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March 14, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1899. TIME TABLES. ONE GENT A WORD To Rent Two furnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to 729A Main street, Deadwood, S. D. For Rent 1 or 2 furnished rooms and privilege of bathroom. Apply to 67 Taylor Ave, Bon Ton Restaurant (La' e the St. Louis.) TWO DOORS BELOW THE BULLOCK iFvbidiyMnK i 1 - Will Serve in the City. the Best Meal Rates reasonable. Bis Jim & Worn Woo, Pi ops. Crane -Churcliill Co., . . manufacturers and JobVrs of .. Steam, Gas and Water Supplies of all Kinds. Agents for. HOLYOKE DEAN ND FOR MARSH STEAM PUMPS OMAHA and SIOUX OITY MNING'pnrcc THIRTY-NIHTH TEAK. flJCv3 24 Pages : Weekly i Illustrated. INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR. POSTPAID. SEND Ft Ut SAMPLE COI'V. MINING and Scientific PRESS 330 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ? M fS Pianoforte Lemons AND French masses Daily. Forturins ap:jlyat the Black Hill Steam Laundry, Deadwood, -:- South Dakota $ $ $ w $ $ ' JAMES P. WIL80N Attorney-at-Law, Olympic Club Building Corner Sherman and Dead wood Streets DEADWOOD - - South Dakota. W. H. MOORE Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. HORSESHOEING AN GENERAL REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. AU Kinds of Carriage and Wagon Wood Work; also Carriage Furnishings. U and 13 Pine Street, Deadwcod, 8. D. Call on the Black Hills Lute Company, Before Buying Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash Doors, and Moulding 138 Sherman St. G. W. REED. Mgr. attTtl n J. P. HYMER. Collections and Adjustments. Notary Public. rtii n.i riitarantv Co. ' 1U""".. . a indirlal bonds Written 5ZS7.IPiS-- fiM rates ore asking your friends to sign your oona. Oasn paid for life Insurance policies. , Olympic Block, Deadwood S. D. Telephones: Harrison 138. Black Hills-144. us - i- T - T" - t i 1 U1F t I .PISTON ROUTE. . n follows: RxoreBS, dally. ,jSpnu- . lntB EMi, o ' ...2:30 pm Y idaUy except Sunday ..1:35 p m I daily except Sun-fViw Cus'er and f HlU City. ....8:00am fCViea'veiat.6:00am W1T,M follows: I .uV.'eU'u.t'Sun- ' fHipn. 11:00 am rv : ; . iW - ; freight arrives., o.u p W.and r. , lining chair car. K. Cu trains. Rallwa tickets sold and baggag ! points. BENTLBTi Commercial Agent. TRAINS BETWEEN DEAD-WOOD AND LEAD. jVE DEADWOOD. 8:05 a m rt Sunday ..' 9:30am B ...10:30am 12:13 p m " 2:00 p m 't Sunday 3:15pm acept Sunday 4:20pm b.dv p m ''Int Sunday 7:00pm except Suoday 8:00 pm 9:Wpm k eioept Sunday 10:30pm LEAVE LEAD CITY. ... 8:35am & except Sunday 9:55am ii:uu a m .. .12:50 p m U, connect with Eastern esengw .' 2:25 pm jj, except Sunday 3:40 p m lj, except Sunday 4:45 p id jy 5: 55 p m ly, except Sunday 7:22pm lj, except Sunday 8:22 p m J 9:22 p m lr, except Sunday 10:55 p.m , T. 8. ft M. V. R .R. IBS NORTHWESTERN LINE. COT: Between Dead wood and Pin ttt Arrives. Departs. Hl tnlM to Omaha W ft Paul, Min-pois, vttk close con-UMhr all points tuiuuth, at Fre- tai Omaha 11 a m 6pm )tP0t: Lower Main Street, itawt Sturgls, Rap-Mm and lnter- XttMiti 10:45am 8:25 an k Fnrebt 3:35 a m 11:00 a m swdcaly 7:80 a m 4:45 p m fest Sunday. ONEY LOANED trerything pertaining to Wwnl property. A large tak of unredeemed pledges of rtOv descriptions on hand, iflwshieea strictly oonflden-U. Deadwood Loan Office uln Ovsrland Hotel ti !!, .C. JEWETT, jjCHITECT. to 19 Syndicate Block, DEADWOOD. S. D. J. bo WD. PRACTICAL chmaker, v Jewelei And OPTICIAN . Hills Jiweiry Mads to Order hEmlnrforthF.E.M V R ' SJJ. ana I will guarante towvtk and priest Upj.