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April 27, 1900

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LY, APRIL 27, 1900. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEAD WOOD, 8. D. CHICAGO HAPPENINGS. 0ONAL BELT LOCALS p "uuuuuuuvwwm annnnnjwuuuuwuvuvnnfl nsnnm of the soiled doves were before tonor, Judge Walsh, yesterday,, per rent to insure a fair profit on his labor and investment. It is not only possible to make the printing iudustry one of the best paid, instead of one of tht poorest, of the skilled industries, but it it simple justice that it should occupy that plane, and every printer owes it to himself and to his fellows to aid in bringing about 'his . CLAN STUARTS. To the Members Clan Stuart 110, P S.: The funeral services of our late Clansman Daniel Bunton will be held at Terry at 1 p. m., today, April 26. All Clansmen please attend in regalia. Will meet in Society hall in lxad at 12 o'clcxk noon. DAVID W. DOW, Chief. ALEX. ROSS, Secretary. tj itn IiaVlllg UOCd iiii6uubc uu-inE the dignity of a lady, and CAN YOU SEE.. Ling taken too freely of the wine it was sparkling. meir cases e satisfactorily adjusted tomor- ji a party who walked in rrom (Continued from First Page.) of St. Louis. It lias lowered the water in the Chicago river to such an extent that it is lmiossible for the laige lake vessels to approach the docks, on account of the tunnels under the river. A few days ago one of tli" big" vessels that had been at the doc!,, all winter started out heavily loade I with grain. It struck the crown of the Wells street tunnel, and the tup boat broke a dank. That left the big three masted boat with all its weight on the .-oof for several hours. If the roof hail given away there was imminent danger of the death of several hundred people, for the cable cars follow jaeh other as closely as possible thru th tunnel, and always loaded with passengers. Sim The reason pay $4.00 Why a person should or $5.00 for a Shoe one City, Wyo., ti l.eaa a cou- Idays ago, we learn that it takes eight hours to rover (he distance. jre few of our citizens but have Filed For Record. Joseph Ramsdell to William D. Haves, lots 1 and 2, in block 49, in Ramsdell's addition to the City of Spearfish; 225. William Haynes et ux. to August H. Willie, lots 1 and 2. Mock 41). in dell's addition to SpearrUn; $250. S. McBratney to the Queen and Queei' lodes Nos. 1, 2, and 3, on Spring ;ti that Welcome was. at a great-tance from Iead thaj it really is. A Quiet Wedding. Misy Khoda Kemper of o.earlish ami Mr. William Hitzel of Terry were married lr.tt night at the hum? uf the bride in Spearfish. Rev. W. II. Pond, lector of the-f.pisc opal church of Spearfish, pei formed the ceremony. The bride is a yoi'i'ger sitter of Miss Xemper. formerly county superintendent, of schools in Lawrence county, and has been teachinp during the winter in Terry. The groom was formerly a resident of When nforuiant says that It is about miles across onnf.ry. Clan Stewarts, with quite a ilar instances have been known within r 0( friends of the deceased, at- 1 . il I .. . T1 : 1 $3.50 for Gents Run; $1. George W, Murpay to Ous Keller, i the iunerai 01 me laie uaiiiei 0 Spearfish, but is now employed in AND.. hodv was shipped to Scranton, last evening, for interment: Terry, where he and his wife will reside. Owing to the recent bereavement in the bride's family, the wedding was n very quiet one. Lrviving wife and children of the $3.00 for Ladies one-fourth interest in the Rounder's Dream lodes Nos. 1, 2, and 3; 1. Abraham Kelder to Gus Keller, one-fourtr interest in the Divide lodes Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4; $1. J W. Curran to Hutchison Stevens, a part of lot 1, block 19, in Denver addition to the City of Lead; $950. Ui accompanied ihn remains. L Jessie Coplin, fiancee of Rich Harris, arrived on yesterday's the last few days at other tunnels on the river, and it is plain that