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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Thursday, March 24, 1898
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the DAiLY Honker - times. Thursday, march 24i8S3. gllli! For a genuine Deadwood Souvenir Spoon, go to Strode'a, Sherman street. u for stle--20-stamp mill, Homestake mortars, 850 pound stamps. Will erect the mill anywhere on railroad (or $12,600. Address the Black Hill Ma T IEBMANN'S. 1 . - . N jatstollsli.eca 1078. Main Street, Deadwood, S. D. Opening f ik m AV Legitimate Buyers of. THECITY. Fur elegant slippers go to Zlpp's. Hume made apple butter and mince meat, la pint Mseon Jam. at Deadwood Cash Grocery TRY STEARN S DIAMOND COAL. Frush cut Coweta and floral desigui (or any octagon at Mr. Llebmaun . ' Have you tried tbe new Swan's Ixiwu Flour There ia nothing to equal it. Try a tack and you wilt uae no c her. Sold by all gioceis in Deadwood. Children fciid adulu tortured by burnc, scalds, iujuiles, eszenia or akin dlaeaaea may ate re Instant relief by ualag De Witt's Witch Maiel Sal re. It ia the great File remedy. N. B. Krauk lis; K. O. PtlUipa. Whooping tougt la the moat distress lng malady; Lut lis duration can on cut abort by the use ot On Minute Cough Cure, which la also the beat know rsmwly (or croup and all lung and bronchi I troublea. N. E. Frank lln; K. O.'lps. What plea-iure U there In llf with & headache, csnstipatlon and bilious nesst Thoi winds experience them who could leeome perfectly healthy by using DeWltt'a Llttl Early Risers, the famous little pills. N. E. Frank lis; K. Q. Phillip. Don't annoy other by your tough ing, and risk your life by negtetclng a cold. On idlnut Cough Cur cure coughs, col' is, rroup, grippe aad ail throat and l ing troublea. N. E. Franklin; K. O. Phllllra. TWO BIT MAPS FUR SALE. A. D. WILSON. After years of untold suffering from piles, U. W. Pursell of Knitneisvtlls, Pa., waa cured by using a single box of DeWltt'a Wttch Haxel Salve. Skin die eases such u xetna, rash, plniplee and obstinate sores are readily cured by this famous remedy. K. O. Phillips N. E. Franklin. STEARN 3 DIAMOND COAL IS THE BEST. That Urec feeling la due to mpovr-Ished blood. Hood' Sartaparllla n-rlchea and ihalUe the blood and gltes strength, anenrgy and vigor. Be sure to get Hood'. Hood' PU1 tr purely TgU do not pain, purge or grip. Al- gists IS eafiUu MILLER DERBY Top Notch In Hat Excellence Wonderful Quality and Capacity for woai males it more than satisfying moneys worth. Graee in every Line, Goodness in every Particular Judge their Herits for Yourself. The man who Buys one comes back wben ho needs another Hat. We Are Sole Agents. ''Lonsdale" and "Fruit of the Loom" MUSLIN Caii Buy Same During the Spring Season of 1898 at 4 Cents Per Yard, op 1g of L-SLJ Todny tho Lowest, Goods tho J w J l I.nrtr.'P SJf fjf "Vie Aim to Please and do it m I nm Mum ('nmnl.ta 1 . b5Si fe) LEADER OF. Low Pricks I Ci A lrg Assortment of Stilt Mnnt Tlmra, Stsvas, Cutlery and Sparring Goods. W Also Carry a Xull Lin ot Iror . Steel, Wood Stock Bellows, Ax7ils, Vises, Wheel Barrows, Powder, Fuse and Caps Than Kvtr Utfore. 42 Best GO. ri:d anvil. 4 " 2 J L'ST RECEIVED, our new stock of lliah Grade Clothing for Spring and Summer of '98, comprising the very latest Styles In Imported and Domestic Fabrics, made up to our special order, particular attention having teeu paid to Style. Fit and Superior Wui kmannlitp. These goods you will find far ahead of chenp made to-order, or low priced Tailor-made garments which In many instance are not equal to even Medium Grade Ready Made. Maving this soason made a much greater effu t than ever before in selecting the very choicest and up-to-date novelties in H:kI Grade Clothing, ate prepared to offer for your lnnpevtlon a Hue of Kood second to none, not wishing to repeat the "old gag" of no trouble to show goods, but in Justice to our effort to please, ask you to call, beini? convinced that our