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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Thursday, November 1, 1900
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEAD WOOD, S. D. THl-RSI'AY. NOVEMBER 1. 1900. ONE GENT A WORD BLACK HILLS THE SINGER Is now locaated In the SYNDICATE BLOCK MLIE tie Tailor; SYNDICATE BLOCK, LEE STREET. ' LUBEN company, New Labor Union Hall, Lower Mala Street. CARRIES A FULL LINE OF Staple I Fancy Groceries AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. DnTAN UATi Deadwood, Saturday, Nov. 3d. M-.i-shal McDonald has issued .following orders for the Black ....i . nrvnn uay x uv. U I J 1 . i will assemble at :3U and cession t son sham. will Th"' column will form on lower main Z following line of march: . ; n' i'.'r to Sherman Street WANTED. (lirl , general house- n 1 " 10 , V,h.,r,.. Street (on . work at -No " 1 JarkMMl street, In-Merman to Chailes btreit (on Since getting into his NEW , ..QUARTERS, is now prepared to serve the public and serve them , right.. .He can fit you out with a swell business suit or an elegant 1 dress suit for from ! $13 to S25 In quality, workmanship and finish his goods are unsurpassed. GO IN AND SEE HIS SAMPLES. ..b1 2 Lee Street, Deadwood. iV.V.WAVAV.'.VAM O. C. IHWKTT. . r-v np - -- tJ f J I , New Waite Block. UKAjlWoOl). I Tlio Arcaclo l'ETEK ICCKLUNI). I'KoP. Is u ticre jou t itial dellcluiui urluk rnowu ihriHiKhie the country aa Anhau-er Until h you now lifci . A Dice luiua constaully on tbe tar. tu of ililuku ami clKara Hi way. od lianrt L,ee atrptt I ie.rl woimI. "Prompt Delivery of all Orders," our Motto. Walter L. Vercoe, M. D . . . EYE AND EAR . it-S Occuhst B. & M. R. R. Deadwood. S. D. -. Tel. Harrison. Dr. Collier OSTEOPATH LEAD AND DEADWOOD. ovadwuod ofllco at Olllmore llous, Moo-diya. Weduesilays, aud Fridays Ud otllce. 4 1& Main Street, Tuesdays. ThunuUn aod Saturdays. Advertisements under this head ONE CENT A WORD each insertion, when run lets than one month, three lines ll.Ou per month, payable iu advau WANTED HELP. - . WANTED. At imtc, a wood turner, stivc-t, Doadu.od. tf ! WANTED - (lii l for m i r.i.- iiiu iui general work at Mrs. ConUun'i Guli h. Iiku ktail MALE HELP WANTED Reliable men to sell our high giade lubricating oils, si'i a.M',-., painl.-, and ar-nisbes. Salary or commission. Adress. ('nti'al Hetining Co.. Clove 'f. land, ohm i z' WANTED - Jill for general housework. Mack Hills telephone 1LT, 1. 1 YOl'NtJ MEN -Our illustrated 1 ata logue explains how we teach barber trade, mailed free. Moler Harbor College, .Minneapolis. Minn. AGENTS WANTED. Local agents and district managers wanted for the Provident Saving Life of New York. Liberal contracts. Bond required. Apply to 15. A. Bruce, general agent, for North and South Dakota, at Yankton, South Dakota. WANTED.- Three girls for general housework, two cooks and otic laundress and one good yard man. Hood wages to all. Apply to Mrs. Conklin's Intelligence office, T Wall street, Lead City. STRAY V. I ).- From the lulls act of Contial City, one roan horse, white spot on withers, had bell on. about '.1 vai., old. If the linih r will 1:0-tily nie where to get him or bring him to nie at Central or Deadwood. I will pay lor Ihe Double. Patsy WANTED Four hoi.--e dri . 1 .1. .!. 1'eblliailsiMl. I x ) - Otliers Follow My Stock is Complete in ALL BRANCHES and my PRICES are Tlio ijOwcst of Xiao Low Try My Place with an Order audit not fully Satislactory in ,evey way don' come again. No. 7. CHARLES STREET GREEN The Grocer 643 State School of nines, LOCATE D VT , RAPID CITY, S. D. orKKWS THIS COL'KSK AS FOLLOWS: 1...A MINING tNGlNEERirJG CCOURSE 2. A COLLtGF PREPARATORY COURSE. Tho next term belua Wednesday. Sept- lit, lHuO. For further Information addreaa, .. ROBERT l 8LAGLE, President, Rapid City, 8. D. