The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on July 26, 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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Wednesday, July 26, 1899
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THE DAnT IQJJEE-TIMES, VElNESpAY, AfOBNIKG, JULY 20, 1899. I I new stock which they are to receive for the I k new stock which they are to receive for the LEAD PIONEER-TIMES. LEAD'S i ! ! ! This Is to make room (or their mammoth holiday trade. They have secured the services of Charles E. Monor, of Kansas City, one of the beet auctioneers in the west. Rare bargains can be had there. . George Fisher, a former engineer for the 1899. LEAD S. D. JULY 25, Mammoth Department Store announcement! Our Stoc ars now complete and full in all Deriartmn, Homefitake company, is in from Hear gulch . r.i're he has been mining. Mi, l-ish-i has sj nt the most of his tiim during Me last year in lhat vicinity developing sc.'!-' WOODMEN I'ICNIC The following is tbe program for the ' Woodmen picnic at Woodvllle on the 27tb J l n0 p. rn. Grand parade of Woodmeo ' A J100 1'rize Banner given to the camp quartz claims anil Hais met with pret'. Kiwil mit'cefls. He has not struck a bi liody of ore. but has run acrrag Mrlngcni of copper stained quartz that ;ir well streaked with free gold, some ape. . incus of which he has with him. Mr. li:. er says there is a great deal of prospe-! in being done out there aiel some placer -mr TKKKAY II.I.K METHODISTS On Tuesday nlnlii. A ' 1. the Terra Vllle MethodlatB will iv.- .1 literary entertainment ami supiicr in the . hun-h. A r-dial Invitation is ex'-inli-l In all the friends of Hie tt meet with the members anil ItCve a ffil lime. The Tel ravllle chureh hax hail an awaJii 11 j 11 atel they are llocklus about Castor Itn hanl in 8 way that means a briKlit future for tin-society. Mr. Rl- hanls Is a new 111 Mu Pry Goods. Clothing, Millinery, Wraps aud Suits, Carpets. Trunks and Valeses and House Furnishings. Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Class and Oils, Mine and Mill Suppiies me. The outlook he thinks is very prom I having ihe laigest percentage of itn members in Inn- (record taken from July! j-asd report.) 1 'M p. in -Address of welcome l.y Pre.;. H. C. Jen'n Address on Woiiiieraft by Kev J. C. luiVal 2:00 p. ui.-Tu yard race, first prize .i.OO, 2nd $10o. HunninK high jump. 2 and $1. Hoys race (under 15 years) $1 and 00c. Novelty rock race. (I and 'ic. Illindfold race, (1 and 50c. Running broad jump, J2 and $1.50. giw.k rave, ti and tl .54). Ladled isuik and he will soon return to push wnik on his claims and intends to make th. rom muni ty, hut he is btfliiK Kteeie.l by r 1: 1 bouses at each oiiortuiiily country his home. o- REDEKAHS TK I I'MI'll The above is the title of the play that will be put on iy Mrs Ie Alia Gillan.l on NOTICE. I lieiHby give imttie thai all school or lers issued and registered prior to Janu the evenlnK of Aunust in in the Miner! egg and apoon race, silver spoon, silver ary 1. lsiitj. by School District No. 8. wil be paid on presentation at my office In Witb unequalled facilities for buying aud selling we as your inspection of The Largest Quantity, The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. THE. thimble. iligta vaulting, $2 and J1.5U Girls race (under 10 years) $1.00 and 00c Three legged race, $2 and $1.50. Union opera house. All the people are talking about It and express Intentions of going. Mrs. Ollland la a very popular young woman with talent enough to con Central City. Interest on same will ceas 10 days from this notice. C. K. WEEDON, Dist. Treas Central City, Lawrence county. S. D July l'Jth, 18H9. (7-20-lm) Base ball game. Gold Hun Camp nine against any M. W. Camp $10. stitute a whole entertainment herself, but to make the event more Interesting she has secured the most accomplished enter