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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Wednesday, March 16, 1898
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THk DAILY KoNKKlt-TIMES. WEDNESDAY. MAIiCU 16, 1898. ,Hl.ll,M,fM,M,M,M,ll,e,HmM The Syndicate restaurant, oo Lee street sets the beet table la town. Try THE CITY Rayal SMliaa the Ha4 pmn. El 7 x j ma m. mm mr m jimm . m I Jpt'j m Main Street, Deadwood, Opening for hJ L J3rteAXla2ect mm of 76. GRAND mmM Clearing Sale AT MILLER DERBY Top Notch In Hat Excellence. Wonderful Quality and Capacity for wear make it more than satisfying moneys worth. IEBMANN'S. Grace in every Line, Goodness in every Particular ps! Prices Judge ther Herits for Yourself. who Buys one comes back when another Hat We Are Sole Agents. Cut in We Aim to Please and do it . p 1 WeJ?e)t e?e&s.wieHiU44sM SearrfTrsMi fVl W "' "I I m r - 9 19 a-aicr auu mure wompieie T" ti r- f5 ti ddltlon toOur Large Assortment of Sblt H!r.nr8, Tira, St:m, C-tisry and Sporting Goods. Wo Alao Carry a Eull Lln ot Iron. Steel, "Wood Stock, Bellows, Anvils, Vises, Wheel Barrows, Powder, Fuse and Caps I Prices the Lowest, Goods the It and see for youreelf. 3-12-tt u. W. KedingtoD, agent for the God-deu A Ballard marble and granite works received aainplee of Scotch, Italian and Vermont granite which are so fine specimens aa was ever exhibited In any country. "This will be the last lecture of the season." said the chairman of the nii-etiiiK. but when he reached home and met his wife and she found that he had forgotten to stop at the Ark and 'get a new bath-tub, he realised how un true had been his statement. Mis. llranafU-ld will reopen her store opposite Fish 4 Hunter's, on Sherman street. tJ-day. Mrs. Bransfleld a few days ago loft St. Joseph hospital after a pi-olonged and serious illnees.and has in Ay recovered her health. Ii. R. Uicke it Co., the photig:aphr, . are getting up a beautiful souvenir edl Hon of scenery in the Black Hills. Tbe vtork la in the hands of a printing houne at Chicago and will be a model of beauty. It will contain 80 views of the choicest scenery in the Hills. At a literary club the other day one f the merabers read that musical In- atiuments bad been made from alumln um. but that while they proved very good, they were very expensive and uo better than those sold at DeMouth's Ark. There la an eppldemlc of dlptherls at Hlarkhawk. a small settlement, the first station north of Rapid, on the Elk horn road. A Swedish family named Oleson had three deatha Inside of four days, last week and wo understand there are at least half a dosen more cases In the town. Father Tboa. F. Burke, pastor of St. Ambrose church, yesterday, received from a friend at Cork, Ireland, a large branch of genuine shamrock, direct from the old sod. It Is a pretty little leaf and Is the favorite at this partlcu lar time especially. The writer la In debted to Farther Burke for a sprig of the plant. Ex-United States Marshal Otto Pee-mlller. accompanied by his wife will leave Yankton on Monday for New York city, from which port they will shortly sail for the father land, where they will make an extensive visit The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Peomlllr-r In Sioux Falls Join In wishing them a pleasant voyage and a safe return. rgua-I.eader. If you are troubled with the night-, mare, here la a remedy. Oo to the Ark ami buy a pair of scissors. It doesn't make much difference what price you pay. but of course those pretty embroidery scissors will do better than cheaper ones. You put these under your pillow and if It don't cure you.bettor go back and get a razor. Mr. Horace H. Oakley the Chicago attorney, who la here for the purpose of col lilting some defaulted Interest on I .aw rente county bonds, has a wonderful command of the English languags, which with his thorough knowledge of i