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Deadwood, South Dakota
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THE DAILY 1'IONEER-TIMES, FRIDAY, AP1UL 8, 16C3, The ease of 3. W. Allea va. OfOear gm THE CITY. Molnarnoy, who Ja charged vita sot doing his duty, will U haaiM before Justice Wilson today. X Mlse Sua Neill left Portland. Oregon, last Sunday for her Aono at For elegant sHppers go to Zlpp'i Home made apple butter and mince meat. In pint Mason Jan. at Deadwool Cub Grocery. TRY UTEARN'8 DIAMOND COAI. burgh, Ky., In response to a tei ZOELLEJEH'S 0008. GO. I LIEBMANN'S. announcing the serious Illness of her mot&er. Lee Hoyt. who has beeo at St Jo males tfce tees' per. lfLi, .J Aheelutsty Hire) MM! WMt Mwff M., MW (WML 1 Freeh cut flowera and floral design for any occasion at Mr. Llebmana's. Have you tried the new Swan'i Down '' Flour There la nothing to equal It. Try a each and you will uee bo other. seph hospital the past three weeks with pneumonia, waa able to be out y eater-day nod la now convalescing. FECIAL NOTICE! There will be e meeting of Royal Neighbors Friday night All members are requested to be preeant Business to importance. Peter Zoeckler will arrive today from Sold by all grocer la Dead wood. STEARN S DIAMOND COAL IS THE UKST. America'! Greateet Medicine ! llood'e Sarsaparllla, which aceompliah- 500 Sioux City with a carload ot fine hogs ea wonderful curee of blood dleeaeee 1 t S .-r JQerUalallailaoca JL871. Main Street, Dead wood, South Dakota, 3 MILLER DERBY. g Top Notch In Hat Excellence- Wo&dtrtal Quality and Capacity rr Wear Make It mo?) than Satisfying 21 3D eye Worth. Er::a is Er:rj Liza, liti In Every Particular. Jadfw the'r Merits for yourself. Tha man who buys one oomea back whan be naeda another Hat. Ladies Hemstitched Handkor r chiefs on sale as long as they HP. last at VJJ Children like It. It saves tbelr lives i i r rI C w .-4 N H gC J""" E fige I . '.J e-j --.'.; ft--.- Mri 6 j IT-"J and sheep for market These animals are direct from the feeding pens and In prime condition. A paper has been circulated among the bualneaa men and other for subscriptions to a fund to be given Captain Oliver Dotaon, who expects to leave In a abort time for Montana. We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the Infallible rem'dy for cough, colds, croup, bronchitis, grippe, a nd all throat and lung (rouble. N. E. Frank llo. The ladlea ot the Congregational 12k Pieces Lappets. Latest Latest Shadings Wash Goods Deadwood Company No. 6, U. R. K. P., will meet at Society hall annei at 7:30 harp tbls evening. A full at-ti-nduiice in rq. nested. By order of the captain. Turkish Red Table Linen 65 nones wide at 25e. For a genuine Dead wood Souvenir Spoon, go to Strode', Sherman street. It is a great leap from the old-fash We Are Sole Agents. ioned dose ot blue mass and nauseous physics to the pleasant little pills that are known as DeWltt's Little Early We Aim to Please and do It. Risers. They cure constipation, sick headache and biliousness. K. O. Phil lips. ENVELOPES Printed with the Cor when all other medlclnee fall to do any good wbaterer. Hood Pill are the beet family cathartic and liver tonic. Gentle, reliable, ure. If you want the heat or meat call at Fargo' market In the First ward We have oysters, flah, celery, poult and everything It, the market We will pleaae you every time. tf. The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are lalble to unexpected cut and bruleea. DeWltt'i Witch Ha-sel Salve la the beet thing to keep on hand. It heal quickly, and la a well-known cure for pile. N. E. Franklin. Oo to MeQILL'S tor HAT, ORAIN, and ROCK SPRINGS and DC BR CREEK COAL. Prompt delivery. Telephone No. 114. F. D. Smith sella smithing coal. A little hoy asked for a bottle of "get up In the morning as fast as you can." The druggist recognised a household name for "DeWltt'i LltUe Early Risers," and gave him a bottle of those sick-headache, liver and stomach troubles. N. E. Fraaklln. The two-year-old aon of W. L. Fur-geeon of Bolton, Ml., had whooping cough. "After eeveral physicians had preeclbed for him, without giving relief," writes Mr. Fergeeon, "I persuaded my wife to try a 25 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The first dose h 1 Che desired effet and la forty-eight hours be was entirely free from all cough. I consider your remedy the beet In the market, especially