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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, April 4, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES,. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1899. 1 ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Zlpp's for fine shoes. CHARLEY, THE TAILOR, LEE ST. Sporting goods at the RED ANVILvtf Rock Springs coal to burn at Stearns & Company. There's a difference in soaps. You're safe when you buy Diamond "C" Soap. J. W. Curran, the loan and insurance agent, has money to loan in small trr large amounts, and no delay to get. Have You Seen Them? If Not You've a Pleasure to Come. DAINTY LINGERIE. A line of lingerie which In dalntinsss and low prices will appeal to every woman who sees it, is displayed this week at the Ladles Bazaar. Everything in cambric and muslin, both lace and embroidery trimmed, is shown. A few prices quoiedtie'ow will show how surprisingly low are the prices but to appreciate the quality and beauty of the goods, it is necessary to see them: Cambric nightgowns, trimmed in valencienes lace and insertion, $1.50. Skirt to match, $1.45. Chemise to match, 75c. Corset cover to match, 45c. Drawers to match, 85c. Cambric nightgown trimmed in embroidery, $1.45. Chemise to match, 75c. Skirt to match, $1,25. Corset cover to match, 45c. Muslin nightgown embroidery trimmed, S5c. t IPresent the Best Sight in Town is Our Handsome Stock of New Goods Which includes the Telephone 1145 old l'ne. Lead, S. D. There is only one genuine Diamond "C" Soap. See that the name is on the wrapper. Mrs. Maloney will entertain the M. K. Ladies Aid society at her home on Ingleside Tuesday afternoon, April 4. A marriage license was issued yesterday to Richard O. Roberts and Nellie Ormsby, both of Terry. Pick of the Market . D. C. Baker received word Sunday of the death of Ms farther In Ohio, and left for that state Sunday evening. No suffering to have teeth out when you take gas or vitalized air. Dr. Ganitz .has administered It for NEW TIES Bright, Fresh, NewEaster Ties in the Puffs, Tecks, Ascots, Bows and Strings. Skirt to match, 85c Corset cover to match, 35c. Drawers to match, 50c. Cambric skirt trimmed with torchen lace, $1.35. Drawers to match, 40c. The Ladies Bazaar also shows a beautiful line of Infants short and long slips in cambric and nainsook, plain and elaborately trimmed and a large variety of underclothes. years successfully. Call on him. Mrs. Gosselin recently made St. Am-broHe church the present of two very beautiful cut glass vases that were used Easter Sunday for the flrat time. Martin TLsdale, a Norwegian, yesterday lookout his first naturalization papers, And Micharlo Lehtola, a Russian, took out his second papers and changed his name to Jacobsen. ie practice of economy is a necessity, the soap used in a year is an important item, who has an eye to larger profits, may not ty Soap, but you insist on having it. Ivory e soap, through and through. That makes economical and best. New Hats, New Styles of Caps His Life Was Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful deliverence from a frightful death In telling of it he says: "I was tak en with Typhoid Fever, that rain inro Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't evsa !T FLOATS. COPYRIGHT ItM BY THC PROCUR ft GAMBl, CO CINCINNATI Men's and Boy's Clothing. (Jus Keller sent another large order of beef, pork , etc., out to the Two Bit mining camp yesterday. Gus says that his trade with the out-laying camps, and Two Bit inpartS'ular, has been bet ter than ever of late. Mlli y. the oxpn -s man. is unable to at. cud io the work of his system at prescn i. owing to one of hi.- arms YESTfcKDAY'S PERSONALS. r. m . i , mi r.& in. in i-.tnie "1 I'l.iii. n r I . l ' . I II Dill K Ij'lli sit up In bed. Nothing helped me. I expected to soon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief. I continued to use It ,and now am well and strong, I can't say too much In its pralse.'Thls marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure In the world for all Throat and Lung Troubles. Regular siies 60 cents and $100. Trial bottles free at Phillips & Steensen's Drug Store; every botMe uaranteed. II li.i.i 'Mm.- up fnmi Kapul M -Mil. having suffered a severe sp jin. The arm is ent irely helpless at tin present time, and is carried in a sliiu. l'Ol'NI) MEET 1 N'(i- A pound meeting will Ixi held a't the Salvaiiou Army hall, this city, Wednesday evening. ("it v from To Speud Mney and be Happy at the Same -- Time Go to - The Pioneers of 1876. ZOELLNER BROS CO. 647 Main Street. OUNCIL. ;. The petition t le dedication of a reel as grained as instriKiiei! to on the in j i i i i : -. .lohn M:i nsli'M i" . n electric mil way le linn..