The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on July 26, 1899 · Page 4
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 4

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Wednesday, July 26, 1899
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THE DAILT PIONBEB-TIMES, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1899. : ' ' : I Proposals for Cast Iron Water Pipe. Sealed proposals will be received by the ,mHrmHl until 2 o. m. Saturday, July Assaying 503 Gold and Silver WHEN YOU RIDE YOUR WHEEL Alwafs shaka Into your shoes Allen's Foot Eut, a powder for the fet It keep your STYLE! 2a, ISity, for the prompt delivery F. O. B. Deadwood for the use of the City of Dead- wrii1 nf the follow nx described material feet cool, prevents sweating feet, and makes your endurance ten-fold greater. it 4:50 iiueal feet 10 Inch Cast Iron Water I'll'- ajO lineal feet 6 inch Cast Iron Water Over one million wheel people are using Thr Form and Make Are What Comi Allen's Foot-Ease. They all praise It. It Pipe. JOO0 lineal feet 4 Inch Cast Iron Water The Union Assay Office, N3. 37 LEE STREET, DEADWOOD, 8. D. 'Will Give Correct Resizlts of oJJolh 2'ves rest and comfort- smarting, hot swollen, aching, feet and Is a certain cure be desi;: Pipe. And such "specials" as may nati'ii in the specilh -al imi.-i. The riirht is reserved m im-n Look at our Clothing. The wide 8rj for ingrowing nails. At all druggists and li- ouuuiuoiD, in? uruau lapeis, the .an-l .. ffracefn, shoe stores, 25c. Sample PKEE tv mall A J dress, Allen S. Olmstead, La Hoy. N. T hang. - minii-h the abuve iiuaniiiii r or rejec t any nr all Proposals to be adil: -rs. l man of 'ho Headwind Wai , .re Firsl National Hank Gold and Silver for 5Cc. the i nan-Committr, I If . Ill a UO(l. MORRIS & HICKS. House Cleaners and Carpet Fitters. JjrougJit to lite OJJlc Will clean carpets on the floor with their On All Samples Established In 1889. They Have a Tone Tbat is all Our Own.- Tne Clothin? shown by us is esceciali. mile for US. We knnwnli ok....,""? M. H. Lyon& Co new process, restoring the original colors, or will take them up and clean tbe old way. Best references. Call at or telephone Pioneer-Times. Best Agents for the Blickenderfer $35 00 Typewriter the Machine Made. ;n " BUUUWU ana w in juu nuioo 11, hell- the hid.- will lie i e I d DK IiV()()I UWTICK I'o.MUJTTKE. I. A. M. l'l!i:i;.-'(N. Chairman. -'' Aetna Powder Co, Dynamite and Black Powder, Fuse and Caps, Electric Batteries, Battery Supplies, W. E. ADAMS COMPANY. r i i .NIIIIIIlllllllinillMIIIlll'llllll"l"lll""l,llll"","k IllMllllllHMlatlMHI BMtlia MINES AND MINING ! MRS. LIEBMANN. Choice Out Flowers and Potted Plants, always on hand. Orders for funerals an 1 society emblems promptly filled. CAUTION. Deadwood, July 20th, 1899. To whom it may concern: All persons Handsoue line of new patterns ia laundered, cotoiecTand white sairts Wn son Bros Uest ate not too g30d tor oar" CUSTOMEJRs, W i si -w I MIDSUMMER ATTRACTIONS. It's 047 Main Street Some good ore has been discovered on the Keystone fraction, in the vicinity of are hereby notified not to purchase Tf Paulina McLaughlin certificates Nos. 53, With the thermometer up above&elghty, the sweet peas beginning to bloom, native 35, 36, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47. 48. 49. 51 and )arden City, and belonging to Norman T JUaaoo of this city and Sol Burns. 2, In the Yankee Boy Gold Mining com strawberries Just coming into market, and summer gowns and hammocks much In evidence, the dry goods merchant looks pany. Said certificates stand In her name I BY . riDWNER I. D. DaVld Lloyd, who has been the mine on the books of the company, but I am the foreman at Aladdin, on Hay creek, has re real owner of the same. anxiously over the piles of organdies, dimities and swlss muslins, that load his Ugntl his position there, and passed thru (he city Saturday evening, on his way to JOHN K. iuoLAUGHLIN Where you get the best assortment in Boy's Clotnins. Extra Kaee Pants, shirts and Waiets for the little fttllows. OUR Tie3 are the talk ol the town OUR Hats the Nobbiest and OUR Prices the lowest. shelves, and figures