for children and recommend It at all times." Zlpps for fine shoes. ner Card, In 6,000 lots, at $1.76 par 1,000; 10,000 lota, fl.60; 16.000. $1.25, a flow Capos, lieu Jackofs, Roady Oedo Suits. (Ion Kid GIovos. .... Childrens Ready Made Suits in Wash Goods and All Wool. church will serve an excellent supper of of chicken pie and other good things In abundance this evening. In the room on the corner of aMla and Lee streets recently vacated by Fishel Broa. Tickets only 28 centa. A LOT OF EATABLES IN THa HOUSE IS BETTER THAN CASH, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU CAN BUY' THEM AT TKB DISCOUNT FROM CREDIT STORK PRICES YOU WILL GET AT THE "STANDARD CASH GROCERY." Sheriff Plunkett went down near Rochford yesterday to arrest Thomas Barrett, who la wanted on a charge of shooting stock belonging to William Tlleon. Barrett will have a hearing before Justice Wilson today. Alta R. D. Lodge No. 14, 1. 0. 0. P., will give a ball April M, the 7th anniversary of Odd Fellowship In America, the proceeds to go the Bute Odd Fellows' Home. Tickets $1.06. Further particulars later on. OO TO THE STANDARD CASH GROCERY FOR ANYTHINO YOU NEED IN THE GROCERY LINE, AND RAVE 6c, 10c, 16c SOc, YOU BUY BY PAYINO THE CASH. ALL THOSE WHO SENT BAST FOR GOODS ARE REQUESTED TO COME TO THE "STANDARD ARD CASH OROCERY" AND COM good white envelope. Thirty-five year makes a generation That la how long Adolph Fisher ot Zanesvllla, O., suite red from pile. He wa cured by uilng three boiee ot DeWltt'i Witch Haxel Salve. N. E Franklin. ANHEUSER-BUSCH. ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER 19 MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE ASK FOR IT. Call on A. F. Snyder the new Jewelei for anything In hi Una. JOSEPH VINCENT W& open with a complete line of Furniture la the new Clark Building, opposite the B. A If. Passenger lepot Witch this apace for date and further anottaoamest LEADER OF Low Prices A torpid liver robe you of ambition and ruins your health. DeWIU't Little Eearly Risers cleanse the liver, cure constipation and all etomach and liver PARE PRICES. W BELL FOR CASH AND BUY FOR CASH, SO Wfc troubles. K. G. Phillips. OCT BIO BARGAINS. twu 300 nwi Horatio Xerxes Booth, the tramp character la "Side Tracked," which was created and made famous by Jule Wal iSfTOia BswjffiKBiBiiBBiBBSiaiis tsmomums ten, la e tramp part that keeps the audience In one continual roar of r ?e laughter. "Side Tracked" will be pre- anted at the Opera bouse Monday night with a company unsurpassed DON'T PUT YOUR MONEY IN A LANGUAGE OF THE ESKIMO. fl A GRIPPsT!! JL'ST RECEIVED, our new etock of High 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 been paid to Style, Fit and Superior Workmanship. Theee goods you will find far ahead of cheap made-to-order, or low priced Tenor-made garmecta which la many Instances are not equal to even Medium Orade Ready Made. Having thle season made a much greater effort than ever before la selecting the very eholcest and up-to-date novelties In High Grade Clothing, are prepared to offer for your inspection a line of good second to none, not wishing to repeat the "old gag" of no trouble to show goods, but In Justice to our effort to ptease, ask you to call, being convinced that iur Styles, Fit and Selection will satisfy the moat fastideous. SAVINGS BANK. AND BUT ON CREDIT. YOU CAN SAVE lOo to 20c BY BUYINO FOR CASH AT TUB Tne Book and Ladder company met laat evenlng.and after a very Interesting bualneaa meeting, la which vie discussed the benefits arising from a close attention and adherence to the principals of the mutual benefit association, entertained a few Invited frUnde. The Hooka, aa they alwayi do, proved to be splendid entertainers, Hardwaro Company "STANDARD CASH GROCERY,' apekea ky the Jaaabltaats e( Mere Thee Tea Theeeaae Ml In ef Coe.t Lead. The Eskimo language, which il spoken at the extreme north of this kemliphere, Is bIho fouiid in tha Borth of Alia. The people bxve ber n AND WHAT PER CENT DOSS THE 642 1-2 Klin Street, i- Deadwood, 8. D., - Dealer in Choice MEATS. Steaks, Chop?, Hams. Lard, Etc. Fish. Game and Oysters. (Rest Goods. - - Lowest Prices, BANK OIVB YOUt HOW HiPRU DENT IT IS FOR ANYONE TO BUI FOR CASH AT A CREDIT STORE. The ouly store la this city where tie Genuine Imported Strensky-5ti Ware is sold. GO TO THE "STANDARD CASH and their guests ot the evening will always