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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Wednesday, August 16, 1899
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; - THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1899. tlMMIMUMMIHHIHIMIMMIMIIMUilMUIMHMIMMVmHt MMIMf HM IH M MIMtllMHIMtllfHMMIH MltlMlttMBMt Mis Shepherdson. of Riverton, Neb wno nas been th guest of Miss Minnie LEAD PIONEER-TIMES: LEAD'S Peterson of Lead for the past week, left for her home. The regular rehearsal of the Singer's people of Lead of putting on, some time 1899. LEAD S. D. AUGUST 16, , their rooms in the Bailor block, i j Chlorodyne Cough Mixture will cure ifllMMMI Mill- "tmffftHIHI lllll ..IIIUIHHKSIIf Mammoth Depa rtment Store ANNOUNCEMENT! Our Scoc'ns are now complete and'fuil in all Departments that cough, or we refund the money. L. P. Jeuklns. druggist rtf.) I Erkk Skalinder, who has been veiy ill lilt have been veery busy lakini, out aci-iili-nl and Insurance pollciie ii t un dining ihc it ii days ihey will be absent. The parly will be com".i 1 .'f Mr. and Mrs. Fuller the Misses I'olzon a.i tJlenn, Hint Mrssis-. Damon Clark, aii I f". bl'ROl.ARS. A daring aJi1 so-far successful robb" tu performed Monday evening at iIih known confectionery store of Brock & fslD, on the corner of Main and Wall , i!h toiuilitis. is very much better, a: .1 ; wilt soon be at work again. The Pioneer-Times Is on sale at L- D. Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, , Jacobs' Bazar, where you can also get i Llie finest smoke In town. (tf.) Mrs. Macl'hettridKe. the well known I musician, Was in Lead meeting members ! of her class. CI. I'ears&n J. M. KoMns-'on c . f Sturgis, Charles Traynor. of Chicago, (.ieo. A. SiNby, of Pry Goods. Clothing, Millinery, Wrapi and Suits, Carpets. Trunks and Valeses and House Furnishings. streets. ' I About twelve; o'clock, a colored man, Arthur Holmes. I came Into the store fur lunch. Koy AIsAj wan alone, but without suspecting anythW. went back Into the kltcheu to prepare lunch, while Holme seated himself at the lunch counter, which Mitchell. A. C. lioy.l. of Mystic; J. J. Don W. E. Smead returned from Pierre, nelly, of Ciown Mill Charles McLevy of Class and Oils, where he has been for the past two weeks Ice Itox canyon. Thomas Murray and wif on business. of Dunbar. .Neb.; L. I. Swift and wife, of j Mine and Mill Suppiie8. James Moody, of Moody, Kellar & commands a view of Muin street. A short time afterwards AUIp went Into the main room and discovered that the cash rtrawtr, which contained between forty and fifty dollars, was missing. H immediately sent Moody, of Deadwood. was in Lead on busi Less. CI Tyndall, S. I'.; ". II. W'iesor, of Dunbar, Neb.; T. R. Chamberlain, of Ashland, N'eb., and C. li. Darrius, of New York, were registered at the Campbell house. Tony Bernard was in Lead yesterday Clifford Watson of Vinton, la., agent for for Brock, and they detained Holmes un til the Dolice arrived, when ho "Was given Witb uaequalled facilities for buying and selling we ask your iLspection of The Largest Quantity, The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. the: Into custody. It li supposed that the actual thief must have been Informed by some pre-arranged motion of Holmes, that the coast was clear, the Niagara Insurancce company, is In Lead. S. M. Houghton of Deadwood was making his usual rails upon Lead merchants. Mrs. Miller of Sunnyslde, Lead, is In the Homestake hospital for an operation. John Wolzimilh of Spearfish was visiting with his many friends in Lead. A E. W. Eiik!i:::-- nf I "nd went tj Hot with Messrs. VV. F. Crosby, of the Crosby-Ehrick syndicate of Colorado Springs, and O. B. Armadale, of Victor, Colo. These gentlemen represent the Company that possessed large mining Interests near Kirk, and that has already bonded a very large tract of land lying between Lead and Kirk. They were looking after their mining Interests. and have entered by the side door, which was open and quietly abstracted the dravr- while his confederate engaged the attention of