- Putofftct. DlldOttC n tM))tl, krdware company. teale Hardware, icycles and Porting Qooda. 18 KAJUnR OK AHA ''rsdlsstoBloes, C CARSON.7 Afent. I! Z Q t pil SHI 31 IfllBM Bllt Advertisements under this head ONE CENT A WORD each insertion when run less than one month. Three lines $1.00 jxr month. Payable in ad vance. WANTED HELP- Wanted Men to learn barber trade. Eight completes. Two years saved. Best season to begin. 300 positions to fill la May. Students from distance assisted with transportation. wrue uxtay. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. Wanted A team of heavy draft horses, must weigh 1,300 to 1.400 tt3 etxh. Cash deal. Addresa P. O. box 33'6, Deadwood. 6t Wanted Your carpets to lay, also carpets cleaned on the floor. HousehoM goods crated for shipment Harrison Phone No. 148. J. 3. FLETCHER, 43 Centennial. Wanted May the first, a well situated restaurant with pa. rnd with trale in Deadwood. Will pay in the neigh-borhotd of $:',()oo in cash for the same. For further particulars address CARL BLANK, Hot' h ford S. D. Any one in need of help or help in need of eini.loymout will find just what they want at the employment bureau, 95 Sherman St. MRS. S. CONKLIN, Man, middle age, with integrity, tai l, business aliility, large experience, wants work to do. Capable of tilling creditably almost any posiiiou. Salary secondary consideration. Address Mr Dawson, general delivery, Deadwood. Wanted A good girl for general house work. Apply at Mrs. H. Franklin's residence. Wanted A good woman cook. Apply at the Gold Edge office, opera house block. Wanted Girl for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. H. P. Lorey, 62 Denver Ave., (City Creek.) WANTED A COMPETENT Si&L FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK APPLY TO MRS. CHAS. ZOELLNER, INGLESIDE. Wanted Work by the day by a woman. Apply to room No. 16, Went-worth. FOR SALE. For Sale Blacksmith shop, lot of tools, good location, business O. K. For particulars call on or address M. E. BYTHBR, St. Onge, S. D. Desirable building lots on Lincoln avenue, Ingleside. Lumber furnished to build. Edwin Van Clse. 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. 10t. For Sale On reasonable terms, the building and furniture of the Elkhorn Hotel, First ward, apply to Fish ft Hunter Co. . A bargain in an elegant upright piano. Enquire at the Pioneer-Times office. . Lots t nr 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. Se plat and prices at office of Edwin Van Cise. FOR RENT. For Rent-rTwo good rooms, Terms reasonable. No. 549 Williams St. For Rent Three rooms furnished for housekeeping at 52 Taylor avenue O. C. Lackous. Z- For RentThree furnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. T2i Main street. FOR RENT A live rpomnooaa v Taylor avenue. Enquire at Phmips, drug atore. , - . ' H. M. S Learn has two good for raiit, houses For rent Two front rooms on Williams street Dr. Stanford. Wanted Cheap One tubular or locomotive boiler about 40 horse power, In good condition. Parties in Black HilLs having such for sale send price and description to E. D., Inyan Kara, Wyoming. Esther Lodge No. 1, D. of H., A, 0- U. W., meets la city hall building first and third Mnnriim f m.i vnfmrii Yritint J M.UUU . 