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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, July 4, 1899
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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, im. 1 1 m ii it 1 1 1 1 i t i a num MONEY SAVED! SATURDAY EXCURSIOONS TO HOT SPRINGS VIA "NORTHWESTERN LINE." To Hut Springs and return at one fare, $5.2u, fur the round trip. Tickets good to return 6, ven days from date of sale. The , and Jobbers ol i ONE GENT A WORD Advertisements under this head ONR CENT A WORD each insertion, when run lees than one month; three lines, J1.00 per month; payable in advance. -.ofltftorers Gas and water Stesm of all Kinds. S Elkhott, train leaving Dtadwood at 6 p. m. is the jopular train to Hot Springs, as it l. av, s after the close of business hour--. WANTED HELP. Lata We save money by Buying Goods for CASH. Taking all the Cash DISCOUNTS. .. t HOLYOKB DEAN AND HARSHSTEAMTUMPS i Advertisement.) IH.Ai'K HILLS MINIMI REVIEW. WANTED Engagements in private families by first-clas3 dressmaker and ladles' tailor; work done at home if preferred. 766 Main st. N. E. WOOD, A. M.f M. O., President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute, 317 LaSalle Avenue, Chicago, III. (EaUttlbtbt-d la ( ulcu-o Sioe ftaj lit, lATH.) The olde-t, trg-i, mt rt-IUMt- emd accMfal WANTED House cleaning anil sweeping by competent woman. No. 8 Water St., rear of Fish & Hunter's mill. Be HELKN bACHS WANTED A thoroughly competent girl, must be good cook. Apply to 44 Lee St. Pianoforte Lessons AND French Classes Daily: vVe also Save money in buying goods in large quantities. Tiiis s made possible since we have six large stores in which to place them Our customers receive the benefit of our close purchases and cash discounts. We loose no bad accounts, since we sell only for CASH. Our oustorasir d not pay for other peoples bad accounts, Consequently you will find big MONEY SAVED iternuapply it die Black Hill Special IMitiun for lh99 Will Be Out in July. The management of the Black Hills Mining Review is preparing to issue a special edition of that paper sometime during the latter part of July. This edition will far surpass anything of the kind ever published In the Black Hills. The support already given by the business men of Deadwood, Lead and the surrounding mining camps and by the lead-Ihg mining companies which are operating In Lawrence county, has of Itself warranted the publication of fifty pages of reading matter, illustrated with a profusion of new half-tone cute. Already about forty-five hundred copies of the edition have been subscribed for and only a partial canvass has been made. It will be necessary to Issue at least eight thousand copies In order to supply the demand. The special edition will contain a great Men to learn barber trade. $00 monthly guaranteed. New field open. Have made arrangements to place graduates on through trains east an( west. Last year we placed Ml) barbers. $lf weekly. Eight weeks completes. Send for catalogue. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. Steam laundry, lHv room ft l'r rmlfniU trllb IWIHtlt- Tor mmy rmercvucy. I operatUm per for Me 4 la the MtMtt HtttitlOp nuiinfr. Write f-r .'In-ulur u lK-f.-rmitits and linn-, club Feet, Carvatun ( The Spine. I'll. Trnkrs. Cancer Catarrh, Hroi.i-u.tln. I'ami, Kpllepny. Kidney. Bladder, t,v, tor, Skin ant iiH j i,ea(.e, an. I all Surgical Operations. Her-t fai illfl.-M. tuparatua and remedies for the aurce-Httful tr-atini'iit ut ever n.rm ol dlaeatie We baolutei gun anlee t cure every emme of erTua Debility mid dwaeh reulttru fmm almtwK and indlwietluns of V.njtu and Manhoi.d , Hpemator-rt?t, Heatlifal WeaLoe n'uht iiMi'm. Impotenrr io of fxuat pirT, Varlcowle, llydroel-, HHc-tare, Phlmoala, etc, etc., Cbarcea KeaMnall AK and experience are Important - N. memiry . r injurious medio! net iiwtl - AV fmt it fmm work or lunine o Incurablr euri aeei'pU'd, NoinedlineMent '. i. Failure Is unknown I u, we .-ure thounandx annually. We have ten thousand tciliiixi ual letter- mi rile from irratofrii patient permanent Iv curwl. Write um today. I'atienta from a dl-tam-e treated hy mail .Wl.-ium amt wrrywhrr fr-r from ((( it mi hrmk'fj-- Stuff f.iH hixlory a.rut rxact Hyutfir.iiri f your r-iiMr and Ktnd for oplnloa and term ('oii.