The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on August 29, 1899 · Page 6
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 6

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, August 29, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1899. IMMtlMtHMIMItlMIMtlMMIIIIMIiaMlltMlaaiMMMt-IMIMMIIMMMa HEAD PIONEER-TIMES. ! LEAD'S Chlorodyne Cough Mixture will oure J that cautfh, or wo refuml tbe money. L. P. JtnkiBB. druggist. (tf) You will be Well repaid for your 1 expense and trouble ff you see the woii'l unowned i'eak Sisters in tlnir laughable and instructive concert at i...- i.. ciiuidi. Lead, tiiis evening. p.iity lonsisling of James Howling and wife and William Searles ai.d uiie. of Lead, left Sunday for the Hell" j LEAD S. D. Mammoth Department Store 1899. 29, fillllU . ,. . . - M ANNOUNCEMENT! I JNTERESTKI IN iili-' CKH MIXK. "Eugene I ). I.c- ' J m ' i 'f I.mI, wlv Our Scocl3 ar; now complete and full in all Departments. i oiuiiie iiver nisi nt t. where they vwii ' njoy an outing lor ten nays or two long job in sight. Mr. Doyle s. nt out to the camp several nu n from here the past couple of days ami was looking for all he could get, but was not overly successful in getting men. lb- left for home yesterday afternoon. ; mii -if i i i - t iniH pais! . ; of last "has btwn :it Cim returned iimi,'- i lv; Mi mheis i 1. of li., ait il C'rt scent lodge No. 'n I'ecpiestetl t,, iiR.(l a s;,, ( !.: hall Cintral City. Tuesday evi a Pry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, Wraps and Suits, Carpets. Tf unks and Valeses and House Furnishings :ng. August 2',). Business of imuoil Groceries, Meats and Fish, Hay and Grain, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Class and Oils, Mine and Mill Supplies -wwk. .Mr. I." " hj j l;t! nn.-at faith in 1 1 1 in i :i- i :i I ' 'l V' ll"' ' sourccH uf mi- 'H h-: i: llill A anil was prosiii'i I iiiK in Hi' ii.-mlil-'H InV'il if tin? Carr ranch, near (''.sin Cit.-f. at tin-tirno of the Ki'I'l fiii'l "ii 'hi" farm. . which causcii km. Ii a stanipfl'' tcjthat place sonic six iinuitlis an He was fortnnale ciitiunh tn .sciiuc an interest in the farr property at 1 h.r time, a::ee to he transacted. Bertha Mallei H' i ii der. I.KAIl V.S DKADWHOII. It recalls to mind when an old granger, who was visiting his ity relatives, was taken to witness a game of the national sport between two of th" leading league teams. At the completion of tbe game our granger frienu was asked how he enjoyed the game. .iiss Uolins, principal of the Washington school in l-ad, who lias been spending her vacatiou in California, ret Hi lled home Sunday. She reporis and shortly aftdAvunl lie and partners bonded lie- mill", or iTo.Meet, more projiciLy siieakinn. for $ I r.t .000. Owing to the huge sum at which the properly was held the sale was not made under the terms' of the With uaequalled facilities for buvins and selling we ask your inspection of The Largest Quantity, The Best Quality, and Lowest Prices. THE when be answered. "Why, down loiuid where I live I've seen them young chaps play better; why sometimes they make twenty-live alid thirty runs in a game, and these fellows i only make two or three." That was a' good deal the way with the game ot I ball Sunday played between Lead and j Dead wood on the Lead grounds. It was a good game for runs, with plenty of errors and the customary iuciden- ! having left Mrs. V,. V. Dorranee ,n Calitornia, where she will remain a couple of months longer before going to Michigan for the winter. Mrs. Maud McKinney, who has been visiting her father, the Lead grocei, the past ten days, returned to brr home at Hay Springs, Neb., jesterdav. Miss McKinney likes the Hills iniic Ii better than the valleys of , l.rask.i bond, lint later new conditions and a lesesr eonsidcrat ion was made, and the property was sold a few tiay.s a Koto eastern capitalists, who will ram-men ec development work thereon in the near future. Mr. I.e Coiuple an I partners have reali.ed a neat sum by 1 the sale, and Mr 'aj r linds mines I , i and w.i.s sorry to have to leave. 'Op r I. - w. T1IKO. li. (iKSKIC i I . . I,.,;, and insurance, all kiihIs o' i,v,, tats, but from a scientific view it was anything but a good game. Ileadwoo.i j bad several new players, but all the ' boys in both teams seemed to have an W I I "JC Load, S3. ID. more piolitaldc tli.ui I. inning when the conditions aic as they were in (his -aso. Mr. I.e Compie says that several iipw discoveries have been made in that district recently, the owners bonfl ing or holding tlo- priees for the same at from lifteen to thirty thousand dol II (iiiun l- 5. R. SMITH, "oft day. Mcl'heeley was chosen umpire. The game in detail was as follows: SI.' MM Alt Y. liase Hits Deadwood, 18; Lead, J". Two base hits: Lewis. O'Neil. elirry. MeDade. I'ureell. Partridge, Ball. Hol-loran 4, Thompson. Devenport. Honi"-riiiis Thompson. Struck out By Williams, 7; Brown, 4; Partridge, .;. Errors Lead. 9; Deadwood, fi. Bat Dealer in lars. A large number of spiv ulatoi s And mining men are constant lv in the (lime. (Jeneial uncut loi lie In Si". nigs Assn. (iooil live ni"ii u. .