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TUB DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOOD, P. D. saTURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1900. sedKtr ojNn-?'--- ONE CENT A WORD BLACK HILLS . aa THE SINGER is now locaated In the SYNDICATE BLOCK Lee St. near Main, Deadwood. Most popular of all sewing machines. Second hand machines for sale or rent of all kinds. All makes of m-chines repaired. A. N.PAkKS Vlzr, LUBEN COMPANY, New Labor Union Hall, Lower Mala Street CARRIES A FULL LINE OF Staple 4 Fancy Groceries AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. CHARLIE lie Tailon SYNDICATE BLOCK, LEE STREET. 1 Since getting Into his NEW ..QUARTERS, is now prepared to serve the public and serve them right... He can fit ycu out with a swell business suit or an elegant drss suit for from THE Keystone Hotel TO In quality, workmanship and finish his goods are unsurpassed. GO IN AND SEE HIS SAMPLES .5 '2 Lee Street, Deadwood. O. C. JKWKTT. ARCHITECT. New Waite Block. DKADWOOD. a. U Tlio Arcado I'ETEK ICcKLI'NI). I'Ktil'. Is wliern ynu get that dellcluua drink knewD thrwigho'' the country aa Anhaus- er Lliisch you ddw beet. A nice liimn constantly on the bar I'-est brands of drinks, and ctKars aUayi od hand Leu street, DeudwwxL Advertisements under thU head ONE CENT A WORD each insertion, when run lebs than one month, three lines ll. 00 per month, payable lu advauoei WANTED HELP. j WANTED Galvanized iron oil tauk, twenty to sixty gallons. Phone or address 1'ionecr-Tlme.s. - G1KL, WANTED. Por general liouov work. Inquire ol Cuaries Zocllucr, 0 1 7.. Mam ttn-et. WANTED, At nun', a wood tinner. at tin- Ki-!i htreet, Ik. 11. VANTEI)(J work at No Hunter t.Y od. She in.iii If 1 for general hou.--:! 1 Ja Kson ,tr i I, 1 11 gleside. WANTED.- C;irl fur u.-iu-ral lumse-work at Mrs. Cnnican'.s H I :n k t ; i i 1 (lul'h. j.MA'EE IIEI. I' WANTED". Reliable men to sell our lnb Krailr liit.rieai in oiln, RiviMs, paiiitn an! ar nishi'.s Salary or eomtnis. 1011 Adress, Central Ketininu Co, Cleve land, Ohio WANTED ---Girl for general house work, lllack Hills ti leihone ILT.l MANN and woman will do any kind of house cleaning or work of any kiml MRS. STEWART, l:o City C, YOl'NG MEN Our illiistrateil rata logih' 1 x il;i ins how we teaeh barber trade, mailed free. Moler liar her College, M i n neapi il i s. Minn. WANTED. Men to .sell Singer sew ing mai hities. A. N. l'arks, Syn dh ate block Lee street. W A. N'T I "I ., Ar tii r iTTri i"tii Ket'fur a young lady to Chicago. Address 1' (). liox M 7. I ad. WANTED. Girl to do general house work. Inquire 1 1 Harrison street W. L. Fau.-t. WANTED. Mi 11 and leans for ::.! ing on the ttreet. Apply at my e! li. e mi !.( str. et. J. J. IVblliam en. id "We Lead Otliers Follow My Stock is Complete in ALL BRANCHES and my PRICES are Tlio Lowest of tlio Low Try My Place with an Order and if not fully Satisfactory in evcy way don' come again. no. 7. charles street QRHfaN The Grocer State School of nines, LOCATE t i.T RAPID CITY, S. D. OF FF.KS THIS COl'KSK AS FOLLOWS: -1 j,-t 1...A MINING KNGINEERIMG CCOURSE 2. A COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSE. The next term begins Wednesday. Sept. 19, 1900. For further Information address, .. ROBERT L. 8LAQLE, President, ' Rapid City, &. D. