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August 12, 1900

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

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) The Lead Daily PiONEER-Tines. 2.j11i YKAI.V u;ai, I). IM.ACK IUI.LS j,S('MAV, Af'il'ST 1-'. 1!mh. Hearst Mercantile Co. li. u. Robinson was in Lead from Nemo yesterday. A baby boy vas burn to the wife (if Joe Jtc rgavin u;' TerraviMc Friday. Miss Kircno., w no has been visiting at Piedmont, returned home yesterday. Tlie original Oberamniergan Pas About ' Ladies' Fine Footwear Nos. 100 to 110 N Mill St. LINES CARRIED. Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies... Millinery and Ladiea Beady-To-Wear Goods. Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes Trunks and Valice. Groceries, Hadrware and Mine and Mill Suplies. sion Plav at the Opera house this Bids for Sewer Opened. Tin? mayor anil city council met at tie- City hail in Lead yesterday afternoon for the purpose of opening bids tor the construction of the new sewerage system in this city. There were several bidders for different portions of the work, but only one of them included the entire work, and that waa from O'Neill & Son. of Fairbault. Minn. The bids will have to figured cut before an estimate of the cost can be given and this will require considerable time. After the council had finished looking over the bids and 'discussing the matter, they decided to adjourn until Monday evening, when it is expected that the different propositions will be in shape that an estimate on the cost mav be obtained. As the women do th. greater share of 8ho! buying it seem, J? natural that progressive dealer should cater largely to her li w whims. 3 401 In no branch of the shoe business does the need of the artl make itself felt more keenly than In the woman's wear and it i here that shoe art predominates. Tan colors are more eagerly sou h for than ever this season. ; Fancj vestings and scroll dessignsaie also very pnr.;'nr as are the "xtreme plain shoes free from oruameLtaiio.. tion iny deacrip J. L. Marcoux, who some time ago decided to devote his whole attention to the undertaking business, has fully 7u. pleasing and facinating effects In low shoes are equlte b yond a pen picture. Thee lasts have a tendency to a little more full j nesr, at the toe and posses very graceful lines. They come nearer the ! anatomical requirements of the foot than for many seasons past ' and it is to be hoped thot it will be a long-lingering style. decided to utilize the room recently leased in the Zerflng new block, as a furniture store. He expects his large DIED. About, two wi-tKn dkd. it will 1j-rem. nib. r.-ti Mi9 Kll-'ii J m i N, who was walking M) Mil in street, aerldei.t-ally st'I'i (,ft' "'f e'Kf f the wide-walk immediately in front of the iievv building recently erected by I A. Oiislmrst and falling to the basement belcnv, a distance of ten or twelve feet. The entrance to the building had not at that time been completed only a few plank laid down in order to pass in and out of the store room. In some manner the old lady accidentally stepped into the opening and sustained injuries, as stated above, but they were not thought to be serious. Medical aid was summoned at the time and It was believed the unfortunate lady would be around enjoying her usual health ere many days, but 5 o'clock yesterday morning she passed away. It is stated that the deceased was enjoying com-parftively good health, under the circumstances, up to within one hour of her death. Mrs. Kllen Farrell was born in county (ialway, Ireland, in 1840, and came to the I'nited States at the age of 10 years. She was married in 1S'7 to John Farrell. at Beloyt, Wisconsin where they resided for some time, after which they removed to Hannibal Missouri, and Mrs. Farrell resided there until after the death of her husband, when she, with her family, moved to Kansas City where her only daughter was married to Frank W. Bradbury, who is now in the employ of the Homestake cqmpany of tills city. Mr. and Mrs. Bradbury moved to Colorado, during which time Mrs. Farrell made her home with them, until a few years ago when she moved to Spearfish, where a continuous residence has been made, up to a few months ago when she removed to this city. The deceased leaves one son and ,a daughter, who both reside in this city, to mourn her demise. The funeral will take place from the opera house, tomorrow