The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 6, 1899 · Page 8
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 8

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, June 6, 1899
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TUB DAILY PIOHTJEB TUES, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 189. IF YOTJ ARM WOT BUYIHO AT THB Money to loan on city property; monthly payments; low rates of interest- Call oa fr-OHS I 1 4 or address Dr. F. M. OanU. Bad management keeps more people in STANDARD CASH OROC8RY, SHBR-MAN ST., TOU ARB LOSING MONEY THB NBW CUSTOM BRfl ARB INCREASING DAILT. The Ladies Bassuu- has received line of wide embroidery In eervlae and cam Come on You I - .iM,m.tinfM than any other one cause. l do suuciui ahead and plan ahead so that when a fav v.i,. ,t,nt nnltv Dreaents Itself be Is Ulftutc ' ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense i The bric, that includes the latest designs and Is most complete. To cure piles, strike at the root that's the way. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve strikes at the root It removes the cause CATALOG U Ef Fl EN DS AND CATALOGUE CRANKS and valuable time. A prudent and care ful man will keep a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem quickly and permanently. Don't squander edy in the house, the shiftless fellow will time and money trying to remove the effects. Kirk G. Phillips. wait until necessity compels it and ruia his best horse going for a doctor and have Omaba and Chicago Price duplicated at Bloom's and Order "Commencement" day cut flowers from Mrs. Mather. a big doctor bill to pay, besides; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred F KISS 1 1 GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DELIVERY AT THE STANDARD CASH dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is g.tli'ig poorer. For sale by all druggists. There is a time for all things. The You Don't Have to Pay ExpressICharges Either, STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. The attention of the ladles of Dead-wood Is called to the new and varried assortment In the lines mentioned below. Especial care has been exercised In the selection of a most desirable stoc k of Union Suits, of summer weight, with long sleevei LADIES' WRAPPERS, MOST COll- PLETB IN ASSORTMENT AND OF THB REMOVED Take Notice, Citizens: Your headquarters for genuine pi Bring Your Catalogues with you and Examine our Goods and Prices. time to take DeWitt s Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation, biliousness, sick headache, indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles. They never gTlpe. Kirk U. Phillips. Everything new and neat at the Holzner. DAN HICKS, colored, an expert with' anos la now at No. 639 Main st., by Hul-lock hotel. Come right in and be at home. C. E. Hawley will be there all he can, and always SOMEONE. I BLOOM'S VERY LATEST STYLES IN DESIGN W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa, says: plants, will make flower beds, care for 'For forty years I have tried various AND PATTERN. cough medicines. One Minute Cough Cure plants, clean yards, clean and lay carpets, wash windows, take down stoves, etc. Is beet of all.'' It relieves Instantly and LADIES' SKIRTS, IN SILKS, SERQE, 66 1 Main Stree. " f i f ' "I 4 Telephone Pioneer-Times. cures ail throat and lung troubles, coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, la grippe BY SAVING THE NICKLE AND DIMES BRILLIANTINE, LINEN CRASH, WHITE YOU ARE EARNING DOLLARS DURINO THE YEAR. YOU CAN DO THIS BY PIQUE AND DUCK. and pneumonia. Kirk G. Phillips. LOOK HERB! Nobody is selling such good pianos for so little money and BUYING AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, SHERMAN STREET. easy terms aa C. E. Hawley. Do not al Calumet What you want is not temporary relief Rooms to let at the Holzner. For elegant slippers go to Zlpp's. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. AH grooers sell Diamond "C" Soap, It has no superior tor laundry use. New consignment of potted plants and low anyone to deceive you, but always see his pianos and prices and terms. You V -7 owe it to yourself to do this. No. G'.i'J, by Bullock hotel. