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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Friday, March 3, 1899
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IT ' . THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1899. f HBOAD TIME TABLES. BURLINTON ROUTE. - I ... fallows: ONE GENT A WORD Lota For Sale Howard's Addition, his addition, to Deadwood, beautifully located on the Park bench, adjoining the Dudley Spring, in the First ward, Is now open for settlement. 9e plat and prleee at office oc Edwin Van Ciae. b" Z.ZCv,. dally. AxlvTOtiRements under this head ONfe VEST A WORD each inaartian wlien run ks than one month. Three lines $i.i.n) p,r mouth. Payable in vance. VLWUun, Omaha VUpt Sunday p m p m For Sale-An upright piano at NM 'Hi." V.iiy xoeirt Sun- !M-,u, ' rttv Cuser and 24 Raymond street. ".'-,V 8:00 am WANTED HELP 8on Tori Res'aurant (La'c the St. Louis.) TWO DOORS BFLOW THE BULLOCK Will Serve the Best Meal in the City. Rates reasonable. Bin Jim & Wool Woo, Props. FOR RENT. Wauu! iMy work by a woman Lm. arrive as follows: fTEastern pWi.K'r. Ially.l2:30 p m r L5.rfth Train. IhUiy. ex- ' Chiircl ii Crane N. E. WOOD, A. M., M. D.v President Chicago Medical and Sargical Institute, 617 Labile Avenue, Chicago, III. (BatablUkMlla Chlufo Hlnra Bay lt, 187S.) Th oldNl, larrt, mot reliable aad HeafWl tardlMal iBstllatlun in the S'Tti. wenl-I'rlraM' roout for nllrnt with fllttla fWr fmerp'uTr. NnrrlI opemtiuaa perform 4 In the atotil ltiiJflc maaitrr. Wriu f'-r circulars on efrniitieti anj Brmeea, ClUD Kwt, i'urratiirfi of the Spine, 11ie. Tumors. Vaixtvr, ( U,rrh, Rn.tiehitin, rarail, Kpii"y. Kidney, Bladder, Eye. Kar.Ktciit and Itlnrd llMaMw, and all HurvU'! Mirations. I fa'iliileti, apparatus and remedlea jzi$4 BOW TH El R HEADS! i 5 ... Manufacturers and Jobber of ... Steam, Gas and Water Supplies of all Kinds. AgreDt mm tt r - t - . . . 1 TtTTTTTV XTt7l!7V vTn IND 1 FOR MARSH STEAM PUMPS OMAHA and SIOUX CITY MINING'nnrT THIRTY-IT rWTH TEAK. 21 Pages : Weekly : Illustrated. INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. SlN h l HI SAMPLE (lil'V. MINING i Scientific PRESS 330 MARKET ST., SAR FRANCISCO. CAL. ? Mks I Sachs Pianotorte Lessons AND French Classes Daily. Forterins aply at the Black Hill Steam Laundry, Dkadwood, -:- South Dakota JAMES P. WILSON Attorney-at-Law, Olympic Club Building CJorner Sherman and Deadwwd Streets DBDWOOD - - South Dakota 'V. H. MOORE Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. HORSESHOEING AN GENERAL REPAIRING DONE ON SNORT NOTICE. AU Kind! of Carrtagt and Wagon Wood Work; also CarrUg Furnishing. 11 and IS Pins Street, Deadwood, a D. Call on the Blaet Hills Lumber Com Before Buying Lumber, Lath. Shingles, Sash Doors, and Moulding 138 Shennio St. , G. W. REED. Mgr. A A -avsaVAeee) ifiiiff f ttttt J. P. HYMER. Collections and Adjustments. Notary Public. General Agent in BlacV Him for 3. PideUty and Guaranty Co. All kinds ol grantee and judicial bonds writta wHhout delay. Pleaae get my rateabefore arting your friends to sign your bond. Cash paid for life insurance Plcia-Olympic Block. Deadwood S. D. Telephone!; Harrlaon 138. Black Hills 1 JM-SPf" ... ... ..11-06 am mdI sunuoj - - - - C on all thrwiKh t rains. Rallwa ffJSniblp tickets Hold and baggag Led to all Pointy BENTI45y I Commercial Agent. 'W,T. ROBERTSON. ticket 7TRAIN5; BETWEEN DEAD-WOOD AND LEAD. yr.exoepi sunu MT ,tj . xu a uj . 2:00 p m Mj, except Sunday . . . . . . 