- (;f i!h- iiy e commit) e.- m ji- IcCord, Brady & Co. on their warehouse vas referred to the ion of the fiu&nce j on Mrs. Kirhevn s ed to for each . W. Kauffmann for N'a.1 hail Hal In returned Sunday .New York. I), r. Con nor of Sturgi.-i. .-pent the April 5, Conducted 1-y ('apt. Jeffries ot Lead, assisted by the offl.-u i of the Dead wood and IaJ corps. All are day in the c'ity. H. ('. HamakiT, forest supervisor us BOND ELECTION. Whereas, the contract of the city of Deadwootd for furnishing a supply of water for the use of said city will expire June 30, 1899, and whereas, tbo city will be without an adequate supply of water upon the tarmlination of said contract, and whereas, it appears to the up from Custer. Sam Morrow returned from the 'SoiiLhern Hills. Fred M. Bron reiturned Sunday from i'lankinton. J. C. Spencer arrived from his tattle ranch in Wyoming. invited. I'ncle Tom Dowd, wi'th his new plate glass froat, new paint and paper, new fixtures, now has a little the neatest jewelry store in tlhie city and yet he is not proud, but will repair 'your waboh or go iito his workshop in the rear and turn you an elegant piece of Jewelry. city council tihat It is necessary to pro .ated, and taxes rent 10, block l was John Baggeley ct al lp to bs erected at cure a supply of pure water for the use Captain Soth Bullock returned Sun day from a trip to Omaha. of the city for domestic and o:heir purposes, therefore, be it lr. Franklin U. Carpenter left Sat MONEY SAVED 1 1 urday evening .'or Omaha. Resolved. By the city council that wire and Stuart j. R. Hhelan, Jivis:n superin;eadent the following proposition be submitted to the qualified electors of the city of x Deadwood to be voted upon at the an for the Burlinjjto'i, is in the city. Fred M. Brown returned Sunday from the eastern side of the state. nual eledttion to be held in said city on Bert Davis, of the Brick Store at the 18th day of April, 1893: Shall the dty of Deadwood incur an indebtedness and issue Its bonds in tne Piedmont, -spent Sunday in the city. Ii b Kniutzen of Terry left for Hot Springs, Ark., to be treated for acliatica. sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) or so much thereof as may be neces We save money by Buying Goods for CASH. Taking all the Cash DISCOUNTS.... sary, bearing interest at not exceeding Frank Wagner returned Sunday from the Klondike, where he had been for a I to the internal ira bee, with power to Ickes as city assess inl Joseph Hatten-16 sum of $500, was r b report was re 9 on finances. Ci y ii? committee on fire vheida was left to internal improve-irney with power to r was instructed to an official map to city. rw-TetB ebsaJa? orney was indefl- six (6) per cent per annum, to furnish About thirty men arrived at Sheep canyon, this eide of Bdgemont, on the Burlington, yesterday to begin work on the immense fill to be made there this year. The steam shovels arrived Sunday. The stone culvert to already built, and the conftractoris can begin on the fill at any time. The Syndicate restaurant on Lee street is again in thi Held for business, better than ever prepare J to take care of It It is the warmest place in the winter, and the coolest and njost inviting in the summer. It is a first-class AMERICAN Restaurant, conducted by an American Who won tfoe title of col-one) over thirty years ago. The FXrller Brothers now have charge of the G-eddes barn and will make a success of it as they have of their Belle Fourohe livery business and of their horse ranch. The boys are expert horsemen, having been tra!EeqJ'Wflie-tyuHtnws treat Idhooi, and have had charge of the best bred horses the Black Hills has ever known. Six persons left Deadwood yesterday for Alaska, they being Mrs. John Duffy, Robert Evans, Lawrence Black, Jo La supply of pure waiter for the use of year and a bJalf. Chalk Wagner, wife and baby left said ofty for domestic and oher purposes. And be it further Resolved, that on election is hereby Sunday night for Omaha, to be gone a ordered as provided by an act of the We also Save money in buying goods in large quantities. TLis s made possible since we 4 week or two on a visit. Charles W. Ooe, clerk of the United States court. lefL Saturday night for S'OUX Falls to aUead federal court. John fleW4iUnltMes marshal, left for Sioux Fills Sunday might witlh some Indian prisoners, ler for Omaha to viait her parents. e have six large stores in which to place