he law relating to such subjects, a churnilng voice and a pleasing manner, makes him a formidable opponent. Out side of the I)c Ad wood bar, one rarely ever meets a lawyer aj thoroughly above pettifogging at all times a gentleman. Frank Conrad, who stole a saddle from Jaa. Geddea' barn Friday and af ter hla arrest was allowed to go, upon the promise that he would leave the county, stole a horse and a valuable saddle Saturday night from Fred No-rine, a farmer, living on the Whlto-wood road on Centennial valley. Conrad was seen at Spearflsh, on Sunday afternoon, going toward the north. The officers arT looking for him. Edward A. Blgclcw, of the firm (if Counselman A Day, one of the moet wealthy and prominent brokerage firms In the United 8trtes, arrived Sun day from Chicago. Thla firm Is locat ed at Chicago and is the strongest Arm on the board of trade. It placed and handled more bonds last year than any other Arm In the country. Mr. Blgelow Is out here to look over the field with a view to establishing a branch office, to have telegraphic communication and receive quotations and market re ports every five minutes of the day. If he can find a suitable man and locatloa he may establish the office. Mr. Blgelow Is a prominent member of the Mar quette club at Chicago aad got up the banquet at which ex-Pre. ident Harrison made that great speech a short time ago. Mr. Blgelow Is an old acquaintance and comrade In politics and campagns of W. A. Lamson, chief clerk of the government assay office. Superintendent Brelsford Informs us that a crew of men Is at work cleaning the snow out of the channels of the streams that furnlah our water supply, and that there Is a small amount of wa ter coming down at present. This he hopes to Increase shortly. Yesterday there was a small force of water throughout tbe business part of the rlty. but not a drop to be had la the residence parts and there was a lively nklimlshlng for wells, while the good vomen melted snow all they could to sr.vethelr husbands carrying water. It Is a very unpleasant situation to be In; we nevr know one hour whether we will have a drop of water the next, or not. We would like to call the atten- Awarded "'.-chest Honors World's PeJr, , Id Modal. Midwinter Pair. A fci i, n aura if W 1 1 is ) i mm4 evatrlj. Absolutely rurs MOVM MM NWh'l CA., M IBM. Zlpp caa fit any foot to perrat-tiun, KTi:.UN o DIAMOND COAL IS THE 1IL8T. It you want tbe beat of meats call st Fargo's market iu tbe First ward We have o) iters, nan. celery, poultry and everything In the market. We will phase you every time. tt I 'For Sale A One matched driving team, ( and 7 years oid. Dr. A. H. Bowman. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER 18 MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY, HENCE A8K FOR IT. Oo to McOILL'S tor HAY. GRAIN, and ROCK SPRINGS and DEER CREEK COAL. Prompt delivery. Tel ephone No. U. F. D. Smith eells smithing coal. A thrill of torror Is experienced when a brassy cough c' croup sounds through the house at n'ght. But the terror eoon cbangee to relief after One Mln ute Cough Cure has been administered. Safe aad harmless for children. K, O. Phllllps;N. R. Fianklln. ARE YOU G01NO TO THE KLONDIKE THIS SPRINO? IF SO BUY $3.00 WORTH AT BLOOM'S, YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO GO WITHOUT ITS COSTING A CENT. The popular Delmotik-o restaurant, under the poatofflie, Is now In charge of Mrs. Weyman. The tables are sup-piled with the choicest of meats and everything In the market and with competent cooks and help the rrpatei; pains will be taken to pU-uae the pat ron. .1 j'! HAVE YOU GOT THjI KLONDIKE FEVER? IF YOU HAVE, BUY S3 WORTH AT BLCOM S AND GET A CHANCE IN FREE TRANSPORTATION. THE CHEAPK3T HOUSE IN TOWN. Everybody Is an epirure to greater or IfHit degroe. The great number persons In Deadwoml, who board appre dale a meal wlioii tlie articles si brought before them mapping hot, a 1 prepared in a manner that will tick!