Styles, Fit and Selection will satisfy the most fastldi-ous. Prices I 1 1 I ! Rsjrel til tfc lea pore, vlattMM aa eutlctou. povozn Absolutely Pure MOVM. MUM POM CO.. Nt VOMk Zlpp ran Ot any f ot to perfect ion. If you want the best of meats call .l Fargo's market in the First ward We hav oystera. fuh, celery, poulut and everytblnit In the market We wilt please you every time. tf. ANIIEUSER-UUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE ASK FOR IT. Oo to McOILL'S for HAY. GRAIN, and ROCK SPRINGS and DEER CREEK COAL. Prompt delivery. Tel ephone No. 124. F. D. Smith sells smithing coal. A thrill of terror Is experienced when brassy cough tf croup sounds through the house at night. But tf I terror soon changes to relief after On Mln ut Cough Cur has been administered. Safe and harmless for children. K. O. Phillips; N. E. Franklin. The Fountain City Sorlul club will give a dance at Its First ard hall Frl day evening. Supper 'vll be served at Mrs. McLean's. Mrs. Francis WiJard y-terlay re- eelvfld word from hi-r purvnta who live out near the houl of Hay rwek to ef f t that hr little daufthtr Illanrhf ih quite ill. Mrs. Wlllard accompanied by A. H. Olcn'Mi l-Tt yewtpnlay afternoon for the ranch. The popular Deluionlco restaurant, under the postofflce, Is now In charge of Mrs. Weyman. The tables are supplied with the choicest ot meats au-J everything in the market and with competent cooks and help the ereatet palna will be taken to plcaoe the pat rons. BLOOM. Call on A. F. Snyder the new Jcwelei for anything In his line. Everybody Is an epicure to greater or less degree. The great number persons In Deadwood, who board appre elate a meal when the articles s. brought before' inei;i snapping bot.a 1 prepared In a manner that will tick' the palate. That is wby the Paiac: Cafe on Lee street has the lara'jit and best trade In the city. Everything I cooked to please the most fastidious taste and evcrythlrg that is choice in the market can be had at the Palace t suit you. If you a:e tired of that oM dry beefsteak, that slop coffee or heavy cakes you have been getting. Just try tbe Patare, and yo i will find Just wrst you want A man got off the train and started up Sherman street. He expected to And a hotel, but was toid that be waa going the wrong wy. "Well, where are all these pv p o going then?" he asked. "Oh. you're behind the times." answered a bystander, "They're ill going to the Ark." Read the announcement add f A F Snyder, the new Jeweler. If you are In need of sralthfnfj cohi and want the best, see F. D. 3m. h. Miss Lyn, late of Halnns' stote, hai removed her dress-making parlors apartments over Adcms' Kd Anvil Entrance on Sherman Su From all over the mnutry conic words of praise for Chamberlains Cough Remedy. Here Is a rample let ter from Mrs. Shep, of Little Rocfc, Ark.: "I was suffering from a very se vers cold, when I read ot the cjr?j that bad been effected bv Cbamher Iain's Cough Remedy. I concluded t ) give It a trial and accordingly procur ed a bottle It gave me prompt relief aid I have the best reason for fWotn mending It very highly, which 1 d with pleasure." Zlpps (or (In shoe. O. R. Brandt, of iaa. has a novel plan for disposing ( n stock ranch at Highaor, this state. The ranch is good on and worth at toast 2.ion Read ts circular distributed in this Issue r call at this efflc (or farther partirwlar. 13,000 worth of gxds must go. So says Mr. P. O. DeMouth, of the Ark. He has determined to get rid of pati of his Immense stork so he accordingly cffers.ome of his goodu at cost and others at prices so near cost thst you wouldn't know the difference. These rare bargains will last ten days asd are strictly cash. If you need anything from a washing machine to a mandolin, go to the Ark and you wui And IL H G. A. GRIFFITH HARDWARE chinery Co., Deadwood, S. D. trKor RentHouse, and furniture (or five rooms, house on Ingleid. Mr, j . C. Duffy. 