The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on August 15, 1899 · Page 6
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August 15, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1899. MMinmiIUimmiHMMUMIMnMtMiMMmUIUMf MMHMMIMtMltimMlHIIIHIIIlMMMSMIMMMItMlSMlg oumstances, and it U sa!4 'that her present mental condition la due largely to Insufll elent food and lack of care. The unfortu LEAD PIONEER-TIMES, i LEAD'S nate woman and the little children have 7 called forth many expression of arm pathy. 1899. i LEAD S. D. AUGUST 15, Mammoth Department Store ANNOUNCEMENT! Our Stocks are now complete and full in all Departrne Chlorodyne Cough Mixture will cure that cough, or we refund the money. L. P. Jenkins, druggist (tl) J. C. Ryan, of Spearflsh, was In Lead. Freeman Knowles was a caller In Lead. Mrs. Mettler, of Terravllle, was shopping Id Lead. J. P. Hymer, of Dead wood, was a Lead caller. Miss McKlnney, of Hay Springs, Neb., LEAD VS. DEADWOOD. Sunday's ball game played In Lead between the Olympic team of Deadwood and the regular nine of Lead, proved a complete walkaway for the latter team. From the start Lead had the advantage and kept it thru the entire game. Only once did Deadwood wake up to the sad reality that they were playing ball, aud that sad mistake was during the fourth Inning when they scored eleven runs. Tfie home team seemed decidedly off color and In no wise a match for their doughty antaganotsts. Martinez played is visiting with her father, Mr. Mc Klnney. of Lead. She will remain about two weeks. R. Tallent of Rapid City has been In Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Wraps and Suits, Carpets, Trunks and Valeses and House Furnishings. Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Class and Oils, Mine and Mill Supplies. Lead distributing "The History of the Rev. Dr. Smith, of Terry, spent Sunday In Lead. A. P. Barclay, of Deadwood, spent Sunday in Terrir. Black Hills." written by his mother, Mrs. Annie D. Tallent his usual game, accompanied in his good f Alex. Hamoton, of the Elkhorn, was In work by Williams and Eppling, but they L. P. Orton Is receiving goods daily and haa the finest asosrtment of Jewelry in the city. Don't forget him when In need of could not play the game. The entire Lead team did excellent work goods in his line. (tf.) The day was perfect and an attendance E. Zienart, who has been jn the employ of six hundred greeted the players as they Lead with friends. Albert Maltcrner made an early morn log trip to Leaij. , Jlr. and Mrs. James N. Hoyt, of Nemo, pent Sunday in Lead. Fresh out rosea and carnations for sale. Use, the Saddler's, Lead. (tf.) of Mr. Berber, left for a two weeks' vaca walked into the field. Following la the game by Innings: With unequalled facilities for buying: and selling we ask your inspection of The Largest Quantity, The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. tion, which he will spend in Yankton, Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Ilearlwnnil 004 11001 0 0 Hi Lead 2 2 7 118 7 12 - l' Mr. 1.. A. (iarner, superintendent of this George Bretell was in Lead from his Umpires Mcl'heeley ami Hereley. Score- camp lu Spearllsh canyon. keepers H. Marshal. Batterlea, Lean. George Lambert, who spent Sunday in Partridge, Purcell, Barnes; Deailwoot. Williams, Martinez, Eppling. division of the American Express company, accompanied by his wife, his two daughters, Miss Carrie Purvis, and Miss May Naurtalii, all of Omaha, spent yesterday morning in Lead. They left in the afternoon for Spearflsh. The party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clark, Mr. Tackahury, Mrs. R. M. Tackabury. Miss Valentine, Miss Salmon, Miss Ford and Mr. George Reeves, who spent Sunday The Famous L ILiOXCi. &. ID. Terry, returned to Hot Springs. Mr. and Jin. Ami-rose, of Iowa, were making a brief visit in Lead. Pete Stnukovittb, the well known prospector, was down fron. Squaw creek. Vim. Brady, whe represents