The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on July 2, 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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Sunday, July 2, 1899
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THE DAILY P10NEE&TIUES, SUNDAY MOliXLXO, JULY 2, 18W. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy ZlPP'g FOR FINE SHOES. There is a time for ail things. The time to take DeWltt's Little Early Risers E6TET PIANO, both stylish and good, to be had only at Hawiey'a, No. 639, is when you are suffering from constipa by Bullock hotel. Special Suit Sale! J. V. Hobbs, M. D., Fort Valley. Oa.. tion, billoiunwjs. sick headache, indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles. They never gripe. Kirk O. Phillips. says: I nave oeen practicing meaicme twenty-Are years and know piles to be one Money to loan on city property; monthly of the most difficult of diseases to cure, nfmrnnrmmmmmi 1-7 oavmenta: low rates of Interest. Call on but have known DeWitt'e Witch Haxel Salve to cure numbers of cases and do not or address Dr. F. M. Gantx. i'ersons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested In the experience of .Mr. W. M. hesitate to recommend it" Be sure you get "DeWltt's;" there are injurious coun terfeits on sale. KIRK 0. PHILLIPS. Great Reductions Made in Men's Boy's ' Children's THM.ADIES' BAZfit New consignment of potted plants and Hush, clerk of Hote Dorrance. Providence, H. 1. He says "For several years I have been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks completely j.rostratinK me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel.' About two years choice cut flowers at Mrs. Mathers, 418 Williams street . LOOK HERE! Nobody is selling sucn good pianos for so little money aDd ut?o a traveling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Much to iiuuMUiumujuju easy terms as C. E Hawley. Do not al low anyone to deceive you, but always see bis pianos and prices and terms. You owe It to yourself to do this. No. 639, by I Summer Offerings. Bullock hotel. my surprise and (leligbt its effects were immediate. Whenever 1 felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself agnlnst the attack with a, few doses of this valuable remedv. The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the affliction " For sale oy 'all GLOTHING. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST WILWALKKK BEKR IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. Physicians are the friends of the fam Everything new and neat at the Holz- ily. HARPER Whisky is the friend of the Owing to the backward season for Spring and Summer Clothing, we will quote you Unheard of Prices. ner. Physicians. A moat valuable assistant. Cut flowers, roses, carnations, fur decor and one that can be trusted. Sold only by CARR & BERRY, Deadwood, S. D. ations and bouquets; designs of all descriptions; potted plants, many of them In bloom, at Mrs. Llebmann's. Fresh "every Furnished rooms at reasonable rates by the day, week or month, at the Holzuer. day, right from the conservatory. Men's 18oz Clay Worsted Suits $8.75 Mrs. Nott Invites special attention 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. Beautiful dress patterns in SILK FOULARDS, the latest thing In the fashion centers of MIXED FRENCH MUSTARD, HOME Pure, clean blood and a healthy liver MADE TOMATO KETCHUP, SWEET result from the use of DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the "famous little pills." AND SOUR PICKLES BY THE QUART OR GALLON, NEW CROP JAPAN, ENG They cure constipation, biliousness and sick headache. KIRK G. PHILLIPS. USH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER 4.50 Men's All Wool Seoteh Tweed Suits - - TEAS, PORTO RICO, JAVA AND MOCHA FOR A PERFECT FIT, SEE CHAHL5Y COFFEES OF THE PUREST ESSENCE & RAMSEY. THE TAILORS. AT STANDARD CASH STORE, 48 SHER Gun-shot wounds and powder-burns, cutsl MAN -ST.- - ----- -- .fa -Jiitttrfc- -- 's All Wool Blue bruises, sprains, wounds from rusty nails, The rooms formerly occupied by Dr. 7.90 tisect stitiKs, and Ivy poisoning quickly Weld, are for rent. Inquire of F. D. Serge Suits heuled by DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Smith. 'ositivejy prevents blood poisoning. Be Our baby has been continually troubled ware of counterfeits. "DeWltt's" Is safe with colic and cholera infantum since bis and sure. KIRK G. PHILLIPS. Men's All Woo) English Cheviot Suits - 9.50 birth, and all that we could do for him did Dr. Dowman has returned Deadwood, to THE LADIES' BAZAH not seem to give more than temparary relief, until we tried Chamberlain's Colic, remain permanently and resume his practice, and will occupy his old office over Deetken's drug store. Cholera and Diarrhoea! Remedy. Since giving that remedy he has not been troubled. We want to give you this testimon "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem This is no Fake Sale! edy in my family for years and always with good results," says Mr. W. B. Cooper of ial as an evidence of our gratitude, not that you need it to advertise your mer "7T 'T ill ! Ill I nimi iimhH" "t " El Rio. Cal. "For small children we find itorious remedy. G. M. Law, Keokuk, la. especlaly effective. For sale by all "BiiLnOonvir 661 Main St. I druggists. For sale by all druggists. I enjoy the proud distinction of repre DR. A. Fr. NAULTEUS. senting what is today the oldest and larg PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND GYNE est Life Insurance Company In all the COLOGIST. i world. The New York Life. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Gluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. HOMER BOSTWICK. Meals 25 cents, upstairs at the Holxner, on July 3 and 4 only. Mrs. Mathers at 418 Williams St. will receive a large consignment of cLolce cut "Calumet" make the lightest, sweetest and most wholesome brsad and pastry. flowers by express today at noon. Dr. Coburn has been appointed surgeon PMIIRlETBakincJ for the Dead wood & Delaware smelter. THE BfeTES SALE iflODS and assumed charge of the smglter men Powder yesterday. The ladles of the Congregational church are going to serve dinner on the first floor of the city hall building oa the NONE SO COOD. I MADE BY I THE J . TRUST. Fourth of July, from 11 o'clock until 1. Ever Held in the Black Hills. Col. Linn wants a thoroughly good cook at the soldiers home. The wages are $60 per month and find, cash every month. See Dot Clough or writ Cot Arthur Linn, Soldiers Horns, Hot Springs, S. D. M. LIEBMANN'S NEW STOCK! BouaM by W. K. LOWS tor Spat Cash at a great aMaoaaaC The purchase Includes general Hots of Spring Dry Goods, wfodcfr will be sold tor tmuch lees than ACTUAL COST, bat.ib BEGINS Take a pill that la a pill, built on medical science by an able physician; suoh Is the short story of Dr. Sawyer's Little Wide Awake Pills. t WANTED A man with a team and wag- oa for two months. Apply to A. Large. LOST Lady's Gold Watch, between First FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19- ward and Charles 8t Finder plei THE CITY. . SEB OUR ELBQANT LINE OF SAILERS FROM 16c CP. ; Oa aoount of the washout our fish order arrived too late for Friday and must be sold. Cheap ash at Omaha Meat Market. Srd Door below Bullock hotel. Nature la forgivln and will reetora your diseased kidneys that will bring you per- feet health by mine; Dr. Sawyer's Ukatine. WANTED Billiard and Pool tables, one of each. Must be la good condition and. reasonable la price. WW buy or rent. Add rose, Box 1. Terry. (t) HAVE TOUR 8HINOLB ROOFS PAINTED with Fnrd'a roof paint it will last longer oa your root and do Bore good than any paint oa the market Joseph Ford. . ' - . On July a and 4 meals will be serred ' leave at this a dice and receive reward. JUST RECEIVED A. LINE OF VERT I LATEST NOVELTIES FOR MID-SUM- WBAR. SEE DISPLAY IN OUR SHOW WINDOW, AT ACKER MAN'S When out walking with your best girl And continues until all the Goods are Sold. "WE "WILL OFFER : Monday and Tuesdday evening drop la at the old poet office. Lea street and take a I dish of cream or Ice wit nice hams made cake. .-..'' :' The Hoisner dining parlors . will serve 500 Whits Marseilles Bed Spra 55c; worth $1.25. J. fiOO warn. Ors-andlee. EtooTOiuSW meals at 15 cents on July I and 4. at 25 cents at the Holiner dining parlors. 1.000 pair atlases' Ribbed Hose, Cc pair; worth 15e 1,000 pair Misses' fins Lists Ribbed Hose, '25c; worth 65a " 1.000 pair Ladles' fast black seamless Hobs. 6c; worta Ms. The ladies of the Public Library will be We 1.000 pair Ladles' tan and black Liale Hose, 25c; worta 66c. 600 Lad!' Shirt Waists, 50c sod 65c; worth KM to $100. 1.000 yards Assorted Dress Goods, c to 16c; worta SSc to 6e The ladles of the Library association will sell ice cream, cake and lemonade, glad to see their friends from the outside towns, - as well as those ait home. Goods, 15c yard; worth He to Monday afternoon and evening and oa at their quarters In the old post office I 1.000 yards Carpets, atsu-e-Cloths at about half price. Tunaday, the Fourth of July, la the old building, Lee street on Monday and Tuea- poet office building. day afternoon and evening. Whea they GO TO ACKERMANN'S FOR BARGAINS FOR ALL THE LATEST IN will be happy to serve them with delicious Joes, Ice, cream and cake. .wes". Misses' and Ghadens, Shoes lowSTSanfiver befote MILLINERY. SPECIAL BALE THIS Merchants are urged to arrange seats in I onerea. . . . - . ' - -, ; WEEK. ' front of their stores for the use of ladies on July 4th. It will be greatly, appreciated If only a plank oa two beer kegs. Ladies peten' Lieutenant A. B. Wei la. Lieutenant Hechman, Lieutenant Fitch, Dr. George Kelffer and Mrs. Charles F. Kieffer droTe MilitaJra MiUinery at half Price asked by lea's com i - . . ...... " . : 'v r , ,. - v - from out of town, having no places to go, are farced-to remain standing or walking up from Fort Meade Friday evening, and attended the Olympic eg4Ige party. on the streets all day. Who will be the . OUT GntirA ntnn.Tr nf "M first tomorrow to order lumber for seats. Will Matson. who suffered from aa ace at ACTUAL COST rhB WHWna DB OUDi tylene gas explosion in the basement of I the Deadwood Labor Union Hall several weeks ago, was able to be down tows A CHILD ENJOTS ' "The I'cajftat flavor, gentle action, and ootb'ni effect of Syrup of' Figs, when la Bred of a laxative, and If the father or nsotaer be coatiT or bilious, the moat graf-fJ'ir.g reulta follow its use; so that It Is tie best farr l y remedy knowa and evarr fua,:'y t' '1 bars a bottle Man- v'..t -fi ty tie cummin rig Syrup Ce. yeeterday. He has to wear colored (Usees and ens of kis eyes la sun pretty bad. bat eehie; E. LOWE.; the ether is all right, and be expects to be abls to go to work agala within a week I or such a matter. - " ' ' ''"'" "" inruiiLiu.1. "fil'Yli'o IS sis--"-- Ma'en" I . ... .

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