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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, April 5, 1898
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o THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1SC3. Slde Tracked" la a sure curs tor de THE CI1Y K.yl tH teed sate, spondency. i m A regular meeting of the South Deadwood Hose company will be held st ths department perton at t o'clock 00. ZSELLtlEFi'S BOOS this evening. A man In Ohio once sold his shoes to -nable htm to attend "Side Tracked." For elegant .Uppers go to Zlpp's. J Ion. made apple butter and miner meal, In pint Mason Jara, at Dead wood Cash Grocery. THY STEARNS DIAMOND COAL. Frush cut flowera and floral design for any occasion at Mrs. Llebmann's. ' Q4l tew m tllsslne 079. JEBM ANN'S. SPECIAL NOTICE. Absolutely Pure For Rent Furnished house on. Forrest avenue, wltfc hot and cold water, bath, Ac. Address "C," care of this office. tt The whole thing Is a laughing matter. What? "Bide Tracked." A Ladles' Aid society waa formed yesterday In St. Ambrose Catholic ohurch, with Mrs. Midler as president, and Mrs. Basse as) treasurer, with a The publlo schools are enjoying their regular spring vacation this week. Many ot ths pupils have gone out of town to spend the time. One ot the comedies reported to be playing to crowded bouses everywhere this season Is "Side Tracked." OVM, SWIM MM. 00., M YOWL 500 Have you tried the new Swan'a Dowii Flour There Is nothing to equal It. Try a Mack aud you will use no other. Sold by all grocers In Dead wood. STKAR.VS DIAMOND COAL IS TUfc BEST. Seekers after gold know they may be dlasapointed, but seekers after health take Hood's Sarsaparllla with the utmost confidence that it wilt do them wonderful good. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Easy, yet efficient. If you want the beat ot meats call at Fargo's market la the first ward We have oysters, flsh, celery, poultry and everything la the market. We Children like l. It saves their lives We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the 5e. Ladies Hemsti'-Ched Handkerchiefs on sale as long as they last at Infallible remedy for coiiKhs, colds, Slain Street, Deadwood, South Dakota, !SJ? Sppincj Sfyilc bf 'tpO. $ MILLER DERBY. $ Top Notch In Hat excellence Wonderful Quality and Capacity for Wear Mak. it mora than SatJafyiog Uoceyg Worth. era la Enrj Lb, E::.:s In Evsry Particular. Judxa their Merita for youraell. Th man who buys on comes back whan ha needs another Hat We Are Sole Agents. We Aim to Please and do It. croup, bronchitis, grippe, a na an throat and lung troubles. N. E. Frank lin. Adam Schwender of Lead, who was confined In the county Jail on a charge Deadwood Company No. 5. V. R. K. 25 of obtaining 1100 from Ira Routs un P., will meet at Society hall annex at der false pretenses, was released on J: 30 sharp this evening. A full at will please you every time. tt tendance Is requested. Uy order of the raptaln. 12i6. Fioces Lappets. Latest Latest Shadings Wash Gods ball yesterday. The business meeting of the En-worth League will meet this Tuesday The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are lalble to unexpected For a genuine Deadwood Souvenir cuts and bruises. DeWltt's Witch Ha. Spoon, go to Strode's, Sherman street. evening, the 6th, at 7:80 o'clock, at the M. E. church. A full attendance la de It is a great leap from the old-fash sel Salve is the beat thing to keep on band. It heals quickly, and Is a well- sired. Turkish Bed Table Linen 65 nches wide at 25e. known cure for piles. N. E. Franklin. ioned doses of blue mass and nauseous physics to the pleasant little pills that are known as DeWltt's Llttls Early Go to XcOILL'S for HAY, GRAIN, Risers. They cure constipation, sick- and ROCK SPRINGS and DBXR headache and biliousness. K. O. CREEK COAL. Prompt delivery. Tel ephone No. 121. F. O. Smith sells smithing coal. Its not so much of a Joke to miss somethlnsomethlng that can be enjoyed, therefore, don't miss "Side Tracked." Dr. W. I. Seymour, the eye specialist of Omaha, arrived yesterday morning, and la stopping