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March 8, 1899

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 3

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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1899. 0h5etables. FOR RENT. ONE GENT A WORD Bon Ton Restaurant (Lale the St. Louis.) TWO DOORS BELOW THE BULLOCK Will Serve the Best Meal in the City. Rates reasonable. IP mm PHpTiitosI BOW THEIR HEADS' Bin Jim & Wonj Woo, Pi ops. Crane -Cliiirchill Co., . . manufacturers and Jobjera of ... , Steam, Gas and Water Supplies of all Kinds. Agents i HOLYOKE DEAN ND FOR MARSH STEAM PUMPS OMAHA and SIOUX OITY . MININGnnTcc THIgTY-WIlTTH TEAR. 24 Pages : Weekly z Illustrated. INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. SEM) l'OH SAMPLE ropv. MINING Scientific PRESS 330 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. CAl. " Mrs Ili'.r.iA Sachs Pianoforte lesions AND French Masses Daily. For terms apolyat the Black Ilili Steam Laundry, Dkadwood, -:- South Dakota JAMES P. WILSON Attorney-at-Law, Olympic Club Building Corner Sherman and Deadwood Street DE DWOOD South Dakota. . H. MOORE Blacksmith and Wagon Maker, HORSESHOEING AN GENERAL REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. All Kinds of Carriage and Wagon Wood Work; also Carriage Fur- nlshlngs. U and 13 Pine Street. Deadwood, 8. B. Call on the Black Hills Lumber Company. Before Ui vino Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash Doors, and Moulding 138 Sherman St. G. W. REED. Mgr. J. P. HYMER. Collections and Adjustments. Notary Public. - General Agent In Black HilU for O. S Fidelity and Guaranty Co. All kinds of guarantee and judicial bonds wdtten Without delay. Please get my rat b,fore asking your friends to sign your bond. Cfcsh paid for life Insurance pollers. Olympic Block. Deadwood. 8. D. Telephones: Harrison us-Black Hills 14. "--vtCT BBBIOS ROUTE. follows: IK.U i: 2:30 p m f Inr eWep't' sunday Li low. ... .,, .snear- fidMounIlu ' 1:35pm dally ex-pt bun- vi mis--rimer aim !7d lMmiL;y i.'iivei. at.6:00 a m mis t folio puh'iik r. iany..ow u. . . . i 4 A . 4A m Trai". Daily, ex- 11:06 a m . CinriAT pt Sun- jjj frens"- ii: oo am W "d,!. frelKht arrives. . 5:M P ,,itaIMdr.-.l.ing chair cam ""'i all through I. ulna. Rallwa ,lr1;,hP Eckels .M and baggag all points. BENTLEy Commercial Agent. . ROBERTSON'. IlcWAent- . . i t- x' ncin. TRAINS HKivvQ.in C WOOD AND IAIJ. VE DEADWOOD. 8:05 a m Ju, except Sunday ... 9:30am . ..10:30 am ...12:13pm . .. 2:00 pm Kecept Sunday : C'-rt Sunday 4:20pm 5:30 p m a'oept Sunday 7:00pm C nf Sunday 8:uupm 9:OJ p m 10:30 p m tjj eicept Sunday LEAVE LEAD CITY. ... 8:35 a m eiwpt Sliuuav 11:00 am JJJ 12:50 p m connects with Eastern ssnser -:-'; pm i C,..l iv 3:40 p in illy, wept Sunday . LT lily, escept Sunday lily, except Sunday . til Uly.eieept Sunday . . "1 : 15 p in . fi : 55 p in ..7:22 p in . .8: 22 p in . 9:22 p in . 10: 55 p.m K. B. M. V. R .R. THE NORTHWESTERN LINE. MOT: Between Deadwood and Pin I Arrives, Departs. ILitgt trains to Omaha CUa SI Paul, Min- KajJlt, 'lth close con- Kt tor all points W nd wuth, at Fre- Ma4 Omaha 11am 6pm I BOOT: Lower Main Street, titoi, Sturgls, Rap-Utatw and Inter- wiirtrti '10:45 am 8:25 an fthe 3:35am 11:00 am rawrtonly '7:30 am 4:45 p m -vnf iimaay. IfEY LOANED : everything pertaining to rMnal property. A largo to of unredeemed pledges of wtow descriptions on hand. Afl Dullness strictly confidents lUwood Loan Office 'a St nndsr Overland Hotel H 3.C JEWETT, RCHITECT. 