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Deadwood, South Dakota
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THK DAILY ttOKEEll-TIMES. SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 1898. RooQuk. lux ud repair work of all 3 Zlpp can fit auy loot to perfection. Mies AllW Hughes. Norfolk, Va was frightfully burned oa the face and neck. Pain was Instantly relieved by DeWltt'a Witch Haael Salve, which healed the Injury without leaving a scar. It la ths famous plls remedy. N. E. Franklin. K. O. Phillips. Buckwheat flour aad Log Cabin ma 1 E have lust completed 5 Iff our annual inventory BHG6P and commencing Sates tllaila.eca AS70. Day Dawn For Careful Buyers. A Variety to 8let from that Competition Can't Beach. Variety the Greatest, Prices the Lowest... Monday, January 1798 We will Sell Ooods at Actual Cost. silk Mufflers. Jacanese and Brocade 811k Handker- chiefe, Linen Handkerchiefs. Silk rjmbr!Jai,Glovfl, Hate. Caps, 8hirta, Underwer ann Suspenders. itS An Ulster or Overcoat far Si your Husband or Brother. A Reefer or Boys Suit for your son will maHo them sSS to Please and do it. gj To Clear our shelves for the Early Spring Trade. 7. kind dwu i i& H.-d Aovll tin shup AU work giusajiteed. lr. Utfia. 'ivbiket. uer liuMalhal oltirv urr -I'KUWN aud . Mi 1 1X3 -C V.Ut:i Cue Mlnuu CouU Curs cures quickly. Ihst e tat yuu want. X. K Frans- .la. K. G. Phillip. X fit's bum abuon. Uefure couiructiti for a winter's ctal supply. Haul Htwuan at u Ucirle iKbt kimioiu. Uood TSuiea Uae come to tboee wUum Hood Sariaparllla has cured of scrofula, catarrh, dyipepela, rheumatism, eak nerves, or some other form of Impure blood. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take j with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Easy and yet efficient. Mrs. M. B. Koid, Ruddell's, 111., suffered for eight years from dyspepsia and chronic constipation and was finally cured by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills (or all stomach aad liver troubles. K. O. Phil lips, N. K. Franklin. .Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, 0., says, "After two doctors gave up my boy to die, 1 saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure." U is the quickent and nwt certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. K. G. Phillips. N. E. Frank-lln. The Pionser-Tlmea will not be responsible (or nor will It pay bills against employes unlsea a written der baa been given by the manager. The Palace Cafe, Lee street. C. L. Stewers repairs safes, locks, guns, bicycles, trunks, cutlery, etc. A cold morning call for buckwheat cakes and Log Cabin maple syrop. Sold by J. Hattenbacb ft Bro. Call on Mrs. H. J. Mooney. 723. Noble Block, (or stamping, art linen and New London wash silks, Tyriaa dye. Lessons gives In embroidering and lace. Free leesone with all pieces sold. All ths latest designs. The Grand Central Lodging Hoiiae (ovu Zoeckler's marki baa bew put In first class shape and la now as-der the management of Mrs. Kunse. Good clean beds, 15 and SO osnta, tf. Log Cabin maple syrup, pure, new and dsliclous, just arrived at J. Hat tenbaeb It Bro's. For elegant slippers go to Zlpp's. Home-made Apple Butter and Mine Meat, la pint Mason Jars, at Dead-wood Cask Grocery. For the Beat of meals, as much a you want and Just what you want, gi to the Palace Cafe on Lea street. Freeh out flowers and floral designs (or any occasion at Mrs. Llebmaan's ( The Housekeeper i Complete Klour cf rv.nJenctea. Have you seen or head of the "House keepers Complete Flour Cheat?" The Palace Cafe, Lee street. The beet druggtet In the city now owaa Bteln s store. Give bun a call and yo will be coavl&ced. u Prosperity comes qulckeet to the man whoee liver le In good condition, DeWitt's Little Early Rleera are famous little pills (or constipation, bit' lousness. Indigestion and all stomach and liver