The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 15, 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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Thursday, June 15, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1899. If- N Kodak supplies it W 11 cox Pharmacy. Money to loan on city property; monthly payments; low rates of Interest. Call on or address Dr. F. M. Gantz. To cure piles, strike at the root that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve striked at the root It remove the cause quickly and permanently. Don't squander time and money trying to remove the ef Come on You was seriously afflicted with a cough I fects. Kirk G. Phillips. for geverai years, and last fall had a more EMOVKD Take Notice, Citizens: stvere cough than ever before. I have 4i R Your headquarters for genuine pi-jud many remedies without receiving or, i. f MS Main t hr Rul- much relief, and being recommended lock hotel. Come right In and be at home. try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem li x. rm 9 e tTm: CATALOGUE FIENDS AND CATALOGUE CRANKS -.- C. E. Hawley will be there all he can, and always SOMEONE. W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa., says: "For forty years I have tried various edy. by a friend, who. knowing me to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried It, and with the most gratifying results. Th. first bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle has absolutely cured m 0 1 I hdiJ t f f for Iff 'Al nni I i hi not had as good health Omaha aud Chicago Prices duplicated at Bloom's and cough medicines. One Minute Cough Cure is best of all." It relieves instantly and cures all throat and lung troubles, coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, la grippe and pnedmonla. Kirk O. Phillips. - juc. - ;eoty years. Respectfully Mrs. Mary A. B.ard, Claremore Ark, Sold by all druggists. Th. re D a time for all things. The time in lake I '.-Wi't's Little Early Risers H .v hen yuu ate .nilTering from coustipa-p,n. tnHuii-iies, slrk headache, iiidiges-or other stomach or liver troubles. Th-y never gripe. Kirk 0. Phillips. You Don't Have to Pay Express Charges Either, L OOK HERE! Nobody is selling such good pianos for so little money and 1 m-l ' Rt) ttrw ur.. vsr - na easy terms as C. E. Hawley. Do not allow anyone to deceive you, but always ree his pianos and prices and terms. You and neat at the Hoi Everything new owe It to yourself to do this. No. 62'.'. 1 y Bullock hotel. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST W1LWAUKEE BEER IS MDE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOK IT. Her. DAN Illt'KS, colored, an expert Bring Your Catalogues with you and Examine our Goods and Prices. BLOOM'S plants, will make llower beds, care plants, clean yards, . lean and lay carpe wash windows, take down stoves. rhyslclaus are the friends of the fam ily. HARPER Whisky is the friend nf the Physicians. A most valuable assistant 66 1 Main Stree. -f f f and one that can be trusted. Sold only by ? f" CARR & BERRY, Deadwood. S. D. Telephone Pioneer-Times. What you want is not temporary relief from piles, but a cure to stay cured. De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and tiny stay cured. Soothes and yulckly heals old sores, scalds, cuts, burns, wounds ami skin diseases. Kirk G. Phillips. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal., says: "During mv brother's late sickness lrjm Furnished rooms at reasonable rat- s by the day, week or month, at the llolzmr. The Pioneer Picnic has been MIXED FRENCH, MUSTARD, iluME ' changed to Saturday June 17. Perfect II Calumet MADE TOMATO KETCH UP, SWEET Train will leave at 7:30 and In AND SOUR PICKLES MY THE OI'WtT M:r it V Quality 8.30 a m $1 25 lor round trip CACY will serve lunch at the Pioneer sciatic rheumatism, Chamberlain's Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave him any relii f." Many others have testified j tii (he prompt relief from pain which this Picnic. , OR GALLON, NEW CROP JAPAN, KSC-LISH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER