LONG SUIT. We have the most elegant 1 1 u- m the city, and to make room for the holiday stork, w? an- cIomm.; out that which we now have at a sri-at (lis count THE NEW ORGANDY and THE DRESDEN goods, are the most artistic ever brought to th. Kills I-S if all goes though, at the same discount. WE ALSO HAVE a bin stock of children's school t.ili,-,, p.-riclil tabs, 1 ) .. i .. ...l.i.. I. ...ill .. t l. i: . , eini.it durin; ac count icoonrv i'-hi-i.i, tc , w m 11 iu ,ni, in- en this sale. WILCOX PHARMACY. the Cheapest tt Experience teaches thai good clothes 'wear longest, good food gives best nutrition, and a good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine money can buy, because it cures ivhen all others fail. Poor Health "Had poor health for years, pains in shoulders, back and hips. I wilh constant headache, nervousness and no appetite. Used Hood" s Sarsaparilla. gained strength and can tuork hard all day: eat heartily and sleep 'well. I look it because it helped my husband to ivhom H gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffels, Moose Lake, Minn. focdS SaUamul Mood't I'ills cure liver Ills : th" nn irritating and otij cathartic to take- with howl fearauparilk Georgia Showers. Tli Oeorgia shower is a peculiar one, and sometimes a single day lias a .score of them. It is on you before you know it. For a few moments the lightning Hashes, the thunder rolls and the rain falls, and it is apt to cease as suddenly. Out conies the sun again as smiling and serene as tlio no great damage had been done to the crops. There is something else that comes on unawares, ami that is dyspepsia. Many people have suffered years from this complaint, lie-cause they have allowed indigestion, eonstipatlion and biliousness Jo become chronic. Hostetter's Stomach Hitters should be taken at the first sign of indigestion. It will strengthen your stomach and produce good sound sleep, and good health must naturally follow. A S S KSSMKNT NOTICE. I'. S. Grunt Mining company; place of business, Deadwood, South Dakota. Location of works, Carbonate. Lawrence county, S. IV Notice is hereby given that at meeting of the directors of the above-named company hold at the office of John liaggaley in Deadwood, on the 4th day of October, 1900. an assessment. No. 9. of one-half mill per share was levied upon the capital stock of the company, payable immediately to John Tiaker, the treasurer, at Dead-wood. S. 1). Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on the 7th day of November. 1900, shall become Iinquent and be advertised for saleand unless payment shall have been made on or before, will be sold at public auction at the office of John Baggaley, in Deadwood, South Dakota, on Saturday, the 24th day of November, 1900, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., to pay said assessment, together with the costs of advertisement and expenses of sale. JOHN BAKER. Sec. School Entertainment Course. The following are the dates for the entertainments yet to come: Dr. Henson, November 15. Mendelssohn Male Qur.rtet, December 4t. S. M. Spedon, February 19. .V.V. V.V.V.. W.V. V.VM MRS. C. W. MATHER, (At Wilcox Pharmacy,) Makes all kinds of Floral Designs and Is headquarters for cut flowers, Rotes, Carnations and all other flowers of the season FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. KSSSSSSK KSSSaSSS QUILT FACTORY MRS. N. J. TUPLIN, Manufacturer of all kinds of qulltn from the cheapest to the very finest to be found In any country. Also recovering of quilts and make sofa pillows to order. DOWN QUILTS Down quilts of the finest tn&ke a speciality. 14 Carney St. old phone. 17 your order Is respectfully solicited. J. P. HJMER COLLECTIONS ADJUSTMENTS no'tary. f FIDELITY BONDS. All kinds or bonds written: Appeal attachment, replevin, bonds for executors, administrators. All Judicial bonds executed without delay- Don't ask you friend to alga for yon until yon gwt our rates. Ledge officers, treasurers, sad official bonds specialty. r Olympic Block. Dandwood. Phones Harrison, 1U; Black HIIIa, lftj, Phone la residence. Harrtaoa. I. j 9 ADDITIONAL CELT. 1 Continued from Page t;.i The family of ex-Policeman Aladalo left S.iii la.v afternoon for Minne,ixilis upon a viHt "ith relatives. The residence u( K (', Royce upon upticr Mafri s:r"i t. which lias been im ii-r 'pia 1 an: iu restrictions on account of diNhtiicia has been released, the I I lit 11 lew inn recovered from sick ne1 Two hack loads of K. of P. s from the l.ead lodge, anil also a delegation fioui Terry went to Deadwood last evening to attend a meeting of the lodge at that, place and assist in taking a candidate thru the three ranks. A. ('. Dennis. Harry Occleston, George Foglesong and S. K. ('Vans, who have h.