troubles. K. 0. Phillips. Absolutely pure and full measure, Log Cabin maple, at Hattenbacb A Bro's. For eoaL see Paul Rewman. During the past two years, Mrs. i. W Alexander, wife of the editor of the Waynesboro, (Miss.) Times, baa, la I great many Instances, relieved her ha- by when la the first stages of croup, by giving it Chamberlain's Cough Remedy She looks upon this remedy as a house hold neceeelty and bellevee that no bet ter medicine has over been put In bot ties. There are many thousands of mothers In this broad land, who are of the same opinion. It la the only rem edy that can alyawa be depended npon as a preventive and cure (or croup. The 25 and SO cent bottles are (or Jale at all drug stores. The low prices on tinware aad stoves being made by the Red Anvil, are (or the purpose of reducing their Immense stock before stock-taking. The quality Is the beet No "racket store" good a Have yon tried the new Swan's Down Flour. Thar la nothing to equal It. Try a sack and you will us no oier. Bold by all grocers In Dead wood. DON'T GET LEFT. IF YOU HAVE NOT GOT A TICKET IN BLOOM'S KLONDIKE ENTERPRISE BUY 13.00 WORTH AND GET A CHANCE OF A FREE TRIP TO THE KLONDIKE. Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrlaburg, Pa. says, "My child la worth millions to ms; yet I would have lost bar by croup bad I not Invested twenty-fire osnta In a bottle o( One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, oolda aad all throat and lung troubles. N. E. Franklin, K. 0. Phillips. A gentleman exceptionally well sit uated wishes to handle stock c! good gold-mine on commission. I Gres Northern Hotel. Chicago, 111. Speaking of bargains. If that Chase down on Mala street Ik not giving them on everything, no one Is. It will pay one to go there If they don't want more than two bits worth, and they have good goods, too. If you don't be lleve it. go and tee. The Denver market will net U hind the Mass during the holiday eons. All ths staples, suok as beef tuattoa aad pork will be (ound freak from ths corn stalla, tat aad Under and la addition thereto will be kept all the game that la allowable by law, fish celery, sausages of the finest soaks oysters and aU relish ee aad dsliaaetss of the 1 1 aeon, Dont forges tke eld ra- Fipg& Rational lanl -j 4 i PS SCTSSSBBk J swiwaasiif Krw tantL sows Mia eo.. Me c. BSAL 7ALUX.3. With little ado ars disposed of dur ing our annual Inventory Clearing Salt Immense Bargains In Underwear. ROSENTHAL'S PALACE. All members of the D. P. H. L Co will moat at hose parlors at 1:10 In uniform. W. H. Moore, Foreman. BLOOM'S THE MOST RELIABLE HOUSE IN DEADWOOD. Two unknown men engaged In a scrap near this office last evening. They (ought bard (or o early an hour, (with their mouths) and the affair was decided a draw. No bones were broken. This and the Salvation Army episode furnished a continual round of pleasure to Uie crowd upon the street HAVE YOU GOT THE KLONDIKE FEVERT IF YOU HAVE BUY H WORTH AT BLOOM'S AND GET A CHANCE OF FREE TRANSPORTATION, THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN. The newest, most nobty, latest ityls and beat makes of ahoee for genu, la dles, misses, boys, children and Infants for leas money than before. Now on sale at Chase's where they sell cheap. ARE YOU GOINQ TO THE KLON DIKE THIS SPRING? IF SO BUY UOO WORTH AT BLOOM'S. YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO 00 WITHOUT ITS C08TINO YOU A CENT. That settles It for me. I'll pay cash and trade at Chases after this. If 1 had dona It for the last two ysars, 1 would hava aaved money enough to hava bought a house and lot Oh you needn't tell me they sell cbesp goods. They have good goods and they sell cheap. What do you know about what they keep? You aay you havn't been there. I have, and they sell 26 per cent less than any other houce. M. D. Stewers, one of the fastest ss well as the beet Job printers