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March 16, 1899

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 8

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- m a tntrr n n orici THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, THURSDAY MORHINU, MAitx 10, xog. FRBSH GOODS AT THE LOWEST f 4 4r rfr 4 4 4.- For frost bites, burns, indolent sores, eczema, skin disease, and espec PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DELIVERY AT THE STANDARD ially piles, DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT Calumet" Does Not Batons to Baking Powder Trust, but Oon-lumtrtM Rapid ly Laarnlac to Place Thotr Trust In "Calumet." stands first and best. Look out for dU honest people who try to imitate and counterfeit 1L It's their endorsement of a good article. Worthless goods are no; imitated. Get DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by Kirk O. Philllp3. omxnsa Mrs. Not, proprietor of ?the Ladies Clerk wanted tar Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Enquire at Bloom's. BrerythJing new and neat at tb Hotxner. The Flah a Hunter Co. Sell Kemmerer coal. All grocers sell Diamond "C" Soap, It has no superior for laundry use. "Give me a liver regulator ami I can regulate the world," said a genius. The druggist handed him a bot.lj uf DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. For sale by K 'i O. Phillips. An exclusive line of ladies and children's goods is being received daily for the Ladiew Bazaar which will be opened in a few days in the building form NONE 80 COOD. Bazaar has arrived from New York where she purchased a complete stock of iadiea and children's wear. There is only one genuine Diamond "C" Soap. See that the name la on the wrapper. You will be able to fit yourself out in shoes for mere nothing from -bjig shoe sale which takes place Wednesday, March 15. Shoes are all in good GIGANTIC SALE! 19 THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Dr. Gantz, dentist, over Rosenthal's clothing store, CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. TRAMP piano tuners, wonderful fellows, all of them. Thirty-thre? (32) years experience in a wagon shor and boiler factory; but you don't KNOW that they are any better than any body else. Keep your money at horn". HAPPY BILL IS COMING. WATCH FOR HIM. What ARK? Ifc'Motith's ARK. Well, what of Ie.Ioiitlis AKK? Can't you see the point? Some do, why not you? Oh! What a what ' Why what a chance for bargains at THE ARK. From Jan. 8 until April 1 Miss L. M. Lyon will do all kinds of dressmaking THE CITY. erly occupied by Smith & Whealen. A nickel Alarm Clock for. 35 Diamond "C" Soap wrappers and 50 cents. A marriage license was issued yesterday to Charles Stevenson and Kit- tie Beals, both of Ieadwood. There will bo a meeting tonight of the Red Menu Ixigue in the lodge Zipp'a (or One shoes. Rooms to let at the Holzner. Far elegant dllppers go to Ztpp's. Keznmerer coal U cheaper fuel by 20 per ant than any other bituminous coal on the aiarket COMING! COMING ! ! HAPPY BILL. WAIT FOR U.IM. Zlpp can fit any toot to porfeotioh. Lady's gold plated Waist Set tree with Diamond "C" Soap wrappers. Ask your grocer about It. -cheap as well as nrsi-ciass. room. My order of Soren .lewsen, One ton of Kemmerer coal for fuel Is equal to one cord of good oak wood, or 1,700 pounds of Anthracite coal. Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure ministers were greatly dis turbed by coughing congregations No excuse for it now. For sale by Kiii tl. Phillips IP YOU ARE NOT BUYINQ AT THE STANDARD CASH GROCERY, SHERMAN ST., YOU ARE LOSINO MONEY. THE NEW CUSTOMERS ARE INCREASING DAILY. Furnished rooms aft. reasonable rates by the day, week or month, at the Hoi zner. Gilbert Toww of the Mountain Mea dow ranche is In the city shopping and renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Tow according to work on the garment. Her work guarantees itself, having worked here eight years with W. E. Lowe and J. C. Haines, In charge of their dressmakirjg departments. She will now be found at 55 Sherman st, room 4, over Red Anvil, Adams block. COMING SOON, COMING SI.7 RE. HAPPY BILL, HAPPY BILL. Not one hild dies where ten formerly er settled on the Mt, Meadow ranche Tremendous Reductions! FOR THIS WEEK. 30 in. Novelty Dress Goods, former price 20c , onw 12. 