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April 18, 1899

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

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THE DAILY PIONEER TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1899. Smoke Happy Bill cigar Try a Happy Bill cigar. Rooms to let at the HoUner. I t t Hairdresstng at 8eetick's. CHARLET, THE TAILOR. LEE ST. ZIPPTS FOR FINE SHOES. Sporting goods at the RED ANVIL-tf Call at Erickson k Folstad, the Dead-wood Tailors, for a spring suit. Soap thats all soap Diamond "C" Soap. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. Gloves, Corsets, and Hosiery rt Ackermann's. Calumet (r) Baking (z) Powder Blockade over. Rock Springs coal at Stearns & Company. For elegant slippers go to Zlpp's. "A word to the wise is sufficient" 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 Elkton, Ky., for twelve years; has soli hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured, which shows conclusively that Chara-Ix-iiain's is the most satisfactory to the people, and Js the best. For sale by all druggists. Zipp can fit any foot to perfection. The newest and most oomlortabie rooms in the city are at the HoUner Insist upon smoking a Eappy Rill cigar. IF YOU ARU NOT BUYING AT THE STANDARD CASH GROCERY, SHERMAN ST.. YOU ARE LOSING MONEY. THE NEW CUSTOMERS ARE INCREASING DAILY. Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by the day, week or month, at the Hoi cner. J. H. Oral) am, D. D. S., dentil parlors over First National bank. Deadwood. Crown and bridge work a specialty. There may be some Just as good, but none better than the Happy Bill cigar for five cents. I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and 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 I I I I 'i .4 THE CITY. You will find the Happy Bill cigar for sale at all first class cigar stands. EVERYBODY who really understands the "Angeles" -the people's own pianj player is enthusiastic over it. Nothing ever before brought here excites 6uch 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's, 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 lVne. Lead, S. D. For a nice sweet, mild smoke try a NEW. GOODS Arriving Daily. We will show you the largest and handsimest line of skirts in the west. Ranges? The Majestic? At the RED ANVIL. tf. By a secret prtx-oss a large per cent of the nicotine has been extracted r. om the Happy Bill cigar. Try one. Peoplb who have once taken DeWitt's Little Early Risers will never have any thing el.- They are the "famous 1H- Hair goods at Seebick's. CHARLEY. THE TAILOR, LEE ST. Special cash discounts on everything at THE ARK. Shampooing and manicuring at Seebick's. Thai finest line of ladles' gloves, hos tary cud corsets In the city at Acker-mamn'a. Silver plated Napkin Ring given tree for saving 75 Diamond "C" Soap wrappers. Do you eat? Jt Ous Kellar's meat market on Main street, yon can get the worst cases with myself and chil I tie pills" for torpid liver and all irreg drea. W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md. For sale by all druggists. Happy Bill cigar. An open face nickel watch free to users of Dlamoud "C" Soap. Ask your grocer. ularities of the system. Kw sale by Kirk G. Phillips. J. J. Feldhanaen, the transfer man, has moved to Nos. 7, 11 and 13 Main street, old McGill stand, where his customers may find him hereafter. All accounts due the Ayies & Wardman Hardware company must be settled at once. Pay up and save trouble and expense. GEO. V. AYRES, President and General Manager. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE Trimmings for evening waists and ribbons at the LADIES BAZAAR The more you smoke them the more you will. We speak of the Happy Bill cigar, the best for five cents on the market You can no doubt get it at the RED ANVIL. REMOVED. Take Notice CiUiens.