The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on November 11, 1900 · Page 6
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November 11, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 6

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J The Lead Daily PiONEER-TiriEs. LEAD, S. I). ( 15 LACK LULLS ), SCXDA V. NOVK.MHKK 1 !. moo FIVE CENTS. 25th YEAR. '.V.V.V.V.V.VAWMJMi KACII DEPARTMENT OP OCR WORK IS IN CHAR I Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on hand. Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills. ..aln street. Lead. tf SEHUANNUAL I: WINTER High Grade Photographs Pielures Fniargcd at Home FALL AND OF FINE IBLACK H I LLb PORTRAIT COMPANY;' CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and And Seasonable COMMENCING OCT OBER15 And continuing In again asking you to favor us by inspecting our various lines and assortments, we do it withth the assurance that you will fimj Our showing of Artistic Millinery, Nobby Suits and Wraps, Choice Furs and elegant Dress Materials and Trimmings, will surpass all previous effort, and we believe be the most complete and varied in the Hills country. GOLDEN CROWN CYANIDE. The Plant to Be Increased More Than Double Its Present Capacity. The cyanide plant upon the Golden Crowrj property has bt'vn dosed down to allow of improvements being made. The plant is located within the city limits of Lead, a short distance south of the Highland hoist, and is owned and operated by llal-loran & McAllen. 1 ue present plant was completed about three months ago, and since that time has been running tipon ores taken from the Golden Crown mine. The capacity of this plant was not over twenty tons In twenty-four hours, and was put in for the purpose of experimenting. The owners secured the services of two expert chemists and gave the process a thoro test. So satisfactory has been the result that the the management have decided to increaes the capacity of the plant to fifty tons per twenty-four hours. The ten- horse power engine that has been used is being taken out and will be replaced by a new fifty-horse power engine, and new boilers to correspond will also take the place of the old ones. Another set of rolls has also been ordered. The order for the new machinery was sent in on the 26th of last month, and the lot Is expected to arrive at any time now. Masons are woking upon the foundation for the new engine and boilers, and as soon as the machinery arrives It will be placed in position. The building which was only partially Inclosed during the test run has been entirely enclosed. The manage- - ment expectB to hare, the new machinery completed and the plant ready to resume operations between the first and tenth of next month. A force is kept at work In the mine getting ev- ftrvthlnir In nhnna an that whpn thn ' Bip- Brick Store LEAD DickinsonMay Furniture Co. HEADQUARTERS FOR NWall Paper Largest assortment in the city. Carl Moberg, contractor and builder, moves and raise3 buildings and builds houses on the installment plan. The ptibHc are welcome to gft estimates, and he makes a specialty of undertakings where mechannlcal skill is necessary to insure a successful completion, tf Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room C, over Monheim's store, they are prepared to do first class dress- making. They engage none but ex ; perienc ed persons In the business and I all work Is guaranteed to be first-i class. Orders from the surrounding country given prompt attention, lm o JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsamen's beer hall is con- veniently located In the basement be-' neath J. K. Scarles' meat market, ' Main street, Lead. Business men's 1 lunches at noon served every day. Here you can always get the best of hot soups and the cooking Is Just "as good as mother used to cook.'The famous Anheuser-Busch beer constantly on tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date Gentian beer hall. Visitors from the ' surrounding country, as well as cltl-j zens generally of Lead are invited ! to call. 9-18-tf Property for Sale. The one-story brick building on Main street owned by Charles Anderson, back of the First National bank, is offered for sale or rent. Good business location. Good term scan be secured. Apply to Mr. Anderson for further particulars. 10-2Ctf "Siiis RIBBON SENSATION This Week on Bargains Friday I Saturday FIFTEEN and a half miles of RIBBON ELEGANCE At Third Usual Pricese and Less. This price quoted on our best Silk and Satin, others at less. Nos. 2, 3. 5. 7, 9, 12, 16, 22 Price 2, 3. 7, 10, 12, 18 20, 25c. All Wider Widths in Proportion. NOTICE. In order that all may show in our Ribbon Sensation we limit each buyer tot ten yards. For Friday and Saturday BARGAIN DAY AT HENRY MOvHEIM'S LEAD 8. D. L. D. Bailor, M. D J. L, Each, M. D. DRS. BAILOR A. ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main 8t Wanted! Wanted! J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for Secondhand Furniture, Etc. When you are buying and Vant bar-Rains, call at his place of business, Just abore Miners' Union block. Main street. LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. OR CIGARS , And It you Vnew hl price on taese foods, you would want to see him.' OP A Sl'KCIAL 1ST. T..7.35.4 tral and evidently rile ground iloor. wants to get in on V. ('. free, special agent of the Men hauls' Insurance company, was in Lead yesterday. Mrs. It. A. Windolph. who has bem very sick for several days, was sonic improved yesterday. Mrs. J. V. Connell. after a several weeks' visit down in Nebraska, re- turned to her home in Lead yesterday Mrs. James Honey returned to her homo in Lead after a visit of several weeks in Michigan with friends ami relatives. The Catholic ladies nf Central ami Terravilie will give a sociable at the Central church .November l.'itb to which all are invited J. S. Moody of Helle Fourcho, is spending his time in Lead at present, j He is interested in some mining i propostions ami is in Lead awaiting j developments. A big baby boy arrived to brighten j the home of Richard Pnrcell and wife j Lead yesterday. Mayor Abt, or bet- j ter. Citanpa Abt, comes in for his j share of the congratulations. ! Ilr. .ludd of Chicago, a brother of Hi'. Herman .ludd of Lead, arrived on last evening's train and will visit for two or three weeks with his brother here. George Trebilcoi k and Thomas Hassett expect to go out to Bear gulch tomorrow, where they have some valuable mining property. They will do their assessment work this year before returning. W. E. Hitchcock of Omaha, representing the Liverpool and Globe Insurance company, was in Lead yesterday for the purpose of adjusting the loss in the recent fire at the Campbell house, ' The members of the A. O. W. lodge of Lead are making arrangements to entertain Grand Master Workman Smith next Tuesday, the 13th Inst., at whien time a large number of candidates will be initiated into the order. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barry returned to their home in Lead last evening on the belated Burlington. They have been at Chicago and other points for the past two weeks, spending their honeymoon. They were met at the train by a gathering ot friends and relatives. Frerl Murrish will leave on this morning's Burlington for South Africa.. Mr. Murrish has been a resident of Lead for a good many years and Is well known here. His family will remain in Lead until he has had time to see what fortune has In store for him in that far away land. Some unprincipled person or persons Friday night destroyed a -large range .that belonged to -fijiiR. Smith and that had been left Standing In front of his store over night. It was a new one and was valued at $50. The person or persons rolled the range off from the step Into the street. Mr. Smith does not take the joke good naturedly and he will prosecute the guilty party if he succeeds in finding him. He has offered a reward of $25 for information leading to the conviction of the guilty party. $25 Reward. I will give $25 to any one giving Information leading to the arrest and conviction of the party who upset and broke a range in front of my 1116 jaqtnaAox jo iq3in aqi no a.iojs S. R. SMITH. Belt Mercantile Company. The above company have opened for business and are located at No. 611 Upper Main street Lead. They carry a complete line ot staple and rancy groceries, salt meats, and all kinds of Armour's goods. They have In stock three brands of flour, "Pills-bury," "Snow Flake," and "Gem," also graham flour, cornmeal, buckwheat. Their stotck Is new and of the best, and as they do business upon a cash basis they can afford to sell at a close margin. They solicit the trade from the outside and their location Is particularly convenient to residents from the Bald Mountain country when In Lead. Courteous treatment and fair dealing will always be found here In all hnslfiesseamg&TI-Mf Henry Schnitze'i assay office and laboratory it located in the basement of fault's new block, Xcad, and he is prepared1 to fill all orders in his line. tZ AT CH1CAC.O J'K CKS No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, S. D. able to .start th. pumps yesterday, hut owii'.t; to flu- delays in Ketting the mai hiin i y ready, it will probably require another week. After that the supply of water received in Lead will lie ample for all needs and the hanging up of stamps will lie an incident ot the past. CHURCH SERVICES. Pather McNeil will hold R.V vices iii the Central CaUiolii cliiin h at '.). o'clock this morning. Christ Church Evening service at 7:4.". Anthem, I am Alpha and Oniega." Sunday school, o'clock. George G. Ware, Rector. The new furnace at the Baptist church U working satisfactorily and thoso who attend will lie assured of physical comfort. Priends and strangers are reminded of today's services, which are as follows: Hi ble school, 10 a. m.: preaching. 