The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 1, 1900 · Page 7
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May 1, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 7

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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Thies. - 24th YEAR. LEAD. S.' J). (BLACK HILLS ), TUESDAY MORNING, MAY, 1, 19,0. FIVE CENTS. V. I an immense vacant space, and this i The New Cyanide Plant. 7 The work on the new cyanide plant I rpace will be filled with dirt and rocks ! f..-,r. tht. Viillci.la fin iha cnnth time . pressing nkelyThere are probably few The Millinery Department. Lines making a good sized yard back of the ' people in this city who realize the Die great unknown. She was l'4 years. 10 months and 7 days of ai . and tier death was caused from blood poisoning, after an illness of but a few days. Deceased was born, in Cormvall England, and came to America with her parents while in her nfaney and has practically been reared in I.ead. She leaves to mourn her loss her hus plant as well as filling up this vacant magnitude of the work being done space. It will require thousands of around this plant. There is now a j, force of men numbering between sixty tons of dirt to fill this hole. Thus it will be seen that these immense stone srructures are merely retaining wall and seventy-five at work. Every ' means possible to facilitate the workings have been made; the derricks for as there will be no machinery or band and one child of six years, her Carried Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies father, John Harper, a brothtr, William workings below the level of the walls lifting into place the huge rocks are Operated by steam power, with George Is now the center of the Store Attraction. At no time in its History have Stocks been more varied and complete. After all it's the Business done. by which popularity can be guiged. and this strengthens us in the lHi.-f i"nat out Goods and Prices are right, for more Hats of "BRICK" design and trimming are being worn this Spring than ever before known. Ladies Ready-to-wear Department Is growing to be one of the Strong Departments of the Store, and this Season's Sales so far are extremely large. There is a substantial growth over years gone by, in the number of C ustomers who evidence by the purchases and favorable com treuts a recognition of the Merits of Our Goods. There are higher priced goods ottered in this Country than you will find here; The plant will have a capacity of fourteen hundred ton sof concentrates In twenty-four hours. It will re Dayton at the throttle, and the little and three sisters, Mrs. J. Honey, Mrs. I. Chapman and- a young sister Maude Harper. Her mother died just ten months ago, within five minutes, of the death of Mrs. Williams, from the quire about one million feet of lumber to complete the building and it will hardly be finished before the first of same cause. The funeral will take next year. After the plant is in run place from the M. E. church this after noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Schenck offi engine has a wonderful power for its size. One rock in the high wall we Vere shown weighed over sixteen hundred pounds. A force of laborers are - at work on the west end of the site grading for the foundation and hy- : draulic sluicing is being used as well - as grading in bringing down the steep banks. A blacksmith shop is located near the site for sharpening the tools used in the work. ning order it will require the employment of tweDty-tive or thirty uieu ciating. Deceased was a member of our aim is to see that there are no better. 