The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on November 9, 1900 · Page 8
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November 9, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 8

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i FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1JOO: THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, DEADWOO - - " . Come next Saturday evening and Our Fle,tf3.rro. j - Around the toun nouic- . i There was no regular routitne of I tSOL a7"e courthouse yesterday. xTthfreglster of deeds office, there ' , . tor Omaha to be gone about a week A. H. Bemis of Salt Lake C.ty and R - Randall of Alliance are in the city i We Pledge Oursel .763 in Favor of i . j Customers from overcharge audi uiisstateriients Everyone with the .Me who does most for his ru.- ivhantl t oilier g I TH EFOUR-fTTON I S Mr SACKUITS I fl a I . . I. inferior ijualitie: antl )jiressive (Protection of for free irade Reduction of Buy As You of H I e1l 3& - l-li 9 iMl'l t'akfl n ir Jrx iHT7r -riV"l It 1 fjpfr fMl B ItiftVH -W-i ? I E rw, mK?$&M& w fcn. fin f ajKiX-YVSJBm It 1 lffll U T I Men and Boys tloming fW'll ' I g? I W,l i V- lX: jf I 1 lU rf vu a rush or business, a iuug f ODtlon agreements and other pa pers Indicating a speedy return io business, were filed. The auditor's office had not settled down to everyday business after the txcitenwnt and hard work of election. Hut in the of lice of the clerk of the court all was QUlet. The foreigners who had been crowding that office to be made citizens under the red white and blue, were no longer in evidence and not ven a lonely marriage or dei re- of diovrce broke the uneventful calm. Serenading the Successful. A half dozen or more sir - f'"i'i the colored repuMii an club scr iia'l u some of the succcs.-ftil 1 andMatc-. Wednesday nig.M about midnight. Their voices wi re mellow :ui;l in1:-: cal and blended bean Ing "The Girl 1 I.ow d nessee," ami banjo-, nights, and all sorts romantic than politics t'nllv. SUgg' !n S.mii '1 uel mootili -t ht f thing- 'nor. ind a- charm lng as success. The candidate-- thus f:iu the Hon. K. W. Mai tin. Mi. Wringrose and Miss lb leu and they are very much pie the honor shown them. red wen-Star. W II. Illicit IsC.I with This Season's Game. The season, so far, has not been propitious for the hunter. The only kind of game which is at all plentiful Is the quail which Is still forbidden. Next year will be an open season for the guafV and Indications are that there will be myriads of them, and then everybody who candle a gun or who has a friend who can, will be living on pall on toast, provided they can make the raise of the toast Now there are some grouse, but not enough to make the enthusiastic hunter to get out and tramp thru the fields from early sunrise until dark. Ow-lnig to the warm weather the ducks and geese have not started south yet but reports from the north say they are very plentitful. BLACK HILLS FEED & FUEL CO., (Formerly Paul Rewman.) All kinds of Coal and Wood. Agency for Sheridan Coal. Office at Nathan Colman's. Telephone orders given prompt attention. Walter Simpson, Manager. YE8TERDAVS PERSONALS. J. C. McMillan of Sturgls is In the ctr. Mrs. Frank Peck returned from Rapid City. W. J. Coyle of Newcastle, Wyoming lg In the city. R, A. Haynes, auditor for the llngton 1b at the Bullock. Miss Helen Baker left for a with friends In Missouri. Bur visit William Spencer, bridge builder for the Elkhorn, is In the city Dan Ellis, who came up from the -University mine to vote, returned. I Hats. Cans Sits and Unier wea Gloves, Socks Stockings, FOR THE BIG AND LITTLE FOLKS. AS CN1I1AT;S f.'l yiuil- p;lll-ini;i( hi- :iii- ZOHLLNER BROS. CO. THE HONEER "CL01HIERS OF 1876 647 MAIN STREET, -DEADWOOD, 3. D Mrs Robertson of Beatrice,, eo.. mother' of W. T. Robertson of this city, arrived ,on the Burlington last niught. Mrs. Dickey left for her home in Chicago after a visit of a few weeks with her daughter. Mrs. A. H. Lloyd of this city. K. Whitfor 1. i hie f lerk in the of fice of .f. I.. Jtentky, accompanied by his uif.- and baby, left for a visit with lriend.s and relatives in Nehra.