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October 16, 1900

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

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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. FIVE HILLS ), Tl'KSDA V, X TOliKK Hi, 1J(M. 25th YEA If LEAD, S. D. ( ULACK I ECH DEI'ARTMKNT OK OIK WORK IS IN CHAItdE OK A SPIX'IAI., 1ST. SEHNANNUAL FALL AND WINTER High Grade Photographs Pictures Enlarged at Home DISPLAY "Example is Better Than Precept' It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilh does, that tells the story. Thousands of testimonials are fxamples of what Hood's has done for others, and what it will do for you. Dyspepsia " cA complication of troubles, dyspepsia, chronic catarrh -anJ inflammation of the stomach, rheumatism, etc., mi.de me miserable. Hid no appetite until I took Hood" s Sarsaparilla which cured me." N. B. See'.ey, IS74 W. I4th A ve., Denver, Colorado. N. B. Be sure to get Hood' s because -AT CHICAC.O PRICKS IBLACK HILL3 PORTRAIT COMPANY 1 No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. D. . ...j OF FINE MILLINERY CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and FURS, And Seasonable Dry' Goods. A I. Speakers in Central Tonight. w cis nf WaL.-ituwii. an.l l'mf coiiM'Tiial ion ami put. the gun in hi pocket and walked out (if tile stole, remarking that he did not know it was loaded, (ieorne .Northaui, who is generally around when needed, placed I'uk.s City C. K. Hclini's of Sioux Kails, p ... ii..1!,,,i11.v's hull III (Vntrul COMMENCING ... . i --i-f.iir OCTOBER 15 H'mI 1-liln cur livtrJIU .lln-in.il rrit;itmi!Jiid ouli '.''ntlmfilf'Ti'wite illi HuihI SMrlrli. And continuing thru the season. morning's Klkhorn. Mi Klingler ami children have been w.-iling relatives in Pennsylvania th-- past sum mer. Wesley Stuait, one of tie- leading at torneys of Sturgis and !;.- wife was in Lead Sunday, the guest sot' Judge Joseph. I!. Moore and wife. Mrs. Hen Stone is home lioni a vis it at Fremont, Neb., and Omaha, and lieu showed up unusually bright and smiling yesterday morning. Mrs. Kadford, pastor of the Congregational church at Custer, who apoks in the Lead church Sunday, returned home on yesterday's Burlington. A heavy gold band ring was found last Friday in Hlacktail gulch. Owner can have same by calling at J. B. LeBaeu, Central, and paying for this notice. Jerry Green addressed a fair sized audience at the Lead Opera house last evening. Mr. Green spoke from a fusion standpoint. Mrs. Augustine Harding of St. Louis, a daughter of J. H. LeHeau, the Cent tit j'-, tonigut, October 1'.. Holli ni'-n liuv.; local reputations as swakfr ami an cviiuliiK Klicnt wkn them cannot hell but Ijl- of profit to all. The ladies me imited to be present also. Injured by a Blast. Sunday afternoon David Morna was severely injured upon the arn by being struck with a flying rock from a blast while in the vicinity of the Homestake cyanide plant. Him self and wife were out for an afternoon walk and were sightseeing around the plant. Warning had been given that the blast was to occur and all were on the lookout, but the rock which struck Mr. Morgan was thrown high into the air and was not seen by him. Ills right arm is badly cut and bruised and It will require several weeks for him to recover from its Tonkin under arrest and lie is now in the city jail sobering up. He will probably haw; his preliminary 1( coxing today. - it Riding On the Hgh Road. George Brettell is congratulating himself the past two days upon still being a part of this mundane sphere. Mr. iirettell had nrcn at work grading for a wagon road around a side hill, which is to bo used for reaching a large tract of timber land high up in the mountains. The timber is to be hauled to his sawmill in the Spearfish canyon. He was goin gover the road Saturday upon a tour of inspection, and upon reaching a point where a sudden turn is made in the road and at which place the road was only partially graded, his horse, which he was riding, started forward on a run and In again asking you to favor us by inspecting our various lines and assortments, we do it withth the assurance that you will find Our showing of Artistic Millinery, Nobby Suits and Wraps, Choice Furs and elegant Dress Materials and Trimmings, will surpass all previous effort, and we believe be the most complete and varied in the Hills country. I have a salvo that will beat this world for piles, and if you don't believe it, try It. Apply to William Tonkin, Lead, S. D. lm "T he-7' NORTH V K S TE R N LINE," F. K. & M. V. R. R-. is the direct line between Deadwood and OH AM A. CHICAGO, all eastern points. . o Residence for Sale. W. J. Lilly expects to leave the Hills and offers his residence on Addle street for sale at a bargain. Call on J. V. Curran, agent. 