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. IN INDIA LINEN. DIMITY, PIQUE AND SILKS. There will be received at the Bazaar during the present week a shipment of goods for Ladies' wear, which have been selected with especial care tun) will be strictly in keeping with the latest model and fashions. ANHEUSER-BUSCH. ST. LOUIS AND from plies, but a cure to stay cured. De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and they stay cured. Soothes and quickly heals old sores, scalds, cuts, burns, wounds and skin diseases. Kirk G. Phillips. FOR A PERFECT FIT, SICE f'HAIlLICY & RAMSEY, THE TAILORS. DeWltt's Little Early Risers act as a choice cut flowers at Mrs. Mathers, 418 Baking NOT MADE BY THE TRUST. PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE Williams street . OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE Soap thats all soap Diamond "C" CALL FOn IT. Soap. Physicians are the friends of the fam All the first-class stores of Deadwood Powder faultless pill should, cleansing and reviv ily. HARPER Whisky Is the friend of the have agreed to cloee their stores at 8 ing the system, instead of weakening it Physicians. A most valuable assistant o'clock. By patronizing the stores that They are mild and sure, small ami pleas and one that can be trusted. Sold only by The Ladies' Bazar fill observe this agreement and doing their ant to take, and entirely free from objec shopping before 8 o'clock the buying pub tionable drugs. They assist rather than 639 Main Street. lic Is assured courteous treatment and THE CITY. compel. Kirk G. Phillips. better bargains, and will greatly oblige Dr. Bowman ha returned Deadwood, to V, v V V V V V' V V 1 x THE CLERKS. 11 fabrics are left In the most deelr remain permanently and resume his pr.ic CARH & BERRY, Deadwood, S. I). Furnished rooms at reasonable rat.'s by the day, week or month, at the Holzner. F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years' experience. Rosenthal block. Take your watch work and engraving to A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal., says: tlce, and will occupy bis old oilier over able condition after washing with Diamond "Q'lSoap. Deetken's drug store. Save Diamond "C" Soap wrapper and get many valuable prizes. Mn. Nott, of the Ladles Bazaar, desires to state that she has Just received an assortment of union suits for women's wear. They are summer weights, with long W. LTH1, D. D. S.. Crown and Bridge I was seriously afflicted with a cough for several years, and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before. I have work a sfeoialty. Gives gas for painless extraction of teeth. Over PhilllD's Phar used many remedies, without receiving "During my brother's late sickness frjm 1 macy. Have your eyes examined for glasses free of charge by A. F. Snyder, the op sciatic rheumatism, Chamberlain's Pain mucn relief, and being recommended to Balm was the only remedy that gave him ' try a hottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- any relief." Many others have- testified i edy' by a frlend. who, knowing me to be sleeves and are admirably suited to the Black Hills climate. The rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Weld, are for rent. Inquire of P. D. Smith. Partly furnished or entire, five room kwise for rent, 112. BR Centennial Ave. tician, free of charge. to the prompt relief from pain which this ' a poor wl,ow Bave 11 t0 me. I ted it, Sweet and clean are clothes washed C. L. SlEWERS, with Diamond "C" Soap. Prof. Cook has secured Colonel L. F Gunsmith, Locksmith, There li only one genuine Diamond Copeland, "the king of the platform." at Cr Soap. See that the name la on the a cost of $126 for one lecture for the Spear wrapper. HEADQUARTERS fish Normal June 15, at the commencement exercises. The Epworth League of this The M. E. Ladles' Aid society will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:80 at the residence BICYLCE and with the most gratifying results. The first bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle has absolutely cured me. I have not had as good health for twenty years. Respectfully Mrs. Mary A. Beard, Claremore Ark, Sold by all druggist. All kinds of fresh cut floweri on bund at Mrs. M. Llebmann's.. DR. A. Ft. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND GYNECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Gluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. liniment affords. For sate by all druggists. Dr. Seymour here June 27, 28, 29 and 30 for four days only. Everything new at the Holzner. Do you eat? At Quas Kellara meat market, on Main street, you can get all kinds of good meats at the lowest prices. Quick sales and small profit ke?p meats fresh and good. Don't forget the number, (42 Main street. J. S. McCllntock, oity bill poster, 726 Main street. (tf j city closed a contract yesterday for Col FOR of Mrs. Sanders. 24 Carney street The Cottage boarding house, in the First ward. Is undergoing a series of Improve on el Copeland to lecture in Deadwood Wednesday evening, June 14. This will be a rare treat, a charming entertainment of fun, wit and eloquence. Let Deadwood people show their appreciation by going 'aso BICYCLE SUNDRIES, aasnta at the hands of the wall paper hangers and painters, and Is go'ng to be ompletely transformed. to hear this great entertainer. Reserved The Most Complete Repair Shop in the seats on sale at Fishers Baxar today, 60 The Ladles' Missionary society of the Congregational church will bold its rer- cents. tlar monthly meeting on Tuesday after- Albert J. Malterne and B. F. Ankeny Boon, June , at 1: SO p. m., in the church left yesterday for Buffalo, N. Y., to at (upstairs.) Subject: "Reports from Home tend the Imperial council of the Ancient fi and Accepted Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, which Is to be held In that cUy and Foreign Fields." 