The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on December 5, 1900 · Page 4
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Wednesday, December 5, 1900
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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER G. l900. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEAD WOOD, S. D. AUCTION AT W. E. LOWE'S. Entire Stock Will Go, Beginning 8:8:8:8:8:8:88: 8:8:8:8:S:K:8:S:8 8:8:8:8:8:8:8: 8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8 :: 88 i COUPDEriAIN I Wednesday Afternoon. 88 88 88 MINES AND MINING. 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 i 6 I 7 8 910 W. K. Lowe's entire stock will be sold at auction and private sale, and the purchasing public will get the benefit of the greatest sacrifice ever made in the Hlack Hills, A private Bale of stock will he inaugurated tomorrow, 8:8:8:8:8:8:8: :S:8:8-8;8:S?8::8;:8;S:S:8:!.--;J The above ia our cost mark and all of our immense stork f , . . j i- r'rtro Cuito dtiiI i4i Pntit r will Itti nn the; are all gone. The Gladiator Gold M. & M. Co. Organized under the laws of South Dakota, 1 Owns property between Deadwood and Rutabaga Gulches, near Lead City. We are now developing this prop- We have millions of tons of medium grade ore in sight. We have a tunnel proposition. We are selling stock to develop the property. We have a few mjre shares at 17 Vc. l'or particulars call on Aaron Andr- j .. ., at the mines, or Central City, or ill ess; i;i ,.Id VTOR r.oi.n M. M. CO.. .;. ,.; . :,i:l-1 1 I. 1.. & T. Building. Des Moines, la. , V -ivpri-e was tendered Mrs. Sam-i lard a i In r Lome ia I'da ktail T! -He- -n-nm I.1 -l.t. A :ium-,.; h- r .i a !ids eaii ered at her , and .-"i.t the 1 trnu v. nil mi- iii at - id' which dancing t :.e . Lief. ; (Monday) morning at !i o'clock, and 1 the auction will begin Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The reasons ' for this a tion will be given later. ; It is, the intiiitiou to hold nothing, and everything in the big store will be Mild, in bidin,' iliy cood-. clothing, irpct-. v. ;t!I '.ri'T. I.: ill i nerv, boots :!.! Sl -lie . :-,. io.mI.s. The : ublie j-c .!.!'. ! ! bear in mind the It's a g iitleiii.u.'s whi-ky a pure delicious ln-vf-rage ami a grand appetizer. Don't forget tin- name- "I. W. Harper" whisky. ill" k'Ud your gia.ndl'aiher ' S..!d by Carr Ar I! Try. Dead-wood, 1 MN r. i n -; of die i:i,c k Mills T. ; i.un . I..i:me in tins u:y, e;"ii- i .. !! to I :ie fur 1 ). II VI I . Ill 1 e l! . i i u,i. i ;! lie -.- i ! I. ei- .,i.i:ii-! . ; . I v.. I I : e i ' : ' iii : : ' i ; ' i . Saginaw Mining Company. .The Saginaw Mining company a a recent organization among the mining companies for operations umons the minis of the liiauk Hills. It is composed largely of men who hold stock In tlio Ula k Hills Kaolin Clay and Marble company, and who In :i in--lnten;:-t-d in Win k Hills ri-soum , aft'T Iht-y had seen somrthUi.; ' 1 1 country while out ln-n- m h'i COIUM'. led n il h tiif l;itf r The Saginaw ompaiiv 1 '' ' tli iii' inber no Cloihinf; is fot'i ve in this t-j ie. I Hi 1 ' ! a group of claims OH jAu3E'i3 :i i i i itv .'-an 111... ill C't U' uint-'ton county, jutt in tl.i i: .... ' t' ' !!! '!' ,i ,1i :tri"t "WMmuj " of lie- i :.e.-t verti- - :i llee li.elia: cold Hi. '-. ( oppt-r ' '-'I ti:i i.i.