The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on April 6, 1899 · Page 3
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 3

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Thursday, April 6, 1899
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f THE DAILY P10NEEB TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 6,1899. ONE GENT A WORD Cook Remedy Co. HAS THE ONLY SURE CURE FOR Crane Clmrchill Co., ... Manufacturers and Jobbers of ... Steam, Gas and Water Supplies of all Kinds, o)L00D POISON PRIMARY, SECONDARY or TERTIARY BLOOD POISON PERMANENTLY CURED IN 15 TO Zj DAYS. You can fw 0 rice under same GUARANTY. contract to pay ranroau rare aim uuiei i tereated at home for the sam If you prefer to come here we will uwia aim uo cuarge it we tail to cure. If you have taken MERCURY, IOD1NU POTASH, and still have aches and pains, MUCOUS PATCHES in mouth, SORE THROAT, PIMPLES. COPPER COLORED SPOTS, ULCERS on any part of the body, HAIR or EYEBROWS FALLING OUT, it ia this 11IXJOD POISON that we GUARANTEE to cure. We solicit the most OBSTINATE CASES and CHALLENGE THE WORLD FOR A CASE WE CAN NOT CURE. This disease bus always BAFFLED, THE SKILL OF THE MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS. Several of our most prominent public men Kings and Emporera of forelga lands have succumbed to this disease even when under the treatment of th beit talent unl'mlted wealth of nations could employ, but we have a SECRET REMEDY known only to ourselvas. During FOURTEEN Y'EARS 0 our existence no less than twenty different concerns have staged up to imitate our treatment, prompted by our unprecedented success; to-day not on of them remains in business. We Stand Alone Without A Single Successful Competitor, THE COOK REMEDY CO. has pe rmanently cured thousands and has a world-wide reputation for speedy cur es, honesty and Integrity. NO DECEPTION NO FREE SAMPLE CATCH NOR C. O, 0, METHODS. Advice and ABSOLUTE PROOFS OF CURES AND UNBROKEN PLEDGES sent sealed In plain packages on application. NO BRANCH OFFICES. ONE MILLION DOLLARS BEHIND OUR GUARANTEE. ?; Aflte COOK REMEDY COMPANY. 1928 Masonic Temple, CHicaeo, 111. Iroquois Bicycles $R.75 n !" " V,".':f,u.' iroquols Model S 11 (Of B.o,ri VA. tAV, IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED S ..I. .1 M ...u .. U. W,lh t r ,ol 4UU uj.l 3 r,uo lT. rrir.. n,,i,ii..t uid cin.i i.i. Made to sell at $ao To ,.. .rl. our . concludwl lo ..II 4UU u lu.t wl .t l-'L"'"' ,l' """flM. offer of MaJrl M Aivatrictl ui I" tlal- f emr v l.r f.,t h..,.i. firSTRIPTflN lhe ,n"'u"' 3 ,.t. wall known to net. ll.l.llwl dMpritiL.m Rh.ll.. I U lul.ini,inj,.roT.. two-pi.r. ci.Dk, aprockMa, Kh erona b.rral huh. ih1 .np, ';L ... A,r. nn . . . " i .1 t.j. . u,i.av, .u.m.i ; color.. . ... auu ,., Ill,, UUW, it ID ; DM MCOld, fUV..' . ..itd .im,!,, .ii, T.rv bierrla. """" '"""f." "'' -i'nr iu-..or wil Rhip C o D fnr II.. h.l.n .alK 7fc mmmt d.rfl Ble,.l. Uf.r ml ... i, fllTu TftTJ ""'''"""i sii.uuii,. SMMS-kus v.r.iu, . want Miullrt a. rj-'Mil w . ahal lal ,..r Thi. year w. off.r wheal, and caeb (at work daaia P"'"J r..MMM., waranraaaBMUar biuuvatat . . -.. ....... SEND -r. . , -.