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

Lead, South Dakota
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Wednesday, October 24, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. - .. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK DILLS), WEDNESDAY, (MTOIiEK 24, 1900. FIVE CENTS. 25th YEAR. I That Joyful Feeling, I With the ehilarating sense of renewed I health and strength and Internal cleanll- $ EACH DEPARTMENT OK OUR WORK IS IN CHARGE OF A SPECIALIST. " SEni-ANNUAL X ones, which follows the use of Syrup of X 1'igs, Is unknown to the few who have not j progressed beyond the old-time medicines 'and the cheap substitutes sometimes of- FALL AND WINTER High Grade Photographs Piclilres Enlarged at Home DISPLAY j fured but never accepted by the well- informed. Buy the genuine. Manufactured ' by the California Fig Syrup Co. ! I AT CHICAGO PRICES I BLACK HILLh PORTRAIT COMPANY ! JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsamen'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. OF FINE MILLINERY No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, 8. D. CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and FURS, Here you can always get the best of hot soups and the cooking Is Just "as good as mother used to cook. "The fa And Seasonable Dry Goods. mous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly James Ward of Lead left yesterday j James Ryan of Terravlllc has been for Hot Springs to .'nr.r the Soldiers : engaged as the caller. The lire boys Home always enjoy a good attendance at .1 M Kllis left on vesteiday morn- i t,le dances and it is certain that they on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date German beer hall. Visitors from the will do their part to make all have surrounding country, as well as citizens generally of Lead are Invited to call. 9 18-tf inn's train for the southern Hills to look after mining interests. an enjoyable time. COMMENCING The Clan Stewarts' annual Hallow I e'en concert and dance will be held j TRAMWAY TRAIN WRECK. ' An Employe Caught Beneath the Tender and Sustains In urles. ' Yesterday afternoon at ulmiil 1 o'clock, I,. O. Anderson met with a Hcrlons accident wnilo at work. Tin-small tramway train was in the act of coming out from the Highland ore hins with a long train of loaded cars, and Mr. Anderson, who Is employed to clean the tracks and keep them in clear running order, had got onto the front end of the tender and was riding outT Whi n near the nuiiith of the tunnel the wheels of the tender struck some obstacle and was thrown from the track. Mr. Anderson was OCTOBER 15 And continuing thru the season. Monuments. George J. "Snyder has the agency for Kimball Bros., the monument firm of Lincoln thtt has erected so many stones in the Hills. Those In want will do well by calling at No. 27 Gold street, or addressing Look Box 655, Lead, S. D. 1 '21m The residence of J. 1! Fisher was quarantined yesterday on account of the sickness with dipbtneria of their h year old boy. Charles II . AmU'isou. representing the Northern Assurance company, was in Lead yesterday with the local i'gent, Theo. Geskey Mrs Krey and two sons arrived yesterday from their home at I'ekin, Illinois. They will visit with Mm. Km lis. who is a sister of Mrs Kiev. Thomas K. Harvey went down to Kochford yesterday He will be out j file balanace of the week speech, making for McKmley anil prosperity. James I'ass wagered $.",() against j on 1 uesday, October Mlh, in society haul. A short concert commencing at 8: ir will be given. Hallowe'en games and darn ing to the music of a good orchestra and the elan piper. Tickets ITi cents each. tf Alderman I. .1. Putnam, who is suf fering with a severe case of blood poisoning, has been taken to the Lead hospital, where lie ca.n receive the constant attention of a physician. His case does not seem to be any worse the past few days, hut his physician wishes to give him every advantage possible. Charles Anderson and wife return 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. MONHHM'S JIAKCAIXS ? I r.O that liryan would b elecieci. i ,i tr, .)