Alslp. Holmes came up for a heralng before Loaa. S. ID. Springs to spend b : .. ,;ion. Hans Lundmen. of the Homestake. wi'tii Mrs. Scott has just opened a restaurant at No. 17, South Mill street. Th opening dinner was served yesterday to a large and delightfully well-satislicl crowd of people. The cooking is home 'own to Tilfor'l for a few days. Fresh cut roses and carnations for sale. Mac, the Saddler's, Lead. (tf.) Mrs. Orltlith und children of IV.vlwuod, Judge WalsU of Uad at 3 p. m. yesterday, but took a change of venue to Judge Early's court, wbere he will appear for his hearing as sooii as the papers are made out. His bail was fixed at $250, and In default of payment he was brought to Dead wood and committed to the county like and of the best, and all the appoint The famous Hot Springs wat. r costs 7j tinis a rarboy; the pure Crystal Springs IMrdtront watt r. Wl r,r. t'i" rrlebrated 5. R. SMITH. Dealer in were visitors in Lead. ments of the room are neat and In the best of taste. Mrs. Scott Is sure of a succeis. Yesterday was pay-day for the water jail. company and railroad. Kidney SpriiiKS water. 1:0 tents; frestt evf ry day, delivered to any part of the j city. Call American Express office. Har- I No slue has yet been found to the other Quite a little bogus money is in in Lead, much to the annoyance of bamuel Clemens, of Centennial, was offender, but the police are working dill rlson, 166; Black Hills. Ill business men. LlKOt-weight dollars of a ently, and expect soon to bring him to peculiar dingy color, are most common light. They have not even forty cents worth of The empty money drawer was found In Carpets, Crockery. Carriages, wagons, Pianos, Organs, Etc BLACK HILLS MAPS. Wall Map showing geology and toso the alley back of the store yesterday morn graphy of Black Hills of South Dakota ing. ' f . n- and Wyoming; IS colors. Price $1.60 trading in Lead. J. P. Laffey of Deadwood made a morning call In Lead. Albert Victor and Pat Doyle went out in the valleys. Mrs. Vijjion and daughter went down to Hot Springs. James McQuillan, of Lead, was a Dead-wood caller. J. B. Baker went down to Rochford. Abe Fink is on the sick list. T SEWING MACHINE Pocket Map showing geology same I AMALOAU CAUSES TROUBLE. above, containing a complete description It was a great surprise to Lead people of the mineral and otbtr resources oi the Black Hills; cloth cover. Price $1.25. Pocket Map of Black Hills, plain, eon taining a description of mineral and other For the best Make I sell a I Singer for $32.50. I sell a GOODS ING MACHINE like cut Warr; for ten years for $25.50. Undertaking a Special!) resources of the Black HlllB, paper cover. silver in them; but then they sre free silver, for you can have them for the asking. Miss Hempel has just left for a three weeks' visit In the east. She will spend the early part of her vacation at her home In Plattsmouth, Neb., and will then go on to Chicago and St. Louis, where she will buy goods, preparatory to re-opaning her millinery establishment upon ber return. There Is some talk among the musical people of Leading of putting on some time soon, the second act of "Martha" and th first act of "Fauat." If this Is done, all scenic effects will be Introduced, together with fine costuming, and an excellent presentation is assured. The funeral of the late Louis Coron of yesterday when tie news passed thru the city that James Putnam and George Smith, on of the Homes take amalgamators, bad teen -arrested for fraudulently obtaining gold amalgam to the sum of $600. The complaint was mad' by George Northam and the arrest were mad, early In the afternoon. The 'two men were brought bafors Judge Price 40 cents. Til TABLE DEADWOOD. Map of the Black Hills. Price 25 cents. For sale at the office of THE PIONEER-TIMHS. kaasssa 'Walsh, and pleaded not guilty. Thny were LEA S. R. SMITH. Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago. DenVor, Helena, Butte. Portland, Salt Lake City, 8an Francisco and all points west- St. Joseph, Kansas City, St. Loulsandall points oast and Terraville took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the Catholic church In SATURDAY EXCCRSIOONS TO HOT SPRINGS VIA "NORTHWESTERN LINE." To Hot Springs and return at one mre, $5.20, for the round trip. Tickets good to return seven days from date of sale. The Elkhom train leaving Deadwood at p. m. Is the popular train to Hot Springs, as It leaves after the close of business hours. Furaifi The 1 Dickmson-May south. Lead. A large number of friends were present. Interment was made In the bound over, Itietr bail being fixed at $1000 each, nd on motion of defendants, action waa deferred until the 17th. Put-cam furnished bonds and la at liberty, but Smith, being unable to furnish the required amount, waa sent to the city Jail. .A search warrant was Issued and about "two pounds of amalgam found in Put-tuam's possession. v - Mr. Putnam was to have left oa the i o'clock train last evening for a short vacation, but the discovery of the crime earns In Just time ta prevent hii escape. Thl very Unfortunate affair has caused much comment and excited much Interest la Lead, as both the men concerned are Catholic cemetery In South Lead. -DEALERS IN Furniture, Croekery S Glasswa Th Fish A . Hunter Lumber company will occupy the quarters recently used by Hulst A Pries. H. C. Benham, who has been la the employ of the company for several years, will be In charge. 8. 8. Green Is opening up his mine, th Golden Crown, between Carbonate and Garden City, preparatory to shipping ore. NOTICE. I hereby give notice tnat all school orders Issued and registered prior to January 1, 1890, by School District No 8, will be paid oo presentation at my office In Central City. Interest on same will cease 10 days from this notice. C K. WEBDON, Diet Trees. Central City, Lawrence county, 8. D., July 19th. 1890. (Z-fO-lm) Everything Strictly up to date and prices that cannot be old teifdepts an well known. V As tie "offense i j grsad larceny, ill la a He ha good property , and expect it soon aer!o;us'TJhe,ranf 'bines the ' defendants can clear themselves, -will mean severe sentence a r t .. : r ' j . Undertakers and Embalmers. - t ;- 1 o' o y i JOHN ELMEHK, ta Hover and Repairer. All Wrk Dona With pro-mptjaaas and Hapatclu HIAWATHA PARK, - LEAS, a IX The Clan Stewart picnic to be held today at Sturgts, ' promises to be on, f of !.& noet delightful ? picnics of the season. There will be many to b in a paying condition. About 1 o'clock the good time commenced at the park. . Dancing to the music ot this K.' of band was Indulged; In, and a general "good Urn enjoyed by everyone present , Victor Jepsoo rtporta the following transfers: two house and lots on blocks 18 and 1, and 20, from Joseph Julius to Augustus Wickemburg); consideration, $2500. ' ' ! ' T. W. Eustl-Who; la-manager of the Manchester Insurance company of Minne No. 3 Main St. Lead, South Dak 1 J athletic contests that will add Interest to the day. The first train will leav Lead at t:0 a.'' m.; and connect -with th T o'clock train leaving Deadwood. This wUl Trains Leav as follows: Mo. 20'. V.-tibuled Express, dally. Hot Springs, Lincoln, Omaha Chicago and all points East. South aad West M0 p m Ns. 210. Local, dally ezoept Sunday Bald Mountain and Spear-ash 1:15 pm If. 104. Freight, daily except Sunday. Hill City. Cusrer and and Bdgemont 7:60 am Sundays this frtght leaves at.t :0 a m Trains arrive ss follows: No. 10L Eastern Pass'ng'r. Dally .11:10 p m No. to. Spearflsh Train, Daily, ex- ospt Sunday 11:05 a m No. 101 Freight, Dally, exoept Sunday ..... 11:00 am Bnadays this freight arrives.. 1:61 p sleeping, dining and 'reclining chair oars seats tree, on all through trains. Rallwa aad steemshhi tickets seld and bag gag hacked to all points. For Information, time tables, maps and tickets call, on or write to J. FRANCIS, General Passenger Agent, Omaba, Neb. W. T. ROBERTSON, Ticket Agent. J. L. BENTLEY,, ConJmercl&l Agent B. C. TRAINS BHTWKKN DEADWOOD AND LEAD. LEAVE DEADWOOD. Dally, except Sunday 1:06 am D"r :S0am Dally, exoept Bunder 10:10 am Dally 11:11 pm DMr 1:00 pat Dally, except Sunday 1:15 p m Daily, exoept Sunday 4:10 p m Pr 5:10 pm Daily, except Sunday 7:00 psa Dally, except Sunday 1:00 pm Mir .