who ever held a situation In Dead wood, will ar rive from Clnclnnattl today, and will be found in the Ploneer-Tlmes Job rooms tomorrow. In the "iture. orders for anything from a meal ticket to the largest brief or abstract will be got ten out on time. BLOOM OIVES BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE A number of persons about the cor ner of Main a&d Lee streets last even Ing became alarmed over a volume of smoke Issuing from the second story of the old Merchants' National Bank building. An Investigation disclosed the (act that the heating stove In Col. Parker's office had been filled with pa per which waa burning with ths stove dampen closed throwing1 the smoks out Into the room. No rttmag' resulted. Omaha World Herald: "Commissioner Hymar o( the Black Hills region writes that the (00 (est ot space chosen the other day by Oovernor Lee and some of the South Dakota commission srs will not satisfy the people ot that section, who propose to maks an Independent exhibit tf neceeaary, using all of the ,000 feet at first engaged by Mr. Hymer. It ia beltored, however, that the Black Hills committee and the state commission will co-operate bar monloualy. Mr. Hymer will be here for a conference In a (ew days." ANNUALLY. After taking inventory we dispose of all our Odds aad End we have big values la a fsw Overcoats. ROSENTHAL'S PALACE. Patsy Carr will leave oa Monday's RAM. train for Seatttle, where be will board the first boat for Dyea. He expects to be gone three or four weeks looking over the situation with a view to establishing la bulslnsss. He bellevee that Dyea Is and will be for tlms to corns a splendid point for making money. Should It (all to mt his ex pectatlooa he may conclude to contin ue bis Journey Into the Klondike coun try. Otherwise he will return to IXad wood to arrange his buslnsei matters to be left In the care of others and go to Dyea to remain Indefinitely. "ALWAYS TOO LATE " Will be the refrain If you take not advantage of the Inventory Clearance Sale at ones, ROSENTHAL'S PALACE. While the Salvation Army's meeting waa la progress last evening. Immediately In front of the Bullock hotel Chief ot Police Donovan swooped down upon It and arrested the captain aad we nig nana arum. The street was thronged with spectators and while tht officer was escorting the fair captainees up Main stmt toward the city kail the crowd yelled halltlcjah and ths remain der ot the army sang, "There Xa a Bot Time In the Old Town Tonight" The arrest waa mads for violation of May or Star's orders prohibiting tke amy from fcol&ng its meetings In front of taahotaL The attain was allowed to go on her own mogalaaaoa nnUl Moa day at ll o'clock, wkaa aha will be glv, OF DUDWUUUi DUU n wmiw i TXnJLtexS. S-tatoa w, $100,000 . . . . . . iURPLTt, $150,000 ple eyrup at J. Hattenbacb and Bros.' J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, O was (or thirty years needlessly tortured by phystclane for the cure of ecsema. He ft as quickly cured by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the famous healing salve for piles and skin diseases. K. U. Phillips. N. E. Franklin. When we sell Lug Cabin maple eyrup we feel we are making friends, J. Hattenbacb s Bro. U Is easy to catch a cold and Just as easy to get rid of it If you commence caiiy to use One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pnsu inonla and all throat and lung troubles. It la pleasant to take, sals to use and me to cure. N. E. Frauklln, K. O. Phillips. CLEARANCE BALE Of Inventoried Odds and Enda in Men'e Trousers, great valuea, fashion-abls goods and immensely reduced prices. ROSENTHAL'S PALACE. If you ant the beet of meats call at Fargo's market in the First ward. Ws hav oysters, fish, celery, poultry and everything In the market. We will please you every time. tf. NVENXOkY OLKARINQ. Enough odds and enda In Men'a Shirts colored bosom and white body, to give you a good pick at manu(ao- turers prices. ROSENTHAL'S PALACE. 