The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on November 2, 1900 · Page 3
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 3

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Friday, November 2, 1900
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1900. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEAD WOOD, S. D. PROGRAM. LUBEN Flnnisn Band. Finnish Marching Club! NINTH DIVISION. Lee Day, commanding, assisted by John TIerney. Bryan Roasiter. John $ I k , . ft 4 THE SINGER is now locaated In the SYNDICATE BLOCK Lee St. near Main, Deadwood. CHARLIE tie Tailor Labor Union Hall, Lower Mala StreeL SYNDICATE BLOCK, LEE STREET., CARRIES A FULL LINE OF j ( Staplr Fancy Groceries ( ( ; j I Since getting Into his NEW ..QUARTERS, is now prepared right... He can fit you out with swell business suit or an elegant dress suit for from $18 to In quality, workmanship and finish his goods are unsurpassed. GO IN AND SEE HIS SAMPLES. ..5! 2 Lee Street, Deadwood. kWiVvwjbviVajm O. C. JEWETT. ARCHITECT. New Waite Block. OKADWOOD. it D TILlo ircaao Pktek Iv'Ki.rxi), I'kop. Is where you get that dellcluua drtuk known ttirougho'- the country as Anhaus-r Biiach you .now ber. A Dice luiico constantly on tha bar. lieut bran, 1 of drlnka and clgara always on hand L-e atreet. Deadwood. to a i AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Prouipt delivery of all Orders," our Motto. 1 Walter L Vercoe, M. D . . EYE AND EAR JJ -JJ 3 Occulist B. S. M. R. R. Deadwootl. S. D. .. Tel. Harrison. Dr. Collier OSTEOPATH LEAD AND DEADWOOD. Dttadwood office at Qllloior lloua. Moo-dnys, Wedaeadays. and I- rldays. Ltx d office. 416 Malu Street. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Wuson and James Conzett. Will form on east side of Main street with right resting at Elkhorn freight depot Deadwood Band. Deadwood Flambeau Club. ; Deadwood i,arcl ng Club. ! Visitors In Carriages and followed by i THE PEOPLE. E. Mi DONALD, Marshal. . , uNc GENT A WORD Advertisements under tins bead ONI' CLNT A WOLD each insenioi, whu, r.iu less lhau one lmnil'i. Itilee liu s 11.0(1 ihi uielltti. payable lu adwuie , WANTED-HELP. vfl . , WA.NTKD. At once, a wood li.iiier. al the Lisli A, Hunter Co, Shei man Stl'ei t, lV;ul( od. U ANTKl). -Girl for work at No. '.1 ,Lt gleside. geiieial huue Kmiii street, In MALIC HKLI' WAN l'K I) IMiablu men to sell our high grade iiiliricat-ing oils, greases, paints and varnishes. Salary or commission. Adress. Central Refining Co. Cleveland, Ohio. W ANTKl). (Ln for work. Ilia, k J 1 1 11k general house-teleihone 12,", I. YOl .Nt; MEN. Our illustrated catalogue explains Ikmv ue teach bar-Iiit trade, mailed free, Moler Barber College, Minneapolis. Minn. AGENTS WANTED. Local agents and district managers wanted for the Provident having Life of New York. Liberal contracts. Bond required. Aply to E. A. Bruce, general agent, for North and South Da Others Pollow My Stock is Complete in ALL BRANCHES and my PRICES are Tlio Lowest of tlao Low Try My Place with an Order and if not fully Satisfactory in .evey way don' come again, No. 7. CHARLES STREET GREEN The Grocer kota, at Yankton, South Dakota. I V.'ANTLD Three girls lor general -hiiiiM-u 01 k. two cooks amMnie laun j dress and one good yard man. Cued waues to all. Apply to Mrs. t'unMiii . Intelligent-., ulice, 7 Wall j 643 State School of nines, LOOATED RAPID CITY. S. D. OrF'CRS THIS COUKSK AS FOLLOWS: 1...A MINING fcNGINEERIMG CCOURSE 2. A COLLtGE PREPARATORY COURSE. The neit term begins Wedaeailay.Sept. 19, 1900. For further Information addresB, .. ROBERT L. SLAGLE, President, Rapid City. S. O. iKiisrasS jmJsrj&jBt The Maverick 65a Main, H,c3 heen re-opened by that famous, well know n Beer Hall King, ! j ' . 1 ! ED. BISCHOFF Who has been in the saloon busi-m-j iu I it'iidwlHxJ for live yeara. VISITORS h ! Who iiro alwa3 made weltome, wlli fiiid t'iri' thing UMt an.l tU'uii. iUid tht' t'c.