at the Bullock hotel. The doctor receUed his parlors In the parlors of the hotel, and they were crowded all the afternoon. All the saloons were closed tight on Sunday between the hours of ( a. m. l!ou JacKots, Llado Suits. lieu Capos, Ready ENVELOPES Printed with the Corner Cards, In 5,000 lots, at $1.75 per 1.000; 10,000 lots, 1 60; 16.000, 11.25. a A little boy asked for a bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can." The druggist recognised a household good white envelope. name for "DeWltt's Little Early Risers," and gave him a bottle of those ii mm and P. m., and the police Inform us in alck-headache, liver and stomach troubles. N. E. Franklin. The two-year-old son of W. L. Fur- Childrens Ready Made Suits Wash Goods and All Wool. Is Larger and More Complete Today Than Ever Before. there were no back doors open, either. There wss no drinking and no drunkenness to be seen. geeon of Bolton, Miss., had whooping cough. "After several physicians had prcaclbed for him, without giving re Thirty-five years makes a generation. That is how long Adolph Fisher of Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He was cured by using three botes of DeWltt's Wkch Hasel Salve. N. E. Franklin. ANHEUSKR-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY, HENCE ASK FOR IT. Call on A. F. Snyder the new Jeweler tor anything In his line. Burke's Uncle Tom's Cabin company appeared at Terry to a good house. lief," writes "r. Fergeeon, "I persuad The company went to Sturgts and Fort ed my wife to try a 25 cent oottle of Meade Sunday evening and will appear Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The first dose had the desired effect, and in at Deadwood on Wednesday evening. la addition to Our Large Assortment of S'Ht Kirinn, Tl::::8, St.ras, Cuilsry ail Spsrtlni 6o:.s. Ws Also Carry a Xull Lice oi T-or.. Qteel, 7ood BtocJc, Bellows, Anvils, Vises, Wheel Barrows, Powder, Fuse and Caps The Ladles' Aid tociety of the Con forty -eight hours he was entirely free from all cough. 1 consider your re me LEADER OF Low Prices gregational church will hold a special meeting In the church parlors at 3:0 dy the beet in the market, especially for children and recommend it at all o'clock this afternoon. All ladies are A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health. DeWltt's Little Eearly Risers cleanse the liver, cure constipation and all stomach and liver troubles. K. O. Phil lps. times." requested to be present Mrs. Deet-ken, Assistant Secretary. 1 Zlpps for fine shos. Prices tho Lowest, Goods the Best Ah 1, The boards ot registration of the dif ferent wards will sit today In their first etwlon to register the names of voters C, A. GRIFFITH UfiODUAnE 00. Vhe RED ANVIL. for the coming city election. Do not fall to drop Into the registering places and attend to putting your name on the list Ot. Deadwood, 1 Miss Jewell, assistant superintend ent ot the South Dakota Children s Home, left last evening for Stoux Falls. Dead wood, 8. D., She had In her care the young boy, 612 1-2 Main Street, JUST RECEIVED, our new stock of High Grade Clothing for Spring and Summer of '98, comprising the very latest Stylea In Imported and Domestic Fabrics, made up to our special order, particular attention having been paid to Style, Fit and Superior Workmanship. These goods you will find far ahead of cheap made to-order, or low priced Tailor-made garmenta which In many Instances are not equal to even Medium Grade Ready Made. Having this season niae a much gi eater effort than ever before In selecting the very choicest and up-to-date novelties in High Grade Clothing, are prepared to offer for your inspection a line of goods second to none, not wishing to repeat the "oil gag" of no trouble to show goods, but in justice to our effort to please, ask you to call, being convinced that our Styles. Fit and Selection will satisfy the most faatldeous. Charlie Sheedy. who was taken away Dealer in Choice from his grandparents snd given to the Home. MEATS. Uuis Werthhelmer, ot M. J. Werth- helmer Bro., left yesterday for an extended European tour, during