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

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Wednesday, March 29, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1899. For frost bites, burns, indolent 1r 4 4 , !- "Latest things tn chiffon ties at the For elegant slippers go to Zipp'a . New goods arriving daily at Chase's. sores, eczema, skin disease, and espec LADIES BAZAAR. ially piles, DeWitt's Witch Haxel Salve Bargains in evei-y department of the Blockade over. Rock Springs coal Calumet Ahaiei (healthful i Ark. Come and see. at Stearns & Company. V FOOD Shirred ribbons, newest thing for No old goods In stock. Everything brand new at the Seabtck Millinery par- collars and belts, at the LADIES BA ZAAR. lore. Opposite B. & M. depot. Open Baking stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counterfeit It It's their endorsement ot a good article. Worthless goods are not imitated. Get DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sold. by Kirk G. Phillips. The newest and most comfortable rooms in the city are at die Holzner Before the discovery of One Minute Ninety per cent of the people have ing today. Go and see something up- some kind of humor in the blood, and this causes many diseases. Hood's Sarsaparllla cures these diseases by ex to-date and stylish. Mr. Tegaaty has always made a brilliant success in everything musical and in the opera Mikado Which will be given under his direction to Miners' Un Powder polling the humor. none 80 COOD J s Cough Cure ministers were greatly dia Hood's Pills are non-irritating and turbed by coughing congregations. No ion hall at Lead City, April 6, he will excuse for it now. For 6ale by Kirk G. the only pills to take with Hood's Sar saparilly. equal all his previous efforts. Mrs. M. Liebmann will have her Phillips. J. J. Feldhansen, the transfer man. IF YOU ARB NOT BUYING AT JHB Easter opening next Saturday, and ber has moved to Nos. 7. 11 and 13 Main McAi THE CITY. STANDARD CASH GROCERY, SHER parlors will be filled with potted lilies street, old McGUl stand, where his cus Take tomers may find him hereafter. MAN ST.. YOU ARB LOSING MONEY. THB NEW CUSTOMERS ARB INCREASING DAILY. Mil Two tuition certificates issued by the Sioux Falls Business college can be Furnished rooms at reasonable rates had at a liberal discount at the Pioneer by the day, week or month, at the Hoi zner. Times office. Good In any of the de 1 A partments of the institution and cut flowers. She invites her friends, both ladies and gentlemen, to call and examine her line on that day. She is going too have more flowers than ever before, and they will be of the finest class to be obtained. The opera Mikado which will be given by local talent in Lead Cilty, under the direction of John M. Tegarty, April 5, is one of the best turned out by Gilbert & Sullivan full of pretty, catchy rauBk-aind the fact Ithat the finest bari 9(W pairs of elegant quality shoes r!rc worth up to M-60 per pair, all go at and All accounts due the Ayres & Ward man Hardware company must be settled at once. Pay up and save trou $1.00 per pair at Chase's. BY tSAVINu THE NICKLES AND DIMES YOU ARE EARNING DOLLARS DURING THE TulAR. YOU GIGANTIC SALE! Tremendous Reductions! FOR THIS WEEK. 30 in. Novelty Dress Goods, former price 20c , onw 12ft. 34 in. Checked Dress Goods, former price 20c, now 12ft- 36 in. Dress Flannel, former price 5fo now 35c. 100 Pieces Dress Calico (10 yd pieces) 50c. 100 doz. Ladles 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 t suit. The very latest Brocade Novelty Silk in Black and Colors, 77c. Call and see, them at M. LIEBMANN. DO THIS BY BUYING AT THB Zlpp's for floe shoes. Boom to let at the Holzner. Found A sold ring. Pioneer-Times. Grand Millinery opening today at Seebick's Parlors. Graham's teams are again hauling ere from the Monarcn to t'he smelter. T. R. Sttoner, manager of the dry goods department of the Brick 9tore was In the city yesterday. The largest cud newest