- 1:00 p m Dally, except1 Sunday 10:10 pm LEAVE LEAD CTXT. Dally, exoept Sunday ........... 1:18 em Daily .............. S;ggsj Daily, except 8nnday ............11:00 am Dlb7 .11:60 pm Dally, connects .- wka t Eastern passenger 1:16 pat Dailly, exoept Seaoaty 1:40 pm Dairy, exoaat aaday 4:46 pm Daily 1:66 pm Dally, exoept Sander 7:11pm Dally, ex-' 3aaday 1:11 p m Daily 1:11 pm Dally, exeept Sunday ...10:56pm apolis, and ,.Watter Cobban, ah, agent o'r Gates' RobI and Gpc GpusIicp th same company, war la Lead, Mrs. Charles Bpeuldlng, of Dead wood. give all wh desire, a caancs to vtalt Fort Meade' and th valleys, and yet return to the ground la time for th noon con testa Returning from Sturgts, th trains will leave at ft, 7:30 and ,10 p. m. ; The Clan Stewart la note for giving' delightful sc-call affair, and everyone should leav his wad has been .visiting with friends in Lead, returned to her horn in Dead wood 'GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Homestake M Co after a most pleasant woek.',': business for th day and go with -the Fully Described in our No. 1, Catalogue. Scotchmen for a royal good time. . , The 8. I. If. a C. .of Lead held a most Special Fine delightful picnic yesterday . .afternoon at Bender' park. .. The festl Titles began at 11 o'clock In th mororag, waa lbs pro i ' Our New Desiira will interest you. ' cession, headed by th K. of P. band, aad th United, States flag, formed ,oa Upper Vain street at the Miners' Union halL and marched thru die, business', part of the Albright,, th piano man, leavea today for th country. H wilt mors Mr. Richard' piano In Dead wood down her ranch below Whltewood. v v. -J .'" i y- Joha W. Tulleys. city reporter tor th Tribune, has resigned hi position. T. t. Edward himself will attend to th reporting for the prsseot. '- '"v v " ' - li. B. Ortaa la rooetvlnc goods dally and has th Inset asoartmant of Jewelry in th dtyv Doat forgot him whan In need of good' In hi Una.: ' (tt) ; 'Archdeacon War wag' la lead yesterday for th first Urn In several weeks, as he has been In the eofrntry spending hi vacation. r . Dr. E. W. Bailey, the well known den-tls of Omaha, accompanied by hi wif and Mrs. Welter, were sight-seeing in Gates' High Grade Rolls i C . NO OTHERS EQUAL THBM- fite IqrcTBl Vasssrs.:; Tiisy are tm Stanflarf. G-atos, dhood a,TLX'BieB city. Following the fcaod. cam th baa-Ber of th society,. anA some fifty member on foot. A beautiful Italian flag brought ttp the rear. Th patriotism- and good taste of th eociety In having th United W. li. A li. V. a JL 1 States flag at th head of the proceesiot Aaopted by tne liomesxaxe su-u called forth many favorabl comments. : Tremain Steam Stamp Mill, The Prospector's Friend. and created much enthusiasm. A jolly camping party will tear Lead , : "I Fourteen catalogues describe our BTining Machinery. OTTO today for a trip thru th country to Devil's Tower. They twill be truly western In r.' PURNELL Sole Agt mil's THE NORTH WESTERN LINE. DEPOT: Betweea Deadwood sad Pta Streets. ; . Arrives, Departs. Through trains Omaha Chioego, EC PmL Mia. aeapoUs. with close eon-ssctloas tor all points . west and soata, as Fre- . : ssont and Omaha ..... 11 a m . dp DEPOT: Lower Mala Street Whltewood. StargM, Rapid, Chedroa and later mediate points 10:4Sem 1:16 s a Belle Founche l:Ham 11:00 am Wblteweed enly n :M a m 4:41 p m Except Sunday. ...... style and travel In an orthodox prairie For (he Black Hills. Office Opposite Bullock Hotel schooner. Just what th motto printed lira. Large and daughters, of Deadwood, were vlsltlnc ta Lead with Mrt.XLarga's married daoghUr, Mrs. Dingey. - ; Ben Cook of Deadwood was stowing the sights of Lead te his .brother-in-law, from upon the canvas cover will be, hat not yet . ELSTON AVE., CHICAGO. -LM been ascertained. Th campers will be ' their own ' driver " and ' " cooks. gold considering these two' things the naval academy at Annapolis. . seSRSsl

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