which he will visit London, Paris and Berlin, Steaks, Chopr, Hams. Lard, Etc. where he will purchase goods for dl Fish. Game and Oysters. rect Importation to ths Deadwood store, thus saving all commission of 3est Goods. - - Lowest Trices, Importers. jUCCI6HjOJj i Judge Bennett went down to White- JOSEPH VINCENT WUi open with e complete Una of Furniture U the new Clark Building, opposite the RAM. Passenger iepot. Watch this apace for date and further announcement SSSflSIIill&IIflBBllSISffl Zlpp can fit any foot to psrtsctloa Patronise a thoroughly conscien wood last evening and made a patriot C. L. Blewers repairs safes, locks. tious Druggist. You will Snd him at guns, bicycles, trunks, cutlery, eta. Wilcox Pharmacy, Sherman street. ic address at an entertainment gotten up for the benefit of the starving peo-ole of Cube. The entertainment net Jobs Tassaa, Ttoo-Ptea. - J. H. Graham. D. D. B., dental par Bsa B4, Os-ater. aaa Faaau, Fro. Thousands of sufferers from grippe ted $61.65, and contributions will swell have been restored to health by One lors ovsr First National bank. Dead-wood. Crown and brldgs work a THE A MERICAN NATIONAL FUNht the amount to $75, when tt will be sent Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures to the proper ones. coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe, aathma, and all throat pad lung diseases. K. O. Phillips. A I ' K OT DXADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA. f Miss Lane, who waa the leading A customer said:" I bare had th best meat since I bare sees buying ot dressmaker here several years aco,wlU open up dressmaking parlors over M. CHOCOLATES and CREAMS, deli Fargo, that 1 have had for a year." Liebmaan's a tore. Miss Lane spent Does a General Banking Business. wiU piy latuett wa timi osrti.l ttt ot dtpuit V.u oa sad sell several seasons at Marshall Field's, as cious, mads by Balduff, juu received r.t Flshel's Basaar. Ladles are Invited to call and sampls them. Dr. Gants, dentist, ovsr Rosenthal's clothing store. CROWN AUD BRIDGE head waist-maker; also has recom WORK. sxohangeon all parte of the Unite! ltaUtead Europe. mendations from th first ladles of STEARNS DIAMOND COAL 18 Chicago, and guarantees a perfect gar THE BEST. 111 make a specialty on all U nit of oolleotions, and ail busings W'U be transacted on business principles ment In every respeot The popular Delinonlco restaurant, under the postofflce. is now In charge of "rs. Weymaa. The tables are supplied with the choicest ot meats and Veterinarian Treacy attends Dead- Ths county commissioners met for wood the first Tuesday of saoh month. their regular April session yesterday, DXZtKCJTOliaU Tslephone Ft. Meade. everything In the market and with competent cooks and help the greatest SNUACIk M. L. Yocum of Cameron, Pa., says: SlMt'lL W, 4LLIT0W, of Obio- WILL14M . 4D4Mfc. and the chances are it will continue through this week. Yesterday's session was devoted to sn examination of HaBBJS f aANCLlH, r J 'I was a sufferer for ten years, trying palna will be taken to please the pat rons. most all kinds ot pile remedies, but without success. DeWltt's Witch Hs- IF YOU ARE UP TO DATE And want some "ads. written that will tell about your business In a way that will be read, THIS IS FOR YOUR EENEF1T. I will write good original "ade." at reasonable price. MISS MARGUERITE FOWLER, Dtadwood, a D. the statements of the treasurer and auditor, and this task will be finished today. During this meeting quarterly Everybody Is an epicure to greater sel Salve waa recommended to me. I or less degree. The great number used one box. It has effected a per bills will be paid, Uxea be adjusted, The New Jeweler.. Harry LawleM died In the rar ot Harry Smith's saloon last evening at 7: SO, of pneumonia. Little is known ot his family except that he has twj brothers, Charles and Oeorge, In Kansas, one, Martin, in Lower California, and another In Lincoln, Neb., named John. He had heard nothing of any of them for ten years and could not say whether his parents were living or not Deceased was born In Free port, 111., March XI, MM, came