The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on May 26, 1899 · Page 6
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May 26, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIOKBBR TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 26, NttMHIIMMfMIHIUHHiniHIIHI .Ift.flt.ll.l.lMi IMMHIIKH IIMMMIIIt lllll HIM "? HEAD PIONEER-TIMES, i The Pioneer-Times U on sale at L. D. Jacobs' Bazar, where you can also get the finest emote In town. (tf.) John Hooper of Rochford came up yesterday to visit his brother-in-law, Mr. Hi'hop, who is confined to the Homestake hospital with a broken leg. Kenry Schnitzel's assay office will be temporarily located in the basement of hte residence, No. 8 Guinn street (Slavonian Alley). .LEAD'S Mammoth Department Store announcement! Our Stocks are now complete and full in all Departments. 1S99. LEAD, S. D. i MAY 26, added those who have fallen In lh- liiti Ccorge W. Dorrarne, the old lime painter of 1-ad, has- decided to go to ruin Ling, and will boon go out on tne A. O. U. VV. I'ICNIC. The Picnic association, th" 'Inly which It Is to chooao a place for th. annual Workman picnic, hclil Its meeting In Lead. Thtce were member! present from all the lodm ami there were iw-v-, eraJ caadklaUis for the honor of -nt-talnlng the crowd. Strflnh came out range north of bore. Mrs. Itorrance will We trust tin- usual respect and consideration will Lc- eliottn the day and that all will take advantage of the occasion and K" wnh u.s to the cumtery arid strew flowers on th graves of the dead The services of the day will consist of an address In the Miners' Union hall by Miss go to California for the benefit of her health. Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Class and Oils, Mine and Mill Supplies. Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Wraps and Suits, Carpets, Trunks and Valeses and House Furnishings. Rod-strom & Oa glye you two dosetn winner, as Indeed It should, for there li beautiful stamp portraits. Cor 25 Norma I). Crawford of Hethany college, Call and see them, next aoor to Kansas, a talented lady and a brilliant Campbell. (ttj not a place In the Mack f 1 1 1 1 more uited for It. The picnic will U; held Aufust 2. o Memorial day orator, a parade to the M. J. AlUnaon has money to loan at cemetery and 1he usual servlwe there. reasonable rates. Ileal estate and Insur It Is requested that all places of bti.sl- ance business transacted; collection! uvhh close from II a. m. to 5 p. m. Com ALBA HEY WOOD. Alba Heywowl ai aa Impersonator h an entertainment In hlnuelf, and kept the audience in a rare good humor, ills made.. Cotton & Andrews block, Lead. (5-24-tf rade tleorge Wells is appointed marshal of the day and all soclwtli will be as- signl places In the parade by him character aketchi of the "Heathen Chi Mrs. Victor Chapman, who has been A union Memorial service for the Sun nee and Sairwuithii Allan were espe With unequalled facilities for buying and selling we ask your iEspection of The Largest Quantity. The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. THE quite ill, Is convalescing. cially fine and exhibited a remarkable BRYAN & GESKEY have money to genius and original humor -Albany loan In any quantity on good terms. (Ore.) Morning Herald. Real estate, brokerage and fire Insur day evwning preceding the day has been arranged and will be held at the Miners' Union hall on next Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m., and all old soldiers, the members of the late cowboy cavalry, and all soldiers of the Spanish-American war are cordially Invited to meet at hose house This company U brought horo by the Blngera' club at a large expense and will ance business transacteu. AH business attended to with promptness and care. appear at the opera house Monday even' Brettell block. Lead. (3-23-tf.) lng, June 5. Order tickets at Un John Askal. Prod Congi, Feter Olson, ITaharew Ohono. OU3 Juson, Hilda Rova and Minnie lialsa left yesterday for Finland to remain. They went over the Fort No. 1 at 7 o'clock Sunday evening next to attend said services with this post. The following; named Song of Veterans are hereby apKlnted ushers for the hall on that evening: iVank Ball, Harry III I - ion's. o TEKKA VILLE WEDDING. Mr. Fred Harris and Mine Harriet t Adams were united In the holy bonds of wedlock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Adams, In I'ierre out of Lead. Hngp, Hoy Rowland. F. H. Conim, Arthur Monahan, Frank Holgate arid Grant lul ling. 8. R. Smith has the exclusive sale ol the new HERRICK Sanitary Refrigerator. It Is the only one made that has a circulation of air, and keeps Xry YS The past year has been one of unsur passed glory to America, so let us turn lerravuie, at o none Wednesday evening. Rev. W. S.. I'eternon of the Lead Presbyterian church performed the ceremony. Willie AdamB, brother of the bride, anil Miss Kate Itoach stood up when