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April 12, 1899

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

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TEE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1899. Sad time tables. ONE GENT A WORD Crane - CMrcMll Co., Cook Remedy Co. HAS THE ONLY SURE CURE FOR BCBLINTON ROUTE. rJft ,ollows: , ... U Lied Express, dally, l:'u.' lincoln. Omaha I 7 .11 Mints East, Adwttlstm-nta under this head ONE (1ST A WORD each insertion when nn loss than one month. Three lines $lu0 per month. Payable in ... Manufacturer! and Jobbers ot ... Steam, Gas and Water Supplies of all Kinds. NTwt 2:30P 000 POISON w r,.n c..Dt sunaar PRIMARY. SECONDARY or TERTIARY BLOOD POISON PERMANENTLY CURED TH 15 TO 35 DAYS. You can be lAnnTAlU u .1:35 p m daily except Sun- 0 tereated at home for the i .Yin ntv. custr Ag-em to nt 8:00 am rice under same GUARANTY. If you prefer to come here we will wanted help- thill frelKt '''a -8:00m contract to pay railroad fare and hotel bills and no charge if we fail to cur. F',.. follows: LITIIrn Pasa'iig r- I 'ally. 12:30 pm I'ailV. ez L-HlBh Train, l.u Ti.ln 1 1 . AC a m j . .... u.uv a ui Wanted Men to learn barber trad Eight -wseks completes. Two years saved. Best season to begin. 300 posi HOLYOKE DEAN AND MARSH STEAM PUMPS OMAHA and 8IOTJX CITY . f BIT"n.1v ,.m.,t Sun- EDl' U:00am i, "freight arrive... 6:62 p lining and r. lining chair car. ".n thrnuiih iraius. Rallwa tions to fill In May. Students from distance assisted with transportation. Write today. Molar Barter If you have taken MERCURY. IODINE POTASH, and still have aches and pains, MUCOUS PATCHES in mouth, SORE THROAT, PIMPLES, COPPEB COLORED SPOTS, ULCERS on any part of the body, HAIR or EYEBROWS FALLING OUT, It is this BLOOD 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 hs always BAFFLED THE SKILL OF THE MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS. Several of our most prominent public men Kings and Emporera of forelfa lands have succumbed to this disease even when under the treatment of the best talent unlimited wealth of nations could employ, but we have a SBO-RET REMEDY known only to ourselves. During FOURTEEN YEARS Of our existence no less than twenty different concerns have started up to Im Lhlo tickets sola nd baggag Minneapolis, Minn. M,t" J U BENTLEY. Cotnaierclal Agent ROBERTSON. :et Aient. Wanted Your carpets to lay, also carpets cleaned on the floor. Household N. E. WOOD, A. M., M. D.f Presklent Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute. 017 La8alle Avenue, Chicago, III. (bubllMllBCUea981ic 17 UU 1870 The oldeeU, Ittrgat, tmomt rUblc ctMsAU nedlckl Inntitntlon in the Norttiwest. PrlvM no ma for patient with farllltlM fer m7 emerceiiey. Hurc'! iperUvM p9rt9rmA In ik tvoat sKlftitlflo suhb aer. Wntc for circulars on DeformitKi and Brtces, Club Feet, Carr&ture of th Spine, P11, Tumors, Oanosr, Catarrh, Bronchitis, I'armlygj, Epllepcj. Kidncir, Bladder, Kyn, Ear, Skin and Blood I laeawa, and all Surgical1 Operationti. Best facilitieH, utparatus and remiMliM Tor the uccenttful treatment of vr; farm of dlanaae reqiiirintr melhal or nurir ioal treatment. We ftliHlHttly' jxNarstits N( car every csaata ef NerTone DebHItj and UiKtatwo renultinr froin abuaei and Indiscretion of Youth and Mtnhood;HMnMlaf rhopa Hemlssal Weakneea nnht i. Isaptaaer I of aerual powtr, Varfoeeela Hrdroeele. Strle turttf PblMeala, etc et., C'hartre Keoawaable Aye anlexperien. are