stock of ladles' tailor made ' suite separate skkrta and waist is to be found at Ghats'. Wanted A cutter and n titer. Good wages Ho competent person. Mm. Kucee, did Olympic club room, Mr. Seeblck's opening of spring millinery (take place today, and ladles contemplating the purchase of Easter hats and bonnets should not fall to call. Our fellow townsman, Million L. Bal-dy, will ippeBir as "Nanld Pdo" in Mi tone who has ever been In the" Hills is Do direct it, is a guarantee of its com plete success. Prof. R. B. George of Chicago will organize a musical Institute In this city about April 10. Prof. George has been a musical 'director and teacher for twen ty-eeven years and always takes an in STANDARD CASH STORE, SHER-MA. I STREET. Call on Charlie, the Tailor, Lee street for prices before ordering elsewhere. J. H. Granam, D. D. S., dentil parlors over First National bank, Deadwood. Crown and bridge work a specialty. I. E. Albright, the Black Hills piano tuner, can be had by telephoning 1044 old line, 221 new line, at S. R. Smith's Furniture Store. Has had 22 years experience. P. 0. Box 416, Lead S. D. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. creased interest in vocal music during ble and expense. GEO. V. AYRES, President and General Manager. Ten wood choppers wanted by Percy Brothers, Two Bit A new stock of stylish spring millinery has just arri ved at the Ackermann millinery parlors on Main street and will be displayed by Thursday or the last of the week. The Singers' club of Lead is going to present the opera "The Mikado ' at the Lead Opera house on the evening of April 5, and It will undoubtedly bo the finest musical entertainment givu in the Black Hills this year. There wTll be forty voices, and they will include the best of this city as well as W. L. Neil, D. D. S.. All kinds of dental work carefullr done by the latest methods. Office and residence over Phillips' drug store. Open evenings until 9 o'clock. the progress of his work in any com munity. He Is at present conducting an institute at Spearfish. The lovers of music in Deadwood may antioioalte t I much pleasure In this the most useful of arts with the advent of Prof. George. kado at Miners' Union hull, Lead Oiity, April 6, bed hlB many admirers will regret it If they do not seize the opportunity to hear Mm in this beautiful opera. Fii it a ill There will be an extensive display ot Easter gloves in all the laltest style and shades at the Ackermann Millinery parlors. Walt for the opening the Milk O USE TALKING Thai new In inery, N strument at Hawley's Piano Store 46 Sherman Street, Deadwood, South Dakota. Opporite B. & It. Paw. Depot, last of this week. Jesse Simmons came up from Key atone Sunday, and is vtaUDlng bis moth er. He has ibeen employed tn the com It Gives me great -pleasure to announce pany store at Keystone, but be has re turned to Deadwood Ho remain. that I will show, on and after Jtfarch 29, i8gg. a Large and elegant variety of THE BIO BRICK STORE alt Lead an Bounces a grand opening display of millinery beginnfag March 30, tomor r French Tazlerr.c- row, and ontttoulng throughout the week. Wearers of 'Women's headgear takes the whole cake. It la for YOU no trifling people can now make their own music and real music too. No. 29, by the Postofflce. Have you seen the elegant line of Misses' spring Jackets at Chase's? ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST WILWAUKEB BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOK IT. Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the English Baptist Church at Minersville, Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, was advloed to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: "A few applications of this linament proved of great service to me. It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain. Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial K will please ma" For sals by all druggists. know what the Brick Store openings t have been In the past, and It will excel and exclusive designs of my own. Trusting to have the favor of your call, I remain. ji. F. Sccbick. formerly vith W. E. Lout 4 Cb. (this season. Mayor Star sent a force of men up Spruce gulch yesterday to chop the Ice out of the road In (the places where there Is danger of vehicles sliding over Into the'oreek below. The city can well afford to keep (the roads bo Two Bit, and Oaten In repair far beyond the city limit ior all the trade of that section comes to Deadwood. It is ZIpp can fit any foot to perfection ilflONEY SAVED We save money by Buying Goods for CASH. Taking all the Cash DISCOUNTS. .. ws. tternooe B est-Tegarty, -wife ot FRESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DELIVERY AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT oar baritone singer, John M. Tegarty, bout the only district that the trade wui appear to Mikado as "Katdsha. ts not cut off j boom smaller town. This is the first publis appeamoce of 18 THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. this talented and atradiTe younc lady THB FUNK & W AON ALLS as a wooallst, and the opportunity to Clothing and hats are being sold absolutely without regard to oast at Chase's. As the season of the year when pneu monia, la grippe, sore throat, coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "is a line substitute," will "answer the purpose," or is "Just as good" as One MJnuts Cough Curs. That is the one Infallible remedy for all long. A ebJld's set stiver plated knife, fork hear her should trot be overlooked. and spoon free for Diamond "C" Soap ' Thoxnae Hurley, (foreman of the Sun set mine inRutoy Basin, and John Hur Hard Dictionary wrapper. Ask your grocer. TRAMP piano tuners, wonderful fei ley, of Lead, received wrd yesterday of the death of their . nwflher, Mrs. I lows, all of them. Thirty-thre (S3) T ! 0- 1 l. l.n DAAlll In 1 Catherine Hinea, at Sioux CAy, Iowa, throat or bronchial troubles. Insist Cfcloueaia'niltlariif tic'Woi.i. SOL865 VOCABULARY TERMS . - r j- years experience In a iragon shop and boiler factory; but you don't -KNOW T lurgtquariUUeg. -irili9ia'eiiBlBriiWV Tlgovmujly upon havlnrJiJfjteme- oi iuns trouMe. They left on the Blknora far Sioux City,' to attend the that thar ars.any bt Wmy j thtnTTr1roirered you. For sale by 247 EDITORS AND SPECIALISTS have six large stores in whloh to place them. e!. Keep your money at hom. Kirk O. Phillips. MOtBADEBajm QUOTATION The astnnlshtng low prices mad by ' Now is the time to take advantage of 1.009 ILLUSTRATIONS ,-., Hl! ai rs. K. JC. GTlmshaw 1s recover big steadily from the effects of the paralytic shock she suffered several months the cut rates offered by the Burlington V.WSS ni os STpiaineq only In on Our customers receive the benefit of our doM way: ; Cash buymc amd cash selHng. Rout to Portland, Seattle and Taoo- T purchaies and cash diacoants. Trimmings for evening waists and ago, and Is sibfe to be out of bed. and to walk about Che house some. As ma. You can purchase through tickets from Deadwood to the above points at the rate of $30.35. ribbons at the LADIES BAZAAR. I havs been afflicted with rheuma soon as ttfus weather Urn proves she ex !OST OVER 1960,000 I - , , . . APPENDIX OF 47.46 ;'. ? CYCLOPEDIA. OF 28,000 ENTRIES , U FULL PAGE MAPS ?. y s ? Not ;what the leading Universities ay: .".,..-. ?(',! ;,tf .s v' HARVARD UNIVERSITY: . vr Prot Aadrew Prestos Peabody: "The Standac Dictionary will prove L of la- We loose no had SLceonnta. since we sell Oafy Glvs me a liver regulator and I can pects to tart for Boston; where her daughter, Miss Myrtle, Is ttnding tism for fourteen years rod nothing X ior CASH. Our customers need not pay for other regulate the world." said a , genius. seemed to give any teliet ' I was able VOU Will un ooaaervacory or inualc ' ...... . - ...... '' :i. .." ! to be aroend all the time bat constant The druggist handed him a bottle of DeWitt's little Early Risen, the fa j. F. (Amuntogs, who