0. W. 0. Hard man, when sheriff ot Tyler C . W. Vs., waa at ons Urns, almost prostrated with a cold. Ha used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was eo much pleased with the quick relief and cure It afforded him, that ha gave the following unsolicited testimonial: To all who may be Interested, 1 wish to say, that I hava used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and find it Invaluable (or coughs and colds." For sals at all drug store. 0I3BS AND ENDS Of our Inventory In Men's Suits at saving o( SO cents on the dollar to be immediately closed out ROSENTHAL'S PALACE. Can't you place a (ew more copies of Jan. 2, where they will do some good? We have a (w left 'Wanted A dining room girl at Mrs. L C. Miller's. CWantnd Oood second hand trunk id satchel. Must be lu good order. Apply to Ploneer-Tlmes office. Mrs. I. Jagednlgg, representing the Shukert Fur house, of Kansas City, Is In the city stopping at the Bullock. DeMouth has s whole lot of new and second hand trunks, valises, and every thing else In this line that he will sen cheap. Charlie Pre tine, of the First ward, who has been very low with pneumonia le eteadily, though slowly, improving. Rube and Lute Early went to Engle- wood yeeterday afternoon to furnish music for a dance given there last night. The pastor of the Congregational church will deliver a lectu'e this even Ing on "The Outlook of a Pessimist" It will be a popular presentation of a sub ject that is engaging the attention of thinking people. All Invited. Deputy United Slates Marshal Beld- lng Is slowly convalescing from an ag gravated attack of la gTlppe. He baa however, been engaged the past (ew daye serving summons upon Jurors and wltneaees (or the February term of the United States court In this city. 'Do you know," said a lady as the came Into the Ark. "I came In to get some of thoee pretty dishes. You know that we got a Oold Coin stoe ot yog well we saved so much by that dis count that we have all been going to the skating rink every night and as we didn't burn as much coal as before, so we saved enough to get the dishes. Yesterday's B. A M. p.isitenger tra'a did not arrive until half past seven, be Ing seven hours lste. The cause of the delay waa a wrecked freight train near Ravenna. The train broke In two and coming together again demolished sev eral cars aad blockaded the track. further delay was caused by the pass enger engine breaking down. John W. Buford and Mlas Correns Yan Buren, both of Whltewood, were Joined In marriage by Rev. Alex. 8. McConnell at the Congregational par son age yesterday evening at 6 o'clock. The groom Is fireman on the Dead wood and Belle Fourcbe train, and the bride is well and favorably known In the social circles of Whltewood. They start out on matrimonial life under the most favorable ausplcee and numerous friends will wish them great peace and prosperity Aentod mxfeettt Hocors-Worid'a PrJr. Oold Modal. MMwtnttr Pair. A Pots Onto Cessai of Tartar tm&t. 40 YZAI3 TO STAIIZD 1 1 t " J I l 3 Dickinson A ra s-- Drcwcr Are Headquarters for Hay, Oats, Corn, Chops, and Bran. We also have a ftae Hoe of Smoked Ham, Cooked Ham, Salt Pork, Bacon, Lard Butter and Eggs. Weluyfor cash and th$r$ fan sell for Cash and can save you money. G ve us a call before you Eay n:P7,W0 III P. ODEf!?! Opera Mouse Josscy-fJarvin G. One Week Friday, January 14. Three Aet OosieSj. iiL.jlL3 y. Llt3 Admission: Lower floor - - X0j Gallery .... Children - . x:i CRE3T0N KINXK3 CO . The regular annual stoctilA meeting of the above aorporaUsa be held at Ue Plonear-Tla) t Deadwood, S. D.. at S o'clock P Wednesday. Jan. JJ, 185a, tor C t i pose ot electing board ot i tor the aaoulng year, and t. taatne aa auy nropwr!? ec :. the meeting. omoaM d. J. SALllUDSV I CasSlse.... HMHaati eeeeee 1 I ' I I 1 i ! 