34 in. Checked Dress Goods, former price 20c, now 12Mi-36 in. Dress Flannel, former price 50c now 35c. 100 Pieces Dress Calico (10 yd pieces) 50c. 100 doz. Ladies Black Hose, 75c doz. 50 doz. Turkish Towels, worth $6,00, $4 per doz. Home Made Comforts, to close, at $1.50 Jersey Ribbed Union Suits, 55c a suit. The very latest Brocade Novelty Silks in Black and Colors, 77c. Call and see them at AJ. LIEBMANN. March 20, 1876, twenty-three years ago. The American colony in London has its long bouts on and Its panto turned up for business. The English public at last shows sings of taking hold of rain- Diamond "C" Soap Is made by the died from crosp. People have lea nea lng enterprises once more, and the Cudahy Packing Co., of South Omaha. the value of One Minute Cough Cuie boys are all ainging "what will ithe har- and use it for severe lung ami throat JSold by grocers everywhere. I. E. Albright, the Black Hills piano tuner, can be had by telephoning 1044 troubles. It Immediately stops cougn- ing. It never falls. For sale by Kirk The Fountain City Social club will give Its next dance Tuesday night, March 21st. Lost Between the MOthodist churoU and Ingleside a small black Persian lamb sulT. Please retuirn to Pioneer -Times office and got reward. , J. J. Feldhansen, the transfer man, baa moved to Noe. 7, 11 and 13 Main Street, old MoGlll stand, where his customers may find him hereafter. For a complete list of prizes,, useful and ornamental, given tree to purchasers of Diamond "C" Soap, writs to the Cudahy Packing Co., South Omaha, Neb. old !lne, 221 new line, at S. R. Smith's q Phillips. Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the Eng- vefrt be." The Harrison Telephone company has been getting in two large poles that are ito be st up near the ofhe, across from the H).stoffice block, one of them to le placed right at the corner, and the other some distil nee from the corner, on which to string the myriad ot wires that center there. The poles are 76 feefl long, and very heavy. It re Furniture Store. Has had 22 years experience. P. 0. Box 416, Lead S. D. 900 pairs of elegant quality shoes worth up to $4.50 per pair, all go at $1.00 per pair at Chase's. BY riAVINu THE NICKLES AND DIMES YOU ARE EARNING DOLLARS DURING THE YrOAR. YOU ,.N DO THIS BY BUYING AT THE STA NDARD CASH STORE, SHER-MA I STREET. Call on Charlie, the Tailor, Lee street for prices before ordering elsewhere. nd The doors at the great Are shoe sale qu"rei1 a great a,nmln,t of w,,rk t0 " lish Baptist Church at Minersville, Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, was advi.tcd to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He .says: "A few applications of this liuament proved of great ser-vi to me. It subdued the intlamma-tlon and relieved the pain. Should any Bufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial It will please me." For sale by all druggists. Wait for the opening of the Indies Bazaar. Over four thousand pair shoes from mem, cut mem down, anil nam tnem Sweet and clean are clothes washed had to be locked on account of the crowds. Those who could not get admittance, will be abbe to get u today. The great fire shoe sale has only tak en part of the shock. There are a great many shoes left which people "who at Wednesday's sale did not get a chance of seeing. , The prices that shoes were sold for at the great fire sale were never heard of by ohe oldest 'inhabitants of Dead-wood. The sale will continue until all the shoes are sold. into the city ,and a force of men were at work upon them for several days. L. E. Tomblin, the Job printer, arrived in 'Ohe city yesterday from Lead-ville, Colorado, 'WTTere he had been working for the past several months in the prlnuing business. He had a good position, and says it Is not difficult to obtain employment in 'the printing offices there; but few men can stand it at that al'tiitude, and 1t was this that made him throw up his place. M. D. W. Karcher shoe stock will be offered for sale Wednesday. As the season of the year when pneu monia, la grippe, sore throat, coughs, with Diamond "C" Soap. If you want a nice lunch at anytime, stop in and see Cacy, at the Bodega, Coffee and rolls for a light lunch In ths morning, 15c. J. H. Graham, D. D. S., denUl parlors ? f8 $ ? ? , 4 1 "f T