The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 24, 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, June 24, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1899. TRT ALLEN'S FOOT EASE Assaying 502 Gold and Silver. OOOO0 o-o-o-o-o-o ooooo H0H-0 STYLE! Stanton of 8t. Ambrose church ana listened to by a laijrp number of fhcii'Js uf toe deceased nnO l it brothor. Intern nf .as made in St. AnuMe . cmitfrv The pall bearers were John Tlerney, John Ryan. Jacob Kaufman, Wm. Mi-Tor-raaik, Wro. Quick and Cheater Aikcl 0 THE MOUNTAIN RETREAT. A powder to be shaken Into the shoes. Your fee' feel Bwollen, nervous and hot and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures swollen, sweating feet, ingrowing nails, blisters and callous spots. Relieves The Union Assay Office, corns and bunions or an pain ana gives rtst and comfort. Try it to-day. Sold by Sol It NO. 37 LEE STREET, DEADWOOD, S. 0. TFiZZ Give Correct Results of Cold and Silver for 5Cc. aU druggists and shoe stores for 25c Trial narkaee FREK. Address, Allen S. Olm- In ihe Allcxheuiew are on the Pennsylvania (toulo over which train run solid from Chicago I'niou Station. At New York cun-ijectiim i.s made fur the f'atskill, the 'l-irotiilacks. the White Mountains fiipl resorts in New England. For special information address H. R. Derlng, A (1. 1' AkI., 24S South Clark St., Chicago. btcad, lje Roy. N. Y. WOOD CONTRACTS. Oil All Samjlas c7j'oug7tt to Lite OJJlcc E,uM , m9. M H. Lyon & Co NUUE ART. Col. J. W. Allen has one of the mmt Until July 1 bids will be received by the undersigned at its office in Deadwood for the delivery of thoroughly seasoned, green cut yellow pine body wood upon cars at stations on the Burlington and Elkhorn railways. Bidders will state the quantity for sale, how soon delivery can commence Agents for the Blickenderfer $35.00 Ty$iitttAK liasX Machine Made. .1.. lliaauilitlllilK and from what point they propose to ship. GOLDEN REWARD CONSOLIDATED 'nstesdfe at'trftf as" lrtftfesc 'oil 'pantfrigs in the city, it came yesterday by exjress, a present from John M. Sweeney of Ie-'trolt, who. as is well known. Is largely Interested in IUaisk, Hills mined. The colonel gave Mr. SweeneY an oil painting of Headwood In 1K7H and extended many courtesies while he was here recently. The painting is that of the "Daughter of Neptune," who haa floated to the beach on a AND MINES MINING. GOLD MINING AND MILLING CO. o E. C. Johnson at Hill City, S. D.. Is exclusive agent and headquarters for the rich Thr Form and Make Are What Count Look at our Clothing The wide BquaPe shoulders, the broad lapels, the graced hang. . ; They Have a Tone That is all Our Own. will guarantee it. ana Handsome line of new patterns in laundered, coloied and white shirts wn son Bros Best are not too good tor our CUSTOMERS. It's 647 Main Street, Where you get the best assortment in Boy's Clothing, Extra Knee Pants 3hirts and Waists for the little fellows, OUR Ties are the talk ot the town OUR Hats the Nobbiest and OUR Prices t;e lowtjst. JIk Pioneers of 1876. ZOELLNER BROS. Cfi. lllMlilllllill innaillliHiiln vertical free milling gold mines and copper properties of the Southern Hills. Sev mass of wavy hair. Guardian angels hov mine supposed to have out lived ifs usefulness has become productive once more. Spodumerlc, a hard, white rock resemb -RICH 1'HONOL.ITE ORB. L. S. Thompson of Cripple Creek who Is doing development work on his ground in Rutabaga gulch has struck a ledge of eral prospects as promising as the Holy Terror was are for sale on reasonable terms. Telephone or write for particulars. (tf.) er over her while she sleeps. Added value and Interest is given the picture by the fact that the woman who posed for the painter i now a well known married lady of Detroit and a personal acquainted c of Mr. Sweeney. o i phonollte ore which la said to assay high as $100 in gold. Mr. Thompson Is scientific- mining man and metalurglst and ling petrified wood is being shipped from the old Etta tin mine to some chemical worka in New York City where a prcparal tion Is made from it which is used in the adulteration of sugar, paints, putty and so forth. When the owners of the "Minnie mine In Two Bit were obliged to stop work on is thoroughly familiar with the Cripple Creek formation. He came here from Col Aetna Powder Go, MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY. orado for the purpose of investigating the It is certainly gratfylng to the public to know of one concern in the land who are phonollte ores of this district and after careful examination, secured a bond on the their rich strike on account of water, they property in Rutabaga gulch, where ho is commenced work on another part of the claim and now have another very fine Dynamite and Black Powder, Fuse and Caps, now working. If the mine fulfills Its promises, a plant will be erected on the showing. The property adjoins the Golden Crest and Is one of the most promising properties in Two Bit gulch. not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprltors of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles' of this great medicine; and have the satisfaction of knowing