the Armour company, was doing business in Ltad. V. R. Irvln, one of the well known druggists of Sundance, was in Lead on Sunday. H. S. Bliss, of Bear Butte, an old Minnesota chum of S. R. Smith, was in Uie city. Black Hills The famous Hot Springs watir costs 75 at Sylvan Lake, returned after a most en S. R. SMITH, Summer Resort cents a carboy; the pure Crystal Springs Piedmont water. TiO cents: the celebrated joyable ou i i ii?. They report the lake as well patronized by an enthusiastic crowd Dealer in Kidney Springs water, 25 cents; fresh every day, delivered to any part of the of visitors, many of whom were Llks 'JSylvan Lake lei. Uieu At his home In Terraville, at Har- Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, of the Lincoln hotel, were driven about Lead by Mrs. S. city. Call American Express office, rlson, 166; Black Hills, 111 R. Smith. J. T. Phillips and Frank Allen ere Carpets, Crockery, Carriages, wagons, Pianos, Organs, Etc BLACK HILLS MAPS. Wall Map showing geology and topography of Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming; 13 colors. Price $1.50 Pocket Map showing geology same as Elevation 6,300 feet. Dry air. Hot weather unknown. Mountain scenery unsurpassed. Harney Peak by donkeya Boating on the Lake. House li new and modern In appointments. Send for souvenir view. F. B. COLES, Manager, Custer. S. D. a. m., Sunday morning, of dropsy, Louis Caron. aged sixy years. Mr. Caron is one of the old-timers, having been nineteen years in the Black Hills. Fourteen years of that time he spent in Terraville. He leaves a wife and six children. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Catholic church In Lead, Rev. Father Redmond officiating. Interment will be made in the Catholic' cemetery in South Lead. Mr. Marcoux has, charge of the funeral arrangements. , The Clan Stewart picnic to be held on Wednesday, August 16, at SturgiB, promises to be one of the most delightful pic SEWING MACHINE! For the, best Make I sell a fc above, containing a complete description of the mineral and other resources of the Black Hills; cloth cover. Price $1.25. Pocket Map of Black Hills, plain, con Singer for 32.50. I sell a GOODS! ING MACHINE like cut Warri among the Terry people who spent Sunday in Lead. H. 0. Alexander, representing McCord, Brady & Co., of Omaha, was calling on Lead merchants. The Pioneer. Times la on 'sale at L. D. Jacobs Basar, where you can also get the flnest smoke la town. (tf.) -George Beemer returned on Sunday from a two weeks' visit at Omaha, and at his Old home in Racine, Wisconsin. H. Davison, who has been in charge of 8 R, Smith's stables, has resigned bis position to accept a better one. Fred Symington, the Western Union telegraph operator, was quite ill on Sunday, but able to be at work again yesterday, j taining a description of mineral and other resources of the Black Hills, paper cover. Price 40 cents. m TDK TABLE for ten years for $5.50. Map of the Black Hills. Price 25 cents. For sale at the office of DEADWOOD. Undertaking a Specialty THE PIONEER-TIMES. nics of the season. There will be many athletic contests that will add interest to the day. The first train will leave Lead at 6:30 a. in., and connect with the 7 o'clock train leaving Deadwood. This will give all who desire, a chance to visit Fort Meade and the valleys, and yet return to LEAI S. R. SMITH. Denver, Helena, Butte, Portland, 8alt Lake City, Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago, St. Joseph, Kansas City, St. Loulsand all points oast and south. San Francisco and all points west SATURDAY EXCTJRS1O0NS TO HOT SPRINGS VIA "NORTHWESTERN LINE." To Hot Springs and return at one fare, $5.20, for the round trip. Tickets good to return seven days from date of sale. The Elkhorn train leaving Dead word at p. m. Is the popular train to Hot Springs, as It leaves after the close of business hours. blD Tie Miasofllay Furniture Train Leave at follows: N'n .'