8t PIANO For rent or sale on easy ti-i tu. Enquire at No. 3 Charles St. 6t The Thursday club will meet at Mrs. ShutweJI's this afternoon. ENVELOPES Printed wlta the Cor ner tank, in 6.000 iota, at si.tb per l.OOO; 10,000 lots, 1 60; 26.000, $1.26, a good white envelope. Born At Deadwood. ywnertlay after noon, to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Traver, a laughter. Mother and cherub doing nicely. Congratulations. Michael rowers I erecting a dwell ing house In Two Bit gulch on proper ty wet of the .-"sldenc of P. 11. Smith, Daniel H. McDonald and wife are pending a few day In Deadwood prior to Mr. McDonald assuming his position at the American Express mine at Black tall. Dllly Stark, the popular manager of the wet goods emporium, at Two Bit, waa In town yesterday and succeeded n solving the problem of making a happy mixture of business and pies ure. Win. Silencer, superintendent of bridge, of the Klkhorn company, has finished putting In the new stevl brUlg acroa the river nt Belle Fourche. It Is a substantial a. fair, having a 72 foot span. A man, whose name we were unable to learn, while engaged yeeterday after noon cleaning out Thos. Walton's well was severely hurt by s heavy bucket falllnit down the well upon him. Two ribs were broken. The plaintiff's attorneys, Frswley A Jiffey, have commenced taking deposl Hons In the content case of Hood vs, Russell, county commUaloner. The case will come up before Judge McGee some time In April. I'Saleemen wanted. Exceptional op portunlty. Old established high rated First Hands changing travellers for resident agents offers Al line In each district. Brattice Co., 243 Pearl. New York. The county auditor has received from an eastern publishing house, the tax rolls, blanks and all supplies for the county and city assessors. The county assessor has already commenc ed his work. Judge Dickinson, of Omaha, has Just decided that the suicide clause In a life insurance polUy Is good. One of the conditions In the policy was, that 11 would lie void In rase the Insured committed suicide within three years. Judgment was given for the amount of ptemlums paid and no more. Yesterday's Elkhorn passenger train brought In private car No. 100, containing General Superintendent Hughes, Division Superintendent Harris and Master Mechanic Teal, who spent the day looking over the 'ffalrs of the com pany. Sheriff Plunkett went down to St. Onge yesterday at the request of Sheriff Ingersoll. of Rapid, and arrested an Italian named John Perello, who is accused of disposing of property upon which Tom Sweeney, of Rapid, had a mortgage. Sheriff Ingersoll will be up after the prisoner to-morrow. Dr. Seymour has been visiting this city for the past three years and the universal satisfaction his work has glv en insures many calls upon his time, ai.d those snxlous to see him will do !l to call at the earliest possible moment as his time Is of necessity, very s'inr. At the Bullock hotel Monday and Tuesday, April 4th and 6th. Dr. H. H. Muggley, the eminent orcu-list and optician, of Chicago, who la In the rlty fur a few days on business, has consented at the request of several persons to give a portion of his time to his profession. He will be at the Bui-lork hotel between 2 and 6 o'clock p. m.. on Thursday and Friday, and will receive those who are afflicted with any trouble of the eye. Dr. Muggley Is at the head of the leading establishment In Chicago and has the finest of recommendations. Wm. Cleer. a Wood-hauler, living at Ice Box canyon, six miles southwest of liead. experienced a serious runaway on Main street In that city yesterday afternoon that had a disastrous result. He came to town with s load of wood. Near the Miners' Union Hall the team took fright and started to run. They became unmanageable and dashed down the struct st a terrific rat of upeed. throwing Clcer from the load upon the sidewalk Is front of Dickinson's drug store. Hi leg and Jaw were broken and he s otherwUs severely bruised. The team -vas then caught. The members of the state mllltla company at SpearfUh are In peck of trotilde. Ssme of the boys have put up a Job on tbe oldltrt and hav them ldly broken up over the Cuban war-news. Part of the company want to go to war and cover themselves over with glory, while the others are shaking In their boots for fear 'hey will be called Into action. Systematically, every day. Avarded Mffhest Honors-World's Pair, dold Medal. Midwinter Fair. ii J P. 0 psHMmiii 'iiis A Crsps Oessi tl Tsrtv Prwscf. 