- DO Lla R IV"'" h.i'ht orfram wanted, uh)to mm.tmn .ncl .nPro.l If you don't find ,1 the teru O t -V him ONE WKl.t.K 14F-IIAV if Tnu don tw.ntto b kllil diMnpointod bt) cent, discount for hi, in .,,11 i,K MEAD OYOLE OO., OMomaol lilm, Jhcyla al $u.7t mn wateJkan.-laSr. C N. E. WOOD, A. M., M. D., President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute, 617 LaSalle Avenue Chicago III- (KsUbUhd la Chkaf aUiee Baj lit, IH1H.) The ohleat, Iftrffcat, moot reliable n4 iiucoeaaftll mrdlcftl lnntItMtlu in Hi N.rt h w ( . 'rhBr room-) for pMtlfntA with fsvlllliea for mmj mergfiit'j. NursxIt'Mi uprtiuBa performed In tbe munt sM'totitlflc mttnnfr. Write fir ciivulan -n Inform. tks and Braces, Ctub Feet, Curvature of the Bptne, 1'ilen, Tumor. C.vr, Catarrh, Itronch.tia, l aralvsin Kpilepy. Kidney. Bladder, tve, Kar.Hl.ii. aM HIihhI DIseMK, ami all Surtr. lratloD8. ltett fa. Union, aijaratU(t and remeiUM foi the Hiipet.ful treatment of ever: form of diaeaae reiiuirifijf meMiral or surtrical treatment. We absolutely guarantee l rure very emmv Nervoua lebllltj and diKaieB rCHultlnr and lndifwrelimi nf Youth and Manhood from abuaea Hrermator- rhe, Menlnal WekatNui (n'if Impoteaey i Jon exiuti pwrr, Varleocfle, Hydrocele, Ntrle-tnre, Phlmoala, etc., eto., Char Keaaabler-Ak ami experience are important No mercury - r injurious iiie tisel -V- ime Ut frftn work or buuineHS o Incurable ee aeeepted, N me-li ine dent CO D. Failure Is unkii')wii t us, we -ure thouHands annually. W-e have ten thousand testimo nal letters on file from tfratefuj patintn perntimeritly cured. Write urn today. PatientH from a ili-tAin-e treated hy mail MnUcint ttrnt errrywksrr frrr from ynzr ami brtakiiife-- State full hiftnry mmi'-t synqtm f your caur and fend for opinion kui ternm l.oiiultat ion . i ee and omtldenUal, personally or lv lettT I 0 nafe Hunk on nil hronlo aud Aura-leal lHatwaca vud llat of ItfO yutjotion fre. t Mention hi paper nrii.iirv '" mi . I Vi'' I ' U M M Ml! "I'M i'' -:. . ALL 'ru 1 ) li .x JOS 1 . '-v The Millard, 13th anJ Douglass Sts. OMAHA. NEBRASKA. LKAIMNU Il()li:i ()F TIIK WKS'l'. . American Plan 2.6o -per day and nik. European PLtn J1.00 per day and up. StrWtlT first -class In every respect J, E. MARKEL Sc SON. M. H. LYON. PUBLIC ASSAYER AND SAMPL ER. DBADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA GO TO FRANK SCHREYER, Fresh end Salt Meats, No. ico Sherman St. pOR A COMPUTE CLEANUP Plunge, Turkish, Tskfi 3 Hot r Cold Bath and a Fine Shave at rioii.-OTtr ED. HARTS, THE DERBY Is Headquarters For Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. MalnBtr. W J CARTER PrOD The Henshaw . . European Hotel Late "The McTague." Oyster and Brill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN, Prop. IK 09 Parnam St. - Omaha, Neb k. 0 aV TIME TABLES. BCRLINTON ROUTE. .t follows: " - ,ileJ Express, aaiiy, L .bU ,.inlL. Omaha Bpnd all points East, .2:30 p m IL daily except Sunday Weet . 1:36 p m ' ..! flllrl- 7(er "and Simon t 8:00am a"'": .