'The King of the Platform" is coming Sol Star and . F. Oilman of Deadwood GREATEST DRY GOODS SAL June 14, 15 and 1. From Buffalo they W. H. Disnsy and B. L. Wooley of Terry, Q. F. Stebblne of Spearflsh, and John F. will go to Thousand Islands, where they will probably remain until about the 1st of Barry of Central City left Sunday night ma coming month. On their way oast Ever Held in the Black H on the Elkhorn for Sioux Falls, this state they will visit Mr. Ankeny's home, Clin where they will attend the K. of P. gran J ton, la Mr. Ankeny will represent Naja temple at the Imperial council of the lodge. George Collins of Lead, one of the M. LIEBM ANN'S NEW STOCK, Shriners. grand lodge officers, left last night, accom panied by his wife. a. a. aneppera and C. H. Nelwa ere Bought by W. E. LOWE tor Spot Cash at a great discount. The purchase includes general lines of Spring Dry Goods, wtoioh will be sold for much lees than ACTUAL COST. SALE BEGINS The ladies of the city, without regard to locality or poltttcal predllecttons. hay petitioned the city council for a public scav at Spearflsh, on aa outing, and are reported to be having a glorious time. Last Saturday they made a phenomenal catch FRIDA Y MORNI NG. MA Y t of flsh In the creek, and, after being out about three hours, cams In with eighty -six trout One gentleman who saw (hem states that they put oa their best clothes And continues until all the oods are Sold. la the evening, and the entire town Is theirs, and la the morning they pat on their old clothes to go Ashing, and the 1 "WE WILL, OFFER: contrast la something frightful. B-i 1.000 pair Ladles' tan and black Lisle 600 White Marseilles Harry C. Smith Is la receipt of another enger, whose duty It shall be to make . etated calls at every residence la the city and remove the offals. The city can wall afford to do this as a sanitary measure and aa a convenience. We pay taxes for Just such privileges as those, and If we can't get them we" may as well move outside ta corporate limits. Rev. W. W. Havens addressed a large audience Sunday evening fast at the if. I. church ea his specialty, the Anti-Saloon league. Mr. Havens Is (res from all rant and abusive epithets la dealing with the saloon question. He appeals to the better Judgment and to the conscience of his hearers sad by his argument leads them to agree with him la his conclusions. The - address win long be remembered and moat bear good trait la behalf of a better pub 55c; worth $1.25. f letter from Miss Katheiine, the sister of Hose, 25c; worth 65c, 600 Ladies' Shirt Waists. 50c and 65c; mi i II 1 A. AA 600 yarae i Ed Curlsy of Bostoa. In which she one. 1.000 pair Misses' Ribbed Hose, 6c pair; worth 15c ' 1.000 pair MIos fine Lisle Ribbed Rose, 25c; worth 65a. 1,000 pair Ladies' fast black seamless How, 6c; worth 15c Linens and Fancy f . . a. .nrtlW" I w"" tically states that there Is no hope for her brother, ae he has consumption. The doc- oods, 15c yara; W f 6000 yards Carp 1.000 yards Assorted Dress Goods, c to 35c; worth 25o to 65c WV.s at at. Fannin Jia. r- 1 I but He 1VU1D W I tore say he may linger a long while, there le no chance for hie recovery, has recently been removed to No. 14 m m -a n n a. w . w AWm i w m m -a. . , . i . -uauiBD, imBBBa ana unuarens bnoes lower than evei mont street, where he eould get better air. He was unable to write, and hie sister, accordingly did hie writing for him. DA..A2A.-1 Tl IT! H . . a. a --.fli; lic sentiment. 7 He asked to be remembered to all his friends la the Black Hills. ' oauilllf1 Jmmnery at naif price asked by less cow p Milliners. , J f AgOBoys' Clothine will be A .C The young lady violinist. Miss Flora Drescher, a pupil Of Jacobsoha, played with wonderful power and delighted her hearers, who gave her three encores with waa mM m m m w m m m m m m am mm v sr m m k w if v v av m a i THB MODERN BEAUTY Thrives oa good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise la the opea air. Her form golws with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing act too eg a laxative remedy she uses the gentle and pleeasant Syrup of r-r,, by the California J t Fjrup Co. only, s -V) t , ' www. umujg UXAJ.O uaia ' MRFIi ::Wn!.".,.:'ihiiE i nM every appearance. She was quite a rev m elation. Seldom has such good, rich, resonant violin playing been beard la Ausus- ta. Augusta (Oa.) Daily Chronicle. iMMMSMmmmmaaa

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