how to get rid of them and make room for the thick heavy stuffs BISMARCK'S IRON NERVE Was the result of his splendid health that will be in demand when the snow flies. Then the summer girl whose gowns were not all made In lent, profits by the Indomitable will and tremendous energy l'ractiee Limited to the Medical and Surgical Treatment of the Eye and Ear. Glasses Kilted Hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Office in Olympic Building. Deadwood, South Dakota. WOOD (Ml ALT TU LET We want to contract with responsible are not found where Stomach, Liver. Kid merchant's necessity. Jowa, where be will accept a similar position In one of the coal mines. Julius Rebsamen went to Hill City yes-"lePQay to make arrangements for shipping sMsne graphite from certain properties near there. He went down as the representative Dr. W. P. lime, who was negotiating sr some of that article when he was here smdm months ago. J. O. Mattes, superintendent of the Bis neys and Bowels are oat of order. If you want these qualities and the nuccess they Mrs. Nott, of the Ladles' Bazaar, has al The Pioneers of 1876. bring, ass Dr. King's New Ufa Pills ready begun to slaughter prices and because the Black Hills ummers are late I They develop every powder of brain end and the falls long and warm. It is worth body. Only tto at Kirk O. Phillips. party to furnish us (cutting and hauling ZOELLNER BROS. Ct every woman's while to go and look over these summer goods which will be sold at from lands alloted us by government) marck mine and mill at Keystone, left for NOTICE OF SALE FIVE THOUSAND CORDS WOOD. I will sell at public auction at the Cliff HOLY TERROR MINING CO. (hat camp yesterday afternoon. He says Ills mill Is running under a full complement art present, and Is handling 200 tons of ore greatly reduced prices to make room for the fall and winter stock which Mrs. Nott will go to New York to buy the first of BBBSBBaaflaVssBBBSBBBaBSBaW House on the Dead wood-Speai fish road, at Keystone, .... South Dakota. September. In addition to a fine line of I TOMBTONriS. IRON FEN summer dress goods, Mrs. Nott otters great s day. Between 80vand 100 men are at work, and the pay roll of the camp has wen materially increased. The company will ship the concentrates away for treat- 2 o'clock, Saturday, August 5th, ISM, one harness and buggy, belonging to Albert . Dale, to pay the keep of said harness and buggy and lap robe, from March, 1899, to date of sale, unless sooner paid. THE' BRITISH AMERCE COLO bargains in lingerie, all kinds of up-to-date neckwear, parasols, faus, summer nL AND C PP R MiHNG CO. corsets ranging In price from 35c to 5c, and every other thing necessary to the Tt, a Johnson at Bin City, ft. D., Is ax- j MRS. CHAS. TRAVER. Deadwood, S. D., July 16. 1899. MONUMENTS Foreign and American MauDi.k and Grani summer girl and her winsirs asnt suit keadquartsrs for the rick happiness of the mother. vertical free milling gold mines and cop-fer properties of the Southern Hills. Ssv-aral praspsota as promising as the Holy Assay omoo. LEI U, HOT!-, Manaffr nd Asaajsr. Ni. 51 Broslwsy, I mdwnid, 8. D. 1st Nn'l Bok Will do a certain amount of custom worp. BpaclaltlM: A-su7 of G"put- ora'by tlctro-ooy prooess. Wet am-1 dry anting - Proposals for Digging Trenches, Laying Water Mains and Covering the Same. Sealed proposals will be received by the was are tor sal on reasonable Telephone or writ tor particulars. DEC at H. ColmaVs ESDI Eauit. I. H. CAI.F. Ai nw.tnivnnn a t ' 1 (tt) undersigned until 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday, July 20, 1899. for digging trenches. HIS LIFE WAS SAVED. