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April 12, 1899

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

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WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1899. THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, Try a Happy Bill cigar. Zlpp can fit any foot to perfection. The newest and most comfortable 4- amoke Happy Bill cigar. Blockade over. Rock Springs coal at Stearns & Company. For elegant slippers go to Zipp's. "A word to the wise Is sufficient" and 4 4 -I !' $ j- Halrdresslng at Seebick's. . CHARLEY, TUB TAILOR. LED ST. ZIFPT3 FOR FINE SHOES. Sporting goods at the RED ANVIL. tf Call at Ertckson Folstad, the Dead- "Calumet" bees Hot BelonsT to kins Powder Trust, but Con-umerson Rapidly Learning to Place Their Trust In "Celumet." rooms in the dty are at the Holzner Insist upon smoking a Happy Bill a word from the wise should be suffici cigar. ent, but you ask, who are the wise? Those who know. The oft repeated ex IF YOU ARK NOT BUYING AT THB wkbssh STANDARD CASH GROCERY, SHSR perience of trustworthy persons may MAN ST.. YOU ARB LOSING MONEY. be taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. wood Tailors, for a spring suit New arrivals of spring fabrics are surprising us by tbo.'r novelty and freshness. In rich combinations of rol or and beauty of pattern for suitings and trouserings, In chevtots and worsteds. Call and examine them at Erickson & Folstad, The Deadwood Tail THB NBW CUSTOMERS ARE INCREAS Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Rem ING DAILY. edy gives better satisfaction than any NONE. SO GOOD. other in the market He has been in Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by the day, week or month, at the Hoi zner. the drug business at Elktan, Ky., for twelve years; has Sold hundreds of bot ors, 671 Main street tles of this remedy and nearly all oth J. H. Oranam, D. D. 8., dentil parlors er cousrh medicines manufactured, over First National bank, Deadwood Crown and bridge work s specialty. THE CITY. which shows conclusively that Cham berlain's Is the most satisfactory to the Deoole. and Js the best. For sale by all There may be same just as good, but none better than the Happy Bill druggists. cigar for five cents. Kodak supplies alt Wilcox Pharmacy. Gloves, Corsets, and Hosiery at Ackermanm's. For a nice sweet, mild smoke try a Happy Bill cigar. The entire stock of silks, suitable for waists, sktirts, dresses, linings and trim mings and draperies, will be offered at greatly reduced prices at Chase's on Friday and Saturday of tnis week. The Black Hills Druggists' associa Ranges? The Majestic? At the RED I was reading an advertisement of ANVIL. lI- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the Worcester By a secret process a large per cent nrf t,h niootine has been extracted Enterprise recently, which leads me to write tlhls. I can truthfully say I never from the Happy Bill cigar. Try one. used any remedy equal to it for colic tion will liave a meeting in 'tlhe City J. J. Feldhansen, the transfer man. bas moved to Nos. 7, 11 and 13 Main and diarrhoea. I have never had to use more than one or two doses to cure Hall building of Deadwood Friday af ternoon of this week at 2 o'clock. street old McGlll stand, where his cus tomers may find him hereafter. You will find the Happy Bill edgar the worst oases with myself and children W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md. For sale by all druggists. for sale at all first class cigar stands. Hair goods at Seebflck's. Rooms to let at the Holzner. CHARLEY, THE TAILOK, LEB ST. Special cash discounts on everything et THE ARK. Shampooing and manicuring at See-hick's. Thai finest line of la41es' gloves, hoe iery and corsets In the city at Acker -mann's. Do you eat? At Gus Kellar's meat market on Main street, you can get 11 kinds of good meats at the lowest prices. Quick sales and small profits keep meats fresh and good. Don't forget the number 642V4 Main street Btransky Steel Ware? Yes. Warranted to last Ave years. . At the RED ANVIL. tf- The correct place to buy your house furnishing goods Is at THE ARK. Low prices for cash. I