arrrred ,; last find big week from Boston, has purchased M. . valuable Service, and will last while mous little pill. For sals by KXfi O. ly suffering. I had triad everything I could hear of and at last was totd to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which 1 Fhmips. L. Day's ttterest in the ; Sunnatf Gold Mining comoany, whose property is in PTomas" county, Caltfornla. . The From Jan. t ontU April 1 Miss L, If. the- English language restain essentially unchanged." ' p:r ALB ITNIVIJTY: p Prwt; E Ji Wielps, ' x-MlnlBtr to Lyon will do all kinds of dressmaking did, and was immediately relieved and la a short time cured, X am hippy to ay that it has tot sines returned. company recently moved Its office to cheap aa well as flrst-claas. Prices Deadwood, as Mr Day owned a control MONEY SAVED according to work on the garment Josh Edgar, Germantown. CaL For of khe stock, but Mr.1 Cummmgs intends to move ft back to Boston withls aw by an druggists. urea Britain: "The work u tremely well atone througnoHt. I have no doubt that for general and practical purposes tt llUhe best American short time. Oh, for a word to describe those cake t , . . . . Pns at the Ark. They heat anything. uiL-uuiiai7 now Bvwiaoie, Prof. Reno and hlfe doss will arrive ar work guarantees itself; . having worked hers sight years with W. H. Lows and J. a Hjlnee. in charge of their dressmaking department. She will bow be found at u Sherman st., room 4, over Red Anvil. Adam bkxl. I , 'j - ' ' : BEST OF ALL : s '-i OXFORD UNIVERSITY? --- oa or new, in cake pans. They v w wn oiuuogwa VMtMj. JJOQl maSS the most convenient and sattefaotorr, Prof. A, HSayce. the Eminent Phil- the Reno show at the Opera house to- Ask to see them when yon co to the oaogaat: !"The standard Dictionary Is night. When Reno was in the HUls Arte sor bargains. mm: rury magnificent, and worthy of the let year he had 43m reputation ot giv-great contlnen: which has produced tog one of the very best of entertain- Everything new and at th Tn clenee the system In a gontle and Hotsner. , iLitu certain to supercere all other ments, and we have the assurance that existing dictionaries of the English his program (tonight -win be ; better truly beneficial manner, when , th Dr. Oants, dentist, over Rosenthal's springtims comes, use the true and per tanguage. nuuJ i- t ' ' than before. Take the ohlldren to sea clothing store. CROWN AND BRIDGE rect remedy. Syrup of ntga. Buy the . I w 1 1 isiii CAW- CAMEIUDGB UNIVERSITY: his wonderful troupe of educated doge. WORK. genuine. Manufactured 1y the - Cao- rrot j. 4s. isandyB: s n is as admir-; The cost ts small and their - piasure fornia Fig Syrup Co. Dia- work, and deserves no1 become will be great, Not one hild dies where ten formerly Reno's dogs are said to by all drtgkt at 50 cents per bottle, j amoas on both 4Bde of tDe Atlan- be one of the ale frtotraroap. people havs learned the value of One Minute Conrh Cure inlry, and never fail to please , all All kinds of fresh nt and nee it for severs lung and throat towers a sand WHERE THEY s mi, jb, AftnmstniT. -.r - troubles. It Immediately stone eouch- CHASE'S JO SELL CHEAP Ing. , It. never falls. Fee- sals by Kirk 9 VcciwU'.sjpy Contains srer Two and who witness them wonderful feats of Cne-TLlrl Times more Terms than c leaping, -raltzing, hurdla racing, etc. "7 other One- or Two-Volume' Die-' The trained birds a.nd Darmy Dobui. - -T. E-1 s . 1 on r-arment of f 1.0 the bender, will be pleasing spedattiea. i . v'-juid t:.a per month, by Admission 25 and 35 cent; rfilldren T.. n. V,"ATr.2, "A;at, 1 'f under. U years, 15 cents. Tickets on . :y Ave , d -s iwood, s. D. ela at FtankUa's. i ; DR. A. Ft. NAULTEUS, IHYSICTAN. SURGEON ' ; AND GYNAECOLOGIST. Orat GoUberg's Store, Uaia Strset. For Hot Bprlna Bdney Eorlnri ed Oarr & Berry Bloclc, Deadwood. PiedBMat Spring water, delivered la ear-boys, fresh, telephone Keith. 140 sr ts. sana. -

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