-,..,, i,.vpt it. 1:00 am 13 ireis"' :ja as iuu""- .. S Pas. nt'T. nally.urwpm LEwih Tram. Daily, ex-"j.r 11 -.05 am MfifnaiVv "- xc pt Sun-Wig". Da";; . U :00am I U '.'ihii freight arrives.. 6:52 p W'T. r,d r., lining chair cars i!?" thr..i.Kh iralns. Rallwa rM r tick, u!d and baggag an - j. l. BENTLEY. Commercial Agent I, ROBERT: P( N, TRAINS I MOT WEEN DEAJ WOOD AND LEAD. MtAVE DEADWOOD. 8:05 a m 9:30am 10:30 am 12:13 pm 2:00 pm 1:15 p m 4:20 pm 5:30 p m except Sunday Wtipt Sunday ... Cieeut Sunday ... f W C Mcept Sunday 7:00pm & except Sunday 8:00pm C 9:0 p m ,',xpt Snday 10:30pm LEAVE LEAD CITY. j 8:35am jj except Sunday 9:55am ' 11:00 am 12:50 p m fly, connect with Eastern sener to, except Sunday . . . My.eicept Sunday . . . to, except Sunday . . ..2:25 p m . 3:40 ii m . 4: -15 p m . 5:55pm . .7:22 p m . .8:22 p m . 9:22 p m .10:55 p.m Mj, except Sunday . . . & F. I. & M. V. R .R. THE NORTHWESTERN LINE jtPOT: Between Dead wood and Pin farts. Arrives. Departs, hrngl trains to Omaha St Paul. Mln-wlth close confer all points ud south, at Fra ud Omaha 11 a m 6p m 1JP0T: Lower Main Street, .rtttwood, Sturgla. Rap-l&slron and lnter-aiiitt points 1:45 a m 8:25 i aslourche 3:35 a m 11:00 a m JHmoi only i:30 a m 4:45 p m Hnpt Sunday. SECRET SOCIETIES. I QOGH W. R. C Nb. 62, Auxiliary to lit., meets second and fourth Friday lack month In rmuHnr iwvm of ttm M. laurth, at 2:30 p. m. Lutenla B. Fs-. Corps Pres. M. A Beirs, Corps Sec 1 CJ1 BXBEKAH LODGE No. 8, meets !" tot fourth Tuesdays of each month Sttlrt story of city hall building.-Visit ambsrs cordially invited to Attaud. ikolm Herce, N. G. Helen Baker, See teTHIR Lonnw vn i r nt w a 'ft. -.Mrts In city hall building first and Moedays f each month. Vlsttlng 7? loTlted to meet with us." Mary .W, U. of H. Frank Dennis. Rec. LOANED s 4 Torythlng pertaining to Unonfti property. A large ock of unredeemed pledges of i t5rtous desoplptlons on hand. ' H welness strictly conflden- Deadwood Loan Office aan Bu under OTarland Hotl Htt. ...... ........ ;0. C. JEWETT, ARCHITECT. ,Room; 19 Syndicate Block, J ,'; DEADWOOD. 8. D. fclilass-AMreeSuii wware.CQmpan!. Jiolesal. HafdwaptC cycles and Porting .Ooods. - OMAHA . C. CARSCNV AirenU MIMM. HONEY Adv.-n menus under this head ONE r; r , WOHD each Insertion whet. : than nyie month. Three line.1- ?! ! pvr muiith. Payable in aJ-vancr W AN'l'i;i-lllLP- Wai.'i.i- Men to learn barber trade, Eighi wvks completes. Two years 6aved. I season to begin. 300 positions u, (ii: in May. Students from distance a-ssisted with transportation. Write !iay. Moler Barber Qbllege, Mlnne.iin,li8, Minn. Wanted Your carpets to lay, also carpets cleaned on the floor. Household goods crated for shipment. Harrison Phone No. 148. J. 3. FLETCHER, 43 Centennial. Wanted A waiter girl at the Only restaurant, Main street, Deadwood. Any one in need of help or help In need of employment will find Juat what they want at the employment bureau, 95 Sherman St. MRS. S. CONKLIN, Man, middle age, with integrity, tact, busine.