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April 16, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, SUNDAY MQRNINQ, APRIL 16, 1899. Try a Happy Bill cigar. Zipp can fit any foot to perfection. The newest and most comfortable - $ FeoC prepared Wits "Cslumwt" la Vr from Rooheil Salts, Alum. Lima and Ammonia. "Calumet" la tha HouMwWa'e Friend. i rooms in las dty are at the Holzner Insist upon smoking a Happy Bill cigar. Hatrdreastng at Seebick's. CHARLEY, THE TAILOR, LEE ST. ZD7P1S FOR FINE SHOES. Sporting goods at the RED ANVIL, tf Call at Ertckson a Folstad, the Dead-wood Tailors, for a spring suit. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. Glovej, Corsets, and Hosiery at Ackerm turn's. Par Rent A four room house in the Firs ward. Mrs. Chas. Basse. You will find the Happy Bill cigar for sale at all first class cigar stands. IF TOU ARk! NOT BUYING AT THE STANDARD CASH GROCERY. SHER JllO Ivl I? Powder MAN ST.. YOU ARB LOSING MONEY THE NEW CUSTOMERS ARE INCREASING DAILY. NONE GO GOOD. Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by the day, week or month, at the Hoi zner. J. H. O rail am, D. D. 8., dentil parlors THE CITY. over Flnrt National bank. Deadwood Crown and bridge work a specialty. There may be some Just as good but none bettor than the Happy Bill cigar for five cents. Smoke Happy BUI cigar. Blockade over. Rock Springs coal at Stearns k Company. For elegant slippers go to Zipp's. 1 A word to the wise la sufflcient" and a word from the wise should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wise? Those who know. The oft repeated experience of trustworthy persons may be taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other In the market. He has been In the drug business at Blkton. Ky., for twelve years; has sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured, which shows conclusively that Chamberlain's Is the most satisfactory to the people, and i3 the best. For sale by all druggists. Ranges? The Majestic? At the RED ANVIL. tL By a secret process a large per cent of the nicotine has been extracted r.-om the Happy Bill cigar. Try one. J. J. Feldhansen, the transfer man, bas moved to No. 7, 11 and 13 Main street, old McGii; stand, where bis customers may find him hereafter. All accounts due the Ayies at Ward man Hardware company must be settled at once. Pay up and save trouble and expense. GEO. V. AYRES, President and General Manager. W. L. Nell, D. S., All kinds of dental work carefully done by the latest methods. Office and residence over Phillips' drug store. Open evenings until 9 o'clock. I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Hair goods at Seebick's. Rooma to let at the Holzner. CHARLEY, THE TAILOR, LEE ST. Special cash discounts on everything at THE ARK. Shampooing and manicuring at SeeMck's. The) finest line of ladies' gloves, bos Sery cud corsets In the city at Acker- Diarrhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enterprise recently, which leads me to write this. I can truthfully say I never used any remedy equal to it for colic and diarrhoea. I have never had to use more than one or two doses to cure the worst cases with myself and call-. EVERYBODY who really understands the "Angeles" the people's own piano player la enthusiastic Over it. Nothing ever before brought here excites such astonishment. Don't 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 it at Hawley'e, No. 639, by Bullock Hotel. J. W. Curran, the loan and Insurance agent, has money to loan in small or large amounts, and no delay to get Telephone 1145 old lne. Lead, S. D. For a nice sweet, mild smoke try a Happy Bill cigar. 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. Everything new and neat at th Holzner. If you want a nice job of engraving done take it to Snyder, the Jeweler. For diamons go to A. F. Snyder's. Dr. Gants, dentist, over Rooenthal's drea. W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md. For sale by all druggists. Trimmings for evening waists and ribbons at the LADIES BAZAAR NEW GOODS Arriving Daily. We will show you the largest and handslmest line of skirts In the west. Our skirts consist of Plaids, Stripes Checks, Brocades, Plain and (Vepon (all colors). 