19 Syndicate Block, DEADWOOD, S. D. TV J. DO WD. J PRACTICAL tchmaker, v Jewelei And OPTICIAN J HiH$ Jswalrf Madi to Order EttmlnWtorth)E.E.M w R fceaSfc?4 1 will fnaranie. HOll. Piitpffhi. Onfleul I rdware Coinpany. Resale Hardware, cyclei and f OH AH A - & CARSON. Armt. ssaWjy MM liilSipiiiWeil Qlass FOR RENT A firo room house on Taylor avenue. Enquire at rhllli.w' drug store. To Rent Two furnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to 729A Main street. Dead-wood, S. D. For Rent 1 or 2 furnished rooms and privilege of bathroom. Apply to 57 Taylor Ave. H. M. Stearn has two good for ratkt houses For rent Two front rooms on Williams street. Dr. Stanford. Wanted Cheap On tubular or loco-' motive loiler aboutt 40 horse power. In good condition. Parties In Black Hills having such for sale send price and description to E. D., Inyan Kara, Wyoming. THE CHICAGO RESTAURANT. The best eatng place In the city of Deadwood. Nice tables are Bet, and ev erything in the way of eatables Is provided, to the entire satisfaction of the guests. Short orders served at any time of day or night Open all of the time. The proprietor would like to have peo ple give him a call and a trial. lm. WONO CHONO. Prop. A GOOD INVESTMENT. Deadwood real estate has reached bed rock as low as K. 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 de mand for residences near the reduction works and business houses to supply the family. H. U. Young baa for r.i'e seven lots 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 hav6 a little money, investigate it. COURT CALENDAR. March 8th. No. 8. James Crittenden, et al, vs. Samuel Swartzwald. No. 10. W. H. Crittenden, et al, vs. Matt Plunkett. No. 15. Beede Runyon Furniture company,, vs. Joseph Vincent. No. 16. Beebe Runyon Furniture company, vs. A. A. Moodle. No. 34. Corwln K. Seltz, vs. Clara F. Kimball. March 9th. No. 23. George B. Thompson Harry Collins. No. 39. Andrew Peterson, vs. es H. Wheeler. vs. Jam No. 64. Samuel Jacobs, vs. Charles LeBreach. No. 69. First National Bank. vs. Joseph Hattenbach & Brother. THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO SIOUX CITY. Is via O'Neill and the Pacific Short Line. Connection made both ways dally except Sunday. No tayovera; saves three hours In each direction. Passengers to and from points la Eastern South Dakota make through connections, avoiding layovers at StouClty. Buy local tickets to and from O'NlelL Makes lowest fare. TWO NEBRASKA FARMS. For sale or trade for city property. Box 828, Deadwood. FIRST ANNUAL BALL Under the Auspices of the'W. C. 0. F., and A. 0. H . to be held in the opers house, March 17, 1899. Executive Committee. M. J. Donovan, Jno. Tierdey, Jaa. Frawley, P. T. Kelley, Timothy Foley. Committee on Tickets. Jas. Cuelck, Jaa. Frawley. P. T. Kelley, Mrs. C. Sasse, Mrs, N. McDonougn, Mrs. H. McGlll, Mrs. Munick. Reception Committee. Neil McBonough. Jas. Frawley, Matt Plunkett, John L. Sullivan, Miss E. 8e-lig. Mrs. Jno. Tlerney, Mrs. J. P. Lal-fey, Henry McGilL Floor Committee. ,J-. P. Laffey, H. Donovan, J. J. Kuet- ter, Mart McDonough, James Cutdck, Ttmnthr Pnlav Xf TTafAn TtaaHil Brown. . Mpsic by the Trta Orchestra. Supper at Palace Cafa. Tickets 11.00. of I . 1 Auerusements' under 'this head a . ONt A WORD each insertion when rim less than one month. Three linos per month. Payable in ad vance. WANTED HELP wantwi -Men to lftarn Iwrber trada ciKiii wt-ks oomplctes. Two years saved. He season to begin. 