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES And SPRING WAGONS Made exclusively fur the Illack Ililld tru-lo. j If you want a new vehii le of any kind it will lay you to call and look our stork over, and learn our prices, for tlicy are tho lowest of tho low, yet the vehicles are the Best of the Best FULLER & BROWN. v h 650 Main, Has beeu re-openJ by that tamoua, well know n Beer Hall King, ED. BISCHOFF Who hud been In the saloon business iu Deadrtood for five years. VISITORS ho nrii iil'.Mivs llliLtle welcollu'. will rin-1 I'verylliing urui and clean, and tan 1 .us 1 Elm K u uifs. cicjuois. a:.J Cigars to be found iu the city. The Maverick .550 Main Si. Deadwood. X Vs. . X N t- .V.N -V. -V. V . - . . . -m SE SURE Is one of the oldest and most popular plac-uk iu the city. full and complete stock of the most choice Wines, ERiuors and Cigars onstautly carried. Place 4c Stewart, the new proprietors, have secured the sole agency for the celebrated Saratoga Springs water and is now ptepared to serve the public with this most delicious beverage. You are always wi ll ome at Tlia DERBY. Place & Stewart Props. j Main Street Deadwood. : .V..V.V.V.V.."V.T.S I fc.. T. J. DOWD, Watctaater, Optiiion. imte Black Hills Jewelry to Grdar. Watch Examiner for the Elkhorn R. R. Work and Prices Guaranteed. Lee St. Deadwood. IQOLD, GOLD, HOW IT fc LITTERS! VLL GOLD LOOKS ALIKE TO SOME, j 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, 651 J2 Main Street. LUNCH COUNTER. IN ED HEALY'S PLACE. Neat and Clean. Everything pertaining to lunch, Buch 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 DAY AND MAY BE CALLED BY EITHER TELEPHONE. W txtasssa zxzzzn v.v.i izzxs Lee-Glass Ardreseen Wholesale Hardware Bicycles and Sporting CoocSs. 1219-21-23 HARNEY ST.. OiiAHA J. C. CARSON, Agent. Da Kin Office tjyudicLe Bla. 24 YERS IN THt BLACK HILLS FA WILLI ABLY KNOWN AS THE ..Old King Brewer-been a resident of CENTRAL, for all these years and is still at the same old stand Who? Why, Henry Rosenkrantz of course. r-c utdii ..So. Oak V.V.V8 Si Merchants Express, Next to Opera House Block, Main St. . .Harrison Thon? No. 141. . Transfer work of all kinds solicited and promptly attended S-hottoId-&od. to, packing ana niowuj; ui Knrinltv. The Maverick Lee St. near Main, Deadwood. - j Most popular of all sewing ma- , chines. Second hand mastiines for j sale or rent of all kinds. j All makes of m-chines repaired. j A. N. PARKS Ms:r. Main Street Deadwood, !S OPEN. After going through a thoro course of repairs suck as repapcriug, refitting ; refuroisliing, etc, the Keystone is now one of the di .li able hostelnes iu the city Neatest and cleanest dining room I and oflice In tiie cit y. One Dollar Per Day. j PETER KICKEU, Prop... ,'AV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VVA 1 Ihe Latest Thing: Out I.ot'k jiikI I'lIAlN stitch ( 'otiiliiiii'il in- t wo M;i hiiics in otic Thi' liijli skm(1 ST.M.K1" Kotary W. R. YATES, Astt. DEADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA. THK I'.II.I. OF FAKM ..AT... mi i - I -, com pl.'Ic -Tludr tal lo im rils ihe p;uunia;e ot the I puLlic. I No. l'.i Ie St;ri't. I Aetna Powder Co,! Dynamite and. Blacl htai Fuse and Caps, Electric Batteries Batteiy Supplies. W. fi ADAMS COMPANY MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL Security at a lawful rate of interest. Business strictly confldentiaL Will call at your residence If requested. D. JACOBS. Cigar Store Opposite BnllocK Hotel. Dr. Bismarck Dr. G(0. S. Von WEDELSTAEDT. C ffices Olympic Elock, Opposite B. & M. Depot. 02...Re., 21, City Creek. Tel. B. H. 201. Lobby Saloon .v has gone thru "a thoro course of repair and cleaning and is now one1 of the TXTlcost Place to be found in Deadwood for a social ""opposite the bullock We Want... You to understand that we are un der small expense and can do tetter by you on MEATS of all kinds than any of our competitors. Give us a chame to prove our assertion, by glT-lng us a trial order. JOLITZ fc LYNCH KW-m '"2 rr" ""''2 "121a-., Ithe brick - Next door to"' the Bullock) FINEST ORCHESTRA In the City-Carry a full line of Best , Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .You are always welcome, RYAN and RILEY Props. Miss Harvey TEACHER OFrPIANO. STUDIO, 30b mDAMS BLOCK. DEADWOOD, 8. D. THE Keystone Hotel i ' l 'i i los street iu .i i Street to a point op- . ... tl. rold storage plant where P"-'' ,, - ,..n, I, the he tulnnm """' l,ft s.d "f Charles Street, down to Sh.rnu.M Street. luii Sherman to I.eo lon- to Main and up Main ,h','r. .....ion will disband and where 'H' ' .... 