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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Friday, September 28, 1900
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1900. - STTfc.. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOOD S. D. ' I Assay 50 Cents Gold and Silver -IThe.tjnion assay Office! Seebick Remember the fact that to mix medicine is a profession "that requires experience, that requires experience: that every prescription re-quires care, attention anil ;i KiuiwlPiige of c liemistry to le able to fill it; then you will Established 188S. No 37 Lee Street iDeadwood. Will Giv Correct Kesults of Both Gold anc Silver For 50 Cents. , ' ON ALL S... ROI GHT TO THK OFFICE. r - - II ! Fall Winter N If i II III stand thai thf ttl' : H. Lyon& Co. mixing together is w:is what is icinir i iiii'.V leilire nl 1 1 v t, :n - nl!:'-: v. i '. i nut i" f.ii 1 1 : ii. not I. but 7 s Agents for the- bl ii-kei.s i-. . f . j,c l iter, 1 Ill If you will ( - i - J LY1L if" t. ) A g ' It often occurs i Dai CI v Arriving i:,t lli - t")i;iliii:!tm if 1 1 mi e.-s ili ui;s will 1 1 1 x 1 1 MINES AND MINING. J Violent Poison Inspection Solicited, that a chemical change place which may prove NOME IS TOhN TO PIECES. Destructive Storm Sweeps the Coast A good druggist and Destroys Much Property. t).MK. Alaska, Sept. 1 o.-Special. Nome lias been literally torn to pieces by storms during the last two days. The first and most severe storm oc will recognize them at a glance while an inexperienced druggist may overlook them. If you take medicine why not feel confident that it is not PRICES FOR O INTE3 ID ONLY. SATURDAY SEPT. 2 9 WE OFFER A SPCIAL DISCOUNT OF. Copper Reef Canyon. M. Simonson of Copper Reef can oii. In Pennington county, was in pe-ailwood last night. Mr. Simonsoii and his partners were among the fir.l locators of cluims on the liig Pennington county copper belt, and were the first to make shipments of op-I ei- ore from that part of the country. The property now located belongs tu the Hlack Hills Copper company, of which W. S. Killer of Ueadwood and .1. B. Taylor were the two organizers. The lilack Hills company is now do-Int? some extensive development work on The ground, and has a romplete plant. A sawmill has been put in and lumber sufficient to put up the necessary buildings was cut on the ground. A shaft is being sunk on one j curred on the iL'thand the second which was not so damaging, was yesterday. The town is in ruins between tin-beach and the first parallel street, which is the principal thorofare, and hundreds of people are without shel ter and have lost all their provisions. A number of people were drowned, but it is impossible to tell at this time how many. The loss to proper 20 Per Cent On Winter. Underwear mixed by Guess Work. "The only way is to go to a good druggist. We are THIS IXCM'DES O I R ENTIRE LINE OF ty in town is estimated at more than a million dollars, and the shore is Men, Wo metis and Children's Fleece Lined Goods. EXPERIENCED DRPGOISTS, graduates in our profession and our experience is for your benefit.. Remember the place. PAPST S DHPC, STORE. This is an opportunity that you cannot afford to overlook. OHA! Palace Pharmacy Deadwood South Dakota. Main Street of the coppur verticals, and everything looks decidedly encouraging for the company. Xext to the Hlack Hills the Rritish-Anierlcan is doing the greatest amount of -work In the section. This com pany also has a sawmill and is put-Uns. up a shaft house and other buildings. A shaft has been startetd and is to be put down several hnnilrei1 The company has a good hoist, and Is well equipped for mining Buckholtz & Green, owners of a group of claims on Tattle Rapid creek, Joining the "Rrltfsh-Amerlcan on 'the extreme north, have recently bonded their ground to an eastern companv. that is getting ready to begin work. Thfs