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES And SPRING WAGONS Maiio exclusively for tho Black Hills tia le If you want a new vehicle of any K i rrrl it will pay you to call and look our stock over, and h arn our prices, for they are tho lowest of the low, yet the vehicles are the Best of the Best FULLER & BROWN. BRYAN llAl. 'Deadwod Preparin9 10 E"ter lntthe Spirit of the Contest. Desire to Par- ousanus tictpate In the Demonstuation. , ei tioi im.-nt. 1 ulid ntliusia.-uu: nu'elin Dryan heaiiiiuai ici s to his 1 M :i , menus for a grand dein- Lake anaii, I..,rlll0l. !1 eU,dWJOU oil Juuii , John Wilson was uiutnu mu.it and 1'" 1 M. Urown, societal y greatest enthusiasm was 01.001. e. 1 1 ,t. . 1 Till ination to make j a mo . ...JMimtiim ever held jS the greatest Black Hills, even i.tiu,6 .... -1 Bryan parade of 1W6. Marching ut)3 in umtoim irom u... - v. nt: bauds fioui all town.-,. L special trains will bo rnn from all f ,,- lottltrrew will Iirob- ... .,,.,1 other sneakers illy be nresem. t national ..nutation. The display of lirewoiKs win uc u..- equaled in the history ol mu .am pis. Mr. l'eier z.occr.ici ...... ..r, nj to have the largest mimixr ui Ln-.ntcil men to be designated the Smooth Uiders. ever gaineieu . . 1. : . nt rv Kill 1(1 W Vne parade m w leg are The Committees. Frui.k Abt. Lead. ( ity. ltvilaUoli.i. Kallih, Sin ai li.-.U ; t' bairmaii; v.. " Wliitewood; Charles I- J, Mitchell. 1..V.I, T. n ; 1 M. Wail, He 1 '. Nemo; Tim D. Cole- Jr. B. Stevens .. ,. , . . 1 I:, ui' , t am n tin, nail 1 ''.-; " - " ,ell, Terraville; John V. 1 tarry, '. r. -al, C. A. Dai'.a, Uulte ouuty , l.ee fcChunihs, Hauling couuiy , v,u...vo f ,. ,, 1,1 .,tv Art V. JEisUMU, ran imu jcirJ, I'enniugtou county; Charles h. fcstmaa, Fall Uiver county; l'eier 1!. iteeney of Uanid City, uuorganizo.l loaBties; John Sollard, Meade oun- Reception-John R- Wilson, chair- . A 1 1 'i t-l i n if" .an; .Matt riuuKeu.a. i"""'i' obert S. Stevens, Daviu iio... reeman Knowles, John Wi:..on. C. :. McAllister, Martin Gerard, Dr. E. J. GanU, J. B. Lurch. Speakers. V. M. Urown, chairman; jTim Foley, Lead; Hiram Dotson. Ipearfish; T. W. LaEleiche, Uelle fourthe; John D. Hale, Tilford; IChauncey L. Wood, Rapid City; C. on Wohrmau, Hill City; Walter 11. Smith, Keystone; R. W. Wuisor, Lud- jter; Frank M. Stewart, Buffalo Gap; iol. A. J. Kellar, Hot Springs; George . Highley, Edgemont. Grand Marshal Edward McDon ald. irrangements. W. L. McLaughlin. h. J. Morgan, M. J. Donovan, John lUten, Percy Russell, John Glickauf. rinnance. John Tierney, Barney Jfollen, M. R. Russell. Fireworks and Decorations. A. C. Somberger, Dr. J. H. Graham, Dr. T. k Moffltt, John F. Skelley, Joe The following circular letter has W issued by Chairman Wilson: Dew Sir: am very glftd to advise pu that it has been determined to "Id a eeneml rallv In thA Black at Deadwood before election day W the date has been fixed for Sat-Fly, November 3rd, which will bes taown as "Black Hilla Bryan Day," N to invitation is extended to jevery m, woman and child in the Hills P present Arrangements have I6! made for special trains and every F'Uty will be provided for the care entertainment of the people. T- P. Gore, the blind orator from aas will be one of