forenoon at 10 o'clock, Father Redmond officiating. Interment will be made In the Catholic oemetary In South Lead. J. L. Mar-ooux, the undertaker has charge of the funeral arrangements. Misses and Children's Shoes.;g The extreme hard wear given shoes by littlee folks lias been a theme of much thought and study on our part We have striven to secure only the very best ofmuterials and 1 tion has been given the lasts, that nature's work may not be inter fered with in maturing the foot. The Lawn Social. Friday evening tncrc took plai o at the residence of Mrs. Charles K. Weedon of Cciitial City, a very pleasant and successful lawon social, both financially and socially. The affair had been arranged and was presided over by Mrs. Weedon, to whom a laige amount of credit is given for tho success of the affair. The event was given as a benefit to the Woman's Relief Corps of Dead wood, Mrs. Weed-on being a member, and there was cleared $19 from ice cream and cake sold and served upon the lawn. - A large number were in attendance from Central and Terravillo. From Dead-wood there was also quite a number who drove up and spent the afternoon and evening. Everyone that was fortunate enough to be present reportj a most pleasant time, and as we heard one Central City lady remark. "When Mrs. Weedon g'ves any kird of a social affair that means a plepsaul time, and we are ill ready to join hands and help along." . o A Lively Runaway. Last evening about 5:30 o'clock the delivery team or P. A. Gushurst afforded the cause of a ripple of excitement along the route which they traveled at a 2:40 gait. The deli very-man, John Herlihy. had just unhitched them from In fornt of the store and went to get Into the wagon, when they gave a sudden lunge and started up Main street upon a dead run, turning down the street toward the old Catholic church, and again turning cast down Addie street until they came to the stone wall In front of the residence of Judge Joseph B. Moore, in South Lead, when they were brought to a sudden stop. An Inventory showed a flightly broken wagon and both horses scratched up considerably, one of the horses requiring the services of a veterinary surgeon to sew up a couple of large gaping wounds on his head, which will lay him up for some time. No one was hurt by the runaway. I o The Catholic Slaters' 8chool. The Catholic Sisters' school will open upon the regular date, the first Monday in nett month, unless all present expectations fail. The property recently purchased ty them, which lies north of the church property, had upon it a large two-story frame dwelling. This will be moved forward so that there will be but an eight foot yard In front, and the building will be remodelel, the first story to be used as a dwelling for the Sisters and the second story will be converted into a school room. A large addition, forming two ells from this building will be added to the Style is always a prominent feature. Our lines of dress shoes are particularly strong in all the above points. You are invited to visit the shoe department of gstABlLSHEDt 1876 r i evening. John Nichols went down to Hot Springs yesterday for a few days' re-creation. Guy VV. Martin has gone to St. Onge for a few weeks' visit with Mr. Joseph Carrier and family. Miss Emelda Monty has returned to her home in St. Onge after a two week's visit with lelatives and friends. The debris is being cleared away from the lot upon which is to be built the new hose house of Hose Company-No. 2. Ole Anderson, working in the Ilom?-stake. has taken a lay-off and gone into the valley for a few days' recreation. If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Factory in May block, Lead. tf The Beach & Bowers minstrels are billed to appear in lead at the Opera house on the evening of Saturday August 18th. HenrySchn.tze's assay office and laboratory is located in the basement of Faint's new block, Icad, and he is prepared to fill all orders in his line. Ct Mrs. Meno Voight and family expect to leave for California about the 15th of this month, to reside there during the winter. Mr. Voight will remain ir. Lead. Oscar Silver is making arrangements to leave for the eastern markets. Tor the purpose of securing, for his large establishments In the Hills. Fred Clark, secretary of the Home-stake Mining company, with headquarters at San Francisco, arrived in Lead Friday evening, and will spend a few days in this city. The wif e of C. D. Chaussee of Cen-t.