The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on November 17, 1900 · 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, November 17, 1900
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SATURDAY, NOVKMunrj 17 IDE DAILY PIONEEK-TIMES, DEAD WOOD, S. D. . I'M. K:88:K:S::8:S: 8:S::K:S:8::8 :8: 8:8:8:8:8:8:8: 8:8:8:8:8:8:8:8 :8:, . i . 3 . 04 C . C - ' qOOPIDEiriAlN Catarrh I Walter L. Vcrcoe, M. D MINES AND MINING' EYE AND EAR 11 8 5 is 5 S3 c - 2 3 14 1 5 6 1 7 8 90 S3 Occulist B. & M. R. R. Dead wood. S. D .. Tol. Harrison Is a disease of the mucous membrane or inner lining of the nose, throat, lungs, stomach, bowels ar.d other organs. It is caused by a coi j cr succession of colds irritating the ceiicale B:8:5:8:S:S:5: 5:8:8:8:5:8:8:3 :0::a:8:&:8::V?.-'.-'-: VVV The .ibiive is our cost mark and all of our iiumcnh,. , are finer house in Dawson for rent ' h or u. .. I 1- 1 I'.citu- mntu M!K III 1 I S Will JH Oil Knit ul at tlir present time Mian shut a ... , . c , . r.rrmnfpH hv , .. ,s : " 1 '"'i until re all one. itanding the fart . .. i. tn,.ii field, notwithst lAn Ounce oft BEAR GULCH TIN. Great Activity in Tin Mines in Bear Gulch. Them is (,'reat activity in Heur Kiilch tin miniim. Tlie newly organized Amc-rii an Tin Minium that $.",im.UiMi ha.-, been .spent this sum- j ta.ntS in tne DiOOQ. ,,.i- in new lniililiiiK.i. Many new j i. , tsodi.W dangerous in r'TS lieint; liinll koimI. sub.-tan- j hlliliiilllfH. I'llhlle schools hullle.-, ill II. ll I I ..III d. wiil ! ' 1 1 .1 ilie IS iV.'.-l-V ! Ills ic. ,.! el' III) t ' if properly I: v. '.. .a hvi ;ii',;..t i pri Kirin'-( for a -live o" do ::. having a pr In ' casD. hi j ' -.v- y Ltr-jSL'.rv:. In fvv i.;pos;'.ion to con. ani all other :'3 Cir-aparil'a . s th- b!e d .:;.: j;-.ruia:;j: - .""TCf ttiS ctr a- ! t :-.:ir v: - I , , n up, n .1 and aie well attend- i A 1,1 i ll If. I. I . We ill hTiv, direct I n, cation hy Ph via Von- ti ;', IS. ('., 1 1 1 ' i .- a uid, n ; tie- delay . .!. .illiel s ill 1 iiij; the .! .U K-iHUU4J-- VmH-mVW In iN4HUy-. - ni c,a,- w lull V. (did ain! Heine: pi o;.. ill' -. in,.;, i ii" , . ; r, i i mt"ii -t: other i - ti 1 1 ; 1 1 1 it .-taking hold of the of- Kruiiiiil (.'Din i'i n '. ii ; l ;,, - (, t ' ' liiis ill'' fcHeuii c, i,l ! M ' Metals." III rev HT-T A I r :. .:y. : . -c.:i.m:i l ;;t nil tie ii I' ! h, I Hood's Sarsspr : i Tiuy cl Cheap .i Ill v. . 1 , . . . 1 1 , --. t A- i! ,un, -. M.iier.-,' i I..- .; . ; ' ,i. i-d . , , , . I .on in I , , i ! . . . i 1 Veil ., : . . and a 1 1 i !,i i ins not ,1 open fur loi a- rVcrr-.: r. f i . N--. tills ni. 1 :i 1 I: -SI.I. v Jiow i i !!. I ;r I win : ! h;.i fi ( ii.! - in I! whom I i ' i ii.1 tc lie i I v : th. 1 1 : a 1 1 ; a lie mi' I wi li II. I. - at li..: :i lind ii i I ' ryl !l i'i is: Tl Inly loi.s :i day. I.: i ia- laid v of ( I i oin pa ijin I tAlufl ill. "I-, ii,, n, tin in pay-in tl , Hl.e I; Hills?" I SPACE ah fr. . and ii-- d ci riii r i " in- . i : 1 1 1 1 1 l is I,, , n III-la, I Miat the Is il lie i:.,!1!iil; and i, l::i l"i aliu ...niir,' as l.! 'li a-, $i:S. ,!i tn alinV'T ;, in. it. eliipll.lllc i n,n 'I li.. mil ,iit , i 1 . a -i 1 1 4 111 sii i .. , , I a'Je ,i ! in-1 I i a si -adlly II I lie.. , i n I,, r 1 In- ;:i a .-U ha e i el i li,l:J. III.- I ii he.-t il worked lii'-t Hut , Concentrates. FOR FUTURE PRIZES We're :-oi!!ir to ' prill'' toiiietUing new something that will in'.e.-est the yirls. More lo you than money. The .