40 YEARS TKS STANDARD. Si j OF DEADWOOD. SOUTH DAKOTA'. st"Mss XJntedL States Depositor OASH PAID IN, $100,000 . . . . . . SURPLUS, $100,000 siBxcrroM. 0. J. ALIBDriT, T. J. UHIKH. f. K. HP4BKI, P. A. OUHBCMT p. A. MoPHCMsON. ftsslSeat a J. BAUSBUS OaafclOT I. A. MoPHKOH Tlss frWd! T J. OKI. I AssMsiit Osshlsr J. S. DURHAM Ot. Doadwood, 3 The New Jeweler.. O . W 8 AYERS & O Hardware 0 Carry the Lai get t and M 0 Hardware and WATCHES L. .arfcg stMTVfflCtiL .WD EL cr THE HUM ft EYE..;r. Spectacles and eye-glasses to fit every body. Guaranteed to fit or money i ill mm The finest sod Isrgest stock of diamonds, watches, 111 ark Hills gold In th district. O In the Black Ellis. O It will Pay you to get their Prices Before 9 Purchasing. Jewelry manufactured to order. Flne-vatch repairing and engraving. T O WARDMAN $ Lompanv. O t Complete Stock of 0 O Mioing Supplies Restaurant Ola. . been received (7) at SpearfUh stating that tbe war Is brewing and that the sute mllltla all over K country haa telegrams and telephone messages have been called upon to perform active duty. The regulars will be sent to the roast and the slat mllltla will be stationed at the mints ry posts to keep the savage Indians In subjection. It has been reported that as soon as lb regular troops are called away from th posts the Indians will break out and the state troops will have to go out and hunt them. Some of th boys are snxlous to get out but have been told that If they desert they will be shoe Th resuK Is they ire la s peck of trouble. It Is well enough to belong to a sute mllltla company In times of peace but different when you hav to fight. YESTERDAY'S PERSONALS. Walter Stebbln was up from 8tur gis yesterday. Max Hoehn and C. C. Polk were up from Sturgls yesterday. Rev. Pond went down to the South-em Hills yesterday. P. L. Ed holm went down the Elkhorn road last evening on business. W. A. Lmon went to Spearnsh lsst evM'ng for a brief visit with J. W. Drlsklll. Editor C. H. Voo Woehrman, of the Hsrney Peak News, at HU1 City, was li town yesterday. Mjor Wells, wife and daughter and Dr. Kleffer and wife, were up from Ft. ilesde yesterday. Mrs. Frank Flanagan and daughter Francis, left last evening for Sioux til), for t few weeks' visit with rel-Stives. Mrs. Wm. Nolan and children left yesterday for PostvllU.lowa, to remain while her husband I In Alaska. Hs wont up there a short Urn ego. Mrs. Shr ankle, of Pittsburg, Pa., who has been vlsMIng with her brother. A. C. Hornberger and family for several months, left yesterday for her home, accompanied by Julius Horabsrger, Tho will mak his bom with his aunt sud ro to school. FILED FOR RBOORD. J. C. Nolan to R. B. Plonsy, Inter-st hi R. o. Freeport and 1. C. tod, Polo creek, 1. Jan Cooper to Mary K. Cooper, lot 101. block P. Deadwood, $100. Deadwood Cemetery association to Mary E. Cooper, Alice U. Mann end Annie I. Philltpe, lot JO, section , aft Morlah cstaetery, jo. H. W. Ellngtoo to Frank Sutei lot rest la tbe Arliona Not, 1 eU S 0. Patronlx) a thoroughly conscientious Druggist. You will And blm at Wilcox Pharmacy, Sherman street. The Syndicate restaurant, oo Lee street sets the best table In town. Try it and see for yourself. 