-, i-u. , F . Ili'ini'ii. dii-i'iu 'i . inter-: ". t i r ' o X ' ft" fC!t. trtf ri . ' 1 -. rrrn ' rs n -t-- morning train a- nicj-i-iiie-1 by l.i ; c if,- and her si.-te.- Mr, Ilartl. tr of imaliii. who spent th" day w :,l Mi .-. I . 1'. Cheairs. r - - -. THE CITY l.ad wants bonkk epin to do tin-opens. Inquire til Haines new .store at the .store. Mr. James Wethroll was removed to the llomestake hospital yesterday. He is still iu a very i rub al condition. Herbert Alien has been appointed deputy clerk of the court in place of Walter Simpson who has resigned to go Into the coal business. Vollard, one of the linemen of the Harrison Telephone company, known to his friends and associates as "Dutch," had lis hand badly hurt while at work yesterday. What about those prizes offered by the Wilcox Pharmacy for November 12th Are you a candidate? If not you had better get on the band wai-on and blow your horn. They arc-worth blowing for. See their new ad on the fourth page. Miss Leah Pease and Charley Witzel of the Early Pros.' orc hestra, returned from a very successful concert tour. The orchestra, witn Mr. Franz Albert, gave several concerts, closing at St. Joe, Mo., where Mr. and Mrs. Rube Early remained. The trip was a very successful one, both artistically and financially. The ladles of the diffe rent churches have shown themselves ciuick to take the tide at the flood. On the night of the Koosevelt demonstration the ladies of the Congregational church gave a supper in the old Delmonico restaurant. On Rryan clay the Episc opal ladies in the Delmonico, and the Catho lic in me uagner on .Main street, ca tered to the crowd. Now the Metho dists announce a supper for Saturday, the night of the republican jubilee. The city and county are doing good work on the roads leading into Dead-wood from the north and northeast, making the city more easy of access from those directions. The grade on the Spruce gulch road has been very much improved and a good road is teeing made past the smelter. Don't fall to see those nobby Turbans at Ackermann's. Slauo-Lter uor a great jSlauohter uor brine your friends to the Delmonico where a good tupper will be given vou bv the Methodist ladies. See Zipp & Co.'s new change of ad. . ESTEY PIANC for my family. Haw- lev ki the onlv regular dealer at No. 639, by Bullock hotel. A Bnorial line of street hats at ioc at Ackermann's. M Kolstad. the tailor. No. 601 Main street, for your fall suit. Tell all your friends where i an g.-t a good supper Saturday ing at the 1 l.-lllloUl' ej Zimi & Co. hav.' a hanst- of ad in this issue- Thoi- beautiful l.ats at Acker-i n, aim's, trimmed by Miss Peters, one of Now...y.orJtj liiset lnrmU'iS.Ui'fc-.Wl . the rage. CiH. s ,1:;',ZV s."i:- t -el 'cling. stoma, h. k ie ie Keeps '! ' Mointam Tei A-k your d : Dir. York h.ad n. ceding with ei'' the tastes of tin ( hn k. ti. ham. I'.O-'OII etc ing. lor ib'.e siiDERi.EC i N oi;o:ti:n japan TEA. WITHOIT ANY WAR TAX ON IT AT STANDARD t"SII C.ROCERY 4S SHERMAN STREET. I A special invitation is extended to you by Miss O'Keefe. manager of the Ackermann Millinery Parlors, for you to call and examine their elegant line of millinery. The best Mocha and Java coffee, delicious drink, with no dregs, only 2')C per pound at the Stamlard Cash Oro-cery. tf The ladies of the Me thoeli.-i church will serve supp r in the D.dmoni'O Saturday evening. November Irt. from to X o'clock The usual menu of good things can be funnel there all The Kpworth League' will give' a so cial at the Methodist eliiiieh on En- day evening. Intel-' -l lively contests have b good time is promise bring your f l ie nds. I! be served. Cold weather is e ris. four doors ab ill Mac k yemr st t and put them. THE AROMA OK OCR rj:,e MOCHA AND JAVA COEFE IS UNSURPASSED TR V IT. STAND RD CASH GROCERY 48 SHERMAN ST. Remember to co to Delmonie n Sat urday eening for a good hot cup of coffee, the best to be had in the city. Charles Witzel has again entered the employ of W. E. Adams & Co. as city deliveryman. Your Best Work ' cannot be done without good health, and you can't have good health without pure bood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great pure blood maker. It gives appetite, strengt hand vigor, and cures disease. Constipation is cured by Hood's Pills. 