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent cltlien of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: "I was taken with typhoid fever, that ran Into pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even' sit up in bed. Nothing a a. Toompson, the mlninf man from delivering pipe from cars, and laying water mains and covering the same along the Cri0j reek, is having considerable sue following streets, the approximate dis IT? i In his operations in the phonollte belt, tances indicated as follows: ' Af SIN DOWN YOU WILL FIND COMFORT IN A this city, and it Is stated that he has Along Main street from the City Hall FIRST NATIONAL BAM to Fish. A Hunter's about 2000 feet. 10 line looking sylv&nlte ore opened up Inch' pipe. Along Pine street from Main street to sr inspection. ? Mr. Thompson la recognised as e of the best Mining men that helped me. 1 expected to soon dis of consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New : Discovery. T One bottle cave great relief. I continued to use It, and now SttMsaan street, about 660 feet, 10 Inch pipe; to be laid under Deadwood and Whltewood creeks. ' ee.ja the Black Hill from Colora- DEADWOOD. SOUTH DAKOTA. United States Depository. CASH PAID IN SfOO.000 - SURPLUS 8160.00 Along Sherman street, from Lee street , od In addition to being a mining man, i Is also an assay er, and makes all his to Cemetery street about 1500 feet, 10 am well and strong. I can't any too much la Its praise." This marvelous medicine inch pipe. Along Burnham avenue, from Main eaays at hU office in Central City. the surest and quickest cure In the street about 600 feet, 6 Inch pipe. DIRECTORS: From the hydrant on upper Main street world for all throat, and lung troubles. to Whoalen's, about 1000 feet, 6 Inch. J. O&O0R.P. BL SPARKS, P. A. OOTBTRSj 0. J. SALISBURY, T. Along South Williams street from its Regular sixes, 10 canto and Sl-00. Trial bottles free at K. O. Phillips' drug! store. Every bottle guaranteed. D. A. McPHERttON. junction with Main street about BOO feet, urn Inch pipe. Alona) Williams street northerly from OFFICERS: Shine street, about 1600 feet C Inch pipe. Proposals to stats the price per lineal President.... 0. J. RAUSBU11Y Brutus A. MePKEBSK ..3. t VBSUl Cashier V. Asatet aabder. " o vls-niBrdr&;num hava rssultsd from alross cife 'tttbie'l tatonded to tap the r sin Cssui by all other plaas oomfeineo. UnUl as mine's development Is sufficient to show tm a certainty that a tuAeient SYe body as In sight to Justify the cost of driving s tnnnel It is a most unsafe proposition. The heat rule for beginners Is the oft. repeated one. "follow the ore." , A prospect-be tunnel Is a delusion and a snare. Min-tnC Reporter, A Year at College Free , The - Pioneer-Times will give a Vloe-preetdaBt T. J. ORUHl foot for all the work complete and to include the making of all necessary connections with other pipes, the setting of gates, valves and hydrants, and making connections with the same. Depth to be 9 ft. la. frem grade to the top of pipe. 104 CIGAR 10$ free scholarship at the Lexington Fa-male College, Lexington, Mo., to be veted The right is reserved to accept or re the most popular girl la the Black ADAYIS'SONS 5 CO. MAKERS ject any or all bids, or to divide the awards, or toerease or diminish tho dis Joseph R. Lehme tances along toe above streets, in which Hills. Arrangements have been mads with the president of the college to furnish ta the winner of the Pioneer-Tim ea scholarship, for one year: mains are proposed to be laid. JOHN G WOODWARD 8c COJ Bids to be addressed to the Chairman or of the Water Committee, care First National Bank, Deadwood. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTERS I - COUNCIL BLVFFS.IOWAr6; 1212 Farnam St, Omahaa Neb.. Board, room, fuel, lights and servants THE HOMBSTAKE EXPANSION The plan formulated some time ago by he director of the Homestake company to DEADWOOD. WATER COMMITTEE, attention. D. A. McPHERSON. Chairman. sKhaorfc.the stock of the Highland Mining oanpany, the Black Hills ft Fort Pierre Tuition ta Literary Department, Lessons on Piano, Lessons la Voice Cullture and Singing. Lessons on Violin, Mandolin. Guitar, v Milling s General SuppI Sallwa? company,- and the Black Hills Canal 6 Water company, has been carried mi Lessons la Elocution, Delsarte, and Phy sat, that agreement having been reached sical Cultur. THE LINK THAT BINDS. at the monthly meeting in New York last anon bo. The stock of the associate eom-(panles was purchased by Increasing the Lessons la Painting, Drawing, PasteL Lessons la German and Franco,-. PA riTTTViO Rainhow and full line manufactured by tbe Fl Lessons in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Mr VAsske,s M ar - . Rubber Manufacturing Co. capital stork of the Homestake ftom (12.