The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on May 13, 1900 · Page 7
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May 13, 1900

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

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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes. oth YEAH. LEAD, S. 1. (BLACK HILLS ), SUNDAY MORNING, MAY, 13, 1900. FIVE CENTS. sponded in an eloquent speech in I of the slaves had been realizej this HOPE LODGE ENTERTAINS. """ !Mne ii i K n 1 or tne recep tion they had been accorded i n the r I hah n An T h A lead Dons a uaia Hpycai ancc ...v city and of the appreciation that was held by every one of the visitors at Uccasion. Lines Carried old man. then a young man. of powe-ruful build and strength, preferred to reniain with his former master and has been kept in the family ever since. He has been down to the business portion of the city but few times in the several times in the years since he ha-s lived in Iead. having no desire to :msi(lerable of a holi- i pa A put on co " tnrAlV inaiiiilu h LA .nnearance 6 the business noum u. v. leave his home, whe,re he is a trusted j ,VIy drapcl in the nauonai coiuih flags floating from the nu-Berous flagpole different parts of the hospitality of the local order and city, and, with music by the K. of 1'. band, an hour was thus spent. After this the visitors were taken in charge by the members of the home lodge and shown about the city, mills and mines. Arrangements had been made for their meals at the several restaurants and hotels of the city. In the evening the visiting Work- be city, the occasion Deiug uie viau ,f some two hundred delegates repre- 1,,liroc rf thp A O IT Dry Goods Department. Second Floor Left. Summer Dress Materials, The unquestioned superiority of the materials and styles we offer for the making up of Midsummer Silk Dresses and costumes of light Washable Fabrics, Siik Shirt and Dress Waists, and serviceable Outing Suits, insures a constant and certain business. With a confidence born of a successful experience in the past we invite to these your careful consideration this season. Our pricts on comparison will be found extremely low. The stock now is most complete, and the time for making up at hand. Summer will soon he upon us. Be prepared with suitublewearables. Come to the "URICK." entrog ameirui - L rrnin all Darts of the state r- oru" . , men met with thp lorni irwio-o anri ha,i servant. He is exceedingly active for one of his age and if He lives less than two more years he will have rounded out one hundred years since his birth. The old man. however, has a strong feeling for his friends and appreciates the efforts of the party that upheld the emancipation of the slaves. He is always anxious to vote at every opportunity, and it is always the republican ticket. This is the only fault that Ihn have been in session ai me granu - - ior me i " Lee meeting at Hot Springs Dry Goods, Carpets and Draperies. Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods Clothing Furnishings, initiation, and they were taken thru last several days. An invitation had Un given them by nope i.oage ino. 0 of this city, to make a visit nere, nd the number accepting showed the Charley has to complain of in the old ppreciatlon in whicn tne invitation man, as he objects to having his vote Iras received. A large number or tne the mysteries of the order. Likewise did the Degree of Honor, who had a class of several who were initiated, and the visiting members of the Degree of Honor lodges attended. After the adjournment of the lodges all repaired to the Opera hall where a grand reception and ball was given in honor of the visitors. The visitors remained over night, and will probably leave tomorrow on their homeward trip. Lval lodge and the Degree or Honor let at the lodge quarters, and, head- d by the K. of P. band marched to lie depot anu eui i iuc suraw m I r...