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The Lead Daily PioNEER-TiriEs. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), FKIDA Y, N'OVEMHHK 2, 11)00. 25th YEAR. FIVE CENTS. A SPECIAL 1ST. is offered for sale or rent Good business location. Good term tcau be secured. Apply toc5IJ;. Anderson for further particulars. 10-2Ctf EACH DEPARTMENT OK OI R WORK IS IN CHARGE OK SEfll-ANNUAL High Grade Photographs FALL AND WINTER The People Testify that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrofula, eruptions, (atarrh, rheumatism, dyspepsia, nervous troubles, and you may talt it with confidence that it will do for you DISPLAY Pictures Sniarged at Home i what it has done for others. The non-irritating cathartito is Hood's Pills. 25c. AT CIIICACO PRICES IBLACK HILL3 PORTRAIT COMPANY OF FINE MILLINERY S. D. . v. i Av.r. v.v CAPES and JACKETS, J No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, AWAVAVWAWA' VV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.'.V. Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room 6, over Monhelm's store, they are prepared to do first class dressmaking. They engage none but experienced persons in the business and all work is guaranteed to be first class. Orders from the surrounding country given prompt attention. lm LADIES' SUITS and FURS, And Seasonable Dry Goods. o- JULIUS RESORT. Death of O. L. Anderson. Yesterday inorniiiK at -l : ' O. I. All dorson died at the Lead hospital. He was 53 years, 7 months and 2'J days old. Ho was born In Sweden and ram.) to America in 1879 and shortly after moved to the Tllaek Hills and has been employed with the Home-stake for many years. Hejeavos a wife In Sweden, and four sons In Lead, John, Lust, Oscar and Albin. To Speak at Terry. Thomas L. Kedlon will address the citizens' of Ter ry tomorrow, Saturday evening. Mr nodion is an able at-! torney and a tliient speaker, and is a I man well posted upon the issues of the campaign. All will enjoy listen-j ing to him whether they agree with him politically or not. 1 o I Funeral of Ira Z. Putnam. ; Funeral services over the remains shadows of light and dark. He has otitiiiiied to improve until now he can .see wilh his riht eye to read, and yesterday was able to be upon the street alone. His left eye, too, is improving, and altho ho cannot see with it. his physician, Dr. Railor, thinks he will regain the eight of it also, but It will probably be necessary to operate upon it. ' o Handsome Ticket Office. COMMENCING 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. Here you can always get the best of hot soups and the cooking is Just "as good as mother used to cook."The fa- OCTOBER 15 held moua Anheuser-Busch beer constantly of the late Ira 7.. Putnam will l And continuing thru the season. moon in Miners'011 toD- A Quiet, orderly, up-to-date of Masonic ball. German beer hall. Visitors from the at 2 o'clock this aft I'nion hall, instead The Elkhorn Railroad company has secured the corner room on the first lloor of the new hotel at Lead and will fit it up as a ticket office as soon to ' surrounding country, as well as cltl- de ' 7cns generally or Lead are Invited 'I he hange of places was mad accommodate the large number siring to attend. i to call. 9 18-tf as the hotel Is complete. This will j be the most desirable room in the lio- j tel. It will bo the southeast room of l the building, fronting on Mill and ' Pine streets, and will bo the only cor- I 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, Chc.ce Furs and elegant Dress Materials and Trimmings, will su: pass all previous effort, and we believe be the most complete and a.;ud in the Hills country. . .. Ho was a member In good ' indlng of tho Lead City Miner's Union and the funeral will take place from their hall Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, under Funeral Director S. R. Smith. Death was the result of injuries received about ten days ago, when he was caught between the tender of the tramway engine and the bide of the shed by the cars leaving the track when they were on the way out from tho Highland ore bins with a train-load of cars. He was riding on the front end of the tender when the accident occurred. He was well known In Lead and was a man liked by all Monuments. (leorge J. Snyder ha3 the agency for Kimball Bros., the monument firm of Lincoln thit has erected so many Communication. Editor Pioneer-Times: Will you please s!ate tin i yoi.r paper for me that my name was made use of by the fusion forces and placed uponiFt0nes in tha Hills. Those in want sistant without j wm do wpl, by ,.allng at No 21 Gold their program as an a ii i y consent. I am a repuuni an. (Jl'S AltltAMSOX Box 655 7 'Mm ""Hi,, Kfi uuui coaiug LiUtn Lead. S. D. ner room on that floor facing two .streets. The railroad company will order special furniture for the room, and will make It one of the most attractive