10 13-1 w making her tral City jeweler, is stopped short at the brink of a preci- pice, and turning suddenly agai commenced to buck, and it was a ques Big Brick Store tion for several minutes whether the rider and horse would go over this bank or not. Hut good fortune was father a visit, having arrived last Saturday. She will reman about one month. Henry Royles, who Is employed at the Homestake pumping station, and who resides in North Lead, was at home yesterday. Mr. Royles has beei laid up for several days, having re ceived injuries by a fall while a' work at the station. with Mr. Iirettell and he succeeded In ' dismounting safely. Had they gone ' over the brink they would have fallen i a distance of about fifty feet. The I road bet at the place of this exciting ! incident to Mr. Brettell was only six ! ! Monuments. George J. Snyder has the agency for Kimball Bros., the monument firm of Lincoln thut has erected so many stones in the Hills. Those In want will do well by calling at No. 27 Gold street, or addressing Lock Box 655, Lead. S. D. ? 2-lm o That Joyful Feeling, With tho ehilarating sense of rcnrweii hotltli anil strength and Internal cleanliness, which follows the use of Syrup of 1'iKs, Is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond the old-time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometlipe? offered tiut never accepted by the xell- Informed. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by Hid California Fig Syrup Co. feet wide, and looked much smaller than that to him when he gazed over the bank and to the depths below. At the Big Brick. The Hrick Store millinery and dressmaking parlors are now ready with their fall and winter goods display, for all who desire to use one of the largest and most Belect assortment of capes, jackets, skirts, ladies' furnishings, and in fact, everything that can be found in a first class establishment, such as this is. Their millinery display Is complete, and the latest styles of headwear are to be Been upon the many forms and racks tnruout the apartment. The Idea that has been held by some that the management Intended to give a big fall opening, along similar lines to those given in the past, is without foundation, but a display never excelled in the history of this section will be subject to the inspection of all who desire to call. All day yesterday there Were large numbers of ladles passing to and fro in this department of the mammoth store, and they were undoubtedly well repaid for the time spent. Wyo Keub Miller was in from his niing ranch yesterday. Judge McUee was in Lead over DICKINSON & MAY FURNITURE-CO. We carry an excellent line and make a specialty of Sideboards, China Closets, , Rocker Wall Paper, Picture Framing Owen Flannigan accompanied Mon j day Klingler to Rapid City last even , ing. A young lady from Pennsyha l nia, the fiancee of Mr. Flannigan, is , accompanying the family of Mr. Kling : ler to the Hills, and within a day or : two Mr. Flannigan and the young lady are to be. married in this city, .1. A. Berger's advertisement occu-; pies a conspicuous space elsewhere in the Pioneer-Times, in which he talks plainly to the public and gives them facts and fads only. His announce-. ments can bo relied upon and he will do precisely as he advertises. He has inducements to mak Hhat are to the advantage of all and ho makes them public. The se- ret to his success is fair treatment to all with small profits, but a large volume of busi ne.-.s. This department is thoro in every particular, and is in charge of B. R. Stone, an experienced Harrison Telephone Res. 298; Store, 227. ater and Embalm m JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsanien's beer hall is conveniently located In the basement beneath J. K. Searles' meat market, Main street, Lead. Business men's lunches at noon served every day. Here you can always get the best of hot soups and the cooking la Just "as good as mother used to cook."The famous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap.. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date German beer hall. Visitors from the surrounding country, as well as citizens generally of Lead are Invited to call. 9-18-tf Sunday visiting friends. W. A. Ickes, city auditor of Dead- l wood, was in Lead yesterday. ', A baby girl was born to the wife of Henry Johnson of southwest Lead, j T. G. Carter, right-of-way agent for tho Klkhorn, was in Lead yesterday, j Archie Smith and wife drove over ; to Sperflsh Sunday and back in tho ' evenin. I. Swihart, who is now residing on i a ranch near Hot Springs is in Lead 1 for a few days. George Beemer sent one Chinaman off for Hong Kong, China, yesterday. It is hoped he will remain. M. J. Harris and wife spent Sunday in Spearfish driving over in the forenoon and back Inj the evening. Mike Manning, while at work in tho j mine yesterday, was struck with a small rock, sustaining a slight scalp , wound. The residence of John Mitchell was-1 quarantined yesterday on account of i the 7-years'-old son being sick witl diphtheria. I J. T. Reynolds, a prosperous farmer i j : ! ! I ; m Life and. Accident f Henry Monheim Whiskey and a Gun. Abe Fink's confectionery store on Mill street was the scene of of eon-slnderable excitement yesterday forenoon. Mr. Kink was