- J Typewriting. 000,000 to Ul.000,000. BELTING Rubber and Leather Belt, Dressing Practice oa the Piano two hours par daw The affairs of the three companies have sheen under one management for years yast. throughout the rear. . T-TOS'R-Riibrie'r. Steam anrl Water. Jacasoa, Tuns. , Hov. ta. I was aabjeet to ausearrlage tot three years, and suffered constantly with backache. I wrote to yoa for advice, and after asiag three bottles of Wine of Cardol, sooordingtoyosur directions, I am strong and wail, and th Bother of a Sao girl baby. Mrs.'!. H. JOWW. The scholarship will Include a railroad BfiTl "CTJ a wr nrnv lATrirTiTVn ManvilleSi" send thera has alwaya been a desire on the aart of nhs men who are the principal ticket from Deadwood to Kansas City, PS A coupon clipped from the Plow ? A.Vw.atn. cul uTi nr. Hair Felt, Mineral1 stockholders In all three to amalgamate, trot thera were email Individual ahar- i eawwuvvkJa WIAaff TV W WUAas a, WASTRWk!u .15"r.,tAJ PnHnn JoMora taach of the three companies who mt.ndlt anything In the othsr two, an PnPTCRrUWin StApl anri Irnn Wire. Maiulan Times will count one vote. - f v Subscriptions paid la advance will count I month. l M rotes. I months, 520O rotes. ' 1 year, 1 10 $00 rotas. ( Weekly 1 year, $2.00 100 votes. H tela be prevented the consummation of i.Q POWDER "LaiKn & Ranas- Black Blasting, th plan. Moat of the smaller aharehold- V. are have cow been bought out,. In ardor (1 Caps, Etc? f Delinquent subscriptions collected by ithsvt the eoosolldatoo night be effected.) the contestants will count the same as ad vTor the purchase of the Highland Mining NAILS'; fPearsons Cement coated. BO OFING ' Tlkr-Tayira '.-.Old Style and other company's stock there waa issued IT.SOO vance subscriptions. Contestants will be furnished blank subscription receipts aid There ao use talking bby in the house Is the fink that bind husband and wife together. Nothing Is sadder than fruitless wedlock. . The prafthnf and cooing of the little ones offset a thousand times tbe occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife Is barren, there is derangement somewhere in the genital organs, caused by one or more of those cornmon disorders known as " female troubles". Wine of Cardui b the remedy. " It puts the organs of generation in a strong and healthy condition, fitting the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind, During the period of gestation the entire system of the expectant mother Is built up to withstand the ordeal of bbor, and when the tattle one brands, authorized ta receive and : receipt for shaves of stock; for the purohaaa of the jstock of the Black Hills Canal Water vompacy a Ilka amount, and for the pur- moneys. Ail of Above in Stock at Omaha. The contest will begin July 20 and and chase of the stock of the Black Hills fhv Ulltr AIVISNT IIiTtlT. t August 15. "':.: -.. .. School opens September 10. . O ' ' PLANTS FOR SALE makes its advent it is lusty and strong, weD-fitted to grow to maturity in perfect health. The mother, too, passes through the .Fort Pierre Railway company 10,000 shares vof stock, fhere will not bo any changes :.rn the management of the associated prop-rt!e, and T. J. Crier will remain as the Viwsutwisaa tea Mm - - . I RAILS Steel of every description. BOILERS Engines Automatic Stokers. UINUIQ-And 8hop;tools, bolts, Corrugated Iron, Etc. ?,I?r07i'd,!.r'MI' ft""" armptoma. W A trial with little pain and no dread. Wine of Cardui Is truly a wonder- isniperlntendent. Having decided to quit the Hot House business, I will sell about 1000 plants of nil medicine tor women. For shipments direct from &ctoTKj fjoiu r, c u. Prices Large Bottles for SI-CO at Dniz&ists. Tbe Homestake and Highland companies rhave pall dividends between them aggre-; siting fll,4S0,$6S, of which the Homestake an rati el ties for what they win bring. , A. DANIELS, Deadwood Greenhouses VAXz fair1 (zdomnr V rM raid IT.556,250 and Highland $3,924 13. and Inquiries Solicited, v S

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