It has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis, horseness and all diseases of the throat, chest and J Electric Batteries, Battery Supplies, W. E. ADAMS COMPANY. Work at the Sunset shaft was resumed ground for treating the ore, , o THE UNION HILL, COMPANY. The work on the Union Hill ground In 6trawberry gulch, though temporarily suspended pending the arrival of necessary supplies and Improvements will be resumed gain, probably within a week. At yesterday morning. The pumps were start ed and by night the water was all pumped lungs are surely cured by it Call on out and a force of men were pnt to work &- Kirk G. Phillips, druggist, and get a free In the shaft. A drift Is being run from the bottom of the shaft and indications are ex the Eureka hoist, which has lain Idle for trial bottle. Regular size SO cents and 11.00.' Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded. IHE BRITISH-AMERICAN COLO H AND COPPtR MINING CO. TOMBSTONES. idom cpurnl bout a year during the rather unsettled condition of the company' affairs. It la Intended to push work with all the dispatch that improved appliances can command. When work was resumed there about one cellent. The Black Hills Telephone company is putting in a metallic circuit on the Belie Fourche line, and is setting new poles, In place of the old ones, which were becoming rather unsound. A good sized force of Assay Omco. BLACK HILLS PIONEERS. A meeting of the society Is hereby called to meet at the office of the secretary In Deadwood, S. D., on June 24, 1899. at 3 p. m. O. 0. BENNETT, MONUMENTS Foreign and American. month agev machine drills were put in op LEE Q, HOTT, Manager and Aayr. No, 52 Broadway, Teadwood, 8. D. Ut NatU Bank Will io a certalh amoubt of custom work. Spcrlaltlae: Assays Of Copper ore'bj blectrc-oytlo process. Wet aml dry testing. eration, but an attempt was made to run them with direct steam pressure. This Pres. modus operandi waa found too old fashion frank Mclaughlin, Sec. o WW WWW WWW W WW wwm Marbi.k and Granitv men Is employed on the line, under V. C. Musselman. The company has lately put In exchanges at Hill City and Keystone, and subscribers may now talk with that end of the Hills without extra charge. The company's system Is In better condition than at any time In Its history, and d and unsatisfactory and a suspension of work waa taken in order to put In place Full Line of. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. n air compressor. Office at N. Cote's 6601 mil DEADWOOD, S. D. J. H. C ALE, Ag Account republican state convention, at Redfleld, S. D., June 28th, the Elkhorn The last work In the Eureka shaft had ERA'S .i El It la prepared to give excellent service. AND There Is usually a vast difference In current reports from a mine that I being boomed by every conceivable device for 1IPPI ICS 5 what can b made In a stock operation and one Which Is worked for what there " brought it, at a depth of about two hundred feet. Into an Iron pyrlte which held 'considerable value in gold. ' ' The old Hoodoo mine has been pumped ut and preparations are being mad to work it on a scale which Its well known character warrants. ' On the ground of the company lying near the Oro Flno and Immediately adjacent to the property of James O'Connell, a tunnel 111 M0N AT is actually in it A great deal lot free ad Railroad will sell tickets to Redfleld and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale June 26 and 27. Good returning July 1st, 1899. o ' FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSIONS. The Elkhorn Railroad will sell tickets July 1, 2, 8, and 4 to all stations on th F. E. st M. V. R. R. within a distance of 200 mile from selling station, at one fare for the round trip. Tickets good returning on or before July 6th, 1899. vertlslng ha recently been given a noted On all personal proi mln location In the northwest. State ol value. A large stock cfi unredeemed DledcesatsnH Fishers Bazaar, 663 Main St. Hot Springs ment of fabulous value ars commsnly mad, in connection with enormous prisingly low prices. AC breadth of or bodies. The paper aro fulll of it During th last four months Business sintuy luuuusuu. a large fore of mn ha bsen reported The Deidiood Lou OfflA 21 Lee Street engaged la development work and have mjTnJTJTnirUT1 n n n ruiAn Ofirt l nnnnruvin nnn nnnn nnnnnnnnnnntii-r- succeeded in sinking a small shaft 60 fast In soft rock.' In comparison with this Is a gold mln In th southwest which for months past has shipped several hundred LIVERY STABLE. F. B. SMITH, Manager. Good Rigs and Saddle Horses at "Reasonable Bates. A STRONG PAIR OF PAINTERS. Williams and Pease, the painters, hav formed a partnership and will occupy th shop under th Telegraph office, formerly th shop of William Son. As houss and sign painters, paper hanger and decorator, they hav do superior anywhere, o duty that ought to b done today. If your blood 1a Impure and you teal weak thousand dollar monthly and yet it nam Is being driven which haa already encountered a vertical that give good value in gold. The new management haa Inaugurated a system of rules to lovers Its working and employe, which Indicates that