TEAS, PORTO RICO, JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES OF THE PUREST ESSENCE. AT STANDARD CASH STORE, IS SHERMAN ST. Baking NOT MADE BY THE TRUST. liniment affords. For sale Dy all drug I enjoy the proud distinction of repre-seutiiiK what is today the oldest and larg mZT 'M - gists. FUR A PERFECT FIT. SEE I'll ii I.E Y v It .fSEV. THE TAILORS. moderateN m. i (X) Powder Bad management keeps more prop poor circumstances than any other cause. To he successful one must D. Win's I. i'tl. Kailv liners act . in one look fav - ahead aud plan ahead so that when a orable opportunity presents itself he est Life Insurance Company in all the world. The New York Life. HOMER HOSTW1CK. CHEESE! CHEESE! FINE OLD NEW YORK CREAM CHEESE, FOR WELCH RAREBIT OR MACARONI. THE It EST IN TOWN FOR 12C TEIt i'Ol'Nl), ALSO SOME MILD NEW CHEESE AT 15C. AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, 48 SHERMAN ST. Ninety per cent of the people have Is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense THE CITY. and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem faultless pill sli.iul l. cleansing and reviving the system. iiBUa.l of weakening It. They arc mild and sure, small and pleasant to take, and entirely free from objectionable drugs. They assist rather than compel. Kirk (!. Phillips. Dr. Bowman has returned Deadwood, to remain permanently and resume hU practice, and will occupy his old offlco over Deet ken's drug store. DR. A. Fr. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND GYNECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Gluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. edy In the house, the shiftless fellow will some kind of humor In the blood, and wait until necessity compels It and ruin this causes many diseases. Hood's Account of the rain the Pioneer Picnic has been changed to Saturday, June 17. No one should miss this, your first and last chance to see the wonderful Spearflsh canyon at the very low rate cf 11.25 for the round trip. his best horse going for a doctor and have Sarsaparilla cures these diseases by ex polling the humor. Hood's Pills are non-lrrltatlng and a big doctor bill to pay, besides; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is gettl ig poorer. For sale by all druggists. 7 r Th rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Weld, are for rent Inquire of F. D. Smith. New consignment of potted plants and hole cut flowers at Mrs. Mathers, 418 Williams street . The Ladles Aid society of the Cougte-gatlonal church will serve meals July 4tb The place will be announced later on. DON'T TAKE BASKETS to the Pioneer Picnic. CACT will provide a swell lunch on the grounds. Mrs. Llebmann will be at the 8pearnsU hotel 'Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, where she will conduct a flower booth, ladan with tttuifo. tint (lAWm frtv Mitmal Ever Held in the Black Hills. commencement week. DON'T TIRE YOURSELF, packing a M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK! heavy lunch basket to and from the Pioneer Picnic CACT will provide you with lunch on the grounds, cheaper than you can put one up. 8. W. Williams, the painter and decorator, has returned from Hot Bprings, with health restored, and li ready for business again. Orders sent through the postofflc will be promptly attended to until a shop Is opened. f(1 ' "What's the good of It all," wasting time In trying to raise flowers or grow potted plant when you can- get eo cheap and so much finer than you can raise at Mrs. Mathers, Williams St, opposite M. E. church. ,-" iflTT The Sunday school scholars of the Con Bought by W. E. LOWE for Spot Cash at a great discount. The purchase Includes general line of Spring Dry Goodfl, Which will be told for much lea than ACTUAL COST. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 19 And continues until all the Goods are Sold. -'.' WILL OFFER : ' the only pills to take with Hood's Sar-saparilly. F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Dentittry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years' experience. Rosenthal block. Take your watch work and engraving to A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. S. McCIIntock, city bill poster, 728 Main street. (tf.) YOU WONT have to take your own basket to the PIONEER PICNIC. Cacy will furnish lunches on the grounds. Ideas are going to rule the world. We should aim to keep In touch with the deepest thinkers upon social and industrial questions. Mr. Lease has no peer as an orator. Opera house Friday evening, June 16. ', Yesterday was Burlington pay day. 'and R. A. Haynes, traveling auditor, r as In the city, making the company' employes at this end feel happy. . - The ladle of the Methodist Episcopal church will give a benefit supper for Mr. Wilson next Tuesday evening, June 20, In the church dining room. Remember the date. Supper 5o Dr. Seymour will be pleased to meet all those who are afflicted with eye trouble, or at all In-need of glasses. Here June 27, t, 29 and SO. ' - ' Stein and Frank Bang went down to Rapid City last night, to be present at the marriage of their sister, Mis' Helen Bang to Mr. Joseph Buck- Mr. Buck was formerly state . senator from Pennington county. The wedding will occur tonight Mrs: K. R. Turner arrived from Ogden, Utah, where they had been since last Aug ust, coming to Dead wood to Join Mr. Turner, who arrived her a little over a month ago. ; Mr. Turner remained behind to allow the children to complete the term In the Ogden schools, and has come to Dead-wood now to remain. IF TOU WANT GUARANTEED PURE APPLE VINEGAR OF THE HIGHEST TEST, CREAMERY BUTTER "OF THE FINEST FLAVOR, AND THE LIGHTEST WHITEST FLOUR ON THE MARKET AT THE LOWEST PRICES, GO TO THE STANDARD CASH STORE. 48 SHERMAN ST. : Senator W. E. Benil' of CuR'," an Fall River vim lei, and Senator 3 novas Reed, of Kingsbury coujiv. In the eastern part of the stata. ware I CV koo I y.--terday, the former ahowrhjp the . isiu-r what there wa cf lut .. in IM icl'cc. Tisy war brh mcmVrs of the hirbcr bouse at the n-n !.. io: the South kota Vr. Rot' J li ?;Hbcr of the G. A. R., and had been' In attendance at the annual encampment held at Hot Springs.- s' ybvu - ntuvtt - m - -rattwBtva w assemble In the audience room of the church this afternoon at o'clock. ,i . . ... . (v . i , Louis Sickle of the Coheo-Gumblner Co., clothiers, ' Lead, was In the county- Bed W 600 White Marseilles 55c; worth $1.25. 500 yards Organdies, f seat yesterday on advertising business for 1,000 pair Missec Rfbbed Hom, 6c pair; worth 15c 1,000 pair MlsW fln Llal Ribbed Hoae, 25c; worth 65c 1,000 pair Ladies' fart black teamleM Unoni and Fancy . Ha 1.000 pair Ladle' tan and black Lisle Hoee, 25c; worth (5c, 600 Ladies' Shirt Waist. 60c and 65c; worth fLOO to 100. 1,000 yards Asflorted Dress Goods. 9c to 35c; worth 15o to 6S&. th tut vuvuiMuuiuui vjuwuib; now. jar. DiCKiee Is thoroughly familiar with prices and i Goods. 15c yard; KAnn mrda Carpets, quality of mens wear, is good salesman Cloths at' shout half prl Hoee, 6c; worth 15c and know how to tell why his firm offer better bargains. The Burlington System Is the latest convert to the advantage of "PuTlmaa color" for the exterior of pauenger car. The Ladies'. Misses' and Childrens' Shoes loer than ever four handsome train Just built for Its use between Denver and Chicago are finished not in the light yellow which la so familiar to western travelers, but in a rich offered. ':y .:v - ;; ; v--.; V:- ""V'-;.:.: '.- Beautiful MilUnery at half price asked by less compel Milliners. : .; ' , ? ' Our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing will be oSf shade of olive green. All the can being of the same color, the new train present an exceedingly attractive appearance. THE MODERN BEAUTY Thrive en good food and sunshine, with Aui uiuj uudi aunng tnis oaie. . . . - . ilenty of exercise In the open air. Rer )rm golws with health and her 'face '; W, E. LOVlE "BE I E HIVE.' dooms with Us beauty. If her- system need's the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleeasant Fyrup of Figs, made by the California V : Frrup Co. only.

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