The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on June 30, 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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Friday, June 30, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1899. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. There is a time for all things. The time to take DeWitt's Little Early Risers ESTEY PIANO, both stylish and good, to be had only at Hawley's, No. 839. by Bullock hotel. J. V Hobbs. M. D.. Fort Valley. Oa.. 13 when you are suffering from constipa Special Suit Sale! tion, biliousness, sick headache, indiges tion or other stomach or liver troubles. says: I have been practicing medicine twenty-five years and know piles to be ons They never gripe. Kirk O. Phillips. Money to loan on city property; monthly of the most difficult of diseases to cure, but have known DeWitt's- Witch Haxel Salve to cure numbers of cases and do not nfmmmitrnrmnrnrii payments; low rates of Interest. Call on or address Dr. F. M. Can It. Men's hesitate to recommend It." Be sure you get ' DeWitt s; there are Injurious coun Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal., says: terfeits on sale. KIRK Q. PHILLIPS. New consignment of potted plants and Great Reductions Made in THE LADIES' BAl ' Dufiug my brother's late sicatne ga Irjm sciatic rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave him any relief." Many others have testified to the prompt relief from paia which this choice cut flowers at Mrs. Mathers. 418 Williams street . Boy's s s Children's T OOK HERE! Nobody is selling such liniment affords. For sale Dy all druggists. Everything new and neat at the Holz- L good pianos for so little money and easy terms as C. E Hawley. Do not allow anyone to deceive you, but always see MUUJUMUiUIUU ner. w I Summer Offerings. Cut flowers, roses, carnations, for decorations and bouquets; designs of all descriptions; potted plants, many of them in bis pianos and prices and terms. You owe It to yourself to do this. No. 63!t, by Bullock hotel. ANHEUSER-BUSCH. ST. LM'IS NH PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE CLOTHING. bloom, M Mrs. Lle"bmatii:s. Ffb every day, right from the conservatory. OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. Physicians are the friends of the fam ily. HARPER Whisky Is the friend of the Pure, clean blood and a healthy liver result from the use of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the "famous little pills." They cure constipation, biliousness and sick headache! KIRK G. PHILLIPS. I was seriously afflicted with a cough for several years, and last fall had a more Physicians. A most- valuable assistant Owing to the backward season for Spring and Summer Clothing, we will quote you Unheard of Prices. and one that can be trusted. Sold only by CARR & BERRY. Deadwood, S D. Mrs. Nott invites special attention to the following newly received goods for, Summer wear. An elaborate line or red, white and blue ties and badges for the Fourth of July. A new and complete line of tiLbons lu all fashionable shades uud colors. Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by severe cough than ever before. I have the day, week or month, at the Holzuer. used many remedies without receiving much relief, and being recommended to MIXED FRENCH MUSTARD, HOME Men's 18oz Clay Worsted Suits $8,75 MADE TOMATO KETCHUP, SWEET ANDBOUR PICKLES BY THE QUART OR GALLON, NEW CROP JAPAN. ENG An Innovation. try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, by a friend, who, knowing me to b a poor widow, gave It to me, I tried It, and with the most gratifying results. The first bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle has absolutely cured. LISH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER 4.50 Men's All Wool Seoteh Tweed Suits - - Beautiful dress patterns in m. I hva not had as enod health for. SILK FOULARDS, the latent thing In the fashion renters u1 the East. twenty years. Respectfully Mrs. Mary A. Beard, Claremore Ark, Sold by all drug- gists. FOR A PERFECT FIT, SEE CHARLEY & RAMSEY. THE TAILORS. Men's All Wool Blue Serge Suits Men's All Woo) English Cheviot Suits - 7.90 9.50 THE LADIES' BAZAR TEAS, PORTO RICO, JAVA AND MOHA COFFEES OF THE PUREST ESSENCE, AT STANDARD CASH STORE, 4$ SHERMAN ST. The rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Weld, are for rent. Inquire of F. IX Smith. 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 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 getMug poorer. For ssle by all druggists. Gun-shot wounds and powder-burns, cuts bruises, sprains. woundB from rusty nails, insect stings, and ivy poisoning quietly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Positively prevents blood poisoning. Beware of counterfieit8. "DeWitt's" is safe and sure. KIRK O. PHILLIPS. Dr. Bowman has returned Deadwood, to This is no Fake Sale! remaip permanently and resume his practice, and will occupy his old office over 661 St. Deetken's drug store. DR. A. Fr. NAULTEU3, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Gluthe'a Celebrated Trusses on hand. ZIPP'S FOR FINE SHOES. Desirable bargains in SILK UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS are being offered at the Ladiles Bazaar. You ought not neglect "Calumwr" Dom Net Belong to aklns Powder Trust, but Con. wimtiHt Rapidly Learning to Pleo The Trust In "OtlUIMUH CALUMETS this opportunity of ths season. DR. SEYMOUR. BULLOCK HOTEL. THE NEATEST 2U eOQDS SAL JUNE 27. 