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December 15, 1900

The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 3

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DECEMBER 15, 1?00. THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOGD, 3. D. ONE CENT A WORD VIGOR I VITALITY I P THE CHARITY BALL, Arrangements Being Made for th Ball for Benefit of Hospital. A meeting was held by those who take an interest In SL Joseph's hos DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. V. S. Gi-ant Mining company, principal Place of business, bead wood. S. D location of works, Carbonate Camp, Lawrence County S. D. NOTICE-There is delinquent on the followina described stock on account of assessment No. 9 of one-half mill per share levied on the th rtair nt rwv... , I t2s fa MnDMAM RfCHrtD Dlf I C k.w Wn In TTTT under tnia headONlt ftiPvli over 60 years by the leaders ol the Mormon Church and IMT ' followers. Positively cores the wont eases In old and yossC arista frma ai of self-abase, dissipation, excesses, or cigi.ette smoking. Oairas ! Dr. Collier OSTEOPATH LEAD AND DEADWOOD. Deadwood office at Qillmore House, Uxm- dATa, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Lsrd office, 416 Main Street. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. a WORD each insertion, when than one month, three lines Z month, payable in advance a. f . several amounts set opposite the names of ..o inim.ui suarenoiaers, as follows: r- ..- .rame. Shares. Amt- yy ANTED HELP BsaaMd, IupoUacy, Ut Power. MrbbLMtM, fprsatrrta, Ummsss, Palms UBaeaTEvU liasirva, Semlaal Kmlssloms, lm Back, Naraaa DalvUHy. Baavdavrkva. CsilMU Harry, Loaa of , Vara- Wt eali,arCaaatlpa tioa, Stapa Clalekaeaa af Dtacharga, f)tPs Nsrvaas KT I J Twltesdaur at Stya Uds. Ellecta are Immediate. Impart vigor and potency to every IMan fanctioa. TKtn't ret despondent, a frnre la at hand. Bestores small, nndevelopea UuU ofwmns. 8tlmnlata the brain and nerve centers. 60c. a box, 6 for tijO by mail. A written guarantee, to oars aw money rotunded, with 6 boxes. Circulars ireu. r Address, BISHOP REMEDY CO., San Franelsco, CanW FOR SALE AT FAUST'S PALACE P HARM AC Y. ,01. niiw IV 1 . liuild 50 000 99. John HHker V ' John Maker .-.mi k-NGEpert bookkeeper kf" one or two sets of trades- -$:'r,.oo .25 .25 .26 SO M 2 at;. 'J5. '.:',. :n. 89. John John John John Baker rtM taker I.uhi I ak-r i.oiiw Itaker 5,000 Sanderson . 1 nnn accounts to keep during spare JJJ AdJress No. 38. care Pioneer- 132. Ira L .SO And in arci-dane with iha iu. o.i order of tho Ixianl iu . - - kTpositioii as housekeeper .iL,rvoung woman, fully com- 4th day of (wu,Ut. pioo. many shares of each pared o stock as may be W(3(iiir, will be sold at public auction at the ottice of John Uafiiruley, on Mam street I "r t to take charge of any noma VeKa . h Pioneer-Times. 4ddressA wood, S. II . on the ir,th ,),. f n. ,.. GEO. V, AYERS & CO Successors to Ayres & WarJmaa Hardware Company. pital Monday night, and arrangements were laid for a grand charity ball, to be given in the City hall, Thursday, December 27. The proceeds of the ball will go towards improving and repairing the hospital In Deadwood, and every citizen of the town should take an interest in. Good music will be in attendance, and the affair will be made one of the successes of the year. The people of Deadwood owe It to the sisters of the hospital to assist in swelling the proceeds of the ball, and give the sisters a good fund with which to carry on the splendid work they have under way. Following are the committees appointed at Monday nieht's meeting: Executive John Treber, Frank Kel-lar. John Tierney, R. E. Grlmshaw, George Porter. Floor J. P. Laffey, Dr. Graham, W. I, Mi I.a'iLiilin. Dave