1NUU members invited to meet with oa. MARY METL LINGER, C. of H. FRAJK DENNIS. Recorder. NOTICE OF" LEASE. To whom It may concern Take Notlcs: That the Survivor and Jumbo clalmf situated on the east fork of Spruce fulck are being worked under lease and that th undersigned owners will not be responsible for any labor performed or material furnished upon said premises, J. W. ALLKN. AARON DUNN. (First Publication Dec. 30. 1898.) EP WORTH LEAGUE! SOCIAL. The Epworth league of the First ward will give a social next Monday evening, March 13, at tho parsonage. A short program will be rendered after which light refreshments will bo served and a royal good time assure!. Come and see us. Alta ReUekali Lodge No. a nxt'ts second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in third story of city hull building. Visiting nieiiilM'i's cordially invite d to attend. K ATI I ERIN E PIERCE, N G. HELEN BAKER, Sec. -o- COURT CALENDAR. March 13th No. 23. Geo. B. Thompson, vs. Harry Collins. No. 8. James Crittenden et al vs. Sam Schwartzwald. No. 10. W. H. Crittenden, et al, vs. Matt Plunkett No. 3. Winona Wagon Co. vs. Bd Hanshke. No. 27. Smith and McSloy. vs. Walter Groshong. March 14th No. 6. Charles 'Stayman vs. John Elmer, et al. No. ll.fesol Rosenthal, respondent, vs. Michael Rasmtissen, appellant. No. 12. John Reagan vs. Thomas Whittaker, et al. No. 64. P. M. Thompson, vs. George Kemplin. March 15th W. E. Williams, No. 32. J. Beaky. No. 61. No. 62. Seader. No. 63. vs. James City of Lead, vs. John Barr.-City of Lead vs. Thomas W. E. Adams Co., vs Henry Tonges. -March 16th No. 18. Troy Mining Co.,,. vs. Wll-mot G. White. No. 19. Mount Terry Mining Co. vs. Wllmnt CI. White. No 33. Security T. & t. Insurance Co . vs. F. M. Vroman. No. 46. C. W. Mather, vs. Challenge Mining Co. No. 47. -C. W. Mather, vs. Chellenge Mining Co. No. 45. J. E. Sweet, vs. R. Z. Kidu. THE CHICAGO RESTAURANT. The best eatng place In the city of Deadwood. Nice tables are set. and everything In the way of eatable Ib provided, to the entire satisfaction of the guests. Short orders serveO 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 WONO CHONG. i'rnp. . o DR. WELD Has returned from his eastern trip an his patients can now find him as his office in the Smith block. SB pieces gaai !SThSK ix. .nrim -nk.ord ixi.mw.ku O""" in bl- a whitelas kiiiiinl al an. tort; ffrryhnHy i,wta4ruMamii,wtiTriiriUB u,. do rth.to r k t m j.k4jr. i t - t to"VJf-g' m, Milne, .JilnMlg jMkk, wlB m H ftwlDoMixfm. Enfra.nilullWccUl. fiTiiklart I'm- i Til i AS8nnltrWmda , 1 N. E. WOOD. A. M., M. D.t President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute, 017 LaSalle Avenue, Chicago, ill. (EaUblUbed in Chicago 81a ce Haj lit, 17. ) The oldet, UrccMt, miHt n-llable mmd muctmtul brilloial iQAtltutton in lUc N'trthwent. I'rlvn room fur ntt-nU wlllt frllltlea for My rmrra;rniy. rvl(l upertluu performed In lb momt KlNitlfl4' manner Writ f'-r rnvuifcia ..n Deformitka nnl Hrmen,C1ub Feet, Curvatu' ol tli Spine. I'ileM. Tumont, Can-?r, Catarrh, BmnhltiM, rarniin. Kpiley. Kidney, Bladder. Kyw. Kar.Skin and lil.d IdHeaMK. and all Nurlual ()ratlJUbt. Be?t facilities, piaratu and remetliea f'ir the HUccewntul treatment of eery form of diaease re)iiirini? rneiln-al