-the palate. That la why the Palace I afe on Ie street haa the largest and beat trade in the city. Everything i rooked to pleaae the innat fastidious taste and everything tliat is choice In n- market can be had at the Palace t suit you. If you aiu of that olj, dry beefsteak, that slop coffee or heavy takes you hsve been getting. Jurt try the Palare, and you will find Just what you want. Read the announcement add f A F. Snyder, the new Jeweler. Heat of all to cleauae the system in a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the 8prlngtlme tomes, use th true and perfect remedy, flyi up 6f Flas Buy tbe genuine. Manufactured by the California Ftg Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all druggists, at "0 cents per bottle. Call on A. F. Bnyder the new Juwelet for anything In his line. For some time I hsve auTered with rheumatism, and tried every Imaginable remedy, without effect. Mr. F. 0 8. Wells advised me to try Chamber Iain's Pain Balm, tellllng me that Ii had cured many cases of long standing like mine. I have used four bottles and feel sure that one more bottle will make my cure complete. A. P Konts. Claremore, Ark. If you are In need of smithing cot) and want the best, see F. D. Sml'h. BLOOM'S THE MOST RELIABLE HOUSE IN DEADWOOD. Col. Stone Is still running the Syndicate restaurant, on Lee street, the best place to board In towu. Try It and be convinced. 3-12-tf. Wanted Two girls for general house-work. Mrs. L C. Miller. 3-152. Attorney W. O. Temple la confined to hie room at the Bullock hotel with an aggravated attack of la grippe. He was quite sick yesterday. Lew.s, Wtckert and Bell, of Belle Fourche valley left for Alaska Monday. Instead of going to Klondike, they will go to Copper river, nearer the coaat. "Dick" Hughea, superintendent of tbe Cleopatra Mining company, went down to Rapid Saturday evening to spend Sunday with his family. He Is reported quite HI snd ia confined to hla home. Members of Marco Iloxxarla Lodge No. 3 are requested to meet at Castle Hall at 1:45 p. m. to attend the funeral of the late wife of Sir Knight J. F. Edmonds. By order of the C. C. W. W. Oshorn. K. R. ft J. Eben W. Martin last evening entertained the visiting offlclala of the United Stiffs court and a few others to dli-ner, at his pleasant home on Ingleslde. The evening was passed In a very enjoyable manner. Mm. Johanna Mataon. of Lead, left her home a few days ago and has not been seen nor hesrd of since. Her husband feels greatly worried about her and has enlisted the asslstsnce of Sheriff Plunkett and his staff of deputies to assist In And lng her. ec ' ! ' v For p!i-kuiiI hlippvrs go to Zlpp'l. I lluu e made apple butter and mine ui'i, iu pint Miu Jars, at Deadwood j Cash li:oiery. TRY STUAUNS DIAMOND COAL. Freati cut flowers and floral dalgn fur any occasion at Aire. Llcbinunn's. ? llav yuu tiled tlie new Swan's Dowi. Flour There tit nothing to equal It Tiy a k and you will usu uo other Sold ty all simcil iu Deadwood. Cliilhen and adults tortured b, buru. scald, liijuilrs, eexema or ski'i difu. n.ay ki'cuiu iuitiant relief by uatng be Witt's Witch llaxel Salve. It la th- (real I'll remedy. N. K. kiaiih, "u, r,. U. Phl'llps. Whooping tough la the tuoel diavre log nalady; tut lie duration tan cut short by tli uae of Oue Minute Cougb Cure, which ia alas the beat kuown remedy for croup and all lun and croncblal troubles. N. K. Franklin; K. O. Phillip. Wb tt pleei'ire Is there In life with a headiche, constipation and bilious neaat Thousands experieuce theui who could become perfectly healthy by utlr.g DeWltt's Utile Early Risers, the f imous Utile pills. N. B. Frank lln; IL O. PMlllps. Don't annoy others by your eough lng. t.nd risk Tour life by negletclng a cold. One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. N. E. Frank- lln; SC. 