The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on November 7, 1900 · Page 6
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 6

Lead, South Dakota
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Wednesday, November 7, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. 25th YEAH. LEAD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), Wednesday, novemckp v. KACII DEPARTMENT OF OUR WORK IS IN CHARGE OF A SPECIALIST. SEHUANNUAL I I have a salvo that will beat this j world for piles, and if you don't lie- I lieve ft, try it. Apply to William Tun- j kin. LCad. S. D. lui I k Wanted A pirl to do t'eueral housework. Inquire of William Keller. 44 South ISIeekor street, Lead, tf "Carl Mo-birrs, eufftra. tor 'ami mmrtery High Grade Photographs FALL AND WINTER DISPLAY i ! Pictures Enlarged at Home moves and raises building;; and builds houses on the installment plaii. The public; are welcome to set estimates, ! and he makes a specialty of undei tak- ; ins where mechannical skill is neces- j sary to insure a successful completion. ' tf AT CIIICAC.O i'K CICS IBLACK HILLh PORTRAIT COMPANY No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, 8. D. OF FINE MILLINERY CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and FURS, And Seasonable Dry Goods. Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room 6, over Monheim's store, they are prepared to do first class dress making. They engage none but ex perienced persons in the buslnes.-. and all work Is guaranteed to be first class. Orders from the surrounding country given prompt attention. lm Charles Moyer, one of the best post ed members of the Miners' Union left last evening for iiutte, Mont., to meet with the executive board of the Western Federation of Miners' unions. The board meets to examine the books, audit the accounts, and make semi animal settlement with the treasurer. Mr. Moyer will probably be absent about ten days. COMMENCING t..e immense gathering that had to be content with i..e street, owing to the resorts being crowded to their full capacity. The reports of the election were also thrown upon the canvas. The Oolden .Mar club also had made arrangements and received the ulection returns by a special wile. This was for the benefit of the members and was much appreciated. At the Opera house tho results were received by bulletins from the central telegraph office. OCTOBER1 5 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. Here you can always get the best of j hot soups and the cooking is Just "as j good as mother used to cook."The fa- j rnous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap A quiet, orderly, up-to-date j German beer hall. Visitors from the surrounding country, as well as cltl- i And continuing thru the season. . ..) The Presidential Election. WASHINGTON, I). C, Nov. The election for President and Vice-I'resi-dent of the United States was held The Day in Lead. YeHterday L ad polled the largest vote in Its history. Somewhere around 17'M) votes were polled four years aK, and yesterday there; was an Increase of about four hundred, or In exact flKures, 207i. According to the adopted scale of five Inhabitants to every voter this would make Lead's population considerable over lO.OOit, and place it. on an even basis as to population with Sioux Kalis, and make these two the largest cities In South Dakota. The day passed off in a quiet and orderly manner ami is certainly a credit to a city of this size. The employes in and around the mines were nil off and the day being an Ideal one, the streets were crowded all day. The mayor had Issued strict orders to the effect that every saloon In the city should keep their doors closed from 8 In the morning to 5 in the evening. Tho K. of 1. band and Swedish band were out and entertained tho large crowds with their open air concerts. lu again asking you to fnvor us by inspecting our various llaes .uid assortments, we do it uithth 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 wo belie vo bo the most complete and varied in the Hills country. zens generally of Lead are invited to call. 9-13-tf Short Council Meeting. Monday evening the city council met in regular session. The business at the evening was curtailed as much as possible as the city dads Were all anxious to take a part In the political demonstrations going on in the city. They audited and allowed several bills to the amount of $l!