or hurK'tal treatment. He abaolutely cuttantee t enre Tery ca of 'erTou lebllltj ami diMasert renultltu fromatmMH and inditM-i etioiis f Youth and Manhooil ; Nnernator rhflpa, Memlnal Weakne muiit (issci. Impute ncr Ihhh of exnn piwrr, arleoeele, llydrocehs Mtrle-lure, I'hlmonia, etc., ete., Charge Keanonable anil fiierifii e are important -N" tnen-ut y nr injurious inedirhieH unel timriunt t nlm work or liuBinetts - No Incurable caae a4'eepted. No medicine tent CO 1. ailure is unknown t Uf, we cure thouttaiulx annually. have ten tho(iani tt-tirnonial letters (in tile from Urate! u I p&tienlx ptrniauenlly cured. W rite u tday 1'atientK fi oni a distance treated by inai 1 - Slitu-iuta Hi-ut r.rfryu'ffrr fnr frmn yazr a mi brraknyr- Stuff full hftory anil wart yifitom of ymr rtu and wild for opinion and terra '-m-ulfat ion free anil cnnfMcutial, teroiiully or b letter 1 HO page Hoot on nil Chronlo arid Kurffieal IHaeaAca end Umt of ltfO queatlona free, Mention 'lus paper. ) The Millard, 13th anJ Douglass Sts. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. I.KADIN'O HOTKI, OF THK WEST. American Plan J2.6U per day and bj. European Plan $1.00 per day and up. Strictly first -class In every respect J, E. MARKEL & SON. M. H, LYON, P0BL1C ASSAYER AND SAMPLER. DEADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA GO TO . . . FRANK SCHREYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, No. too Sherman St. pPR A COMPLFTE CLEAKUP Plunge, Turkish, Tflkfi a Hot r Cold Bath innu u and a yjne Shave at Main St. Deadwood, ED. HARTS. THE DERBY Is Headquarters For Wines, Liquors and Cigars. I4attt tttttftft The Henshaw . . European Hotel Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN, Prop. 1609 Parnam St. - Omaha, Neb 'fT'"iUhi ! -CUPIDEN -bin vraat Vaaatan French phyrtctoo, Tili quickly eius oo of J1 wj or night. Preveiita raM t mt-m Mvia visa an aannm bk r ncMl Ul Sr. ' l."H-'-. (i .-i.irrh.ea ft"'! nav j ;iV:;!:r;:'l;!(ftuDiJi .aiEH . 7 " VJO BOW THEJRT HEADS? Lead Steam COMPANY 17 South QohTSt All Orders by Telephone will bi Promptly Attended to HARRISON TELEPHONE 254. Our Wagon will Call on Deadwood Customers Dailr All Work Gdjrmteed. 0. ROBERTS, Manager ED. HART, Agent, Deadwood. FIRST ANNUAL BALL Under the Auspices of the W. C. 0. F., and A. 0. H., to be held In the opera house, March 17, 1899. Executive Committee. M. J. Donovan, Jno. Tlerney, Jaa. Frawley, P. T. Kelley, Timothy Foley. Committee on Tickets. Jaa. Cuslck;. Jaa, Frawley, P. T. Kelley, Mrs. C. Basse, Mrs. N. McDonough, Mrs. H- McGlll, Mrs. Munick. Reception Committee. Nell McDonough, Jaa. Frawley, Matt Plunkett, John L. Sullivan, MIsa E. S-llg. Mrs. Jno. Tlerney, Mrs. J. P. Lat-fey, Henry McGllL Floor Committee. ; J. P. Laftey, H. Donovan, J. J. Koaa-ter, Mart MCDonough, Jamaa Cnatek. Timothy Foley, M. Katan, David Brown. Mpslc by the Trio Orchestra. Supper at Palace Cafe. TlckeU $1.00. - . DISSOLUTION NUTiUia. t hereby giva notice that tne par" " " . Ttnm ,in tTisrtinr between C H. WW a11 mrself baa been dissolved, aa it w txi Mmonalbla f or any bOW oootracted by Mr. DonnelL. nor wIB I pay Oa debta of tba latter. . CASL BLsUOL MhrTfrnPrC LAUNDRY iiiiiinnn DCOTftDLn I f 1 IJn , L I"moa ' . . .-.w- n iilv k' i a uHi imii MfaMrafflvf n ai artVfll Mi J c!t'7J Ta 1D K. a maUta'a

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