wish to eell my family horse "Rodney," my two seated carriage and my All accounts due the Ayies & Wardman Hardware company must be T7VERYB0DY who really under- Trimmings for evening waists and NEW GOODS Arriving Daily. We will show you the largest and handsimest line of skirts in the west. Our skirts consist of Plaids, Stripes, Checks, Brocades, Plain and Cpon (all oolors). We also received a line of Tailor Made Suits (Silk lined). The newest Novelties in Jackets. Come In and see out beautiful line of Carpets and Rugs before selecting elsewhere. M. LIEBMANN. A-f stands the "Angeles" the people's ribbons at the LADIES BAZAAR. settled at once. Pay up and save trou ble and expense. GEO. V. AYRES, President and General Manager. own piano player is enthusiastic over it Nothing ever before brought here The more you smoke them the more you will. We speak of the Happy Bill clear, the best for five cents on the excites such astonishment. Dont you know? It is one of the greatest things of the day. It Is for you for your solid enjoyment everybody in your home. Go see 4t at Hawley 's, No. 639, 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 by Bullock Hotel. until 9 o'clock. We have the goods, tf you have the ANHKITSER-BUSCH. ST. LOUIS AND market You can no doubt get it ait the RED ANVIL. REMOVED. Take Notice Citizens. -Your headquarters for genuine pianos Is now at No. 639 Main St., by Bullock hotel. Come right in and be at home. C. E. Hawley will be there all he can, and always SOMEONE. FRESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DELIVERY AT THE STANDARD cash, we will Interest you, at THE ARK. buggy. J. F. EDMONDS. PABST WILWAUKEB BEER IS MADE el' OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE The meeting of the Homestake Hose CALL FOk IT. Company that w&sVset for twndgh has postponed until tomorrow evening J. W. Curran, the loan and Insurance agent, has money to loan in small or large amounts, and no (elay to get Telephone 1145 old line. Lead, 8. D. I As the season of the year when pneu monia, la grippe,-sore throat, coughs, by order of Frank S. Peck, Foreman. For complete list of prizes, useful and ornamental, given tree to pur I. E. Albright the Black Hills piano colds, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "is a fine substitute," will "an tuner, can be had by telephoning 1044 old line, 221 new line, at S. R Smith's chasers of Diamond "C Soap, write to CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Rock Springs coal to burn at swer the purpose," or is "Just as good' as One Minute Cough Cure. That i3 me one Infallible remedy for all lung, Furniture Store. Has had 22 years experience. P. 0. Box 416, Lead S. D. Everything new and neat at th Holzner. If you iwant a nice job of engraving , the Cudahy Packing Co., South Omaha, Neb. The ladles of Trinity" M. E. church of the First Ward, will hold a bazaar new 'hall tmorrow (Thursday) evening In the new (hall, over J. W. Fargo'e store. They are making great preparations for the affair, and it promises tc be of unusual interest. The miners were .forced to cease work In the Dacy shaft at Ragged Top It Hi. ii Hi mtmMm TUikaM Vail done take It to Snyder, the Jeweler. For diamons go to A. F. Snyder's. Stearns & Company. STRAYED. One dark iron gray horse branded Z on left shoulder; also on brown horse branded on left jaw with the figures 2 and 4 connected. Information leading to their recovery will be rewarded. Call or address Pioneer-Times, Deadwood. Dr. Bowman has returned to Dead-wood to remain permanently and resume his practice, and will occupy his old office over Deet ken's drug store. throat or bronchial troubles. Insist vigorously upon having it if "tome-thing else" Is offered you. For sale by Kirk G. Phillips. All kinds of fresh cut flowers on hand st Mrs. M. Uebmann's. DR A Ft. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN, BURGiiON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main 8treet Dr. Glutne's Celebrated Trasses on hand. Dr. Oants, dentist, over Rosenthal's clothing store, CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. The Syndicate restaurant on Lee t, .4. ff p T TT been sunk to a depth of 504 feet with street is again In in Held for business, better than ever prepare! to take care ! of It It to the warmest place in the winter, and the ooolas. and most in? it-tog in the summer. It is a first-class AMERICAN Restaurant, conducted by an American who won the title of colonel over thirty years ago Not one hild dies where ten formerly died from creep. People have learned W. E. LOWE, GRAND FASTER CASH the value of One Minute Cough Curs SAL out pump, but Monday afternoon water come in and during the night rose to a dept of eight and a half feet A pump will be put in and work contra lied. A nw choir Is to be organised for St Ambrose Catholic church, and Prof. R B. George, who fes starting a music class In the city, will assist in getting , It up. A meeting will be held at the rectorjr.tatfa afternoon at 4.20, for the , first rehearsal, and singers of the church of all ages are asked to attend. The rehearsal iwttl be tree. ' J. W. Mann of Omaha, foreman of construction for the Western Union , ...Telegraph company, Is in the city superintending the work of mo ring the company's Deadwood offio from its present quarters Into the room Is.eiy and use it for severe lung and throat troubles. It immediately stops cough- inc. It never falls. For sale by Kirk Then, Mg BEB HIVE wes never so thoroughly prepared to supply the Ba star wants of the people as lit la this se ason, both in point of style. a. Phiiiipe. and price. The stocks are gorgeous and varied and embrace everything that Is new and stylish; showing everything that is beautiful to wear If yon want a nice lunch at anytime. ions; newest garmenta for men, women and children; in unrivaled modes of MILLINERY, suites and skirts, Jackets and capes, silk waists. ti stop in and see Cacy, at the Bodega, Coffee and rolls for a light lunch in the ly nngtare, mens and boys clothing, etc, from the finest to ti cheapest You will find them here in nrofu-ten to mlit vrv m-fc. every hxt. In jurflce to yourself you should inspect this incomparable exhibit If only to post yourself on styles and values. Astonishingly low prtas erf imng ror spot cash is the order of this week's badness. morning, 15c BY SAVINw THB NICKLES AND DIMES YOU ARB EARNING DOLLARS DURING THE YslAR. TOO vacated by C. K. Hawley, next to the poetofnce. It to expected that the com pany will be fully established In the uN DO THIS BT BUYING AT THB Ladies Suits and Wraps. i. ill' Mi I i Easter Milliner-y STANDARD CASH BTORjg, MA. I STREET. ' 'FmW&xrmmmrB U $1.85, worUai i 2 jo ASSUREDLY CORRECT HEADWEAR. ' A remarkable illustration of the pen- Dead-wood's premier styles from Paris, London and New TK ATwwy-nve mbck sue capes at, 14.66, worth 10.00 Twenty-five ladles' te&or rhade suits, aU colors, for this sale go at f5.5 wMiyu vi wuuu was pivevwaa Mon wtth the unique1 ooncepUons of our own skilled designer, junl now in charge of the Millinery Department, will make the BBS Bj 12.50 20.00 19.75 worm t Twenty beautiful tailor made suits st $12.25. worth .. ....... ... Fifteen highest class $35.00 dallor made suits, special price Fifteen beautiful new goM capes. $9.00. $12.00 and $15.00, worth double! If your watch wants fixing take it to A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. . Five hundred yards of heavy brocaded 18lnch ailk will be offered at Chase's on Friday and Saturday of this week at 20 centper yard, worth 40 cents anywhere. ENBRY DEPARTMENT more than ever headquarters for aa root dressers. Our prices on the highest' grades of millinery will abe about cm neceasarilT aakAd hv a-ruoiv miitin-rv YMnaM. Do not think 0 day Wght When Max Flshel's grama- phone was running 1n his store. The atmosphere was just night, and the se-w lections that .wer produced could be . heard, plainly In front of the Bullock - hotel aad la front of the Pioneer-Ttmea office. Mr. .Fisher, front door was :' open, and standing four or five doors away from the store the 'instrument sua waisa, your cnoice, Z.45,worth $4.50, $6.00 to 7.00 We are showing the most complete line to neckwear In the Black Hills. on your spring hat until you have seen the BEE HIVE MILLlNEBj Col. Sione of the Syndicate restaurant, is having his "spring