-cn absent on a hunting irip 10 woouiaKe. .Neiuaska. liave returned The boys report a good time, but tin- weather was too fine for good hunting Kvervthing passed without tpeiial incident excepting that Mr. (ecloston, while sparring with one of the party hail his collar bone broken. William Ifarringer and wife will mow to Terrv, where Mr. liarringer HI assume charge of Oscar Silver's hilhing store at that place. Will has been in the mploy of this firm for several years nnd is a trusted em-ph. ye i.'athan Jacobs, who has had te.npornry charge at Terry will take .Mr Harr.'i'gcr's place in the Lead store Klection 'scraps are becoming one of the parts Incident to a good live cum- li.ign. Arguments which soon lead to blows are not :nfrenuont. anil there have have been several of them within the past few daws, altho nothing seri-cus has resulted yet. As a rule, however, the McKinley man carries off the laurels, and there is little doubt but that he has the best of the hrgu-tnent from every point, intellect iia'lly and physically. Itobert K Chrone. who has held the rank of corporal of Troop H. First, cavalry, now stationed at Fort Meade, has moved to Lead with his family Hid wi'l make this city his home. Mr. Chrone I s served for three years in the annv and was in active .service ir the Spanish-American war In Cuba. His term of enlistment expiring, lie has decided that he has had suffi ic nt army life. He is a boilermaker by trade nnd pleasing young man. 100 Miners Wanted at Higby, Wyo. Pick work ; black powder blasting. Good Prices.. Steady work. Plenty of cars. It Redmen's Ball. The Lakota Tribe Improved Order of Red men, axe making arrangements for their annual ball, which will take rlace in the. near future. Efforts arc bring made to f.ecure the ladies' orchestra, paying at Carr & Rerry's, to furnish the mithic. The IWdmen intend to make this a first class affair in every respect. The date will bo Announced later. --"Tha American Porter" The name describes the color but only one who has tasted it can describe the flavor. The perfect production of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n. 0 Cheap Rates West. On October 23rd and 30th, Novembr 6th, 13th, 20th an LAR "NORTHWESTERN LINE," Fremont,' filkhorn and Mo. Valley R. R. will ne" , P0CATELLO. IDAHO. HELENA, PUTTE. and GARRISON, MONT., at J23.0O. To PORTLAND, SEATTLE and TA-COMA, $28.00. On the same dates round trip tickets will be sold to Og-den, Pocatello, Helena, Butte and Garrison for $40.00, to Portland, Spokane, Seattle and Tacoma, $45.00 round trip. Call on V. A. Hampton, City Ticket Agent, for all particulars. The Gladiator Gold M. A M. Co. Organized under the laws of South Dakota, Owns property between Deadwood and Rutabaga Gulches, near Lead City. We are now. developing this property. We have millions of tons of medium grade ore In sight. ; W have a tunnel proposition. We are selling stock to develop the property. We have a few more shares at VIc. For particulars call on Aaron Anderson at the mines, or Central City, or GLADIATOR GOLD M. & M. CO., Rooms 513-14 I. 0. -& T. Building, Des Moines, Ia f GATES IRON WORKS Wagi on Maker HORSESHOEING AND GENFRAL RE-PAIRINvi DONE ON SHORT NOTICE All kinds of Carriage and Wag on Wood Work; also Carriage Furnishings. 11 and 12 Pine St.. - Deadwooc. 8. f kW.VV.V.VAV.'.VAVA'A This Space Is I Reserved For 'I CORNWALL & CO. FEEDij And FUEL? r. 1 Never Before In Black Hills History Hi the sunlUio nwi H' ncnirdtrlyrii ; producer! or never hi jro Im tlieri'lii-eii micb a Grand nek-rti"ii f tin- mililinics ot the Hills, as in- now i-imv, nut tin' jcpular studlua of H. R. LOCKE & CO., Main Strflt, DEADWOOD I Main Strflet, LEAD They Lead Others Foliow 1 In riiituirrniliy, I'uliinet Work ( nr Plifttinot) ic 1 24 YEIRS IN THt BLACK HILLS FA38ILLIARLY KNOWN AS THE ..Old Kins: Brewer-been a resident of CENTRAL for all these years and is still at the same old stand Who? Why, Henry Rosenkrantz of course. CENTRAL, ..So. Oak An Ounce of Medicine, if properly filled, will do more good than five gallons of guess-work prescriptions. If you would have a sure Preventive pay strict attention to your doctor's advice, take his medicine regular and be sure it Is properly filled. Follow these Instructions carefully and you 'will find It Is Worth More to you than money. The secret of health is to take as little medicine as possible; and when you have to, It Is better to take an ounce of the right kind than A Pound of doubtful btuff. We are practical