.wtibuled Express, daily. Hot Springs, Linooln, Omaha Chicago and all points East, the grounds In time for the noon contests. Returning from Sturgls, the trains will leave at 5, 7:30 and 10 p. m. The Clan Stewart is noted for giving delightful so-call affairs, and everyone should leave his business for the day and go with the Scotchmen for a royal good time. Mr. Hlgby, of Omaha, brother of Anson Hlgby, was visiting In Lead in company with his wife and little sons. -fed. Skollnder, conductor of the night freight on the B. H. Ft. Pierre, has been Very 111 with tonsllltls, but Is Improving. Polea are being set and wires strung from the Old Abe to the Ellison hoist, preparatory to lighting the new hoist with electricity. . All the barber shops will close at ten O'clock Wednesday morning, on account f the Clan 8tewart .picnic. They will keep open until bine o'clock this evening, erenlng. South and West MOpm DEALERS IN mo. no. Local, dally exempt Suiday Bald Mountain and 8 pear -fish 1:15 p r S04. Freight, dally exoept Sua- day. H1U City. Custer and ' Furniture,. Crockery i Glasswa and Bdgemont 7:50am Sundays this fright leaves at. 1:00 a m Trains arrive as follows: No. 10L Eastern Peas'ngT, Dally, U: 19 a at NOTICE. I hereby give notice tnat all school orders issued aqd registered prior to January 1, 1896. by School District No. 8, will be paid on presentation at my office In Central City. Interest on same will cease 10 days from this notice. C. K. WEBDON, Dist. Tieas. Central City, Lawrence county, S. b., July 19th, 1899. (7-20-lm) no. m. spearnsa Train, rally, ex Evervthinc Strictlv an to date and Dfices that cannot be I cept Sunday 11:06 a m j j r 1 Undertakers 1 No. 201 Freight, Dally, except Sun-say 11:00 am Sundays this freight arrives.. I lls Sleeping, dining and reclining chair ears seats free, on all through trains. Rallwa and steamahlo tickets sold and bag gag shocked to all nothta. - The Urn of the departure of ? the local nail )frptn 'Deadwood haa bees' changed fromU jfL m. to 10:30 a.'ni, s that better connections may be made with upper camps, H. C. Benhanf,t who haabeen Jot several year lif charg of he" Fish Hunter lumber Vard and 'store at Custer, has moved to Lead to have charge of the Pny's business here. ('C'liB "I W. B. Cow mi, who runs' a novelty store JOHN ELMEMK, YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS. There are tome little lad In Lead, whoie young feet are ' already straying from tie straight and a arrow path. They have' been stealing sections of lead water pipes from the basement of the Cotton and Andrews building, and selling It to the Junkman, A few pieces, have been recovered, bat some that was much needed have not been returned. The lads are bound to find out. at' this rate,, that way pt the transgressor Is very' hard'; hut many people, who are always interested In a little boy, re hoping that tbey may come to their reason and behave like men, and not like rowdies, before 'their get. Into serious trou For Information, time tables, maps a pmoaimcrs. and tickets ceil on or write to X Hover and Reilrer ' FRANCIS, General . Passenger Agent, All Work Dona With Pro No 3 AUin St. Lead, South Dak mptness and dipatc(lx. HIAWATHA PARK. - LEAD. S. D. la Lead In the shape of his Candy Kitchen, la meeting with great success and doing ue nne Business that might be expected" Omafct, Keb. W. T. ROBDRTSON, Ticket Agent J. L. BENT LEY,, Oommercial Agent D, C. TRAINS BETWBBX DEADWOOD AND LEAD. LEAVE DEADWOOD. Dally, except Sunday 1:05 am Daily ' i-io am iaSiSillSiiail 325252525? v front the class of goods he handles. ble. X m R. K; Albright of .Lead, went Dut dayto some mining property owned by . Himself and 8. R. Smith In Strawberry Gates' FtWr and Ore Crusher Daily, except Sunday , .10:80 a m , rUch, . The prospect are excellent, and! GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Homestake M Co FulJy Described in our No. 1, Cataloifue. , the owners expect soon to be shipping ore. ... Hand-bills are out