tain ere In the city. A ball follows the show and for this the best music has been provided. There will be nothing cheap or 1 1 The Famous Black Mills Summer Resort Dancing will commence promptly at 2:30 p. m. Mualo by Prof. Emo's orchestra the finest the Black Hills can produce. The steam merry-go-round will be on tbe grounds. Trains will leave Lead at 8 a. m. and every hour thereafter. South Lead and Terravllle, 1st train 7:30 and every hour thereafter. Round trip 60 cents. Special trains leave Deadwood at 9 a. Lead. S, anything atnatuerish about the affair. Mrs. Ollland expects to delight the Deadwood theatre goers with the same production bout the 14th. 0 Sylvan Late Hotel. BLCK HILLS MAPS. Wall Map showing geology and topo m. connecting with the Black Hills & Ft 5. R. SMITH, Dealer in KIRS SCARE At midday yesterday the clamoring of the bells and loud blasts of whistles called out the department to extinguish a sup Pierre at Englewood. Round trip 05 cents Burlington and Elkhorn railroads have Elevation 6,200 feet Dry air. Hot weather unknown. Mountain scenery unsurpassed. Harney Peak by donkeys made a rate of one fare for the round posed fire In the Smith-Cotton ft Andrews block. In less than a minute from the Boating on the Lake. trip from all points In the Black Hills. (7,25,3t.) o graphy of Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming; 13 colors. Price J1.60 Pocket Map showing geology same as above, containing a complete description of the mineral and otbr resources of the Black Hills; cloth cover. Price $1.25. Pocket Map off Black Hills, plain, containing a description of mineral and other j flrst alarm the com paries were out with House is new and modern In appoint (he Br apparatus ready to fight the flames Hiss Marie Gore was up from Piedmont Carpets, Crockery, Carriages, wagons, Pianos, Organs, Ere. if any had showed themselves, but an portuolty- was not given. After the couplings were mads it was found that the ments. Send for souvenir views. F. B. COLES, Manager, Cutter, S. D. resources of the Black Hills, paper cover. yesterday. Mrs. Sawyer was up from Elk Creek yesterday on a visit with friends. Th Pioneer-Times it on sat at L, D. smoke Issuing from the windows, came . trom harmless source and that there was SEWING MACHINES. Price 40 cents. Map of the Black Hills. Price 25 cents For sale at the office of THE PIONEER-TIMES. Jacobs' Baaar, wtoere you can also get th finest amok la town. (tf.) For the best Make I sell a toJ S. R. Smith sold an elegant chickerlng Til TABLE DEADWOOD. Ijl'tiiTiWl')! 1 m bo firs to quench. The baker at the Ann Arbor bakery In the basement of the block had put on a little heavier heat than usual and a stop being out of the flue In Victor Jepasn's apartments, the smoke came out in large volumes from all the windows presenting a very threatening appesxanoe. piano to Miss Matie Vaughn in Deadwood. binger for $32.50. I sell a G00DSE ING MACHINE like cut WarranJ SATURDAY EXCURSIOONS TO HOT A meeting of the Catholic Order of For 1 for ten years for $25.50. esters Is called for this evening at tbe Miners Union hall. Business of Import Linooln,' SPRINGS VIA "NORTHWESTERN LINE." To Hot Springs and return at on fare. ance. COONS IN TERRY Undertaking a Specialty. Omaha, Ortloago, St. Joseph, Kansas City, St. Lou la and all ' Oalorodyn Cough Mixture will curs Oonver, Helena, Butte, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and all points west Monday night was coon's night In Terry and Itinera Union hall was crowded with ' as-called,- and so appearing revelers. It $6.20, for the round trip. Tickets geod to return seven dayt from date of tale. Th Elkhorn tram leaving Deadwood at ( p. that ooutfa, or w refund th money. L, p. Jenkins, dracxist. (tf.) points east and S. R. SMITH. - LEAD . was a dance and the color line was drawn south. m. is the popular train to Hot