The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on August 15, 1900 · Page 6
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 6

Lead, South Dakota
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Wednesday, August 15, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. 25th YEA I'. LEAD, S. 1). (IJLACK 1IILLH),VKIXKSIAV, ATOTST IT), 1MO. riVl-''KNTS. Watch this Space The Black Hills Portrait Company Miss Klla House, who has been a ttifferer from ('lphtheria for Lho past fnw we-kH, will leave this morning for Belle Fonrche to visit with friends for a fow days when she will inntinue ber journey to Aladdin, Wyo . for a visit with her brother, who is a i itizeu oi that city. Billy O'Drlen and a party of friends HEARST MERCANTILE COMPANY,. OP LEAD r Kvish to announce to the citizens of Dead wood and vicinity that they are doin all for Important ANNOUNCEMENT Of the arrival of a new lines now beiti- purchased kinds of enlarging in J . ! Nos. 100 to 110 N Mill St. i who hare betsu rusticating in the j Cold Sprtn?- district for the past j rouple of wks returned home yes- Oil, Pastel, Water Colors, and Crayon I at Chicago prices and solicit your patronage. NgTE Do not send your pictures away!; from home, when you can gfet better work by patronizing home industry. j ti-rday. reporting a jolly outing. Complete Lines Carried. Born. To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hurley of Terry on Tuesday, August 1-lth. 7 a son. Mother and heir doing nicely. Andrew Ro.sewater. of Omaha, the well known civil engineer, arrived" in Lead last evening. He is the gentle- increased business that will naturally THE CITV COUNCIL. CITY NEWS. follow, if our business men and riti-f" I '1 us. aid 'I'e.l ,-:ij, (h zi-ns will make an effort, there is no question but that at the end of the present year this city will be entitled to the- introd'letion of the free mail lleliverv. The seson of Outings, 1'elebr. liens an I I'. Immunity must needs bee coolly and properly i different occasions. v l-'or your needs in ((' V.ih Suits. Skirts ml the Itig ltrii k. I'OI tile I .1 U II t t - - ' no ' " Ol Mlllllli l. r(, J,, 11, . i'oi .,-;; wall'- :i I iul.!el!--. Ii r;iol and I'.,- Tho fire alarm that was sounded I man who submitted the plans for tha yesterday aft inoon was a false ' new sewer system in this city that is ii'arm. 1 to be built this fall, ami is here for the i Walter K.istinan expects to ieav.- In'"s,- of advising with the conic il li da;. .... , when- he will proba t.-u.-ii .Hi:u the . , ml rait i ng. it,-., fm til- I I In, ate. I lllld 1 im of t lie same. - ' Ulle t An Important Meeting Held Last Night. Ttu; I. rail City Counril mot in adjourned session last ninlit. all aldermen Ileitis pn sent. Mayor Alit prrsid-inn. A i otiiniiini. at ion was read from I lie city (-limn il of liiadwond. reiiiest-1 1 1 a joint t:i ! . n ,,l 1 1 j h'-aduood and l.i ad niiniii!.- ihjmI la mt I ha n A .! -i. r-. ;t' d i -' i i - .inn I te : . i . 1 1 - - ! i ., : .1 in and a li : IV I i 1! I ! ' '. i a .: i I: !. Mr. an. New Republican Club. 'I hi' mei-t inu of I he Hrit i.-li A tia-i i - a n ill ietis i f I -i:n I that was i . iT I I in l.e 1,-1.1 at S I Hall M"!:.! y ,.;,!, v. . I . . .,ii, :..! .: 1 ' ' i ' !,.,! l;i :. h A da nu liter born to : - 'i in an i' mi ii, , la in. u iii., . Wall I i I l.l.iv.. ( .' ' 1 - ; .1 i . i I. .Inllll o, U6 d 1 1 iin (lr. ollt Willi 111: FOR IT5 prop Hsu,--. 'io- 1 Qualities v. n . ! !. ,! to i e, 1 1 1 , , ek s. 'i l,e 1,1, 1 - i , i 1 1 III .. A H -III - I - II Who is liel e now. ill ia I il;n s and get I lie 1576 &"l liiliM- tin luo be op. in d al (II. w liosewater loniain over se i . .! ' al . .. 1 .i i If aid. u In, ha r t.-n ,l;n al Srl prints, have ninni, I lil ami . i s i 1 1 1 m f . Hill Hot j ll! , !!, I'l III'.! be . i-.