The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on April 11, 1900 · Page 7
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 7

Lead, South Dakota
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Wednesday, April 11, 1900
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The Lead Daily PioNEERTiriEs. &YEAK. I.KAl). S. I. i K 1III.I,S ), Vi:i).i:SDAY MORNINCI, APRIL. 11. 1 FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION, Meeting Called For This Evening at the Opera House. ,,,11 fi t, , itv ,.l Tin ruusual closed with S.msa's "King Cotton Mar. h." All pel sons w ho attended were much phased with the ciitena:innciit. ;ui. we exti nd our thanks to the man-aeemi nt. who labors im essantly to Ke p up the M mdard of the library j maintaining this c nviable distinction, anil that to attain this end nil f -i - is ;t l am! factional differences smuM b- !m: -ied. and a complete republic an victor won.. This city election may have an important lw-sirinK on county and state politics, and it is night time for the lepublicans of !.e;id to line up. present a united front and win an old-time victory. This is residential y-;ir a year that will he remembered for iT-repulilican victories and victory should ire hereby caned w covene at s l iiKUi Opera house at ?:?) fffdnet-d-y i evening. April 11th, I jepurposc 01 pi.niiife in uui. .ni.i- :nusii a!s. Died. At lnd yesterday afternoon. C'allahany. at alxnit 37 years of age. jieDtire city ticket as tullons: It mayor. One city trcas-One police justice. One at large of the board . ... . ,,r . u lietrin right here at home. Station. UIl irpanin iji Uii- df education. Alson one coun- lu from earn waiu, iu lueiuueiH Irrp'om )tu Smoker. An impromptu sniokerft as held at the parlors of the C.oIaVrt' Star club Monday evening. In the way of amusements, there had, alone- with other L school Ixwiril from tho iourth leca.sed was a resident of WhitewiMid iiid was employed as section foreman on the Klkhorn line. He was brought to the Lead hospital a couple of days ago suffering with appendicitis. He was a very sick man and :is an only hope for saving his life an oeration tor his troble was performed. He appeared to tie doing very well, be a short time liefore death claimed him lf member from each of the other 1 REP L' B M C A N COMMITTEE sports. lcen anounced a sparring exhibition between some of the best defenders of the manly an and the program The Spring Season of Nineteen Hundredwill be inaugurated in the Millinery Department on Wednesday, April 11. You are invited. The Big Brick Store iis luiniieo, out a.s a result there was lorality From a Republican Standpoint. (.republicans of Lead are begin-sfully realize the fact if they ex-0 become succsesful at the mm-jr election they mum be united tie grew rnti h worse and passed away. He leaves to mourn his demise a wife and tour children. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of Hermosa. and of the Workmen lodge of Hot jlsee but one ticket in the ;ield. a need of the services of a surgeon. Will Connell and V. J. McCaskell, heavy weights, gallantly entered the square and the exhibition was commenced. It was lots of fun for the spectators, but Will came out of the affair with a badly cut eye ami Mc-C'ackell"s ear was considerably torn: in both c ates stitc hes by a surgeon were necessary. Then Joe Teeney and Karl Dennis. 4is 16 efecialy true in regard to Lflce of mayor. With two reitub- candidates, for mayor defeat is Springs, in the latter order he carried a lift policy ot $2. Wo. The remains are lying at Dickinson Ar May's undertaking rooms, where they will probably remain until this afternoon, when they will be taken on the Elkhorn passenger to Hermosa. at which place the funeral will lie held. tloawait both of them. It would that the best method of fa ettr- lity is to hold a republican mass tstion. and a call for a convention lit character to meet this evening tKjth handy boxers, came to the front. Atcr three rounds Joe cune out with a black eye. but otherwise not much the worst for wear. But then :t was all in fun and everybody enjoyed it. ktiD tbis itsiie. ps evidently is the proper method mmt I he convention can con- Grand Easter Ball. Crescent Temple No. 3. Kathbone Sjs-ters have secured the Miner's I'nion Hall for the evening of Easter Monday and will give a grand ball iqioti that date tie qualifications and availability k respective candidates and select ae whom it may regard a.i pos- The Librav Musical. Regardless of the bad weather flier' were about .'