25c. n - gn0,Is at cost or Iosh tl.ab to sell Roods for less than cost public that we intend to do t i 1 : t from N 1 'v 'lork witn .n.-w id.,,., and sty,,,. M,ss Peters trimm.r at A- kerniaiins. is. at My,. i,, rig iea.lwooa la.iies. roa.t m-.tts. salads. 1 bean-, brown br. ad. ub kle-s, I at the supper Saturday .-ven- i d. .-o e ru ami n .. I Lit t.-nbach' - ,, ,1. ,-,n tin- I rpe i i they -.:ncs. with M il ,-irr.mg. d. A I . ;u,-2vl 1 I "-1':. -'l.-t'-.yl ' This staml it intlatecl hioh pric VllIlp'S the' People HiiLrbfii :- s riurden and tax pndits. Vote, Iitiplj To convince you that w.' mi'ar buMne.is, we will give you tie co.-.? nark, so you can select any suit ot overcoat, you want it cost. C'l'ip.lef-niaiu i.J tho mark. Chase's, Dead WOO.I. MRS. E. P. SLYFI ELD, Osteopath and Masseuse, 14 Var Buren Street. The lollowing so-called ili.-eases are successfully treated by' my mode ot treatment: Asthma. Atrophy of Limbs. MiiV Leg. Catarrh, Neuralgia, Constipation. Neurasthenia. Coldness of Extremities Paralysis, Dyspepsia. Rheumatism. Dizziness, Stomach Troubles, Dropsy Sciatica, Dysentery, Torpid Liver, Female Troubles, Varicose Veins, Goitre Headaches, Hay Fever. Indigestion Insomnia, Jaundice, Lumbago. Al cohol baths in connection. School Entertainment Course. The following are the dates for the-entertainments yet to come: Dr. Henson, November 1". Mendelssohn Male Quartet. December S. MSpedop, February 1!. fcSSJSJ5 J. P. HYMER, Olympic Block, Deadwood. S. D. COLLECTIONS NOTARY PUBLIC Collections in all parts e.f t!i" lilac k Hills or anywl:. : in the 1'nited States. Investments and proper of Non-Residents carefully attended to. FIDELITY BONDS. " Roth telephones in office' an i Harrl son 'phone in residence w.v.v v..... MRS. C. W. MATHER, (At Wilcox Pharmacy,) Makes all kinds of Floral Designi and is headquarters for cut flowers, Roses, Carnations and all other flowers of the season FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. CmWWn rryrir0 J. B. LE BEAU. The Central Jeweler, Is Headquarters For Black Hins Gold Jewilry, Any design, made up on the shortest notice. MAIL ORDERS Write him Just whS you want and he will quote yon prices by return mall. REFERENCES Any bank or mercantile house in the Hills. We Carry The Largest Line of Supplies ! ! i i S."J?j.rZ:' " BAZA A R, Deadwood M. J. Werthheimer& Bfo. a rcat Kcnioval Sah', but wt B neither advertisino; are prepared to sell FIRST - CLASS GOODS Mrs. Mooney from New York, with all the latest ideas in lace, and embroidery. Call and inspect her new goods. W. L. Nell. D. D. S., resident den-ti.-t. has move-t his office to Room 19, Syndicate Rlock. A Cltr.AT BIG ASSORTMENT OF CHINA WARE TO CHOOSE FROM, GIVKN AWAY TO ('ASH PUR CHASKUK AT , THE STANDARD CASH GROCERY. tf We must cut down our stock before we move; into the Adams block on November 20th. You can get bargains at DeMouth's Ark. See. young maiden, that thou takest the genuine Rocky Mountain Tea, made by the Madison Medicine Co., if thou likest thy fair face. Ask your druggist. 35c. Don't believe all that la told you, but ge and see Cbate's clothing and read the prices. It will surprise you. Clothing was never sold so low In the Hills. Chase's, Deadwood. Call for the cost mark when you go to Chase's to buy clothing; they have a special sale on overcoats and mits of clothes, pants for meu and boys. Fragrant as ripe fruit Pure as a mountain spring Hoary with age anil a blessing to men when rightly used that's HARPER'S WHISKEY. Solel by Carr it Berry. Deadwooel, S. 1). The "NORTHWESTERN' LINE," F. E. & M. V. R. R., Is the direct line between Deadwood and OHAMA, CHICAGO, all eastern points". " Fol.stail, the tailor f6r your Tall puit. No. 671 Main street. tf RAILROAD TICKETS for man and woman to St. Joe or St. Louis for r sale at half price. Address Box 882 Lead, S. D. tf Removal sale now on at DeMouth's Ark. Annual Meeting Masonic Benevolent Association The annual meeting of stockholders of the Masonic Benevolent Association will be held at the office of the secretary on Saturday evening, November 17th, 1900. for the election of a board of directors and transaction of such other business as may be presented. A. W. COE, Secretary. BUSH & GERTS Best on eaxtk toi Tana uuraouiiy, For School Children V .QSHEU8 2 "Si ' . irifn-una J. Tii,-? "'" U too u-uc U. Johu. I wuu't any loni-'i r. Tuimrrow I mv mother's nul.'s on uet uic u.oi c lio' ky Mouutain Tea." Sensible woaiaa. 