colds, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "ls a fine substitute," will "an Siewers, the old Dead wood printer to The Spearflsb. train left swer the purpose," or is "Just as gooi" yesterday fining back to this city, and Mr. Tomv as One Minute Cough Cure. That is the noraui winy, anu pw ra une oay gei- hUn vhMghx had started. The alti ting through. Some hard drifts were en- was too high for him. and he auf one infallible remedy for all lung, throat or bronchial troubles. Insist countered, and It was a laborious pas- feped witll affectation of the neck Surprise Dollar Sale! vigorously upon having it it Yome- thlnjj.else" is offered you. For sale by 7. Kirk G. Phillips. For Hot Springs Kidney Springs and Piedmont Springs water, delivered In car' boys, freeh, telephone Keith. 140 or 99. e e e e e e e A masque bail will be given at the over First National bank, Deadwood. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Silverware tree to users of Diamond "C" Soap. Ask your grocer. I have been afflicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief. I was able to be around all the time but constantly suffering. I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was toxd to try Chamberlain's Fain Balm, which l did, and was Immediately relieved and In a short time cured. I am happy to say that it has not since returned. Josh Edgar, Qermantown, Cal. For sale by all druggists. You will find that Kemmerer coal is no more expensive to use than lignite coal, and is much more satisfactory. W. L. Neil, D. D. 8., All kinds of dental work carefully done by the latest methods. Office and residence o rer Phillips' drug store. Open evenings until 9 o'clock. sae. B. S. Marvin, train master, went and head Mr Tom;bJn wnul on to Stur. Along on the train. gla 1n tlle evenJllgi to hia Oapt- Jeffries of the Lead Salvation whom he had left at that place ATmy' mfL? "T8 aS Wall, of Carbonate Camp, ls day evening where the Cap, will hold M. VM u , ,. , . , . , . . ,, . nla eyes. He last one of them last fall. bttIobb. Services will be held at the Dv y, M,llMr . ., . , ' . . . . . . , v Dy neing struck in the pupil by a frag- Dendwood barracks tonight and Xo- m,t . . ,, , ' 11148 ment or rock, while alt work in wnu .morrow nilgU by the local officers and of hl, K T or nls diggings, the fragment so cut- moKnm' - ting mto the iball of the eye that the 1 '' The engine Hhwt wias t (have pulled "amid escaped. Thts was attended to, Cndght train No. 6 ou of this city yes-,1 owing to hia age and taftrmitfeB it fcerday inorning at 6 o'clock broke hl&8 affected the other eye quite badly, down In the yards, and tme train did n1 there are fears (that he will lose u get out of the city yesterday, as th 8ibt of that alao. Mr. Wall has tber was not an engine on hand to been dreadfully beset of late years. ' pull tt It was Conductor Sanborn's ' About two and a half years ago bis Forest house In St. Onge Friday nagtt of this week, March 17th, for which a general invitation is issued. Every one to assured of a good time and a good In order to make room for our immense spring: purchases, we will, commencing- Saturday, February 26th, offer the greatest bargains ever shown in Deadwood, consisting ol Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. supper. The shoes that were saved from Kar cher's shoe score end taken by the In surance Co, sold (for mere nothing, will be offered for sale Wednesday, March 15. Two doors below Sam train. The trata stood on the side-tract on, and only support, was killed In the ScHwarUwald. o BEST OR. ALL e e To dense the system in a gentle and O USB TALKING That new In la the yards all day Just as tt had been big fire at Butte, Montana, and the old made up In the morning. t gentleman in almost (too far advanced j . , , ' . Ito take care of htmself. , Both passenger trains were late into Deadwood yestercray on aooourrt of a Some. of the locomotives that run feaa-ftil snow storm in Nebraaka, mii irAo the cty show damage imie i way to ba tha worst of Uhe year. The Elk- the glass being broken out of the Iran got in about two hours .-Kite. 