-al, presented her husband with a fine baby boy a Ie"v days ago. Mother and baby are dot.ig nicely and C. D. is correspondingly happy. Houses bought and sold, money loaned, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cottou ft Andrews block, Lead, S. D. tf The ladies of the Presbyterian church of Iead will ive a social next Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Traut. Ice cream and cake will be served for 15 cents. Sirs. T. R. Stoner. during the absence of her husband in the east, will will visit with friends at Spearfish a few days and then go down to her parents' home on Red water. Lorenzo Miller, who is' to have ( harge of the new planing mill of Fish Hunter at the head of Poorman gulch in Lead, will move his family to Lead and nial; ' their homo in this lSllDilKOSK OK 9 V. 0.1 Lead, So. DAif, WALTER McKAY, Real Estate. Loans and Insurance Office May Block, Lead, S. D 3 $bk 5 'Ar 3 furniture stock by Monday or Tuesday of next week. The meeting of the building commit tec of Hose Company No. 1, that was to have met and awarded contract for building their new house last evening postponed their meeting until Monday evening on account of several bidders not having been quite ready to submit their propositions. Otto Grantz is having loaded three cars f ore from his famous Hidden Treasure mine. Teams are hauling the ore down to Central, where the cars are sidetracked. This will be the first shipment made by Mr. Grantz this summer. The grade of ore being shipped is only of a medium assay value. Mrs. Henry Jacobs will leave Lead today with her children for Denver, Colorado, where she will join her husband. They will either make their home in Denver or Victor, Colo. Mrg. Jacobs has a large circle of friends in this city who regret to hear that she is to leave, but who will wish her and family all possible happiness in their new home. Dr. H. Mc. I. Morton, who will be at Dr. Bugbee's office on August 22-23, Wednesday and Thursday, is the oculist to the St. Barnabus hospital also the New Sweedish hospital and he has Just recently been appointed oculist to the AsburJ' hospital, all of Minneapolis. He is also oculist to several of the largest railroads running Into Minneapolis. E. S. BUGBEE. Attorney George B. Thorn psc-n has gone out to Sand creek to ioin the party consisting of his wife and Attorney W. A. De Bord and wife of Omaha. The party went out last Monday but a; Mr. Thompson had business ;n the city that required his a.'tcit'.m lie could not go at that tini" Thv -:-pect to return home sometime thi week. Mr. and .Mrs. Dr. Freeman. and Mrs. .lolin V Cihbs. Mr. and Mrs. lien Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Vi- tor Jepsen. Mr. and Mrs. H. 1'. I.orey and several others left on last evening's Burlington for Sylvan lake and later to Hot Springs. They will be absent tin days or two weeks, with the exception of Dr. Freeman and J. W. Gibbs who will return home tomorrow. There is something of an epidemic oi "pinkeye" among horses in Lead. In some of the livery barns nearly eery horse is affected and it is difficult to secure teams. The disease affects the eyes, causing to run from them a liquid substance, and the legs of the animals swell to double their natural size. In some cases all four legs are swollen at a time, and in others it acts a great deal like rheumatism in persons and jumps from one leg to the other. John Sanderson and William Hamilton are in Central City upon a visit with lelatives residing there. They are from Australia and have been-on the way nearly three months traveling, in India and different parts of DR. E. SBUCBEE rear, and this will give them ampli Eve Si'I-.ciasist. Steve Zere;ga Wants to see you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And il you knew his prices on these floods you would want to see him. I've Got It! You want It! Let's Get Together. LEAD, S. Dl Resulted in Death. Yesterday morning at 5 o'clock Lauretta Whealan, the victim of Fri day evening's kerosene explooion while she was attempting to start a fire with the oil, died at the Home-take hospital from the effects of the injuries received. Deceased was a joung lady 22 years of age and has been reared In Lead from childhood. She was well known in this city and bad many friends who mourn her terrible death. She was honored and respected by all and her untimely end has caused a cloud of sorrow to settle over the city. To mourn her death is left an aged mother, who Is lingering between life and death, and who probably has but a few more davs upon this earth at most, five sisters. Mrs. George Mort-land. Mrs. Kiehard Pancoast. Mrs. Matt Klopp, Miss Emma and Miss Julia Whealan: two brothers. James and Thomas, the former being In South America. The funeral services will be held fiom the Miner's Union hall Monday afternoon at 2 o'lock. Father Redmond, officiating. S. R. Smith will have charge of arrangements. Office In Bailor !'