-eei el of le a 1 1 ll is to t. ko a littlo inedieino as po- ibie; and W l.c II J (HI li.. vo to, ;t is better to take an ounce of the riiif 1 :r.d than The Iti 1 1 I i n moil oi train la r lit Tow n - i x I ( . n ( ,n loads of ol . a!" eit , "jn tons, and the K'kluirn, t-. v. n:. en small ( :u -a and I v. o hit; ( in s. 1 7 u tons. i 1 . 1 AMD DON'T FORGET That our immense slo, k of the handsomest ainl nm r un'iaur F.. Robinson .arrived la t niht- i- i -autiiue . li'1 ' o-l of win l.inz ha ; do- ; ., i-iii and i:alde propeiiie.- to be; l-i oliiabl.. nini-id now which would i net h;.e yielilec! ;ains two year.- ano. I I I le 1 1. 1, 1, Id i I it I Olltllllled Olllpllt Of I fl." one. mm to $:!. omuiou worth of uold 1 annually foi many years to com., ,f ' lh" i penses if woikinu are fur:;:.-n dined Tln-iv ( iui be no doubt ll.atl (.,'iuiblini' ha- done very much toward from Casper. WvoinillK. to a i - pt a line of A Pound 1 ( ,'l position ;is ass.-iyer am! th. :iu.-t at , ( the new Shawn. ill evanide plant. .i I-:.;:-":--" l!; STATIONEH Y 'lit of III. XIII i--' lias arrived we have a Kroat bis .'-how case ju.-1 lual. .Jun n w retard i, I he i, eh t IV. itb. Hill City is the center of ;i district I ' of doubtful istufT. We are prao-containint: sonic of tlie i ichosl vertical , ti( al druggists, skilled i:i oar ' As a laia'e part of tlie .jioiind free milling gold mines, copper and worked iniisl be ihaweil. generally tin properties in the Dla. k IDil.-. j w it h si ea in . imiiieiis., ipiani it i,'s of f a, 1 ; ..riil as pheiion. nil as I ' f -r- 'cib :: O 1 vi J d 2 it a proiession and uraduntes of th best colleges of pharmacy. AVk can fill any proscription with ub solute iic.ui.'icy, and for this reason we a:o stifo to say that our work wiil : hew the largest per-, cenla-'e. are reipiired. The hills in the nop; borhood of the mines have been d the famous I loly Terror i an b I . -a oiialde tei ins anil fit Iowa ..el on j prices ! .le!: il- ' ;o i f I nuded of forests and the cost of fuel (than in any other tni'i'H j.-, v!ia! they i:ill ir and all we ask is that Jim 0:11, In n. ; .,. jr weil taie ihe (lii.nce.s on your buy.ii. 1 ' CU.c HOLIDAY GOODS is increasing. From $12 lo f- per Write for j.-i i ta iiki r.s to 10. C cord is now paid for wood. The rein- , son. Hill City. S. I). 1 edy for this difficulty w ill be in build- j his- a lailroad lo the principal creeks Tne Gladiator Gold M. & n. Co. rs ,1 ,1 . . ii.-i .-. i.ui" 1:1 .i. - i;-.. K ij I Of Cure i i;s " I i . ide l iii the Mai h Hills Iiiiii - .-ii .ns. Three ears (if that time i v,i, pi im ipal id the School (if Mile s lid it was my business to study lh" inneral clepii.dln. At the expense of the sla'c I curie, I mi a mineral survey. I had no olijc t, therefore, except to arrive at the truth. The tin deposits came in for a law amount of attention. In connection with Major A. .1. Simmons. 1 designed (crtain machinery at the School of Mines for the express purpose of ( oncentratiilK (ind Miieltiiin tin ores. 1 carefully studied the literature of the tin do-posits of the world, and made comparisons with the lo al deposits, and published a book upon the tin resources of the 1 Shu I; Hilts, i heir metallurgy, etc. 1 am fully convinced that the Dear 'luh li deposits, at h ast. will pay, and, if ha I, oil l.j sufficient capital, 1 should he t;lad lo undertake their development; provided, always, that the pi nilu. tion ol tin, and not (do 1; jobhinr. Were Ihe objt et. I have heioi e as I wjhe my mites of that section made twelve years a;;o. 1 haw al o llio ir.