The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 14, 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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Wednesday, June 14, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, jtJNE 14, 1899. ' ft 'I' 4r rSfr 4. 4. Kodak supplies 1 WUcox Pharmacy. Money to loan on city property; monthly payments; low rates of interest. Call en or address Dr. F. M. Gantz. Bad management keeps more people in IF YOU ARB NOT BUYING AT THE STANDARD CASH GROCERY," SHERMAN ST., TOU ARB LOSING MONET. THE NEW CUSTOMERS ARE INCREASING DAILY. Come on You . I t 4 The Society of Black Hills Pioneers has r eircmnstances than aay other one secured a rate of $1.25 to Spearfish and I auge To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents itself he is .,,) n take alvantaKe of It. A little CATALOGUE FIENDS AND CATALOGUE CRANKS irouj forethought will also save much expense return for the annual picnic to be held at that point on June 14, 1899. To cure piles, strike at the root that's the way. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve strikes at the root It removes the cause quickly and permanently. Don't squander time and money trying to remove the effects. Kirk G. Phillips. i N 11 titM and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and ruin Omaha and Chicago Prices duplicated at Bloom's and FRESH GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. PROMPT SERVICE AND DE LIVERY AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, SHERMAN ST. THAT 13 THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY'S, You Don't Have to Pay Express Charges Either, VORTH. REMOVED Take Notice, Citlzens:-Your headquarters for genuine pi anos is now at No. C39 Main st., by Bul Bring Your Catalogues with you T and Examine our Goods and Prices. his best horse going for a doctor and have a bis doctor bill to pay, besides; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders wby bis neighbor is getting richer while he Is getti-lg poorer. For sale by all druggists. There la a time for ail things. The time to take DeWitt's Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation, biliousness, Hick headache, indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles. They never gripe. Kirk G. Phillips. Everything new and neat at the Holz-ner. DAN HICKS, colored, an expert with plants, will make flower bfds, rare for plants, clean yards, clean and lay carpets, wash windows, take down stoves, etc. Telephone Ploneer-Timi i. BY SAVING THE NICKLE AND DIMES YOU ARE EARNING DOLLARS DURING THE YEAR. YOU CAN DO THIS BY BUYING AT THE STANDARD CASH lock hotel.. Come right in and be at home. C. E. Hawley will be there all be can, and always SOMEONE. W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa., says: "For forty years I have tried various cough medicines. One Minute Cough Cure is beet of all." It relieves instantly and cures all throat and lung troubles, coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, la grippe and pneumonia. Kirk G. Phillips. LOOK HERE! Nobody is selling such good pianos for so little money and BLOOM'S 661 Main Stree. If I Wi. bodies ' D, I If if It 'Pes an Pin the I M I'll .." ?f? y t f f easy terms as C. E. Hawley. Do not allow anyone to deceive you, but always see his pianos and prices and terms. You STORE, SHERMAN STREET. owe It to yourself to do this. No. 63D, by "Calumet" makes the lightest, sweetest and most wholesome bread and pastry. What you want Is not temporary relief Bullock hotel. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AMI from piles, but a cure to stay cured. De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE SPECIAL SALE of tinware at I. HOL-STEIN'S, Kiemer Room, 684 Main street Articles formerly selling at from 25 cents to 1 all go for 10 cents, between the hours of 10 and 11 a. m. and 3 and 4 p. m. TWO HOURS each day. Ed Hart has received from" New York the latest thing In bathing BUlts for both ladles and gentlemen for use In bis bath rooms in the Carr & Berry building. This permits the use of the plunge by ladies and their gentlemen escorts together. On Wednesdays, from 1 to 6 p. m., the bath CALUMET Baking Powder, OP MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOk IT. Mil n ,aQ'; ; stJ, m I 4 n' Dobb, '" hlte ' w. I Hi Physicians are the friends of the fam t i ,J,-. U 0 '". T ' la Sa j ily. HARPER Whisky Is the friend of the they stay cured. Soothes and quickly heal.