to the HUla a number of years ago and has been employed around various saloons aa Janitor. Through the kindness ot Harry Smith, who aa tended him during his late illness, every attention has been given him. A later announcement will be made regarding the funeral. manent cure." As a permanent euro persons In Deadwood, who board apprs clats a meal when the articles t contract be awarded for doing prinX- for piles DeWltt'a Witch Haael Salve has no equal. K. G. Phillips. Ing and advertising, etc. At the request of Miss Punteney, sis brought before them snapping hot.a 4 prepared In a manner that will tick'? the palate. That Is why the Palace "I feel It my duty to give you ter ot Walter Punteney, who waa tried jWATOMCrfL MODEL last week for complicity In the Bells Cafe on Lee street has the largest and truthful statement ot what Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lull WATCHES AND JEWELBY Fourchs bank robbery case. Judge Moore, all the court officials, the Jut- best trade In the city. Everything I cooked te please the most fastidious taste and everything that is choice It Remedld," writes J. S. Collins of Moore, S. C, "I had a child about two years old that had the diarrhoea for two months. I tried all the best knows the market can be had at the Palace t ore, tne aerenoant, runteney, ua attorneys and the defendant a father and sister sat for a photo. They were arranged In the court room Just as they were during the trial. suit you. If you are tired of that oM 7 dry beefsteak, that slop coffee or beav Artie Miller te going down the a M. today to meet his mother on her return to Helena from New York. Willie and Albert Treber arrived Sunday forenoon from Drohard Lake, Mich., to spend their week's vacation at home. Major Wells, wife and daughter, Miss Mollis, and Captain Ellis u4 wife, of Fort Meade, were la the city yesterday shopping. remedle. but none gave the least relief. When this remedy came to hand, I gave tt as directed, and In two days the child was completely cured." cakes you hsve been getting, just try Mr. E. McDonald, member of tho the Palace, and you will find just wr you want state democratic central committee for Read the announcement add f A F Lawrence county, Is In receipt of a no For Rent 1. 2 or S rooms, furnished Snyder, the new Jeweler. tice for a meeting of the committee "to or unfurnished. Apply at this office It you are In need of smithing or THE HUMJtJV EY.f Spectacles and eye-glasses to fit every body. Guaranteed to Bt or money and want the beat, set F. D. 8mih. be held at Mitchell, April 14, for the purpose of selecting the place and date for holding the democratic state Found A bunch of keys. Enquire We owe Ben Dwtnnell an apology and cheerfully bow. Ben waa one of tne pitchers In the game of Indoor base ball by the Olympic boys Saturday night Ben aays he held his opponents down to three scattered hits and they only made one run. Ths pitchers In Indoor base ball do not throw the ball as la the national gams; It must be tossed as quoits ate tossed. Ben 1 a "hot number.' A. C. Norrts, the wvil known house cleaner and carpet fitter, has returned rfom Hot Springe, and la ready to fill any orders for work In nts Una, tf A party ot jolly almrods, constating of Sherman Den man, Dave Ferguson and George Auten left Sunday for Mumper, Neb., to spend about a week hunting geese and ducks. They will be the guests of Frank Ankeny and anticipate having a good time. John Manning left on Sunday's Bur-liugton train for the northwest and says he Is going to ths Klondike country If he finds things as Inviting as they have been represented, by the newspapers, John Is well acquainted with Mr. Healey, president of ths Northwestern Trading and Transportation company, and may associate himself with that company. He goes direct to Seattle, Where he expects to meet Mr. Healsy. . A large number of friends were at the depot to bid tlm goodbye. Burke s Big Uncle Tom's Cabin will be at the Opera house Wednesday and Thursday evenings, April tea end 1th. This company comes well epokea of oy the eastern press and are deserving