vessels cannot carry the loads for which they have been built and navigate the river, or it will be necessary to make some radical changes in the locations ot the docks. Sir Henry Irving and Miss Ellen Terry are playing in Chicago ' this week and presented "The Merchant of Venice" last night at Powers. To see Irving in the "Jew that Shakespeare niude' is to understand ;he immense recognition bestowed upon the old actor. The Castle Square Opera company is finishing a three weeks' stand from England. Mr. Harrii is in uploy of Esterbrook & Collins, sarrlage of the young couple will ;lace this evening at the M. E. o AFTER THE OLD VETERANS. Many of the old veterans are now very susceptible to coughs and colds, and flml a good friend in Chamberlain s Cough Remedy. It is, in fact, a favorite with many of them coughs and colds and particularly as a safeguard agiiMt pneumonia. Mr. J. S. Pitt, of Short Tract, N. V. Vols., says: "Iist winter while getting out ice, I con! rai ted a severe c old, which settled on my lungs so badly that I l bought sure I would have to send for a i in this city, at which place n'l ;are invited to wltntss the terete no cards were issued. buys the best thing to be had in foot, wear. We make a Specialty ol these grades Can give you any style you wish and Guarantee Every Pair, FOR CASH ONLY. Seebick's Great Millinery Sale. To make room for the dainty summer headwear, spring millinery will be sold Friday and Saturday at a sacrifice. Many of our own creations divide honors with the choicest effects of the world-famous French mcdistes, ex-clusiveness the characteristic of each. Our $10 and $7.50 hats at $4.9; $G and $7 hats at $2.45; exclusive designs in 'hildren's hats at $2.98. These great Cameron was taken to the Lead pi yesterday afternoon. He is benter at the Hlglan 1 sawmill, at. Studebakers. This is one of the few company's in the world presenting grand opera in English, and it lias ras framing a timber wUh an adz, it lipped and caught liirii on the g, inflicting a very severe cut doctor. L. D. Burnett of this place, recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I bought a twenty-five cent hot tie and the contents cured me." This rci ly is for sale by Kirk G. Phillips. drugi;iu. values should not be overlooked. Mow the knee. An artery was made a hit in Chicago. Maude Adams has just closed at Powers, a Her a successful three, weeks' run as "Babbie" in Harries "Little Minister." May Liwin is at the (Jraml. Paderewski Id and consequently 1 IchI profuse- It It will not give Mr. Cameron L. M. Maloney's interest in the Law- permanent inconvenience. He roiiFon livery stable on C.vti street emoved to his home in South ha.- bet :i purc hased by Mrs. A. J. lieck- Co. with. later in the day. Zipp Shoe 655 Main St. will appear at th" Auditorium Saturday night. Theodore Th.imas and his famous orchestra are at the Auditorium at present. Richard Mansfield was billed for Powers next week, but the management received a telegram from Mansfield this morning, canceling the engagement on account of his ill health. For Cape Nome. .'ame- W. Meyers, William IVlaney. John M. Wilson, Joseph Small and Arthi r Wise started on last night's lSlkhoin for Cape Nome. They had all been iu the employ of the D. & D. smel ter. Meyers as general fireman airt Small as night foreman. 'I bey expected to stop at Salt Lake and spend a week or ten days in Brittle before starting for the Cape, Tey go. ex- pring and Summer 1900 -i.ru LruxrvTj-LTU-u uinjTTLrirLru unrLrurrixuinAAAJTaru iTixru-LTLaru uu We take rea1 pleasmv in offering lliis iureliase for your inspei thm, liein' fully We l'acl t ha 1 it exeeeds a 1 1 our a w a re of previous HMtmg to take their "'lances with the rest, in locating, leasing, or baying g"od giound. and all expect to corns bat k lich. A large crow 1 of friends An Old-Timer Gone. Nur'h Siewr, one of (lie old-timers of tin Hills died yesterdav afternoon at 4:;;i. at the