--uU of lots of ore r.hipncd to .lohn son. Mathey & Co.. lliitt. n (hirden, London, K. C, Thomaa Doiitho & Sons, ('hyandour, Penzance, Kni;.l:tn.; Jt. It. Michel & Co., Trcrife Smelting House, also rcn-tanee. Tho shipmenls repre a ut (it)0 liotnids shii'peil hy .Indue Daniel McDaMiihlln of Deadwood for his client, Jainei Cahahan of Dos Moines, Iowa. All i)oi sons concerned are nhove repro.nh, and we are foiled to admit that (no shipments were what they punrport to he- .-amnios of tin ore fioin Dear (!i:Ich. So'.th Da ho-' ta. A part of this Hear (iulch seidion, I believe, roa lies into Vyo:iiiii. It is not necessary to go into details, but tho stream tin yielded fifty eUht per cent white tin, and tho lode ore 3.G per cent while tin. It is admitted to convey coal and wood Irom Dawson , r::;inieil uin t lie laws if . . al I !i ' cop;;;!eIe ar,il choose what, 11m want ami we ,,r. :: .1 s 1 1 1' for 1 j u:i. Wheiacr you v. t to buy now ur no., .: , ,, . !:.,,:auon j Remember the Place .'no,! t . to the mines. Considerable eapilal Pukola, has come in from ICnuland in a tenia-. Owns propeitv betwein 1 1 live way probably $:!.iiu;).noo or ;:, Fin;tl:i a (in! t , ;, near I, ll.liiMi.lilHl ami Hie i , n; e iiiii.,1 Ives , , al(. lovv ,, wiopiiss th have found (hat their pi ople wore!,, (v. 1 ,iu.l 1 01 ie ia. : . e what. ..e've ;.uL and w-- w.l; . .- , i '. 'oi : ii.a :i I ' .e. . i ' m 'liicin ; of tons o o !n : a 'if. 1 i.M J prepared to put in any ipKintiiy that ',v ,:i- the cotulltions would justify. Their em i-a-lo ( eri(nco of the p;i d (wo ve.irs. how- ',','e hav vor. has been di -i einr: jintc. and a are a liiniiel prepo -itie'i. 'iiin:; k to d"V' !o,i 1 n.imbor of them speak of (iiiittin; entirely unless changes are broiu'ht about that will enable tin in to handle larco a runs of navel dieaply. V:il- pr. pony. V'e have n. few n re flares at 17' I 'or p:i i ; i . ulai s i il on Anrtvi Vo' '!i at tie mine'., or Centiiil (',!.. . L. FAUST, fit, G. Pror.. . r .,v r V I Mootioy l.a . ju t i c t ' , i ;,-' I em New Vo, k, with at! tho iat- ; .as i'l lace, ami eia'aroi leiy. (.'aii .,! ,11; pia I Iil r l.e'.V OOu i. to ad, !"'"; ii ; di t i: coi ,ii m. f- M. rn. , , - Kaaiiis r, i;; 1 1 i. i.. & r. DuMdin- d- Dos Moiiip ;. ltahle placer claims are r, polled have he, ii In ,-it e l ,in i h . liver niiniiit; di-tri.t. about inn n fiom Dawson, mid a .-I. impede as .UiVinjd to tlie si i - a i of 1 1;;. lind - !! - t. i la r r t. ij 4 w :V '- 4 i ;:..i . j i. "Custer Activi y. (loorjv .Iaek.-on 1. tnrmd la -t niadit from l.'ustor whore he went to meet pay-day at the XeWa.k mim-. w Ii. .e a fonce of men is iit woii. and cve:;-tliintf is looking pood. He i a , s th. re ' . ..',.- r . '!: ...,!- i.. that this ore was select, d bnl 1 leivc X ! 1 . and i oi .. - examined some of the claims from i '"is of people m C..,t Si i 1 it i t ; h !i u il L - -.. thins is lively. Teams are in such demand that he was unable u p l a lively team to ro,out to ihe nuiio and had to take the phaeton and oi. .. that belon-fed to th,. liveryman.- vi,.-. Dan linker, who is In Now York promoting a deal at the Grand Junction, is expected every day but has not yet arrived. t t :-v;;r?2!?a; , "5 1 a 2, ? Z r; 2 2 T 3 .7 $ 2 3 II 3 3 3 i ' ' - . i -J i r i J 'v U v '.'H.kV-.V'.XirMS V,.r''4,.w'.'r.". whence it was taken, in which 1 have broken spc-imoui for hours in tho vain attempt to lind oaio part of tho vein that did not cany tin. I only mention this to show how tnoroly disseminated it is in fome deposits, and one which recall is fomparahle for size to the great Homestake. ami in my opinion is capable of employing