..,!.. ,,.,,, ; Lead on last 1 hev went evenings Ittirliugton caught between the sides of the slied and the tender and badly Injured. He was taken to the hospital where It was found that ho had sustained no badly broken leg and several bruises about the body. Whether be was Injured internally will require time to determine. When the tender jumped the track it caused a number of ore cars to also leave the track and pile one upon the other, making (uta a wreck, and placing the injured man in a perilous position Rnd It Is fortunate that he was not fatally injured. n Married. Last evening Mr. George Hutton to Denver on ::, rrjFriday 1 Saturday other places of interest j other I weeks ago an Springs and Bi Stor while away. They report having had g Brick e and seen many j a very enjoyable till! points of interest. OF THIS WEEK. 1000 YAIULS PKINTS in the Dark, f Medium and Lijjht Colors. All standard floods Sets. l'EH YAHI). m A l j oe. ALL OTHER "Tli'lNTfcS Hundred I'atterns to select Dickinson-May Furniture Co. was married to - Miss Christina McKay at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Crulekshank In Washington addition to Lead. The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of the friends of the contracting parties. Mr. Alex. Rose acted an groomsman, and Miss Turner as bridesmaid. The - wedding ceremonies were followed by a bounteous supper. The groom Is employed at the residence of Superintendent T. J. Grier as gardener. The bride has been a resident of Lead for some time and Is a niece of Mro. Cruickshank. The newly wedded couple will make their home In a neat cottage in the lower end of Washington addition. from Sets. PER YARD. Mrs. Warson, who has been in Lead for three or four months visiting with her daughter Mrs. W. R. Dickinson, left yesterday for New York where she will visit friends for a time, and then return to her home at Seattle, Wash. Mr. Warson will remain In Lead until his wife has finished her visit, when he will return home. James Halloran is the first property owner on Main street to set shade trees on the outside of the sldewalk In front of his home. This Is a suggestion to all owners of property along this principal street of the city What a splendid appearance it would give to the city if a row of shade trees were to be seen along either side of the street and it would impress strangers of the pride our residents took in the city. If each one would set out trees in front of their property, within a few years the street would present the appearance of some of the cities of the east. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QU EENSWARt and GLASSWARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Wall Paper NOTICE. That all may have an oppor UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS HCTU" R E Ffi A MTN G . . A Specialty. tunity to participate in this .Jim should know better and not be so foolish with his hard earned money. Mrs. A N. Stephens of Illinois, who has been visitiug with the family of Arthur Kinney of Spearfish, Was in Lead visiting with Mrs. Thomas L. Uedlon. Miss Grace Dyer and mother went down to Hill City yesterday morning. Miss Dyer is teaching school near that place and mother goes for a Tew days' visit. C. C. Martin, representing the Norwich Union Insurance company ofi which Victor Jepsen Is the local agent, was In Lead looking after the tympany's Interests. The Current Events club will meet with Mrs. Horace Clark Wednesday afternoon at 2.30. Topic: "The Naval and Military Academies," Mrs. Freeman. Poet. Whittier. "Life of Poet," Mrs. Stone. J. E. Brown and Thomas Glass, both of Kearney, Neb., were in Lead yesterday. They are engaged in representing eastern wholesale houses and were among the trade in this city. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Boyer of Lead, died early yesterday morning and was buried yesterday afternoon in the South Lead cemetery. The baby was only twenty-four hours old. M,r. Paul Frank and Miss Ann Gergen will be united In marriage at 7:15 this morning by Rev. Father Redmond. Both of the contracting parties are residents of Lead and will make this city their home. A letter from Henry Schnitzel, who Is now in Chicago for medical treatment, writes anything but encouragingly of his condition. He says the physicians will have to operate upon him and it is doubtful whether he will be able to stand it. The Alert Hose company's annual ball will take place on the evening of the 31st of this month at the Miners' pnlon hall. Chamberlain's orchestra will furnish the music, and very low priced sale on prints, we reserve the rijiht to limit Earnest assortment in the citv. each buyer to 15 yards only. AGENTS FoR WHITE SEWING MACHINE All new styles in WINDOW SUADES SSSW5i SWW5W SiSSJSJS KSS?i SSS.5S &SViV, Friday and Saturday ONLY AT i W HENRY MOMiEIM'S LEAD S. D. Hiife etrLci Accident j a Myrtle Vinton. The Myrtle Vinton company was greeted last evening by a falr-gtied audience at the Opera house in Lead. The play was the melodrama, "The Colonel's Wife." The various parts were handled la an artistic way and the; audience showed their appreciation by., repeated, applause. This is a good, company, and deserves the liberal patronage that they have had the past two nights. , o . s. Injured HI Eye. George Waters of Terravllle' got a piece of steel in his eye yesterday, while cutting steel rails at the. Dead-wood-Terra. He was taken to the hospital at Lead, and upon the advice of