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. The more you smoke them the more you will. We epeak of the Happy Bill claar. the best for five cents on the Do you eat? At Gus Kellar's meat market on Main street, you can get all kinds of good meats at the lowest Trices. Quick sales and small profits keep meats fresh and good. Don't forget the number 642 Main street Btransky Steel Ware? Yes. Warranted to test five years. At the RED ANVIL. tt The correct place to buy your house furnishing goods Is at THE ARK. Low Vetoes for cash. I wish to sell my family horse "Rod-Bey," my two seated carriage and my market You can no doubt get It at the RED ANVIL. REMOVED. Take Notice Citizens.-Your headquarters for genuine pi clothing store, CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AMI PABST W1LWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OP MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOu IT. As the seajson of the year when pnej monla, la grippe, sore throat, coughs anos is now at No, 639 Main sit., by Bullock hotel. Come right in and be at home. C. E. Hawley will be there all he can, aad always SOMEONE. FRESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DELIVERY AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT IS THE PLACE1 TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Rock Springs coal to burn at colds, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "Is a fine substitute," will "an swer the purpose," or Is "just as go1 as One Minute Cough Cure. That la the one infallible remedy for all lung. The Syndicate resoaurant on Lee street is again in the Held for business, better than ever prepared to take care of It. It is the warmest place in the winter, and the coolw. and most inviting in the summer. It is a nrst-class AMERICAN Restaurant, conducted by an American who won the title of col-one) over thirty years ago. Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough- readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use bill or the undertaker's. For sale uy Ktrk G. Phillips., If you want a nice lunch at anytime, stop In and see Cacy, at the Bodega, Coffee and rolls for a light lunch In the morning, 15c. Bl SAVINu THE NICKLES AND DIMES TOU ARE EARNING DOLLARS DURING THE Yb)AB YOU ' N DO THIS BYBUYINO AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE. 8HER-MA.I STREET. If your watch wants fixing take it to A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. Five hundred yards of heavy brocaded ISinch silk will be offered at Chase's on Friday and Saturday ot this week Stearns & Company. STRAYED. One dark iron gray horse branded Z on left shoulder; also one 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 Deetken's drug store. throat or bronchial troubles. Insist vigorously upon having it if "something else" Is offered you. For sale by Kirk G. Phillips. All kinds of freah cut flower on hand at Mr. M. Llebmann'a. DR. A Ft. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN, SUROifiON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Glutae's Celebrated Trusses on sand uggy. J. F. EDMONDS. Dont miss the print sale alt 3 cents at NEW YORK STORE, Dead wood. 0. C. Jewett, the architect, is con-ned to his room with a severe attack of tnnailltia. A marriage license was procured yesterday by A. J. Risden to marry Emma Wearae, both of Lead. J. M. Fish, the county commissioner, is suffering with a bad cold on his tangs, and was kept ia uis bouse yesterday by it Skari Alnley, of Lead, a Russian by birth, took out fats first papers yesterday. For Rent 3 rooms suitable for light housekeeping, furnished, or unfurnished. Mrs. Gaston, 69 Centennial Ave. The D. C. train ran off the track ear the passenger depot test night, and required several minutes' work to get it back. A. J. Matterner of this city and Ernest May