-i "Id sores, scalds, cuts, burns, wounds and skin diseases. Kirk (!. Phillips. FOR A PERFECT FIT, SK-E t'HAItL'Y & RAMSEY, THE TAILORS. Ik-Wilt's Little Early Risers act as a faultless pill should, cleansing and reviving the system, instead of weakening it. 'hyslcians. A most valuable assistant NONE SO COOD. MADE Br 1 I THE ) and one that can be trusted. Sold only by CARR & BERRY, Deadwood, S. D. rooms are reserved for ladies exclusively. Do you like fun? Hear "Snobs and Snobbery" tonight. Seats at Fischel's. I enjoy the proud distinction of repre THE CITY. senting what la today the oldest and larg est Life Insurance Company in all the world, The New York Life. HOMER BOSTWICK. Furnished rooms at reasonable rales by the day, week or month, at the Holzuer. F. M. Gantz, D., D. S. Modern Dentittry of all kinds. Gas admlnla'.ercl. Eighteen years' experience. Rosenthal block. Take your watch work and engraving to A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. Satisfaction guaranteed. J., S. McClintock, city bill poster, 726 Main street. (tf.) The New York store, on Sherman street. Is conducting a genuine closing out sale. Mr. Crane has decided to go further west. They are- mild and sure, small and pleasant to take, and entirely free from objectionable drugs. They assist rather than compel. Kirk G. Phillips. Dr. Bowman ha3 returned Deadwood, to remain permanently and resume his practice, and will occupy his old office over Deetken's drug store. DR. A. Fr. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND GYN-, COLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Gluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. Hear Colonel Copeland tonight. The rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Weld, are for rent Inquire of F. D. Smith. Colonel Copeland is doing more business than any other American lecturer. Be sure and hear him tonight. Mr. Rosenthal is in receipt of an invi "Snob and Snobbery" tonight - New consignment of potted plants and eholce out flowers at Mrs. Mathers, 418 Williams street . Plenty laughing at Colonel Copeland's lecture tonight 3 ?? . Mrs. Liebmsnn will be at the fipearnsh hotel Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, "l tation to attend the marriage of Miss Louise C. Hehl to Charles .Karcher at Philadelphia, June 21. Mr. Karcher is the well known boot and shoe man and Miss Hehl is the daughter of the late Chris Hehl. She was called to Dei 1 wood by the death of her father and spent several months here settling up the estate. While where he will conduct a flower booth, laden with choice cut flowers for Notmal here she met Mr. Karcher. f DRV commencement week. S. W. Williams, the painter and decorator, has returned from Hot Springs, with health restored, and Is ready for bus- Forget all your troubles while you laugh at "Snobs and Snobbery" tonight. James McDermott, who had a tumor removed at St. Joseph's hospital, has re- lness again. Orders sent through the turned to Edgemont to resume his post Ever Held in the Black Hills. postofflce will be promptly attended to until a shop lg opened. la Sunday's Omaha World-Herald appears s two-column write-up of Dead woo l by that paper's staff correspondent, F. M Richardson, who bad spent several days In the cjty the second week previous. The tlon on the B. ft M. Mr. Mat toon is able to attend to business, after a siege of pneumonia. Mr. Lahiff is now at work, fully recovered 'from his Illness. Mrs. La Flamme returned home after a very, successful operation. Little Gladys freeman ha recovered from her illness and returned home. write-up was Illustrated by a number of. half-tone engravings of some of the prln- The League of Red Men will meet at the dpal part of the city. Mr. Richardson Is' c,t3r hn Bt 7:.8& Thursday evening for still In the Black Hills, and Is visiting twrtllV By order of Mis Matin. cento points. j Edwin Van Cise of this city and Thomas E. Harvey of Lead went to Stnrrti lut M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK! Bougbt by W. EL LOWB tor Spot Cash at a great discount. The purchase includes general lines oT Spring Dry Goods, wMch will be aold lor much less than ACTUAL COST. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19. And continues until all the Goods are Sold. Frit i Anderson, drum, major for the night to attend to some matters coming on before the circuit court Among the exciting events at Sturgis on First Cavalry band, came up from Fort Meade yesteday to confer with the committee having in charge the forthcoming Fourth of July celebration, and arrive) at an agreement whereby his band la to play In Dead wood on the day of the celebra Olympic Held day will be a fifty-yard foot race between George B. Porter and Dr. 3. H. Graham. They have made the match themselves, and will run for a leather tion and take part In the festivities gen- erally. The First Cavlry band Is said modi, be second to none in the United States Two marriage license. were Issued by WE WILL OFFER: army at the present time, and it will the clerk of the courts yesterday, one to William H- Barrlnger of Lead, to wed Miss Cora Hntohlna of Deadwood, and the other to John Redmond of St- Onge, to prove a great attraction hero on Independence day. There are twenty-nine member of the band, but Dram Major Anderson expects to bring about twentv-two to Deadwood on the Fourth, mounted. This band was all through the fighting before Santiago and Slboney In Cuba, and many of the members have Just recovered wed Mlsa Maggie FiUpatrlck of Dead wood. '.' 1,000 pair Wasee Ribbed Hose, Ce pair; worth 15c . 1.000 pair Miaaea' Una Lfala Ribbed Hoae, 25a; worth C5e .. 1.000 pair Ladiea' faat black aeamleag Hoae, 6c; worth 16c v 500 White Marseilles Bed W 55c; worth $1.25. jgi 500 yards Organdies, Bm01 Llnena and Fancy Sunun Goods, 15o yard; worth 6,000 yards Carpete, Mattist Clothe at about half pri 1,000 pair Ladiea tan and black Lisle Hose, 25c; worth 65c 600 Ladlee' Shirt Waieta, 60c and 66c; worth $1.00 to $100. 1,000 yarde Aaaorted Drea Good, 9o to 86c; worth 25c to 65c . Frank Coler, the young men firing on the Burlington who struck a trldge day before yesterday while leaning too tar out from the effect, of that campaign. Th. of w,ndoW( Mng fige,7 expects to get out and around today, de oaaa win marcn up irom ron Meaot on the morning of the Fourth, and win re turn the next day. , , ' spite the terrific blow h received. He rooms in the Syndicate block; and U stay log there at "present. ; Henry Leppla and W. J. McLaughlin, who are cutting the ties in the- Iron creek Attorney N. T. Mason will leave for region, were In Deadwood yesterday, at- tnnrl 1 n m tt .nm. Wiiatn a iam TViw kau Ladies', Misses and Chadi-fens' Shoes lower than ever before offered. - ; Beautiful Millinery at half price asked by less competed Milliners. . , . A?tir2,k of MerCs and Boys' Clothina will be offer at ACTUAL COST during this Sale. V' their outfit running in good shape at present, although the wet weather has Inter-ferred with their work ever since they started in. " pterre tomorrow, where he" will look after some matter for Meade' county clients before the supreme court, 'and then take up the long-drawn-out Thurber-MU-ler case, which be has fought through tfie federal court, up to the supremo court of appeals and through the state circuit and supreme courts. . From. Pierre Mr. Maeon will go to Mitchell, to attend the state Judicial convention. - Delegate who cannot' attend the convention should give their proxies to Mr. Mason before he leave, tomorrow. . Physically he Is not Jeffries,' but' be is otherwise equipped to creditably represent the kingdom of Lawrence in a republican convention. THB MODERN BEAUTT thrlTsi W'i'Mlilniuii olenty of exercise to the open 1r. Her rm golws with health and her face loom, with Its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses th gentle and pleeasant Syrup of Figs, made by the California G S W. E. LOW& BEE HIVE.' Fig Syrup Co. only.

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