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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1899. iNHiiwaiMuNiiiiiuiiwi i.MiwiiMt.ti.iMminnw..m.iniMiniw""""'""''"t F5 LEAD PIONEER-TIMES, i LEAD'S The Famous Black Hills Summer Resdrt I LEAD S. D. 1899. JULY 22, Mammoth Department Store announcement! Our Stocks are now complete and lull in all Departments elllltltlllllllllkM Sylvan Lake Dole A force of men Is still at work on the! wagon roud between Iead and I'luma ttj Elevation 6,200 weather unknown, surpassed. Harney feet. Dry air. Hot Mountain fccenery ud-Peak by donkeys H the tan.e I story, the old ditches and gtillies cut out by the recent rains arc beiiii; lillci only to lie cleaned out by the KKVENTII AXNl'AL l.(Mi ROLLING. The Mmli'in W.io.lmen of America ot this section of I lie country will participate inthe seventh annual l k rolling on the 27th. All the- ranipH will Join In th" fes tlvities and tbey will have a kikkI time. a.-, usual The pii nlc 'will be held In the beautiful grove .Bt Wood villi', and thertl j Boating on the Lake. I House Is new and modern in appoint next hi.iiK''i iiik MochI. Tins has been k'-ina on fi.i sevetal yeans. hen if u small part uf the labor that it has taken to till ments. Send for souvenir views. F. B. COLES, Manager. Custer. 8. U. 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. will be a trememlous crowd, for Ihe mem rwrship In extensive and frit-nds of Ihe or in tile roa-lH had been usel in cutting a ditch alohK the upper side of the roail. they would now yv in perfect condition o'er that will attend are numerous. Rate pB tie table satisfactory to all have been made with the Kort I'lorre company, and trains -.ill be run as the crowd demands The road in about as rough as It has ever beMi, and in any daces the rocks are laid as litre aa when the Almighty first "let the dry land appear at the dawn tf crea tion, and It will tiever be made permanently better until repaired right. Wil lslj DEADWOOD. SIDESPLITTING DRAMA. Mrs. De AJta Qlllantl 1b working up play which promise to be one of the Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago, St. Joseph, liam KrlKgens, who is supervisor of the Central district, shows what can be done! Denver, Helena, Butte, Portland, Salt Lake City, beat things of this season. It is a aide With unequalled facilities for buying and selling we ask your iLspection of The Largest Quantity The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. THE In road building In the Poorman district pllttlng comedy drama, entitled, "Re-Becca's Triumph," and will be produced which used to be noted for being the San Francisco Kansas City, St. Loulsand all points east and south. by fifteen of Lead's most talented young and all points west ladle. roughest road In the county. He has with little labor repaired the roai so that the heaviest flood of the season did not phase In past years Mrs. GUland baa sung for Trains Nave -. follows: So. ; .nbuleU Express, dally. Hot Springs, Llncolu, Omaha Chicago and all points East. people of the Hlllls, and many an enter talnment baa been brightened by her pres It, and It la In the section where the heaviest rains fell. If Billly Frlggens South and West 2:30 pm ence. The cttlezns of Lead ought to ap were put to work on the road down Gold Run, he would have it fixed so that it meat, aaiiy except Sunday Bald .Mountain and SDear- PJ L would last aa long aa time. There can be h l:S6pm preciate tbla and Oil every seat of the Opera house on the 10th of August. Prof. Frohman will assist In the management He la a man of great experience on the theatrical' stage and a tree no doubt but that the authorities are do i- i,vt. iTBiisui, aaity except isun-day. Hill City, Cusrer and ing the best they can under the clrcun uu uugcuiuui, CoOim stances, but a few suggestions come from Sundays this fr ight leavrt at.(:00 a m Trains arrive as follows: musician. He was manager of the Frob men who team over the roads constantly 5. R. SMITH, BLACK HILLS MAI'S. Wall Map showing geology and topo No. 20L Eastern Paas ng r, Daily. 12:S0 p m No. 20. Spearnsh Train. Daily, ex- man Opera company for years, and has studied piano with the greatest masters of oept Sunday 11 -ok . m that would pay to heed, even tho the taxes are too low and the county too poor to do much. graphy of Black Hills of South Dakota No. 203 Freight, Daily, except Sun- Europe, Dealer in and Wyoming; 13 colors. Price 31.50 Some Sne specialties will be worked In aT 11:00 am Sundays this freight arrives.. 