3-12-tf There are thte little tnlnga wblco do nor w&rk than any other three little things ereat.'d they are the ant. the be asd DiWltt's Little Early RU-ers. the lut being the famous Mtitt pills for stomach and liver troubles. K 0. Phillips: N. K Franklin. For some time I have suffered with rheumatism, and tried 'very imaginable remedy, without effect. Mi F. U S. Wells advised me to try Chamberlain's Pali Balm, tellllbg me that It had cured many cases of long standing Ilk nine. I hav used (our bottles and (-el sure that one more bottle will makfl my cure complete. A. P. Kontx, Claremore, Ark. VeUrlahmn Treacy attends Dead-wod the Brst Tuesday of each month. TelepbMt Ft Meade. 8TEARN'8 DIAMOND COAL 18 THE BEfiT. W are anxious to do a little good In this world and can think of no pleas-anter or better way to do It than by recommending On Minute Cough Cur as a btwaUt ef pneumonia, eonmmp Ilea and other serious lug troubles that follow nrjloeted sold. K. O. Phillies; H. Franklin, C. L. Sowers repairs safes, lorkt. guns, bicycles, trunks, cutlery, ate. J. H. Craham. D. D. 8., dental parlor over First National bank. Dead wood. Crown ard bridge work a specialty. A eustnaer said:" 1 hav had the best me.', sine I hav been buying of Fargo, that I hav bad (or a yr." Dr. Gaits, dentist, over Rosenthal's clothing store. CROWN AI4D BRIDGE WORK. Aetna Co., Fcsa i:i Ci;s, E!::Ms Eittsriss t:i littirj Sr;;!!is. L EMO Gl. Hull OL STAJL, A.. W. COS, BXrf. BASE, President Secretary. Treasutsr. 01.1 Mlu 8 reel, UKADMOODl MILL AN!) UOtLEIt FOR 8 A LB. A Tremalne stamp mill, used but f-w months, snd equal la qusllly sad amount of work, to an ordinary t-stimp mill, with a "brand new" 10-horse power boiler, will be sold at ones at a bargain. For price, terms, etc. sddress. FRANK P. WILLIAMS, Hill City, 8. D. Deadwood Bmiding & Loan Association. LOANS MADE ON BEAL ESTATE. ,- ggL, Shares of Stock for Sale. Both Payments and Interest Payable MontH$ Call and Sea A. W. COE, Secretary. J. F. EDMONDS. General Agent. Mocbon's U.d H.snd. lodes, Boar Butt district, II. Joseph Unterralner, as sdmlnlatraitor tttt of John Ang, imsMl, plaintiff vs. Mlchssl and Jowph 8i-llg d-feodants, tsutlc of pendency of acf.loo for purpose of setting aside and cancelling a certain deed to 4 Interest In lot 8. block 14, and tt Interest ia lots 1 and 17, block M, Lead. Arthur 8. Huey and wife to General Euineering Co, of Wisconsin, Old K-Mabls lode, Carbonate district, 4t.oO. H. B. Young, trust, to Arthur 8. Huey, Old Reliable lode, $300. Jas. Bilk and wife to A. H. MsrMe. dwelling house, sit us ted on Golden Crown lode, near Lead. 1300. Francis C. Orsble to F!gmoft snd Union Hill Smelting Co. 61-10OUis tn-trrest In Richmond. BltUng Bull, K-reks. Florence. Surplus. Fraction, ll-ver Terrs, Custer. Orsod View. BiMer-netca RIImt Mlnlnx Placer. Blind. Geo. B. McClellan, Gorman, Neptune No. t, Chkago, Tiger Tall and Vk Interest In Lavage lodes, Oalens; deed dated Octo ber 4, INT, ft. W. L. McLaughlin to Geo. M. Wilson. school lot No. 7S, Deadwood, 1J5. 0. . & NOTICK. Members ot Deadwood Chapter No. U, 0. IL ft, are oordially iarlotd to at- tee4 lestallatlon of offlcwa of Lead C8iapter.No. it, O. M. & at Masonic hall Lead, oe, Thersday evssvt&s. March 4. at 7: M o'clock. " CLARA D. COE. W. M. Keystone Tbt Main. Thing In business or manufacturing Is to keep busy and keep all the help busy We are busy busy as sn Ice man In umm-r. We want to keep busy be-csuse thst Is the till w can do the best work snd most of It We wsnt your printing to help keep up tbe high pressure. We ere all setting type nowadays and If w do say It ourselves, there are no printer in these parts who have had more experience or better facilities for turning out really first class work tor up-to-date business men. If you want stationery, a booklet, catalogue or circular, w would Ilk to hear from you. We keep a gent!manly young man to tak your order, submit proofs and deliver Lbs work. SPECIAL SHOE SALE. Twenty per cent discount oo Shoes front of March to tad of April d-w NEW YORK 8 TO EH. .Reopened M.:,ot Bush & flundhenke. . t vvnnxn vok. Practical Hotel o to who will tfive to- best 25c meal In theC tj. Meal Tt kets avoo. Good Home Cooking t OT a rirr 'unn 0

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