-.0(l. Of this amount $-0,000 was for sewer purposes. Reports of committees, etc., were passed over to 111"' next meeting. in the several states of the Union. Tho voting began early, and It is the general expectation that the number of ballots will be largely in excesSt of any previous election. Although the contest for president lies between VT11-I in in McKinley, of Onio. the republican candidate, and William J. Ilryan, of Nebraska, the democratic candidate, there are ten candidates. Ballots will not be cast for all of them in all the states, but the ten parties will be represented in most of them. Slate tickets will be numerous, Illinois and Indiana, leading with seven each; Colorado, Idaho, Kentucky, Property for Sale. ! The one-story brick building on ! Main street owned by Charles Ander- I son, back of the First National bank. is offered for sale or rent. Good bus- j iness location. Good term scan be I secured. Apply to Mr. Anderson for further particulars. 0 2".tf Bi Brick Store At the voting places were the busiest people In tho city. Each party had their challengers and their watches and It Is safe to safe to say that no more fair voting ever occurred In Lead than was done yesterday. Earh side was willing to yield a little and to o The President's Appreciation Several days ago S. It. Smith mailed to President McKinley a copy of the Pioneer-Times and called the executive's attention to the advertisement In which he made one of his piano propositions upon the result of the election. Yesterday he received ( MONHEIM'S North Dakota. Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin following with live each; Connecticut, Delaware, Iowa, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota. Montana. Nebraska, South Dako- give every one a fair chance. The' T.TisATl I ta Tpyaa nnil Wa h inftnn rntninc novt a private letter in answer, dated from the Executive Mansion,, in which the president, thru his private secretary, expressed his appreciation for his friendly sentiments. with three each: New Hampshire and West Virginia with three each; and then Florida, Nevada, Tennessee and Utah wih two each; South Carolina, with only one, occupying the end of the line. RIBBON SENSATION This' Week on Bargains Friday l Saturday Mrs. M. J. Holvey went down to Hot Springs yesterday morning. J. Voglesong left on yesterday morning's train for Grand Island. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QUEENSWARh and GLASSWARE voting was carried on very rapidly, thanks to the exceptionally efficient force of judges and clerks In all the wards. A large number of extra police had been sworn In, but there occurred no trouble to demand their authority. To sum It all up the day was an Ideal one from every point. o Ladies Serve Supper. The ladles of the Lead Episcopal church made a grand success of their campaign supper last evening, and they were certainly entitled to meet with success foi they have labored industriously the past few days and the supper they set before their guests was -an exceptionally palatable one. They had arranged tables for those who held as their champion William McKinley or William J. Bryan, and the prohibitionists too had a Just recognition. They, were artistically decorated in red, white and blue stringers, ferns and flowers. Above each hung the pictures of the j: Dickinsnn-May Furniture Co, S HEADQUARTERS FOR I NWall Paper Largt'Mt ;is.soriiiu'iit in the city. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS HCT URE FRAMING . . A Specialty. Maine, Oregon and Vermont have already elected Congressmen, and will vote for presidential electors only. Alabama, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia and Wyoming having no state tickets, will choose Congressmen and Electors. Legislatures which elect a United States senator are to be elected in Kansas, Montana. New Hampshire, Texas, Illinois, Wpst Virginia, Iowa, Massachusetts, Delaware, Michigan, Minnesota, South Dakota. New Jersey, Idaho, Nebraska. South Carolina, ""en nessee, Wyoming, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Utah. 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, 32, 18 20, 25c. All Wider Widths in Proportion. AGENTS FUR WHITE SEWING MACHINE All new .styles in WINDOW SHADES 1 . - . - . ituM-t! iW.tvi't z zzzA TrSz 7 A baby boy was born to the wife of Oscar Peters of Terraville yesterday. Clara Vinton and her company was greeted with a large audience at the Lead Opera house last evening. The Germanla club will hold a social dance at Society hall tomorrow evening for the members of the club and their Invited guests. Mrs. Albert Frey and son left yesterday morning on the Burlington for Peoria, III. They have been visiting here. Dr. Going, the veterinary surgeon of Fort Meade, who Is at the Lead hospital suffering with cancer of the stomach, was reported as being at death's door with no hope of recovery. The oldest voter in Lead yesterday, as far as we have any knowledge was the old colored man in the family of Charles Dickinson. He will be ,100 years of age next March and he cast his vote yesterday for the straight republican ticket. William Hanna and wife, better kn$wn as MMrk Hanna," left