0. Phlllire. TWO BIT MAPS FOB SALE. A. D. WILSON, After years of untold suffering from piles. B. W. Pursell of Knltnersvllle, Pa., was cured by using a single bos of rDeW tt's Witch Kaiel Salve. Skin dla eaaes such as ecsema, rash, pimples and obstinate tores are readily cured by this famous remedy. X. a. Pt'lllps N. K. Franklin. Be sure you are right then go ahead, Besuic you get Hoods Sartaparllta and you may confidently expect It will purify your blood and give you eppe-tlte tad etrength. Ho an Pills act easily and prompt-ly on the liver and bowels. Cur sici headiiche. Patronise a thoroughly conecleu-tluus Druggist You will find htm at Wile. ii Pharmacy, Sherman atreet. Thire are three little things which do more work than any other three lit tie tilings created they are the ani, the bie and JV'Wltt'i LltUe Early RU-ere, Jte last being the famous Uttlt pills lor stomach and liver troubles. K. Q. PI lilies; N. G Franklin. BLOOM GIVES BKTTER VALl'tf FOR YOUR MONEY THAN ANY OTHiCn liOl'SE. MASmJERADK SUITS OF ALL DICS( RIPTI0NS FOR RENT AT MAX FIS13KI.S. Aetna Co., Oynaniita ni Qlzck Pcvrslsr, Fusa and Caps, Elsctrlc Battarlas iti Battary Suites. W, I Mai Co, Agents. Frcra all over the country come w or dm of praise for Chamberlain s Coutf i Remedy. Here Is a temple letter f x.m Mrs. Sbep, of Little Rock, Ark.: "I was suffering from a very severe cold, when I read of the curtj that had been effected by Chamber-Iain's Cough Remedy. I concluded t i live it a trial and accordingly procured a wttle. It gave me prompt reUaf and I have the best reason for recom mending It very highly, which I 4j with pleasure." Vettrlnariaa Treaey attends Dead wood the first Tuesday of each month. Telephone Ft. Meade. STjSARN'S DIAMOND COAL IS THE BEST. We are anxious to do a little good In this world aad ess. think of se pleas-ui.ui or better way ta do It than by letoiumendlng One Minute Cough Cure as a tireventlve of pneumonia, eoasump dou aud other serious lung troubles ibat follow nrslected eolda. K. 0. Phillips; N. Franklin, C. U 31ewers repairs safee, lock, tuns, bicycles, trunks, cutlery, etc. J. H. Graham, D. D. 8., dental parlors Dver Flret National bank. Dead-wood Crown and bridge work a specialty. A uU'Tier said:" I have had the best m-at since I have been buying of Farg i. that I have bad for a year." Dr. Cantx. dentist, over Rosenthal's clothlbg store. CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. ZIpps for fine shoes. DOVT GET LEFT. IF YOU HAVH NOT OOT A TICKET IN BLOOM'S KImUKE ENTERPRISE BUY 13.04) WORTH AND GET A CHANCE OF A FRE15 TRIP TO THE KLONDIKE. iega': blanks at Plnneer-Tlmea offl . O. R. Brandt, of Lead, has a nova) plan (or disposing of a stock ranch at High uore. this state. The ranch to a good one and worth at least IS. (00 Read the circulars distributed la this Issue or call at this office tor farther partf ultra. 5. D. r-s. a Pi !. ma Psi The man he needs PS-! Pi"; Pi.; P pd I AM t . Best GO. The RED ANVIL. NEW Winter Goods Must Oo. , an .a 1.00 ... ISO 1.20 underwear, gg ja derwear, n M derwear. Combination M LOO derwear, Combination 1.90 1 IB ttt d Pink, per yard , js .11 .1 WATCHES AND JEWELBY The finest and largest stock of dU-monds, watches. Black Klls gold Jewelry In the dLatrlct mm mm I x 10 0. A. GRIFFITH llilOQUARE Pipot rational lant OF DEADWOOD. SOUTH DAKOTA! gjSJssaj t TT2X"tedL States Uepositoim CltE PAID IN, $100,000 . . . . . SURPLUS, $1 50,000 BIXXCTOM. O. I. SALISUCBT, T. J. ttHIKH. P. K. HpAKBM, t. A. UDHHUHHT I). A. Mnl'HKHHON. orricxna. hMlitM O. i. SALlHHttaT i:ahlr D. A. Mi'PHKKSON TlwFrMtdMll T- t. OBl fK I AoMUul Owhlar J. B. IUCMMAM Ol3.eraa.cui. Ot, Doadwood, at t ii i mt "ai i . THE Two. LEADER OF Low Pricks or. . O O ROUND OAK BZfl. BAEH, Treasurer. ife Loan Assoeiatiop. REAL ESTATS. Secretary.' J! O QiSlmore Hous Under New rianagement. POOLtD