1:15 pm . . . 4:20 p m r. 30 n m t, except .Sunday iir ' ilT except Sunday :00 p m HUr except Sunday 8:00 p m jtllj' 9:ui' m jelly, except Sunday in::0p in LEAVE LEAD CITY. 8:3.rj a in except Sunday . 9:ii5 a in . 11.00 a m .12:50 p in Hy, connects with Eastern passenger 2 : 2." p in bailj exeept , Sunday 3 : 4o i in baily, ex'-ept Sunday 4: 15 p in Daily 5:5". p m 'Daily, except Sunday 7: 22 pin Daily, except Sunday . .8:22 p in Daily 3:22 p in 'Daily, except Sunday 10: 55 p. in F. K. & M. V. R .R. THE NORTHWESTERN LINE. DEPOT: Between Dead wood and Tin krtett. Arrives. Departs, ikmik trains to Omaha Was, St. Paul, Min-Mqoik, with close eon-KUom tor all points Mat south, at Fre- MiMOmana 11am dp m iBtPOf: lower Halo Street, fttwuod, Sturgis, Rap-.CWraa and ln-ter- (XltHpotota 10:46 am 8:25 an Hsftwrche 3:35am 11:00 am tltanod only 7:30 a m 4:45 p m rrowt Sunday. MONEY LOANED ) On everything pertaining to JWonal property. A large toek of unredeemed pledges of wrious desoctrptJone on hand. ( , AH wanness etriotly ooofldwi-Okl3' rti Deadjwood Loan Office : man St. and Overland Hotel rtttMM MMMflx O.C. JEWETT, " ARCHITECT. Joom 19 Syndicate Block, DiDADwoOD, 8. D. Vd. DO WDN t PRACTICAL Ifaker, Jeivelei 4- And. OPTICIAN. iniwilrif Midi to Orflir. "Eiainlnsf lol th F.E. a M V R tflwiiitifftei; mult, M . i nn h Tt i-f . BMMM 'olwe Hardware, gcydea and ' XAll U lillllll I iNurw giri, ULiung room girl; J25 per motb Biwplorment office, 41 Lee St. Man aud wife without children want to rt'iit two pleaiant room for light housekwpiog. Apply to "S," Pioneer-Tlmt-s office. Wanted To buy a residence of 5 or 6 rooms. ' Addreue, stating price and location, M. It, care Pioneer-Tlmea. day. AddIt to No. 1G Went worth House. Situations Wanted -Man ctHk. Girl for houue work. Man and wife for ranch. Apply 41 Lee St., Miller Block Warned A ttm of heavy draft hons, iniiht weigh 1,300 to 1.400 IbS eexli. Cash deal. AddresH P. fC box 336, Dnnihvixl. 6t Warn i (1 , Your carpets to lay, also can -I'-aneil on the floor. Household gooil.s crated for shipment. Harri ;('n i'lione No. 148. .1 S El. ETCHER, 43 Centennial. 1 Mi ii to lcini the lurluT trade, ',- in,,: i i-lv uar.inic- $nt) niW'l!) 1 1" i . . only eifht vt ek, itar-tlT'""' S prin it nili sinhi. S'l.dcms from d iarice ;i-;.sisti-d with tr.iniprii tion. Tools n-i"s'lited. Write at once MoJer Itarlier ColleKe. M innen pol in, Minn. intd May the first, a weil situated restaurant with paj and with traie In Deidwxi. Will pay In the neigti-borhood of 1 2,000 In cah far the same. For further parti euiare addneae CARl BLANK. Rochfwrd a D. Any one 'in need of help or help In need of employment will find Just what they wiui t. at the employment bureau 95 Sherman St. MRS. 8. CONKLIN. Man, middle age, with integrity, tact, business ability, large experience, wants work to do. Capable of filling sreditably almost any position. Salary secondary consideration. - Address Mr Dawson, general delivery, Deadwood. Help tBor Uncle Sam. Thousands of appointements to be made to govern ment positions in customs, postoffloe, internal revenue, railway mall ana government printing services and de partmentB at Washington. Stengraph-ers. In great demand. "Prospects for 1899," giving full particulars, published by Nat'l Correspondence Institute, Washington, D. C, sent free to read ers of the Pioneer-Times. Write for It today. Examinations soon to be held in Deadwood. Wanted A good woman cook. Ap ply at the Gold Edge office, opera house block. Qovernmen . ositions Thousands ot appointments to be ma-e. t;xamlna Hons in Deadwood soon. 