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June 23, 1899

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

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Friday, June 23, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1899. SSBTE f I U t U 11 1 i M It U tl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Id FOR RENT Three furnished Rooms for light houiekeeping, No. 52 Taylor Ave. ONE GENT A WORD nd Jobber ot . -1,aaotfr ' MEY SAVED! FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light hoUH-keepiug. 41 Lee street AdTertlsemenU under this head ONE CENT A WORD each Insertion, when run less than one month; three lines, 1.00 per month; payable in advance. Steam, 6as and Water Supplies of all Kinds. WANTED HELP. W SECOND ANNUAL FIELD DAY-V- OF TMI. OLYMPIC e CLUB, We save money by Buying Goods for CASH. Taking all the Cash DISCOUNTS.... HOLYOKE DbA gARSH STEAM I'UMPS OBAKAM SxOUXClXT. DEAIjWOOD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Furnishes htlp for all who employ labor and procures positions for all who want work. MRS. BRANSF1 ELD-CONK-LIN', 95 Sherman street. N. E. WOOD. A. M.. M. n P.;,i... Held at Beatty Park, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899, Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute, 7 We also Save money in buying goods It m X large quantities. Tnis s made possible since we T 4 have six large stores in which to place them aV. X Our customers receive the benefit of our close T Vn, Hf.T.EN bACHS oix lasalle Avenue, Chicago, III ( id (hie.. Slaw li, In, l-;s. i iro. WANTED Engagements In private families by first-class dressmaker and ladles' tailor; work done at home If preferroi. 766 Main sL J1. """"I. '''. n.ul n-llahlr .ui.eurul Prlv rw.m f.,r ii.tlt.-iil. rnt.lllii... r.. ... Under the Direction of the Athletic Committee. '""') "url.l ..iKrmlon. aerfurm.d lb. 7 purchases and canh discounts KMU KlMUnr MUlllt.T. Wrius for . ir. ,- I.. I. .,, . ( lirillKi L1ub Pianoforte Lessons AND French Classes. Daily; trrh, Hrwu-li ti. n u .1. l, .,!..,,.. tl. 1.1.. ilrr, har.Skm 11..I 1 1 lV,,, i . s'u'riri.-al .'l-r.ii.Mi. n.-i ir. -11111, fci.iarii'' ami r.-mll... V We loose no bad accounts, since we sell only 4 for CASH. Our customers need not pay for other X peoples bad accounts," Consequently you will MAN' and wife without children wanted to wotk on a farm. J. SHOUTY. Inquire - at this office. " .... "'' 11 u.iiiiii,i ,,t 1 .1111 ,1 ainui t51!!!,r''-K n'rd!fl"j tiiiKii' tranniuii, .... n uaMatrljr ju-ni, . tj ,.nrf s , (.ry ilf U apply afth-Black HiH im ATHTJ5TIO COMMITTEE. Mr Anson IIiKty. Chairman. W. S. Simpson. . STARTER. Mr. Jack Cray. JI'IHIES Mr. Jeorge Ayres. " JatntAS Miiii:i. " (Jeorc S. Jackson potttiK-w 4 find big Steam Laundry, U,Mimit T"i Tmrw A tare, Phlnosla, etc., et-., Char-v .We axinlf xperieii v are imp riHii . int n-ury i injiiri"u intMlicineu line. . f(,,,. f , ., work' .-r liiisirii. No lnt?Brmblf H'i-F(-d, N- nifli-in. en , Ft) hire Is uitktK.wn f . u- i- ,-urt? Id ai ally t have ten th'-u-itii.! t.-Mi aI i.m. .... r. WANTED Specialty salesmen for high class food products; exclusive territory given; want hard workers with ability; givu your experience. Address this office. 6-10-lm MONEY SAVED jfrtuefu, pa.i.,u,.,.nM.M-.,if,.,ir.. Hh. u. lutUr-ratlunts fioiii a .Ii--ttiiir1. i,y mail, . JAMES P. WIL80N nnn n-vryirrwrr jrrr Trt ,,;, fi(rA-(y- St-ttrfu't hintitry ami .-xw1 nyiiq.r ,,f u,,r .'.mc ami -f.rt.l f..r opinion muA term ' -mi -! Mtj, .u . rfeainl ronnifiitial lMtramally -r l.v lit.-t - I 4tf rmr- I took ,n all TLronla TIME KEEPERS Mr W A lekes Paul Kewman " A T Snyder Attorney it-Law, ia "nrffii Ki ivicaM-a rnU I1H or ISO qec!tM rr. 1 Mentiou liu i-h -r i i W A NTK I ("oiii'li; for a ranch; woman to ilo iookui. man rancli work. roimI references. Aply Ram li, rioneei Times, I icaihMMxl. (41) THE ( 'DP USE Clothing; Shoes, Dry Goods and :: Oljmirlc Club Building Corner jbarmaB and Deadwood Street tl-KKK DP II Ml.Ml Mr GO TO . . . BY BUYING kDWOOD - - bourn uaicot. FRANK SCHREYER, A NTICl l--llnue 1 leanitlK and sweeping Notions at Ly coMAiiuirnt woman. No. S Water St., rear of Kisli A.