'oalD windows by the fonce of the snow reaching Deadwood shortly, after 1 'that they have encounitered in thir strument at Hawley's Piano Store truly beneficial manner, when the springtime comes, use the true and per fect remedy, Syrup of igs. Buy the riore Goods For One Dollar Than you ever dreamed possible 900 PAIRS genuine. Manufactured by the Caa fornla Fig Syrup Co. only, and far sale by all druggists at 50 cents per bottle, o'clock, and the BurHngoon, which in order to get through some of I fOwuld have been here at 12:30, did not the drifts 1: is necessary- tin hit them at A CARD FROM JUDGE EARLY . To the Editor of the Pioneer-Times : get here until 4:10 In the afternoon. A ' speed ,and the snow that is thrown special train was made up at this end . UP ty the pilot comes back against the ,by h BurHngton, and was sen: out' b with terrific force. The danger of In charge of Charles Sifk, one of tne . having he grass broken out of the -: OF : The article appearing In the teeue of your paper yesterday morning, In the matter of the arrest of three boys, does takes the whole cake. It is for YOU no trifling" people can now make their own musks and real muslo too, No. 29, by tha PostoSce. Hundreds of valuable presents given free with Diamond "C Soap wrappers, Ask your grocer all about It. Mother Dickinson of Lead is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. P. Lorey, In this city for a abort time. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. Tha newest and most comfortable rooms in the city are at tne Holxner The official vote of the county printed In tabulated form can be had at the Pioneer-Time. " Do Not Put Off until tomorrow the duty that ought to bo done today. If 2 ireagai oooauoiors on cne roaa, meei own aovraicea on tne en- lag the ncomlng train at one of the Sine Aat pulled the Ellchorn passenger ataUons a short dS stance the other side rata imto this city yesterday by hav- me an injustice. I neither advised nor authorised rn any way the arrest of the boya The first knowledge J had of tne i lng slats nailed across the glass. When at Englewood. window la smashed In by the enow it matter was on my return from dinner. Men's Womens and Children's Shoes. . becomes very uncomfortable at times for the engineer and fireman, as it is The policeman then i informed me that he (had three boys locked up in a cell bout like being hit by a landslide. and I had them tauned&ately released. Lee M. Hall came down from Crown I should not have permitted their confinement had I been aware that K was Hill yesterday rooming, and spent the your blood la Impure and you feet weak contempratoed. day. in the city. He says the snow In the vicinity of his place is the deepest and wearyy take Hood's Sarsaparilla P. H. EARLY, J. P, at once. he ever saw there at this time of the YV $1 Per Pair The Pioneer-Times bad learned Of the injustice done Judge Early before Hood's Pills cure all liver Ills. Mailed year. Upon getting off Uhe beaten track the snow is from four to live feet deep, recerrrag the above note from him and for 25 cents oy C L Hood aV Co., Low ell. Mass. and it ts absolutely Impossible to get wouio nave made the correctfion. it is a pleasure to set the Judge right be over tt country without snow shoe. PIANOS TUNED by C. H. Andrews Mr: Hall says lie doas not know what fore, the public,, especially so on account ot the good natured way he has taken to have the error corrected. CornVand See what $1 Will Buy. of . the Trio orchestra, 41 Le street, Miller block." Mad orders promptly answered, Harrison Phone 150. - lm. the result will be when al this mow goes off, but Iftt goes off by a4mply thawing K will probably not do any -.... . . J. W. CuTran, the loan and Insurance damage. If it goes with a rain, as K All kinds ef trash rat flowers on hand lV-AAMPRE agent, has money to loan m small or has been known to, it la Hkelr to t Mrsi If, MahiasTEtf CHASE 6 SELL CHEAP t cause floods In the lower precincts of the Black HlHs. All of the gulchee ot dr.jlft. watjltetjs, , ' physician; surgeon AND OTNAJECOLOaiST. . Over Goldberg's store. Main Street. Dr. Gluthe's Celebrated Trasses on the upper country are packed full of snow, and there ts a large amount- of Telephone 1141 old Una Lead, S. D. ANHKUSEH-USCH. 8T. LOUIS AND PABST WIlAVACKEH BKEB. 13 MADB 0 MALT AND HOPS ONLY. BXNCX CALL rOK XT. . -V-d The King Pin . Carr & Berry Block, Deadwood. moisture on hand that baa got to seek tta level In one way or another. ' Cr THEM ALL IS COKING.,

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