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Lead Daily Pioneer-Tines nci POl 24th YEAR. U1AD, S. I). (BLACK HILLS), TUESDAY MORMNG, MAY, 8, 1)00. FIVE CENTS. The mine into Lead was fifty-one minutes workings of the company have attained thefr pifse.it successful magnitude. , which, with the lough, hilly roads, is showing good speed, and demonstrates Sam Mine Into Lead, The inlanders on the bank corner iD(hiy afternoon were attracted by a The Millinery Department qualities of endurance greater than the fcnall pony- 11 111111 ""Bn l"au a hue bred animals that have been im-that the little western horses have I history have Is now the centre of the store attraction. At no time in it ,oc! sized jack rabbit, coming uown ,uth Lead hill at a rattling good gait, rrying I ifk Schein, who is one of stocks been more varied and complete After all its the business done, by f Lines Carried Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies. lie en.plo.ves at tne sam mine, men riosity was soon appeased wnen tne ported into the country. The big horse arrived in Lead a few niirutes after, and bis rider took his defeat cheerfully and the wager was paid to the winner. But, nevertheless, a good bargain could haVe been made for an eleven-hundred pound horse just about that time. t,ny and rider stopped at lewis uv-v 'barn. Pan Russell, a resident of MINOR MENTION. Miss Mettler of the Brick millinery department, is able to be out again. J. D. Dickover was up from Rapid City, visiting friends and seeing the sights. The contract for plumbing the Faust & Zerfing building was let to Andy Traut yesterday. If you are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Factory in May block, Iead. tf M. C. Campbell, the hotel man. ie quite sick and has been confined to his lad who was oui iu iuc sjoui unuc, las pointing out the merits and gen- La! eXcellency or a large eleven nun- winch popularity can be guaged. and this strengthens us in the belief that our 'Joods and Prices are right, for incie hats of "BRICK'' design and trimming are oeing worn this spring than ver before known. Ladies Ready-to-wear Department Is growing to be one of the strung departments of the store and this Season's Sales "so f ir are extremely large. There is a substantial growth over years gone by, in the number of customers who evidence by their purchases and favorable comments a ecognition of the merits ot our goods. There are higher priced goods offered in this country than you will find here; our aim it to see that there are no better. You will find the fashionable things here as soon as they are out, but we do not charge you tor the style. You get value for every dollar you spend In this department. Cull on us when yon want anything in Ladies' Overwearables ready made. Jred pound horse that ne was nuing, ine Inspector's Report Favorable. Mine Inspector Cusirk made an of- ben he was called for a race into the i in- .... ....I,.,. ind he accepted. ms nuipusc a eat when this little pony, which is Iwned by a member ol tne &am com-lir.y, weighing less than six hundred room since Friday. House6 bought and sold, money loan )umls was brought out of the stable make the race into Lead, but his cial examination of the various levels of the Highland mine Saturday. He reports the mine in a good condition and satisfactory to all requirements of the law. That It is a comparatively safe mine is evinced by the fact of the very few, even slight, accidents that have occurred in the past year or two. Foreman John W. Kissick and General Foreman W. S. O'Brien are untiring in their efforts to provide against accidents to the employes, particularly, as well as to the property, nfidence was greater wnen ne sizeu the appearance of the two con FcrABllSHED stants. 1 np uiBiauce is uuuui Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing:, Furnishings, and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies elve miles and the pouy did not ap- SI 1 LUALITI FS sofa 1876 ar to he able to make the-trip with ed, general insurance and notary public. Victor T. Jepsen, Room 1, Cottou & Andrews block, Lead, S. D. If Louie Jacobs appeared at his place of business Sunday for the first time since. his recent severe illness. T. li. Stevens, who has charge of the Homestake saw mill down on the Fort Pierre line, was in Lead yesterday. Edward Humpey. superintendent of the street ar company at Lincoln, one hundred and fifty pound rider. le start wan niaae, nowever, aim uie ny soon took the lead and led a pace um and there are probably no mines In operation upon such a large scale in any country where so few accidents are recorded as are in the various workings of the Homestake mines. it kept his larger opponent doing ; best. At the foot of the Kirk hill, , i - l. - 1 : 1. 