The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 30, 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, June 30, 1900
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SATURDAY JL'NE 30 n TFIM DAILY lMONKKKTIMKK. OEADVVOOP. p D ; at his ilispo-lirt wnation :ouiLr Id make id two montli i thi.-. was lii.i i-iir.i. In- was Seebick II:;. t i: in ! ii III. I ini i Id ft out if Id' w anl s .nitoiy a-4 fi. i h'l.- hi sa iii ii'f Ii'' iii in ,i.-t Dl i : I -1 n li:- If H:- ! i I Assay 50 Cents Gold and Silver ;; I The Union assay Office I l,f ! iii an AO III I' ! hi 1 1 Hi ml tin - iii. .ii po-il inn. I it I ii I i n h. says i it Ifnll KstablishfciJ 1 S8S. Lee Street Deadwood. at lionif No. 37 1 1 I I- ' i : I i ' i -: 1 1 l -'II- ( i i V C' 'licit !Y,ll I t -. f Until iiiif - :. ' 4' 1 1 ! i il' i ; : I a ii'i t Gold and Silver For 50 Lents. a i.i, s.. ... .i s niioi cii'i' to 'I iii: offick I mi. r.ii.liii ;:l . m ati.i Ii" lias i"-in pri If fl ail fi' T 1 1 - - west in , : i 1 i ! ' . In' 1 'if : " 1,11 a" '),,'li lion fi Ala '. lull'-'. In Ion tiion- was an l.likit :i Klnmlik' . K" Keeps tra- iiiiisl'l; while traveling ami w in if In- i an Ii'- 'lees this by M. H. Lyon & Co. s Agents for tlif lilickcnadoi fpr J.Jj.OU 'I ypewrlter. Spring Millinery Depicting the freshest fashions from the I Tench designers. For real millinery magnificence, tor correct mode and precept. Dead wood's exclusivists must, as in former years, depend upon Mr. Seebick. The foremost feature of I notations on ilf toi'iwaphieal i mans niauf n Kve rnnifiit parties "? iiifs,. ,f says, prove ery iiiterenting i r, to him iiflf rwiir-ls i 1 1 BIG BELT HAILED OUT. MINES AND MINING. A The Recent Hails orm Covered Twenty-one Hundred Square Miles. K. (. i terry, from the Henclf" eight miles northerly from Slurgis. was in Deadwood vesterday, and stated that tie- recent hailstorm laid waste ,r00 ii res of iriain for liiin. He had T'.iiO .it t 'in Deadwood'a millloery merchaadUlng thUweek will FUTURE MINING IN THE HILLS ... t. wat.- be an attractive arrray of "flrat hau" and mall hatj for streata and shoplng at popular pric 'I'!: 'I !;. Hill' Ii iu,i r 1 a ii Hi.- . Hi I. i i m ri as i i 'lei-easing la! .-ii w it'. i . to f tit i.fopy i,.,. i,iiai t.iif . lo haw io ; They are ' ; ' pro v n. i , i ; ; ;,, 'Mi . A ii 1 1 r 1 1 a i i onii 1 r a -ies in wueat loo acres in corn, anil ..a acres m millet, and it was all de- vnstated The corn is of a hardy variety, known as 'Squaw" corn, and i li.-it and t . . mnlet may make parts of crops, but Hie wheat crop will be a total failure Mr. Berry says he has Till Saturday, June 30 ' f i i a Ml o! f el I fir. n -i o i , Ii" - i H I all ho t uey expect do some drifting for it. and huv your Shoes at Chase's. You will ;.'t a Special I ls,i olIMf r.t well pleased witll tile development 11 fan t sh,,,S, so fir as they have borne out all Hi i r Jtl er cent m ALL Lathe s. Men s. Children s .yid Prices for One Day Only. .Ii rvatlons from the .surface : lived on the Bench" for twelve years. and lliis is the lirst crop failure lie has i experienced. His crops this year I were looking finely up to the time : they were cut off All of his neighbors fared similarly, alt ho none of them fanned as extensively as lie. He ti'oiitiniit'ij fiuin i list I'ase ) it conns HI coutai I .Mill thf loose quick hIHit a hchhIIv i f i . i r i i i I v of win. h is kept in tin bottom of f.n li lank I am Hot prepaid to say that I endorse theii method of precipitating the old from the solution, as I am sure a much better device can lie used, lull Hie above method ha.s one otlmr fealuie that will rccoTiimeiid Itself to tin-practical man. and that is ils tcn-lioiir trMtni( nt, which is only one fifth of the time required in the ordinary un til ods of leaching now in use under l he MrArtMnr Koijcst process. Of till' latter process 1 feel safe in Miyum that it will soon be liled away as a back number, as well as a sroat ninny more things, one of which will A 1 .50 'sliuc vu w ill o-et tor $1 .20 A Slu'e .V(,u lor. . Cl an A 52.50 Slioe vim wdl o-et lor $2.00 A S3.00 Shoe you will tfet for . ... . go'dO A S.v5 Shoe you will ret for S2.80 wiin a number of is in the lilack Hil! ic vvT o'T ii; n ' r ; v 1. i....:n: 11 Terry Souvenir Edition. I'he llald Mountain News of Terry issued a souvenir e i i t ion este nlay that is a beauty mechanical!.