1 You will find the Fashionable Degree of Honor lodge of Lead. Things here as soon as they are out, but we do not charge you for the Style. Critically III. You get value for every dollar you spend in this Department. Call on us Germania Musical. Yesterday forenoon S. R. Smith re when you want anything in Ladies' Overwearables ready made. ceived a telegram that his daughter, Mrs. C. W. Taylor, of Ohiowa, Neb., was lying critically ill at her home. He Pc-rABlSHED Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing, Furnishings, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies Last evening a large crowd of the members and invited guests gathered at the parlors of the Gsrmania club, and enjoyed a very pleasant evening. An excellent musical program was rendered that received the praise for all taking part, and was heartily enjoyed by all. The Union Opera house orchestra was present and furnished 1876 .QUALITIES kThe new plant will be in dimensions : 842 feeteast and west by 160 feet north .. and south. On both ends of this build- log will be additions of large proportions. The foundation wall on the east end is thirty-five feet deep ad I at the base is sixteen feet wide, taper-,ing at the rate of two inches to the (foot, until at the top it is only three aid one-half feet wide. On the north I made immediate arrangements to leave for her bedside'. Just before the Burlington train pulled out of the station he received another stating that his daughter was dving. Mrs. Smith left for her daughter's home last Saturday, when the first word was re-ceived of the serious sickness of Mrs. some excellent music. 1 he singing of the male quartet, Messrs. Dingees Coolidge, Trevaskis, and Staples, was 0 Taylor, nee Miss Sadie Smith. The fine. The recitation by Miss Heald XJ 1 1 i c aide there will be a similar solid wall, bnt on the south side and west end tl)ere will be only tiers of heavy stone. Within these foundation walls will be 'o U was up to her well earned reputation Lead, So. DaKT, and was well received. The vocal so los by Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Pert Cool many frlendsand schoolmates of Mrs. Taylor in Iead will continue to wish for the best as long as there is a hope. A baby boy was born last Tuesday to Mrs. Taylor and for the first three or four days she was reported as doing finely and the recent turn is learned with deep sorrow in this city. idgc were especially good and received loud applause. The piano solo by Mrs QP. COVENTRY, Tegarty was another masterly rendi tion by this lady and showed her skill as a musician. Charles Silver's recita Specialist tion was simply fine and speaks well OS ror the training ot this young man as Passed Away. On Saturday afternoon, Bessie, wife of Jhj Williams, of Lead, passed to Specials... Office, Bailor Block, Lead, S. D. an orator. The trio rendition of violin and pianos by Prof. Neilsen. Miss 1 In Our iilROYS TO BE PROVIDED FOR.. McGill and Oscar Silver was music from as good musicians as are found in these parts and consequently, was first class i-nd enthusiastically received by the audience. The violin solo from Prof. Ntilsen brought forth great applause. After the program was finished Unbalance of the evening was spent in social enjoyment. Ladies Ready Made Apparel Department LM 1 l I Boys From 3 to 50 Years Old $ I All Needine Suits and : : : S Sale Day Saturday, May 5th, 1900 I On this line of Goods. 54 Suit for 7o cents worth 150 Only the balance of this month to secure manufacturers prices on everything in the line of Ladies Tailor Made Suits in Chi-viots, Venetians, Homespun, Coverts, Serges, Camel Hair, etc., .all. in the latest styles at manufacturers prices. Suit for SI. 00 worth 2 00 & f Suit for $1.50 Vorth 2:50 8 MINOR MENTION. W. B. Ross was in from Squaw eret-k yesterday. Paul Chamison returned from a day's visit to Sturgis. Dr. Dickinson is abl? to be out again after a week's illness. I C;t Vr 3 7 ivnrtli f ftfl Mrs. Ben Treweek came up from Rapid City yesterday. Ladies J ickets, Capes, Skirts, Wa ists. The latest in styles, colors, fabrics, form the spring and summer, now at manufacturer's prices. We guarantee the fit and finish of evey garment in this department. A SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY is now offered to secure a new Suit, Jacket, Waist, or Skirt for Easter at a saving of one-half on the regular price. j Suit for 55.0(1 worth .... ....... 8.00 If Suit for $8.50 worth 12 00 i Suit for $11.00 worth 15 00 jj Suit for $15.00 worth 20 00 This is Your Opportunity. Don't - Miss It. llT. , Where They Sell Cheap. llnaSe S No 5 Main Street Lead F. P. Ward, a Deadwood architect was in Lead vesterday. Mrf'. Mina Bower left Lead yesterday for Great Kails. Montana. 