important No mercury or Injurious iedlcine used-V time lo$t trrfh work or business Dr. J. A. Paddock, Dr. Louis Hows PADDOCK & HOWE PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Offlcss No. 8, t tnp I Srndlet Block, Flrrt Floor n.xt.door Western Union Tel., otnoe. m iTNs bp:twben dead- goods crated for shipment. Harrison Phone No, 148. itate our treatment, prompted by our unprecedented success; to-day not .AW-'" WOOD AN IJ LEAD. J. a FLETCHER, 43 Centennial of them remains In business. IfctsjWjltftWrT J HT I .RAVE UEAUWWU . .. 8:05a m W&nAed A waiter girl at th. Only Office Hours From 9 a. m. to 9. d. m. 9:30am licept Sunday restauraiiit, Main street, Deadwood. Both Telephone it offleee and resideace. ....10:30am 12:13 pm ... 2:00pm Mo I sio arable eaaea aoMpited, Noraedldne sent C.O.D. Failure la unknown to us, wa cure thouiiandi annually. W hare ton thousand test! mo tial letters on flle from Kateful patientH permanently cured. Write us today, ttiente from a dtntanre treated by mall MrdiiHnn unit rrr rywhrrr frr fnm gaze and breakage State full hitnry and rxat't yjtnm of your cane and (tend for opinion a td tcram-Cnnriultation j eeand confidential, personally or by letter 1 AO safe Book ee all Obr-onto ot Sunday 1:15pm We Stand Alone Without A Single Successful Competitor, THE COOK REMEDY CO. has permanently cured thousands and has a world-wide reputation for speedy cur es, honesty and integrity. NO DECEPTION, NO FREE SAMPLE CATCH NOR C. O. D. 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. 1 Aidress COOK REMEDY COMPANY. 1928. Masonic Temple, dricaio. 111. Incept Sunday 4:20 pm . . . 5:30 p m uriSO quMtlwu frm. 41 nursMcei ifioeasea ma uai (Mention this paper.) Wanted Good competent girl for general housework. Enquire at 36 Washington street. Man, middle age, with iutegrlty, tact, business ability, large experience, wants work to do. Capable of filling creditably almost any position. Salary W Sunday 7:00 pm Mrs. Helen Sach Pianoforte Lessons AND French Classes Daily; looept Sunday 8:00 p m ... 9:0j p m HI jicept Sunday 10:30pm In -IS hours Onnorrrwns n secondary consideration. Address Mr Dawson, general delivery, Deadwood. LEAVE LEAD CITY. 8:35 am (tiw !iaiv:if nm. tlm nnnarTr-a-ins, i!rrfft.l liv Sant;-. 1 Midyl rM!nvl MOT Forterins aoplyat the Black Hill imiui i ooept Sunday 9:55am Steam Laundry, P. O. Hot UOHI-Npw York Wanted Two or three rooms for Dkadwood, -:- South Dakota ...11:00am ...12:50pm light housekeeping. Address Piom-er Times. connect with Eastern Lager 2:25 p m The Millard, 13th and Douglass Sts. JAMES P. WILSON Wanted House cleaning, laundry work. $1.50 per day. C8 Miller St. ONLY $30.35 Attorney-at-Law, except Sunday 3:40 p m ucept Sunday 4:45pm 5:55 p m except Sunday 7:22pm except Sunday 8 : 22 p m 9:22 p m OMAHA. NEBRASKA. Wanted Girl for general housework. Mrs. Goldberg, William street. LEADING HOTEL OF THE WEST. Olympic Club Building Corner Sherman and Dead wood Streets except Sunday 10:55 p.m To Poitland, Taccma, Seattle and intermediate points, second class. Bemember; tourist sleeping cars run through tot Seattle every Tuesday and Thursday. American Plan $2.BU per day and ffp. Men Our illustrated catalogue ex DB DWOOD South Dakota. plains how we teach the barber trade In eight weeks, mailed free. Moler T. i. A M. V. R .R, European Plan 91.00 per day aad up, Strictly first -class in every respect J, E. MARKEL & SON. Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. 