The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on May 30, 1899 · Page 6
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 6

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, May 30, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1899 mmmmWmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmm9maanmmm' I LEAD PIONEER-TIMES. DECORATION DAi. A most cordial and urgent Invitation is extended to the fire department and all civic societies of the city to be present at organizations and Join the parade and take paft lu the exercises on Decoration day Returned soldiers of the Spanish war, veterans of the Confederate army and Sons of Veterans are requested to fall In LEAD'S Mammoth Department Store ANNOUNCEMENT! Our Stocks are now complete and full in all Departments. 1S99. LEAD, S. D. 30, . I and march with the veterans of the civil war. Wild flowers will be scarcer than usual, owUig to the lateness of the season, therefore, all citizens are asked to provide what likewise ha.l engagwl Ir. C. H. Clark of the l lead wood Methodist church as he proper man. They made no mistake for MA YOIt'H PROCLAMATION. In order to give all our citizens an opportunity to attnl th Memorial day services, and by their presence assist In celebrating this day with due reverence and patriotic npirit it in hereby rejueiteil: ih reverend Kenlleman more than came n tn ihn i nutations of his crowd of flowers they can. Let all remember the day. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS people. Among the many good things he said we give the following brief synop That all business houses close their res Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Glass and Oils, Mine and Mill Supplies. Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Wraps and Suits, Carpets, Trunks and Valeses and House Furnishings. pective places of business from 12 o'clock a. m. until 6 o'clock p. in. and that all flags throughout the city be displayed at half mast during the entire day. . r, A. GUSHUriST, Mayor. sis: "I am here at the earnest solicitation of the committee on arrangements and will say I am proud of the fact that I can wear the copper buttons." He then repeated the passage of the Israelite Arro the Jordon, and the memorial aet up by Joshua. From this he passed to the BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowel are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every powder of brain and body. Only Wo at Kirk O. Phillips. monuments erected all over our great DEATH IN NEVADA OULCH. Patrick O'Dca diod at the home of his daughter,, Mrs. William Tarr In Nevada Gulch, Saturday night of heart failure. land from Bunker Hill to the great west each of which marked some great epoch In our national history. From this he proceeded to show the cause and meaning Witb unequalled facilities for buying and selling we ask your inspection of The Largest Quantity, The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. His death was a surprise to all as he bad not been known to bo In bad health and bad been at work thu day preceding his REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. There will be a delegate convention of the republicans of Lawrence county held of the civil war. He most enthusiastically death. The remains were embalmed by J defended the Idea of expansion and traced the hand of God in the affair of the Amer L. Marcoux and will be shipped to St ican-Spanish war. He paid a most glow I'aul today for burial Ingtlbute to the flag and the Grand Army THE at the city hall in Dead wood at 1:30 p. m. on the SLh day of June, 1899, for the purpose of electing thirty-five delegates to attend the state convention to be held In the city of Redfleld, S. f., on Wednesday, the 28th day of June, 1899, and for such other buslnes sas may come before a MEMORIAL DAY. of the Republic, and our boys now at the TOE! front were not forgotten. He closed with an appeal to the old soldiers to be as true The order for memorial day has been slightly changed and the addres by Miss Norma D. Crawford will be given In the Lena, &. ID. and as loyal to the "King of Kings and Lord of Lords" as they were to the Hag county convention. opera