ticket oinVes along the Northwestern .system. The company has shown its faith in tUe future of Lead by securing a five 'years' lease, and will pay a handsome rental. The architect in charge of construction on the new building anonnces that it will be ready for occupancy by the first of the coming year. who knew him. Notice. The city council of the city of Lead, and the officers of the city, are hereby called to meet at the City haTl Bi Brick Store Or- I today, November 2nd, 1900, at 1::!0 j p. in., to attend the funeral of Alder- man Ira Z. Putnam. , j FRANK ABT, Sr., Mayor. An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they are not afflicted with any disease, but that the' system simply needs cleansing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fit; Syrup Co. only, and sold by all di iiRgists. . . o Winter Evenings ate coming, whe.i home amusements call for new, clean playing cards. Our new series Is superb and novel. Army and Navy heroes on court cards. We send them prepaid for 25 cents a pack, money or stamps; Malt-Nu- A Small Sized Strike. Yesterday being the first day of November the contractors on the sewer system In Lead attempted to reduce the number of hours ror a day's work to nine and at the same time pay only $2.25 per. day, instead of ten hours' work and $2.50 per day. As a result the men all quit work and struck for a continuation of employment under the ten hours arrangement, and things looked serious for awhile, but the matter was finally settled amicably, when Mayor Abt appeared upon the scene and suggested to the contractor that they start work at 6:30 and allow only a half hour for dinner, end In this way the full ten hours could be gotten in, and the men and the contractor being agreeable, the men returned to work and everything now is progressing as smoothly as ever. Col. Steele at Lead. Next Monday evening Colonel W. R. Steele will address the voters of Lead on the political Issues. His address will be given for the particular attention and benefit of those who hold to the faith and principals of democracy, and will be one of the most Interesting and instructive speeches of the campaign. The colonel is too well known to need an introduction, and the simple fact that he is to speak will be a sufficient advertisement to draw an Immense crowd. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QUEENSWARt and GLASSWARE tnne Dept.. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Dickinson-May Furniture Co. 5 3 HEADQUARTERS FOR P Wall Paper 4o Largest assortment in the city. Ass'n., St. Louis, Mo. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS FICTUR E FR AM ING . . A Specialty. J AGENTS FOR Suits, Skirts. Jackets, Capes Football Tomorrow. Tomorrow the Lead High school eleven will meet the Deadwood High school eleven at a matched game of football upon the Deadwood grounds. The Lead boys have been practicing industriously the past two weeks, and their opponents in tomorrow's game will be assured of an Interesting time. The game will be called at 2 o'clock. WHITE SEWING MACHINE g All new styles in WINDOW SHADES 8 SiSSSS SSXSSS SSSSSJ sssssjsssjs ssssv; Better Than 16 to 1. Wednesday evening the Slavonian Society of Lead met at their lodge rooms and elected officers and transacted other business. After the meeting had adjourned all remained and a poll was taken. There were seventy-five present and the result of tho poll gave William McKinley seV-enty-two and William Bryan three rotea. They believe in even a greater ratio than 16 to 1. I. O. O. F. All members of Lead City Lodge I. O. O. F. and all visiting members, are requested to meet at their hall at 2 p. m., Friday, to attend the funeral of Brother Putnam. liy order of the N. G. W. W. WHEELER, Sec. n . Mrs. W. M. Lashabaugh is reported quite sick. John Treber will open a saloon in Terraville today. Attorney George B. Thompson has gone out into the wilds for a few days' sport with the festive deer and a shot or two at the prairie chickens. This evening will occur the dance given by the Golden Star club. This will likely be the last dancing party given by the club before they move into their new quarters. Andy Traut went down to Sturgis yesterday afternoon for the purpose of doing some figuring upon the contract to be let for the plumbing of the new government buildings at Fort Meade. Miss Margaret Gibbs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gibbs, of Lead, submitted to an operation, for appendicitis at the Lead hospital yesterday morning. She rallied well from the operation and is doing as nicely as cna be expected. William Folden, who resides in Washington addition, while on bis way home Wednesday evening, carrying under his arm a length cf stovepipe, tripped and fell. The end of the pipe caught him under the ch'n, the other end planting in tha ground. He sustained quite a severe cut under tho chin