The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on July 1, 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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Saturday, July 1, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1899. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy ZIPP S FOR FINE SHOES. m i. Una far sil things. The ii STET PIANO, both, stylish aad good. PIANO, botn stylish sad gooa. KSTEY ' - time to take DeWltt's Little Early Riser. r to be bad only at Hawley's, No. 63!). . h. hsd onlT at Hawlev's. No. C3. ii 1b when you are suffering irom muauv- by Bullock hotel. ii tlon biliousness, sick headache, indlges special Suit sale! II --r J. V. Hobbs, M. D., Fort Valley, ,lon or other stomach or liver troubles. says: "I hava been practicing medicine . They neyer gripe Kirk 0 Phillips. ii jr twenty-live years ana anew piles to oe d property; m0Dthly !l XV of the most mmcuii or aiseees to paymentli. low rale9 of ,nterest. Call on but nave Known uewnte vviicn Salve to cure numbers of caaea and do not or address Dr. F. M. Gantx. Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be inirrested in the experience of Mr. W. M. hesitate to recommend It" Be sure you I II ' J Htl-t-'-W, 4 14- aMBBj m. BH BBjaw m m sasss. aa hush. 'clerk "of How Dui'iamr; l'ro get "DeWttt's," there are inurtou counterfeits on sale. KIRK O. PHILLIPS. Great f Mdl S Reductions! Boy'S Made in U Children's Itlt LAUItS BAZAR K 1. He says For several years I have been almost a constant sullerer from diarrhoea, the freouenl attacks completely New consignment of potted plants and ii choice cut Mowers at Mrs. Mathers, 41.8 Williams street . l.rotii ruling me and rendering me unfit for LOOK HERE! Nobody Is selling sucn good pianos for so little money and my duties at this hotel. About two years ugo a traveling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic ( holeru and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my surprise ami delight its effects "ere M..UJM.U.UJM1 u w easy terms as C. E Hawley. Do not allow anyone to deceive you, but always see his Dlanos and d rices and terms. You Summer owe it to yourself to do this. No. 631. by Bullock hotel. immediate Whenever I leu symptoms i the disease I would fortify myself awinst the Atiai'k with a few doses of this valuable remedy. The result has' been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the affliction." For sale by all ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND CLOTHING. - " o PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE Offerings. Mrs. Nott Invites special attention OF MALT AND HOPS ONLT. HENCE CALL FOH IT. Physicians are the friends of the fam Owing to the backward season for Bpring and Summer Clothing, we will quote you Unheard of Prices. ily. HARPER Whisky Is the friend of the Physicians. A moat valuable assistant Everything new and neat at the Holz-ner. Cut flowers, roses, carnations, for decorations and bouquets; designs of all descriptions; potted plants, many of them In bloom, at Mrs. Liebmann's. Fresh every and one that can be trusted. Sold only by CARR & BERRT, Deadwood, S. D. Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by to the following newly received goods for Summer wear. An elaborate line of red, white and blue ties and badges for the Fourth of July. A new and complete line of ribbons in all fashionable shades and colors. An Innovation. the day, week or month, at the Holzuer. $8.75 Men's 18oz Clay Worsted Suits MIXED FRENCH MUSTARD, HOME MADE TOMATO KETCHUP. SWEET AND SOUR PICKLES BY THE QUART OR GALLON, NEW CROP JAPAN, ENGLISH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER 4.50 Men's All Wool Seoteh Twee d Suits - - TEAS, PORTO RICO. JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES OF THE PUREST ESSENCE, AT STANDARD CASH STORE, 48 SHERMAN ST. day, right from the conservatory. i'ure, clean blood and a healthy liver result from the use of DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the "famous little pills." They cure constipation, biliousness and sick headache KIRK G. PHILLIPS. FOR A PERFECT FIT. SEE CHARLEY & RAMSEY, THE TAILORS. Oun-shot wounds and powder-burns, cuts; bruises, sprains, wounds from rusty nails, insect stings, and ivy poisoning quietly healed by DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Positively prevents blood poisoning. Beware of counterfleits. "DeWitt's" Is safe and sure. KIRK O. PHILLIPS. Dr. llowman has returned Deadwood, to The rooms formerly occupied by Dr. SILK FOULARDS, the latest I thing In the fashion centers of I the East. 1 A 7.90 Men's All Wool Blue Serge Suits Weld, are for rent. Inquire of F. D. Bmlth. Our baby has been continually troubled with colic and cholera" Infantum since his birth, and all that we could do for him did Men's All Woo) English Cheviot Suits - 9.50 THE I ADITS' RA71R remain permanently and resume his prac not seem to give more than temiwrary relief, until we tried Chamberlain's Colic. This is no Fake Sale ! Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Since giving that remedy he haa not been troubled. We want to give you this testimonial as an evidence of our gratitude, not that you need it to advertise your meritorious remedy. (J. M. Law, Keokuk. la tice, and will occupy his old office over Deetken's drug store. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family for years and always with good results.'' says Mr. W. B. Cooper of El Rio, Cal. "For small children we find it especlaly effective. Kor sale by ail druggists. DKA. Fr. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN. SURGEON AND GYNAECOLOGIST. 