-i I ,! Sll, , ess of the cominc; ram- ne. Is ,,- a l.uve lie inn, b mm. I work mac from them in aidinc tin republican party in th paign. I ft ' ' ' . i ; I . . p ' ' : .. T' , '- i 1 ! fi.a e j, ... 1 1, ,i '! ..I.l thai ne II"! c. filed la . , a 1 1 H 1 1 ! ' 1 1 s in I !,, i i t y And i ;:g i i li t lien- is K,. ho .i- boss, Jaiiu-s. Arthur, di urge and Isaac "ir i mi i i niMMw.inBiMi si w, r specifications in good shape co that all future litigation, or at least the liability Tor sin h will be ledined to the minimum. M:-. William Traltraii has been eiiii.- silk for several days with typhoid fever, but is some improved at lles- a ny - at- -o pleasant and accommodating s men. and last but not least by means there N Mrs. Rogers who i ways pleased to have the ladies s ' no . call furn-I more I Lead, So. DaK and inspect the line of ladles ishings. millinery, etc What can the public ask for? JLXJQ Caught Ly a Cav-ln. One of the workmen employed in the excavating ot the sewer in front of the Homest ike hotel yesterday had a narrow escaix- from being buried iilive. He was in the sewer ditch to the depth of about five or six feet when suddenly the bank came in from one side and pinned him fast. He was in an upright position and his entire body was buried from the Hioulder down, only his head pro-ji cting above tae ground. Several r en were near by and rushed to the rescue. They attempted to pull him cut and hurt l is shoulder some, but beyon.. this he was not injured very much, altho a little bruised by the earth and a few scratches of small pi count. He was dug out by workmen and can thank his luck lie got out a; well. The man was a Kinlander. ant we do not know his name. The entire stock of C. S. Barrel t's 'ewelry. Silverware Watcher. Ch are to he sold at auction to the bidder without re-rve or bv Imliline. Let Us Have Free Mail Delivery. We have heard considerable talk und have been approached as to why we do not have a free mail delivery ryetem. We r rde an investigation nd thru the proper authorities learn that ..16 Lead postoffice has not reached the limit ot business that entitles the city to such a recognition. L'nder the provisions of the law pertaining to this brant-ii of the postal system It requires the postoffkes in cities to do business amounting to $1 0,000 in the sale of postage stamps, box rent and stamped apers. the latter item being Btampe 1 envelopes, wrappers and postal ca.-ds. The business in the money order department, etc.. has no bearing toward making up this 10.000. W ith the y -ar ending last March, the Lead post'itflce had done a liusi-lu ss in the sa'e of stamps, stamped papers and renting of mail boxes to an amount of not over $H.oimi. but was several hundred dollars Jess than the require d $ii.'mhi to gain the tree livery. Hut without a doubt if a little interest was taken in the matter by our ....Sale Opens Wednesday August 15th present. Two extra crushers are being put in at the Highland and as a result, the in. u have been ( (impelled to miss a couple of shifts. W. K Rose if Lincoln. C.eorge M. L. Lrwin of Aberdeen and !. H. Shute of Coon Rapid-,, la., were registered in Lead yesterday. If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamisons MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Factory in May block, Lead. tf J. A. Berger is expected to leave the latter part of this month for the eastern market to make his purchases for fall and winter stock. Mrs. W. L Jos! in and baby expe. t to leave for Detriot. Mich., today or tomorrow where she will visit with relatives for two or three months. Houses bought and sold, money loaned, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepscn, Room 1, Cotton & Andrews block. Lend, S. I). If 'I he sto.k of hardware holonguig to Nathan .lie obs wa esteiday pur- based by Cooliilge ll.ds., and will le-rioved In their place ot business in the Kaut blo.A. were out when they should have been resting in peaceful slumbers at home. They usually get a good "jacking up" at the hands of the judge and fhen at :oO ), m. ami will continue from day to il, r c av as lotiLr as this notice remains. I.v :'b THE RECEIVER. Vou are earnestly ri-iiu-ste.l to be present a- ' ' .1 -Li'i'eat for vmi. Seat-- have been arrai:-!.