'Prospectus fur 18W nublished by - Nations. Correspondence Institute, Washington D. C. giving full particulars, sent free on request Wrije today. FOR SALE. For Rent Two good room?. Terms reasonable. No. 549 Williams St. For Sale Blacksmith shop, lot of tools, good location, business O. K. For particulars call oo or address . "M. E. BYTHER, St. Onge, S. D. Desirable building lots on Lincoln! avvue, Ingteside. Lumber furnished to build. Edwin Van Cise. tf. For Sale Two No. 5 common sense sleds, three No. 4 Common Sense sleas, two No. I Common Sense sleds, three gooa-heavjr teams and harness. neaxly new. 85 Sherman St lot For Sale On treasonable terms, the building and furniture of the Elkhornj Hotel. Fir ward, apply to Fiaa ft Hunter Co, FOR RENT A five room house on Taylor avenue. Enquire at Phillips' drug etore. For Rent A five room house at J9 per month. Enquire at No. 9 Stewart St THE HOLZNER. The finest furnished rooms In the city. Baths In connection wltt room. Give me a call. MISS TEE HOLZNER. H. M. Stearn has two good houses for r&t, For rent --Two front rooms on Williams street. Dr. Stanford. For Rent Cheap, 3 rooms with range, hot and cold water and privilege of bath. Apply to No. 0? Taylor avo-ue. THE CHICAGO RESTAURANT. The best eatng place In the city of Deadwood. Nice tables are set, and everything in the way of eatables Is provided, to the entire satisfaction of the guestw. Short orders served at any time of day or night Open all of the time. The proprietor would like to have people give him a call and a trial, lm. WrONQ CHONG, Prop. A GOOD INVESTMENT. Deadwood real rotate has reached bed rock as 14w as tt will ever go In any part of the, city. From now on advances will -be sharp, no where more so than In the First ward which will build up faster on account of the demand for residences near the reduction works and business houses to supply the family. H. B. Young has for sale seven lota in a body on Main street valuable for etiher residence or business. These lots will be sold at a price that will Insure the purchaser an advance of 100 per cent in a year. If you have a little money, investigate It. COURT CALENDAR. March 6th. No. 17. A, Stanton, et al, vs. B. E. Salmon. No. 24. Sweeney Hardware company, vs. Carl Broadhuret. No. 31. H. W. Ellington, et al. va. Edwin Short, et al. No. 51. W. J. Morgan, vs. F. W. Russell. March 7th. No. 13. Ay ere & Wardman Hardware company, vs. A. A. Raymond. No. 43. Green. No 44. et al. No. 53. Flortan Brueer, vs. die Fannie HUl, vs. Jofaa Walsh M. Lansberry, vs. W. . R Steele March 8tb. No. 8. James Crittenden, et al, va Samuel Swartzwald. No. 10. W. H. Crittenden, et al, vs. Matt Plnnkett No. 15. Beede Runyon Furniture company, vs. Joseph vinceoi. No. 16. Beebe Runyon Furniture company, vs. A. A. Mooaie. No. 34. Corwin K. Seit, vs. Clara F. Kimball. March 9th. No. 23. George B. Thompson, va. Harry Collins. No. 39. Andrew Peterson, va Jam es H. Wheeler. No. 54. Samuel Jacobs, va Charles Le Breech. No, 59. First National Bank, va Joseph Hattenbach ft Brother. -o THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO SIOUX CITY. Li via O'Neill and the Pacific . Short Line. Connections mad both way dally except 8unday. No tayorsra; saves three hours in each dlrecttoo. Passengers to and from points 1b Eastern South Dakota make through connections, avoiding