the sneakers to ft v W Ud V K3 UlO I1UU. VU-ilca I Dwrow of Chicago, and Dr. Howard Tylor, as weU as Senator Petti- Find other speakers of pominence. you will take this matter ud L4 your fiends and neighbors and 08 all the aid nnaalhln Thn m Tive in the city before hen. the snealrera Will hft 03- I?!0 tte Bullock hoteL At 2 L k P- m. addresses -will be de-la the Opera house and and u.f00 P' 1118 Paraaa 111 form iiltef 8treet uuder cawgo of Mar-pward McDonald. W f Dadwood la Poa 19 Q tod there is a determination to ktte most successful demon-I B JS" held 111 Hills, If not to hear, from' you advlsln The Maverick 650 Main, i ' Has been re-otK.ued by that famous, y w en Known ueer nan iviug. ED. BISCHOFF ( Who h3 U'fii lu the ftaluou buai- X is os iu licailwoud for five years. VISITORS I W ho an- always made welcomi1, wili . l.iid eicryllntig neni nml clean, and , tlic 1-ei.l sin. k (if W ines. Liquors, ; and Clears U, Lt (nuud lu thoclty. 1 lie Maverick 65o Main Si. DeaJwood. V . N X . - .- ..V. - V H, Richardson K'KSIDKNT PIANO TUNER. 22 Centennial Ave. Leave orders at Kishel's Hazi' .. . HI Is one of the oldest uud must popular plac- I vt in the city. full I i.ud complete sto. k of j the inu.-t Imii e Wines, Liquors und Cigars I X3 onstantly carried. 1'lai e- U Slewai t, the new ir irietors, have s (led the sole agericj lor I he- eelebi i'.ti d Sal at og a ,-piiiigs Aaler anil Is i.ie.v pi epiu eil to sen 0 the uuiilic with this ;u.i t delicious liever-ag". Y.-ni arc always wi I. (line at TM1 LEKHY. Ilii.iww 1 rwwmifi ii Place & Stewart Props. 6-iJ Main Str-fit. Deadwood. Miss Harvey TEACHER OF PIANO. STUDIO, 30b -.DAMS BLOCK. DEADWOOO, 3- D- T. J. DOWD, WatctaatEr, Optita, Jeweler Black Hilts Jewelry to Order. Watch Examiner for the Klkhorn R. R. Work and Prices Guaranteed. Lee St! Deadwood. GOLD, GOLD, HOW IT ti LITTERS ,LL GOLD LOOKS ALIKE TO SOMC, But to the Experienced Eye BLACK HILLS GOLD IS THE REAL THING. Made up In all kinds of Jewelry, Watches, Chains, Rings, etc., by BUTLER The Jeweler, 61' Main Street. NEW LUNCH COUNTER. IN ED HEALY'S PLACE. Neat and Clean. Everything pertaining to lunch, such as Lobsters, Oysters, Salmon, Baked Beans. Pickles, Cheese, Bread and Butter, Tea and EXCELLENT COFFEE. H. F. LANDER. REMOVED TO ADAM'S BLOCK. DOCTOR BABCOCK HAS MOVED TO. THE ADAMS BLOCK WHERE HE CAN BE FOUND NIGHT OR DAT AND MAY BE CALLED BY EITHER TELEPHONE. tf ?--!!. SV.2 VXZXZ Lee-Glass-Ardreseen Wholesale Hardware Bicclesand Sporting Gooas. 1219-21-23 HARNEY ST., OMAHA. J. C. CARSON Agent. Dm, o& office Byndlcai.t But -JL SURE ' I'lompt Delivery of all Orders," UT Motto. Walter L Vcrcoc, M. D EYE AND EAR , ', 5 5 Occulist B. &. M. R. R. Deadwood. S. 1) .. Tel. Harrison. Dr. Collier OSTEOPATH LEAD AND DEADWOOD. iKvulwood olTlco at Glllmore Houia. Moa-dys. Wednesdays, and Fridays. L d office, 415 Main Street, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays IF YOU'RE BROKE, Or If you want money for a business proposition, WE'VE GOT IT. Unredeemed pledget In the line of jewelry, too, at eech low prloee that you will think we 8TOLE THEM. DEADWOOD LOAN OFFICE, No. 21 Lee Street Harrison Phone No. 41. J AAAAAAAAAAaAAaA AaAAAAAA 0 "CUPIOENE" Thm rraatVecatmbto V i tAlii r.Lh nreaL-ri Next to City Hail, Deadwood, S. I .vlain Street Deadwood,! IS OPE ft After going thiough a thoro course1 of repairs such as reiiapering. relittingi refurnishing, etc, the Keystone is now I one of the desirable hostelries iu the j city Neatest and 1 leanest dining room : and office lu the city. One Dollar Per Day. j PETER KICKED, Frop... W k. Y A TE3 ! DEALER IN ! SEWTNG MACHINES.! Will furnish you with anything you j may need in tho Sewim: Machine line. 1 MAKES A SPECIALTY. I Of ndjustmg any make or style. ' NO CHARGE FO EXAMINATION I OR INSTRUCTION. I Just drop 1 1 i 111 a card with instrue- j tioi, . where to call, and your wants will be attended to promptly DEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. TtrritrrT)i fa kmc i ..AT... !iss Resla I - cientil 'ic--- j Tie ir tal K- meiiii the ..Humane of '-hf ' pul. II.:. No l'.i l,i-e yt : .1 - Aetna Powder Co,i Dynamite andflacl Pcwder. ; Fuse and tops, EKric Baurria .1 Baltuiy Supplies. W. E ADAMS COMPANY j MONEY LOANED 1 ON COLLATERAL Security at a lawful rate of interest, j Business strictly confidential. Will I call at your residence If requested. 1 D. JACOBS. Cigar Stors Opposite Bullock Hotel. Dr. Bismarck Dr. Geo. S. Von WEDELSTAEDT. Cffices Olympic Elock, Opposite B. & M. Depot. J02...Res., 21, City Creek. Tel. B. H. 201. Lobby Saloon has gone thru a thoro course of repair and cleaning and is now one of the Nicest Place to be found in Deadwood for a social time. OPPOSITE THE BULLOCK Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat. artificially di;;ils the foodaDd aid Nature sin iij-'tlicnitiy and rycon stnctitif: 1 i;e exhausted digestive or cans. It i-' in-la: est discovered digest ant and tonic. No other T'roparatic nin approach It, in rtlicienry It In stantl v relieves and permanentlycure' !ysnej(8i:i, Jmlitfestion, Heartburn Klatnleoce, Sour Stomach, Niusea Sick nead;icl'c,Gaitralpia,Cramps,aiji al lother r s;; 1 of I m per f ect d Ipestion Prepared by c. C DeV. 'tt A Co, Cl)lcag Tmr Bale by K. Q. PHI ! LIP. Mjaes 5va? uiz.ui.ti ?;v DON'T BE FOOLEDt lake me genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medicine Co.. Madison, Wis. It keeps you well. Our trade mark cut on each package. Price, .13 eentj. Naver oH in bulk. Accept no substl Vil.;: Rf.PT Ik r rnvrr . Coin. S3 ill iintiii?iiai -1 I i" ' ii'lilli'y ... 'u.T'.c,:i" . 1 - " W"--fl.." " l; 1.1 il'iC'MM. OLU DESIRE WAN'TED Situalmii liy a man of s:i'i man ui' ten years expei e in ; e;,:i fi-rili.-'i !..! refel'( IK'e .. 1 lead o..d .111. 1 I.'- 1 p;. f. rred. D card to II, Deadwood, S. 1 1. W.WTEED. A i oin , s.ilaty or c on'iiiiission. Address 11. care I'm 111 er 'Time.,. GENTS WANTED. Local agents and district managers wanted for the I'rovident Saving I.i.e of New York. Liberal contracts. Ilond re-q ired. Apply to K. A. Bruce, . eit-eral agent, for North and South Dakota, at Yankton, South Imkota. FOR SALE. LOR SALE. - HoiiM-huhl good.-,, ac count of reiiiinal No. -4 1 Forest feline. 10 21-iOt FOR "SALE. One nearly new No. " Dodge cru.-her, illso 1 4 feet ol eight inch spiral pipe can be had o Ixo-'.-iili .1. 1'. llvmer. Dead wood, S. D. V?l-Ua- FOR" SALE -Heat ing s to v s a n d household goods at -Main street. FOR SALEv At a bargain, a No. 5 Remington typewriter with S drawer drop cabinet. Call at 89 Charles street. 