-Your headquarters for genuine pi Our skirts consist of Plaids, Stripes, Checks, Brocades, Plain and depon (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 elser where. M. HERMANN. mil 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 .. Btraasky Steel WareT Tea. War-ranted to last five years. At the RED ANVIL. tf. The correct place to buy your house furnishing goods la at THE ARK. Low (does for cash. I. E. Albright, the Black Hills piano tunor, can be had by telephoning 1044 old tine, 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. OP MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE w. u nm, d. jjl s., Grown ana Bridge Work a specialty. Gives gas for painless extraction of Uei.h. Over Phillip's Pharmacy. One trial Till coavlnoe you that Diamond "C" Soap is best far laundry anoe 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, aad always SOMEONE. FRESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DELIVERY AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT IS HE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Rock Springs coal to burn at CALL FOtt IT. As the season of the year when pnej monia, la grippe, sore throat, coughs colds, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "Is a fine substitute," will "answer the purpose," or is "Just as gooi" as One Minute Cough Cure. That is Ue one Infallible remedy for all lung, I wish to sell my family korse "Rod aey," my two seated carriage and my woggy. J. F. EDMOND3. . The latest in sailors amd street hats, sud tatte Importations of pattern hats IV to lbs shown It hi In tmminr iwMtk t For dlamons go to A. F. Snyder's. Dr. Gantz, dentist, over Rosenthal's clothing store, CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. The Syndicate restaurant 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 coolest 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 Core. Use bill -or the undertaker's. For sale iy Kirk G. Phillips. If you want a nice lunch at anytime, rp in and see Cacy, at the Bodega, Coffee and rolls tor a light lunch in th morning, 16c BY dAVINu fHE NICKLES AND DIMES TOU ARE BARKING DOLLARS DURING THE YuJAR. YOU ' N DO THIS BY BUYING AT THE STA IDARD CASH 8TORE, SHER-MA1 STREET. If your watch wants fixing take it to 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 'tome-thing else" is offered you. For sale by Kirk G. Phillips. All kind of fresh cut flowers on hand at Mrs. M. Llebmann'k. DR A. Ft. NAULTEU8 PHYSICIAN, SURGrfON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. 1 Over Goldberg's Store. Main Street. Dr. Grains' s Celebrated Trusses on hand the Ackeraaann mJUlnery parlors. A son was born to E. C. Howeon Man 4y might. IV. L. McLaughlin was appointed ad-mimdstraltnr of the estate of John ' CXkmnelfl, deceased, in counity court yesterday. , 8. . Sharp was arrested yesterday T f f f" 1 r 1 W. E. LOWE. , tor sBsnua ana Dauery ana was canen oefoce .a jjolloe .magistrate. Wis case was xuntilnued and 'he iwas allowed to ' ga an Ids torn reoognizsthce. , The .young (child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shadd .of HOI City, died Sunday and Rent. M. JEL Pand of Spearfleh. also pastor of he Episcopal church of ifcill Olty wet to that .place yesterday afternoon to conduct th funeral eerrioea. Save .the .wrapper around Diamond CT Soap. Xbey are worth money. A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. 