300 posi tlons to fill in May. Students from dis "" assisted with transportation. Write today. Moler Harber College Minueapoliti. Minn. umeu a team of heavy draft horsee, must weigh 1,300 to 1,400 IDS TIT ,i . ecch. Cah deal. Address P. O. nbox 336, Deadwood. 6t ... . . wanted i our carpets to lay, also carpets cleaned on the floor. HouseholJ goods crated for shipment. Harrison Phone No. 148. J. S. FLETCHER, 43 Centennial. Warned-May the first, a well situated restaurant with pay :uid with tra le in neadwo.nl. Will pay in the neigh-Nrhj.nl ,,f $.,immi in cash for the same. For fiii'hi r particulars address CAUL BLANK, Kcx liford S. D. Any idle in need of ludp or help iu need of eiiii.luyineiit will find just what they wain si tin. employment bureau, 9."i Shi niiau St . MRS. S. CON'KLIN, .M.n: i bus in. . wants , crediiai., s'C-(diilai 1 )a wsnii. ' -:!; v. .i i , experience. v. lar 'ir! 'ap.iiiie oi' tilling y almost any iisii urn. Salary y consilient' ion. Address Mr K' neral ili'iiviy , I lead wood. Help for I'ncle Sam. Thousands of appointenients to be made to govern-rrent Ksitions in customs, postofflce, internal revenue, railway mail ana government printing services and departments at Washington. Stengraph-ers in great demand. "Prospects for 1899," giving full particulars, published, by Nat 1 Correspondence Institute, Washington, I). C, sent free to readers of the Pioneer-Times. Write for It tolay. Examinations soon to be held in Deadwood. Wanted A good woman cook. Apply at the Gold Edge office, opora house block. Govern men .'oeitlons Thousands oi appointments to be ma.e. fci-xamina-tions In Deadwood soon "Prospectus for 1899" oublished by o National Corresponoence Institute, Washington, D. C, giving full particulars, sent free on request. Write today. Wanted Girl for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. H. P. Lorey762 Denver Ave., (City Creek.) WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK APPLY TO MRS. CHAS ZOBLLNER, INGLESIDE. FOR SALE. For Rent. Two good rooms. Terms reasonable. No. 549 Williams St. For Sale Blacksmith shop, lot tools, good location, business 0. For particulars call on or address M. E. BYTHER, St. Onge, S. of K D. Iesirable building i ts uu Lincoln avenue, Ingleside. Li:i'ti-r furnished to build. Edwin Van lse. tf. For Sale Two No. 5 common sense sleds, three No. 4 Common Sense sleus, two No. 3 Common Sense sleds, three good heavy teams and harness nearly new. 85 Sherman St. For Sale On 'reasonable terms, the building and furniture of the Elkhorn Hotel, First ward, apply to Fish ft Hunter Co. - ' Lots F.-v Sale Howard's Addition, his addition to Deadwood, beautifully located on the Park bench, adjoining the Dudley Spring, la the First ward, Is now open! for settlement. Se plat and prices at office of Edwin Van Cise: A bargain in as elegant upright i piano. Enquire at the PJoneer-Tlmea office. . I N. E. WOOD, A. M., M. D., President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute, 617 LaSalle Avenue, Chicago, III. i uuoiuaeil ia lakago sum j lit, ltda.) olde.t, larerot, n.Mt Pf liable mad .aeefal Th tnfdlcHl Inittltatloii In tl I rlvur room for patlrnta with fulltltH fbr any i-m. rCt-ncy. Nurtfl. J operitUoiii performed la tb uiMt scltjatlfle manner. Wriu- f r olrrutant n Iefoniiitttf n Bracen, Ctub ree-t, Curvatvirf ..f the Spine, l'iles, Tmn-irs. Cancer, atarrh, Hnmohltis, 1'aralvMtt. Kpil?iy. Kidney. Blad-ler. K, har.Skm ati.l JU.h.U Ilsea.. anil all HurL-al 'pratlonH. Heat facilitieH, apparatus mi renietlie fr the Rucoettrirul treatment of every form or disease remi i rin (r medical or Piiri.