Dr. Dickinson, left on last night's train for Omaha to consult Dr. Glf- ford, the noted oculist. The Injury is a serious one, but the doctors thin it will be possible to save the eye. " ...... J. B. Baker went down to Rochford yesterday morning. L. D. Bailor, M. D J. L. Each, M. O. ..Insurance.. DRS. BAILOR t E8CH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Smoke Cuba's Choice, union-made cigar. Best 5c cigar In the market For Sale of Lease. Two hoisting plants. For particulars call on Emil Faust, Lead. 10-8-lw If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Ctuunlson'i HON ARCH strictly union mad cigar. Factory In Hay block, Lead. Houses hought-and sold, money loaned, general Insurance and notary public Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cotton Andrews block. Lead. S. D. tf ' "Cuba's Choice" is famous for, its elegant flavor 5c. Ask your dealer. ' Henry Schn.tze's assay oglce and laboratory is located in the basement of Faust's new block. Lead, and he is prepared to 1111 all orders in his line. Ct Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut -flowers on hand. Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills, main street. Lead. , tf I have a salvo that will beat this world for plies, and if you don't be Throat a Specialty. . Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main St THEO. E. GESKEY. Load. Soutn JDaKota LANTHONY TRAUT DR. TODD. Wanted! ' Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Second- jand Furniture, Etc. PhysieiaL and Surgeon PBAGTICAL PIMBEB and Steam Rtter LEAD, 80. DAK eioi ui pi di Ei m A! II N FAWCETT BUILDING, No, II Mill Street, LEAD, S. D 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6U7 I 8 1 9! O PROFESSIONAL CALLS ANT 00- FIIHBMENT3 tLTTi.Nur.u- OFFICE SPECIALTIES. When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business. Just above Miners' Union block. Main street. LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. R. K. MORTON, Mt D. Practice devoted exclusively to dls-easa of the Eye, Ear Throat Reading Glasses, end Glasses for the Relief of Headache and Poor Vision. Accurately Fitted. OFFICE IN FAUST BLOCK. (Over Dickenson's Drug Store.) OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. YOU HAVE LEARNED OUR COST MARK lieve it, try it. Apply to William Tonkin. Lead, 8. D. 1 lm Carl Moberg, contractor and builder, moves and raises buildings and builds houses on the Installment .plan. The public are welcome to get estimates, and he makes a specialty of undertakings where mechannlcal skill is necessary to Insure a successful completion, tf First and Foremost in the field of medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It possesses unequaled merit and cures all diseases cause or promoted by impure or impoverished blood, including rheumatism, dyspepsia, catarrh. All liver Ills are cured by Hood's PUls. 25c. And we have learned that we con not sell Cloth ing in a-Basement , PKLMABY, SEOONDABi TIAKY 8TAtiE "Venereal Diseases In Their Most Malignant Forms- STRICTURE, RUPTURE PILES, RHEUMATISM. 6RA KIDNEY AND BLADDER PLAINTS. Gonorrhoea, deltT"0' "nnlf Losses, Sexual Weakness Impotency In '?Youna na Middle aged Men- diseases GfJeYE. eAR' N- Steve Zerega SIXTH H ANNUAL BALL ALERT HOSE CO. WILL BE GIVEN WeiL Evening, Oct 31st HALLOWE'EN NIGHT, AT THE OPERA HOUSE. Chamberlain's Orchestra will furnish the music and James Ryan of Central, haay been secured to do the calling. Executive . Committee Thomas Neary. Jr, John Crist. Joe GlUett C. R. Banker, W. J. Secor. Floor Committee William Harrery, Joe Pheney, Fred ShacVelford, E. R. Russell. A. Mochon, William Bender. Reption Commlttee-rHarry-Cool-Idge, William Lyon. Sam Patrick, Joe Wants to sec you when you are COME AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT COSTv MARK, ; r' . " V :;. , ; m'search of WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And If jo knew his price on these . HASES 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. W. Curran, agent 10-21-lw Dressmaking. -' At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room , over Monhelm's store, they are prepared to do first class dressmaking. They engage none bat experienced persons In the business and all work; is guaranteed ito be first-class. . 'Ordera from the surrounding country given prompt attention, -lm WHERE THEY. SELL CHEAP Atn, orerLrain TROUBLES. loii' NASAL .CATARRH: Dr goods, you would want to see him. I've Got It! You want It risonV. W. Eoerly. J. Lv Marcoux. I Let's Ofit Tncfof Vi No. 5 East Main Street, original scientific cure, w remedies and treatment In on cases 10 per month. Consultation Free. William Tldd. P. C. JlcHugh, Hike 1 - , o . Bowen, 0. Lnssier. , 1 1 ours lor business STEVE.

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