Soldiers' H j:ne at Hot Spiings .Mr. Siever had I een '1'ffer-inr for some time with cancer of the laic ami neck, and went down to the Soldiers Home about a month ago. Mi:, wile was with him at the ti'ue ot us titHth. Commander l.iin of the efforts. v NOTW ITIISTAM)1.; TIIK KKCKNT ;i;i;.t iv.u: in .miwhandisk in on; link, w i: iia yi: not aivanvi;i on: i'Ki('i:s in any si.ncli: instanci:. '.var. at the depot to see them off and w i-h them all kinds of good fortune UKPI HLICAN CUT!. Are Bound to Catch Your Trade on Furniture, Hardware, Stoves, Crockery, Fancy China and Glassware. i Mill's I eia rt ineiit witli ( Mir A meeting of the republicans ef tin is replete wear. City of Doadwood is called to meet in tie lest lor 1 1 1 -ii s verv the City ball, Saturday evening, April Home, telegraphed William Cray ol t tii.- city and requested him to r.otil'y Mrs. Siever's brother. Ciles l'i:.h of in Men's Spring Oveicoats, L'Stli. VMm, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose! of organizing a Republican club ill tlie newest iu price from and eur low jrir,-a will d,( it. v, sliades ami styles, ranjrin;; -ing out our harness at cost. All republicans, present and prospec -ST.'O to SJLMIO. The lianilsoinest line of Men's DeMouth's "Ark" tive, are invited to attend. R. C. 11AYKS, Vieo Pres. Republican Stato le:igiie, W. J. TIIORNDY, Spring ( nt( rnial. Mr. Siever came to the il lis in '? and way one of the early settleis of I)e;.(.w;od. He owned pi ice r ground in both Dead wixmI and Whit-wood gulches, which he worked successfully. A few years ago he movd to Calena where he hail extensive paring :'nter-ess He leaves a wife but no children. verv latest No. 70 Sherman 8treet Suits we have ever shown; the lesitMis in liiirh irrade tailorin Executive Committeeman for :, raii"inr Lawrence County. Dead wood. April 2!"itb, 1900. He nas ar. old soldier and a member of the G. A. R.. but was not a member from .;.r0 to $23.00. Fully equal to tailor-made, at just one half the cost of inatle-to-ortler ooods. Our lJoy's Department consists of every of the local post. He was mso a mem- FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEAD WOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. Contract Awarded. CONTRACT AWARDED. The contract for the Faust-Zerling building at Lead was awarded to Mul- bei o.' the Society of lilack Hills Pio neerj of '76. lpa. Mujtn of HadwooW 4 h e o n t racf thii; necessary for a boy's complete outfit, A Crate of Cats. relinl.le rroods. ami low prices beiuir our United States Depository Mrs Ida Watson of Ueemer, Neb, Sjhtiwbr s Btoch Co. ONLY AIM. price aggregating $14,000. The plans and specifications as dran by O. C. Jewett contemplates handsome two-story buildings, 25x80 feet each. The Faust building on the corner, will be ornamental as well as substantial. arrived in the city yesterday morning and will make her future home here. Thseason we have paid particular attention to the Mrs. Watson brought with her, crated DIRECTORS: t. j. grief, ,p. c sparks p. a. oc8hurt, d. a. Mcpherson. 0. J. 8AJJSBURY, in a box made in two separate com 1 partments, two Maltese eats, which fILtOLKS. Tur)iece Suits from 3 years up with vest just like Payni 2.00 to $0.50. I Shirty CPnars just like Papa wears, ages 4 years and she prizes very highly and says he has had them in the family household for OFFICERS: Prwldaut O.J. 8AJJ3BURT I Cuhler D. A l, Vice-Preddent T. J. QRIER Assist. Cashier J. S. McPbOTM many years. When unloaded on the DEN MAN urns. 0U1 ENTS' FURNISHING DEPART MKNT, com depot platform they attracted a crowd of Deadwood's curious, as well as DANGER OF OCEAN WRECKS. It is stated that the Atlantic ocean contains many wrecked vessels which drift hither and hither, and as their positions change with the winds and tides, they are a constant menace to ocean traffic. Because of the great expense they are not destroyed until they have inflicted actual damage. How