-ultailoii .'reeaml rnntldt-nriai. h rnonally or ly letter -1 tiO pmre Himt un all ntntu aud Harcioal IMMceii end lUt of lttu question free. (.Jlention fhitt papt-r j CmeTp. WILSON itomey-at-Law, WANTED A Kood reliable man for general work. Apply lo I ir. How man's office, over 1 t etkin's. WANTED -A -man with a team and wag Clothing: Shoes, Dry Goods and :: Olfmple Clab Building Comer jrmao and Dead wood Street on for two months. Apply to A. Ijtrge. ' BY BUYING I'DWOOD - - Dakota KOR SALE. Notions at 1 H. MOORE DESIRABLE building lots on Lincoln avenue. Ingleside; lumber furnished to build. EDWIN VAN CISK (tf.) WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP CHASE'S ttmith and GO TO . . . FRANK SCHREYER, Fresh and Salt Meats, No. too Sherman St. The Henshaw . . European Hotel. Late "The McTague." Oyster and Grill Room. T. J. O'BRIEN. Prop. 1509 Parnam St. - Omaha, Neb Oarr & Berry Block, Deadwood. LOTS KOR SALE Howard's Addition 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. Wagon Maker. 4 ni t i i y f f i f rt ? I'lt-M"! -I"! IIII"I, many half tone cuts which will be new to the Black Hills people and some of the best known mining men will contribute articles on various topics. Among those who will write are: Dr. Walter P. Jen-ney, who will furnish a descriptive article upon the early history of the Black Hills up to tne present time; Dr. F. William Ihne. president of the Technological school, of Chicago. who will writet' descriptively of the phonollte belt; James S. Lawson. with a quarter of a century of experience in copper mining, will treat upon the copper formations of the Black Hills; Samuel Cushman, who needs no Introduction to the Black Hills people as a mining writer; Frank McLaughlin, who will write upon the fre-mllllng and refractory ores of the Black Hlllls, showing the difference between the two; Curtis Alexander, for fifteen years head chemist at the great Kansas City smelter, upon the cyanlding of Black Hills ores; W. L. Faust, of Central City, upon the cement formations of the Central City district; C. W. Robblns, of Custer, who will write at length of the mines in CuBter county; -3-"H4H444H'4,ll't"tlltlltlli t H"t"fl 35E51JEIN3 AN GENERAL RE-2IMD0NE ON SHORT NOTICE. 'il Es f Carriage and Wujh FOR SALE Furniture and lease of beet paying lodgings in town. Apply to Pioneer-Timea. 1st Work; also Carriage Fur- lata 1 13 Rm Street, Deedwcod, ft. D. FOR SALE Three of the best ranches on Bear Butte valley, 160 acres each; over $1,000 Improvements on one; will be sold at a bargain. Inquire at the Ploeer-Times office. Liebmann, . .M4vlW$d libs.: v.. i Mrs. SPECIAL SALE DAYS! MONDAY Furniture, all Kinds. Begin the work right by sarins at ths "ARK." TUESDAY Curtains, Paints. Fix your bouse. Trunks sod Satchels, if you're going to travel. WEDNESDAY Stoves and Ranges. On these the best 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, Tuba, Boflert, FOR SALE One of the finest farms In the country; 200 acres; price $3,000; Cut Flowers and a number of other prominent mining $1,000 cash; balance one. two and three years, at 8 per cent. (tf.) D. A. McPHERSON. Painter, Paper Hanger, Kalsominer. Having secured a shop on Selvor street, opposite the poetofflce, formerly occupied by the Singer sewing machine office, I am T fotlcd Plants Jtoyi on Hand. piers lor Funerals and society 3ub promptly filled. men who have partly promised to assist In getting up interesting matter. There will also be a write-up of all of the mining districts in the Hills giving a history of the mines and their present development. Some of the newer companies will also be written up In a descriptive way which will be entertaining both to the Black Hills people and those residing outside. m i prepared to promptly execute all orders for FOR SALE Two 6-year-old blocky horses; weight about 2,500; Bound and kind. Will be sold cheap. C. E. McHugh, Deadwood. FOR SALE Household furniture for bedrooms, kitchen and dining rooms, complete and at a bargain. Call at 41 Lee Street. Keystone and Hill City districts and Cus J. P. HYMER. Wringers, Ironing Boards, Sad Irons. Buy these today; you'll have 'em ready for Monday. OOOS DELIVERED. DEMOUTH'S "ARK" 70 Sherman Street. ter county will receive especial attention, A-4flectiont md Adjustments. the desire of the publisher and editor of t house painting, paper hanging, calci ml fling, glazing and all work of that character. I shall employ only flrst-class workmen and will guarantee satisfaction. It will not be how cheap I can do work, but how good. Trial orders solicited. O. C. LACKOUS. I ' Rotary Public nnt bi Black Hills ft O. S fW Guaranty Co. All kind ol judicial bonds written Please gat my rata before i K lrt,n4 im your bond. V"" Ms Insurance poiletea. i W Block. Deadwood. 