1 ming into i.eau me um uuist nmi T'SSRiACr) i.m! ' i h i "MIT - M M m give it up and the little pony came o 1-ead a most as fresh as when he CHILLS vim ni ' - m t m i r j s Nebraska, was in Lead over Sunday seeing the sights. tried. 1 he time mane ironi uie nam Lead, So. DrTr Henry S hn.izels assay oifice and la The shift bosses and men in control have worked their way up to their present positions and are men -among men. who are heartily in sympathy with their employes and who are ready at all times to give just consideration to all demands and needs boratory is located in the basement k! hR. COVENTRY, Faust's new Mock, Lead, and he is pre pi. red to till ail orders in hu line, ff The members of the South Lead In the just and liberal manner shown, by the management lies the Specialist: eason for the perfect harmony that Hose company are requested to nine at the parlors tonight. Important mat ters are to be considered. has ever eTisted between the men and Specials.,. Attorney Ceurge a. I hompson is the company, and the successful manner in which the mines and entire "Office, Bailor Block, Lead, S. D. contemplating a trip ;n a lew days to 1 In Our if & j-Jlis old home in eastern Nebraska, J where his wife luis been visiting fui ! several weeks. Alexander Rose, the florist, is prc-i pared to furnish trees that are guuran-I t eil to grow. Thousands of pot plants, pansies, verbenas, etc. IKop a note, or call at his place, vacant lot. j near Episcopal church, Lead. 4-JO-tf j .Joseph H. Moore and Hob Stewart j left Sunday afternoon for Canton to attend the state populist convention. From there they will go to Sioux Falls to be present at the national popuiist Ladies Ready Made Apparel Department Only t lie balance of this month to secure 1 manufacturers prices on everything in the , line of Ladies Tailor Made Suits in Chi-viots. Venetians, Homespun, Coverts, Sales Day Extraordinary! Prices For One Day Only $ SATURDAY, MAY 12. Grand Clean-up of Underwear and Men's Work Shirts, to make jfj room for immense stock of summer goods now arriving, we are go- i hig to make a price so much less than the cost of . the goods, you cannot fail to see the advantage of laying in a supply now for fu- U ture use. jjj Lot No. 1 Men's Shirts and Drawers, regular tc and 65c goods, i for 35c. g Lot No. 2. Men's Shirts and Drawers, regular 7,"c and $1.00 goods, 8 for 50c. ' p Lot No. 3. The cream of the stock, hut broken sizes, regular prices $1.50 and $2.00, for $1.00. Lot No. 4. Men's Working Shirts, full line of sizes. 50c and 75c $J goods, for 35c. 5 ru-i-ofes, camel liair, etc., all in the latest 1 styles at manufacturers prices. convention. All members of Hose Company No. 1. both exempt and active, that are interested in the building of a new hose house house, will please meet at the Ladies Jickets, Capes, Skirts, Waists. The latest in s'yles, colors, fab-form the spring and summer, now at manufacturer's prices. We guar- rics, Alert hose parlors at the next regu-I lar meeting on Wednesday night. N. ' anttt; the fit and finish of evey garment in this department. A SPECIAL OPPORTL'NITY is now offeied to secure Jacket, Waist, or Skirt for Easter at a saving of oaie-half on price. i new Suit, the regular Ch Where They Sell Cheap. No. 5 Main Street Lead ase's 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S- D. OSCAR SILVER Treweek Jr., Foreman. Camile Rock took charge of the Cleopatra Minifig company's workings at Squaw creek on Sunday. This coin-pany is now erecting- a cyanide plant at Maurice for the treatment of their trr& -a 4 intend to work their-uie upon a large scale this coining summer. Terry Record. .- II. M. Hanaford. representing the Louise Rrehany Ballad and Opera company, was in Ix'iid yesterday trying to get a guarantee for a certain number of seats to lie taken as an assurance to his company In case they J. A. BERGER I 1 S. R. SMITH MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE LEAD. S. D. j fhould come. His success, we under Complete Line of Silk, stand, was not phenomenal. The local agent of the Northwestern OF THE BLACK HILLS. Before taking stock on February 15th, ard to make room for big of new goods, I will give very LIBERAL DISCOI NTS on Furniture association of Minneapolis yes- Wool and Gotton Dress Fabrics p .ife lay presented John Swanson, of theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. Real Estatp-and Insurance Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans Rents Collected and Ttaxes Paid. Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to all parts of the world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. S. Points. Carpets, Crockery. Etc. It will pay you to come and look at the bargains in Crockery ana Lead, with a two thousand dollar .. FOR SPRING .. Our Dress Goods.Bee.tion, the largest and best in the Black Hills, abound Lamps. Complete sets ana reniuama, nu .m 6w oi ..o. I hav a small stock of Wall Paper which must be sold 'before the -new stock arives. There are some nice patterns left, and at prices that will please you. f'ith new goods of every description. Remember that our lowest prices are laced on all, and the better the goods the more we can save you. flraft, in fulfillment of a policy held by his wife who died about two months ago. There are six small children left to Mr. Swanson and this amount will be nojsmall consideration. Henry Schnitzel is expected home either today or tomorrow from Chica - LEAD pVASH SILKS Genuine Japanese silks full costumes and skirts, special S. R. SMITH - In corded effects and stripes, in Prlce Per yard SoC newest patterns, and destrahle colors. BEST APRON GINGHAM in 3taple special values 30c patterns, best printed calicoes in new The I tiaw hlnes. black EVENING BROCADES AJarge varle- i TeaB. per yard .... Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of thj World. Cabin berths reserved. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and Notarial Documents. .ou-6Ul U1U, plOM, mnnnn niMITY. Lawns in newest COBWEB nile greens, yellow, alaochange-, nttprTla shlrtine. percales, full We eff ecu special values pr. yd,. 75c w,dth , medlum and dark styles, go, where he has been for the past 'three weeks. While there he has undergone an operation in which a piece of bone was removed from' his face, near the eye. This was necessary, owing to an accident he had received many years ago, and had became very painful of late. The Alert Hose company have had their cart house moved from their old site to the lot given them by the Homestake company on the south side of upper Mala street, below the Fort Pierre passenger depot. This house ports her as being very much better, and thought to be out of danger, but her life was despaired of at one time. Mrs. Smith, who went down several days before her hus'band. will not return until her daughter is able to be around again. The regular meeting of the Black Hills Ministers' union took place in Lead yesterday forenoon. Those in attendance were Reverends Clark, Gid-dings and Kirk, from Deadwood, Thomas, of Terry; Richards, of Cen pUCK SILKS-Such as Peau-de-soie, per yard 8c isrosgralna, taffeta and new fancy eves, special Talues ....'A. ..85c Always the Best FINE DRESS GINGHAMS in corded and plain, printed dimities, the most favorite wash fabric ever manufactured, also French organdies, per BUCK ft COLORED DRESS GOODa 48-in. German Henriettas, silkfin- 10c It East Main St. Lead, - South Dakota. Harrison Phone 273. , Black Hills Plio-i 1012. ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLUMBER and Steam Rttcr LEAD, SO. DAK Lead's Loading1 yard , " Wed Frenrti serges, coverts, chevi ot" and many other weaves, special tral; Foland, WcrYneldori, Santora ana Schenck, ofLead. This organization la formed for the purpose of discussing the work and general benefit to the churches of the Hills. All religious denominatlona are eligible and their purpose is merely for the ad-' yancement of church work. will be only temporary, as the company will have commenced soon the erection of a large building with parlors and card rooms, etc. S. R. Smith' returned home Sunday from Ohlowa, Nebraska, ' where he went on account of the serious Illness of his daughter, Mrs. Taylor. He re- y" Resort No, 15 East Main Street ues .......... 65c ASSORTED .LOT Of" FINB DRESS PATTERNS In plain and fancy ves. Including a number of black fcaeies, one pattern of each style, tor CCTTON CREPONS, in evening shades solid color, Imported organdies, Dresden and floral patterns, fine and sheer printed batiste In stripes and figures, tinted and white grounds, per yanl ...... . 15c ' - " LEAD.