-olicitors. ( tf j Mrs. Crotle rs. a sister of Mrs. .1. I!. ; Moore, who has been visiting to Lead j the past six months, left for her home : in Tennessee Sunday afteri i. Judge Moore will accompany her as far as Chicago, where he will remain for a week, attending to business matters William A. Dunn and family left yesterday for Dubuque. Iowa. The family will remain there, while Mi. Lmnn will go to South American, rte will remain there eighteen months or vicinity and property is all taken for miles around. Mr. I.e Compte will return to Custer in a short time to look alter and develop other properties "Which he still holds in that district. He speaks in glowing terms of the lu ture of that district. Carpets, Crockery, Carriages, wagons, Pianos, Organs, Etc "NORTH WESTERN LIN.S." To Hot Springs and return at me fare. $"i.20, for the round t.-.y. Tickole good to rctur.". aeven days from date cf si. Tao Elkhora train leaving Deadwood at 6 p. m. la tbe popular trals to Hot Springs, aa It leave aiier tbe olotw of bmneiu hours. teries Iead : Brown, Partridge and Thole; Deadwood, Williams and Ep-pling. SCORE BY INNINGS. 7 SEWING MACHINES. Deadwood ... 1 6 4 2 2 0 4 3 021 12345 6789 Lead 0 12 0 1 0 12 0 0 25 BIG riCNIC IN 61GHT. Arrangements are under way and have been purtly completed looking toward the formation of a grand pio- nlc consolidation and excursion of For the best Make I sell a $65 Singer for 32.50. I sell a GOODSEW-ING MACHINE like cut Warranted for ten years for $25.50 Undertaking a Specially. three of the societies of Lead. The or M&PfRRIIft' SAUCE The Original WORCESTERSHIRE vers interested in me scheme are - LEAD. S. R. SMITH, That's it rte Furniture Coin? Dickmson-fflay Hope Lodge No. 50, A. O. V. W., Gold Hun Camp No. 1217, M. W. A., and possibly the Knights of Pythias, all. of Lead. The wauject has been thoroughly talked over and canvassed before tb two orders at their last meetings and everything tended to furthering the project. Committees were appointed by these two orders to confer -with the Knights of Pythias lodge at their meeting this evening, and, providing all details can be arranged satisfactorily, the three orders will undoubtedly be able to head one of the 3argost picnics that this section as yet' TB'SUiee, as they are numerically Speaking, the leading orders of the city. It Is Intended to extend invitations to all friends and brother orders of the surrounding country to participate with them in the festivities and make of it a day long to be remembered. By a canvass of various members of these respective, orders It is difficult to say Just where, at this time, it will be decided to hold this outing, some DEALERS IN two years, when he hopes to be able to return and spend the balance of his life under the folds of the stars and 6trlpe8. George Geis, who has been in the employ of H. P. Anderson, the butcher of Lead, for the past several years, will leave the first of the month for the prairies of Wyoming, to resid" upona section of land some twelve miles' from Beulah for the next eight months, in compliance with the requirements of the law in "proving up' on his farm. Mrs. Geis also accompanies her husband. C. I. Hargraves was doing business in Lead yesterday. Mr. Margraves is ii farmer living beyond Spearflsh. He says that he wheat crop in that section will not yield nearly the amount that has been expected. Places where it was thought from twenty-five to thirty bushels of wheat would be had per acre, when threshed did not yield more than eleven and twelve. This is attributed chiefly to the hot winds that have ben prevalent the past sum-1 nier. The corn crop is good, however, and the farmers have many reasons to feel encouraged. Houses bought and sold, money loaned, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, room No. 1. Cotton & Andrews block Lead, S. D. (t(f) The five-act comedy drama, "The Unknown," by home talent, was prt sented at he Opera house in Lead last evening. A It ho the same play was exhibited a month ago by the local company here, the attendance was fairly good and those present thoroughly enjoyed the performance. For one to specify the parts of any particular member as being above another, would be wrong, as each member took her or his part, aa the case may be, iu a first class and satisfactory manner. AT REST. Sunday afternoon, and not Saturday, as stated by this paper in a former issue, all that was mortal of John Y. Tooze was laid to rest in South Lead cemetery. The last sad rites were performed by the Rev. Schenk of the Methodist church, in the undertaking parlors ot S. R. Smith, on Mill street. A number of friends of the deceased were present from Deadwood, as well as this city, to pay their respects to one, who in life was a noble man, kind and true. Rev. Schenk opened the services with a short prayer, which was followed by the singing of that beautiful hymn. ' Nearer My God, to Thee." Mr. Schenk delivered a short