The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on March 11, 1899 · Page 4
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 4

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Saturday, March 11, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, SATURDAY MOUSING, MARCH 11, 1899. MINING AND MILLING INDUSTRY wtffm .w Shoes With a Reputation. likely that this work will call quit a number of railroad men out of the Black Hills this year, as it is stateJ that a number of them are figuring upon sub-contracts. THE FORMATION CHANGING. The Dacy shaft Is not as deep as reported yesterday morning by some fifteen feet, a Instead of beln 470 leet deep it nab reached the depth ot 455 feet The bottom of the shaft is undergoing a change, and has within the last few days become a son of a sandstone, approaching a shale. The shaft has been In lime up to this time, find it is thought that the shales will Richard Wlrioley returned the fore part of this week from Marquette. Michigan, where he had been for three months, visiting his mother and oth'T Our Boys SealSkin Seamless SHOES! relatives. While away he visitl the famous Calumet & Heel a copper mine. come pretty soon. The formation ; Are noted lor their wearing qualities through which the shaft is passing corresponds with the outcroppings along excellent for school wear. the east side of the Spearflsh canyon which lies a mile to the west of the shaft. There is some water in the shaft L. C. VERPLAST. the first that has been encountered. It and brought back with him one of the handsomest speciments of native copper ever seen, which he has presented to Sol Rosenthal, of this city. It is in the form of crystal, and has been placed in a hermetically sealed glass bulb, immersed in water. By keeping it sealed the copper retains its bright color, and it is nearly the color of gold. If exposed to the air for two seconds it would become black as stove iron. There are several pieces of white quartz lm1edded in the copper, ancf lias only been coming in for the last No. GO fiHiorman St. few days, and is of so limited a quan tlty that it is Impossible to determine whether it Is surface water or not. The miners send up perhaps lour or five buckeUful a day. Nine men are em ployed in the shaft and It is kept going night and day. The vertical on which the shaft has been ever since its star Cook Remedy Co. HAS THE ONLY SURE CURE FOR ed continues, and it is thought that it will go on down through all of the The laundress is sure of satisfactory results in her work if she uses Ivory Soap. Linens are of immaculate whiteness; no dirt or streaks anywhere. There's no room for criticism in the work when brought home. Ivory Soap is cheaper than common soaps in the end. A WORD OF WARNING. There re mny white soaps, each represented to be "iust as pxxj as the 'Ivory '; " they are NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting It. Copyhioht ism av thi Procter & oamblc co. Cincinnati formations to the quartz! te. this gives It an aditional beauty. Mr. Rosenthal prizes the specimen highly, and has given ita place in his show case The Detroit & Dead w owl company Is advertising for bids for driving a tunnel a distance of seven hundred feet on its copper ground just above Dead-wood on City creek, and it is expecte-i that the contract will have been award PRIMARY. SECONDARY TERTIARY BLOOD POISON olLOOD POISON PERMANENTLY CURED IN 15 TO 35 DAYS. You can h. 0 mmimmmm sBBBBBBBBal tereated at home for the am rice under same GUARANTY. If you prefer to come here we til DETROIT & DEADWOOD ANNUAL. The annual stockholders meeting of the Detroit ft Dead wood Gold Mining company was held at the company e office, 56 Buhl block, Detroit, Michigan, en Monday, March 6. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Malcolm Mc-j contract 10 pay ranroao. iare ana notei Dins ana no charge if we fall to caw ed by next Monday. It is the intention of the company to start this tunnel into the side of the hill from near the PROFESSIONAL .URDUS ABOUSII- If you have taken MERCURY, IODINE POTASH, and still have aches aaj pains, MUCOUS PATCHES in mouth, SORE THRQT, JPLES. aQEJfER- , Kl). I'll" law niisse,! Iiy the la.