house at 7:30. The following Is the Primaries for electing delegates to this program for the day: of their country when It was In peril. Af convention will be held by the committee ter a song the 'Soldiers Farewell" and The parade forms and at 2 o'clock moves to the K. of P. cemetery, enters, breaks men of the several precincts In the county benediction by Rev. Peterson the meeting on Saturday, June 3, at the place and hour closed.. to be fixed by the several com mil teem in Chlorodyne Cough Mixture will cure Proxies will be allowed, and the several precincts are entitled to the following that cough, or we refund thrj money. L. P. Jeukius. Druggist.. tf. Rt v. Father Stanton called on Father IiEAinvooD. ranks and decoratej graves, the K. of P. baud playing during the ceremony. Assembly sounds, parade moves to South t.cad cemetery, i nters, find forms square about the grave of John Lang. Prayer by Rev. Schenck. Music, Quartet "Cover Them Over" Lincoln's address at Gettysburg Commander.. Music Workman Band.. The roll of honor, the dead of the First South Dakota by the Commander. First Ward 4 Third Ward 7 nnnr 11 UUDU Redmond yesterday. Second Ward 8 Fourth Ward S Kenry Schnitzel' ass&y omce will LEAD. ffla be temporarily located in the basement First Ward 7, Third Ward S Second Ward 9i Fourth Ward 7 of bis residence. No. 8 Onlnn rtreet (Slavonian Alley). OUTSIDE PRECINCTS. Elkhorn 1 Perry l Boulder Park 1 Portland l I L LJ James Cole, the tombstone agent, was Decoration service Salute to the dead, Bear Oulch 1 Pluma Central 1 Reeds . JB. M. Stanton Poet, In Lead on business yesterday. The Pioneer-Times Is on Bale at L. D, Jacobs' Bazar, where you can also Crook City 1 Centennial 1 Ruby Basin . Upper Falee torn Bot- lueiau or u. A. R., and W. R. o. visit the frar of every soldier and see that it The Entire Stock of the Cohn-Gumbiner Co. Consistina of School Dlst. 67 Spearflsh Crow Peak 1 Crow Creek 1 Carbonate 1 Elk Creek 1 Englewood t Oalena 1, St. Onge Terry Termvllle . ... i strewn with flowers.) Music "My Cetintry 'Tla of Thee Quartet and entire assemblage Benediction Rev. Schenck. Parade moves home. Two Bit Garden City 1 Oayvllle 1 Golden Gate 1 servioe at Miner' Union Hall Whltowood . . Preston WoodTlUe . .., School Dlst 47, Kirk Hathaway 1 get the finest smoke in town, (tf.) Victor Jepson spent a few day at Cu-ter and vicinity on business and pleasure combined. S. R. Smith la having a nice trade in WAXL PAPER, be la selling at toe old jrtoM from 10c op per doable roll. (4-0-4f.) The recent heavy rain have seriously Interfered with the work of excavating tor foundations.. WANTED Two dining room girl at Mountain Meadow. 11 Mountain Ranch... 1 Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps Ete. Nemo t QKOROB V. ATRK8, . 0. Chairman POLLST, Secretary. t p.' m. . Music Quartet. .Addreae-rMles, Norm D. Crawford. Musio Quartet i - f o- I '-' , . , MISS GARRETT DEAD. MlMi OHve Mar Qarrett died at the home of her uncle, A. P. Garrett, In Terry at 11:45 Sunday night of .heart disease, Ht M rears. rftt fcad b f iU health (or Ibout.' two jearebut bet th Springer bouse. Inquire at once. (S-S-l-m) , Mr. Henry Marshall and on, Theodore, tetOT'edipna yUti jrtU Mr. Marshall' Slightly Damaged by Smoke and Water, FOR TWO HOISTS. On twaaty-borne porbabla Motion ughM ud better, adjgstlbla baad foot brpaftttfc. fWi jatife ooot- cadi WwW. Mstaitla tor fifty tpn "ameittag gotaio. later JLa, Crook; matf. Tt VU ' malady did at no Una eonflae r to her v . B.mlt3 ttUI kelllni the t5o.r0 On the evening oT her death We HdVe Settled with the Insurance lo. s at d UkA upper , Uf MO W Jgk ."J "-ared b. InWW W 1 On attoaM7-vrlotk Aran hole. M.VX AilinM' km nbobey o"Ioaa at fciotto-garar anclna Aad boiler, . mi wau uw man swing, mum mum CCTXtptftta, S Iff I AxA jWsoaaMs-toal, ySkml balht anft.Usur-. too - Jbqtaoi . bw aetttt oolTevUon is.Tw ffltat Btisaw Car ettetoation or taken -111 and seemed U reallM-that W earthly career Wat, an ea,fad f Sha r nested that Rtk. $. U-.Mii, jtha Baptist 'taadsv. , Coittom Jt Andrew biocki .tead. Mi !ii)!lan Ml y.w fee's Ji rf i on fMorgo Oarroll,a Umbermaa ln,th1mlne fermon and that J. L. Marcoux take charge mi