there Is an Intention, to operate things on th plan in use In the larger manufacturing plants of th at Bom of th rules at certainly Innovation In this country and to the old ttm miner, who are used to taiy going way of th primitive mining camp, seem rather oppressive, but they - will doubtless bo conducive, to the more -orderly and systemaUo working of th company' extensive holding. - Th resumption of work on the part of the Ulan Hill company. Is being eagerly looked forward to by th people of Galena and vicinity as they regard it asa necessary step In bringing about a return ot th former activity of that camp. In print la a rarity. These two make a decided contrast. Mining Press. FIRST NATIONAL BANK o RUINED THE SKT PIECE. TBLEPHOKE 3STO. S5. Barn mi Blvsr Avssus Pa 1 Rewntan ruined a good Stotaon hat and weary, take Hood' Sarsaparllla at once. ' DEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. United States Depository. CASH PAID IN 8100,000 - SURPLUS 8150.000 HOT SPRINGS SOUTH DiKTOA. DIRECTORS: O. J. SALISBURY, T. J. ORISB.P. EL SPARKS, P. A GUSHUBST d. A. Mcpherson. Healthfulness of the bath depend largely on cleanlinea of the bath tab. Court health and shna sickness by naing OFFICERS: Cashier ...-D. A Mcrxu- AaalaL aaMr...J. D2 President. . . . O. J. BAUSBUltY Vice-president T. J. GRlhHl : & i- - I t.:;-'i , 1 "r" l """1 'T 1 mil. 1.1 I .in. ' I.HIH.r M. 11 ' 1 ymii.J ni.ii yesterday afternoon, and It look as if It had.. 1 wen hit by on of Sampson's thirteen- neb gun. It ha a hoi la It bigger than th hat itself, and was mad by a shotgun in th hand of N. E. Franklin. Nathan waa loading soma shell for a (hot gun, In, anticipation- ot th Held day events today; th ahot-gua being Intended for th starter of th race. H was tolling how dangerous a shot gun was, and suggested that th wad might prov fatal If th gun ahoQld b pointed th wrong way whan discharged. - Paul derided th Idea, and wagered Nathan th cigar that It would not make a, hoi through hi hat Nathan took him up, not expecting to win,' however, and th two repaired to th yard back of th Palae Pharmacy. Paul told Nathan he would hav to stand back fifteen pace, but Nathan said h could ot hit th hat so tar; so as was allowed to poke th rnuul of th gun right up against th head pises. It blew out a hoi larg enough to let a small dog; through, and set the hat oa 'flrs. Paul ran up to put th flr out,, but when he saw th hoi h discarded the hat. and borrowed on of Charley Wilson to wear over to th electric light plant Mr. Franklin Is going to put the hat on exhibition In hi window, to advertise th coming Fourth ot July celebration. IiVaSHIIW PoWDlS Black Hills Institute for all booaehold cleansing Largest package greatest economy SoM everywhere. Mad only by OF ' Ut 1 K. FAIIBAM COMMftT. AlMM. SB. l4MltS. OSTEOPATHY TtfewYork. ranaoatpJira. - MR. MARLUNO IN A MINING CAM. '. Mr. Georg W. Marling, treasurer of th Holy Terror Mining company, who was In Dead wood yesterday between trains, was making hi first visit not only . to th Black Hills,' but -to a mining : country. When h went down th shaft of th Holy Terror the other day it was th Irat ttyn In his Ufa he had vr been in a mln. H ha owned mining property all over th United State for year but had ntver ss--tor seen any pise of mining ground and knew nothing' of a mlning'eamp .What particularly struck him at Keystoa was th number ot saloons .'and ' gambling house,, where many of th men squandered their hard earned wage every pay day and h uggeated to soma of th member of th secret societies represented ther th advisability of opening a reading room where ther would b paper to read and ' pipe to amok and saw dust oa the floor. That was what th men wanted, ha thought They didn't want liquor or gambling devices but Just a place wher they could read and smoke and talk and spit oa th floor. - Mr. Marling visited th Homestak nines and mills yesterday and 1 duly lot-tressed with th greatness ot th Black lulls ss a mining country. A new industry has sprung into exl-tMee in the southern Hills and ah old Rooms 6 to 10 Olympic Bnildinf , Deadwood S. & E. P. WOOD, D. O. J. L. DENM AN, Secr J. J. BECKHAM, S. A. S. O- omm MM Black Hills 155. Harrison 93. j TELEPHONES: The Original Worcesiershlro s auce a Treat aQ Barron aad ebroale FUNERAL OF JAMES W. GO RUM. Th funeral of th lt James W. Oornm who was killed by llfhtnln Tuesday afternoon at his ranch oa Deer creefc, was I la fact most ""Wis Is fact, dm" -t h t'TU trim Ms rheumatism, St. Vitas dsaos and "T;i )"' "rZlZint& vales) tk psopla of tua secUosi are assr. si held yesterday afternoon from th aom of ef all arsalesSwtietis ateadosMd a tsearaois wj--; oast wt-ls 7 psresat. ( tbsss ws mm aas laJmr sw- RPAvr.H .nmrp RprrrFi I Rl nCK LEAD CITY..S- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS , : V Is adapted for every warity ( dish from Turtle to Beef, from ftr to Steaks, to all of which it gires, a famous relish." , JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y. hi brother. John Gorutn, oa Forest avenue. The service which was brief, but Impressive was Mcditei by R;v Palhtr

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