g You will be if you buy anything but the Genuine DEGKViiTI! Offers XXort Attractions for less Money than any Othei .... Ilouae In the Olty Best meals. Heat Dining Service, Host Itooms and Ikit Location of any House in the City. Carl Blank Prop. Blearier) Sale. See the Name on the Leg it you want to be certain. SOLD ONLY BY ... . AYRES & WARDIY1AM HARDWARE CO. DEADWOOD. SOUTH DAKOTA 89 Par Cant Slaoount on all Winter Goods. Before. Now. Mea'a Wool Fleeced Unea Underwear t .j&v a CO t;ooooooooooo?BOOoooooo0oo tt im raacT ainpia UDaervear, Men's Woe! California Underwear, Men's Plush Underwear acy Auwsa vieece unea Ladles' Fancy Ribbed Fleeoe Lined Ladles' Fancy Ribbed Fleece Lined Ladles' Fancy RlbbH Fleece Lined vbuo a natural , Heavy Woolen Flannels. Gray, Blue an Un Un Un SOL STAR, JL W. OOE, President. Secretary. tlon of the water company to a break in the supply ditch back ot the greenhouse, south of this city. We under stand a largi stream ha been running down the hill from the ditch for several daye. Maybe thla has something to do with the scarcity of water. The funeral of the late Mrs. J. F. EJ-monds will take place at S:S4 o'clock this afternoon from the Episcopal. church, Archdeacon Ware officiating. Mrs. Bullock, assisted by her daughters, Mrs. Remer and Miss Flor. will entertain their friends at the home of the former oo Van Buren atreet this evening. The scamp, Woods, who swindled a number of pxr fellows here, several weeks ago with his fraudulent amnlor- ment agency, has been heard from. Me was arrested at New Roc h ford, North Dakota, by the sheriff, who notified Sheriff Plunkett ot his arrest. The state's attorney advised Sheriff Plunkett to not go up there after Woods, and consequently the villain was released. It will be remembered that a few weeke ago a man named Pete Matsoa, of Lead, ran away with a Mrs. Bmma Auggusaon, and another woman of Lead. Mrs. Auggussoo had over 1,000 In the bank which aha drew out and took alocg. The runaways have been located at Rowland, British Columbia. The sheriff cannot go after them because there is no appropriation to defray the expense. Mr. Augguseoa left for Rossland on Monday,, sot to pur-suada the woman who bora the name of wife to him, to return, but to endeavor to get some ot the money baefc. TO THE LADIES. When you want Art Unas, Flour ds Us Silk. Tyrtaa Dyes, call oa Mrs. H. J. Mooney 721 Noble block. Laaaoas given la Art Needle Work. Stamping done. TOZX2ST02TZ3. 20flUXIZaT3, CE1XET23Y rSSCZS. From the well knows works of SODDEN 4 BALLARD, EmmeUbarg, Iowa, Having secured the agency for the above well knows firm, tor Western Sotth Dakota, Northwesters Nebraska aad Northeaster Wyoming. I respectfully solicit orders for any kind ot Foreign aad Americas liarhla aad Granite work, guaranteeing satisfaction is every particular aad prices aa low as the lowest. If la need of that class of work, drop ma a poaUl card and I will call with samples aad designs. I am a permaaeat resident here aad caa &lwar correct errorn. i O. W. RXDTN3TQN, Desiwood, .... la, Dakota, Deadvvood Building LOANS MADE ON Caps, Illtteus, Qlorei, Legingrs, and Qdrman Socks. M2lrJ YORK STORE. The New Jeweler.. Shares of Stock for Sale. Both Payments and Interest Payable Mont l.y EDMONDS, General Agent Call and See A. W. COE, Keystone J. F. JfMTCXSCSiL X2ML cr mz SpoetaelesBAd eye-glasses to fit .very body. Oaaraateed to fit or money Mm I .-is., : .-?r M.a Restaurant J Reopened 2gX Bush & flundhenke. $ Practical Hotel aen lio will uivc n t-?'. 2.V- meal In the City. Meal T keis 15.00. t Good Home Cooking $ w By a First-CI a sa Jewelry manufactured to der. Fine wat Jh rwpalrtat and wgraviiig. Woman Cook. Mww4iS - tWs: 0 sajsla'''tJ A Orsee Creaa at Tartar Fewdse. 40 Y2ARS XI3 STATSASIX llcxtss'i 0'.i EtBi,'','', U. 643 Main E.reel, D4SW00

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