but impressive sermon which touched the hearts of all present and brought forth soothing tears to suffering eyes. He cited numerous reasons for the great increase in suicides, and gave as the most prevalent and. Important one the lack of faith in the immortality of the soul. The warm sympathy and childlike tenderness for the bereavr! ones showed the speaker to be a man of great worth and noble aspiration. At the conclusion of the services the remains were removed to their last resting place. The deceased held some valuable investments in mining property, and was arranging for a big deal just before his death. lie leaves to mourn his loss a brother and sister in Toronto. Canada, and Furniture, Crockery Glassware. Beware of Imitations John Duncan's. Sons, Ageata New Yoifc JOHN ELMftMK, Everything Stricter up to date and price that cannot be beat Undertakers and Embalmers. House Hoier an! Reiim. favoring Hot Springs, while others are in favor of a closer section But there is little question but that these orders will get together Jn this matter and about the 16th" or 20th of September All Work Dons vTKS Pro-Qptmissa and diopaeeh. Lead, South Dakota. No. 3 Mmn St. HIAWATHA PARK. - LEAD, a B will probably be the time set. By this many loyal friends in the Black Hills. consolidation it would assure aa attendance such that the committee ould secure the best possible rates by making a liberal guarantee to the railroads. Let the good work go on and the orders can Count the Pioneer-Times In, for we will be "there with the thousands of our friends. o Jimmy Donnelly, of Terry, was in Gates' Rog1 and Ore Crusher Lead yesterday. and did credit to themselves and their organization. The personnel of the company is: John Reagan, "The Un W. E. Adams was doing business !n Lead yesterday. GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Homcstake M Co . TIMBER CONTRACTORS. , W. V. Doyle, of Newcastle, Wyo., Lawrence Jones spent Sunday at Folly Described in our No. 1, Catalogue. known;" John Uaher, Earle Hall; A. E. W. Eng'berg, M. F. Brennan, H. S. lias been In Lead the past couple of Campbell. John McBride, Miss Heald days attending to buslaess In the in Miss Maud Miller, Mrs. H. C. Camp bell and Prof. Banks. terest Leppla L McLaughlin. He states that this well knows flrn has si-cured a permit from the government to use the Umber fromr ' tags trait; or land lying In the district around Iron SpearfUh visiting friends. Miss Annie Metsel, of Central, was visiting in Lead yesterday. ' Qscar Silver commenced moving lntj his new quarters yesterday. .' J Oliver La Montague was In Lead on liis Way to Deadwood yesterday. Misses Maud and Ruby Miller are spending a Vacation ' at their father's ranch. Arthur Fletcher was attending to business in Lead yesterday from Dead A NEW REVIVAL HYMN. It ain't so fer ter de golden gate, But da road is rougn, en de night late; . is creek and Deer creek. In the Bear special Fine crusher Our New Design will interest you. Gates' High Grade Rolls NO OTHERS EQUAL THEM- 6at8S' InproTsd Vanners. Thay arctlii Standard Gates, Shoes tx 33lo Adopted by the Homeatake Mining Co Butte country. This section waa burn En Satan holler: To chance is slii ed over some time ago and the timber mostly all killed and damaged bo that To' lamp won't bo a, kase 70' lamp It was necessary to use It immediate ly or have it lay upon the ground and rot. thus the government's sanction ain't trim!" Oh, believers, , What you maan? . ; 1 ' Fill to' lamp j Wld da kerosene! It ain't so fer ter de golden gate. to using this timber from the reserve. It will all be worked up into lumber, Pressed timber and railroad ties. Tbe" But de whistle blow, en de train wont latter is for the purpose of flil ng Tremain Steam Stamp Mill, The Prospector's Fritnd. Fourteen catalogues describe our Mining Machinery. OTTO F; PURNELL Sole Aat ia n?PA inAiii ffJtnlfA wait; a' ' ' " contract ot the above firm with the Burlington company. To do this work Ea Satan holler: "Yo' got sow show-Ton miss dat train, kase yon walk too wood. .Mrs. B.,Wade f Hot Spring returned home yesterday, after a abort visit with her son. Dr. N. H. Wade. The Ptoaer-Time is on sate HUD. Jacobs', Basaar where you eaa a).: get .the at etnoke la town- (tt A son made bis appearance at the home ot Mr. aadilrs. Jotta H. Jenkins of Terravtlle, yesterday.; Call on L. Booth, homeopjrftilp physician, office over. Anderson's met market. Mill treet, Lcai City. . ' t thty are looking for men to work." and For fh. Black HUI,. I ll M I E-Y IKfllll OIIKll.A leslre about one hundred and fifty in Mill G.U IIIUIU VI UU"" tutting ties, taming In the mills, -tstc. Office Opposite Bullock Hotel slow!" ; ' ' : Oh, believers, " Dont you wait! Ketch dat train Fur da golden gate! It will take at least two years to com' f ; ". ' I A - . ' ELSTON AVE.. CHICAGO. ILLS idete this work with this force of men, art tfinaa lnnkinz for employment, if . ..-Atlanta Constitution they prove satisfactory, will have - -

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