ieet evening for Chicago to be absent for some time. Mark goes to see his brother of the firm of Hanna & Hogg, one of the largest wholesale liquor firms of Chicago, and Mrs. Hanna goes to take a special course in music. candidates that head the different tickets. The only thing lacking was that the room was inadequate to allow of the 'accommodation of the large number who came. But it nevertheless proved to be a big financial success and was much appreciated by those who succeeded in getting to the tables. Xjifo ctrid Accident ..Insurance.. I 'i v To be Decided by To-day's Votes. WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. The lady members of the Daughters of tho American Revolution are in a twitter of excitement over the election today, as they have a little election of their own that will be decided by the result of the poll today In the great election that occupies the entire country. The executive board of the organization has decided that Mrs. Bryan, wife of aa dejiacraties, candidate for , president, and Mrs. Roosevelt, wife of the republican candidate for vice-president, are both eligible to membership In the D. A. R., and according to the result today one of these women will have the highest rank in the organization. The successful one will be invited to become a Daughter. The next move will be to nominate her for the presidency of the D. A. R. The sentiment against both Mrs. Manning nd Mrs. Potter Palmer is strong, and it is believed that there are enough NOTICE. In order that all may show la our Ribbon Sensation we limit each buyer tot ten yards. For Friday and Saturday "BARGAIN DAY AT ' HENRY MOMENTS LEAD 8. D. L. D. Bailor, M. D J. L. Each, M. D. DRS. BAILOR A ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. ' Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main St GESKF Y & MONAHAN Load, Soutll ZD-l3LOti Receiving the Return. The Derby and Cobweb saloons were the scene of Immense crowds last plBht. waiting 'to bear in results of the election. Both places had a special wire run into the bullSlng and an operator to take the returns. In the street between these two places had been hung a large canvas and stereoptlcon views were displayed to JOM FORT ABLE, TCOMFORTAE ANATOMICAL I SELF-ADJU 5TABLL . . . .' i .. . ' y . --' 5 ClOIUIPIDIEiniAIIlN! 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 I 7 ! 8.J9I O ,11 A i'V:' votes pledged to secure the election of' Mrs. Bryan or Mrs. Roosevelt. o First Vote of an Octogenarian. JERSEY CITY, N. J., Nov. 6. Patrick McCafferty. of 516 Grove street, went to the polls today and cast his first vote, although he Is 86 years of age. The reason for this is that McCafferty was born In Ireland and lived there until ten years ago. When he came ti this country he made his home with his son In Jersey City, but did not take out his naturalization papers until six months ago. YOU HAVE LEARNED OUR COST MARK Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Second-Hand Furnitnre, Etc. When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business. Just above Miners' Union block. Main street LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. .Steve ZeregaT And we hare learned that we con not sell Olotb ing in a Basement "l RUSH. K. MORTON, The Election in Hawaii. SAN FRANCISCO, Not. 6. While Hawaii cannot cast any vote for the . viuubcs Accurately uuuju nuurs 10 a. m. to lz m. AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT COST COME MARK. and 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. All Catarrhral Diseases Treated. I 7 p m. to 9 p. m. PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. Office of Dickenson's Drug Store, L ead. South Dakota. presidency, yet the Republicans, Democrats ' and Independents have each put a full local and territorial ticket in the field. It is thought 15,000 rotes mar be cast Wants to see you when you are in search of ' WINES. LIQUORS.. OR CIGARS And if yom knew his price on these goods, you would want to see him. I've Got It! You want It Monuments. CHASES WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLDMBEB George J. Snyder has the agency for Kimball Broe.. the monument firm of Lincoln that has erected so many stones in the Hill, tw. i- . Henry SchniUels assay office and laboratory is located in the basement of ianst's new block, Lead, and he is prepared1 to fill all orders in bis line, ft Alex, Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and sixe. Cut flowers on band. Orders solicited from an parts of the Hills, atala street. Lead. tf No. 5 East Main Street, 1 wm well by calling at No. 27 Gold -- Let's Get Tofffct her. and Steam Rtter rr .- . I ul suaressing Lock Box' .665, lours ror business, STEVE. I Lead, a d. LEAD, Ta-im

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