! room for present needs, in fact considerable more peating capacity than the school building that was burned afforded. It is expected this will be in readiness for the opening of the regular school term. s Boiler and Eiirtl Snerial attention Civ. -n to RcFil lng and sett Ins Valves. Can go any part of the t,.u:.try to oj F. UNDERWOOD. Eiifilewuod, S. D. o A Painful Fall. Mrs. Dan Piltz. who resides in South Lend sustained quite a painful injury yesterday morning. She was in the act of climbing over a fence, when in some manner her dress caught, throwing he rviolently to the ground. Dr. J. W. Freeman, of the Homestake Hospital corps, was summoned and found the lady had. in the fall, broken a rib. lours for business STEVE city. There is to be an excursion train leave Lead at X o'clock this morning over the B. H. Ar Ft, P. railway for Crystal Cave. They will return in the evening. Price for the round trip. $1.50. Mrs. Martin Conway, of Cheyenne, Wyo., mother of P. H. Conway, proprietor of the Bryant house, and Mrs. P. J. McHugh, 1 shere visiting her son OF?" and daughter. Her visit will be of JULY CLEARINCRUP. Sweeping Reductions To reduce stock and make room for new goods. For One Week We wlllmake a sweeping reduction on our entire Carpels, Ids, LiH ... Wi Shades ... about a month's duration. There Is quite a number of men employed in renovating the old Caledonia mill at Terraville, both in the mill and ir. the yards. The mill will be in condition to start up by the time the additional water supply reaches there. T. R. Stoner of the Brick dry goods department, left last evening for Chicago and New York. He goes for the purpose of purchasing the fall and winter stock for the Big Brick. He will bo absent two or three weeks. Central and Terraville M. E. Church. Preaching service at Central 1030 a. m.; Sunday school at Terraville, at . Summer Goods as RIES DRAPE Europe. They have visited most of the large cities and places of worldwide repute on those two continents, and their descriptions of the country-thru which they have traveled and the difference in customs, etc.. are very Interesting. They have various curios SHIRT' WAISTS. CRASH SHIRTS, - p. ni.; Sunday school st Central, 3:30 p. m.: preaching service at Terraville, 7:30 p. m. Everyone cor that they have gathered and their collection of foreign coins is quite inter dially welcome. William M. Richards .SAILOR AND TRIMMED HATS.. . LAWNS; DEMNITY, WHITE GOODS. LACES, EMBROIDERY In fact, everything classed as summer goods. It will " - ,' bo a price- to close regardless of cost This means money saTed to ereryone supplying their needs - at our store. Dry Goods. ; Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats, and Boots ' I J shoes. The Improvement in the street between the Brick store and the Home-stake hotel, and also in the yard be esting to one who has never left the borders of the United t Sates. Te joung men are cousins of James and John Jilbert and Alfred Rosevear and also have other relatives in the Hills. For Cash This Week. ALSO JUST RECEIVED A .BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF RUGS. WHICH WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE SPECIAL SALE. S. R. SMITH tween the hotel and the Star hoist, is a much needed piece of work and is a credit to the company. A bulkhead is being run along the side of the aCOJc Where They Sell Cheap. 2 V No' 5 Main Street Lead road, and the low places being filled in and everything being" placed In Lunch Counter. At the Derby lunch counter. In charge of Overton Wagner, meals and special orders are served at reasonable prices, day and night Tierney ft Berry's place. Main street. Lead, tf .V.. (Continued ou Page J.J ! first class condition. It makes a won derful Improvement in the appearance 7 .V" . ' ' ' LEAD. S. D. of that end of the street, i ' t

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