-t legisla COLORED SPOTS, ULCi:. S on any part of the body. HAIR or EYEBROWS bottom of the gulch, and to run it in Callum president; A. I Peck, vice FALLING OUT, it is this i.LOOl) POISON that wo GUARANTEE to cure. until It taps the copper vein that i rons I VOLCANIC EKl'I'YION.S. A'c fjiand, but S'..' i Ki 'ip rob i fe t joy. Bii k! eu Arnica v , cu.'s them, also Old, It. inning ;nul Fever j res, ''leers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warn Cuts, Bruise?. Burcs, Scalds, president; Robert H. Murray, secre Wo solicit the most OHSII.WIK. CASKS and CH.i LLICNC L THE WOULD FOR A CASE WE CAN NOT t'I RE. This disease has always BAFFLED tary; r rank U. AndrewB, treasurer; Homer Warren, Hugo Reid of New THE SKILL OF THE MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS. ture abolishing the profcs-innal juror went int') el'ter: yesterday ami va-made to apply in this circuit ...court. The effect of the law is this: If a man has served on a jury within the p; s i two years it constitutes a ground for ,Tork, and Rod A. Murray, of Dead- out at the surface higher up on the hill. Within a short time the conipary will also start a shaft on the vein, and will sink it so as to intersect the tunnel. The tunnel and shaft will both be equipped with air drills and other modern appliances for hurrying the happeJ Hands, Chilblains. Best cure rn earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25 ct a box. Cure guaranteed. . o. van., uirectors. rar, uamei Several of out most pi ominen; public men King's and Emporers of foreigi lands have succumbed to this disease -even when under the treatment ot thi best talent unlimited wr-iltl: f ' iticis could employ, but we have a SECRET REMEDY known t, iiy . ,i. -selves. During FOURTEEN YEARS of C. Baker, the retiring director, was a challenge by one side or the other, although it does not constitute a ground work to completion. The company has our existence no h-s - !h..n : . .:;. different concerns have started up to im all of the money subscribed that for excuse. Heretofore the sheriff his been enabled in securing talia-men, to itate our treatment, prompted by our unprecedented success; to-day not on necessary to carry this work out, ana of them remains in business. corder a vote of thanks for the good work done last year and much regret was expressed that his onerous duties in other enterprises prevented him from continuing on the board and giv-Ing the business of the company In the Hills the attention it requires. The report of the officers were particularly gratifying to. the sharehold nothing remains In the way of it. Mr. We Stand Alone Without A Single Successful Competitor, Baker, the locaf representative of the company, expects some of the other THE COOK REMEDY CO. has pe rmanently cured thousands and hai t stock holders to arrive from the east within a short time. At present there ers present. Copies were ordered world-wide reputation for speedy cur es, honesty and integrity. NO DECEPTION, NO FREE SAMPLE CATCH NOR C. O. D. METHODS. are several men at work on the ground and a good advance has been made printed for distribution. The estimate 4am k.. - . AAA I . m . within the last few months. Advice and ABSOLUTE PROOFS OF CURES AND UNBROKEN PUD w ui ih ib on vuy ireeK ami Two Bit properties were submitted, .1. . , . . . . . GES sent sealed in plain packages on application. NO BRANCH OFFICES. ONE MILLION DOLLARS BEHIND OUR GUARANTEE. . uvj van or an outlay or fu.uuo.uu. iThe company having sufficient funds ENTERTAINED BY THE QUARTET. It is seldom that Dead wood sees an audience made up of so many compet Sold by Phillips ec t?teensen. Druggisut. x FILED FOR RKCOKD. A certificate from the mate board o; health of Dr. G. H. Coburn, authorizing him to practice medicine in South Dakota, was filed in the office of the register of deeds. Frank J. Washabaugh. county judge, to Job Lawrenson. a parcel of ground situated on City Creek street, Dead-wood. $50. Frank bt to Peter Brakke, quit claim deed to the surface of the Yankee Boy mining lode half a mile east of Lead, on the. north side of Gold Run. Th instrument bore a one dollar revenue stamp. -o BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE Was the result of hi splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If yon want these qualities and the success they brine, use Dr. Klng'a New Life PW. They develop every powser of brain and body. Only Z5c at Kirk O. rhllltps. 0 FOR SALE, TWO HOISTS. One twenty-horse portable friction on hand with which to take care ot estimates, if wis unanimously voted Ad dress COOK REMEDY COMPANY. 