-. fce Miners' Union Opera house. Here killed by his favored servant. Charley however, treats the old man fairly and humors him in his desires. He is as a part of the Dickinson household and is treated with every consideration to his advanced age. The ihildren are very fond of him and. he delights in caring for them. He can relate many interesting stories of the days of the great civil strife between Ilayor AM addressed the gathering. !fLTs nd in a neat speech welcomed the nests to the city, and in conclusion and Shoes Trunks and Valises Groceries, Hardware Mine and Mill Supplies lirned the key of the city over to the H ramiiy servant. rand Master Workman of the state, I incent McFarland is the name of B. Smith. Master Workman of ! our subject. An Irish name, 'tis true. Kope lodge. Lou Kneale and W. N. but the subject is an old colored indi- ine norm and tne south. He was never married and associated but very little with his nationality, altho he has always been accorded the freedom of going and coming when he wished. reweek. representing Hope lodge in vicinal born in an old irpinia. v ho no W Lmnncl Incite, made speeches of wel- has lived thru nearly a century. He lime and Master Workman Jiniith r Lead, So. DaK lives with the family of Charles Dickinson of Lead, and is seldom seen beyond the home of his employer or mote rightfully speaking, his master. He is now an old gray haired man and bent with the cares of ninety-eight . COVENTRY, DR Uncle Sam Operations. main shaft at the I'nile Sam has now reached a depth of ;;4i They, have I'll feet more to sink Th mine i'ei t I summers. He was owned by the Specialist grandfather of Charles Dickinson ill. the days of slavery and pissed to his parents, who in turn passed him down to Mr. Dickinson. When the "freedom Never Have We Been So Thoroughly Prepared for. to reach the present calculations, when tt.ev will ber.in ilritfing. This has been one of the most, if not the most difficult, piece of mining engineering to sink this shait that has evei been accomplished iti the Dills, not atone on account of the substance Lead, S. D. Office, Bailor Block, . . i thru which they sunk but owing to Spring and Summer Saturday May 19 1 As at the present time, "Complete" is the word that desirnates our assortment of Ladie's, Men's and Children's it flen's Boy's and Children's Clothing. : the treat amount of wafer that has been continually pouring into ihe shaft. Water spurting from bobs drilled in the botto-n of the shaft would reach K to IS feet high. The sinking under this difficulty has only been accomplished with the aid of the two large improved Preseott pumps, which have been pumping t:00 gallons per minute from the shaft, and they have a capacity of twice that amount. A force of twenty-two men ar now employed, working three shifts of eight hours each. The mill upon the property is not operating, and altho it will be put in operation some time thi summer, it is uncertain just when they will be ready. Reports from there say that everything Those who have attended our special sales realize what it J means in the saving of price on goods including in these special ii sales. ii I Regular $1.25 Shoes for Sjc and 9oc. CHILDREN'S new Spring and Summer Suits, all the newest productions in Vestus, double and single breasted jacket suits, new weaves and designs, $1.50, $2.00, (2.50, $'!.. ".0 and $.".. Early buyers this spring will reap (he benefit of choicest selections and lowest prices. MEN'S new Spring and Summer Suits that are perfection in style and workmanship. Newest weaves and combinations of colors, $4.50, $6.25, $7.75. $10.00, $12.00, $15.00 and $20.00. HOYS' new Spring and summer suits, stylish and durable, selected with a view of pleasing the most economic buyers, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3 and $5. is looking favorable and satisfactory Regular $1.50 Shoes for $1.15. Rogular $L50 Shoes for $1 90. 