-t sttH k of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars to be found in the city. ' The Maverick 65o Main Si. Deadwood ! To 3E SURE Is one of the oldest and most popular plac et in the city. full and 1 0111 pie v stock of the most chm e Wines, Liquors Cigars onstantly carried. Place k. iStewart, i;.e4ivw proprietors, have seemed I be sole agency for the celebrated Saratoga Springs ater and ist now prepared to serve the p ii Due. with this most delicious beverage. You are always welcome at THE DERBY. If Place & Stewart Props. Mam Stc-t Deduvood. T. J. DC WD, jWatctaaicr, Optife. Jewells! Black Kills Jewelry to Order. Watch Fxaminer for the .'Clkhorn R. R. Work an j Prices Guaraiteed.- Lcr St. Deadwood. GOLD, GOLD. HOW IT 0 LITTERS! &.LL GOLD LOOKS ALIKE TO SOME, 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, 6SV2 Main Street. NEW . LUNCH COUNTER. IN EO 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 DAY AND MAY BS CALLED BY EITHER TELEPHONE. tf z&zzzi ssssvs Lee-Glass -Ardreseen Wholesale Hardware Bicycles and Sporting Goods. 1219-21-23 HARNEY ST.. OMAHA J. C. CARSON j Agent. D ot Office b Turtle. l Blk- YEpRS IN THt BLACK HILL? FAMILLIABLY KNOWN AS THE ..Old Kins Brewer.. been a resident f CENTRAL for all these years and is still at the same old stand Who? Why, Henry Rosenkranti of course. CENTRAL. -.So. Oak STiVSSI. SSSVW iVS Merchants Express, Next to Opera House Block, Main St. . . LTarrisan Phone No. 141 . . Transfer work of all kinds so licited and promptly attended to, packing and moving of Pianos and household goods specialty. Your business is respectfully solicited. C. W. Kendle. Mar. 4i O A the to by any BUGGIES, CARRIAGES And SPRING WAGONS. Made exclusively for the Black Hills , If you want a new vehlele of any our stock over, and learn our prices, BLACK HILLS BRYAN DAY. l,iajwooil. S. II., Nov. 3, 1300. Salute of thirteen un.s. Arrival oi special trains. -Concert Cor. Main & Lee streets by the Belle Kourche and Spearflsli Consolidated lianils. Hands will escort speakers to Opera House. Speaking at Opern House Asseinldy of Marchini: Clubs. -Grand Parade. Speaking at the Opera House. i:W a jo (.(II V .3.0" i' 7.3" I S O" 9 3" I Th' pro'' sion will assemble at . :., a,l will nil) "- at X : 00 sharp. The uilunui win lorm ou low er main street ii' ar Kollar's barn, and cover rcet I', .u' Kollar's bain.aud t e foi.".wng line of marcfr; I'll Main St rert to Pine Strfi the I'l On l'ini' 1 Sherman Street L'p Sherman to Charles Street (on right side of street) .Up Charles Street to a point, opposite the cold storage plant where the column will counter march on the left side of Charles Street down to Sherman Street. i Down Sherman to Lee i Aloni: Lee to Main and up Main ( the pnieesion will diShand and where i an aldn of welcome and other speeches will lie made. I The various organizations will form I in the following order. j HEAD OF COLUMN. j Knights of Pythias nam! of Lead i Marshall Aides, the candidates for sheriff in the six I Hack Hills counties as fol- ( lows: "William Moses. Butte County. , Jesse Brown. Meade County. J. T. In- , gersoll. Pennington County. Neil lien nis. Custer County, Ted Petty. Kail River County, and 'James B. Harris. Lawrem e County. FIRST DIVISION. Col. Theodore" Peter Zo- cki, :. commanding, assisted liy Joe 1.:iit". Dirk Hall Chas Lindsay. Duff Bern . ard. Onnan I". Ong. Al. Smith, and David Brown. Will form on lower Main Street with, right resting at , Frank Kellar's barn. i Northern Hills Smooth Riders. i Lawrence County Smooth Riders. , Southern Hills Smooth Riders. Smooth Riders From the Valley, j SECOND DIVISION. Dave K. Connor, commanding, as sisted by Peter B. Sweeny, John Scol- j iarrt, John V. McElroy, ,1. K. Ham- i mnnd. P. 11. McCarty. and T. O. MiMi , elf. Will form on west side' of Main"! Street with right resting at Labor , Union Hall. Rapid City Hand Stursis City Flambeau Club. i Sturgis City Marching Club. j Rapid City Marching Club. ! Whilewood Marching Club. St. Onge Marching Club ' Meade County Clubs. I Pennington County Clubs. THIRD DIVISION. ( George C. Casler. commanding, assisted by