- ability, large experience, wants work to do. Capable of filling creditably almost any ponitiou. Salary secondary consideration Address Mr Dawson, general delivery, Dexdwood. Want. I Work by the day by a woman. Apply to room No. 1G, Went-worth. Wa;.:. d Two or tluve rooms for light liuusekeepk)','. Address Pioneer-Times. Wan ted- House cleaning. laundry work. $1.50 per day. 68 Miller St. Wanted Girl for general housework. Mrs. Goldberg, William street. Men Our illustrated catalogue explains how we teach the barber trade In eight weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. Wanted A neat and intelUgent young man, one acquainted with the business community of Deadwood preferred. AddresB The J. Marcus Co., 12 S. Fourth fftreet, Philaxtolpthta, Pa. Wanted Place in a dlndng room. Enquire at Mrs. L. E. Milter's, 41 Lee street. FOR SALE3. Desirable building lots on Lincoln avenue, Ingleslde. Lumber furnished to build. Edwin Van Cltse. f A bargain In an elegant upright piano. Enquire at the Ploneer-Tlmea office. Lots For Sale Howard's Addition. hts-4ddltUjXadrgod beUfuN ly 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 Ciac. FOR RENT. FOR RENT A five room house on Taylor avenue. Enquire at PhlU:w' drug store. Nicely furnlsLed rooms at reasonable rites Noble block. 721 Main Street, Mrs. Garr. Four nicely furnished rooms at 41 Lee St Board if desired. Mrs. Maud R. Parkins. Wanted Cheap One tubular or ko-motlve boiler about 40 horse power, in good condition. Parties la Black Hills haring such for sals send pries and description to E. D inyan nara. Wyoming. GOOD NEWS FOR BLACK HILLS . PEOPLE. The action of the Burlington Route in establishing a twlce-a-week line of Tourist Sleepers, Edgemont to Kansas City, is a move that is bound to be popular with Black Hills travelers. It means a big saving in the cost of an eastern trip. A berth In one of these cais costs but A DOLLAR A NIGHT. Take Burlington train leaving Hiaca HOI, point. Wsdndiy. or Agent for. HOLYOKE DEAN AND MARSH STEAM PUMPS' OMAHA and SIOUX OITY . Dr. J A. Paddock, Dr. Louis Howe PADDOCK & HOWE PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Offices No. 8, 4 np S Syndicate Block, First Floor nsxt.door Western Union TJM-. otfloa. Office Hours From 9 a. m. to 9. p. m. Both Tslsphooea at offlves and rnsldeaoss. Mrs. Helen Sach Pianoforte Lessons AND French Classes Daily; Fortenas the Black Hill Steam Laundry, Deadwood, -:- South Dakota JAMES P. WILSON Attorney-at-Law, Olympic Club Building Corner Sherman and Dead wood Streets DE DWOOD South Dakota. 'V. H. MOORE Blacksmith and Wagon Maker, HORSESHOEING AN GENERAL RE PAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. AU Kinds of Carriage and Wagon Wood Work; also Carriage Furnishings. 