Ilrown. H" eption Ed McDonald, James Mnnn, I.e.j Day, Herbert Allen, George o'lionti. ll. W. I!. Ihvinncll. Walter Simpson, William Ickos, P. N. Carr, M. .1. Mor'-an. Henry Donovan, John R. Itn-is. l!. I'.eniard Mullen. A. E. Horn-1 n-vr, William Zuei kU r, Norman T. M.i -.rn. Music John Tierney, Tom Hurley, James Harris MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL Security at a lawful rate of interest. Business strictly confidential. Will call at your residence If requested. D. JACOBS. OPPOSITE THE BULLOCK HOTEL. O. C. JEWETT, ARCHITECT. New Waite Block, l!'O0, at 2:00 p. rn. of said .lay to pay wtid delinquent a.e4Mneat. toother with the costs of advertising and the expend of idle. rrED-Men to learn barber r. w limit to term. Constant Jiice. expert Instructions, lec- J' MIS' IIAKKi: Te'arv , res diplomas. Two years ap-re3' ,.,! r.raduatos wini 'Tireeklv. Catalogue and six ial '1 fr...." Moler Barber college, offer i'i - - meW rvTFn -Position by youns man MN1 Anv labor. Kefer- ofg ,,. '. d Thaddeus Dun h, elites ii 11 ' ...rni liv. ry. geuc Hardware and Mining Supplies.. Fi.-hrl's It LTED-al.ladies at rl nt (,ri( C DKADWOOD, . D. Walier L. Vercoe, M. D U T, r. EYE AND EAR K i S Occulist B. & M. R. R. Dervd vood, S. D. .. Tel. Harrison. Bazaar , laboring men. Ap KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAYPORT ARTHUR ROUTE. "Straight as tre Crow Flies' be tween KANSAS CIT r and the GULF. Double daily train service. Shortest line tand quickest time to Pittsburtj, Kas., Joplin, Mo., Ft. Smith, Ark., Tex. arkana, Tex., Shreveport, La., Brau-mont, Texas, and Lake Charles, La., Through Pullman Sleepers' to: Houston and Galveston, the famous ARKANSAS Health Resorts; Si-loam Springs and Sulphur Springs. Cheap rates to above resorts all the year. CHEAP LANDS: Along the Port Arthur Route in Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana are to be found the most productive lands in these states. These lands can be secured at very moderate prices, and, therefore, offer a great inducement to the homeseek-er. HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS SOUTH. First and third Tuesdays of each month. Apply to S. G. WARNER, G. P .& T. A.. Kansas City, Mo. ply to "'a. u THE CITY DKAY LINE tVTEa Three sewing girls at the r ' r, nrpssmakine Parlors. I This Space Is I van w"" ..arTVetken's Pharmacy. tf g Reserved For CORNWALL & CO. fcTvrED Girl jwanted for general tt rL- Inmiire V. K. & M. V. m: til i3. St. Doadlwood JOUbeviu. h-oirht depot. tr. I w o CaNTED Two good salesmen and r. .,...i...i;.,c Flvnerienced. Max 1 FEEDl FUEL Does all kinds of heavy hauling, moving of heavy machinery, excavation extracting, hauling of ore, etc. We've Cot All Kinds of Teams and are prepared to do all kinds of work. PROMPTNESS IS OUR MOTTO Office No. 2 Syndicate BIk. Residence Phone B. H., 169. Office Phone, B. H. 118. JNO FELDHAUSEN, .Prop, jve sai'!"" ' Fishel's. bT7I WANTRD-R 1 i a b 1 Seebick IMPORT1CR AND DICSUJNICF OP Gowns and men to sen ui - lubricalm,; .iK greases, paints and varnishes. Salary or commission. Address. The Adams-Franklin Oil Co. Clef laid. Ohio- FOR SALE. ' REMOVED TO ADAM'S BLOCK. DOCTOR BARCOCK HAS MOVED TO THE ADAMS BLOCK WHERE HE CAN BE FOUND NIGHT OR DAY AND MAY HE CALLED BY EITHER TELEPHONE. tf "T.IE NORTHWICSTEl.N LINE" U the short lino between DEADWOOD anr Sinu CITY. SIOTX FALLS. ST PAI.'L, MINNEAPOLIS ntid IlI'H'TH PI i use hear this In mind fOiTSALR 10 horse-power boiler, j Lobby Saloon has gone thru a thoro course of repair and cleaning and is now one of the TNTlcost rlace to be found in Deadwood for a social time. ...Millinery - complete. For particulars, ad.iros.-, Pioneer-Times. OR SA i .1' 'aiidy store at No ''.I jshrrnmi. -tr.'H. Will t-a.