-:.. n:es i'i tli- l:.a-! Hills. - v :''! 1"" -i a ! i. .r enal as ' ia:i.- i- ; I..y T : ; .n- ; u be had "i: ri-a.-ona; le term- a I'd at lower ):: 1 s i! an in :t!iy clber niining dis-' '.ei. Wj ii . I'm parti- ulanr.s to E. (,'. .1 dc:-on. llili C,ty. S. 1). U'-ti-tf ! Where They Sell Cheap Main Street, bjailwood la !1 I :.' I : ii ria :e lii i rise was i.-sin'd Satur-I,, .lane s Kelly and M:; IOinnia : illwell, both of N mo - u 1 1 i a - . i : i ' e 1 1 .1 . 1 . North Star group. '!'!. was formerly ovn 1 ,y i; : ; :. : and Thomas M I. ."ill!,' i.: '.: t- r. and is said to , :.:.,- ' prospects. Tli' oi" :! ' "' the North Slur n - ! ' r.;..i:.y'.-ground and is 1 a; ! ' On Gov. Dietrich's Staff. M. E. Wells, formcily round lio i' foreman for the Jiurlinniou. has 1m en appointing an aid on the Muff of Governor-elect I)i-ri-b. in Nehiasl.a. Mr. Wells is round house foreman for tho Burlington at McCook, Neh. The Lincoln Journal lias the following to eay of Mr. Wells: "M. E. Wells was a caller on Governor-elect Dietilch today. Mr. Wells, 1 9 i :i !.. eha: I(f lolalmg the I'nil.-.l stales timber law, was airauiied l.eioi.i I'uited Mates Com in i.iHoi.i r Cm' in this city Friday and hound over to the I'mied States grand jury in the Mini :!xi. I Carl Charlson, a lVadwood boy. Is at Hot Spring . Arkansas, taking . treatment for rheumatism. Carl has j had a serious time with the disease j lor the last two or three years, and j WE SELL BABIES I FOR THE BABIESi MKT. ROSELLA A. LAWTON, The Great Magnetic Healer, o SB 9 m i I m it has cost him not a Tittle in doctoring for it. who is ioreman or me jiurmmura machine shops at McCook, Nebraska, Bi,' Babies, Snial Babies, Black Babies, ami White $ Babies Girl Babies aud Boy Babies, In Fact ? -a a tr-w a W. a I'ennanently located in Suite It Syndicate Block. SUCCESSFULLY THEATAS all diseases of cither sex. BEST REFERENCES FROM LOCAL PEOPLE. Consultation Free - Cures Permanent. If you are suffering, come and see me. : I s I All Kinds 01 Babies has been appointed as one of the aides on the governor's staff. Ho has had considerable military experience, both as a member of tho Iowa National Guard and as lieutenant of Troop A, Third United States volunteer cavalry, Grigsby's Rough Riders." Mr. Wells took an active part in Nebraska politics during the campaign, and was one of tho vice presidents of the Personal Effort Republican club of McCook." Java and Mocha,: COFFEE is unexcelled. CAN BE PURCHASED OF US In l'BICES they range all the way from .". mi's to 10.00 We Want You to Come In And see our elegant 'iiie of Babies Cliildicii us-peciall3" invited. WILCOX PHARMACY. Have you tried it?J C-A-ILIL FOE : : : MANITOU: Mintral Water. " Ginger Champagne. " Sarsaparilla. . J. HJTwUtGH & KRO. Leaving for Nebraska. Jimmy Dowd is getting ready to go down to Hastings, Neb., to spend the winter with his parents. He has disposed of his Jewelry stock and fixtures to Georgo V. Butler, who has moved them to his elegant store on Main street, and added them to his already largo stock. Mr. Dowd's father, known familiarly as Uncle Tom to nearly every one in Dead-wood and the Black Hills, has been at Hastings several months for several months for his health. He was very poorly when he went down there and a few days after his arrival weighed but 90 pounds. He Is Improving, however, and It Is believed