5? Regular $2.00 Shoes for $1.50 Regular $3.00 Shoes for $2.25. S Entire stock at equally low prices. , Where They Sell Cheap. iiaSC S No. 5 Main Street Lead Old No. 1. The wislom of the ac tion of Hose Co. No. 1 in regard to their new build ing is being commended on all sides OSCAR SILVER 'Black Hills Clothier' Lead. S. D. and the boys can now go on ahead with the assurance that they will re ceivn whatever assistance j? needed from the business men. It is intended now to build at once a solid one-story Watch tnis space for the Announcement of the theo. e. geskey Foreign Exchange. BROKER. J. A. BERGER LEAD. S. D. i Complete Line of Silk, Wool and Cotton Dress Fabrics .. .. FOR SPRING .. .. W Dress Goods section, the largest and best in the Black Hills, abound a ew goods of every description. Remember that our lowest prices are on all, and the better the goods the more we can save you. MAMMOTH FURNITURE HOUSE brick building with ornamental front to contain a cart room and parlor with all modern improvements in the way of water, lighting, etc , and this can be done in two months. Old No. 1 will then again be at its old stand ready for business, and again will its parlors echo with the eloquence of dear old Andy White, the witticisms of Dilly Lang, the songs of Ed. Hrels-ford and the music of the mandolin and guitar. The lwys are bang up Pre fighters and staunchly true to their organization, but they can somehow scare up more genuine fun than anv crowd of fellows ever known. Real Estate and Insurance OF THE BLACK HILLS. S. R. SMITH - - LEAD SILKS Genuine Japanese silks corded effects and stripes, in Ice Plant at Central City. MINOR MENTION. Go to S. R. Smith's for wall paper. 4 patterns, and desirable colors, The Black Hills Brewing company, The. full costumes and skirts, special pflce per yard S5c BEST APRON GINGHAM in staple patterns, best printed calicoes in new navy blues, black, grays and turkey reds, per yard 5c CORDED DIMITY, Lawns in newest i Real Estate, Mines, Insurance, Loans. Rents Collected and Ttases Paid. Legal Writing Done. Drafts Issued to all parts of the world. Railroad Tickets to and From all U. a Points. Steamship Tickets to and from all parts of ths World. Cabin bertha reserved. U. S. Passports secured. European Consular and Notarfil Documents. 11 East Main St. Lead, - South Dakota. Harrison phone 273. Black Hills "boae 1042. "wl Takes 30c ENING BROCADES A large varie- which have Just completed the erection and equipping of one of the largest brewing plants In the west, are COBWEB showing an amount of energy in plac 1 ae8ta-ligb.f blues, pinks, laven-sr "lie greens, yellow, alsochange-M effect special values pr.'yd. .75c rPttcrn Rhirtlne. percales, full ing their operations on such a basis x width in medium and dark styles per yard 8c J. V. Gibbs and son went down to Sand creek yesterday and will come home tonight. If yotr are looking for a good smoke ask for Chamison's MONARCH strictly union-made cigar. Factory in May block, Lead. U Traveling ' Passenger Agent L. C. Sad, of the Burlington, whose home is at Pittsburg, Pa., is in Lead. P. A. Gushurst and Dr. Wade left early yesterday morning for a couple of ''days' fishing at Sand creek. Christ Johnson presented his wife FINE DRESS GINGHAMS in corded lAlwavs the Best and plain, printed dimities, the most that they will be in a position to furnish the trade of the Black Hills country with a high class of beer at prices that will challenge competition. The resident manager. Mr. Moberg, has Just given an order to an eastern firm for the building of an ice manufacturing plant which will have a capacity of twenty tons of Ice per day. This will be used -in supplying the Ice for the brewery and will be located adjoining the brewery in Central. The Ice plant will cost complete, nearly $20,000. . favorite wash fabric ever manufactured, also French organdies, per yard 10c ICK SILKssUCB m Pean-e-soie, "08gralM. taffeta and uew tancy ipeclal values 85c lCK COLORED. DRESS GOODS -ta. German Henriettas, silk fln-French serges, coverts, fchevi- ind many other, weares, special t .... 65c 0ETED LOT OF FINE DRESS Sterns jn piaia-W'tMcy Lead's j I Leading Resort j COTTON CREPONS, In evening shades with a beautiful Vose Qiano yesterday ANTHONY TRAUT PRACTICAL PLUMBER and Steam Rtter Ho, 15 East Main Street 'j solid color. Imported organdies, Dresden and floral patterns, fine and sheer printed batiste In stripes and fig-urea, tinted and white grounds, per ya-d 15e which be purchased from S. K. bmitn. IX H. Rich treated himself with a beautiful Stuyvesant piano yesterday which he purchased from S. R. Smith. (Continued on Page Two.) LEAD. 1 tacludln a number of black mX Mrs, George Morris is reported on LEAD, the sick list. SO. DAK ' ? j. Patten of each style, for ... t

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