The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 22, 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 22, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1899. . Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. Money to loan on city property; monthly payments; low rates of Interest, riall on To cure piles, strike at the root that's the way. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve strikes at the root It removes the cause M. Gantz. Quickly and permanently. Don't squander; or address Dr. F. Special suit sale! There Is a time for all things. The time to take DeWitfs Little Early Risers time and money trying to remove the effects. Kirk G. Phillips. ESTEY PIANO, both stylish and good, to be had only at Hawley's, No. 639, by Bullock hotel. W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa., says: "For forty years I have tried various j Is when you are suffering from constipation, biliousness, sick headache, indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles. They never gripe. Kirk G. Phillips. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal., says: "During my brother's late sickness from Great f MCD S Reductions! RnvN cough medicines. One Minute Cough Cure is best of all." It relieves Instantly and j sc.,atlc rQeumatlsm, Chamberlain's Pain cures all throat and lung troubles, coughs. j 1)alm wag the only remedy lhat gave blm colds, croup, whooping cough, la grippe , !lllv r(.,,f Manv othexa have testified i f i -w wm w warn. m m a a ms and pneumonia. Kirlr G. Phillips. I () he prompt rcjef rom pajJ jhwh ths LOOK HERE! Nobody is selling such , huimeut affords. For sale by all drug-good pianos for so little money and Made in ! a run liUmmiMiiMi D WIIUI til easy terms as C. E Hawley. Do not al- Everything new and neat at the Holz- low anyone to deceive you, but always seej uer his pianos and prices and terms. You 11AV ,, Q .,,v owe It to yourself to do this. No. 63D, hy plants, will make flower beds, care for I M mM UfIn ' tVlai. H JJI St 'W Bullock hotel. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AM' CLOTHING. PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MAI'E OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE plants, clean yards, clean and lay carpets, wash windows, take down stoves, etc. Telephone Pioneer-Times. What you want Is "hot temporary reifef from piles, but a cure to stay cured. De-Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and they stay cured. Soothes and quickly CALL FOK IT. Physicians are the friends of the fam s ily. HARPER Whisky Is ( friend of the Physicians. A most valuable assistant i heals old sores, scalds, cuts, burns, wounds Owing to the backward season for Spring and Summer Clothing, we wjll quote you Unheard of Prices. anu uue mai can De trusted. Sold only by and skin diseases. Kirk G. Phillips CARR & BERRY, Deadwood, S. D. I was seriously afflicted with a cough for several years, and last fall had a mora severe cough than ever before. I have used many remedies without receiving much relief, and being recommended to Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by the day. week or month, at the Holzuer. MIXED FRENCH MUSTARD. HOME 1:1 ; ?; Iff Men's 18ozClay Worsted Suite MADE TOMATO KETCHUP, SWEET try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, by a friend, who, knowing me to bt 4 poor widow, gave it to me, I tried It, AND SOUR PICKLES BY THE QUART OR GALLON, NEW CROP JAPAN, ENGLISH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER teas, porto Rico, Java and mocha COFFEES OF THE PUREST ESSENCE. Men's All Wool Scotch and with the most gratifying results. Th first bottle relieved me very much and 450 cured AT STANDARD CASH STORE, 48 SHER-the Becoai botUe haB absolutely w, 7.90 1 Men's All Wool Blue Serge Suits 9.501 Men's All Woo) English Cheviot Suits - m Tbc ladies' ft H tl 639 m Bazar !$ me. I have not had as good health for twenty years. Respectfully Mrs. Mary A. Beard. Claremore Ark, Sold by all druggists, j FOR A PERFECT FIT, SEE rHARLEY & RAMSEY, THE TAILORS. DeWltt's Little Early Risers act as a faultless pill should, cleansing and reviving the system, instead of weakening it. 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 haj returned Deadwood, to remain permanently and resume his practice, and will occupy his old ofHca over Deetken's drug store. DR. A. Fr. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN. SURGEON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Gluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. MAN ST. Come out to the M. E. church Wednesday evening June 21 to the benefit supper and help a good cause. Bad management keeps more people In poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents itself he is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethought will also save much expense 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 his best horse going for a doctor and have s 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 get'iag poorer. For sale by all druggists. This is no Fake Sale! 5' BLOOM 661 UVEttln. St. u4 I Tha Only Hlh Grade Baking Powdsr Offered at a Mod rate Prloe. r SALE 'Hi! IC REflTEST DRY THE tummm mot I MADE IY I THE ) Ytrust. J NONE SO COOD. Ever Held in the Black Hills. THE CITY. M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK! Nsw consignment of potted plants and hole rat flowers at Mr. If .than, fit WUllUU Street , - A nickel Alarm Clock for SS Diamond "C" Soap wrapper and SO cents. DR. SEYMOUR, BULLOCK HOTEL, , . JUNE 17, it, , 10. Mullen A Hunn. of this city, are among the bidden for the work of building the new barrack at Fort Meade, and there are strong probabllltlea that they will be giv Bought by W. B. LOWE for Spot Cash at a great discount. The purchase includes general lines of Spring Dry Goods, which will be void for jnuch less than ACTUAL COST. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19 9 And continues until all the Goods are Sold. "WE WILL OFFER: ' I enjoy the proud distinction of representing what Is tbday the oldest and largest Life Insurance Company In all 'the world. The New York Life. HOMER BOSTWICK. Honest grocers prefer to sell honest soap. Diamond "C" Soap la honest, economical, every way desirable. JOLITZ & LYNCH, successors to Charles 8aase, 686 Main street, dealers in fresh and salt MEATS, FISH and GAE In season. Send your orders for prompt delivery. Both 'ptoses. CHEESE! CHEESE! FINE OLD NEW YORK CREAM CHEESE, FOR WELCH RAREBIT OR MACARONI. THE BEST IN TOWN FOR 12VC PER POUND, ALSO 80ME MILD NEW CHEESE AT 15C. AT THB STANDARD CASH STORE, 41 8HERMAN ST. Cleanliness Is next to OodHnees Us Diamond "C" Soap In the laundry. Cut flowers, roses, carnations, for decor ations and bouquets; designs of all descriptions; -potted plants, many of them in bloom, at Mrs. Liebmann's. Fresh every day, right from, the conservatory. Hair work of all kinds, switches, chains, flowers, puffs and frlxses mad to order. Switches for sale; hat- bought Orders left with Mrs. Nott at the Ladles' Basaar. Ladle Shampooing. Mrs. 1. M. Arms-strong, Deadwood. S. D. ; On Of the leading article In the special edition of the Black Hlllsl Mining Review will be contributed by Prof. F. Clemens Smith, upon the chlorinating' of Black Hills ores. : . Thomas Regan, of Crawford, Nebraska, father of D. C Regan. Burlington freight agent for Deadwood, arrived Is the city Tuesday for a short vfsit with his. son. He left again yesterday afternooa for Billings, Montana, oa business.. Anson Hlgby. N. E. Franklin and Walter Simpson, of th Olympic athletie committee, mad a trip to Stnrgla yesterday, accompanied by E. McDonald, to make Anal arrangements tor th Held day outing oa Friday. They drove dowa la th forenoon, and back ta th afternooa. ; 8tat Inspector of mines, James Cuskk. of Lead, will give bis first report of inspection of the Black Hills mining districts la the special edition of th Mining Review, Inspector Cusick has Just completed his first round of inspect! oa and h will tell in the Review what he saw. Charles H. Oliver yesterday took out a license to marry Miss Ida Moworey, of White wood; Walter i. Griffith of Terry took, out a license to marry Miss 'Gertie Palmer, of Lead. " . ji 600 White Marseilles Bed Wj 66c; worth $1.25. 600 rards Organdies, Linens and Fancy Suois j 1,000 pair Ladles' tan aad black Lisle Hoee, 25c; worth 660. 1600 Ladles' Bhlrt Waists, 60c and 65c; worth $L0O to $100. t - . 1.000 Tarda Assorted Dress Goods, to S5c; worth S5o to 5c 1.000 pair Misses Rfbbed Hose, tc pair; worta 16e. ! 1,000 pair Misses' flu Lials Ribbed Hose, 25e; wortai5& , 1.000 pair Ladies' Cast black seamless Hose, Be; irorth 15c. . Goods, 16J yard; worm - ( 8,000 yards Carpets, Cloths at about half P en mo wors. . . . J Miss Emma Branch, sister 'of Henry Breach, of thl city, arrived la Deadwood 'yesterday, to remain for the summer. Her home Is in Minneapolis, and ah was out Iter a number of years ago, being to captivated by the country that aha came bark for another summer. ' REFRESHMENTS OF ALL KINDS AND IN ABUNDANCE WILL BK SERVED ON THE GROUNDS ON OLYMPIC FIELD DAT. NO LUNCH BASKETS NEEDED. " , ' The rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Weld, ar for rent Inquire of T. D. Smith. ; - CHARLES BASSE'S old reliable MEAT MARKET, at S Mala street. Is now owned and . managed by JOLITZ St LYNCH. Fish, game and poultry always la season. Order by telephone. Both 'phones. (tf) Ladies', Misses and .Childrens' Shoes lower than ever be offered.' -'. :::;:.?:-;:;r w:;-'--.?- - j Beautiful Millinery at half price asked by less compel Milliners.' ' : 1' ' : ;-:r -- j j Our entire stock of Men's and iWa' niM.rm will be onw at ACTUAL COST during thig Sale. vr; - THB MODERN BEADTT Thrives good food and sunshine, with. Plenty of exercise ta the open air. Her jrra golwa with health and her; faoe looms with Its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action 'of a laxative remedy, she nee the tentle and pleeasaat fjrop of Figs, maJe by. the California F!g Eyrup Co. only. . BEE HIE om , , (f)nrr nfl a,ww,t , m ) UU(J-J1JWU1-

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