ground is also copper hearing, and chows some very fine ore nt tu l. a it vi wr wrnn ma pw lined with craft of all kinds that lined with crafts of all kinds that hav lined with crafts of all kinds ihat ha ve -bee- -iwumtmt. and wrecked.. . The storm of the 12th set in with a fierce i-outhily wind that increased to a gale. Hering sea worked up to a white froth, and huge waves swept up the shore 200 and 300 feet beyond high tide level, crushing everything in their way. Hundreds of tents and frame houses that stood between the The wind attained a voloeity of 75 miles an hour, and much of the canvas of the town went before the waves reached their worst. leaving the people without shelter from the driving rai nand salt surf. Several Inst their lives in trying to save their effects, being caught by the surf and carried nut by the undertow. Pirst street is little more than a heap of FIRST NATIONAL BANK I ft t5.eSS3i.jj m m vmimi . ill i y t DEAD Wj OCD. SOUTH DAKOTA M-.'ort rrni'-s rito cv-rv tnui'--' noiu ! "Mather's Friend" -', ,tav f n-. ' Hliiyi r rvmisness Great joy rim: v 1;. n li.c .: ':" known. N 1 '" -t i I' :-. end d by tne t'.:c marvelous y i i i t United Static Depositor 1 i'.. "I at 3 . . , .,..,.! - . ' .1 1 ... ti ' i il'"' " " ( u-T. rnt frien i ... ,i , . It K8T DIRECTORS: , j r.KIEH. V. K. Kl' i-K- i' ), M.I'HER.SON O. J: SALISIil HY TJIF. UktuntXU RBUtXATUK CO. Atlanta, ia. OFFICERS: ruins. The wind was directly inshore, and was disastrous to vessels lying offshore. The tug Islam was sunk with three on board. A steam lanch went down w ith its crew. ' and several schooners are piled up on the shore. The big barge Skookum. the largest barge in the world, was anchored off shore about two miles, awaiting1 to he towed back to Seattle with a largo .ashler...: ' ' cr"" Aasint Cashier ... I DESMA PreslJsnt O.J. 8 L1SBUKY Vice-President T. J. GRIER BismarcK voaWedelslasdl. Ueo. S. aTideistaem DRS. vonWEDELSTAEDT QUILT FACTORY irffices Olympic B.ock, Opposite 8. i & M. Depot. 202.. .Res., 21, City Creek. HARRY DeLERAY AGENT FOR THE ROYAL TAILORb. CHICAGO. Tel. B. H. 201. YE RS IN THt 24 HILLS C BLACK MRS. N. J. TUPLIN, Manufacturer of all kindu of quilts from the cheapest to the very finest to bu found In any country Also recovering of qullU and make sofa pillows to order; DOWN QUILTS Down quilts of the finest make a speciality. 14 Carney St- ol(J phone. 170 your order is respectfully solicited. 0 -ii '.OS ...... The. Shawmut Plant. The remodeling ot the old Km.ioi ehla mill in Ulacktail gulch, tu . uuwit il into a ci aimle plant, i.-; inn! tin foiled, and it will be running ia three or four weeks. The old mill is a Huntington. The Shawimit company lias put up another building, ami is nutting up eight leaching tanks. The, ore will be' crushed wet and amalgamated, and the Uauings will be run thru the cyanide tanks. The ore contains considerable free gold, and it is the intention to save this on the plates, while the cyanide will extract w large percentage of the refractory gold. The Esmerolda formerly hi langed to , Faust & Sou. and was sold to the k.jawnmt comptiuy less than a year ago. Since the company took pos session considerable exploration work has Been carried on. and has proven that there is a mountain of ore of a quality rich enough tq be mined and milled. The paint .mill at Custer, which has been idle fOK Bverat months, has been started -again, and it is announced will run permanently. The plant Is under tne supervision of a competent mineral paint man from the .east. The owners have been experimenting With the paint found . in the Black Hills for. eome ttme,-and has -finally arrived at "a satisfactory system ft 'treatment,, by which it derives some very rt5h and varied col-ors. , , - .' .