announcing that the 8. I. M. 8. C O. will bold their flfti annual picnic Tuesday," August 15, at Bender's Park. No admission fee will W charged. A SAD CA88. , One of the saddest . cases of Insanity known for some time, is that pt Mrs. John Treloar, ot South Mill street,' Lead, whs became violently Insane 8unday night. For several days past Mrs. Treloar has acted la a peculiar manner but not until Sunday did her actions excite suspicion, She seemed to suffer from hallucinations thought someone was under her house, try-Ins to set fire to It, was greatly excited concerning her children, and seeme4"to fear some evil for them. About one o'clock and muslfc for the daoclnc will be furnl.h. e Crusher special fin d by the K. of P. band. wuiy U:llpm Daily 1:00 pm Daily, except Sunday ...i. ....... 1:16 p m Daily, except 8unday 4:20 pm Dally 6:3 pm Daily, except Sunday ............ 7:60pm Daily, except Sunday 1:00 pm Dally :00pm Dally, except Sunday ....10:0pm LKAVB LEAD CITT. : , Dally, except Sunday .......... l:S5am Dally ices am Dally, exeept Sunday .....11:00 am Daily UMtm Dally, connects with Eastern passenger' 1:15 pm Dallly, exosH Sunday ........... 1:40 pm Daily, exoept Sunday 4:4Spm Dally S :6fi p in Daily, except Ins day ; T:liia Dally, ax - .snday ............ t:Xlpm Prof. Kerr, of the Brookings, Agrlcul-tural college, has been the guest of K. F. Irwin, llomeetake time-keeper, for the past week." He expects to WAs? "for ntoratag.v- the-aeig bora were Keyftwe, f her he wlM ad a fevwflsyi ! ,r0UJ,e' foud cri- omin ;trora before returning to his lorn. ' ! J ;TPJo""! n,"- earj ; her, er w-: . j .. , - v ' In. 'She ieemed In an" almost Tlysterieal S ork on, the new Fault building pa th : f s iV ,. . r- , f rate-. -and tho she quieted dowt -hi about corner of Main and Bleeker street! Is pro-1 , . -.'.- ! ii hour. ' her reason , did. not return. aa v Our New Design will interest you. Gates' High Grade Rolls ' f NQOTHER8 EQUAL; THEM- Gates' ImproYad Vaaners. ' - jf hsy are tin Standsrtf. G-nto OHoes txxxX TDo& . " Adopted by the HcmesUke' Mining Co Dally t:ll par Lmij, exeepx nunaay ........... ,ie:lo p ireii!B piuiy. in, piuterers are ai work, and it li expected that the building F. hi. A M. T. S .. . . Si , will be completed by the e3 of the Week, and ready for ocenpaofy bf the first of Tremain Steam Stamp Mill, The Prospector's Friaod. , . Fourteen catalogues dr9r-nK .r:.- r.:-. "i : - m ' Lfi m - m OTTO Yesterday afternoon Sheriff Plunkett, accompanied by a doctor, carp to Lead and took the onforuoate woman o tb county Jail In Deadwood, where she win remain until she comes before the board of tnsaa-Ity. Her two little children, lads of shout four and alx, wrre brought down with her. Mrs. Treloar has bu a widow for abtut three years, and only a few -weeks ago suffered a second loss la thj death of her sieves year-oldsoa. Joseph, who had been 111 for many weeks. ,. Mrs. Treloar has had the additional misfortune of being In very poor financial clr- F.- PURNELL Sole Agt j fi f PiriV o ri n'l Ml THE NORTHWESTERN UNI. ' . DEPOT: Betweesr Deadwood and Pis Strewts. v i - - Arrives. Departs, Through trains ts Omaha Chicago, St. Paul. Mia-aeapoils, with close connections for all - points - ' west aad soath. at Fre-gaont and Omaha lis m p DEPOT: Lower Mala Street. Whitewood, Storgla, Ra . Id. Chadroa .. and later, mediate polnU . ...... .l:4l a at 1:11 a a Bella Fourch S:Xsm 11:00 am Wbltewaod only ....... T:M a at N:tt p Except 8uaday., next week. t A Joint meeting of the young people of the Baptist, Congregational and Methodist churches yna held "Sunday at 11 o'clock at the Baptist church. It was presided over 1 7 the B. T. P. U. and the address was r-a-Js by Kiss Johnson of BL Joe, a well-known worker among children. A large congregation was present and a very snc-cessful meeting' held. For fhe Black Hills. . 0ffic Opposite Bullock Hotel 'ELSTON AVE.. CHICAGO.

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