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The Lead Daily PioNEER-TiriEs. ( BLACK II I LLS ), (tZSHa y, ? 25th YEAH. LEAD, S. D. NOVEMUER 6, 1900. SEHNANNOAL I have a salvo that will beat this world for plies, and If you don't believe it. try it Apply to William Tonkin. Lead. S. D. lm Wanted. A girl to do general housework. Inquire of William Feil-er, 44 South Bleeker street, Lead, tf Gar 1 Meberg; eeatraeto and builder, FALL AND WINTER 7 KACH DWARTMKNT OF OUR WORK IS IN CHARGE OF A SPECIAL 1ST. iHigh Grade Photographs ! Pictures Iniargcd at Home I moves and raises buildings and builds DISPLAY 1 houses on the Installment plan. The i public are welcome to get estimates, ! and he makes a specialty of undertak- i AT CIIICAC.O PR CKS lngs where mechannlcal skill Is necessary to insure a successful completion, tf o IBLACK H I LLi PORTRAIT COMPANY I OF FINE MILLINERY i No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and FURS, And Seasonable Dry Goods. I Dressmaking. j At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-j room 6, over Monheim's store, they I are prepared to do first class dress-I making. They engage none but ex i perient cd persons In the business and i all work Is guaranteed to be first i class. Orders from the surrounding I country given prompt attention, lm i 0 i i JULIUS' RESORT. Popular Books. A well known Deadwood club man has prepared and submitted following story composed of nanu wo-tho s of COMMENCING popular books: "Th, Man With the Hoe" is -Looking Hue. .ward" at -'Trilby" and "The Heavenly Twins," and wondering if "Eben Hidden" and "Ileacon llrad Mrs. Reynolds, who lias been very sick with pneumonia, is reported as iinprot ins. The Midnight dub will give another of their (lancing parties at the Opera house next Friday evening Workmen commenced excavating for the new Redmond brick building on Main St. above the Sprnger hotel. Alex. Rose has on exhibition a fine line of cut flowers at. Gilbert's con lei tiniicry store. If you wish flowers, remember the place. Roth the Derby ana Cobweb sa OCTOBER! 5 Thirty-six Hours Off. AH ciiiI'I'i.mvs in and aruuii'l the ilomi'M.ik'- mines an' to enjoy a 3ti hour.-.' Ia oil, i oniinem iuK Willi last PVi-niiiK. This la on amount of olc lion and Hie great interest that is manifested by ah, and the duire by almost all to be able to be around as the returns are rereivod. Ilovwvei, worlc will aKain i eslumo tomorrow morning, regardless of who is elected. The Campaign Supper. The ladies of the Episcopal church have arranged to bold their campaign Kupper in th" ro. in rei . nt 1 ' va ated by A. M Kinney, on Main meet. Lead. Time are to bo tables for , each party and a palatable imal will 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 And continuing thru the season. hot soups and the cooking is just "as I good as mother used to cook."The fa-' mous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date i German beer hall. Visitors from the j surrounding country, as well as citl-I zens generally of Lead are Invited 'to call. 9 18-tf loons in Lead have made arrange mi nts, to receive the complete election returns this evening. Politicians of all shades were in I. ad ye.-terday. thn ker'n flies, as the nay in;; goes. It was their last day i bury ' will "Have am to Hold" their I own as long, as 'David Harum" and He hard Carvel" did. "Alice, of Old : Vincennes" and "Janice Meredith" are ' silling idly on "The Red Stair Case" : of "The King's Palace." -sighing for th , days "When Knighthood was in Flower." while "The Choir Invisible' is j singing a ieiiiiem over "The Damna-tion of Thcron Ware. Hie Gentle-i man from Indiana, having put "The j Pride of Ji niico" in his pocket and .'escaped fiom the "Reign of Law." is j urging the "Prisoners of Hope" to i leave their "Red Pottage" and "Unleavened Ilread" and seek the "Forest Lovers," who. with "The Children of the Mist," have taken passage on In again asking you to favor us by inspecting our tar.oas linos and assortments, we do it withth the assurance that you will hdJ Our showing of Artistic Millinery, Nobby Suits and Wraps, Choice Furs and elegant Dress Materials and Trimmings, will Miijiass all previous effort, and wo believe be the most complete, and varied in the Hillo country. bo seived. The supper will commence at "i oYlo 1; and la.-.t until late. and they were making a grand finish. George B. Thompson returned home Sunday evening from a several days' hunting trip west of Durnont. George says that he diiln t get much game but that he saw ipiite a number of deer, but could not get close enough to shoot them. George E. liateman. who has been working In the Highland mine for the past couple of years, having moved hero from Cambria, Wyo., is compelled to leave the Hills on account TP TEE Brick Store Property for Sale. The one-story brick building on Main street owned by Charles Anderson, back of the First National bank, is offered for sale or rent. Good business location. Good term scan be secured. Apply to Mr. Anderson for further particulars. 