'V. H. MOORE f ONLY S49.35. Wanted Good girl for dining room. $20 per month. Belle Fourche HoteL Wanted. A situation as stationary M. H. LYON. PUBLIC ASSAYER engineer or fireman. Address R. C. 8., To San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, San Diego, Oolton and Bedding California and intermediate points, second class. Rejoiexn.beiv Tour" ist sleeping cars through to destination every Wednesday. "care Pioneer-Times. HI NORTHWESTERN LINE. POT: Between Dead wood and Pin I I Arrive. Departs. tnUni to Omaha St Paul, Mln-fcwlth close eon- br ill points -itosts, at Frs- lOaaha 11 a m (pa Lwtr Main Street, mil, Sturgls, Rp-and Inter- points l:46am 8;26an Avche '3:35am 11:00am i tnlj '7:30 a m 4:45 p m t Sunday. CRET SOCIETIES. Horse Wanted Must be a good driv AND - SAMPL ER. DKADWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA er and saddler. Address or call up Bryan, No. 273, Lead. Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. HORSESHOEING AN GENERAL RE-PAIRINVi DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. All Kinds of Carriage and Wagon Wood Work; klso Carriage Furnishings. 11 and 13 Pins Street. Deadweod, 8. D. Dewood, S. D. W. T. ROBERTSON. Ticket Agent. FOR SALE. Desirable building lots on Lincoln avenue, Ingleside. Lumber furnished to build. Edwin Van Cise. tf GO TO . . . FRANK SCHREYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, No. too Sherman St. THE FUNK & WAQNALLS SH 1. R. C. No. U, Auxiliary to t, Beu second and fourth Friday oath in reading room of the If. a. at I: JO p. m. Luvenla B. Ps-MPns. M. A. Bews, Corps Ssc. Tie BlicteDsierfer Typewriter Received the only Gold Medal Awarded any Writing Madhtaa it (fta Omaha Exposition la 1891. Call on the A bargain In an elegant upright piano. Enquire at the Pkmeer-Tlmes Black Hills Linta Company, office. 'UCBEKAH LODGE No. 8. reeU 4 fourth Tuesdays of each month T of city hall building. Vlstt-" cordially invited to attend. JPfcrw, N. Q. Helen Baker, Sec Can be seen alt Ure office ot M. H. LYON, Deadwood, S. pOtt A COMPLFTE CLEANUP Plunge, Turkish, Take a Hot r id Bath and a Fine Shave at Before Buying Lumber, Lath. Shingles, Sish Doors, and MoBldiog 138 SberniB St. 6. W. SEED. Mgr. Lots For Sale Howard's Addition, his addition to Deadwood, beautifully located oa the Park bench, adjoin, lng the Dudley Spring, to the First ward, Is now open for settlement. Se plat and prices at office of Edwin Van Cise. ED. HARTS. Main St. Deadwood, ivTTOOTrweit Stanflam Dictionary FOR RENT. rooms at reasona- Nicely furnlsLed saa.sr- w I si v a i m r m IND A Nbje-Wock-, 721 Main Street, bit rates ates "V-lV. f 1 ITT I TUS SKBAT J. P. HYMER. Collections and Adjustments. Notary Public. General Agent in Black Hills for TJ. 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 118. Black Hills 144. Mrs. Cyclopetiia anfl Alias of the Word. HINDOO RE IMC ..nrrnK. ml ABO THE DERBY It Headquarters For Wines, Liquors and Cigars, No. MalnBtreet. CARTER PrOP - sV sT MwrnoTT MvYwr t.Hina Wanted Cheap One tubular or loco No. L D. of H- A. O. Mtj In city hall building first and oayi of each month. Visiting hvUea to meet with us. Mary 1CVH. Frank Dennis, Rec .; " CO TO i Headquarter w Fine Lunch, Fine J, Beat in the City. CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop, tn , C. JEWETT, 'CHITECT. V Syndicate Block, -deadwood, a D. ntt mt() rtor nd 4 to .hrnnken oro. Mid "a' m motive boiler about 40 horse power, in Rood condition. Pardee In Black Kuilj nml in -t porik- Prlo. l.QO . Pe till lot 0S.OO with, a tertUt aram "J? SuiiLiL tifumdcrl Don T BXrw JI IrniATOW, be a 1 1 askntl It DfsTJtld. 