of Lead left yesterday with B. F. Ankeny for the tetter's ranch at Lakeside, Neb., for a few days' hunt. The latest n sailors and street hats, and lata Importations of pattern hats ere to be shown thite com log week at . the Ackermann millinery parlors. John T. Moore, Che newepaper man, has signed a contract as manager of the Boyd's Theatre, Omaha, having cou-doded an engagement with the Orphe- f f "T f 't "f 1 W. E. LOWE, GRAND FASTER QASH SAki at 20 cents per yard, worth 40 cents anywhere. People who have once taken DeWitt'a Little Early Risers will never have any thing else. They are the "famous lit Thehbig BEE HIVE tras never so thoroughly prepared to supply the B eter want of the people as it is this se ason, both in point of style, and price. The stocks are gorgeous and varied and embrace everything that is new and stylish; showing everything that is beautiful to wear : ions; newest garments for men. women and children; in unrivaled modes of MILLINERY, suites and skirts, Jackets and capes, silk waists, oo ty llngulre, men's and boy's clothing, etc.. from the finest to Che cheapest. You will find them here in profusion to suit every :rice, every nMT I If 1 In Justice to yourself you should inspect this ucomparable exhibit if only to post yourself on styles and values. Astonishingly low pricai tning ror spot cask is the order of thla week's business. tle pills" for torpid liver and all Irregularities of the system. For sale by Kirk G. Phillips. A local cliorus of fifty voices and a children's chorus of flfity Voices under the direction Of Prof. R. B. George of Chicago, will give an up-to-date musicals ot high order In then First M. E. church Monday, April 17, at 8 p. m. A pleasing program and an enjoyable ttme ts promised. Proceeds divided wtth the church. Admission 25c LOOK here! Nobody is selling such good pianos for so little money, and easy terms as C R Haw ley. Do Easter Millinery. Ladies Suits and Wraps. Fifty black street skirts at $185. wortth ... g S5j Twenty-five black silk capes at f 4.65, worth iq.oo Twenty-five ladles' taOor made suits, all colors, for this sals go at $5.95 ASSUREDLY PftHBlSPT HIBATVOTIPATt -. J. F. Edmonds Is making ' preparations to mors Wis family to Denver, where he baa headquarters, and wll probably get away from Deadwood bout the nrkMJe i of the present week.' The adverse claims of the Qdlden "Wedge vs. Rainbow Mlntog company 'was confirmed yesterday and . patent will Issue to One latter company for tt round at Garden City. , -. , O. P. Ankeny yesterday received the shipment of 900 quail that were ordered from Wichita, Kan., end a part of them "were sent out to the valleye to be turn d loose. . The remainder of them will Dead wood's premier styles from Paris, London and New Torlj now in chai-ffa rrf t:h uritHnAnr rvnuirnun will make the BEB &1! 12.50 20.00 19.75 worm ...... Twenty beautirul tailor made suits at $12.25. worth . . I. ... .' ... . . Fifteen highest class $35.00 tailor mads suits, special price ..... ....... Fifteen beautiful new golf capes, $9,00. $12.00 and $15.00. worth doubla ENBRY DEPARTMENT more than ever headquarters for rect dressers. ; not allow anyone to deceive you, but Our prices on the highest grades of millinery will be about one! .. . . '. . t rw, nni think 05 al ways see his pianos, and prices and One hundred ladies silk waists, your choke, $2.45, worth $4.60, $6.00 to 7.00 terms; you owe It to yourself to do this. Ws are showing the most complete 11ns in neckwear in the Black mils, "ni7 asaea oy exclusive millinery nouses. ux on your spring hat until you have seen the BEE HIVE MILLING ce noaretea toaay. ; - : " t No. 639, by 'BuJlaok Hotel. 