ot patronage. Aside from their fine concert band and superb orchestra they carry all special scenery for producing the ever-popular dram la Its entirety. Their wonderful tranaiorma-Uon scene. The Gates Ajar." is by tar the finest spectacular tableau sver produced by an Uncle Tom's Cebta company. Doat mlaa the big etrea parade at noon. Frot Kibble's famous Algertea band and superb ealformed orchestra, teets aeer on sale at &e evrl place. at this office. WALL PAP23R8. Miss Lysn, lata ot Haines' itors, has The finest snd largest stock of dls convention and for ths transaction oi removed her dreaa-maklng parlors ta Select your wall paper out of 500 monda, watches. Black Hills gold jew apartments over Adams' Red Anvil- new patterns, at J. GOLDBERG'S. elry In the district. Entrance on Sherman 81 such other business as may come before the meeting." The call Is signed by one "Judas A. Bowler, chairman democratic stats central committee." Burke's t'nele Tom's Cabin Co., the Call on Mrs. C. Rivers for your grandest aggregation on the road, will Make select Iocs at your home .over S00 new patterns to show you la my sample books, which are ths same papers as will be sold ai Alfred Pratt Co.'s mammoth New York and Chicago stores this year. -S-tf J. OOLDBERO, Afoat dressmaking. Rooms over Ueb appear at the Opera house on the 6ti mann's store. and 7th of April. Jewelry manufactured to order. watch repairing and engraving. Mnchoa's Old 8 and. 6W Main Street. DEADWOOO say. "Bide Tracked- Is coming, and the Parrot said. "Let's go. Let's go.' Averoed ' fig-best Honors World's Pair, Ocld Medal. Midwinter Pair. DO; YESTERDAY'S PERSONALS. Col. Wm. R. Steele returned yesterday from Omaha. Captain Carter went down to is-braska last evening. Mrs. Ollvs XUohards left last svsnlng for Ltocota to resume her studies. Mrs. D. A. MoPbenon and etrs.W. B. Blow returned yesterday from hot Springs. Haael and Florence Daguewentdown to WhUewood last evening for a bnet visit Peter Zoeckler left last evening for Sioux City to buy mors cattle for tie market Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walt left Sun-day evening for Omaha to stay a couple ot weeks. s A. J. Smltr returned from Hot Springs Sunday, wnere he spent a few weeks for hie health. Henry Deetkea left yesterday for Newcastle to remain, and expects ta go Snto the sheep business. C. B. Fines of Norfolk, Neb., route agent of the American Express eon pan?, wee la tows yesterday. Mrs, Fret Fred Vwau, jr., and son FrUa and Joe went eowa to Hot Series- Bandar ee speed a week. Call early If you wiah to see Dr. Aetna Po Co. Seymour, as be Is a very busy m siMi nis time flere is limited to two days. At Bullock hotel todsy. Dr. Seymours ability Is too well known to the beat people In this city THEIR LAST AFPEAJtANCB. On account ot the war news occupying so much space, this notice oi ths last appearance ot the Redmond Dramatic company la Deadwood wae crowded out The performance was, however, In every way satisfactory, much above ths average final given by most companies. Owing to the number ot attractlona at the Opera house during this month, a date tor a return to need any comment, and we are glad hit t:i C:;s, to Inform our readers who wish to set JA-t the moat reliable eye spectalllst that OF OEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA! TTxadLtecL states Depositor PAID IN, $100,000 OKPLTJsV, fit 0,000 comes to Deadwood that he can beseen Ei::tris C:il:rl:s t:.i st the Bullock todsy. Dr. Seymour, the Omaha optician, at the Bullock today. o. t. SALtSBUBT, t. i. MBisn p. a spAaas, p. a. acmruasT, d. a. MopaaaaoH. engagement cannot be made ai ent Notice will, however be omoxM Persons la this city who are having trouble wiik Oeir eyes will be lnter- A. J. titlSKCBT I CaaBlor d. a. MoPBieao t. a. Daaaua later on, when the publle will zM have the pleasure of attending the per jowneaeae of the Bedmonda. ested to know that Dr. Seymour, of A Cass Cmest el Ta.s towS. w. i aid m. Amu sfaVJ Oaahe, Is at the Bulllock hotel today, 43 S13 STATAX

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