her irwmalnaS She was perfectly rational until the end came) and did not fear got two fingers broken Sunday by being caught betwoea twe- timbers. The aoot dent will give him a loag layoff. death.1 She hadlived a pure christian life and the died trusting that the hand that The Insurance Company's loss is your gain. Owirg to tbernSj BBTAN ! QBSKiTY baTe money to loan la any cjuantttj oa cood term. Real estate, brokerage and fire lnsttr- had led her thus far would guide her safely across death' river Into the Eternal world. The funeral will take place .Wad- during the past week we were unable to wait on all customers an had to close our doors. With better facilities from now on our dqft " ' - - . -tii' anca anstoeaa trnwatei...i 11 buslnee Cut Klowen furnished on twenty . four hdura nqUca for all occasions, from the cradle to the Bpeclal ratee to wadding pardee . and fonerala. . . ; attended to with promptness and care. Brettell block. Lead., (M3-tf.) . nesday at 1 p. m. eonducWd by Rev. Kirk and the Interment will he mad In the will be open. People well Know goods are very near given away, we will continue at the Same late until the stock is closed out. 3. W. Tulleys", the newspaper man, re Eoutn Leaa cemetery. Rlack Hills C.C. KNIGHT. turned yesterday from a buslneea (rip to A. a. Gldley, the civil engineer, hat gone Teleohont 1186. Red Cloud,, Neb. Mr, Tulleyv.ha ootfle to work for the Hosnewtak company. Mr, . Gldley 1 one of the perfect In the protest- back- to. stay a no ether place has th advantage or attraction for him as that iiXDF.N-GUMBINER CO. skm and when he went to work for one of the greatest companies in the world as towa doe. H is welcome back and all Will be gladto) know that he J to be- ' Just aimply got Where he belonged. House , IIoYer . ail Bejairer. 0oe a permanent resident BUCEKER STREETS. MAIN AND MASONIC ODD nLLOWS BLDQ., 0 OR. The. many friend of Prof. gbsrhardt will grieve to learn that he recently lost Id wife at hit homo In Nebraska. ' He had married fats, brother' widow soon af ' 8. R. 8mftlt has the exclusive sale of tie new HERRICK Santtarr ReJrUP-erator. It la the only, one made that DAKOT j An Work Done WK Pro- - - -ttparan mat dkpmtoLL HIAWATHA. PARK.. 'LEAD. 8. D. SOUTH 5 tag a circulation of air, and keep dry ter going down Into that auto and She la Mid to have been on of the noblest of when tn nee, i..;;'f O i3.4-tMX.) women. on-TTav TUB A treat mas7 old watchea which are eonajderetl aseler i k may b brpngbt into aervice by taking; then to the Beemer-Orton rompaay and hard mm s mm ! THE MEMORIAL SERVICES. fem repaired. , - . (tt) Has Received A Urge number of Lead dtlsene turned out Sunday night to attend the memorial enric. It was a nnloa meeting of the chorchoa and on the platform were aaea DEALERS IN The paper announcing the coming of Three Cars of Wagons, Buggies- Rer. W. 8. Peterson, of th PreeoyterUni Alba Hey wood, ens of the world's greatest eomedlaaa, was put. p today . by Unci Stove Nichols. : Uncle Steve has sot been la the bin postiag easiness all hie life. church; Rev. T. J. Woodcock, of theCoa lrnituCro irrational. Rev. Marple of. th Baptist: Rev. C. R Clark, speaker of the evening, but notwithstanding tale he did a excel! from Dead wood, and Commander R. enf Job, hot ra fortunately there came' up a tremendous gush wc wind when he had v7. ) was too pretUIig officer. At i j.. i. w. . urf . , ' ;.- " . - ' - iSurries, Carriages, Rockaways, Edad Wagons, Buckboards, Road -Carts, Phaetons; Express wagons Etc. ; -r ?- :' ' -i' ''J- " ... . .': AW Everything Strictly up to tate 'and prices lhat cannot be beat! 7:30 too old soldier inarched In and this wu the sign for the audieoo to Hml completed his task and left the portrait of the great actor "all askew."' Don't blame Steve for tt --. " , and, led by the mala quartet, ompooed of th following member: Newton, Hoy la t ..FVom.the Racine, Wagon and Carriage WorKs. AH IVZ-NTNO WITH WCKBN8. caaptea ana Engberg, sang "America, p!rlt that inspired all ia the aoqae. iecond hand rigs cheap. Will seU cheap tor Diokena at the dry, ball May tl In J-pv.' v?r -. u Cered prayer and t- rarw

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