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HiTKIlEYPIONEEKTIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1899. CUT FLOWERS OF ALL KINDS AT -HOES- -SHOES8HOE88B 3 S 2 ..LADIES BAZAR.. Zlpp ean fit any foot to perfection. Kodak supplies at Wilcox Pharmacy. For as elegant lunch, go to Frank Dark, as the Derby. Bee DR. COLLIER. OSTEOPATH PHYSICIAN, who treats successfully all acute diseases and most chronic diseases. Of flee il Lee street. W. L. Neil, D. D. S resident dentist, flfBce over Phillips' Pharmacy. J. H. Graham, D. D. S., dentil parlors 2 x a J? V MRS. MATHER'S, 418 WILLIAMS ST., OPPOSITE M. E. CHURCH, Quickly cure constipation and rebuild and invigorate the entire system never gripe or nauseate DeWltt's Little Early Risers. Kirk 0. Phillips. Dark room for camera and Kodaks at FlsheTs Bazaar, with complete equlpmen'. Open to every one who may desire to use it- ANHEUSER-BUSCH. ST. LOUIS AND PABST WILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. Dr. Bowman has returned Deadwood, to One Week More. v Our Shoe 'Wants id a 2 n ? o s X to co n 0 o X X vi ir. 1 ( w CO a u o o S X in co en ci U a o o X X Ul CO n U Ed o o X X ui 01 remain permanently and resume his practice, and will occupy his old office over Deetken's drug store. The Sacrifice Sale of Summer Goods will continue at the Bazar, during which any cash offer will be accepted. CHARLES SASSE'S old reliable MEAT J MARKET, at 686 Main street, is bow owned and managed by JOLITZ & Come LYNCH. Fish, game and poultry always in season. Order by telephone. Both Today. (tf) phones. Sec YOU at Bloom' over First National bank, Duadvood Crown and bridge work a specialty. Take your watch work and engraving t A. F. Snyder, the Jeweler. Satisfaction guaranteed. Have your eyes examined for glasses free of chargo by A. F. Snyder, the op ticlan, free of charge. F. M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years' experience. Rosenthal block. r IGHT HERE. Buy no piano until you -see the only regular dealer. C. E. Hawley, No. 639 by Bullock hotel. Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLaughlin, a daughter. IF YOU WANT GUARANTEED PURE APPLE VINEGAR OF THE HIGHEST TEST. CREAMERY BUTTER OF THE FINEST FLAVOR. AND THE LIGHTEST WHITEST FLOUR ON THE MARKET AT THE LOWEST PRICES, GO TO THE 8TANDARD CASH STORE, 4 SHERMAN ST. Irritating stings, bites, scratches, wounds and cuts soothed and healed by DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve, a sure and safe application for tortured flesb. Beware "I Buffered from piles for twenty-five years, and after all so-called cures had failed was permanently cured by one box s And let us show you a fine line of Ginghams at 5c, Organdies at ioc Piques at 16c, and Summer O O of DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve," says Ell 66i Main Street. Hlle. of Lumber City, Pa Be sure you IAI CO I get "DeWItt s. There are Injurious and U3 CO dishonest counterfeits. Kirk G. Phillips. I TT.f HEEE they are conducting a special Shoe 1 test! Sale commencing: July 17th. Tr,einH cing July 17th MIXED FRENCH MUSTARD, HOME Corsets at 25c. Come This w'huou in rh CO MADE TOMATO KETCHUP, SWEET id a o this sale are the Celebrated Flarsheim and Douglas AND SOUR PICKLES BY THE QUART o W -1 OR GALLON, NEW CROP JAPAN, ENG Shoes, in Up-to-date shapes, '"i USH BREAKFAST AND GUNPOWDER A. PORTO RICO, JAVA AND MOCHA Evening. COFFEES OF THE PUREST ESSENCE, CO J I I co to a w o o X x co u n o o S X m co AT STANDARD CASH STORE, 48 SHER MAN ST. And we will show you a dream of a Hat foi 50c an elegant Trimmed Hat for 90c. Shirt Waists, PRICE HAS NO PAKTIC I'I.AK object now on summer goods at the La dies' Hazaar. The goods must iie soil to Wrappers and Linens at your Prices as Quoted Below: $6.00 Shoes at $4.90 $5.00 Shoes at $3.85 $4.00 Shoes at $3.25 $3.50 Shoes at $2.75 1 $3.00 Shoes at $2.35 $2.50 Shoes at $2.10 1 $2.00 Shoes at $1.00 make room for fall g'Kxis. of counterfeits. Kirk G. Phillips. If you want a nice lunch at any time, stop in and see Cacy at the Lobby. Coffee and rolls for a light luach in the morning, 16 cents. Pure, clean blood and a healthy liver result from the use of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the "famous little pills." own prices. o o X X n CO CO u a 0 o X X co co 1 I CO CO w u O O They cure constipation, biliousness and' ..LADIES BAZAR.. MRS. LIEBMANN. Choice Cut Flowers and Potted Plants, always on band. Orders for funerals aril society emblems promptly filled. DR. A. Fr. NAULTEUS, PHYSICIAN. SURGEON AND GYNE COLOGIST. Over Goldberg's Store, Main Street. Dr. Oluthe's Celebrated Trusses on hand. cU U W o o X X co co A Fine Display of these Shoes will be on in our show window. Bick headache. KIRK G. PHILLIPS. Misses Dee and Minnie Connor ( Hot Springs, arrived in the city yesterday, and left in the afternoon for Spearfish, to take the canyon ride. They will return to Deadwood this forenoon, and will be the guests of Mrs. S. N. Houghton, and Miss Kdn:t Weyand. "DeWltt's Little Early Risers did me THE CITY. BLOOM! O O X X CO 'Jl I I CO CO a a C D WATER NOTICE. Consumers of water are requested not to waste water for sprinkling lawns or allowing the water to run all night. "A violation of this will cause tho water to be shut off from the enetire house. By order of PETER BLACKBURN, Supt. City Water Works. 