- Hiinter's mill Fresh and Salt Meats, I. H. MOORE No. too Sherman St. Men to le.nii inele. f'j) monthly CHASE'S WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP v Kuariinteed. Nca field on'n. Muve made arranKcmenls to pla. e aailnnli'a on Msmi and Fhe Henshaw . . through trains east an( est I,ast year we placed ."iiin l.arbers. flTi w.M'kly. Eitrht Oarr & Berry Block, Deadwood. weekly completes. Send for cntaloue. Wagon Maker, Mulct- Harlier follegp, Minneapolis. Minn. European Hotel. J)U:i)Mj M GiYErUL RE- f -hi- I- - H-44-HII'iIilHiiif WANTED Situation in small family, by Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN, Prop. respectable. competent, middle aged lady. Applyl at employment office, 95 Sherman St. Ml. DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. 11 Kindi ot Carriage and Wf an WnI Work; also Carriage Fur- ASST I'I.ERK Dp THE rol'KSE. Mr T lira ha in. E ENTS 1 -Mir , !(,,,, Kirst Prize. Hold Medal, Second, Silver Medal l--lfi mill' Run, First Prize, Cold Medal, Second Silver. Medal li--.'!-lewd Race. Prize. Box of Cigars. 4-PnlfiiiK the Shot, First Prize, Oold Medal Second. Silver Medal .".-r.ii yard Run, First I'rize Cold Medal, Second Silver Medal. ft--Throning the Hammer: First I'rize Cold Medal, Second Silver Medal. 7 U'D yard Hurdle; First Prize, Gold Medal. Second Silver Medal. li --Running High Jump; First Prize, Gold Medal Second Silver Medal. Running llioad Jump. First Pilze. Gold Medal. Second Silver Medal. 10 Vjinlle Bicycle Race; First Prize, Gold Medal. Second, Sliver Melal. 11 Pule V'jiult; First Prize Gold Medal, Second Silver Medal 12 Hop. Step and Jump: First Prize, Gold Medal. Second. Silver Medal. 13 50 yard Race. (Special;) Porter va. Graham I'rize. leather Medal. 14 Mile Bicycle Race -Hand leap- First Prize. Gold Medal, Second Silver Medal. 1 .- Slow Bicycle Race; Prize. Box of Clgarn Presented by Palace Pharmacy. 16 Tun of War. Married Men vs. Single Men. CLUB RECORDS. 100 yards, Ouy Knowtes, 11 '4 seconds. 1 mile Bicycle, M Llebmann. 2.54V4 Putting the Shot. William Hodson, 27 feet f,i inches. Throwing the Hammer, William Hod-son, 55 feet 7 inches. Pole Vault. Thomas Hereley. 5 feet inches. Running Broad Jump. Barney Hereley, 15 feet 9 Inches. Running High Jump, Charles Winn, 4 feet 6 Inches. SPECIAL SALE DAYS! 1509 Parnam St. Omaha, Neb WANTED for fall business, a good travel u a II Plus Street. Deadwood, I. D. r44- ing salesman to sll as a side line on commission, a small line of our own manufacture In Dry Goods. Address, Box 1T.12. Philadelphia. Pa. Call on the Painter, Mi Liter ComoanY. FOR SALE. Bifork Buying Us, Lath. Shingles, Sash km, ud Moulding DESIRABLE building lots on Lincoln av Paper Hanger, Kalsominer. Having secured a shop on Seiver street, MONDAT Furniture, all Kinds. Begin the work right by buying at the "ARK." TUESDAY Curtalne, Paints. Fix your house. Trunks and Satchels, if you're going to travel. WEDNESDAY Stoves and Rangee. On these the beet discount of all. THURSDAY Table China and Crockery. We have elegant patterns. FRIDAY Granite, Iron and Steel Ware. Prices cut half In two. Baby Carriages and Jumpers. SATURDAY Washing Machines, Wash Boards. Tubs, Boilers, Wringers, Ironing Boards7aad Irons. Buy these today; you'U bave 'em ready for Monday. GOOHS DELIVEREO. DEMOUTH'S "ARK" enue, Ingleside; lumber furnished to build. EDWLN VAN CISB (tf.) Sfiu St. 6. W. BEED. Mgr. opposite the poetofflce, formerly occupied LOTS FOR SALE Howard's Addition by the Singer sewing machine office, I am prepared to promptly execute all orders for house painting, paper hanging, calclmln-ing, glazing and all work of that char His addition to Deadwood, beautifully located on the Park bench, adjoining the Dudley spring, in the First ward, is now open for settlement; see plat and prices at office of EDWIN VAN CISE. J. P. HYMER. Cillectioni and Adjustments. Notary Public acter. TRAINS FOR FIELD DAY. The Elkhorn trains for the Olympic field day will run as follows to accommodate those who desire to attend the exercises: GOING. First train leaves Deadwood at I o'clock a m. Second train leaves Deadwood at 11 a. m. OflUMl . ..... . I shall employ only first-class workmen : -swu iii discs mm ror u . o FOR SALE Furniture and lease of best t 70 Sherman Street. and will guarantee satisfaction. It will not f" Guaranty Co. All klnda ol ""J and Judicial bond written C. Please get my rate before ,r Wen da to sign your bond. paying lodgings In town. Apply to Pioneer-Tlmea. -f"M"W H-M. H. 1 1 ! 