10 2Ctf MONHHM'S M . .1. IJeilly of Sturgis is in Lead Mrs. ('. 10 Kiel of Rapid City is in Lead. II. 10. Jones and wife of Sturgis, wero visitors in Lead yesterday. Arthur Cirri, editor of the Rapid City Union, spent Sunday in Lead. The lire alarm Sunday niht In I Lead proved to be only a false alarm. 1 Mrs. Harry Trathen left Sunday for Chailron. Neb., to visit with her parents for a few days. Two gentlemen of the "funnel gang" paid the penalty of their order j to Judge Walsh yesterday, which i E. H. Cox, who is employed with 1 ' Ships That Pass in the Night," and I sailed away "Under Two Flags" to the "Land of the Midnight Sun." where i "The Gods. Some Mortals and Lord i Wickenhain" have gone "In Quest of the Golden Grill," and on some busi- ' Bi cr of the high altitude beieng injurious to his health. Himself and family will leave in a few days for Seattle. Victor Jepsen announced yesterday that his real estate business would RIBBON ness "Concerning the Dr. Willaughby Claim." which has lasted "Through One Administration." "Tommy and Grizel" are sitting by "A Window in Thrums" waiting for "The Little Minister." The "Kentucky Cardinal." being "In Tune with the Infinite," sings "Reside the Ronnie Briar Bush." The "Yellow Asters" have disappeared, and "The Voice of the People" is heard in our land. Coolldge Bros., left Sunday for Oma- hereafter be conducted ha, where he goes to vote and for ; name of Jepsen & Son. under the The new SENSATION McKlnley. . D. H. Watson, who has for Home time hold a chair in the barber shop of J. W. C. Franklin, has gone to ' member of the firm arrived at his home bright and early and is a big nine-pound boy. The Clara Vinton company which This Week on Bargains Hot Springs, and from there will go i played In this city for a week recent to Alliance. j ly. will play a return engagement this Hon. T. Polieh, the Slavonian who evening They have announced that addressed those of that nationality they wuuld receive the returns of elec- DickinsonMay Furniiure Co. J HEADQUARTERS FOR I 'n Wall Paper Friday Saturday I SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QUEENS vVARt and ' GLASSWARE U N DERT A K ERS AND EMBALM ERS i F-ICTURE FRAMING ! . . A Specnlty. Resume Work. CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo.. Nov. 5. I Special.) The miners on Stratton's Independence have resumed work, : the result of a compromise between Manager Shipman and the executive board of the Miner's union. When the men first walked out and submitted their case to the executive board it was demanded that the men should not be required to change their clothing on coming off shift and that the entire force on the mine should consist of union men. These demands were absolutely refused by Mr. Shipman. FIFTEEN ' and a half miles of RIBBON -ELEGANCE At Third Usual Pricese and Less. This price quoted on our best Silk and Satin, others at less. Nos. 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 22 Price 2, 3, 7, 10, 12, 18 20, 25c. All Wider Widths in Proportion. Largest assort m.-iit in lin city. All new styles in WINDOW SHADES AGENTS FOR WHITE SEWING MACHINE I He is known to be favorable to union j labor, but as only about one-half of ) his men are members of the union, to tion. both national and local, and give them to the audience during the comedy production which will be played. One lady will be admitted free with every paid ticket. Al Tonkin was arrested early Sunday morning for disturbing the peace and yesterday was fined $12.50 In Judge Walsh's court. He had not the wherewith, so he will probably serve the necessary time in Jail. He is the one that got into trouble by shooting in Abe Fink's place a short time ago and was bound over to the grand jury. He was out on ball. The jail is the proper place for such as he, for he is not a safe character to have around. One of the men who moved to the Hills from Nebraska the past summer and who has been employed with his team along the new Homestake water ditch, was in Lead yesterday and drew his time at the Homestake office. During hia two months' work he had "cleared ever $225, and. more than paid for his team besides his wages. This man was so much impressed with the prevailing prosperity that he stated he would remain in the Hills. This was probably more money than he had ever made before