as many men. It Is my opinion further, that this tin district, properly worked, Is capable of supplying all the tin used in the United States, but it must be worked In some such system and scale as the Homestake ana Calumet and Hecla. Custom Ore The Whitewood Placer. The Omaha Mining company is working the Whitewood placer claim with very satisfactory results and is proving that all the placer gold has not yet been taken out of Whitewood gulch. A tunnel is being run in under the falls which is now in about 150 feet and It is the Intention to GEO. V, AYERS & CO, Successors to . . Aytes & Wardman Hardware Company, We are now,. prepared to treat custom ores by the Cyanide process at reasonable ratesr. GoMen Gate Mining & Milling Company First Ward. Deadwood S D run i,t 450 feet. Every pan full ofj oust wastieu out snows , good -poarse colors, and tTie showing Is very encouraging. A force of men will be kept at work all winter In the, WffWIHWWMWr. The Dining-Car Line. NO LONGER A MINING CITY. Dawson Hat Undergone Many Change J, In th Past Yeac- .A very interesting report upon the conditions in Dawson City and the Yukon district of Alaska has been fur nishea the state department by United States Consul McCook at Dawson City. "Dawson today," be says, "presen a marked contrast to the Dawson of 1898. Then no one, except possibly the judges on the bench, wore a white shirt. The town was thronged with miners, pack on back, prospecting for gold. The streets were veritable mud holes. Now people dress much as they do In the cities of the United States; a man with a pack on his back is an unusual sight, and you can walk the town over with polished shoes an! not hare them so ilea. "To one Just -coming in, Dawson presents no appearance of a mining town, but seems a thriving commercial center, with rows of splendidly equipped Detroit A Deadwood. The Detroit & Deadwood cyanide plant at Annie creek is running steadily, treating from sixty to sixty-five tons of ore a day from the South Dakota and Alameda mines. Four teams are engaged hauling ore from the South Dakota and three are hauling Alameda ore from the railroad Hardware and Mining Supplies.. spur. The ore supply Is now entirely adequate ror the treating facilities or the mill. TumnttMmmmunm 8hawmut Cyanide. The machinery at the new Shaw mut cyanide plant will be started to day and the work of treating the ore will commence next week. The mill Deadwo tores, substantial wharves and ware houses, good hotels and streets light- ls ln connection with the Huntington ed with electricity. Electric railroads mlu which has been ln operation are promised by New Tear's. There ,or some time, and has a capacity of Leave Deadwood 7.45 a. m. today and you arrive Denver 11.30 tonight. Omaha 6.45 tomorrow morning. Kansas City 12.35 tomorrow noon. St. Louis... J 6.56 tomorrow evening. Chicago 8.30 tomorrow evening. t - r FIRST HATIOtlAL BANK DEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. Assay 50 Cents Gold and Silver The union assay Office Established 188. No 37 Lee Street Deadwood. Will Giv. Correct Results of Both United States Depository directors: ft J. SAXISBTOT. T. J. ORIKR. tfj. E. SPARKS P. A. orSHCB' I D. A. M0PHSR8ON. Gold ana. Silver For 50 Cents. ON, ALL SA.fEX li ROTJGIfT TO THB.OmCl M. H. Lyon&C No Other Line t 4 Makes as Fast Time. f OFFICERS! 1 jPrl(Jnt.....o. J. 8ALI8BUBT I Chl. - K "IvuaN L Vfc-Prddst.....T. J. QRIEB I Aisiat. Cssbiet .....J. S. DKNsw La. ' . . . ' - . . .t-'' I f---lrli

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