them. X legislature of South Dakota, approved March 3, 1899, for the purpose of submitting said proposition to a vote of the qualified electors of the city of Deado3ltoJWneTa'J3n-Tuwrjyrhe 18th day of April, 1899. Approved April 3, 1899. SOL STAR, Mayor. Attest: W. A. ICKES. (Sieal.) i e ; roau at len ; i Our customers receive the benefit of our close purchases and cafh discounts. We loose no bad accounts, since we sell only for GASH. Our customers need not pay for other JL 3 peoples bad accounts, Consequently you will seph Chambers, Frank Carpenter and Thomas Bulger. They went over the Burlington, and the depot platform was crowded wBth their friends who were at the train to bid them good bye. Diamond "C" Soap Is made by the Cudahy Packing Co., of South Omaha. Sold by grocers everywhere. How many people in Deadwood kuow 4- J J find big o BIDS WANTED. Bids will be received up to noon, April 10, 18S9, to run a tunnel 150 feet more or lees, and to upraise from the tunnel 150 feet, more or less, on the lime stone quarry at Dumont. Cash payments will be made as work advances. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. For specifica night, the former for Chadron. the latter for Omaha, ti visU her parents. Matlt Plunkett, sheriff, returned Saturday from Si Mi-: 1-a.U. where he had been to deposk William u'Niel in the penitentiary. Charles Stewart, weather observer, and wife passed through Dead wood Suuday on their way from Rapid City 'to Spokane, Wash. V. A. Hampton got bank from Chadron Sunday . He lef his fatner in about the condition he found him when 'he went down. Albert Trelier. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Treber. home Saturday from Orchard Lake military academy, at Orchard Like, Mich., and is spending his spring vacation. N. E. Franklin and wife, and Mrs. Harris Franklin returned Sunday. Mrs. Harris; Franklin and Mrs. N. E Franklin and baby had been to California, and Nathan went as far as Denver to meet them on their reurn. the real luxury and invigorating effect of a Turkish bath, and yet thc-c is a MONEY SAVED tions, address ED HANSCHKA, Deadwood, S. D. 1 inlternal rmprove-re Instructed to es-VMliam street. epartrtng the bulk-; building on Dead-f erred to the oam-olioe, with author! - is Instructed to en-lanoes,, partiiculiarly the dumping of a and creek, lending and modify w referred to the id police and Coun- Pioneer-T4meB, (5.90; W. O. Rice, $6; Paul Rewman, it, $300.22; Wilson, 1.75 ; J. Goldberg, T, Ry, $5.40; Ooe & UMam Long. $1.60; uaa & Trust Co., $18; M. a LiUey & Moore, $10.45; B. C: Tucker, $3C.C0; first-class Turkish bath right in the heart of the city. Many merchants are laboring under the Impression that it requires four or five hours to take a bath, when in fact it can be done in an hour and a half without the slightest BRADFIELDSt danger of a ookl. Go to Ed Hart's antt Clothing Shoes, i Dry Goods and try one. BY BUYING SOMETHING NEW IN THE BLACK HILLS! Notions at FEMALE REGULATOR ;! ' gives nature the mild assistance 1 . needed for the regulation of the ' ' menses. It Is of wonderful aid to 1 1 the girl just entering womanhood, ( ' ( to the wife, and to the woman ap- ( ( proachingor going through the turn (I 1 1 of life. women whe suffer from ( I ELECTRO - PLATING ESTABI ISH- RHEUMATISM CURED. MENT. W do Gold. Silver, "Nickel, Copper w i t,o r"hn-mrer Iain's Pain Rnajgt and Bronze Plating. Flrst-cias3 work guaranteed Thursday reasonable cost. 1 nam t 7:30. any unnatural drain, any neanng- s down pains in the lower abdomen, J falling or displacement of the J K nmh. can anicklv cure their troub- v CHASE'S TABLEWARE A SPECIALTY. Why buy new silverware when you SELL CHEAP can have your old knives, forks, 'spoons ? les at home, completely away from J w the eyes of a physician. A few W and I can recommewTit as a splendid liniment for rheumatism and other household use tor which we have found It valuable W. J. Cuyler, Red Creek, New York. Us. Cuyler is one of the leading merchants of thto village and one of the most prominent men to this vicinity. W. O. FbJppin, DdUx Red Creek Herald. For aale by aH druggies. etc., replated equal to new? VL NOTICE. Icattaa Deadwooft : A. VL, TM. Tue- vim tin ID Garr & Berry Block, Deadwood. Com and visit us on the lower floor J doses taken eacn month win regulate the menses perfectly. J Urn fettles saUtytranlststsr ft. Tht BratfttM BfBlaterCaafay. At1 of the Black HULt Steam Laundry. bed ta attend. h 1 1 iinn 1 1 li-Hi 1 1 tut in MESSRS. MULLEN ft BEERS, Managers. IV REEVES,

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