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH OSCAR SILVER strictly union-made cigar. Factory in May block, Lead. t Thomas E. Harvey went dotfn to . A. BERGER Sturgis on legal business. Dan Walsh has commenced work the grocery store of E. May. Wanted. First-class bakery cook at LEAD. S. n. Matt Klopp's restaurant, Lead. 2t Mr. Clark of the Homestake assay ? Great reductions on several new lines of shoes, just receive! prices tiat will entail a loss of profits, biu in this department, as in others thruoui the-store, profits are lost sight oi ; nd tosts are ignored in order to emphasize the saving chances. , ; office left yesterday for New York. theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange BROKER. Real Estate and Insnrande Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans Rents Collected and Ttaies raid. Peter Grosbeck, father of Mrs. Mary S. R. SMITH MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE OF THE BLACK HILLS. Before taking stock on February 15th, ard to make room for big shipments of new goods, I will give very LIBERAL DISCOUNTS on Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Etc. It will pay you to come and look at the bargains in Crockery and Lamps. Complete sets and remnants, all will go at very low prices. I have a small stock of Wall Paper which must be sold before tne new stock arives. There are some nice patterns left, and at prices that" will please you. Doyle, is in Lead from Beulah. Houses bought and sold, money loan ed. general insurance and notary pub Women's shoes in hand turned wjlts and machine sewed, tan and ulrck, Coin, Opera and Common Sense Toes, new and rp to date, goods wcith lie. Yieior T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cottou & Andrews block, Lead. S. D. tf ,' 1 s J. W. Gibbs went over to Speafish Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to yesterday and will return this mora fog. all parts of the world. LEAD S. R. SMITH Railroad Tickets to and From all U. 3. Alexander Rose, the florist, is pre pared to furnish trees that are guaran Points. $3.50, included in this lot this week .' 2.45 Women's Shoes, hand turns and wolts, with silk vesting on all leather tops, full leather back stays, newest tees. Opera and Military heels, equal to any M-50 and $5.00 shoes, this week $3.50 Men's Shoes In tan, brown and black. Box Calf, Kangaroo and Vici Kid, with light and heavy extension soles teed to grow. Thousands of pot plants, pansies, verbenas, etc. Drop a 1 Steamship Tickets to and from all V Tl. note, or call at his place,, vacant lot, 1 lie parts of thy World. Cabin berths iistrved. near Episcopal church, Lead. 4-20-tf Frank Ankeny is in Lead from Alii TT R. Passrorta secured. European COBWEB ance, Iseb. Mr. Ankeny is a cattle vesting and all-leather-tops, latest toes, drill or calf lined, $5.00 values, i, Consular and Notarial Documents It East Main St. this week $3.U0 HENRY MAILLARD, Black Hills Bottling and Vinegar Works. MAUNNFACTURER & DEALER IN Mineral Waters ot all kinds. In syphons and bottles; Soda Waters of all flavors; Wine and Cider Vinegar; Cider, Syrups, Flavorings, etc., etc. Lead. - South Dakota. en's Shoes, in black and tan, lace and Alwavs the Best Congress, heavy; and medium soles. Harrison Phone 275. Black Hills "ho w 1012. Kid, Russia and Cordovan Calf tops, all styles of toes, up to date in every way, this week 52.45 man in Nebraska. Theo. Geekey, real estate, loan anl insurance office. Houses for rent in various parts of the city. All kinds of legal writing done promptly. Office No. 11, Main street, Lead. tf A special meeting of the Alert Hose company will be held at their parlors this evening. Business of importance will come before th meeting. All members are requested to be present. Henry S.hn.tzels assay office and laboratory is located in the basement of Faust's new block, Iead, and he is prepared to fill all orders in his line. H (Continued on Page Two.) ANTHONY TRAUT Lead's Loading Resort PR4CTIGAL PLDHBBR and Steam Rttcr Special prices to Jobbers in Vinegax will be made upon application. Correspondence solicited, Office and factory, 408 Main street. Lead, S. D. Harrison Telephone 275. I No, 15 East Main Street J r Is' .and boys' Shoes, Box Calf ana, 1 t Dongola leather, button and lace, medium hevy extension soles, broad oin toes, this week only ... $1.25 LfcAD. LEAD, . SO. DAS

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