!ou people in the reading room of the Hearst Free Library to k (be most varied elements ot Ifth anil best winning iiualities. fonvention should place in i,otni- a complete republican ticket ' Following are the comniiittees in charge of the event. Kxec uti vi-- Mi s. I.. I). Jacobs. Mrs. Jno. Kslerbiooks. Mrs. Jno. (iibbs. Mis. Pen Stone. Miss K. Culloni. Fio'ir Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Stone. Mrs. Jno. Ksferbrooks. Mr. Jno. KsterbrooKs Jr . Miss Iv Cullom. Fr. Adamsky. '.op to bottom, and with the right ate, and faithful, united work full vote the republicans can le day. republicans have some excellent :iaie material for filling all the ces and especially that of The persons most prominently Med for this office are I.. P. Jen- lieai the program rendered. The entertainment commenced promptly .it S:."i with a piano selection played by tin-pianola entitled "Moise d. Kosirni. and was received w ith gr at apd oise. In answer to the encore Mr. Tagarty put on "Smokey Mokes." The next numbers were two s.uigs. sunt- by the librarian, '.-'im e . Parted." by Allitsen and The Sweetest Flower that Hlooms." by Harvey Hoth songs are gems and were sung splendidly. No. 3 was supposed to be. filled by Miss Pertha Pierce, but owing to sudden illness, it was impossible for her to app-'ar. Master Charles Silver tilled the numlier with "Mrs. Ma-' loney on the Chinese Question. Charles has a future liefore him as an elocutionist.- His Irish dialect was fine. No. 5 was a very difficult piano so.o. i "Atalanta." played by Mrs. J. Tegarty.' Reception - Mrs. J. A. Pec k. Mrs. H. P. I.rey. Mrs. W. Malkison. Mrs 11. DaiU'hei ty. Mrs. J. W. Cunan. Mis. J. W. Freeman, Miss Maud Faust. Miss Alice Muiphy. Miss Hannah Walsh. MINOR MENTION. Wanted A second cixik immediately :t the Popular restaurant. Henry Scmilzel. who ha.s been under the weather for the past month, is around again. Until the First of May! - " Our Entire Stock ot Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, Ladies and Children 's Underwear t Hosiery, Corsets, Notions, Linings, Silk Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Kid Gloves Waists 9 Skirts j Jackets Ladies Tailor Made Suits to be Sold At Manufacturers Prices. L.A. Fell. Henry Harwood, .lolin rooks and P. A. Uushurst. All m citizens are splendidly equip-!or this important office; but it is tin that aj of them cannot run and lected. Two of them have been nominated by petition and no to any spec ial right or authority If to them that they should not Me their candidacy, which is an inkle ambition. It would appear tie best way would be to hold who is a remarkable pianist, having wonderful technic, and follows closely j the meaning of the composer, in a Wanted I room gin ami se:-oru ccKik immediately at the Camp bell house. 4-7-4t Next Friday evening wil occur the next card laity to be given by the Coldc n Star club. The Degre' of Honor team will meet Mion of republicans and let tnem tie contest, and there is no 'Init that the defeated candidates I abide by the action of the con . The convention should first 1 informal vote on the mayor anaiaates. This will bring out 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. OSCAR SILVER . for practice this evening at 7: J. Hy I order of the captain. J Elmer Allison transferred a lot in I South Lead from Edward Nagg to Olaf I I.indcpiest for a consideration of 3M'."i. j Two sons of Finland paid $7.50 each at police court yesterday for imbibing ktive strength of each, and in V the strongest candidate can be lined. word. Mrs. Tegarty is a true artist. Mrs. Wade sang "Dreams, by Barret, and