druggists, skilled In our profession and . graduates of th best colleges of pharmacy. We can fill any prescription with ab solute accuracy, and for this reas on we are safe to say that our work will show the largest per centage. Of Cures Remember the Place Palace Pharmacy Yft L. FAUST, Ph, G, Prop. childbirth. It 1 REVERE RUBBER GO. nnnn i nm DEL n i1 DLL Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co Hoists f Hospital Notes. Mr. John Wells, who was hurt a j ear ago last Fourth of July and spent se veral weeks in St. Joseph's hospital, was admit tec' again last Thursday t.i'ffering from blood poisoning ot the hiuid resulting from a cut from a butcher knife. He underwent a pain ful operation Saturday. Drs. Allen and Zerfing were the surgeons. Mr. John Lyons came to St. Joseph's October 17. with a bad band -Mrs. Zach Taylor of Hotel Hullock was also ad lliitted October 17 Ml. John Peter con was brough to the hospital with jneumonia. Mr. II. Cornwell of the smelter was admitted to the hospital with a severe case of the fever. Mr. T. Moliter is at the hospital suffering from stomach trouble. Mr. W. H. U-bolt of Leppla & McLaughlin's camp, was admitted to the hospital October 11 with typhoid pneumonia, and fears of his recovery are held. He had been ill for two weeks before coming to the hospital. Mrs. II. Shedwin was discharged yesterday from the hospital, recovered from an operation and will commence work today. Hon. A. K. Frank is slowly on the mend. Miss Mav Jones was discharged yesterday recovered from an poeration. At present there are fourteen patients In the hospital. O ; Police Court Ike Hanna, the darkey of cake walk fame, took to more serious pastimes Sunday afternoon and forgot that the day had gone by when a man's wife was his to do with Is he pleased. His wife annoyed him or crossed him in some way or other, and he proceeded to correct her with 'a club. He was arrested and would have had a hearing before Judge Early yesterday, but he had. done his work so well that Mrs. Hanna was unable to appear against him. The hearing Is set for this morning at 10 o'clock. . Poor John Doe got into trouble again Sunday night and was arrested upon the charge of assault. He will Ijave a hearing -before Judge Colman at 7 o'clock tonight. Mr. Martin's Appointments. Hon. E. W. Martin will speak as follows : Galena, Oct. 23. Terry, Oct. 25. Hill City and Keystone. Oct. 27. Central City, Nov. 1. Bachelor Maids. The Bachelor Maids were entertained last night by Miss Alma Flanders at her home on Pine street. She was assisted by Miss Laura Ebersole and the young ladiej entertained each other in a variety of ways, each member of the club being obliged to do some kind of a turn. What the nature of the turn should be was left to the discretion of the performer. An elaborate luncheon consisting of four courses, was served. . 0 1 ""-XT" MrSweenerror Detroit, rot-the British-American Mining company, arrived Sunday accompanied by Mr. estate man of Toledo. Mr. Detwiler Is out on a little vacation and sightseeing tour and ia enjoying the trip. 1 0 ' tTuch Monltnn vhn hal -T 1,,.. dislocated . Saturday while , playing 0, F. PURNELL Peadwood, S. D. A.grt for South Dai. Custom Ore We are now prepared to treat custom ores by tbe Cyanide process at reasonable rates. GoMen Gate Mining & Milling Compaq First Ward, Deadwood S.D The Club..... Restaurant. JOHN WAGNER, Prop Meals Served to Order. Relief for the Gentler Sex Palmer House, r. NewCtark- Block n--.:t d; Assay i-"v NEW BUILDING NRW FURNIT- .NEWI3E1W , ., with tie R are tea finely furnished tw j isafn. hot and cold water ana . ---r Open day ano nig"- " Assay 50 Cents Gold and Silver THE UNION ASSAY OFFICE Establlahed 1881, No 37 Lee Street .'Deadwood. V Will Giv Correct Results of Both Gold ana Silver For 50 Cents. ON ALL 8AUPLE3 U ROUGHT TO THE OFFICK. , SSSSSS tBSt2SZ?ig?t THE BRICK n Next door to the Bullock) FINEST ORCHESTRA In the City -Carry a full line of Best Wines, Liquors and Cigar a. You are always welcome. K ft RYAN and RILEY Props, g RYAN and RILEY Prop.. during; the nine trying months before is a simple liniment of marvelous power, and. by its relaxation of the muscles, allays all nervousness, re lieves distressing headaches, cramps and nausea. . It la m blessing In m bottle, robbing confinement oi ail its pain. . , . MKtl If It canBot b found, we will tend It by mim mw4 im, where m dig Unitrd Stmtea pnn tci. I of prica. ' TUB HllD-1Kl.p KM.I LATOt Itk, Atlaate, cBevi m km BiMied KM ana wpmiI l'17' Gssssssa tssssssssssi sgssszzMs SING YOU Pc

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