and also on the neck. tnh cuts bleeding freely. He repaired as soon as possible to the office of Doctors Bailor and Each, where he was attended, and will probably only suffer a sore chin and neck as the result of his fall. ON THE BAR' JAIN SQUARE. Life and Accident J Friday l Saturday .Insurance of Tim Week. ; A. F."4L A. M. All members of Golden Star Lodge No. 9 are requested to meet at the lodge room this, afternoon, at 1 o'clock sharp to attend the funeral of our late brother Ira Z. Putnam, which will be held at the Miner's Union hall at 2 o'clock. B yorder of W, M. E. F. IRWIN, Sec. o Assumed Partnership. Yesterday Arthur Monahan entered into partnership in the real estate and insurance business heretofore conducted by Theo. E. Geskey. Mr. Monahan and Mr. Geskey are both entef-prising and wide awake young men and will undoubtedly enjoy their share of the business. Hla Eyesight Returned. Captain Grant Todd is undoubtedly as happy a man aa can be found In the state of South Dakota. It will be remembered that- about two months ago the Pioneer-Times gave to Its readers that Grant Todd had become blind. He had been troubled with a disease affecting his eyesight and had become totally hUnd and remained so for almost three months. At on! time his physician had almost ttren . up hopes of him ever regaining the sight But a,short time ago his sight began to return and he could discern THEO. E. GESKEY. Xoctca.. Sontli Daltota To every buyer of any article 1 c:fl5?iaB?.wrT v;v..v- of the above lines for $7.00 or more ONE PAIR OF Kid Gloves ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLDMBBB and Steam Rtter LEAD. SO. DAE 3 Clasp, Best Gloves-ALL DR. TODD, Physieiai and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Mill Street, LEAD, S. D DISEASES OF THE ' SKIN AND BLOOD AND ALL DISEASES MEN AND WOMEN. COLORS. eOUPIDIEirilAIIlN 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 1 7 I 8 '91 O Bl Henry Sebnitze'a assay office and laboratory is looted in the basement of Faust's ntw block. Lead, and he is prepared to fill all orders in his line, tf 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." juain street. Lead. tf I have a salvo that will beat this world for piles, and If yon dont believe It, try It Apply to William Tonkin. Lead. S. D. lm ,Wanted.-rA girl to do general housework. Inquire of William Fell AND TBK PBIMAKY. SEOONDAB1 YOU HAVE LEARNED OUR COST MARK R. K. MORTON, M, D. Practice devoted exclusively to dla-eaaa of the Eye, Ear Throat Reading Glassea end Glasaea tor the Relief of Headache and Poor Vision, Accurately Fitted. OFFICE IN FAUST BLOCK. (Over Dlckenaon'g Drag Store.) OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a.' m.; 3 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. TIART STAGE. Friday and Saturday ONLY AT HENRY MODEM'S' LEAD 8. D. L. D. Bailor, M. D.. . . . J. L. Each, M. D. DRS. BAILOR A ESCH. Dlaeasea of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. Glasses Acurately Fitted. ' ""r Office No. 11 Main St "Venereal Diseases In Their Most Malignant Forms. STRICTURE, RUPTURE AN PILES, RHEUMATISM, GRAVEU KIDNEY AND BLADDER COM- And we have learned that we con not sell Cloth ing in a Basement . " er. ,44 South Bleeker street Lead, tf 'arl Moberg, contractor and builder. oves iJid?alses buildings and builds PLAINTS. Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Bubo, hnnnea on tha Imrfillmont ,!. Ti,. - y.rau, , A public are welcome to get estimates. ana and Losses, 8exual Weakness Imnotenev in ""Young COME AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT COST and ne makes a specialty of undertak Men. Wanted! Wanted! Middle aged MARK. ings where mechannlcal skill Is necee-Csary to insure a successful comple Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in Bearch of WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And U yom knew hla price 6a these NOSE, , 8T0M- tion. . tf DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, THROAT, LUNGS, LIVER AND BO"" ACH, DYSPEPSIA J. P. Smith, successor to Rone? ft Smith, Trill par the highest price for Secondhand Foroitare, Etc. At Englewood. A republican rally will be held at Englewood nex? Saturday evening. James P. Wilson and others will address the meeting. WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP PHASES TROUBLES. TH DR. TODD'S SUPPORTER FOR SURE CURE OF RupTURE" ... NASAL CATARRH: Vr. Tow original deniiflc cure. remedies and treatment in or4J"" gains, call at his place of business, i I've Got It! Y6tl Want It Just shore Miners' Untoa block. Mala T . a' ' n rr t. - i. Let's 5 East r:ain Street, Property for Sale. t . The- one-story -brick j building - on Main street owned by Charles Anderson, back of the First National bank. j Get Together. street -1 V 1V unrsiis" - f LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA, Youra for business, STEVE. ' Consu:rtlp Free. sW 1 '