remember them with pleiiant though ta. OROCERY." WHERE THEY DON"l A little hltrherte CREDIT ANYBODY. AND GET THE Norman Sutherland and Horatio CASH PRICES ON GOODS. rice, but outlaat occn nieces of u- Si Zipp caa ot any toot w perreeuon, w vuy or ueadwood va. C. L. Biewsrs repairs eafea, lock, Thomas WMttaker and James Reagan, occupied the attention ot the circuit tfuns. bicycles, trunks, cutlery, eta. court yesterday. This la the coodem celled Orarians that is, "dweller oa the shore." They inbnbit a tiar-tow strip of country around the soargin of Greenland, and to the west of Baffin's bay, around all the great islands and down the coast to the gulf of 8t. Lanrrenee, oil the western shore ot Hndson bay, and about the bays and atraits to the aorth; then to the west around Alaika, aad still further along tbe azotic ahorea of tbe eastern conti toot. Tbeythua extend along tbe Winding island and mainland coant for more than 10,000 miles, inhibit-tag a narrow fringe of country by the eea, and obtaining tbelr livelihood therefrom. More than 10,000 miles of ooast land a-e occupied by a people who speak otie language. But in Newfoundland there are nation cue on the tract of ground wanted for a city park. Reagan Inter Flah of Central left laat evening for the Northwest Territory. They will go via 8t Paul and Winnipeg to Edmonton, where they will meet James WUaoa, formerly of Central, who went up in that country over a year ago. At Edmonton they will secure aa outfit for a trip Into the lower McKenale river and Alaska country and expect to be gone three yearn. Clerk of Courts Caumeld yesterday r? vened, claiming the tract by reason ot awm rmASisuB, trw hmm Be-, Cablr. Joan Tiimi, TlM-Pra j The American National Banl 4 or.DiADWoon, south daxota. ft i Does a General Banking; Business. I tha location ot the Oallagher lode The case waa not disposed of. An organ recital and Easter song ser J. H. Oraham, D. D. 8.. dental parlori ovir First National bank. Dead wood. Crown ana bridge work a ape clalty. A customer said:" I have had the beat neat itnee 1 have been buying ot Fargo, that I have had for a year." Dr. Oanta, deaUst, over Rosenthal' clothing store. CROWN A WD BRIDGE WORK. The popular Deliuonico reataurant, under the postofflce, Ii now In charge of Mrs. Weyman. The tables are supplied with the choicest of meats and vice will take the place of the regular service next Sunday evening la the made up Lawrence county'e bill of cost Incident to tha Incarceration and Congregational church. It will be IWUl pif IHiirill 1(1 iijiigiit hum ii iiiuik m it u if tan ,ii i esohangeoa all parte of (he Unite I lutti an I Europe. trials of Walter Pun ten er and Thou called cheap enaru-eled ware. BEWARE! Other wares look like it. but tbe genuine has the name Ktransky-Steel Ware on each piece. Do not be deceived. First prise at 16 International Exhibit ion. Highest award at Worlds Cilumblan Eahibl. tion, Chicago. Preferred by tbe best cooking authorities, certified to by the most famous chern-ita for purity and durability. It ia cheapest because BEST. Remember, this celebrated en am, eled ware ia specially imparted for and sold in this city exclusively by us. conducted by Prof. Kreuger, assisted by O'Dey, the bank robbers. The bill for Till catkee apeoialty oo all uuis of eaileotioae, aad ail buia Mrs. Bartela, with the morning and court expense, witnesses, clerk's fees. wll be traassoted oo bueloeee jrln Uplee. evening c hoi re. An excellent program moes wuioh speak arother tongue mixed with the Eskimo. has been prepared, which will appear in etc., amounts to I7S7.16. Beside this la the stenographer' fees. ISO. and the the southwest coast there are other full In tomorrow morning's paper. SXlti:OTOKS. sheriff' feea, which we did not ascer tribes speaking mixed tonguea, and everything In the market and with tain. Bank robbing la not a oar In M lillIb ffi i XIHTDH, of oiiwa. unn miiM, 4 WILLI. M B. AD.Mte. HAhRIH BA.Ngl.llt. me same is true or tribes inhabiting Thomas H. Boaankl, who waa arrested for beating Mrs. A. Jenklaa ot Lead out of a board bill, had a prelim Patronise a thoroughly conscientious Druggist You will find blm at Wilcox Pharmacy, Sherman street. Thousand of sufferers from grippe have been restored to health by One Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cure coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung dt.easea. K. O. Phillips. CHOCOLATES ana CREAMS, den clous, made by Balduff, Ju received rt Fishers Baxaar. Ladles are Invited to call and sample them. STEAitN'S DIAMOND COAL IS THE BEST. Veterinarian Treacy attends Dead-wood the first Tuesday of each month. Telephone Ft. Meade. M. I.. Yocum of Cameron, !., ssys: "I wa a sufferer fur ten years, trying moMt all kinds of pile remedies, but without ucce. DeWltt's Witch Haxel Salve wa recommended to me. ' I utted one box. It ha effected a permanent cure." A a permanent curi for pile DeWltt'i Witch Haxel Halve has no equal. K. G. Phillips. "I feel it my duty to give you a truthful statement of what Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Uraodld." writes J. 8. Collins of Moore, S. C. "I had a e-lld about two years old that had the diarrhoea for two months. I tried all thobeatknown remedies), but none gave the least relief. When this remedy came to hand, I gave It aa directed, and In two days the child was completely cured." Read the announcement add f 1 F ine northern coast of Aiia. If w bualneaa from the county's standpoint oail ail theee tongues Eskimo, tbea the nrincinal innni. .. .,n The entertainment given by the inary hearing before Justice Wllaoo members of the Chinese school of ine yesterday and was held to the circuit homogeneous and a common tnedl. court in the euro of $ 160 bail, la Be- Baptist church oa Wednesday night waa appreciated by all of those la at competent cooks add help the greatest pains will be taken to please the patrons. Everybody Is an epicure to greater or lees degree. The great number p-raons In Deadwood, who beard appre date a meal when the articles brought before them snapping hot.a 1 prepared In a manner that will tickle the palate. That is why the Palace The New Jeweler.. " communication of tribe occupying, aa I have said. fault of which he waa returned to the 10,000 miles of the most difficult tendance. The program consisted ot vocal and Instrumental music, scrip county JalL This will have a ealuta-tary effect on boarding house bilk ooast xnown to mankind. While ture readings, recitation, ate The who attempt to Jump the courtry. does not mat room la which the school Is held was Col. J. C. Jonea has again takes pee- tastefully decorated with flowers, flap Cafe on U street has the largtjt and WATCHES AND JEWELBY easlon of the Jonea hotel at White-wood, and has renovated and Improved and Chinese lanterns, and tha writing oest trade In the city. Everything l cooked te plena the most fastldlou done by the pupils, which was oa exhi the place and at preeant It la one of the moat cheerful hostelrtes la the Hills, taate and everything that Is choice Ii and la a favorite place for travelers to tne market can be had at the Palace t bition In the school room, was highly commended by all. There are about twenty-flv regular attendaaU la the school, and their work la Improving ev top. The colossi alwayi ran a good ult you. If you are tired of that olf house: the past year and a half he was nor absorb great e doer not discolor nor catch in.ides b Dot afiected by acids ta frulti or vsgetablest win boil, stew, roaki and bake without im. far t i n g flavor of prevleusly cooked food, andwlSI!aa tor yea-re. ery month. ( unable to attend to bitetnaea, owing to i Uay eaneWS. fa! line health. A number of memHen of the Dead- wood Oua club have sent to Wichita, Architect J. W. Olbbe of Lead has dry beefsteak, that slop coffee or heavy cakea you have been getting, Just try the Palace, and you will find Just what you want Select your wall paper out of 600 new patterni, at J. GOLDBERG'S. Household goods and Bteinway pi-ano for sale at Mrs. Alvln Fox. II For- Kansas, after forty doeea quail, to be been employed by Carr Berry to draw Snyder, the new Jeweler. planted la White wood, Jfaiae Bottom plane and make ipeciflcaUoni for their handsome new stone and brick build If you are In need of smithing ami and Spring creek valleys and their tributaries, a P. Ankeny te attending to the matter and saya the birds ing, to be erected a the old Casey eV 77T HUMAN EYE, Spectacle end eye-glssses to St every body. Guaranteed to (It or money i funded. mere u intercommunication, it ii infrequent because of thedifflcultie and perils of atctio navigation. Thus, la all that stretch of country there is but one language. What are tbe conditions under which this Isnguage has been pre aerted