- 0 r , Wasp No. 2 Cyanide. Fires wUVbe started In the boilers of the, Wasp No. 2 cyanide "plant to-day. , The tanks were v tested yesterday and the 'building la practically, fffl-iehed. It Is expected that everything will he ready or a test run somettane early next week. The mill has --a capacity ot thirty tons a day and will make it possible when It Is In operation to tret the' larg quantities ot 'low gratte ore which are not ' rich enough to treat at a profit by the smelter process, which has been used familliArly known as the ..Old Kins: Brewer.. a S. S r r. - C IS '' X - e 6 been a resident of CENTRAL, for all these years and Is still at the same old stand Who? Why, . Henry Rosenkrantz of course. CENTRAL., .. v. ..So. Oak number of horses and ottjer animals and goods. She dragged her anchor and was beached broadside, she lay until pounded t Several large steamers were anchored off shore several miles, but they steamed out and got away from danger. Fifty stores and saloons are total wrecks, and vast qifhntities of coal and provisions were lost by" the big trading companies. : . , Commercial Department. The School of Mines at Rapid City has, this yearv an entirely new department, which will be of great value to this school. The commercial department was established at a recent meeting of the state regents and is in charge of Prof. A. D. Humbert, recently of the Rockford "Commercial college, at Rockford, Ills. This department offers a two br three years' course in bookkeeping, typewriting, stenography commercials arltmetle. everyday composition and orthograi phy, and commercial law. TJhe work will . be conducted along lines similar to Rockford. A business community will be 8invulatea.UU-the school, commodities will be bought and sold on both a credit and cash basis, and an effort will be made to give even: student, in a practical way, a practical business education., -' - a 3 . no O S3 aj X ul Si 1-1 X Hi Come where they do business on the square and the Union label is on every suit Ves its cold )HBHs1bb9BBBbHb1ssb1sSs1sHBBQBBEBbSsAHW8E4 My'sPECIALTY H ., ' f vifrt aU GEO BE1EB (iS THAT IT IS FULLY TIME YOU WERE GETTING ! Y6UR ORDER FOR THAT ... iPeed. Liverv and Transfer...- t . i it i,. a ii.. i . . -. i i.-i rcJ i on tha other ores In the mine. J ....v. wv, .-v.. iv u.j n,. ...... furnish ris or saddle horses on the short' iu'tK"e. ID Old P.ione Harrison Phone 151 1 539 Mail! St. New Fall Suit With a big force of tailors we are now' prepared to rush one thru for you on short notice. , , FOR VARIETY AND QUALITY WE AREMJNSURPASSED. THE DEADWOOD TAILORS 5 1 . . . I I V - ' fr-r ; V.' - Tn Benedict. : ; The Benedict mine fn the Hornblende district Is one ot the most promising mines in the Hills. A vein of ore averaging ? IS on, .thf plates has been encounter6a"tht4 150 feet In width. The shaft Is . down, not more than thirty feet, and the" 6r is being treated Ja & .little- fwo-stamp mill run by steaov which wa one of the first mills .brought Into the country. .-- ; ; . i " ' . ..' o - ; . Supplying a.Tremaln Mill. . . Frank 'Hebert; Is . running a two-BtanH) Tremain mill on his 'property, adjoining the St Elmo, near pre- JVlain Stroot, - 671 M. FOLSTAD, Prop. - JOE 8AVAGE , THE CENTRAL CITY , . i ... feIo and' FUEL MAN, . -WILL -OCCUPY .THIS SPACE, r CTO IRON WORKS REVERE RUBBER GO. IIEBSflLL-SEBGEMT DRILL I Lldgerwoo'd Manufacturing Co Hois lillll 5 Custom Ore- .1 I- r .' We are now prepared to treat custom ores by the ' t r Cyanide process at reasonable rates. Tille.- He has what la said to ce an extension of the St. Elmo iedge, an is taking out some very rich ore, containing free gold. The ledge Is almost an absolute vertical on his ground, and 13 strong and well denned. He is taVi"-? out pood pay, and It Is estimat-r 1 r t fce has enough ore in sight to r i I s ::, miU Indefinitely. 1 Golden Gate Mining & Milling Company . First Ward, Deadwood S.D, '

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