- ami a mint of information com onii'i.; th llia. k Hills. It is printed on i no.' grade of book paper, illustrated with halftone cuts that are brought out clearly, ami it shows good workmanship thruout. The. Jssuo ir on I'mr pages of seven-i olumn papef ami :t is a home production thruout I It. It 11 horses for sale. He says as far as In hail extelldeil over an sale in ,u 1 011 wi i 'i uaiiv wiiiors,. win include evcrvt Inti"- uv can learn the area i'.O miles line. You will want New Shoes for the FOURTH. WHY!!! ',,t Wait Till another or L'loO in thi .1 tine and Iniv thein on that dav. You will save nionev. one way by "n mil square miles Main St. Deadwood S. I). CHASE'S Whiarejs Spider Leg. riiere is no war tax on Spider l.fg a. hence we are selling it far cheap- Cheap Tc io, me eiiuor, nas considerable enterprise in the iitnlertakMig. and he has covered the field prettv closely and creditably.. He was assisted in the preparation of the I er. speaking from a quality standpoint. ! than any other tea on the market. 1 The next time you order a bill of gro ! ceries. order a samide of this tea and ou will be sure ;iext time to order a suppl v of It STANDAItl) CASH GROCKUY. Custom Ore be tli stamp mill for the ores of the Mack Hills. I will only enumerate one general reason here why they are not well adap ted for iih here. uml it is not from this cause that they should be condemned but. If for no other, this one will lie sufficient, and it is because of the scarcity of water at or near the mines where tlip mills should be erected, where such a thing is possible. The various processes by cyanide and rhlorimitiou use bo little water when j M' 1 A 1)V tin- wc a; i- now pi t-ji.u cu 10 treat fUstnin ores mutter by W. .1 McFarlami. The first page of the edition Is ii" voted to Lead, there bein several il lustrations of the Homestake hospital, with a complete description of that in stitutlon. Mining matters are give i the proper attention, and the mines of liald Mountain are made prominent i:i par-t icular. Cyanide pmces-, at reasonable rates. "-I.I Tf" ' O TVTMf ?DO YOU KNOW I I'hat there are from UaOO to 3000 different drugs and preparations in any well regulated pharmacy, or post as many as the average number of words in use in ordinary conversation in the English language? . DO YOU KNOW That to become perfectly familiar ; to know their dose, the different ; compounds and many classiflca- ' tions, to know which is poison, juiuen ouie mining oc lviuiing Company, Motherhood and the daily household cares demand a mild tonic for the housewife and mother. MAUT-MTTRINE is best and easiest taken. Made by the An-heus"i-liush Brewing Association. That assures its fuerit. Sold by all druggists. First Ward, Deadwood S. I). YESTERDAY 6 PERSONALS. compared with the stamp mill that these methods may be used to advantage whorecver a small amount of water can be secured from springs or wells. Another feature in the reduction of ore 1 think will not be overlooked here as has been the case in some parts of the mining world. An instance of On the Train that Was Robbed. Clarence R. Curren. and two cousins. Bruce iv and Cecil 1,. Curren. the former of Miilbrook. and the latter from Fox. aols, three young men who are visiting Deadwood. were on the Burlington passenger train. No. II that was robbed between York and Aurora. Nebraska, Thursday morning. They were in the chair car.head of which is harmless, which will mix; ; George S. Jackson went to Custer. W. H. Daughtery of Rochford was In the city. James Cusick. state mine inspector was down from Lead. one mine will be sufficient to illustrate to know when two or more harm-; less drugs when combined will produce a violent Poison GATES IRON WORKS REVERE RUBBER CO. INGER SOLL-SERGEAN T DRILL 11 Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co. Hoists this point. Superintendent T. G. Grier visited 1 find that there are no less than ten ccyanide reduction plants in course of construction anil contemplated for the Deadwood in the afternoon. J. I'. Reardon. master mechanic on the Burlington, visited Deadwood. J.J. Bryne manager of the branch the sleeper section, where the robbery was perpetrated, out they remember a man who entered the car at a station the other side of where the train was robbed, and who was discovered missing after the robbery. The young men were asleep w'hile the robbeiy was going on, but they were awakened .0 excitement that fob 1 , northern Hills for the present year, having a rapacity of over 2.000 tons house of F. P. Collins & Sons, Omaha aany, ana i am informed that one 0. F. PURNELL smelter Is also assured having a capacity of 150 tons dally, and auother with 100 tons. These figures will be w ho spent several days in the Hills on business, left for home Thursday. Pierre 'Wibaux, the cattle man. and Frank W. Smith the banner c Montana, left for their homes, after spending several days in Deajwooi on business connected with Hie Clover Leaf Mining company. seen to indicate an increased output Deadwood, S. D. Agent for South Dak. :j cf about 2,200 ton? daily, or nearly loweu me ...scovery. in tact, every one on the train was alarme,. almost train stopped to let the robber off. They do not remcm ber much about the personal appear ance of the man. as they did not pay much attention to mm. These young men are, sight-seeing in the Hlafk Hills, neing out here on va cation. The. Consumers of Water Are requested not to sprinkle lawns or aMow the water to imi r.ll nigh as violations of this will cause the shutting off of the entire house P. .......iCBURN'. Supt. City Water Works. :To know which medicine will antagonize the effect of another; to know fall the antidotes for all the pol- : son and many hundreds of s other things which are required to she known in the drug business? DO YOU KNOW : That it requires years of experience I to learn and that those years of : experience we have had is for I Your Benefit I ! Why, then, take- 1 hances, when it j will cost you no more to get your medicines pure, fresh and properly i filled at the Palace Piraacy ! m. Faust PH G. s Proprietor, i twice as many tons as now produced by the Cripple Creek district, and when 1 say that there will be no lack of ore for these new plants, I fully realize just what it means By way of comparison, I may say when the same number of feet in drifts and levels are run iu the Black Hills aa have already been run in Cripple Creek, I think It is a safe statement to say that the output In dollars will be as great. If not greater, than Cripple Creek, Yoj nav no doubt heard that the Black Hills, Is a low-grade camp. Well it Js hp to the present, but there will be a laaiked changefrom this time on, How to Peach ihe People. There has become so many representations of each line of business in these days that the average business man finds himself put to his wits ends, so to speak, to find a medium of "reaching the people." Together with these many representations of business there has been sprung on the people many ways to spend their mon HAVE YOU A HEADACHE? Try our headiche capaulet. PALACE PHARMACY. FAMILY LIQUOR STORE Fine old California Wines mk h :t- Sherry, Angelica, Port, Muscatel. At $1.50 Per Gallon or BOc a quart. Fin ill Pore Wey anfl Brandp frcm $3,1 Case Beer Delivered to the House Free. 635 Main Street Deadwood. ey in advertising, but there yet re J. W. Valentine of Spearfish ban Just had mounted a pair of elk's t ntlers from an elk that he killed near Crook City iii 1S77. mains only one good, straight, legiti mate way of advertising and that Is thru the columns of the newspaper. See that your advertisement Is set in a neat and artistic manner, the more as before enumerated, Jhe time has original atyl "catchy" the better, and It Is bound to be read by the people. The Pioneer-Times goes Into 1,600 homes and business places every