5ver Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Oluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. BLOOM! -Tallin I ' --- For sale by all drugglBts. I enjoy the proud distinction of repre eei Mam, st, J senting what is today the oldest and largest Life Insurance Company In all the world. The New York Life. HOMER BOSTWICK. - "w,-e, tsesetsej Th Only High Grade Baking Powder Offered at Mod orate Prloe. r DRY 800DS Sill! THE CALMKS iiot I MAOEIY I THE ) TRUIW NONE 80 COOD, Ever Held in the Black Hills. Hundreds of valuable presents given free with Diamond "C" Soap wrappers, Ask your grocer all about It. THE LADIES' BAZAAR is in receipt Of a new and complete line of RIBBONS, that embrace every shade and color that fashion approves of. Mrs. Mathers st 41S Williams St. will receive a large consignment of choice cut flowers by express today at noon. Uaa Diamond "C" 8oap and set a full gilt mantel clock tor nothing. Other valuable jprites alao. The ladles of the Congregational church are going to serve dinner oa the Brat floor of the city hall building oa the Fourth of July, from U o'clock until 1. There'i & difference In aoapa. You're safe when you buy Diamond "C" Boas. FOR RENT Furnished room, for either lady or gentleman. No. I Water St, back af Fish Hunter's mill. Mr. J. L. Bentley la seeking health and pleasure at Hot Springs and la registered at the Evans. The merry-go-round haa been moved up M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK - . i Bought by W. E. L0WB (or Spot Cash at a great discount. Tba purchase include general lines of Spring Dry Good, irtbacb will b sold tor much lees than ACTUAL COST. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 18, THEJITY. O acetint of the WMbout our fish ordsr arrived too lata (or Friday and must be old. Chtap flak at Omaha Meat Market, Ird Door below Bullock - hotel Tha eft? la taking out tba old Im a tract bridge timbers, and replacing them with sew material thruout. -., The - old planking was becoming unsound and unsafe, and numerous holea had bees punched thra It by tha heary traffic. A Are In a rubbish pile oa the hill just back of U. B. Russelle' residence, on Forest avenue, caused an alarm yesterday afternoon, as it looked aa It Mr. Russell's house was ablate. The Are department went out and climbed the hill with all the apparatus before the mistake waa discovered. Z',. V v '.' "., .; .... r from 8turg!a, and haa beea set up opposite the eity hall, on a foundation that coat 130,000, In anticipation of the . Fourth of July. " ....' And continues until all the doods are Sold. ' WE WILL OFFER: Col. Linn wants a thoroughly good cook at the soldiers home. The wages arc 60 per month and find, cash every month. Sea Col Clough or write Col Arthur Una, Soldiers Horns, Hot Springs, 8. D. ' la circuit court yesterday a motion for a Fred T. Evans. Jr., telegraphed R W. 500 White Marseilles to " j 65c; worth $1.25. 500 yarda Orgaftdi j Llnena and rWJJJ njL. ira vard: worths "J ;t000 pair UlaW Ribbed Hose, 5c pair; worth 15c ' 1,000 pair Misses' fin Laala Ribbed Hoaa, 25c; worth (So. . 1,000 pair Ladles' fast black aeamleas Hoaa. 5c; worth 16c. 1,000 pair Ladies' tan and black Llala Hose. 25c; worth 660. 600 Ladies' Shirt Walata, 60c and tic; worth LM to 1100. 1,000 yards Aaaorted Dreaa Goods, o to 85c; worth 15c to 65c . Lewis et thla city yesterday morning that he had arrived la Sioux City with the remains of his wife. Interment took Vlaoa new trial in the case of C. 8. Ruth va. the Moses Pierce estate waa being argued y t. W. Martin and Col. W. R. Steele on one aide and Chambers Kellar and W. L. MoLaughlin oa the other. The arguments will be finished thla forenoon. The case waa tried before Judge Plowman originally In 18ST. m there yesterday.. ' ' yru CToths at about half F The Burlington was three i hours ' late again yesterday, owing to the eautloa aee Ladies', Misses and Ohildrens Shoes lower than ever essary in crossing the section of the track that waa washed out last Sunday this side of Ravenna, Nebraska. -The track has not v. beea permanently replaced yet, and It onered. takes about three sours for the train fa .Al get over It, a distance of twenty-eavea Beautiful Millinery at half orice aakod hv less comW R. C. Barnard will relinquish his lease upon ths Olllmore hotel today, and the kitchen and dining room will hereafter be In charge of Mr.. Peterson, who has beea the chef at the hotel under Mr. Barnard. J. T. Olllmore will resume charge of the rest of the house. Mr. Barnard will remain la Deadwood, and will devote his entire attention to the saining business. . miles... :. . " -- - milliners. -.. ,- , . Joe King returned yesterday from Hot Springs, where he had beea to sea his old' time partner, Clark Rorapaugh. The 1st : - Our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothina will he om at iiuiuAij uuoi aunng inis ter is absolutely helpless, aad the doe-tors do aot believe he eaa ever regala tha ability to help himself. One entire side is paralysed, and It Is with difficulty that he is able to speak, although he Is tgf.-ter la that respect Uaa at Int. The physicians and attendants keep aim cheered up, however, ay telling Via that he wQI be all right again,' aad he 1 la excellent spirits all the time. . A CHILD KNJOYS The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and southing affect of. Syrup of Figs, when la need 6f a laxative, and If the father, or mother be costive or bilious, tha most r at : '.: ? results follow Its use; aa that it Is t bust family remedy knewa and ev.-ry f should have a bottle. Man-v - ! t tie California Fig Syrup fa. Hl.E.". LOW lAJ. E. i i l 1 mnmmmmmm - .-.r,-ri'VyaTsnrMivvLnjui-SLsi

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