in In Lead last Friday evening In a republican rally, left for his home at Chicago. George Collins, formerly of the firm of Esterbrooks & Collins, came uu from near Alliance, Sunday for the purpose of voting for the next president, McKlnley. Dr. Going, veterinary surgeon at Fort Meade, who is in tue Lead hospital, continues to grow weaker and his life is despaired of. His trouble U cancer of the stomach. The Tribune apparently made an error last evening In stating that Charles Dickinson had severed hia connection with the firm of Dickinson ft May. Mr. Dickinson knows nothing of such action on his part. Mrs. Frederick Kent and daughter who have been in Lead the past three months upon a visit with Alex. Mc-Kenzle of the Brick Store, left Sunday for their home at Albuquerque. N. M. Mrs. Kent Is a sister to Mr. McKenzle. Mayor. Abt has Issued orders that all saloons must close their doors at 8 o'clock this morning, and remain closed all day until 5 o'clock this afternoon, and he states positively that Bide and back doors must also be kept closed. I-iifo and iicciclc n.t '-, NOTICE. In order that all may show la our Ribbon Sensation we limit each buyer tot ten yards. For . .Insurance.. f HEO. E. GESKP Y. Friday and Saturday 4 concede this demand would have meant a disorganization of his force, and the evil of ore stealing had reached such a point that he felt that the rules already established were absolutely necessary for the protection of his company. The executive board held a meeting at Victor, and invited Mr. Shipman to a conference. Several proposition's were discussed and dismissed, and finally M. Shipman was asked if he would agee to have the men searched by their own comrades. To this he gave a prompt assent, only stipulating that the searching should be done In. the presence of the company's watchman. In regard to the employment of union men, Mr. Ship-nan expressed himself as favorable tv the union and promised to use his inluence to Induce his men to join that organization, but declined to use any further discrimination In favor of union men. This was satisfactory to Load, DaKotn Soutli x - OMFORTABLE ANATOMICAL five or six months, TABJ-E BARGAIN' DAY AT HENRY MOsHEIM'S LEAD 8. O. L. O. Bailor, M. D J. I Esch, M. D. DR3. BAILOR A ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main St SELF-ADJUTAB ClOiUIPIDIEiniAIIlN 1 I 2 I 31 4 5 .1 6 I 7 I 8 19 1 O ; j.A ; All, YOU HAVE LEAKNED OUR COST MARK Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Secondhand Furniture, Etc When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business. Just above Miners' Union block. Main street. LEAD, 80UTH DAKOTA. the board, and at 11 o'clock the meeting adjourned, after formulating the following rule: "AH underground men, shaft top men, cagers. ore sorters and all trammers in and out of orehouses shall, when going on or coming off shifts, change down to underwear, wearing only undershirt, drawers, low shoes and stockings, and pass from one room In changehouse to the other under observation of watchman,' and if any man is suspected of having ore concealed upon his person be may be halted by the watchman and permit a search in the presence of the watchman by one of his fellow workmen, whom he may select, or In other manner prove his innocence, or he may refuse and take nts time." It Is expected that this rale will be put in force In several of the larger mines within a short time. And-xve have learned that we con not sell Cloth ing in a Basement K. MORion, 4RUSH, "'"w atMiaiciy nuteu iiours 1U a. m. to It and I 2 p. m. to 4 p. All Catarrhral Diseases Treated. ' 7 p m. to n P PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. Office of Dickenson's Drug Store, L eacL, South Dakota. AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT COST COME MARK. Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS And U yom Irnaw his prica on these roods, yoa would want to sea him. I've Got It! You want It Let's Get Together. Monuments. OHABES George WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP J. Snyder, has the leoncv ANTHONY TAUT PBACTICAL PiUIBFJ for Kimball Bros, the monument firm Henry Sehoitie's assay office and laboratory Is located In Uu basement of Faust's new block. Lead, and be Is pre-pared to fill all orders In bis Una, Q . Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on band. Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills. of Lincoln thtt has erected so many stones in the Hills. Tho- i J will do' well by calling at No. 27 Gold and Steam pitter No. 5 ; East Main Street, - . , - SO v street, or addressing. Lock Box 655, Lead. S. D. s.im Yours for business. STEVE. 1 tain street.; Lead.