5:52 p Sleeping, dining and recllnini chair Pocket Map showing geology same as eeata tree, on all through trains rii. between acta. The Woodman band and Kmo orchestra will furnish the latest bove, containing a complete description ana sreamsnio arkets aold and baggag of the mineral ani otnr resources of the A Year at College Free The Pioneer-Times will . give a free scholarship at the Lexington Female College, Lexington, Mo., to be voted aneeaea to all tmlnta. Black Hills; cloth cover. Price 1126. music A (rand ball will follow the evening of general tun and laughter. iFw Information, time tables, maps Carpets, Crockbry, Carriages, wagons, Pianos, Organs, Etc Pocket Map of Black Hills, plain, con to the most popular girl In the Black ana tickets call on or write to J. FRANCIS, General Passenger Agent, talnlng a description of mineral and other Hills. Arrangements hare been made with tha president of tha eollege to furnish to resources of the Black Hills, paper cover. Trees, tat rose and carnations for sale. Vac. the Saddler's, lead. (tt) . Fred piersoo was fa the county seat on Price 40 cents. the winner of the Ploneer-Tlmes scholar- n SEWING MACHINE uma&a. Neb. W. T. ROBERTSON, Ticket Agent. J. L. BENTLEY,, Commercial Agent ihln. fos one wear .:' '' ! nlnias ttatness f J 4 4 Map of the Black Hills. Price 26 cents. For sale at the office of THE PIONEER-TIMES. Captain and Mrs. May took a leading pari in the "Auction Bade of Children" ia For the best Make I sell 1 M Singer for $13.50. I sell a GO0DSE DEADWOOD SATURDAY EXCVRSIOONS TO HOT ING MACHINE like cut WamJ D. C. TRAINS BETWEEN AND LEAD. Dead wood Thursday night. t ' lis Ptoceer-Thnes is on sale it U D, JestW Baser, where roe: eaa also get ttttHnsst amok ta tswtv 4 (tt) LEAVE DEADWOOD. Dally, ezceot Sundav a nfi m SPRINGS VIA "NORTHWESTERN LINE." To Hot Springs and return at sets fare. for ten years for $25.50. Undertaking: a Specialty Mr. and Mrs. W. 8, Warner ot Rapid City were, visitors la Lead yesterday. $6.20, for the round trip. Tickets seed to 9:S0am Dally, except Sunday 10:10am Pily 12:Upm Pr 2:00 pm Daily, exoept Sunday 3: Up m Daily, except Sunday 4:20pm Dally s-20 n m Engineers are surveying for a spur from the' jEIkharn at Central to the new cyanide LEAt S. R. SMITH. return seven day from Sate of saJe. The EUchorn train leaving Deadwood dip. m. is the popular crate to Hot Springs, aa It leaves after the cieee at bssinsss Dally, exoept Sunday 7: 00 Dm Daily, exoept Sunday s:M n m poard, roons, fuel, lights and servants' attention. ' J n. ' O Tuition In Literary Department, Lessons on Piano, Lessons In Voice Cullture and Singing. Lessons on Violin, Mandolin, Guitar. Lessons In Elocution, Delsarte, and Physical Culture. . - v Lssaons In Painting, Drawing, Pastel. Lessons In German and French, Lessons In Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting!' ' ' . Practice on tha Piano two hours per day throughout tha rear. Tho scholarship will Include a railroad ticket from Deadwood to Kansas City. " A eoupon clipped from f tho Pisneer-Tlmea win count one vote.' e ' Subscriptions paid In advance will oount: I'mon&C 11 Votest I months, 200 rots. i'Woetl. l.rear, JJ.ftlOO rote i Dellnsinent' subscriptions f collected by the contestants will count the same as advance subscriptions. Contestants will be hours. The DiBkinsoa-May FaraitHre en Wiiilii'Ktii SPECIAL EXCURSIONS. Daily 9:00 p m Dally, except Sunday 10:30 p m LEAVE LEAD CITY. Daily, except Sunday 3:35 am Daily :Uam Dally, except Sunday 11:00 am Dally 13:60 pm Dally, oonneots with Eastern passenger 2:25pm Dallry, exoept Sunday 3:40 pm Daily, except Sunday 4:46 p m Dally, 1:66 pm Daily., exoept Sanaa? T-.3I p m Dally, ex 2adajr 3:22 p m Daily . , :22 p m Dally, except Sunday 10:66 p m DEALERS IN . PUUburg, Pa.,. Juljr 3v tt. The abort Is ft partial list ot soans of Furniture, Crockery I Glasswar the mors, important exeurs'cM to be Klven by tlis popnkur Bsjrllngtoa touts, 4urlnf tbs summery Fw tali taftsnssa. Uoa ss to KaMm, dates ot sals, tickets, plant at'-fbe told Thompson mill. CbJorodyite Cough Mixture will cure thal'-eougtt, "or 'we refund the' mooey. JTK' Jenkins. W Matt Larson bought a. picket ot Then. X. Oeskey to bring Thomas Lsttkkena-Jeana to this country front Finland.' """" Honse boutM 14 Solt loaned! ajeneral Insurance and BOftry pvbUo, Tie or Tj, Jspeen, room No. V Cotton & An-.tosweMo.fcead. a . I f (k)) ?if. ftjMjifyul furnish huisto ior the dancers at the Woodvllle pavilion on the plcnlo day. This assures good bju-slo, and Is very sat Is fie lory to all (hates- TRBO J). OESKBT-Rsal EUt, Loan sj' ImUjW, II kinds of ligal writlnt done. General Agent of the CnloJ Barings As. 