lor an encore sang "My Lady Lu." This lady has a natural voice of pure soprano quality which is a very rare article. The next numlier was a tenor solo "For All Eternity." sung by Mr. Matthias, lately from the Appolo club of Chicago. Mr. Matthias also ha? a natural voice and sings because he loves to sing. The pianola then played Chovan's Nocturne, Op. :. No. 1. It is often; said that a high class of music is not' rcpuoiicans of Lead should ap- the fact that Lead is the ban-Poblicati city of the state and 7 have a pardonable pride in too much liquid rye the night before. Houses bought and sold, money ed general insurance and notary lie. Victor T. J?ps n. Room 1. Cottou & Andrews block. Lead, S. I). tf THIRD ANNUAL Masquerade Ball Dr. Coventrv, after a week s ibness, appreciated. This, however, was not the case of those who listened to trie Nocturne, for it was loudly applauded. is again around and atending to ! usi COVENTRY, ijfc Specialist Bailor Block, Lead, S. D. ness Doc. was laid up with a heavy OF Mayflower Eebl Lodge No. 44. At cold and neuralgia. S. R. SMITH MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE BLACK HILLS. !! fore taking sloc k on Tebruary l.'.th. .ml tci make room for big sh!p-nien of new gucidrf. I will give n-iy I.lliKHAI. I )I S( Ol N I S on Furniture, Carpe ts. Crockery. Etc. It will pay you to come and look at th" bargains in Croc-kerv and Limps. Complete nets and remnants, all will so at veiy low prices. I have a small stock of Wall Paper which must be sold before the tew stock arivt-H. There are some nice patterns left, ami at prices that will please you. Mr. Taperty then sang "Hatt!" ray." by DeKoven. and responded toj If von are looking for a good smoke an encore with "My Song. Central City,April 18, 1900 ask for Chamison's MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Fa tory m May bl(K k. Iad. The wife of Mr. Jake Carey of I-ad presented her husband with a batiy bov. All parties are doing well. Music by KnuV Orchestra Supper at Lenk's, Y.'.WWVW.VK TioltotB - 31.00 S. R. SMITH - LEAD hases Where They Sell Cheap., f Mrs. John Abt. Mrs. Lloyd Northern and Miss Nellie Holegate returned home vesterday from Hot Springs. The HENRY MAILLARD, where they have been the past week. Henry assay oilice and laboratory is located in the basement of raust's new )lock, Itad. and he is pre-p;.reu to nil all orders in his line, ff i? ial Sales Day ! Spec COBWEB J05. SAVAGE DEALER IN Hay, Feed, Flour and Wood. Rock Springs and Deer Creek Cool. Blacksmith Coal always on hand. Orders delivered anywhere in l'er-ravllle. Central and vicinity at price Black Hills Bottling and Vinegar Works. MA I'XN FA C'Tl'RER ft DEALER IN Mineral Waters of all kinds, in syphons and bottles; Soda Wateis of all flavors; Wine and Cider Vinegar; Cider, U. W. Thompson, the new express agent from Norfolk, who is to take the place of Dan Morris, resigned, hn arrived to commence his new dutif?. Theo. Geekey. real estate, lc'us and nsura'nce All kinds of letral writing done promptly. Good live men wanted Always the Best I I it 5 I to meet any competition. Saturday April 7. Ladies' Skirts, the latest style and materials, at less than manufacturer's cost. FOR ONE DAY ONLY. Call and see them. "Also inspect our lin' of pattern hats, the prettiest, and lowest priced line of millinery ever V. ought to the Black Hills. CHASE S, Where they sell CHEAP, MAIN ST.. CENTRAL CITY -eel . tt Lead's Leading as solicitors Office on Main Lead.. ANTHONY TRAUT .... ,rr. i - II No. 5 iain street. Lead. Resort No, 15 East Main Street n. PRACTICAL We call the attention of our readers to the ball at the Opera house next Mouday eveningiven bytbe Rathbone Sisters lodge. See the list of committees In charge of the aff4ir m these col-nmiu. ...-.'--- Syrups, Flavorings, etc., etc. . Special prices to jobbers in Vinegar will be made upoa application. Correspondence solicited. Office and factory. 408 Main street, Ta, g, D. HirrlgQ'g Te1eTnon 875. S Main Street Lead , j haSfc'S and Steam Rtter

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