2,000 yards beautiful Scotch gingham Twenty-five dozen ladies' whits hem- 20 pieces 40-in black dre V i 1T WOr"V20c- stttohed handkerchiefs, 5c. worth 15c. worth 50c per yard. I 1,000 yards light cambric at 4c nar rd. iw v,. ' w.fold wT4l1 Men's and Boy's Clothing. One hundred men's fancy satin-lined, : all-wool nits at $1150, wortl $1100. One hundred men's all-wool salts at Bishop W. H. Hare, of the diocese ot South Dakota, arrived at Sturgie yesterday, and will bold confirmation services there today. He win conduct confirmation services in Deadwood next Sunday. ... . . ; .,:-, "". Frank Williams, w ho was arrested on the charge of purloining a lot ot brass metal from the Burlington round house, was given a hearing before Jus-lice Early yesterday and was fined $10 and costs, whWi he paid. t Henry McDonald was severely burn- i wnrth 25C 1,000 yards novelty cnambru at 4He colors, 5c a ball. $8.50, worth $15.00. 20 pieces 32-in taffeta On hundred men's ail-wool suits at 2,000 yra" Indigo blue figured dress Mme Lwrise announces that she will $5.50, worth $12.50. Wva 1 varv ,r 4 10 pieces brocade silks, M 1 wZJltT; thousaiul pair ladle.' and ohll- 1'!0.rdB ben flwd organdl- dren's hose at 12 a pair, worth 20c to Onan plant yesterdaV morning whils ! dra??k!fB " Carpets, i wvurai wot wisTi neap, races: vjr- " ' Fifty boy's Scotch wool wait at 95 ots., worth $L75. ...'.. We will sell you clothing,' hats and caps at one-third less than the prices nsnoiwrg a quantity bt sulpUnrtc acid. i xZC ... Z.. V Hs got a light too near thTga; hat f?" t !"; $1S to $18. According to design select worta im. 1 S5e per pair - mJ1UaMl'0- fc KM Wta creps paper, aU kVILfZS? ia-let rcbildren'. chimlst and fr?teWbrototlM drawers. 15c each. Black Hills. ah aai4 fVarrruarl SaDwf AvnlWaran wnskav 4Ka esalt ' -.- - red. At W. E. Lows a usually asked tor toe same grades of goods.' ' ' ' pieces neaT worth 60c per yard. 10 pieces wool lngia. 47,18 nally sold at 85c. 25 piece, jardwide v tl vMHn -wm,-w Th Ineanlty held a he Golden Reward dhkwinatian nlant. yesterday- 1n the case of Will Three hundred odd corsets, 60s each. Men's Snoe ism r. nan km. ixwiwgoa, ua . vne worth $L00 to $L50. Five hundred men's vntaaadiied whits shirts at 45c, usually anld ot 75a. a yard, worth Twenty cases men's ban and tlack calf shoes at SL25. 11.50. tl.75. worth charge of insanity. The bearing was Brnsseii caught his foot In the rearing about one ot the solution barrels at the plant last evening, and his teg between the knee and teste? was badly crushed. 20 pieces new woKh 85c continued for two weeks, and Hall was oixlered taken to tbe county hospital to be planed under the care of the coon- Dress Goods and Silks. 10 pieces 4-lnch bliackMrge, 22 ots.. worth 60c : from $100 to $3.60 per pair. . j Ladle's and Children's Shoes. Domestics and Linens. . One thowssndi pair ladies and chil- actln I crates crockery at -aruiougn, no bones were broken. this sala If you suffer from tendrrness or full r'"TT - J ' aVTlrr1"' Q yaro.. eus snoes am aUppers, - genuine 20 pieces 44-4a Mac flgurrd brillian- 200 yards Turkey red table Mnen at French Wd, at 95c per pair, worth tW si . tl. . , l 10.0W)roiJ.-"--rt4todld 18e. worth 40c. . $1.75 to $20 per pair.. " Uc-t: : - tens, at one- j . ness on the right side, pains under the . shoulder blades, conetSpatlon, bilious. : ness, sfck neadaches, and feel dull, "ceavy and sleepy, your liver is torpid WHEN TRAVELING, ,. Whether on pleaeore bent or business, take on every trip a bottle ot 8yrup of cash, which H -and congested- OeWttt'1 Little Early rigs, as It acts most' pleasantly and ef , This tremendon. money saving opportunity' yon must not mist, W. are both buyinc and seljinc ah goods for strtatlf spot w to offer these imhearS of Talnea. T he. BEB HIVB is the Home of the Gen nine Bargain.. Risers will cure you promptly, pleas fectually on the kidneys, ttver .. and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches, and other jforms of sickneBa., For sals in 50 cent booties by all leading druggists. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrnp eotnpany only. : ' ' t antly and permanently by removing -the congestion and causing the tofts -ducts to open and . flow naturally. They axe good pi Ha. For sale by Kirk O. Phillips, ;:. eadwooo. s.;p. if m g . LOWE; "B E E HI V

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