-.! Im all. LADIES: Privileges for Labor Day Picnic. The Labor day celebration will b. held at the 1'uien grounds at Mount am I. ion on September ilrd. all of tin-six n iron of the Hills part i ; pa1 in:.- Iii, Is lor lie- following privilege a : v r. -pie-ted ( )iie bar pri-. ih-ge. ( ne merry go round. SALE AT THE STORE Next to First National Bank. MILL STREET. h Two i on feet loner y and n r.ent stands. Two lunch stands. One cane i ;h k. One novelty stand. A. KLEIN i citizens i .cad lotmi nave within another year such a condition in the postal department and the daily mails brought ti. the homes and the places of business. Last year the receipts from this particular line was only about $700 short from the $10.-tOO and with a small effort that could easily have bean made up. Lead Is a growing city and with the volume of All bids must be accompanied by j told to go home and be good i, t-oimeily of the Family Liquor A Patrick Wallace, who is employed in a uouse oi lerry, has removed to a0 per cent of -..e amount bid. J. C. McLEMORE 8-15 td Lead, S. D. the Star mill had one of his fingers Lead and is now onen for husine with the best stock of wines. It-y quors and cigars, which he is sel-y ling at the very lolst, prices. l LOCATIONS CHASES Mr. Klein is located in the base-'J badly smashed night before last by I one of the stamps dropping upon that ' member. His injuries were attended at the hospital. Henry Schnazels assay office and la-' boratory is located in the basement of Faust's new block, ICad, and be la prepared to fill all orders in his line. Ct Henry Schnitzel received a new four-horse powr gasoline' engine yesterday for .use in his assay office In Lead. It was unloaded in his new ment of the new Faust block on The Corner of WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP. MAIN 3 and BLEEKER STREETS. ? And cordially invites all his f friends, and especially those of '4 SALESDAY OF SHOES. quarters, which are two doors south of his present location in the same the Bald Mountain section to call block. 1 on nim wnen in the city. A Dr. H. Mc. I. Morton, who will be at Saturday August 18th Watch this space for Important Announcement S. R. Smith You are Always Welcom 4 Dr. Bugbee's office on August 22-23 Wednesday and Thursday, is the ocu 4 A KF JRIM list to the St. Barnabus hospital also the New Sweedish hospital and he PRICES FOR ONE DAY ONLY. LOT No. 1. Ladies $3.00 Shoes for f 2.00 LOT No 2. Ladies $2.50 Shoe for 1.75. LOT No. 3. Ohildrens School Shoes f 1.23 Shoes for 80 cents. LOT No. 4. Mens ?3.00, 4.00, and $5.00 Shoes for $2.50. has Just recently been appointed oculist to the Asbnry hospital, all of Minneapolis. He is also oculist to several of the largest railroads running into Minneapolis. E. S. BUGBEB. Attorney George B. Thompson and wife, of this city, and Attorney William A. DeBond and wife, of Omaha, who have formed a party that has w Space is Rcscned FOR This is but a parcial list of the many good things we will offer for this sale. been camping out at Sand creek the You will be pleased both in quality, style and price. Julius Beer Hail past ten days, returned to Lead Monday night Mr. DeBond. and Mr. Thompson were college classmate and chums and their meetings are always, occasions of pleasure . to thenu Mr. 'and Mr. DeBond will leave for their home at Omaha this evening. ' ,t. MAIN dllfttl A LEAD, SO. DAK J No, 5 East Main Street,

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