28. 29. SO. THE LADIES' BAZAAR Is In receipt of a new and complete Una of RIBBONS, that embrace every shads and color that fash N0NE8O COOD. ODEMm I M l V MICE J ion approves of. Ever Held in the Black Hills. WANTED A good reliable man for gen eral work. Apply to Dr. Bowman'a of flee, ever Deetkln's. . Thursday club sleeted officers at Chau THE CITY. tauqua grounds. M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK Mrs. Mathers at 41 Williams St. will receive a largo consignment of choice cut Ernest Barthold aad 81 Durst, at Short Can, ia tha souther HUla, arrived la flowers by express today at nooc. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms suit Deadwood Wedneedar. aad remained here BoagU by W. E. LOWS lor Spot Cash at a great dieooant. Tha purchase include rener-al Usea of Spring Dry Good, wtoon will be cold. Cor much lees than ACTUAL, COST. SALE BEGINS ' able for housekeeping. Enquire of Ols Lackous or at No, (2 Taylor avenue. Charley 8tuver, who Is employed at Hattenbach'a grocery store, dislocated ons of his little fingers yesterday, and had to FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 18, have it aet by Dr. Allen. - The ladlea of the Congregations! church ' orer alsjtit. ' His Alii Knowles' school at the Oua-oil' achool houaa oa- Centennial prairie, waa out Tuesday of thli week, closing with a big plcnle on that day. Miaa . Knowles has returned to hor horn fat thia city. ' Mrs. Alice Cone, of ths Black Hills Telephone company's Deadwood exchange, . expects to lea re within a short time for , Chicago, for a short racatloo Tlalt Her position hers is being filled at present by Kiss Effle Clemens, of Rapid City, who cams up ths first of ths week. Miaa Clemens la of the Rapid City exchange. are going to serve dinner oa the tr floor of the city hall building oa tha Fourth of July, from 12 o'clock until t. And continues until all the Goods are Sold. - f - - WB WILL OFFER: Attorney James P. Wilson received from the land office today, for his clients Thoa. Neary, et a!, a receiver's receipt of ths f Hedgehog and Florence lodes la Straw berry gulch. ' b. k. Bartnoia. who i wen inowi among the cattle mea of the west thru r . ut. 1 E his former connection with one of the Harry . Hoffmaa . waa granted a license yesterday to marry Flora Many.. Ourmar U. Nelson also took out a license to marry Sadie Boihralder. : All of the parties are .1,000 pair Wmm' Ribbed Bom. Be pair; worth 15 1,000 pair Mlawea' txf Lfclo Ribbed Hoe, 25c; wortb.Cfe. 1,000 pair Ladles' tart black eamleaa Hobo, 6c; worth Uo. 500 Tarda Organdies, Llnena and Fancy StmsaM 1.000 pair Ladfeg tea tnd Mick Lbta Hoae, I5c; worth Coe. C00 LadW Shirt Waiati, gOe and (8e-worth VJ to S100. 1.000 rarda Agaorted Drwa Good, to J5c; worth iSe to tfe. lire stock commission houses of South Omaha, was In Dead wood Wednesday, . Good. 160 yard; worth from Lead. . - . - " . i . . He has beea suffering with sciatic rheumatism for a number of months put, aad 8,000 yard Carpet. Clod at about half P The Woman's Relief Corps will meet this afternoon at two o'clock at the residence of Mrs. A. Tipple, la the First ward. AH members of the corps are in has been staying at Hot Springs, receiT-ing treatment He is feeling better sow. offered"68 ' :Missea' an Childrens' Shoes lower than ever befo vited to come' and bring their .friends. alt ho his doctors will not allow him to remain away from them more than two days at a tlms sow. He had been out to John F. Sidey, ths mining ' man, was Belle Fourche oa business, and cam in called back' to Custer yesterday afternoon. Hs had never beea in Dead wood before, and stated that he had become so interested with what hs had seen that ha was MniwtifW mmaBTy at half price asked by less compete from that point Wednesday' afternoosv His father, Erneet Barthold, of Sberid&a, was la Deadwood that night, but he knew nothing about bis soa being hero until after the latter had goao from town. at iSm beoffer' coming back at the first epportanlty. D. C.Regan's team won tha base ball game played with W. T. Graham's team yesterday afternoon on toe Olyaiple grounds, at a score of 27 to t. It waa the first outdoor gam of ths seaon for the Olympic team i, and the attendance was TUB MODERN BEAUTY Thrives aat good food and sunshine, with Plenty at exercise ta ths op a air. Har am golwa with health aad her faea ilooms with 1U beauty. If her lystata seeds the cleansing action of a Uxatlf remedy, sha ases ths tentle aad plseacaat tjrf cf Figs, mala by the Csllforala T'i frrup Cut only. ' L y HIVE.' LOWE accordingly light John Baker pitched it Graham, aad the latter caugbU Mar-tines pitched for Regaa'a team aad Hig-by was ths catcher. W. B. Dwtnaell was ths umpire. : ,

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