-h jmtly bu ini I" n:ake landy. ; FOR RENT. ; OPPOSITE THE BULLOCK. U tr" z 5Sz w x ? too THE D6ADWOOO LOAN' OFFICE"' .. .. 21 Leo Street, Is the place to go when you are broke or when you are not broke when you are broke, you can O - " Q s o S,o E 5 i! L " " QJ Francis C. Tuck;r. J. R. Hickox. U. S,.Dcp. Min. City Engineer. Surveyor. TUCKER A HICKOX, CIVIL f; MINING ENGINEERS Surveyors. Rooms 301 and 30 Adams Block. We Want... K)R RENT Two rooms over Phila delphia Restaurant. Apply to 1 u neer-Times. - I YoVi to understand 'that we are un ' money you can get bargains on fOR RENT. $10 per month, good 5 H to id E ca BUGGIES, CARRIAGES And SPRING WAGONS. tour-room bouse in Cleveland Heights addition, one block above St Joeseph's hospital. A. W. Coe. what the other fellow left when ho was broke. Anything and everything Is carried In stock at DEADWOOD LOAN OKFICE, der small expense and can do better by you on MEATS of all kinds than any of our competitors. Give us a chance to prove our assertion, by giT-(ng us a trial order. JOLITZ & LYNCH BR RENT. A house with modern Improvements, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at DeMouth's Ark. UNDERTAKING AND Clllin ai KR RENT Two new six-room houses Aetna Powder Go, tor rent cheap on Carney street. Enquire of S. Bloom. ICRNISHED ROOMS for rent. Clean. IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Skilfully and competently done. A full stock of coffins, caskets, robes, wreaths and. In fact, everything pertaining to funeral regalia, constantly on hand. c.ii n.03F3iJNreioTNr Harrison Phono i34. Parlors. No. 114 Sherman SL tttractive and nicely situated, in the L, C. Miller bouse, upper floor. Inquire of Mrs. I'. D. Sanders. Room 1. Made exclusively for the Black Hills trade. If you want a new vehicle of any kind It will pay you to call and look our stock over, and learn our prices, for they are the lowest of the low, yet the vehicles are the Best of the Best . . . . FULLER & BROWN Next to City Hail, Deadwood. . D. Headquarters for SOUTH DAKOTA PEOPLF, HOTFL GRACE . EUROPEAN C. C. CO'UN3, Proprietor. , Jackson Boulevard and Clark Street, CHICAGO. Location Op.,.-.it- p.vtif!!.-.s and Board of Trade, In Exact Center of Business District 200 Rooms at $1.C0 Per Day and Upward. Every Room has Hot and Cold Water and is ' Heated' by Steam, iOOMS furnished lor housekeeping. Dynamite and Black Powfer Fuse and Caps, Electric Batteries, Batteiy Supplies. W. ADAMS COM PANT Parties seeking; comfortable. and (feasant winter ntiarters, will do Well to call at No. CO Centennial wenue. .V . V.V.V.'.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VA HOUR $300 SPECIALS. fWlCES FOR RENT The iinet Green Cut Bone When Fed Your Poultry Will double the number of egkr, Will stop cheating. Will prevent roup, Will make the ei;.:3 more fertile. Will invigorate tho whole flock. Will make little chit ks grow larger. Will reduce the grain bill one-halt. It is better than medicine, cheaper than grain. Only $3.00 per hundred. Manufactured and for sale by - ZOECKLER BROS, best located, steam boated and electric lighted ol'licea in tho city fs for rent at low prices.. ln- Ulre of a C. Jewett, Room 202. Waite building. ii ! : K-X A SOOMS TO RENT AT MODERATE Never Before . fKICES. Suites of living rooms in fjPor JX 'i a few ,tV.v -: HAS AN ELE- V 5 -A t P.ANT I.INfR OB1 I w WAITE IMJILD1NG, eae -fur Is&ed with steam ffeat: electric In Black Hills History Hm the aniline been acenratelvrs ts; bath, water closet, lavatory; produced, or never beftre bait tberebeen of the H llli. M tre now thowoatLhe t'ana cold water, arc for rent at oderate and reasonable prices. Will be pleased to show them to Kme who may be interested. O. 1 