1 1 ..!... elilie.s or weieoine aim uuit-a . i..., will be made. an Tfie prions organizations will form in ,).,. following onier. HEAD OF COLUMN. i-ni.-'.t ; of l'vthias Hand of I.ead Mar l -jll j,!,.s. the ( andidates for sheriff in ,hP si I :l;it-K Hills rounti.'S as fob nws: William Moses. Butte County, josse Hi ow n. Meade County. .1. T. In gorpoll. rennington County. Neil D-n- t,T County, I I'M l'euy. ran v!i:ty, and .Tames Ii. Harris, . County. FIRST DIVISION. RiviT Law i'' n f "Theodore" l'eter Zoeckler. rnnmian ling, assisted by .loo Targe. Dick Hall, ('has Lindsay. Duff Hern-,r,i (irnuin V. Ong. Al. Smith, and pavi.l Drown. Will form on lower Main Street with, right resting at frank Kellar's barn. Northern Hills Smooth Riders. Lawrence County Smooth Kiders. Southern Hills Smooth Itiders. Smooth Riders Ki'om the Valley. SECOND DIVISION. iae K Connor, eoinnianiling. as -1-1 - 1 h l'eter I!. Sweeny. .lohu Si (il lap!, .b'lin P. McElroy. -T. K. Ham mnn'.l. P. R M'-Carly. and T. O. Mil- h ,11 Will form on west side of Main s;:v. i wiih right resting at Labor Vainn Hall. Rapid f'ity Hand Sturgis City Flambeau Club. Stums City Marching Club. Kaiiiii City Marching Club. Whitewood Marching Club. St. Onge Marching Club. Meade County Clubs. Pennington County Club;. THIRD DIVISION, (jeorge C. Carler, coiuinand i u :. as-slstnil by C. If. Henderson. Chris. S. Eastman'. T. ,L C.riggs. Will form en past side of Main Street with right resting- opposite Labor Vnkm Hall Rapid City Drum Corps. Kevstone Flambeau Club. Keystone Marching Club. I TI-ll Citv llrvan and Stevenon Club. ' Kochford Hryan Club Custer County Marching Cluhs Fall Hivor County Cluhs. FOURTH DIVISION. John R Fagin, commanding, assisted by B. II. Landis, Herbert and Henry Majors. Will form on west side of Main street with right resting at Fargo's store. Lead City Drum Corps. Englewood Flambeau Club. Enslewood Hryan and Stevenson Club Pluma Bryan and Stevenson Club. Galena Hryan and Stevenson Club. FIFTH DIVISION. Charles H. Schaad. commanding, assisted by John H. Lucy, Charles Baskor, Fred Sidner, and F. M. Wall. "Will form on east side of Mian street with right resting opposite Fargo's store. Terry Band. Terry Flambeau Club. Terry Bryan and Stevenson Club. Bald Mountain Invlncibles. Pprtland Bryan and Stevenson Club. Preston Bryan Club. Lawrence Connty Clubs. SIXTH DIVISION. Peter .Torey. commanding, assisted bf John E. Moberg. David Campbell David Nelson and Al Gerrans. Will form on west side of Main street with right resting at A. H. Oleson's residence. Terraville and Central Drum Corps. Central City Flambeau Club. Central City Bryan and Stevenson Club Terraville and Central Ladies' Marching Club. Terraville Bryan and Stevenson Club. SEVENTH DIVISION. Hiram Dotson. commanding, assisted by Lee Brooks. T. C. Pryor. Frank Baker and C. A. Dana. Will lorm on east side of Main street with right resting opposite A. H. Oleson's residence. Belle Fourche Flambeau Club. Belle- Fourche Bryan and Stevenson Club. Spearflsh Marching Club. Redwater Regulators. Butte County and Northern Clubs. EIGHTH DIVISION. ;Dr. N. M. Wade, commanding, assisted by James Cuslck, C. R. Evans, Dan Diltz, Al Aladalo and Gus Abram-on. Lead Woodman Band. Lead Flambeau Club. Lead Marchlne Clulb. Finnish Band. Finnish Marching Club. NINTH DIVISION. .14 Day, commanding, assisted by JohnTlerney, Bryan Rossiter, John Alison and James. Conzett. Will form on east side of Main ptreet