1928 Masonic Temple, .dan, -1 go out on the street and take the firs', men he encountered, to fill out the panel. Now U is different. The men who have made it a practice to be conveniently at hand when the sheriff set out to find Jurors, will find their graft at an end. And those who could not avoid service at regular intervals, will now have a possibility of escaping. The law was exemplified yesterday and quite a number of men who had been subpoenaed were relieved from service. The sheriff was kept on the jump to get a Jury in the forenoon for a case that was Just being started on irial. No one In Deadwood knew the fufi text of the law, and Attorney Temple telephoned to Rapid City, to State Senator Edmond Smith and the contents of the measure were received over the telephone. In getting a, Jury for one case U was found necessary yesterday morning to send out for thirteen talis-men. Following is the amendment to section 6040, in civil cases, which relates to the various causes that disqualifies that the sale of treasury stock 'be stop-Jje. and the hooks closed on March 21. A communicat-km eras rei ' ' ' . meeting -from. Mr. James S. Lawson SfioXeaffel Aetna Powder Go. ?QT0 r VST; ft 7ua 'tatlng that quartzite had been reached ta the shaft at Two Bit, and that a rich ledge had been encountered in the t3 new tunnel on copper claims that gave ent critics as that which greeted the Chicago Lady quartet In the First M. E. church of this city last night. The ladles appeared under the auspices of the Bp worth League ,and their sponsors should feel superlative degrees of satisfaction at the success they met with. Every seat in the church was sold, and there were seats in all of the aisles before the entertainment began. A number stood up in the rear of the auditorium during the entertainment ' It was a rare display of musical talent. The ladles ot the quartet are entitled to all the enconlum they have received from other quarters. Their quartet singing was exeellent.although to many thenr solos were the chief de every assurance of great permanency ikou -O- KILPATRICK'S BIO CONTRACT. 1 -"" 1 Dynamite and Black Powder, Fuse and Caps, , ' Electric Batteries, Battery Supplies, W. E. ADAMS COMPANY. KfJpatrlck Brothers ft Colltnl. Of Cambria, Wyoming,- have been given Uie contract for a. large -, amount o: CW.crk on the; Union Pacific railroad, wLJcft Is to be don this yea-. The engine and boiler, adjustable band foot a juror. There are eight subdivisions ot Section 5040 as -H formerly stood, and the following Is the ninth: ELY'S CRKAM BAIM i P,'U"? Apply too the nostril It ta qukMj ""J? eenta at Drri(nrit or by mail i nmpif lot W CLT BBOTHKJR& Vfmma 8t Me I M -6rk-HfLeni9ti4-gradmn- for-the break, with 300 feet steel cable, oom-plete. J - One large blower, suitable for fifty ton smelting furnace. One stationary friction drum hoist. Beware of 7m!tatlros fifteen horse power engine and boiler, complete. Miller the Hairdresser light of the evening. There were five quartet selections on the program, and the ladles responded to one encore. The audience endeavored to call them back several times .but they simply replied with an acknowledgement of courtesy. One of the prettiest numbers of the program was the duet between Miss Dunn and Miss Lu tiger, "Go Pretty Rose." Miss Lutiger rendered a solo, "Clang of the Forge," and was ecored with great spirit, 8ne then sang "Because I LoveTou Dear." She baa one of the sweetest contralto Vouc-esever heard In the city. Mrs. Raynaud sang a nalto solo, -Daddy," that was charming; and was also encored. Miss Jessie Dunn, meuo soprano, rendered a solo, "Dearest Heart." very ""Thar he has been called a tall small' and has served as a Juror in the trial of a cause In any court of record in fSe county wKhin two years previous to the time of his being offered as a Juror, or that he Is a party to a suit pending for trial In that court at that term. Sec.- 2. An emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this act shall go Into effect immediately after its passage and approval. The same amendment applies to Section 7359 In criminal case3. o- AN OPENING FOR A BROKER! A California Subscriber to the Pio-' neer-Taraes says:, "Have you no brokers In Deadwojd? I have some stocks I would like to sell but I do not see the advertisement) of any brokers In your paper." If Deadwood has a broker or real estate agent, the Pioneer-Times has no official or commercial knowledge of Two filter presses for chlorinatlon or cyanide. Enquire of E. faust. Lead, S. D. O v 1 A NARROW ESCAPE. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada tX Hart, of Oroton. 8. D. "Was taken ith a bad cold which settled on my inga; cough set In and finally terml-i-:ited in Consumption. Four Doctors (wve me up, saying I could live but a short time. 1 gave myself up to my Sa-voir, determined If I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet &.T absent ones above. My husband was aoTlsed to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and. Colds. I ha ve It a trial, took la all elghj; bottle. It -has sored ma, and thank Cod, I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at Thilllps Steenson'a Drag Store. Regular siss SOe. aid $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded. v prettily. Miss Bolkcom, the reader and im tro posed cut-offs on the Union- Pacific