8. D. ...f..y..I.,,.y ,t.,yyf y tun HI 1 11 H 4 FOR SALE Bedroom, parlor and Dining room sets, cheap, as I am going away. Mrs. Warren Nelson, Blacktall Gulch, Central City. IT.n'JM.l:ft'iW.m.JiT:.-.l.-l the Review being to make this Special Edition cover the resources of the entire Black Hills. Arrangements have been made for selling the papers at the Omaha Exposition and on the trains leading Into Omaha. The price of the papers will be 36 cents per copy. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AND UTAH, Via i "Northwestern" Hue, F. E. 4 M. V. R. R., on June 26 to July 11, 18899, Inclusive. ' s-?miio. lJg; Black Hllli. 10J. FOR SALE Horse, harness and buggy, good family outfit, for cash, call at TRY MORMON BISHOP'S PILLS for all diseases arising from dlsaW patlon, self-abuse, excesses or cugarette smoking. In use over M T- Brags back your manhood, cures depleted, wornout men, makes rlom MnnA n .i iiui. nnrM sutinn and ill losses, makes you last- CO TO : IngJy strong, cures impotency, lost power, emissions, iu V,j bad dreams, anrunKsn organs, aespouuencjr. iiwi'im, TTT j .1 II -.),)- I 1 .A . Y. itMll nATTfflU tWltCtllnST Of tPS) XvW ......i,,t- uaVo- nr. -Arfti iivin. A twvin to vo una: or old. MORMON IJTyiK ,1X3 TTT T atn.nirtl.Avia nnri rMtnw. mall, weak OTKSHS. StODO Sjl tOSfMS BT FOR SALE The Pioneer Meat Market, at Terry, S. D. For further information enquire of C. W. Ronan, Prop. (Im.) FOR RENT. day or night Don't delay. Price within the reach of all. uuaranieea w auwi Price a box, $0 cento. 4 for $3.50 by mail. Bead for tree circular. Adrewl Pabst Headquarters For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drinks, Best in tne City. : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop to Denver, Colorado Springs Pueblo and Glenwood Springs, Col., and Odgen and Salt Lake, Utah, at one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. BISHOP REMEDY CO.. San Francisco, Cat. For sale ny n. m. laanaiiun MDOWp, &AOTXOAXs -chmaker, Jeweler fWfelerjMade to Order, i Enminerror tie F. E. & M. V. ""temandlirlllir otkm In work n4 Palace Pharmacy, eDadwood, S. D. NICELY furnished rooms at reasonable rates at Noble block, 721 Main street MRS. GARR. Gates' Rock and Ore Crusher 'street dhadwoqd, s. d. 'HHHttt FOR RENT Furnished rooms, by day. week or month. Inquire over Ladles' Basar. FOR RENT Six-room house, just newly papered and In fine order, at $18.00 per month. Apply to CUSHMAN, 401 William street, or at YOUNG'S office, Lee street (tf.) GREATEST ORE CRUSHER ON EARTH 14 at Homestake M Co . Fully Described in our No. 1, Catalogue. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS For Camera's' Films Dry Plates, Printing Fapers, Mounting cards and photo supplies send to Lincoln PHotonrapli Snpplj Co. v .1 . Lincoln, Neb. ha, 1 Hardwire -.ComoaBY. FOR RENT A six room house. Enquire at Ed Hart's Turkish Bath rooms. Sawi:'. Special Fine Crusher Our New Design will interest you. Gates' High Grade Rolls NO OTHERS EQUAL THEM- Gates' improYed fanners. They are tHa Standard, FOR RENT Throe furnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Enquire of Ole Lackous or at No. M Taylor avenue. OXAEA FOR RE-NT Furnished room, for either lady or gentleman. No. 6 Water St, back of Fish A Hunter's mill. Oates, Shoos ciulCL 3D . Adopted by the Homestake Mining Co O. C. JEWETT, ARCHITECT. Room 19 Syndicate Block, DBADWOOD, & D. HWM"Tniilli:i" liUlard, n4Dou8!ast,. A , LOST. Trcmain Steam Stamp Mill, The Prospector's FrirnO. Fourteen catalogues describe our Mining Machinery. iAt' ITEttR a aw LOST In Lead, near depot, on Juna 17, black pocket book, containing railroad ticket and other papers of value to owner only. Will finder please return to Tribune office. Lead, or Hotel Bullock, Deadwood. Reward. too hotel 4 I GATES IRON WORKS OTTO F. PURNEU Sole Agt For fhe Black Hills. Office Opposite Bullock Hotel SUBURBAN RESIDENCE FOR 8AL AT A BARGAIN. ; OaaA. aobscantlal S-room tram ELSTON AVE., CHICAGO. ILLS. f a m twaeti and planted t tsc- . " - LOST Lady's Gold Watch, between First ward and Charles' St Finder please leave at this office sad receive reward. -askel &; SOW. v j tafclea, adjolal&g the Fee oaroem; m cheap. FRANCIS W. BUSSKIX

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