like m evt detail, with the latest novelties, in fact. ev- ning tm new am novti Woru by men. HATS Oj ceiebrateii Punlan and Stetson makes. LIVERY others in all walks of Jlife who advanced all kinds of ideas as to what they were shipped in for. where they were to be taken, and all about the future prospects for the cats. But Mrs. Wi.tson appeared on the scene and put an end to the idea speculations of the assembled group, as she was not slow to explain the mouse finishers were old pets of the family and since she was by all H dressers, in all the new shapes and shades ad shades Urin? wear. j The best l0f i.-,ancv Caps we have ever shown, in ilthe new stylni ,a ' . rUor.ha this ia the action of many persons, who wait until they are ill before treating such dangerous symptoms as indiges FULLER & BROWN. PROPS. (GEDDES OLD BARN.) (few Carriages and Busies. Best Drmn& and Saddle Hurxa Boarding- Horses by the Day week or Month a Specialty. Olir Shoe S ; fomnlotn n-itli tlm vorr lntfusr in tion, dyspepsia, constipation, liver or kidney troubles. Don't allow them to menace your health. Hosteter's Stom ?en'B shoes, pair guaranteed to give satis- faction. coming to the Rlack Hills metropolis ach Bitters will clear your system ;of Erery women com a inaptly, pretty B to reside she- could not bear the ill impurities making the blood rich SSBS- miDT ol I ncm aepiore me iom of mcir after marriage Thr bearing of chll. Three Reasons Why we Should Sell you Shoes! thought of leaving her treasures be and the nerves strong. It cures all stomach disorders, and is an unequall destructive to the mother'! ihapeUorw. Shapely Harried Women hind. be avo .led however, by the um of Mi ed spring medicine. See that a pri F i e s a te-f o r e ti a b v corner as tins vat.1 Revenue Stamp covers the nec k of Simple Justice. Our Shoes are better in other's the bottle. MS scieinitic lini. mrat prepares the body for tht strain upon It. and preserve-th symmetry of form. Mothk a Fiiknd also obviates all th daneer of child-birth, and carries the expectant I Quality. And More Stvlish in apoear- mother safelv through thia critical period wtt hunt p.lin it iswomarj'a -rEri al TO H WE AX EYE AXH EAR 1ST. trraataat blessing, and tbouatnd gratefully tell ot trie great goua u has 4om tbcm Sold by all druggista at ft ou perlwttle Friend Oar Uttlt book, telling all about inn great remedy will ne eni free t any address by Tbs BaADrtsLD Kkh'hiuk Coufint. AtiatMS, Otorgla. ance. And Lower in Price than any other House in Town. Newspaper I'nion: "For years the prices for job printing, in most sections of the country, have been notoriously and ruinously inadequate, as tompa-ed with the price? maintained for ottei commodities, the 'product ot labor equally skilled.' Ail printers, Kfnsas City Pointers declares, recognize this fact The time is now ripe, and no better opportunity is likely to occur, to rectify the evil. A considerable advance in prices must of necessity be made, under prevailing conditions, in order to offset the increased cost ot production, and if the printer is wise he will add to his prices a sufficient We are pleasci to inform our reiaers that Ir. Walter L. Verroo. a Chicago ear anil eye sei ialti-t, is pning to open an otlH- In Deadwood. ahout May 1. The doctor bears the endorsement of Dr. J. A. Denny, chief surgeon C. 13. & Q. system, ha been an assistant to the foremost oc-culist in Chicago, Dr. J. Elliott Colburn; Is professor of opthalmogy. College of Medicine and Surgery, Chicago; instructor LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES. Good Saddle and DririLg Horoea f urnished. Heavy Horag ani Teams Bought and Sold. Contrac ts taken to do heary team work or to more household goods and furniture. Dry wood for tale and dellrered. ' " . ' f - 509 Main la ophthalmology, Chicago Policlinic and Surgery C.3L. fr Sk P. railway- . GEORGE BENNER, w m

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