C. H. Henderson. Chas. S. j Eastman, T. J. Griggs. Will form on j east side of Main Street with right , Testing opposite Labor Union Hall. Rapid City Drum Corps. Keystone Flambeau Club. Keystone Marching Club. Hill City Bryan and Stevenson Club. Rochford Bryan Club. Custer County Marching Clubs. Fall River County Clubs. FOURTH DIVISION. John B. Fagln, commanding, assisted by B. H. Landls. Herbert Gro-hong and Henry Majors. Will form on west side of Main street with right testing at Fargo's store. Lead City Drum Corps. Englewood Flambeau Club. Eaglewood Bryan and Stevenson Club Pluma Bryan and Stevenson Club. Galena Bryan and Stevenson Club. FIFTH DIVISION. Charles H. Schaad. commanding, assisted by John H. Lucy, Charles Basker,-Fred Sidner, and F. M. Wall. Will form on east side of Mian street itn right resting opposite Fargo's store. Terry Band. Terry Flambeau Club. Xerry Bryan and Stevenson Club. Bald Mountain Invlncibles. Portland Bryan and Stevenson Club. Preston Bryan Club. Lawrence County Clubs. SIXTH DIVISION. Peter Jorey, commanding, assisted T John E. Moberg. David Campbell JWd Nelson and Al Gerrans. Will jorm on west side of Main street with "wt resting at A. H. Oleson's resi-wnce. Terravllle and Central Drum Corps. Central City Flambeau Club, antral City Bryan and Stevenson Club, lerravllle and Central Ladies' March-t., tag Club, 'wravllle Bryan and Stevenson Club. SEVPMTU mwieinu Jttnu BotsoB, mnaanding, as- or Lee Brooks, T. C. Pryor, I Baker and C. A. Dana. Will tora on east side of Main street with resting opposite A. H. Oleson's Fourche and Spearflsh Con- p- solldated Band. eila Fourche Flambeau Club. Tourche Bryan and Stevenson ' Club. j Spearflsh Marching Club. Bum-' J?edwater Regulators. County and Northern Clubs. j. EIGHTH DIVISION. tlstiwi v ao. OTmnjanam8;, as-WTnI,.ame" Cuslck. C. R. Erann, ltz Al Aladalo and Gus AbTam- 1 , I4 Woodman Band. Flambeau Club. Iad Marching Clulb. ''- 1 mosi popular of ail sewing ma- chines. Second hand machines for sale or rent of all kinds. All makes of m-chines repaired. A. N.PAHKS Mp;r. THE Keystone Hole nlain Street Deadwood, IS OPEN. After going through a thoro course j of repairs such as repaperiug, relitting j refurnishing, etc, the Keystone is now one of the desirable hostelries in the city 1 Neatest and cleanest dining room and oilice in the city. One Dollar Per Day. PETER KICKEU, Pro ) he Latest Thing Out A X'K 'ollll'i . 1 1 1 I CHAIN stiuli two .M;irliines 1 11 'tin-. Tlit liili sjiccil AMAi:i)" Kot;uv. SI W. R. YATES, At. DEADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA. Till-: iMLL OF FA KMC ..AT... M Restaurant H complete j Tluir tal.le nuriis itie patrouae of the 1 puLIIc. I No. 1! Ivee Si. "eel. km Powder lio, Dynamite and Biaci Powder,. Fuss and Caps, Electric Batftife , Battery SuDDlies. w e adams company! MONEY LOJNEO ON COLLATERAL Security at a lawful rate of InteresL Business strictly confidential. Will call at your residence If requested. D. JACOBS. Cigar Store Opposite Bullock Hotel. DR. BISMARCK DR. GEO. S. VOX WEDELSTAEDT Ofice Phone. B. H. 202. Re. 21 City Creek, Phone, B. H. 201. Lobby Saloon ha. gone thru a thoro course of repair and cleaning and Is now one of ISTloost Place be found in Deadwood for a social time. OPPOSITE THE BULLOCK We Want... You to understand that we are under small expense and can Uu better you on M EATS of all kinds than of our competitors. Give us chance to prove our assertion, by giving us a trial order. JOLITZ & LYNCH THE BRICK H Next door to' the Bullock) FINEST ORCHESTRA i, la the City t Carry a full line of Best Wines, Liquors and CI- 5 gars. 2 You are always welcome. U RYXfl and RILEY Props. g223S KSSSSSKS ZZZZZZZZi Miss Harvey TEACHEROF PIANO. STUDIO, 305 aDAMS BLOCK. DEADWOOD, 8. D. HI ho I the yet tho vehicles are the Best of the Best. FULLER & BROWN. Next to City Hall, Deadwood, S. D. HIP I 1 1 I I H 41 stieet. Lead 'ity. T 1 1 A V !: I ). From the hill., 'em 1 ai 'ity. one 1 tian h.01 UChl, ol -, will!