In use. (4-20-tf.) Gates' Rock and Ore crusher out and pay a tribute to those who have A great many old watches which are considered useless may b'J brought given tlnlr live that our beloved country nilgLt be brought to Its present pow. r. fly order of H. E. DEWEY, -GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 11 at Homestake M Co Into service by taking them to the Beemer-Orton company and have with the couple. There were present a large number of Invited guests from Tcr-ravllle, and when they had had an opportunity to congratulate the young bride and groom they were Invited Into the din Tost Commander S. F. ill'SSELL,, Adjutant. . them repaired. (tf.) Fully Described in our No. 1, Catalogue. tu"::r o i n 1 Goods are still going with a rush at the Cohen-Gumblner company's fire ing room, where an elegant supper had Chlorodyne Oough Mixture will cure 8 ? special rmc tr usncr been prepared. The bride has been a res 1 SI k i m sale. Purchasers are coming from every section of the Black Hills to take advantage of the marvelous low prices. They have lots of goods still, but they won't last long the way they have been going out for the last few days. ident of Terravllle since childhood, and be Is universally admired. The groom has lived in Terravllle for many years, but at present Is engaged In stock raisin on the northern ranges. The young that cough, or we refund tno money. L. P- Jenkins, Druggist.. tf. B. R, Smith Im still selling the $65.00 Singer for $32.60 cash, and others) at prices tn proportion. Ed Shimmln, who was so badly Injured Our New Design will imerest you. Gates' High Grade Rolls NO OTHERS EQUAL. THEM- Gates' Improved Vanners. They are the Standard, G-ates, SHoos azxcI Dies Adopted by the flo'nestake Mining Co couple were the recipients of many nice presents, many of which were aa good as FOR SALE, TWO HOISTS. money can buy. Mr. and Mrs: Wilson ny a cage tn the Star hoist a few weeks ago, 1b able to be out again. WANTED Two dining room rirls at the Springer house. Inquire at once. (6-3-1-m) will reside In the Morreau country, where they go with the best wishes of all for One twenty-horae portable friction engdne and bodl ex, adjuetible band foot break, with 300 feet steel cable, complete. On Iatva hlnwAr mi-ttA.hln frwr flftr future happiness and prosperity. o Lawyer L. S. Cull came up from Hot ton faoe. Tremain Steam Stamp Mill, The Prospector's Friend. Fourteen catalogues describe our Mining Machinery. Springs yesterday to look after some le gal matters. One stationary friction drum hoist, fifteen horse-power engine and boiler, MEMORIAL DAY ORDERS. I In aooordanos wit a custom nearly a third of century old, the Grand Army of the Republic has taksa.stsE for the fetwsrvanc of ths 80th day of May, as Vroorla! day to those, who Ml In the jpaat civil . oonfliot, to which may bs 8. R. Smith la having a nice trade In complete. WALL PAPER, he is selling at cue old Two filter presses for ohlorlnatlon or pkm from 10c op per doable roil. cyanlda (4-tO-tt) Enquire of BL Fsost, Lead, 6. IX (tf) t GATES IRON WORKS OTTO F. PURNELL Sole Agt For (he Black Hills. Office Opposite Bullock Hotel ELSTON AVE.. CHICAGO. ILLS, Q ants and Cut Flowers nifi'inn mm Out Flower furnished on twenty-four hoars notice for all occasions from the cradle to the grare. Special rates to wedding parties and funerals. Black Hills C. G. KNIGHT. The" Entire Stock of the Cohn-Gunibiner Co. Consisting of Telsohone 1126 rurnisnii JOHN ELMEHK, Has Received Three Cars of Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Carriages, Rockaways, Road Wagons, Buckboards, Road Carts, Phaetons, Express wagons Etc. , From the Racine "Wagon and Carriage Works. Also second hand rigs cheap. Will sell cheap for cash or on installments. ' S. R. SMITH. LEAD. Hoise Hover mi Repairer. s Etc. Goods, Hats, Cap H Work Done "With Promptness and dispatch, HIAWATHA PARK. - LEAD, 6. D. Slight 1 Damaged by Smoke and Water. V We Have Settled with the Insuraaee Co.'s at Lead Steam LAUNDRY COMHI Ghis on Dollar. C01J3 Furniture no 17 South Gold St. All Orders by Telephone will be Promptly Attend ed to -DEALERS IN Furniture, Crockery Glasswafj HARRISON TELEPHONE 254. Our Wagon will .CM Everything Strictly up to date and prices that cannot on Deadwood Customers Daily The Insurance Company's los3 is your gain. Owlcg to the rush during the past week we were unable to wait on all customers and had to close our doors. With better facilities from now on our doors willlje bpehr People weUlmowigrqodseeryneariven away, and we will continue at the Same rate until the stock is closed out C0HN-GUIV1 B( N ER GO. MA30NIO st ODD TOiLOW BUW, COR. MAIK AMP BLBggia BTRBBTS. ' I.E. DM - - - SOUTHDAKOTA All Work Goinaleed. 0. ROBERTS, Managei ED. HART, Agent, Deadwood Undertakers and Embalmers. tfo.-Afaifi St. Lead, Souih CtVltt'a Wltcb Hazel Sh

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