layovers at sioux Cr. . Buy local tickets to and from O'NlelL Makes kwest fare. o- ' DISSOLUTION NOTICE. T1 herehyrrglveiiotlca JaJrarti- nershlp existing between C. H. Don- nell and myself has been dissolved, and I will not be responsible for any hills, contracted by ."Mr. DonnelL nor will I pay the deota of the latter. CARL BLANK. J fr the succewful treatmi it or every rrm oi riiilririir niilicsLl iir anriiil tnAiat.iitfDt. We abnolHhly gnmrumlrr f ear avery ewe f NerTown IeblHtT aiul (Jinearim renultlnr from abuaea Burl iiKliKi-retl.'ii-f YotiTh and Manhood; Soermator- :f"r't' ture, PalmonU, el-, HeM 4'hNrve KeaMaable ak arnl t'iiMTKn.'-art iiiiporiaikt - Nu mettuiy or Injurious nmlH'inet url -Su tim hmt fnn work or bomnw-No Incurable a4 accepted, N rueliine aiit CO. 1. hitthire to uiiIcihiwh tn ii. wt iaiir' ttouHand annualty. V' have tli'iunantl teHtuiiomai teltcrw on tile from tTrttfful JMltlr-DtH riTiaiHMltl ' (Ml I'f I. WHt li tdy. f tttiBiiUi from a distance treiLfxl by mail- MrdUnnett nt,l frtftrlwri frer from Qmf brt akny State full hitnrit mitti twiM Myn,tomt 'ur ni.sf tn(l nd for opinion and tcnnH i ' iei"iiltJi( i'mi frwiml mfllt ntlal, . r rrial I v or hv letter I ptatre Kmk nn all 'bronlo and Karslf-Bl IMMaue end llt of 180 uutwtliMM fVeai The Millard, 13th and Douglass Sis. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. LKADING HO'lKl, OF THE WEST. American Plan 12.60 per day nd V-European Plan $1.00 per day and up. Strictly first -class In every respect J, E. MAEKEL & 30N. M. H, LYON. PUBLIC ASSAYER ANO SAMPL ER. OBADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA GO TO . . . FRANK SGHREYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, No. too Sherman St. OAU OW. JAMES HOLLBB, BIG 5 CENT BEER. Also a Flu Ubi if Wins ud Llqoors. THE DERBY Is Headqmrtirs Fir Wines, Liquors and Cigars. No. 643 Main Street. W. H, CARTER Pro The Henshaw . . European Hotel Late "The McTague." . Oyster and Grill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN. Prop. 1609 Parnam 8t. - Omaha, Neb CUPIDEN Vtcwv mimimtmp of ill or Mjuibnod l,v" y '.::"? n"rrrh"?r)H,':,1 m Lead Steam 17 South Gold St. All Orders by Telephcne will be Promptly Attend- ed to jy HARRISON TELEPHONE 254. Our Wagon will Call on Deadwood Customer Daily All IVork 6ointtiif. 0. ROBERTS, Manager ED. HART, Agent, Deadwood. FIRST ANNUAL BALL Under the Auspices of the W. C. O. F., and A. 0. H., to be held In th opera house, March 17, 1899. ., Executive Committee. M. J. Donovan, Jno. Tlerney, Jaa. Frawley, P. T.' Kelley, Timothy Foley. Committee on Tickets, Jas. Cueick, Jaa Frawley, P. T. Kel ley, Mra a Basse,, Mra N. McDonough, Mrs. IL MoOQl. Mra Munlck- , Reception Committee. Neil McDonough, Jaa Frawley, Matl plnnkett. John, U Sullivan, Miss B. 8a-Bg, Mrs. Jno. Tlerney, Mra J. P. Lal- fey, Henry McGUL Floor Committee. J. P. Laffey, H. Donovan, J. J. Knes- ter. Mart McTJonough, James Cmtfck, Timothy Foley, M. Katen, David Brown, . -. , ' Mpslc by the Trio Orchestra, Supper at Palace Cafe. Tickets $1.00. NOTICE OT LRASK. - To" whoor tt may conaera Tak-Nouoi that " ths8ufTTyor-tmr Jumbo claims M being worked under lease and that taa . undersigned owners wui hoc d ipw- matsriaf 1MM mm MAWDSESTORtDS rbto great nriojW aU iipUM , ItrOKl ArTER and m ro - r- ii M ii AW w nun DstktwW. furnished spo. said Pj ; k, ; AARON PUNK, ' 'A ' (Flrat PabUcatlM P Wi W4 , . -.toliMl.-,1:--.

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