301, 865 VOCABULARY TERMS 247 EDITORS AND SPECIALISTS 633 READERS FOR QUOTATIONS 6,000 ILLUSTRATIONS COST OVER 1960,000 APPENDIX OF 47,468 CYCLOPEDIA OF 28,000 ENTRIES 88 FULL PAGE MAPS HARVARD UNIVERSITY: HINDOO KEJHEDV C.. Proer. CklcsM III r Hills having such for sale send price and description to B. D., lnyan fLara. Wyoming. WILCOX PHARMACY Deadwood S. a For Rent. Clark House, Lee street, after May 1. Inquire Samuel Cushman. T. J. DOWD, PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jeweiei And OPTICIAN Brack Hiils Jiwilry Madi to Order, lTClEIamlnrforthF.E., V A Ore m a trial and I J notion la work sad pn The Henshaw . . European Hotel Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. f. O'BRIEN", Prop. 1509 Parnam St. Omaha, Neb For Rent Three rooms partly furnished for housekeeping, for. $9 per month. Call at No. 9 Stewart St. For Rent. A furnished house. Enquire at 41 Forest avenue. Lead Steam LAUNDRY COMPANY 17 South Gold St All Orders by Telephone will be Promptly Attended to ' 5 Glass Note what the leading Universities say. Prof. Andrew Preston Peabody: "The Standard Dictionary will prove of In valuable service, and will last while the English language remains essentially unchanged." YALE UNIVERSITY: Prof. E. J. Phelps, ex-Mlnister to Qreat Britain: "The work is extremely well done throughout I have no doubt that for general and practical purposes It Is the best American dictionary now available." OXFORD UNIVERSITY: Prof. A. H. Sayce, the Eminent Philologist:, "The ' Standard Dictionary Is truly magnificent, and wort' J of the great continent which has produced It It Is certain to supercede all other existing dictionaries of the English language." Prof. J. E. Sandys: "It is an admirable work and deserves to become famous on Ui Strut, Opp. PBstofflei. Buiioi COAL.! COAL! COAL.! Puichasen; of Sheridan coal will find tt to their advantage, to cons ait with Paul Rewman, Deadwood. befure buy lng elsewhere. xr wapmon BISHOP'S PILLS for all disease arising trom HARRISON TELEPHONE 254. iwpe Company. "7 - OKA HA "? adiests Bloak. ' C- CARSCII.-Affent. .ii 5W.l GIBBS, diMlpatlon, eelf-abuee, excesses or cigarette smoking. In use over E9 yean Brings back year manhood, cures depleted, worn-out men, make, rich, red btood and tissue. Cures wasting and all losses, make yon lastingly strong, cures lmpotency, lost pow-- i-in- lot. of memory, bad dreams, shrunken organs, Our Wagon will Call Deadwood Customers Dailf oa both stdes of the Atlantic" CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY: . rfjfcr ' . ji. nd ftonstinatlon. adds lustre to the TUB CHICAGO RESTAURANT. The best eatng place In the city of Deadwood. Nice tables are set. and everything in the way of eatables Is provided J to the entire satisfaction of the guesti Short orders served at any time at dat or night Open all of the time. The vocabulary Contains oyer Two and oh-Third Times more Terms toaa nry hrtm: in tout or old. MORMON Bisuura -- All fYork Guaranteed. 0, OBEBTS.-jraiiage Z1T, w flr- all Iomm by day or night; w.n t aeiay. rr other Ob or Two-VoIbbm dictionary. t3 X n yntf The proprietor would UU to have peo-1 Md oa payaieat of I LOO oa salivary prelum a eairan. trial. and $1 .oa rSrm ArT "1 It: im. WONQ CHDNU. iron, 7 Doaley Ave.. Deadwood, S, IX FUnnaer. Deadwocd. 8. D. H'vr

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