morning, is probably read by five Opera House Aetna Powder Go, Use Allen's Foot-Ease In Your Gloves. A Lady writes: shake Allen's Foot-Ease into my gloves and rub a little on my hands. It saves my gloves by absorbing prespiration. It is a most dainty toilet powder." We invite the attention of physicians and nurses to the absolute purity of Aliens Foot Ease. Dr. W. C. Abbott, editor of the Chicago Clinic says: "It is a grand preparation; I am using it constantly in my practice." All drug and shoe stores sell it 2iW Sample FREE. Address Allen S. Olmstead. I,e Roy, N. Y. times that number of people, making a grand total of 8,000 readers. Can you find a better mediu mof reaching the Black Hills populace than thru the columns of such a sheet? One Week Commencing Tuesday, July 2 Manufacturing Jeweler and Dynamite and Black Powder, Best Black Hills GolJ Jewelery pasfrd when people ari) going to waate time looking top milling ores, and will now begia'to uncover high grade res all over the eruptive district, which if"Vety similar in many respects to CrfjjjiU Creek, only the territory is about 'six times as large, and the conditions equally aa good for high grade . ores. ; Think oX it not a hole 200 feet deep on a Assure vein in the whole camp outside the Homestake workings. Can you wonder why it is not doing more, even - it is four times as old as Cripple Creek? The Hills are seamed with good veins that outcrop on the surface, which makes it an easy matter to determine where to sink your shaft, v.. .mate Is very much the same as the Cripple Creek and all it needs" Is capital backed by good judgment, to it one of the greatest gold camps on earth. If you want a neat, "catchy" ad, Repairer THE- Just call up No. 79 and request our advertising man to call on you. He'll do the rest. 11 TTI cn BUTLER x 1 1 l, r Fnse and Caps, Eleetric Batteries, Batteiy Supplies. The West Instead of Paris. Lawson Standford and Edward THE ...... '"'. up o. :t.:ns Standford, brothers, of , New York JEWELER .0 e. o i-iiijn i.Lf Special jSccii''!'." , , Monday nisl't " ' romcdy -MARRIED LIFE A er"at lino S- W. E ADAMS COMPANY Java and Mocha 651 i Main Street, Deadwood. S. 0. acts. Prices . ani " 1 Reservo'i .-t at- " Bazaar. Coffee City, the former an engineer, and the latter a lawyer, are in the Black Hills. They arrived at Kapid City several days ago and drove across the country to Keystone, working their way by easy Btages from there to Dead-wood, seeing the country as they came. They were passengers to Rap-Id City last night on . the Elkhorn. Lawson Sand ford intends to go go on to west from the liuis, heading for the Bitter Root Mountains, on theses border of Montana, by way r and then for the British Territory, With Little Sla4 Athabasca, as bis probat! tion. ' Edward will retort York, where be bag buslne.l ing bis attention. I To Celebrate the.. Glorious Fourth Approaching QuarUite. The report was in circulation for Eeveral days this week that ore had been found !In the American Mining company's shaft in Spear fish, canyon. Superintendent John Madill was . in Deadwood yesterday, and stated that the' report was an error. He said the shaft was 360 feeTftbwn, and the shale thru which It has oeen running was beginning - to get more sandy and showing signs ot mineralization, altho it could not he called ore. Everything '1 irovlng just as the company hoped t -would, however, and it is believed v it the shaft If rapidly approaching The best for Morning, Noon -id Night flags, Buy your firecrackers, bunting, &c, at Steam Plant Wanted. The British-American GolJ and Copper Mining company desires to purchase a steam hoisting apparatus, with which connections can be made for a sawmill. The boiler and engine must be of 85 or 40 horse power capacity. Enquire of or address C A. Bronton, superintendent, , Galena, S.D. H, RiciiAKix-oN. RESIDENT ... PIANO TUNER. No. 28 City Creek. LeaTt orders at FUhels Bax1 Mr. Lawson Standford stal MAX FISHEL'S Next to ZIpp Shoe Co. store. . .. k BRO. day In speaking of bis proj' ")

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