in its Integrity end homogeneity! Simply theee: The territory occupied by the people ipuakiug tni language la cut off from theinterioi by an uninhabitable belt of glacial hud, so that tbe mean of cotnmu-nioetion are to be found mainly oo tha seaward tide. The inhabitants, having been distributed over thii enormous belt of coast from a primitive tribe baring one language, hav preserved that language through al! their vicissitudes and atages of culture, while in the eoutheatt, when theEskimoaa territory Joins terrt-tory occupied by tribes having other tongues, we find mixed languages. The same faoti arpear on tbe south an coast of Alaska, la language dlSereatiated from tbe main stock by admixture with other languages. With the exception pointed out, th aVHmoan language la tbe purest language known on this hemisphere. Co far as they have been studied, all Other lanj-cacraa a mm and want the beat, see F. D. Sml'h. est avenue. k. corner, oa Mala ad Wall etreeta. Mr. G4bbe has nearly finished making the The flneet and largest etock ot dla-monde, watehee, Black Ht'le gold In the district should be here by the Uth Inst They coat 14.60 per doeea delivered here. A Weeeutloa the pubiie agralnst lasV Utiona. plana and they enow, he say, the moat modem building la the city ae regards style ot architecture. Work will be Miss Lyn, late of Haines' itore, has removed her dress-making parlori to apartment over Adam' Red Anvil Entrance on Sherman 8L Wanted Good Chambermaid at Key-mone hotel. number of the prominent farmer u the valleys mentioned are pleased at commenced la a short time. Jewelry manufactured to order, l'inewatch repairing and engrarlng. Mochon's Old 8 end. 643 Mnln Sreet. DKADMOOD the enterprise and have agrvJd to protect the quail to the utmost of their ability. It to thought that quell will thrive la thle climate. Several at-tempts have been made before to plant them la the valleys, bet there were aot enough brought la to give them a "Til Worll'i u Averted 'lijcbast Heaors-Worlds fteir. Gold JSadol, Jrlktwiater Pair. The "RED ANVIL," 5 Sherman St. Deadwood. ehaace . i - ? Supper 25c, Merchants' bank build Ing, Friday evening. Chicken pie supper J6c. at Congregational supper Friday evening. The ladlea of the CooeTegatloaai church will give an Easter lupper m the Merchants' bank building Friday evening. "Side Tracked." one of the beat comedy prducUoaa of the road, will be wltneeaed at the Opera house Monday night Aelda from the button-busting situations In the play, the special-tiea promise to be the beet ever presented In this city. The scenery a aid to be cotnmendably picturesque. War against Spain has not yet beeo declared but the newi of the most ah-aorblng Interest this morning la that the ladlea of the Congregational church will prepare aa excellent anppor this evening in the rooms recently vacated by riahel Broa. Oood homemade eookrng and plenty of good thtngt served In regal style all for Xt cents. EASTClt IUPTE3. The ladles of the CesregaUoaal church deelr to aaaoaaee that they e t least two and usually of many. lorum will give aa Easter supper oa Friday Aetna Po Co., i:i mil Pc-2srf Fcsa t:l Ci;s, El::!iic Eit!:rl:s iti Eittiry $:;;!!:. W. I kizi CL iKItl OF DEAD WOO J. SOUTH DAKOTA! TT3Xtecl States Uepoaitorw cab a aij iv, $100,000 suH.pi.ue, $100,000 8 evening of thle week, April S, the room recently vacated by rishel Brothers oe Mala street These ladlea are noted for the excellent tappers they serve; Price of tickets only twenty-Are cents. Homemade stdekee pie aad other good thing nerved la abundance. i,.J IF YCU ARE UP TO DATE And want eome "ada." wrtttesi that will tell about your busbMus in a way that will be read, TKS3 13 FC3 CinFIT. I will write good origiasJ "tia." at maoaahle prices. miss M.aJtoussn'a rowixa, ' m Bealveed, t, D, SMigtea la Vela. la one of the luncb places on Park row, where the walla are decorated with Scriptural texts fiuSHy painted - and neatly framed, is one of which the final line s-eade, "This mss'g raron to vain." Immedj-sUly tmeraetth hanji a sign read-teg, "Watch your bat end coat." . Kew York ftemmerdal Advertised. a 1. saussoby. t. . uxulh, p. a artaaa. p. a. cseuBaT. O. ft. MefiaaaOM, . D A. Md-SIMOH a' uiifluuiif I Mlniiil OmAMt J. a DSSSUS .. onus Lecri g!sj&s of ail astart-itlaaa ar A Pf fen tmm et farter fm&. aele at (be

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