Springs, as It leaves after the close of bussaess Lot 14, block 26, was transferred yes terday by C. Q. Tanner from Nick Cap- hours. atanovick to Jacob Bottooovlck, consideration $2500. Train Lt-sve .1 follows: Mo :)' tibuled Expreas. dally, Hot Springs, Linooln, Omaha Chicago and all points Bast. South and West !:Min Tie Furmtnre liii Dickinson-May :i Mrs Warren of the M. E. church band W. 110. Local, dally except Sutday No. 3, will give a "Japanese Tta" it he' Bald Mountain and 9 pear SPECIAL EXCURSIONS. home on Wall street next Monday evening. C (04. freight, dally except Sun DEALERS IN Mr. Hardin, of the 8prtngeid Fire In day, Hill City, Custer and and EMgwnon 7:60am Sundays this fright learn at.: 00 a a Trains arrive as follows: Pittsburg, Pas. July 30, 3L The above la a partial Hit of some at surance company, left last evening tor bom. He placed his conmanr's Loa 1 In Furniture, Crockery Glassware tbe more Important excursions to b terests with Tbeo E. Oeskev. No. ML Eastern Pass nsT. Dally. U:o D No. Ml. Spearflib. Train. Daily, ex- given by the popular Burlington routs, during the sammer. For tuU informa eept Sunday 11.06 a m A company of home talent will give "Un No. 101 Freight, Daily, except Sua- known" In ths opera nous this evening. tion as to Hnttta, dates of sale, tickets. The company will give a food entertain? ay ll:00am Sundays this freight arrives. . I: tip Peeping, dining sad reclining chair ears eta, call at paawater depot Everything Strictly up to date and prices that cannot beW men I and no one need hesitate about tC Ing to hear them. seals tree, on all through trains. Railwa and steamshlo tlcketa sold and bag gag W. T. ROBERTSON. Ticket Agent. wecked to all potnta House bought and told, aaonsy loaned. xxw inforoiaUoii, time tables, snaps rw gen era Insurance and notary pablle. Tie and tickets call on or write to J. lor T. Jepsen, room No. 1. Cottoa A -An FRANCIS. General JOHN ELMEHK, Paatenger Agent, Undertakers s and Embalmers. srtrctly, a black face being the only credential that would admit anyone. The Terry orchestra (colored) furnished the tautio that was Just suitable to the occas-alon. . The "white trash" looked on m envy -while the dancers enjoyed themselves so delUUtfuUy. A splendid supper was served at the Calloway house at midnight, but dancing continued until morning which served as a hint tor them to return to their reapcotive homes and wash up for their duties of the day. It was a very successful affair and those that attended from th's vicinity say that they were treated nicely And had a fins time. u- 'i 1 0 1 111 ' ' DELLS! . ENGINE BELLS! If anyone tools to make a few observations, they may see evsry day of the week hist such sights as our friend Blliy Lang describes In the following verses. Of course there are a variety of sights to be seen 00 that lnc"ne to the depot du ft) nany causes. Generally thoM wishing to take the Deadwood Central wait until the last minute and are often seen with kid in one hand and a big grip in the other running like wild fir to catch the train, but this la what Billy saw a popular traveling man of Deadwood do:- .. I Adown Main street on a rapid run, ' Like a shot fired from a gun, - ' Came a man on a summer's day, -'' ' JJo one tried to bar his w '.' Ip either hand he grasped a "grip," And umbrella by the slip,": - : !:- ;' With perspiration nearly blind. . Coat tails flying out behind. Hat down o'er his ears was pressed; " Necktie siding down his vest: J Collar buttons, plain but neat. drew Mock, Lead. 8. U. (tt) , Omaha, Neb. House Mover Mi Repairer. Bennle Dewey had a lee badly bruised by W. T. ROBERTSON, " Ticket Agent AB Work Done Wtta Promptness and flinptti-fo , J. I BENTLEY being rod over by a hot cart yesterday during the fir. The lad's limb was tup-posed to be broken, but fortunately It was Commercial Agent Lead South DaU No. 3 Mam