2w " FOR RENT. FOR RENT. New 7 room house on Forest avenue. Electric lights, baths and all modern improvements. Apply to rtonecr-Times. oTFfclcS-FOR RENT The finest and best located, 'steam heated and electric lighted offices in tho city are for rent at low prices.. Inquire of O. C. Jewett, Room 202, Waite building. ROOMS TO RENT AT MODERATE PRICES. Suites of living rooms in tho WAITE BUILDING, each furnished with steam heat; electric lights; bath, water closet, lavatory; hot and cold water, are for rent at moderate and reasonable prices. Will be pleased to fhow them to anyone who may be interested. O. C. Jewett, Agent. FOR ItENT On Ingleside. house with seven rooms, with barn. If tken at once, can be had at $15 per month. Inquire of T. V. Hymer, office in Martin &. Mason block. FURNISHED rooms to rent, ."70 Williams street. SIX-ROOM "'houleTorent. 50) Upper Main street. 2w FOR RENT. Three unfurnished rooms and bath room, for light housekeeping. Inquire C5 Forrest avenue. - ltn FOR RENT A new five-room house with bath, 6S Denver avenue. tf O E. S. No. C3. DEADWCOD. . . ,T.a n,1 te'llth Mondays at 7:30. All member, cord, ll, tnvietd. ANNIE I. PHlLLIPb. W. M. . J. P. HYMER COLLECTIONS ADJUSTMENTS-NOTARY. FIDELITY BONDS. All kinds or txjnls written: Appeal attachment, replevin, bonds fo executors. StAtorl All judicial bond .is-cutd without deUr. Don't ?k friend to slKn for you until you r j rate. UxSgs officers, tressurers, a offlrlal bonds pecislty. Olymplo Block. Dawood. Phones Hsrrtson, 1W; Black Htlli. 1B1 Phons In realdssca. Harrison. U- To ioll an iininonse a'motnit of Mttrdiaulisc is YOUR OPPORTUNITY. We Jire sielliut; daily lots of g;ods, but we con-i.i'inilate ;i move into more commodious quarters, and in view of this, we will continue our SPECfAL LOW OASII PRICES on Stoves, Furniture, Ilariware and Crockery. Our rejrular customers know us, and we are getting our share of new ones. DERIOUTS-PS ARK No. 70 72 Sherman St. AAAJWkAAAAAAAAA UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Skilfully and competently done. A full stock of coffins, caskets, robes, wreaths and, In fact, everything pertaining to funeral regalia, constantly on hand. O. EL 3R.O3IJNrS03Nr Harrison Phone 134. Parlors. No. 114 Sherman St MANHOOD RESTORED uon oi a unions - rcntu puTaicuui, win qtucKiy cur vou or ui nrr. Voos or (li-s ct Uie geoermivQ onrmis, euca urn Lost Manbnod, j3somblA,ruinslathoB:lc,bemi.nal Kuiidintm. Nervous lJeUlUy, fiinrl Jnfitns9 to Jlarry, Kxhaununir lynuiia, Vnrirole ai.a Coasiipatlon. 1 1 star ail losses bT day or night. Prevents quirk-Br of diwliarpp, w Inch If not crVel Iparls u Spermatorrbcea and n t'l oeiiorrnnol BEFORt SKO r I t-n tijysaDd the nTPtDESK rtrenirtMDsanu restores ;man impoiency. a 1 r,ui.iuiai.iiiii0iw ..'inaryorr - insiJaUuhpuriUes. weaaorpna. , . P HARMACY. Jiad2 , . 1 1 , reason Ennerer iraroicaiwi i '7 j . t , , , vu ' - - 11 flUPIDKNnistiocmly knc-.vi rerowlTtDcnrewiiboutanor-raUon. (uuutMUmonl-I , A wi : Ptir. mntw) riven ai il moner rR turned If t bnxea dors not mux a pennaneotcore. j IlioabO.,tirt..r'tJ,b)rinu:i. Bend Icr aiKcircuLir and temotiaU. . .1,. . l - Vor. Ma.lIt'IC ' Iix -Tt; t'M FraixCli. IbrSaUta FOR SALE AT FAUST'S PALACE f,?ffiR.WiJON, (airman. .