1 GRAND FASTER CASH SALE Five hundred yards of heavy 181ncn silk will be offered at Chase's on Friday and Saturday of this week at, 20 cents per yard, worth 40 cent unarns JBjarcker of this city, memher f Jrigsbyfe rough riders, anywhere, T OOK here! Nobody is selling such w mper! w suppiy a erer wants ox the people as It Is this season, both in point of style, QuaUt and price. The stocks are gorgeous and varied and embrace everything that la new and stylish; showing everything tfrat is .beautiful to wear to M tons; newest garment, for men. woman and children; In unrivaled mode, of MILLINERY, suites and skirt., Jackets and capes, silk waists, cona dak. ty togutoe, men a and boy a clothing, etc.. from the finest to the cheapest You will find them here in profusion to suit every price, every fancy. thi J! yrT! T"hOUld 1"8Pe0t lnCOfnPeraWe ethl " to post yourself on styles and values. Astonishingly low prices oa thing for spot cash la the order of this week's business. m ' "d StAtes ijavaliy, and fe at Jt . Meade. Hs ww down to the post .one day last week and. made! apptksatton, And was accepted without a Mich. Rlnlrftllforiil TTVwnim Nn 110. U H D lgood pianos for so Bfctte money, and easy terms as C E Haw ley. Do not allow anyone to deceive you, but always see ibis pianos, and crlces and 4- terms; you owe It to yourself to do thla. C tit Tumr Wlirl linJ4 1m unm.il wixvW Easter Millinery. No. 639, by BuIkJck Hotel Mm Louise announces hat she will Ladies Suits and Wraps. Fifty black street skirts at $1.85i wortta ................. . Twenty-nre black silk capes at 4.5. worth "'.!'!!!!!!!.!'!! Twenty-five ladies' tailor madri suits, all colors, for this sale go at 5.95 ASSUREDLY CORRECT HEADWEAB do dressmaking at shot notice, having ' a m - - . - ball in Society hall at Terry Monday night. JUajy 1. The Forum as became cue at ue foremost eocieOes of Terry and It reckons among ft members the very bast inaonle at Ike .town. - v - seourea ner eastern neip, Prtoes: Or-gandleB. $10: cloth. SU to S14: silks. worth $ 2.50 10.00 12.66 20.00 19.76 7.00 Prof, R.R. George has been asked to Twenty beautiful aitor made suits at 12.2i, worth 1415 to $18. According to design select ed. At W. E. Lowe's. -H. 0. Alexander at Terry lsaa'succeed remain and gwe a second term in, sing Dead wood's premier styles from Paris, London and New York. Tb with the unique conceptions of our own skilled designer, Mme. Maap now in charge of the Millinery Department, will make the BEE HIVE MI ENERY DEPARTMENT more than ever headquarters for 31ack Hills rect dressers. Our prices onthe highest grades of millinery will be about one half ' necessarily asked by exclusive millinery houses. Do not think of ded3 on your spring hat until you have seen the BEE HIVE MILLINERY. raeen Highest class 135.00 tailor mads suits, special price Fifteen beautiful new golf capes, 19.00. 112.00 and $15.00, work dcmble'. One hundred ladies silk waists, your choice, $2.45,worth 14.60. $6.00 to we are snowing ma most complete line In neckwear in the Black Hills. Men's anOof-'s Clothinr. '. ing, notation, rolce culiura ant chorus didlL A free Jeeaon rial he j3ren" in the M. Ey. church Tuesday, April 18,'at 4:15 and 7:30 m. -Everybody Is invited. ,',':- : Intonuatjon Wanted. Regardtay the wfoereaibouta of Char He Oomoneanwho k-ft Dlgby. N. D about 16 years ago for the Black Hills, ft. Dakota. Any one baring any knowledge at his preav ec E. a fc,angler .as Blank Hills representative' of me McOord-Brady Grocery company of Omaha, and wtll make his .headquarters to Dead wood. He U associated withR. F. Bacon, and will cover vthe eaime terrtBory that, Mr. SpangJer covered. ;Mr. Alexatnder Intends to move Us family down to Dead wood as soon at he can find a place to ttva. - - - One hundred men's fancy satin-lined, ail-wool suits at $1160, worth 11100. 2,000 yards beautiful Scotch gingham I si 9c per yard, worth 20c 1,000 yards light cambric at 4c per yd. 1.000 yarda novelty abamJbra at 4kc (.'per yard," ' ... , 2,000 yards Indigo bin figured dress One hundred men's all-wool ' auJta at $W0. wortai I15.00.ur r.K.n-r ;,;,v One hundred men's all-wool suite at ec es m r a prate, SKc per yard. George Dixon, a former employe on Fifty boy Scotch wool tuica at 95 cta 1,000 yfd wanif tttu organdlea :..wrtfcUav,::;;::v 20 pieces 40-In black dress good. H worth 60c per yard. 20 pieces double-fold novelty ' goods, 9c, worth 25c. 20 pieces 32-ln taffeta silks, IW T worth 85c. 10 pieces brocade silks, 45c. worth Carpets. . 