Colorado, and -will be . - big . job. The grading of the new roxl bed to n ake the cut off on the main line will comprise some ot the heaviest wot luiQn to railroad engineer! J?, and Ihe contractor will encounter some of the most formidable cuts and embank menu known to railroading. This will , not be because of the depth or height of the cuts, but because of the width of the grades required, as the surface f the road bed must be over twenty feet wide, andT will require the remov-al of as much as 120,00 yards of dirt and rock in some places. The cut offs are belng made In anticipation of fast travel on the road, which will be rear j dered necessary by the-new schedules that are being adopted by railroad all over the country. The new" road on j the Union Pacific will consist ot three separate pieces and will aggregate forty-seven miles. " The Union Padflc will gart nineteen miles by the cut offs. ' The new rout will be superior In every way to the old line. In that the change will avoid several of the heaviest grades, which have required tremendous power, and have been the cause of a large amount of wear snd tear upon the rolling stock. Some oJ the work vill cost tbj company ten thousand dpi lars a mile, owing to the large, amount cf earthwork required. The work is to be flnishe 1 by the t ' -"iW, and will require two i. besides a lars number . r to corupWt the work ! r -1 far la Use con-.i ' '.-1 -tl.e rai bed " ' " ' ' 1-. ' ' . 1 -WUI a personator, Is very clever, and proved Hairdressing, Shampooing, Manicuring. Children'! hair catting a spec-' laity. ...HAIR GOODS... Cheaper than you can buy Bast All klnda ot Hair Work made to order. To introduce Kirk's Guarantee Dan draff Cure I wiH brush the heir thoroughly and put it up tret of charge for ten days from date with each bottle. MILLER. THE HAIRDRESSER. In W. E. Lowe's Millinery Department Deadwood and Omaha. ' Send-mail orders tor Hair Goods. a great favorite with the audience. Her came appeared three time on the pro tssssseet 5 NOTICB OF LEASE. each ihe fact. ' - gram, but she was called back . m .. time, After the last numoer on mo program she was . recalled twice; and , nonice is nereoy s'u " along- the west side of the north M she responded gracefully. The entertainment lasted an hour and a halt and proved very Interesting. of the Belle Eldrldge mining c" the east fork of Spruce Gulch bu w subleased to E. P. Hadly nd .BEST OF ALL To dense the system In a gontle and truly beneficial manner,' vwhea the springtime comes, use the true and perfect remedy. Syrup of r igs. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by the Caj. fomla Fig Syrup Co. only, and far salt by all druggists at, 50 cents per bottle. laiee. ah parties im'r-" JjjBf for use upon said claim or ""fTT labor thereon are hereby nouu the. lessee of ' said mining 1ln. not be responsible for any labor furnished at the lnatance of the lessees. , mAm-. SPECIAL. RATE ON LOW GRADE . 'V- ORES. -. :rz The smelter wHI give special rates upon low grade' ores where' they are ro of an especially undesirable character. It the ore is low In silica, like certain Carbonate Camp, Galena and lead City. ores. w will make a correspondingly low smoltlng rats so that cres running but 18.00 or 10.00 may ,t nnmoi Tijrlag It. w -v - - la order to prore the great merit of Ely's Cream Baha, the most effective euKt lor Catarrh and Cold 4n Head, we h are pro. pared a generons trial sbe for 10 eenU. Get it of your druggist or send 10 cents to ELY BROS,, 5 Warren St, N. X. City. I Mffer from catarrh of the worst kind ever sinoe a boy, and I never hoped for cure, bat Ely' Cream Balm seems to do even that Many aoquaintanees have sled it with excellent rewulU. Oscar Oatrum 45 Warns Are., Chicago, CL FRENCH CLASSES. The study ot the Frenca-, language forms a prominent part not only ot a fashionable, but also of an ordinary English education, and an opportunity ISAAC DOWNING. ' (First Pub. Mar. 8, 1899 be mined at a profit. Call at the works bow presents Itself to those desirous STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRIT- . . ... . . ' iNd. Miss C. E. Hlnley, public stenographer and typewriter at H. B. Young's office, will go anywhere .to take' dictations esnd will return the work promptly and In good shape. Telephone or mall calls answered. DR. WELD lira n,i':' ,e or ru-tter Information. FTJIKICLIN R. CARPENTER. , Gen. Manager. of acquiring Parisian French, Address ' 3t' Cream Balm is the acknowledged Mrs. Helen Sachs. Black Hills Steam ' fli 'it'T "ue. Uundry.KnestreeWIeadwood. jTtd t ". f 5 ' ,-. r . It is Has returned from ffli his patient can now find W offlce ta th Smith NocL . . - i i

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