11 a. m ; It. V. P. P., ;: r p ni.: evening worship, 7 ::. Mrs. U'otnclsdorf's theme for the morning service is "The Christian's Springs:" in the evening "The Real and the Palse." A welcome to all. Dr. .Mahood will preach a sermon this evening to young men. The Ebb Tide" of Robert Louis Stevenson will be the sotting of the subject. In the morning he will preach a sermon on the theme. "A Scene of Beauty Prom the Fourth Gospel." The Hedge quartet will sing at the evening service. A week from today Mrs. Dr. Wado takes her place as soloist and leading soprano In the Methodist choir. Miss May bin of Chicago is a new addition "to the choir. A piano takes the place of the old organ. ... Evidence Insufficient. Vesterday morning the case of South Dakota versus Amos Riilgely was heard in police court. The defendant was charged with stealing and pawning a watch. Me denied stealing, and claimed that the complaining witness gave him the watch to pawn, and together they "enjoyed life" as long as the money lasted. The evidence did not seem to brand the defendant as a thief, and he was discharged from custody. - , o A Surprise Party. A gathering of about fifty of the young friends of Miss LUHe Steele tendered that young lady a surprise last Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steele. Social games and dancing were the evening's amusements, and refreshments were served during the evening. The party continued in their good time until long after midnight New Drug Store for Central. W L. Faust, proprietor of the Pal ace Pharmacy, has all arrangements made for the reopening of. his drug store in Central, which under the! management of Charles Prleftr formerly of the Sundance, Wyo., Drug Co., will be" run as a branch of the Dead-wood enterprise. Mr. Faust with that ever predominant spirit of enterprise, sees a good future for Cen- 6 I 7 : 8 9 O COST MARK con not sell Cloth ing CLOTHING AT COST WHERE THEY SELL - CHEAP ' j I ' DISPLAY MILLINERY FURS, Dry Goods. thru the season. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONIERS BEDROOM SETS QUEENSWARt and GLASSWARE UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS PICTURE FRAMING . . A Specialty. aenTsfUr WHITE SEWING MACHINE SHADES ssssjss Accident MONAH AN o "TCOMFORTABLE, '1 SELF-ADJUSTABLE . -fT-.r.'v-:v' 51 WW lieu u m.M nDTON M . Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. ' 7 d m to 9 P NO AND THROAT Lead. South Dakota. m. ANTHONY TRAUT PBAGTICAL R and Steam Rtter LEAD, SO. DAK r . - s i, - i ' n -plant starts there will be no cause for delay's. They have a large body of low grade ore in this mine, enough In sight to assure the continuous operation of the plant for a long time to come. Besides the low grade they have encountered a considerable quantity of high grade ore which, when eyanided with the low grade, , runs the average up so that the proposition is a .' very satisfactory and profitable one to Messrs. McAllen & Halloran, according to the results ' received during the past three months' operation. g All new styles in WINDOW kwas I-iifo ctrid ..Insurance.. INCREASED WATER SUPPLY. The Waters From the Spearfith to Be Turned Into Lead This Week. There are as many, if not more, stamps being hung up in the mills at present than at any time during the past few months, on account of the scarcity of water. However, this trouble will not last long, for it is given UD&n ... jrjlabje authority ... that the new pumps and machinery at the Homestake pumping station will be , complete and ready to start by next Saturday unless something unforeseen happens. It was expected to be GIOIUIPIDIEiniA'lIINi GESKE Y & ANATOMICAL f ""Dcn "teiy utea ah r...v..,? . . "'IT" ""ases created. SSS orEnVv,TED.TiYE'EAR' Office of Dickenson'. Drug Store, T Monuments. George J. 3nyder has the agency for Kimball Bros, the monument Arm I ;'.'.'" ,' II 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I YOU HAVE LEARNED OCR And we hare learned that we in a Basement COME MARK. AND GET OUR HASES No. 5 East Main Street, I've Got It! You want Itone. m .tnT milZ 2 IZ Let's Get Together. i wm'owell by cJ"iiatNo.27ooid Yours for business, STEVE. iSadDrc88ln J? mat has erected .

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