with rtSht reatlne t Klkhorn freight nT Tot Deadwood Band. Peadwood Flftnbeau Club. .1 Deadwood fcarchlne emu. vfiltoni In Carriages and followed by 1 i I j j I ', I Next to City Hail, Deadwood, rf. I). r, WE WILL MOVE WAN , 1 Ti.: I" I ; I Si e(,;, hand lumlicr 1 1,11. ini h. II. M. Triiesdell. I Main st re, t. 1" "l-'it i FOR SALE. 5ALI0. Household goods; a' t el removal No. 11 Eoresl Foli iiveuue. FOR S I'LIO. (In Dodge crusher bargain. J. P. S. I). Ki )U SAI.i: - fie. 10 IM-lOt e nearly new No. 2 , can he had at a llymer, Deiulwood, lu 'J. I 1 m lUim s t 0 v o s a 11 il hou held goods at S 1 Main street. FOR RENT. Rlt REIT. Th lodging boils. Mrs. I Inquil ' C. Miller of Hint Kogers ut. -Muhiiii C U Uonier ;it lice. assay office or H. Young's of tf Foil KENT New 7 room house on Forest avenue. Electric iignis, baths and all modern improvements. Apply to I'ioncer Times. ...... cell "III'VT Till! flUOSt UltH M I wii - and best located, steam heated and electric, lighted oftues in me o.j are for rent at low prices..' In-1 quire of O. C Jcwett, Room 20., Waite building. ROOMS TO RENT AT MODERATE PRICES. Suites of living rooms in the WAITE BUILDING, ea'ch 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 show them to anyone who may be interested. O. C. Jewett, Agent. F0R RENT OnIngleside, house with seven rooms, with barn. If tken at once, can be had at $15 per month, inquire of J. P. Hymer, office in Martin & Masonjilock. SIX-ROOM house to rent. S00 Upper Main street. 2w RENT. three unfurnished FOR. unit hath room, for light housekeeping. Inquire 55 Forrest avenue. :' . o21m FOR RENT. A new five-room house with bath, 68 Denver avenue. tf O F. S No. 23, DEADWOOD. ReKu'lar minings second and tcu'th Mnndavs at 7-30. All members cordially Y3 Ivv,, I PHILLIPS. W. M. . r . ii' lit ttXsrrA DON'T BE FOOLED! 1 ake tne genuine, ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medicine Co.. Madison. VSk. It Hwn, v ia well. Our trade mark cut on rckaee i'.-lec, .is "t-,n Kulk. A.ccpt no substl t,,t t." v:iur ttrvvvi't PALMER HOUSE NEW BUILDING, NEW FURNTUKE. NEW ttk,uyu I. concuon with the are ten finely rurmsncu . I tiotVl '- , . . r. C- . !- icra Icca ", '., ,.' -.. !'' 'y 1 i-h-i" '.' ' ' ,. ,, v, ,,, a.,. ,- ,,;)i:iir n November 20th IF YOU'RE BROKE, Or If you want money for a business proposition, WE'VE GOT IT. Unredeemed pledges in the line of Jewelry, too, at auch low pries that you will think we 8T0LE THEM. DEADWOOD LOAN OFFICE, No. 21 Lee Street. Harrison l'lioue -o. r f "CUPIOCHE" Tht vrMtVMatahll 1 Into the New ADAMS block. From mow on we will make- a CLOSING OUT SALE cn all lines of goods carried, (ionic to mil- store for PAK!AINS. , . DESViOUTH'S ARK .. a k 1 -V St No. 70-72 Sherman St. UNDERTAKING and EMBALMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Skilfully and competently done. A full stock ot coffins, casketa, robes, wreaths and, In fact, everything pertaining to funeral regalia, constantly on hand. O.H ROBINSON Harrison Phone 134. Parlors, No. ll4 Sherman St MANHOOD RESTORED ri tlnn of k fwnoos French uhyildnn. will auickl tionof famous French phyalclaD, will quick lr cur tou of ail n Toaa or (Ls-aes of Ihe ccnerauve onruus, such as Lomi Manbxx1. Insomdft, ralnlntheBack.fBemiiial iaiusioan, Nervous lbiiitj FiinpJMiUuiilntas to Alarry, ExhAusting Xraina, Varicocele t.d Constipation. It stops all losses br clay or nlgbt Prevwnta quick- i BEFORE AND AFTER ki Jnera ard the . l ' C- U nrriDllTK mtrmrlhni rvl tiffwmall orinary orrrarMol mii iflifHirUiefc ualr nrwnt weate organs i&ZuZ" br WiU tieod cr KM circular aod lmoU. AMtaa DATUI. JUOICZHE , P. X Col 5070 Baa ftmucfeco, Od, XvBaUtg F0R8ALE AT FAUST'S PALACE PHARMACY. 1 Your Dusiness is rwjiaum-It solicited. C. W. Kendle, ; Mgr. hot and cow waier u Open day and nlghL Short order a ipecialty. SING YOU Prop THE PEOPLE. 3E. MeDONALDV-MarEh aL J0HN R. WILSON, Chairman.

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