1 1 I f t U I I t fJ be how cheap I can do work, but how good. Trial orders solicited. lite Insurance policies. Block. Deadwood. 8. D. REURNINO. First train leaves Sturgls at p. m. Second train leaves Sturgis at 9:80 p. m. FOR SALE Three of the beat ranOea on "-Harrison, 138; Black Hills. 103. O. C. LACKOUS. Bear Butte Taller, 160 0TC $1,000 improvements o one; will be sold An early train will be run down from Lead on the morning of the 23d, and the at a bargain, require at the Ploeer TRY MORMON BISHOP'S PILLS for all diseases arising from dissipation, self-abuse, excesses or cugarette smoking. In use over 69 years. Brngs back your manhood, cures depleted, wornout men, makes rlota, red blood an,) tissue. Cures wastlngs and all losses, makes you lastingly strong, cures lmpotepcy, lost power, emissions, loss of memory, bad dreams, shrunken organs, despondency, sleeplessness, verloocle an J. DO WD, Times office. ; CO TO : FOR SALE One of the finest farms In constipation, adds lustre to the eyes, stops nervous twltchlns; ot tne eyeldls. Makes life worth living. A boon to young or old. MORMON Lead people who desire to attend will have a good opportunity. The banks of Deadwood hare, volunteered to close their doors at 10 o'clock that day, and a majority of the business houses of the city will also close up before noon, so that the clerks and em the country; 200 acr; price $3,000; BISHOIS PILLS strengthens and restroes small, weak organs. Stops all losses py day or night. Don't delay. Price within the reach of all. Guaranteed to curs.1 $1,000 cash; balance he, two and three Pabst Headquarters For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drinks, Best in the City. : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop Matchmaker, Jeweler OOPTICIAK. AM Jew filery Made to Order. Price a box, 60 cents, 4 for $3.50 by mall. Send for free circular. ArldreesI BISHOP REMEDY CO., San Francisco, Cal. For sale by N. E. FRANKLIN! years, at 8 per cen- J. A. MCPHERSON. (tf ) Palace Pharmacy, eDadwood, S. D. ployes may attend field day. i FOR SALE! 4 Mas Harpster's, one black satin r-rty dress and one black cloth mm itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii fr BF.ftrtteF.E.ll. 7. oe c&H md I will mar ."tafectkm In work and Fleet. 6tre"- dress; vpry reasonable. 1 FOR SALE Two 6-year-old blocky horse; weight about 2,300, sound and 1 Gates' Rock and Ore Brusher .71 1 - STREET . deadwood. S. D. kind. Will be sold cheap. C. E. Mcllugh, Deadwood. GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Homestake M Co ffr, . Kin Fully Described in our No. 1, Catalogue. Gto-AfltaGB FOR 6ENT AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS For Camera's' DlT Plate, printing Fapers, Mounting cards and photo supplied send to LiDCOln.PbotogjapH Supply Co. - Lincoln, Neb. UtliHlH it I f T tl-L . NICELY furnished roonW at reasonable rates at Nobis block, T2l Main street. niraware Compan?-JJholesale Hard war.. frill MRS. GARB, vywe and ,-porting OoofU.7 FURNISI"0 rootas by tbi night or week, Special Fine Crusher Our New Design will interest you. Gates' High Grade Rolls NO OTHERS EQUAL THEM- Gates' Improved Vannsrs. They are the Standard. Gatea Slioos and Dies Adopted by the Ho.Tiestake Mining Co or irlngs, S5e and SOo. GRAND CBN- - OK AHA . rKAL, Main atrset .'"HOI O. C. JEWETT, OR RENT Six-room boost. Jutt newly papered and In Una order, at $18.00 par ARCHITECT.; month. Apply to CTJSHHA!. 401 WU-Uam street, or at TOtTNO'S ofloe, Lee Tremain Steam Stamp Mill, The Prospector's Frrnd. H4l MlMMIMIII 33HA. NEBEASKA. "SADlKO HOTEL- street (tf.) FOR RENT Furnished rootai, by day. week or month. Inquire over Ladles Bazar. 1 Room 19 Syndicate tv DEADWOOD. D- N RESIDENCE FCR SALE AT A BARGAIN. Fourteen catalogues describe our Mining Machinery. I GATES IM WORKS OTTO F. PURNELL Sole Agt For (he Black Hills. Office Opposite Bullock Hotel . OF THE WEST. Z : Good, aubstantlal t-nsl tram aaHar. It acre grai. tarwaaarun ti aa m tanoad sd planted to vg-tablea. adjoining fa Peck Gardens; tor FOR RENT A first class rooming honse tVrniihed or unfurnished, centrally- located kitchen and dining room for 10 or U boarders. Enquire at 41 Lee street Rent low. ELSTON AVE., CHICAGO ILLS. 3& --utKELft SOW. ' J sale ehean. nuNCIS "W. RTJBBELL.

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