6 pieces heavy lngnln carpet worth 60c per yard. 10 pieces wool Ingrain, 47ttc a 7 ually sold at 85c. 25 plecea j-ardwide Brussels carpet. a yard, worth $1.25. 20 pieces new Brussels carp. worth 86c. f crates crockery at actual.eo thiaealaj 10.000 rolls of Wall Paper . . Twenty-live doxen ladies whits hemstitched handkerchiefs, 5c," worth 15. Best crochet and knitting cotton, all colors, 6c a ball. Best kid hair curlers at 6c a bunch. - Five hundred pair scissors at 25c One thousand pair ladles' and oMl-dren'a boss at 12 a pair, worth 20c to J5c per pair; ; ; " Five hundred bolts crepe paper, all colors, 5c a bolt , ....... Frre hundred children's chimlae and trrawers, 15c each. Three hundred odd corsets, 60c each, worth $L00 to $1.60. Dress Goods and Silks. 10 pieces 464nch black serge, I2K eta. ;jrorth We. - , 7, - -:,rr , . .77 20 pieces ii-ta. biack figured trlllboa-nea an4wrreltyx)od. 2H, worth nt address wJM please notify Edward . Felt, M Parker street. Charlestonr. Mass.. ,' ,. ' ?, If you suffer from tenderness or fullness on Che right aide, pain aader the shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness, sick headache, and feel duIL heavy and sleepy, your liver is torpid -and congested. DeWTtt' LitUe Early rtisers will cure you promptly, fleas- the Burimgton section at RochHord, died at St Joeeph'a hospital Saturday morning of typhoid fever, and his re-ffiamei now We In an undertaitog room, raiting the action 'of some of his friends, who have agreed to gire them burial. . But little la known of his an-Isoedenfcs, and Jew save those with wham he had (been working knew Mm well He was a man about 35 years of age, and had always proven himself to be a reliable, sober man, todustrlous and Jjonest " ' ' " We wm sell yon clothing, hats and . yara vniD flannel at 6c per yard, caps at one-third less than the irtcea . j w1 10c-i i h. f usually asked for tne same grades of p" ' moat compleU goods, 'if ' m H "wash goods ever brought to the - , , Black HlUa. Men $ SnOC ' " . , , 'Flvo hundred :mea;a inilaundried Twenty cases man's tan and ; thick whSts shirts at 46c, usually mow at 7Ss calf shoe, at $1.25. $W0. $t75.f worta f I -; T from $2.00 to $160 per pair. : , ? f Ladie'saiid Children's Shoes.' iDoinestlcs and Unens.'f:v: .'i uaw and tuu 1.000 yards bleached muslin. 6a yard, dren'a shoes and iii.. act ly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing Ur bile ducts to open and flow ' naturally. i ney are gooa psus. for saw by Kira 200 yards Turkey red table llnoi ' at Franca kid. at 8S per pair, worth AOkC, www tve . ......... 11.76 to IU0 per eafr.----- -- , ww i. -. . .- . . ... . . . rtgna. at one-half whacou .--A WHEN TRAVELING, V Whether on pleasure bent or business, take on every trip a bottle of Sytnp of Figs, as k acta most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches. This tremendous money saving opportunity you moat sot tolas. Wa an boOi buylnf and aelllnf all goods for strfctly spot easb. which 1 Mllla VtiHi Bargalar-' s.v.j. 1 r to ogwr ttaM Cvloa. ib BEE HIVE la the Horn of the Gen John W. Musgrave, who spent same tine in Deadwood, Terry and Spear-fish and other places tn the Hills, is lol ling a pxx&fem on he Argue-Leader of ;oux Falls as. exchange editor, and Js dc'cg well, die was In the Insur-a noe busihess hlle In the Black Hills, anl also pract"0! w o some extent. He loft Dead-wood for Sioux Falls z.l-rt cloct.'ca tlms last falL j and other forma of sickness.' For sale in 50 cent botIe by all leadfii dmr. gists. Manufactured by the California' Fig Syrup company only. - : DE ADWQOD. S. D.' ! jf ' 1 1 1. i iii, . , ....

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