St. HIAWATHA PARK. - LEAD, a D. not and he will -only be laid up for a short time. - ' D. C. TRAINS BETWEEN' DEADWOOD THEO B. GESKST-Heal Batata. Loan AND LEAD. LEAVE DEADWOOD. and Insurance, all kinds of Local writing don. General Agent of tb Tjnioa Sav Dally, except Sunday Sr6tm PT ., :Mam ings Aa.n. 1 Good live ma wanud. as "o'teltors, i, v V' - Dally, except Sunday 10:36 am llrllpm Daily i:0epm Daily, except Sunday :15 n m Gates' RggI and Ore BpusW A. very Interesting meeting of the De pally, except Sunday 4:20 am gree of Honor was held Monday night. At this Urns th rsslgnaton of Mist Anna Abt Pilr I:.a GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 1 at Homestake M Co Polly DMcribed In our No. 1, Catalogue. Dally, except Sunday 7:00 p m Dally, except Sunday i hdi DHlr - : Daily, except Sunday .M:M la and Miss Browle as financier and C. 'of C. were accepted. Mrs. Mary Tlmpsoa and I- Mrs. Miller were elected and Installed into . LEA VB LEAD. CTTT. , these offlees. ' except Sunday t:SSam special Daiiyr Daily FltlE CRUSHED U B. Orton, successor to Beemar ft Or- They were melting wit htns beat, Daily, except Sunday .11:0 am " ...U:Mm toa. fa oastaatlr rsostflag aew Jwlrf sad ffert patter tnlnssfntt tfcaa any thtr Arm la town. Special atUnUoa tt umiij, . conoecis wna siasxtn ......... l:Mnm Dailly, exewpt Sunday 1:40 a m called t hit fin watch repairing).' - ftf.) Daily, except Sunday ............ 4:41pm umiij , :wp Dally,: exoeaa gaaday ' T:ll t BtlU 00 he went.' and none knw where., la fact . they really satdnt ears, ? 80 as they got from out ths track , as they supposed, a manlae, With eyes protruding from his head.4 ' Face and neck a lobster red. rieetlna .toward th R. B. track, 1 i -A dally case of suicide tha's a fact. 4 , Mlsa Mary Hoi dredge, of Omaha, daughter of General Manager Hotdredg of ire - : .. .. , , Our New Design will interest you. Gates'; High Grade Rolls GatestaprciBiiVashrsiiTiyarB the Standard. r C3-cta, atiooo dnL XloB Daily, Tadsy M. 1:1 pat Daily t:M t m B. dt M., and Idas Domnt of Chiugo, art Dairy, exoept Buaday l:Um gnesta of Dr. and Mr. D. K. Dtckiasos Th young ladles are her on a pleanirt F. ml. A If. Y. B JU But what's the matter? What's he donet trip and wilt' remain several days to en Xone could tell, not eves on, - joy th delightful climate and scenery. Adopted by the Homestake Mining Co But now he stops Why t Can you tell? " THB' NORTHWESTERN UNI 1 DEPOT: Betweea Deadwsod and Pit Chariot W. Deetrtck and daughter of Trcmaln Stea tamp Mil, Ti Hastings are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen ArrlTss. Departs. In ' , ry Sehnittei la West Lead. Mr. Deitrick 1 was U ths Hills la 1875-1 therefor it no . - . founeei catalogues describe our Mining Machinery. F' PURNELL Sofe Agt I ft n nnni ill ir OTTO Yes h heart the P. C angina bell. Then off again, bona dare lmpeda, .- Down th street with greater speed. Till ths depot he's reached at last. "Whore he sat, but with a gasp, Wat heard to sax above the din, -I It,, th train's nst coming la. ' - LANO, 0 stranger In th country. He la aow a successful banker la Hastings. They will re- ft i nrouga craws va umaaa Chioago, 6. FaaL Mia , aeapoUs, with clot coo-. aectlont tor all potass ' west and tnata, ax FT- . snemt and Omaha 11 a ti " f p DEPOT: Lower Kala Street. ' Whltewood, Storgis, Rapid, Chadroo . and . later - It onus wiB several day t see all th sights of For Die Black Hill. ' Offlc Opposite Bullock Hotel m Inter est if aedUte poinU ,u..,..l:4 at l:Sta FresSi cut roses and carnations for sal. Beginning today Quimby Co. will commence to tell by auction their nice, large stock of Jewelry, diamonds, watches, etc. : ' ELSTON AVE.. CHICAGO. ' Bene rourcoe ....... "1:16 aai 11:00 s Whltewood only ...... T:M a m N:aia XTae, the EadJler's, Lead. "'. (tf.) " aep ouaaay.

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