11 and 13 Pine Street, Deadwsod, 8. B. Call on the Black Hills Luler Company, Before Buying Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash Doors, and Moulding 138 Sherman St. 6. W. BEED. Mgr. J. P. HYMER. Collections and Adjustments. Notary Public. General Agent In Black Hills for U. S Fidelity and Guaranty Co. All kinds of guarantee and Judicial bonds written without delay. Please get my rates before asking your friends to sign your bond. Cash paid for life Insurance policies, Olymplo Block, Deadwood. S. D. Telephones : Harrison 1SS. Black Hills 144. T. J. DO WD. PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jewelei 1 And OPTICIAN Black Hills Jewelry Made to Order. rtafch Eiamlnsr for thF.E. n V B oin iu . trial and I will gnarane saw (Lotion in work and Prtoea, Ui Strut, Opp. Pistofflci. Dia.apl SatiStlor " .Ljiimanca HAVE MlfTlTriLFJ , . - - - -w -w h w " ... in .,, towntp r.prwent o.. Hundtl, then bicrelo e. --. -- " " , ' T " . 'h L. . . Tkt Mmd CgcU Co ara MalV rMmbU aw tourist car. Through to Lincoln, St. Joseph and Kansas City without change. Close connections at Ldncolu with solid veatlbuled trains tor Omaha, Peoria, Chicago and St. Louis. See nearest B. & M. R. R. R. ticket agent o- NOTICE. C. S. McMaster Is authorised to collect aid receipt for accounts due me la Central City. JOSEPH H1NTON. The Germafli emperor, when receiving foreign representatives or military attaches of foreign powers, always wears the uniform of the army cf the country the visitor represents and sometimes during a levee he will change his uniform five or six times. BOBIBT E DOiK, Jahcs A. Okobob, Deadwood. 8. 0. Wa-ntDgtoD, L. J DOAN & GEORGE Attorneys and Con-lors at Law, Wi-binffton, t. C. nd Deadwood. S. D, . Jmp rary ofBoe Boo " no. wi ..n...i- rracfci' o . 11 n -- - , HlDlng. Land, B-nue and Bankrupt Law. a pacfaitT . WAVEHLY BICYCLE Special bargains on the '98 wheel. Other wheels at low prices 692 Main St G.F.BAGGALEY CO TO - Pabst Headquarters For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drtnks, Best in the City. : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop. n IS IE3 33 W sf " SR IrlKuJkab For; Families. There no fak. abotrl ttitai aroa J-oor irai . IW orat-d Set. .r..ol.le. rree-W" a.-" it T Xunrhn, .ilk worda. .otim, bnt . - h "-t. O. r offer r. kl t4a-k X white, no mieet. " . ' oflThen '"J!?''C;iStTT- -f. I'tfP&V Sikfa. Dr or tj.. - 1. Jmgaww ; ZOBCKLER BROS- LEADING MEAT MARKET. lack Hills Telephone No GO Harrison Telephone No. 3 NO. 654 MAIN STREET. DEADWOODl fIHi!!ipGf: waao a wen MB US Q.llf HINDOO "CP.V JtentlH e cuovwwv w .ioni,ata,oauMKl bt paat abn, . . . a rigor and ain to ahninkan ot.ii, and QV NMnalM l-- PH ? fJ5a.ka Kail I . carried In pookt. Prioa 1 . pJriTl3 BiVfor Sc! OO vUa o gwrait to "'"J Garcia, DlMVIDWiraw, ' 7 WILCOX PHARMACY Deadwood 8. IX m Bliceflsiurfer Typewiter Received the only Gold Medal Awarded any Writing Machine at taa t Omaha Exposition in 1898. Can be seen at tie office of M. H. LYON, Deadwood, S. D. Lead Steam Lilll COMPANY 17 bouth Gold St. All Orders by Telephone will be Promptly Attended to 5 H'RRIS0 TELEPHONE 254. " Our Wagon will Call on Dtadwood Customers uauy : " '' All orl Gosranteed. s C. ROBERTS, Manager ED. HART. A-ent. Deadtrop IMD1P0 VwVsW-ffl 1 HAMliOODRESTOJI CUPIDEHs' nn areat Vea VlUiiseMbePft" r all o Varlcorrte itstoalUo - bTtfOToljl or DlKbt Pri oo- fnin TOO O d the Kenerauve orrmua, socl, as I' J BtroataroarTtfi lT U 1 and at Edenont r I awefsra w- j y - ,

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