on the outsde of thetiounter, leaning up against it, and there were two other persons in the store, when Al Tonkin, who wa under the Influence of liquor, came into the place and engaged Fink in conversation. , He suddenly drew a six-shooter and pointing it toward Fink, fired. The aim was low and the bullet passed thru Fink's legs, striking the counter and plowing Its way thru the floor. No one' was injured, but there were three awfully frightened persons Fink, Louis LaPlerre and James McBrlde. By parties on the outside ft Is said that the proprietor made i record breaking high Jump when the pistol was fired, and for the other two the back end of the building was hurriedly reached. Tonkin laughed at the ..Insurance.. THIS WEEK BARGAIN THEO. E, GESKEY, Lead, Soum Daliota and breeder of fine thorobred stock was In Lead from hia homo on North Castle creek yesterday. Monday Kllngler went down to Rapid City last evening where he will meet his wife and children on this Friday I Saturday DR. TODD, AT THE OUTING FLANNEL COUNTER ANTHONY TR4UT PRACTICAL PLDMBEB and Steam fitter LEAD. SO. DAK Physieian and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Mill Street. LEAD' S ' c 4 V D GO'' PROFESSIONAL CALLS qOUIPDIEnAIN 12 3 4 6 7 8 I 9i O FIHEMENT9 ATTtn- OFFICE SPECIALTIES. It is general Iv considered a poor business method for a man to make public his business affairs, but nevertheless this is just what I. H. Chase is doing. He is giving to the public his cos'tmark. that he has used in his clothing department (see advertisement on this page) and in this way-he shows, his good faith In announcing a cost sale of this line and this step is taken to close out this branch of the business. Peter Lee returned Sunday night on the Burlington from Denver, where he had gone with the excursion party from the tf-'iu last week. He says the new line is excellent, and the train made the schedule time all the way. At Denver he met Henry Jacobs, who is engaged In the grocery business and doing well. He looks natural and the clamiate of Colorado appears to agree with him. He also met Harry Marshal one day and had a social chat with him. Harry Is running a barber shop and doing well. Smoke Cuba's Choice, union-made cigar. Best 5c cigar In the market If you are looking for a good smoke sk for Chamison's MONARCH strictly union made cigar. Factory In May block, Lead. Houses bought and sold, money loaned, general Insurance and notary public. Ylctor T. Jepsen. Room 1. Cottou A Andrews block. Lead. 8. D. tf "Cuba's Choice" is famous for Its elegant flavor 5c Ask your dealer. For Sale of Lease. Two hoisting plants. For particulars call on Emil Faust, Lead. 10-8-lw Henry Schnitzels assay office and laboratory is loefcted in the basement of fanst's new block, Iiead. and he Is prepared to fill all orders In his line. Q Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and slse. Cut flowers on hand. Orders .solicited from all parts of the-Hills. Main , street. Lead. tf Carl Moberg, contractor and builder, mores and raises buildings and builds houses on the Installment plan. The public aro welcome to get estimates, and he makes a specialty of undertakings where mechannical skill Is necessary to Insure a successful completion, tf II AND FLEECED FLANNEL COUNTER. The 20c Fleeced Goods at 15c. .The 12JaCFIeeced Goods at 12c The 10c Fleeced Goods at 8c The 12J4c Outing Goods 10c The 10c Outing Goods at 8c The 8c Outing Good - at 6c The 5c Outing Goods at 3c GOOD FOR BARGAIN R. K. MORTON, M, D. Practice devoted exclml-ely to diseases of the Eye, Ear Throat Reading Ulaaaea and Glasses for tne Relief of Headache and Poor Vision, Accurately Fitted. OFFICE IN FAUST BLOCK. (Oyer Dickenson's Drug Store.) OFFICE HOURS YOU HAVE LEARNED - ,' -O UK. COST MARK & PEIMABY. 8BOONDAR " "Venereal Diseases . . . u-,:n,ni Forms- in ineir most many"-"- ANB And we have learned that we con not sell Cloth in a Basement 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. 8TRICTURE, RUK . .v1, PILES, RHEUMATISM, OK i KIDNEY AND BLADDER PLAINTS. Friday and , W.ay STEVE ZEREGA itilK Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, U-"" AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT CO "T ONLY AT COME MARK. tnd Losses, Sexual WeaKne.. Impotency In '"Young Middle aged Men. HENRY MODEM'S LEAD 8. D. DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, , -THROAT, LUNGS. iru nvcPPPSIA AND w WHEPE 37 Y ; Wants to sec jrou when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And it yta knew his price on these Roods, you would want to see him. Tye Got Itl You want It Let's Get Together. Yours for business STEVE. HASES! SELL 4!L TROUBLES. NASAL CATARRH: Dr' jH original adentiflc cure, MmMM mnA treatment m 0,u L, D. Bailor, M. D.. . . . J. L. Each, M. D. DR8. BAILOR A ESCH. : Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a, Specialty. ' , Classes Aenrately Fitted. ', Offlea No. 119 Mala 8L No. 5 East Main Street, cases $10 per month. Consultation Free. -

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