1 f I I ; i I ; !! j t i S t ; H i , ! h r ! I r i 5 ! ;" OOLED YESTERDAY'S PEhSGNALS. I. H. Chase went to Rapid last evening. Mrs. E. T. Marshall, of Sturgls, la visiting In this city. Geo. A. Sllsby, of Mitchell. 8. D., was an arrival yesterday. Mrs. R. F. Fllnterman went to Rap- Id last evening for a short visit. j Lee Day went down to Rapid last evening on a quirk business trip. Col. VY. D. Ford returned to his home on the loft summit of Bald Mountain. J Geo. Krug, the tig Omaha brewer, is in the city looking after business. Ut-o. Cushman went to Hot Springs yrnifiiluy to remain a couple of w?ekn. "()." Diamond, the Caesar Augustus cigar mnn, left for the east last enn Ing. Chief Engineer I. S. P. Weeks, o( the B. ft. M , arrived last evening (rom Lincoln. dir. and Mrs. M. W. Read returned Friday evening from a week's visit at Ragged Top. Louis White, of Belle Foarche, Is In the rlty and will remain over Sunday, returning home Monday. F. P. Williams, resident receiver of the Harney Peak Mlntng company came up (rom Hill City yeeterday. Superintendent J. 8. Orable, ot the Union Hill company, returned last evening (rom Omaha and Chicago. J. W. McMlllen and wife, of Chadron. who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harding, returned to their home last evening. Joe Hampton, of Tllford, was up yee terday visiting hie brother Alex, who returned to Tllford with h'm In the evening. Mrs. Col. Kellar, of Hot Springs, who haa been visiting Mrs. Judge Bennett returned home yesterday, accompanied by her son Chambers, who will remain over Sunday. Mrs. Adolph Flsbel last evening gave an Informal party In honor of her sis ter Mrs. Frledlander. It waa given exclusively for young friends of Miss Frledlander and waa a very enjoyable affair. IN OLDEN TIME3 People overlooked the Importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with trsr.Ment action; but now that it Is generally known that 8yrup of Figs will permanently overcome hah ttual constipation, wsll-lnformed people will not buy other laxatlvea. which act for a time, but finally Injure ths trstsm. Buy the genuine, made by the Californ'a Fig Syrup Co. DELICIOUS You will be If you buy anything but the Genuine 11 DEG11VJ1TH ROUIID OAK H 8S We Aim Illi Mrs. Brsd E. St. Charles, nee Miss Blanche Merrick, arrived from Butte. Mont, Friday, to visit a couple of weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Merrick, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. St. Charles were married at Butte last spring and are pleasantly situated In that thriving city, where he holds a responsible position as city editor of the lnter-Mountaln. Mrs. BU Charles Is enjoying excellent health and while she likes Butte, she Is delighted to be at Deedwood among friends whom shs has known since childhood. Mr. St. Chsrles wss formerly a resident of Dead wood, Is a first class printer mwt newspaper man and his many acquaint ancee here are pleased to learn that he Is prospering. If old bob crow had put In ss much time In an honeet effort, attending to his own business as be has In sneaking sround aad meddling with the affairs of others, scheming to get something (or nothing and beating his creditors, he would not now, at the age of CO, be a harmless vagabond, beating house rent, grocery bills and printers and without ironey or credit enough to last a week. He might, had he put forth an honest effort, owned a small inter est In a "Machine. office'' Instead of being an envious, snapping, snarling cur, whining every time aoonumporaryhas a confidential talk with its friends and patrons. It la a matter of Indifference to the Ploneer-Tlmec what the quanti ty or quality of work done by Its competitors, It will do more and better work without publicly or privately dis crediting their work or attempting to levy blackmail. Answering Its own question, (or Itself, a machine h-s paid. Mora and better work has been done than could possibly have been done by hand. FINE PUPS FOR SALE. I havs eight pupe St. Bernard crossed with New Foundland, (or sale, at flu and 10 each, at my home, first house below Dr. Bowman, Dead wood gulch. O. M. STRAUB. THEIR FIRST QUARREL "Well.