-al treatment. We abaolutly guarantee t cure avery riu of erTOu UebUlly mitl diccaitett resulting from alueH and Itiillscrrtinnn of Youth and Manhood; Kprmtor-rhra, Hemlnal Weikireaa n'ttht (('), Im potency hma nf wxtmi p;wrr, VhHco-Ic, Ilydroeelts Htrle-tur Fhlmoftta, eU-.. et., 4 htirce KeanaKble-A(r and exerience areliupurtant - No mercury or Injurious medtrinee mvi - So tinw lut frori work or ItUBineHu No lneurable cae accepted. No medi -Ine nefit Co IK f ailure itt unknown ti. us. we -ur( tlioumiri.lf annually. W have ten thousand tep.tiiiioiiialetter on Hie from grateful patlentH pernianently curetX Write u today, l atlentri from h distance treated hyXmail-Mniuinett m-nt errrywhrr frv ffnt yfJir on- ftreakjuje- State full histr and f-Tn. t yiq-t-nn f ymr ci and Mend for opinion and term Consultation free; and confident la, p.-r..nay or t.y letter I afe Hook on nil Cliriinlo tad Kurfflcul HlM'ttnefl t?ud U-vt of 1 BO juetIon free. (Mention 'bin iae,r a!fSU. -it .rt i nja-.-jafaaaiV The Millard, 13th and Douglass Sts. OMA.iA. NEBRASKA ' I.KADlNfi HOTKI, of iii i : vi-:.vr. Amprlcan Plan $2.BU per day and np. European Plan $1.00 per day and up. Strlrtly first -class In eyery respect J, E. MARKEL & SON. M. H. LYON. PUBLIC ASSAYED AND SAMPLER. DEADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA GO TO . . . FRANK SCHREYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, No. too Sherman St. CALL ON. JAMES HOLLEB, . . FOR A . BIG 5 CENT BEER. Also a Fine Line of Wines and Liquors. THE DERBY Is Headquarters For Wines, Liquors and Cigars, ujin y jj CARTER Prop The Henshaw . . European Hotel Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN, Prop. 1509 Para am St. - Omaha, Neb rTT t a ,rw 11 rlioAaaaaa ariiiinff frOID " v nT. oaa areaium organs, .rtipatjon, add. lustre to the life worth living. A Makes life worth day or nay or nixuu. wu . u"v Lead Steam 17 South Gold St. All Orders by Telephone will bt; Promptly Attended to -j HARRISON TELEPHONE 254. Our Wagon will Call Deadwood Customers Daily- on All tVofk Guaranteed. C. ROBERTS, Manager ED. HART, Apent, Deadwood. No deception practiced. No f 100 Reward. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST for, generous 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE. ELY'SiCREALI BALM riooa arng. It orwna and clammw toe riaol aneea.afeAllsr Pia and Innnuimatkm. Beaia nd Hrotecu the Membrane. Ucatnret the Scotei Taete and SmelL U qnirkly abaorbed. (it" Relief at onee. M eta., at Druggist or by aaU Trial Sire 10 rta at Ornffcl, o- M 0 DISSOLUTION NOTICE. I hereby give notice that the part nership existing between a H- Don-nell and myself has been dissolved, and will not be responsible for any bllla contracted by Mr. Donnell, nor will I the detrt8 of latter- CARL BLiANIC He "What a perfect fool Fve been." She "My dear, don't be so conceited; no one U perfect. Mm TRY MORMON BISriwr o H1oiins.tlon self-abuee, excesses or cigarette smoking. In use ov-?SS WW ur maahood. cur depleted, worn-"t memake rich, red blooi and tissue. Cures wasttng and oui mvu, u- ..mne. curea lmootencT. lost pow- all losses. maJtea you . nf memory, er, - - and despondency. -sieep". ey. atop-.nerwu- BIgH0Pg pills strengthens and restcrea boom to young or old. MOBMONma tw:tc-uus night. -ii hv by small. wak organs. cure. Price a box, 51 centa. thin th retch of aU. .ddrea. BISHOP RKM. 4 for S3.M y mfl. Sen f, N. E. FRANBLIN. Palac EDT CO, 8aa TnadKa. CX Tor m ... .f. it, "'la.l, .

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