'n. Good Mve men wanted-as lcltors. , ' , yv Sam Laurence, the Terra Wile" road supervisor, has gone Jo his sou's ranch on Spoarflsh creek for a two week's vacation. Ha has got h la 'road in perfect condition and he feels that after the season's hard work a vacation Is due him; - H 'v- - f L. B. Orton, suocessor to Beemer Or- etn csil st passangir eVsyoL and for Mrnlshe4 blank subscription reoeipts autherlzed to i leeeiva " J sal recefpt Everything; Strictly tap to date and prices that cannot lie lj . W. T. BOBXKTSON, TWst Agent moners. t . ; ' The contest will 6egl July M and end August 2S. LU. ' Bcbooi opens September W. JOHN ELMEHK, Undertakers "d Embalmers. ' TOT NORTH W ESTEEM LINE. DEPOT; ' Betwsea) Deadwood ae4 Fin treets.. .- . . ArrlTss. Departs. Through trains to Omaha - Chicago, St FmL Mia- - seapolls, with close oon- ' a actions for all potnis west and sooth, as Vra- a stent an4 Omaha ..... Uts (p ' DEPOT: Lower Main Street. Whltewood, Sturgls, Ran-' Id, Cnadron and inter, mediate points ...... ..l:45am 3:lRan Belle Fourche ....... 3:tt a Q 11:V a in Whltewood only ...... T:S0 a m 4;4i p m Except Sunday. Hoise HoTEr M Iraairff. AH Work Don TOft lro- inptases) ftnd 61siateaw. 1 1 : t "; a-'. v' NOTICE. ' ' ' " I hereby give notice) that all school orders Issued and registered prior to January 1. 189, by School District No. , will be paid on presentation at my office In Central City. Interest on earns will cease 10 days from this notice. ' C. K. WEEDON", Dirt. Tress. Central City," Lawrence county, S. D., July 19th. 1839. , ' , (T-20-lm- No. 3 Mam. St Lead, South im HIAWATHA PARK. . LEAD. H n iiivn . 3. s ton, is constantly receiving new Jewelry and offers better inducement than any other firm In town. Special attention ts called to his fine watch repairing. (tt) E. McDonald drove up to Terry Thursday night and installed the newly elected efflcers of Bald Mountain lodge No. 137. Gates' . Roctr arid Ore Bpushcp WOHEH WHO VORK. GREATEST; ORE , CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Horaestake M Co -1 0. O. F. A large number of members and visitors attended the ceremonies, and PuUy Descrlbijd la our No. 1, Oatalogae. they had a splendid time. ., S ' t. Loots, ate.. An. U. Thoach eely tt years eld. I sns?eTe4 front i paine and female troeblee te years. U 1 v spring I got so bad I had te qnil werk. I had , to support myself , and could bo afford a higa- prioed doctor. I go one bottle of Wine of tsrdal and that aude me feel bettor. Have bow used several oottloe and am well My v BtoUier esed the Wine tor Change ef Life and Arthur Holmes and his Chinese partner special CRUSHER FlHE will have a hearing this afternoon. These are the men that were caught hitting the "hop" pipe In a Lead joint Thursday after waa greatly relieved. HISS MABQARET WALSH. ! : noon. The Chinaman was desirous Of settling with the officer at th time of arrest, and made no noise, so It Is likely that he - Oar New Design will interest you. Gates' High .Grade Rolls NO OTHERS '&QUAL THEM- 6at2s' lc:jrcT3l Va::srs ittsy are the aula.- win attempt a cash settlement today. ,.. A. social at tha home of the Read's In South Lead Thursday night drew out large crowd of the Congregational church Miny frb and women find ft necosary to earn tbrtr own Hrtnf fas Ttrlous kind of employment Their work b often so hard and confin-tnr thai th health breaks down. Their delkxts constitutions are unfitted for tiresome task.- Weakness nearly always mikes Ks appearance m the peculuriy delicate womanly orjrjns. Constant standins; on the feet," and commr wd fouls' a the beck of a guperintendent or foreman, ta-duces falling of th womb, leucorrhtza, neadache nd backache, The pay of women workers Is often so notoriously small that when sickness comes they have no money to ehfagt skillful physicians. Tq them Wine ; Adopted bv the Homestake Miami? W people and their friend lea cream, cake and coffee was served and tha amusements held the crowd until a late hour. 'The amount raised was not given, bat they say 't Mremaln Steam Stampliill, The Prospector's Fritui r that It was also a financial success. ; Founeen catalogue describe our Mbm? Machinery. Of IJiruUI B UUIJ L'SftStaiKe M IS. The Homes take company has begun the l uoitr ' aniSUT CtaiTSIIT. 1 0TT0 cMivery of 40,000 feet of lumber to re- F PURNELLSole Agt .-rA' n nni 111 ( Tt I dirsr cures them of their ills at a snail cost, and they can act as their own physicians. No doctor can do as much for "female troubles", is Wine of Ctfdui. ,-, . , dinxion. srt.1ri F7 IS'?""?? Hume the Lardner water ditch. The com '.".J . -' Ft ft. Black Hill. Ii I NC IMII'l O NT 1 IUWU pany onloads the material at Central, and Offict. Opposite Bunock Hotel from' thence It will be distributed along Druggists sell Large 'Bottles for $LOO. the Una by C K. Weedon. This win g'vs HLRTON AVP :.. CHICAGO. H-lS'