opening" after the restaurant has gone through Twenty-five dozen ladies white hem- 20 pieces 40-ln black dre l! Men's and Boy's Cloihinir. One hundred men's fancy satin-lined, all-wool suits at $12.50, worth $11.00. stitched nendkercbiefs, 5c, worth 15c worth 50c per yard. could be heard almost as plainly, and a torelt Best crochet and knitting cotton, all 20 pieces double-fold 2,000 yards beautiful Scotch gingham at 9c per yard, worth 20c 1,000 yards light cambric at 4s per yd. 1,000 yards novelty chambras at 4c Pryard. , 2,000 yards indigo blue figured dress One hundred men's all-wool suits si Ik. wtrth 25c colors, 5c a ball. ' ,W-.S , COdd-W I"" Everything is made tc eentty secured apnMaaces for non la the city. ' . records at home,, an4 he 4s getting1 $8.50, worth $15.00. Best kid hair curlers at 5c a bunch. Five hundred pair scissors at 25a One hundred men's all-wool euHs st 20 pieces JWn taffeta 4 worth 85c 10 pieces brocade atHc,' Prtnts, SKe per yard. $5.60, wortt. $1150. One thousand pair ladles' and ohll- quite a colleoCon that are of Interest curiey lent yesterday for his old te Dead-wood Deoole. - : i home at Boston 1n the bope that his " oww wuoi suns at so as., ' " - -aurwi orgsuunes area's hose at 12)4 a pair, worth 20c to Carpets. health may be benefited. A large num ber of friends, a majority of whom were firemen,' were at 4he depot last 86c per pair. Five hundred bolts crepe paper, all colors, 6c a bolt Prof. George and wife, assisted by Prof. Green, who travels with them, gave a charming concert last evening S pieces oej www ax. 40. .1 ts wvt . , . Wis wfH sell you clothing, hats and TT outln flannel est 5c per yard, cape at one-third less tfcan the prices worth 10e, usual ty asked for tne same grades of r ehowlng the most complete roods. . 1 of wash goods ever brought to the BteckHUta. worth 60c per yam. night to pay their respects before he in the M. &, church. The large an Five hundred children's chimlse and ece wool )nrin, 474 drawer, 15c each. J.,,, id st 85c. .- ! left tows, and co wish him wetl. The dltorium 'was crowded to its , utmost 1 firemen expressed their esteem ' in a m xutto uuuuiw m corseca, ovc eaws. capacity. At the conclusion of the AUfcia OUUC . Flvo hundred 25 pieces yardwlde Bru- Twenty cases' men's tan and Uart " . ""- wrorth $L0O to $U0. eoncert tie professor explained In de-! 8UUaJ1 hlm H ava.li Ma T-vrMvt .-a . wMcft ld been donated by the cart a yard, worth 20 pieces new Brussl voice culture. ' The audience " became Tarioa" ompan4ea and by private sub- scripts' on. calf .hoe. at $L25. $ W .worti ; 7 . . from $too to $wo per pr. . -, Ladle's and Children's Shoes Dress Goods and Silks. WW yards bleached muaUn. 6e yard. Area's shoes aad sHmm . - . at once interested and a class of nearly crate, crockery at actual 50 was organJted. The class begins Ft has been suggested, and Che sug aVt. Masvlaa f estloo is a good one, that the Olympic 200 Tards TntVM T - oiaca ngurra oruuan wora bk p. m. ooay ana win contftnoe for the full term of twelve lea tinea and novelty goods, $2c, worth club assume the responeiblltty of bring , M uu,k, ac per pur. worth from ' lt!C worth 40 $L7S to $150 Dsr nair. JOns. mooting cadi aftanum aiiut mm 65c mum. . f, x . m 1. ' 1 . . u uumj osierreu xom quesuon 01 Joining the class utwtn ther could sn. 1il InmMllMI. aua 1, - ' ' tlifll tt " suit parents or friends. The (class win iouMew.ieiO0uMedJr mia-ewenln-r. w vwu,f mm not mass, W are both buying and selling all goods for etrfctly "P casn. Mtooffttewmeartf ing a .series of first-class entertain-tnents to the ctty; that lecturers and musical associations of nsrflonel reputa tlon be engaged, TMs would not Interfere with Che regular sjenil-nionth-ly dances and , athlttic sports.; It Would give the club a national reputation among entertainers and would be furnishing entertainment to suit the tastes of all the members of the club. The enthusiasm created by last even V ing's concert augors well for the suo-.. cess of the Institute, mod for the permanent benefit the rouslo lovers of our city will derive from Ha instructions. p E AO WOO D, S . D. HlVt "V

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