- said his wife angrily, "that stove you gave me for a Christmas preeent reminds me of the silver handled umbrella that waa given to a criminal after he had been sentenced to life-imprisonment. If you hsd read ths papers and been up to dste you would have gone to the Ark and got a Oold Coin." And he never said a word. RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. Ia memory of our deceased brothel fireman, Charles Orth Whereas. It has been the will of the All-wise Ot4 to remove from our midst our Brother Fireman Chaa. Orth and Whereas, This department by ths dispensation of Divine Providence has been bereft ot a brave and obedient fireman, therefore, be It Reeolvsd: That we the members of the Deadwood Fire Department, ot whoa tht deceased waa a member In good etaadlng, hereby Under our heart felt sympathy to ths slater of the deceased, and wa would commend theja to the Supreme Ruler, who alone le able to console them la this boor of affliction. Resolved: That these resolutions be spread npon the records of this department aad a eopy of them Kent to his sisters. JACK WHEELER. M. J. DONOVAN. WALTER tIKPSON. LEADER OF Low Prices WPJhePlsl XIX. p. 4. aniiUMt,' ,.D. a. MoPBI MOM t. B. DSMMAV o Buckwheat tiour and Log Cabin ma pie eyrup at J. Hattenbacb and Bro's. ANHEUSER-BUSCH. 8T. LOUIS AND PAB8T MILWAUKEE BEER 18 MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY HENCE ASK FOR IT. Iron, ateet, powder, cape, fuss, and all mining and blackemltb's supplies at the Red Anvil J. H. Qrabam, D. D. 8.. dental pat tors over First National bank. Dead wood, crown and bridge work a spe cialty. tr Reduced rates to Denver, Col., and return via the Elknora, tickets on sal January 21st to 17lb. Call at new par eenger etetloo, Deedwood. (or particu lire. Are you troubled with a nervous or lons-etandtng disease, as catarrh, rheu matlim. epilepsy, St. Vltue dance, etc? You may consult a doctor bsvtng e pertenrc In tble line of dtseaeee at the Oillmore house, Wedneedsy, JP. 19 1698. from 1 to I e. m. Consultat'.un frow and coufldvntlal. Dr. L. Miller Tr? the Peoplee Store (or good Gro-rertee and right Prtcee. Na 74 Sherman St. Deadwood Mercantile Co. l-15t Better get a copy of Jan. i and keep (or reference. It will be a lotg while before you will get so mach valuable laformatfoa la oa I Ml it Qse the Nome on the Leg It you J! want to be certain. 0 BOLD ONLY BY ... . 8 AYRES & WARDMAN O HARDWARE CO. 0 rf't nf-iirMifft.n Cm ITU HAIfftTA UBMunwwwi www . . w..w . - 00OOOOOOOOOOOOnOOOO OOOOO Oa DAILY PIONEEB-TIMES Butaroa w seeond elm matter Deadwood poewffloe at the THE CITY. Bay stranger, when you com to Lxwdwood dent overlook the (act that 70a caa get the bast meal la the country (or Uc at the Palace Cat, on Lee mat t( Oo to McOlLL'S toi HAY. ORAIN aid ROCS SPRINGS a&d DEER CJIZSX COAL, Prompt delivery. Tei-echoes No. 1M. Vetartnartaa Traacy attends Deed wood the first Tuesday of each moot Telephone Ft Meeue. fM fta) Kawmaa about Bherida one) Won piaotBf your orders. A customer aald: "I have bad the net moat since I bar teen boytag ot Farto, that I hava bad for a year. Mrs. Wcyaaa, at tb Wblta Houm f now prepared to furnish first elaei torn labia board at moderate rate. eoeafcrtabla, well furnished Fron ooeaa to Los Cabin ma plie gyrus la known, tsobeca ei Ero. told by J. Bat- 7M Turkey has the Se ll an, asU haa the Ccar, D. facets ku the Hws 14, TJfcw E2ag ef Ce Cm. en a hearing bot or Justice Early. Ths drum was wot ualer beads to tee tke Mass. I itk.afiei:s'f' iw X- i

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