that he will recover if he remains where he is. CATARRH Corner Sherman and Deadwood St3. TIIK CLKA.lx'o AM) II KA 1.1 NO CL'liK I'KK CATARRH is Ely's Cream Balm T-mj find nleaennt to tia . Contains no in-Jurione drug. It ia quickly absorbed. (Wpg llelief at once. It Opens and C'leanaea the Nana fatmngn. Allays Inllamuiatiun. WAUKESHA : Boro Lithia, GATES IRON WORKS OLD 'N HEAD Mrs. J. E. Teague arrived Sunday on the -Elkhorn for a six weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Knowles. She was accompanied by her son, Freeman. REVERE RUBBER CO. i tlcals and Protects the Membrans. Restores the 8enes of Taste and Smell. Large Size, 60 cents at Dniegl6tsor by mull; Trial Sine, 10 cents by mall. ELY BUOTHEKS, 66 Warren Street, New York. Effervescent, Ginger Ale, Lemon Phosphate, JNGEES0LL-SER6EANT DRILL CO. Lidgerwood Manufacturing Go. Hoists 0, F. PUR NELL Seebick IMPORTER AND DESIGNER OF Gowns and Just "Wlnat He Wants. Jl J3ox of Our Delicious Cigcurs . Deadwood, S. D. Agart for South Dai. I Make an elegant Xmas Present to any gentleman who uses "the weed. We have them put up in beautiful Xmas boxes especially for the Xmas trade. " There is nothing more thoroughly appreciated than a box of Good cigars. D. JACOBS, Opposite the Bullock, D. JACOBS, Opposite Bullock. Millinery Custom Ore GEO, V, AYERS & CO Successors to Ayres & Wardman Hardware Com? any. N - We are now prepared to treat custom ores by the r Cyaaide process at reawjaaWe rates,. Golden Gate Mining & Milling Company First Ward. Peadwaod S.P HJsVll-WX-n-WJl- J TiTTTT l- TATTiTT IT 5DU1JLCIV DUUUill 11 . . , EVFRY AFTERNOON AND EVENING Commencing Wednesday, Deeember 5, ! Hardware and Mining Supplies.. FOR 'FIFTY GENTS (H THE $1.00. We bought "Uncle Tom's" stock of jewelry last Saturday got It dirt cheap 60 cents on the $1.00 Is what we paid. We've got to make a Little Profit, but while the stack lasts, anything you may need will cost you about 60 Cents on the $1.00. ! COME WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE. 1 What "Uncle Tom" did hare, was Al goods, and we can warrant It the samo as pur own make. B UTLER. the Jeweler. YfflHmmmfMMtmtm. Our Great $75,000 Stock of New Fall Goods, the very latest In Clothing, stylish Over- Deadwood coats, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Carpets, Ladies' Cloaks, Capes and Suits, Christmas , Goods. Toys, Dolls, Jewelry. Silverware, Watches, etc. THEY ALL GO AT AUCTION ! FIRST HATIOtlAL BANK AssayOO Centlr ' Coldr-atid Silver and Prlrat Sale, until a large amount of money which, we musf hare tor Immediate use la rat ved. DEADWOOD. 80UTH DAKOTA. The union; assay office United States Depository .',' .. Eetabllshed 1881. " , :. . TJ o 37 Leo Gtreet 'Dead wo od WiU Gire Correct Results of Botk ( ( c ana Silver For 50 Cents. - THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY of life-time to fit yourself out THE AUCTIONEER takes the " 7 th bench tA 1:10 each afternoon, and T: JO , each Tenlng. .. Come and take adrantaxe of our Hlsfortouea. ' ' w; E. LO WE. ; DIRECTORS! I f. tUUnVHT. T. J. OBZXB.3IP. B. SPaBXAP. . OV9 ! ' D. A. MoPHTOIOW. ! OFFICERS! . CN ALL SAMPLES 11 BOUGHT TO THS 0ITICBL M. H. Lyon & Go Frstdeat....;a h lAXISBTOT I Otmhim .. - JJojJ Ve.IresMeat..,..T. J. OEBB I Cashier Assist. Cashier '

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