Jewett, AgenL ,0- 8.8. No. 23. ..DEADWOOD. J sL 1 RIMMED H A T 3 s L WHICH ARE QOINO a" j t FOK x FEW DAYS AT $ J. B. Le Beau The Central Jeweler, Is Headquarters For Black Hills Gold Jewelry, Any design, made up on the shortest notice. MAIL ORDERS Write him Just what you want and he will quote you prices by return malL REFERENCES Any bank or mercan tile house In the Hills. papular studios of H. R. LOCKE CO., Main Strxet, Main Street, DK AD WOOD I LEAD. You Can Bank. on getting the best in the MEAT line, If you get It of ROGERS (56 SON They always have a neat, fresh ?to k to select from, and you can alwas get Just what vou wanL They Lead Others follow In Photography, Cabinet Work . or Pbatinotype. H " uiwungs secona ana iu-ji m rn at 7:30. All members cordially ANNIE) I. PHILLIPS. W. M. LT1-0? preparations simply devel-?7catarrh; they dry up the secretions, "a . BRING YOUR POCKETBOOK, For when you see them you want them. W-H. MOORE Blacksmith and OUR HOLIDAY LINE of Handkerchiefs and Gloves is unsurpassed by any In th West. Accept our invitation and call. ACKERMAN MILLINERY CO., Miss O'Keefe, Mgr. LUXURIES THAT COST LITTLE, Is what -3u get when you buy your meats of THE BRICK V.VV CHS KELLAR: Waaon Maker Next door to the Bullock) The' poor r.,an's freind. They all look alike to.tius, and it is one price ; SH ll 5R : I M HORSESHOEING AND GENFRAL RE-PAIRING UUNt" ON SHORT NOTICE. All kinds of Carriage and Wag-ob Wood Work; also Carriage t urnishiDgs. . 11 and 12 Pine SL. - DeadwooC S. B to all, and tno best and most ralat able meats to bo had in the city. 6422 Main Street, Deadwood. FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEADWOOD. SOUTH DAKOTA. FINEST ORCHESTRA In the City " Carry a full line of Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Tou are always welcome. RYAN and RILEY Props. k '"K B l;r more serious trounia i nan "Wthnarj form of catarrlrr'Avoi.l all dry. Inhalants, fumes, smokes and sniitTs K'vi'1Jit "Aliieh cleanses, soothf-s and CVy'8 Cream Balm is such a remedy QW core catarrh or cold in the In ;ti QVand pleasauUy. A trial size will bo 10 cents. All druggist sell tho I jE'j Brothers, 6G Warren tt.. N. Y. hn cures without pain, docs nut OTeanse sneezing. -It spreads its If CjJIul'ei and angry surface, relieve i ?'?tely the Painful influmnistion. vJj t LVeam Ralm you ore armed 4aal Catarrh and Hay Fever. Oi. ' NOTICE. 4Wi tfter December 1, 1900. the fcn Price of "da water win be xTj11 Half pinU, per case of 17 totUes, $1-00 quarts, per W dozen D0tUe8. 2-25: fiy-V7j??r c&se ot on doien, $1.50. 'iLrCe' 1,9 nt. and charges for .'Wll b made as follows: 'tet ' cent per bottle; quarts, 'w Per bottle, syphons, $1 per i JrvrjA?? prlce 'o M 5. O. B. it HJl TREBer, Deadwood. S. D i.lTUrrj LARGE, Deadwood. ril SPRINGS BOTTLFNO RKS, Hot Springs, 3. D. HT MAILT. Ann tmiI Lee-Glass-Ardreseen United States Depository DIRECTORS: T. J. ORIKR, 'iP. K. SPARKSP. A GUHHUBJTb D. A. McPHKRSON. a J. SALISBURY. PALMER HOUSE NEW CLARK BLOCT NEXT DOOR TO U.e S- ASSAY OFTICa NEW BUILDING, NEW FURNITURE. NEW BEDDING In connection with the Restaurant are ten finely furnished rooma with bot and cold water and bath. Open day and night Short order. specialty. SING YOU Prop Wholesale Hardware Bicwclesand Sporting Goods. 121-21-23 HARNEY ST.. OMAHA. J. C. CARSON, Agent. Deadwood Office, Syndicate Block. OFFICERS: Presldsot.....O. J. IALI8BURT Cashier - A, Vlce.Pr1d.nt T. J. ORI.R I C"hJer 8- DKNUAN Tlx Arcade Peter Ecklund, Prop. Is where you get that delicious drink known thruout the country as Anheua-r Butch yon anow beer. A nice lunta constantly cm tb bar. Bast brands of drinks and elars always on band. . La street. Deadsrood.

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