35 A.sk your drug-Ki--t. lie-Wilts Little L'urly Risers :u" til.- liest liver pills ever UKule. Ku-y to tnki- mi. I iiev.-r rii"'. Kiik ('.. rhillips. Call telephone for imiforrueii uies-"iie.r. Prompt 8t-rvici?. D. D. T. Co. ESTEY PIANO, both stylishanel to bo had only at Hawley's No. 63'J. By Bullo, k hotel. Hoth makers and circulators of counterfeits commit fraud. Honest men will not deceive you into buying worthless counterfeits of De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. The original is infallible for curing, piles, sores, ec zema and all skin diseases. Kirk G. ! Phillips. r. D. Smith handle nothing but thi beat Krsde smithing coal. F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modem Dentistry of ah kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years o" experience. Rosen-! thai Blcrk. If you have ever seen a child in the agony of croup you can realize how (grateful mothers arc; for One Minute Cough Cure which gives relief as soon I as it is administered. It quickly cures coughs, colds, and all throat anil lung troubles. Kirk (J. Phillips 1 Min-ne kah ta water for kidney trou ( Dies. Try It. All tho fruit.) and vegetables of the I season at the lo test prices. Standard Cach Grofery. i Mife-n-kb-ta water- fnr the sfoifiajcb .. rvy it. ' Many people worry because they I believe they have heart disease. The chances are that their hearts are all right but their stomachs are unable to digest food. Kodol Dyspepsia I cure digests wnat you eat anu pre vents the formation of gas which makes thn stomach nress aeainst thp rReart. It will cure every for mof in digestion. Kirk G. Phillips. "THE NORTHWESTEhN LINE" is tho short line between DEADWOOD ana SIOU CITY, SIOUX FALLS, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and DULUTH. Please bear this in mind. . HORNBERGER'S CREAM OP WHEAT FLOUR IS WITHOUT A PEER TRY IT. STANDARD CASH GROCERY SHERMAN STRKET. Mrs. Mellck is prepared to give the electric scalp treatment, facial massage, also remove superfluous hair by electricity. We cany a line line of powders, hair tonics, wrinkle emoluments and bust developer. Room 8. over Deetken's drug store. F. D. Snuih can save you money on lumber. All he asks is a chance f flTa with yen. No. 671 Main street is where you should get your fall suit Folstad, the tailor, is there. You can't afford to risk you life by allowing a cough or a cold to develop into pneumonia or consumption. One Minute Cough Cure will cure throat end lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known. Many doctors use It as a specific for grippe. It Is an infallible remedy for croup. Children like It and mothers indorse it Kirk 6. Phillips. ' Oysters I Oysters I Oysters! Served in any style, or sold by the csn. at Frazier's Vienna Bakery .Mian trat. tf leave' tui ttt the-very LOWEST LIVING PRICES. Ve are not offer) cost, for everybody is fully aware that no Merchant cin offer and make expenses. We do not want to hum bug people. The following prices on only a few articles w ill convince the jnst as we advertise. ! We are Offiiiigtle mjc'orot Prison Ladies, Misses, And Childrens Ladles' Fall Jackets, the very newest styles, all our coats that we Mwe sold at $7.00 will g at this sale for only All Oyer $10.00. ' 913.60, at oaly $11.00 and 9.50 All better Coats sad Capes are reduced at the same rate Ladles' Ready-to-Wear Salts. IS Suits male out of good quality homespun, at only A better article all-wool at -I7.2Q. This suit would be - cheap t $li.0 - Ladles' OuUlde Skirts. 25 Black '. Mohair Skirts at $1.90 i "tO Black Cheviot Skirts at $2,70 All our $4.75. $5.00 and $5.60 Skirts to at only . $3.75 Eemember prices UNDERWEAR. we will compete with any v Respectfully,

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