- spin. 011 wilher--, ba l bell on. alioul !i years old. If the linder will no tify nie where to gel him or bring him to nie at (' ntral or Deadwood. 1 will pay lor the trouble. Pat.''' Koss. WANTED. Pom ,..r-e ' d iver 'j. .!, Feldhausen. WANTEW. Second hand lumber wuson. h II. M, Tl:! Main t-i:e. t. 10 :il Ht FOR SALE. -Household goods; ac removal No. 4 1 Forest 10 21 lot FOIl SAL10 t tllllll of a veil lit;. I 'OK ST1.F. on Dodge crusher bargain. .1 1'. nearly can In Hy rner. new No. had al 1 D ulwooil. S. I) 10 Ft lit "SA LK"-1leHtin stoves :l lm a n d household good.-, at XI- Main street. FOR RENT. F(7irKh:rir.-TheM.:s. L. C. Miller lodging house, lmiuiie of Hurt Rogers at Maloney's assay office or C 0- Gorder at H. H. Young's of- IKe. jr FOR RENT. New 7-room house on Forest avenue. Electric. lights, baths and all modern improvements. Apply to Pioneer-Times. OFFICES-FOR RENT. The finest and best located, steam heated and electric lighted offices in the 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 the 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 bo pleased to show them to onvono who mav be interested. O. C. Jewett, Agent. FOR RENT On Ingfeside, house with seven rooms, with Darn. lr tken at once, can be had at $15 per month. Inquire of J. P. Hymer, office In Martin & Mason blot SiXTR00Mhouse to renL 3r) Upper Main street. 2w FOR RENT. Three unfurnished rooms and bath room, for light housekeeping. Inquire 55 Forrest avenue. - o21m FOR RENT. A new five-room house with bath, 68 Denver avenue, tf O. E. S. No. 23, DEADWOOD. Regular meetings secor.'l anJ tt'i'th Mondays at 7:30. All members cordially mvloM AVNIK T. PHII.T.IPS. W. M. Estray Notice. One gray mare, weight about 1400. branded L on right shoulder, dim. Had bell on svhen lost, October 5th. Finder please notify F. Zipp. Dead-wood, South Dakota. 'nn'pi-ieus h!Ml ptji-en. nic-lit if-e: t : . .. -...4 i 1 t -e! ,l ; rtal1': nr. C-rep.'d..t r f'Hrtly pnval ri-'warft f imitntors who aio fM'io8 .,.,.t-,.r,l.M..'Vllvrr. CnK DONT.BE FOOLED! Tak tM (enuiDc, wiju ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madlawt MdJ-dae Co.. Moditott, Vtls. It teeot yoa well. Oar trad mark cut or. turh package. Price. cent.. Never ol 1. Kik. Ajceot 'DO aubi A mi aar dmrcift. I a trade. kind it will pay you to call and look for they aro tho lowest of the low, 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 such low prices that you will think we 8TOLE THEM. DEADWOOD LOAN OFFICE, No. 21 Lee 8treeL I y I 4 exceaaea, or cigaretta amokine;. Care. Lmi VVt VWIi IVIUVI- November 20th Into the New ADAMS block. From now on we will make a CLOSING OUT SALE en all lines of goods carried. Come to our store for BARGAINS. DERiOUTH'S ARK No. 70-72 Sherman St. Harrison Phone No. 44. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES -Skilfully and competently done. A full stock of coffins, casketa, robes, wreaths and, In fact, everything pertaining to funeral regalia, constantly on hand. O. H, ROBINSON Harrison Phone 134.' Parlors, No. 114 Sherman St. (IfflMWH ! VIGOR I VITALITY I MORMON BISHOPS PILLS hsv. been la w SSlr ' OTCr 60 Jers bT leaden of the Mormon Chnrch and their Su2 followers. Pcwitivclr enret the Wont caaea la old and yoanr er)4nS from rlfecti of .ell-abase, dissipation, NaaaaaiL Impotracy, a.., rawer, mtrawMM, aptnaamraMa, inaomaim, Paiaa in Bmrk, Evil IMairea, Somimaa Emlaaioaa, l.ama Back, Ntmai BebUitr. fiaaalarlia, VnOtaiasa t ttmrry, L,q f jaa n, Vari fMaj eaeele.orCaiMlpav- lloa, Htope l,alcliaeaa ml IiacharK. 8topa Narroat. Ji I J Twltehtavr tf ltda. Eflectaara Immediate. Impart vigor and potency to every l'j 4 hinctlon. Don't gwt aespondent, a cure la at hand. Beatore. aroall, ondeTeloped iMMaUorana Stimulate, brain and nerra center. &0c. a box, for UM by aoaU. X wruvea guarantee, to ear ot money refunded, wlthsboxee. Ctrcaiar. Iree. - f- - - Address, BISHOP REMEDY CO, 8an Francisco, CaU FOR SALE AT FAU3T8 PALACE PHARMACY. - tL !;-.""-! ii I tm tMaMadMMrtTaaMsWaaMaMMamJi

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