661 JULalUL St, Mrs. Nott goes east next week to purchase fall goods, and before going will close out her entire stock of summer goods at any old price for rash, to make room for fall goods. Mrs. E. K. Turner left Sunday for Houston, Minnesota, to visit her mother, who has not been well of late. From Houston Mrs. Turner will prob more good than all blood medicines and other pills," writes Geo. H. Jacobs, of a. 'ii I I Thompson, Conn. Prompt, pleasant, never SHOES -SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES -SHOE! gripe, they cure constipation, arouse th torpid liver to action and give you clea blood, steady nerves, a clear brain and healthy appetite. ably go to Minneapolis and St. Paul for For elegant slippers go to Zipp's. BOY WANTED Apply Bee Hive. W. E. Lowe, Monday. The young men of the H.gii si.hc-oi Intend to give a dancing party tonight In the city hall. It will be a neglige nafly, and the Trio orchestra will f.:r-nish the music. i. S. McClintock. city bill poster. 721 Main treet. (tf.) Mtu Bendlxon's cast am era will find hei at Werthheimer's dressmaking department bareefter. Ml) Stamp sixe photograph! at Locke A Co's. gallery, two doitn tor tSc, (or a tew daya ealy. Payable at time of letting. Call at CHEESE! CHEESE! FINE OLD NEW YORK CREAM CHEESE, FOR WELCH RAREBIT OR MACARONI. THE BEST a short visit. ESTBY PIANO, both stylish and good, to be bad only at Hawley's, No. 639, by Bullock hotel. Dr. Clark, that truly good man who preaches for the First M. E. church IN TOWN FOR llttC PER POUND, ALSO 80ME MILD NEW CHEESE AT 16C. AT THE STANDARD CASH STORE, 48 SHERMAN 8T. people and keeps the Ploneer-Tlmes The Rev. W. B. Costley, of Stockbrldge, Ga., while attending to his pastoral duties at Ellenwood, that state, was attacked cholera morbus. He says: "iiy chance happened to get hold of a bottle of Cham J. M. Whealan of Lead and Mi?s Prances McSloy of Sturgis, will t-e married at Sturgis at high noon to-fey in the Catholic church. Misa Jul berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea W. E. LOWE Remedy, and I think It was th means of saving my Ufa It relieved ma at one.' ia Whealan of Lead, will act aa lady of kaaor, and Dr. J. W. Dickinson aa beat For sal by all Druggists. Qua Marshall, J. Hicks and John Hock were released from custody yes BB GOOD TO YOURSELF aad good terday, there being no evidence to connect them in any way with the re year, friend. Whan you treat a friend to whiskey, glT bim the beau HARPER cent hold-up at the Gill more hotel. Whisker ia the beveragt for your frtanda The ground on which their arrest was ad for you. Bold by Can Barry, Dead made was that two men resembling S, D. them were seen in the vicinity of the Glllmore hotel on the night of the people in line, will be with us another year, providence willin'. The board unanimously resolved to call him for another year, and iho bishop will make the appointment. Gold Medals to HARPER whiskey at New Orleans and Worlds Fair, Chicago Try It. You will endorse the Judge's ver dlot. Sold by Carr a- Berry, Dead wood, S Dak. Judge Joseph B. Moore left Sunday evening for Chicago, intending to be gone a week on business. He was accompanied a short distance by Mrs. Moore's sister, Mrs. Carothera, of Franklin, Tennessee, who had been visiting Mrs. Moore for some time. JOLITZ LYNCH, successors to Charles Basse. 86 Main street, dealers in fresh and salt MEATS, FISH and GAME ia season. Send your orders for prompt delivery. Both 'phones. J. W. McOinnis, formerly of the firm of McOinnis ft Parmalee, left yesterday for Spokane Falls, Washington, to remain. He intends to stop at Hill City to visit his parents for a few days. He and Mr. Parmalee have disposed of their second-hand store in this city, and the latter will also go to Spokane within a short time. "Our baby was sick tor a month with sever cough and catarrhal fever. Althoj TO CITT SUBSCRIBERS Please report lata or irregular delivery to the office, pay hold-up. They did not hare any trou M money to the carriers. ble to give bonds for their appearance yesterday, and at the order of the WHEN OTHER FAIL CONSULT state's attorney they were discharged They were not in Jail any of the time, but were allowed the liberty of the bigtibs sheriff's office until they had secured GOING AWAY! Retiring From Business Business arrangements elsewhere necessitates the Scllinr of the Entire Stock of the Great Department Store of the Bee Hive Deadwood. Consisin of about $100,000 worth of the Best Merchandise, made, in Dry Goods, Carpets, Millinery, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Cloaks, Wotloni, Etc. SALE BEGINS TO-DAY GOODS MDSI BE SOLD This is the greatest Bargain sale. You stjould come miles to attend. SEARLES & SEARLES bonds. About on month ago my child, which Is Main Office iV fifteen months old, had an attack of diar Lincoln. Neb. ' BKCIALISTS IN rhoea accompanied by vomiting. I gave It inch remedies as are usually given la each Narrows, CbroaU a4 m, but as nothing gaa relief, we sent rmiu aneeaMS. . for a physician and It waa tinder his ear 3 wciinucN" - X mj. am I 1 1 I 1 1 for a week. At this time tha child had t sick (Or about ten day and was bar - Ailprtvsttdiseandd1 ,1 1 orders of smb. Treatment ing about tenty-flv 6prUoat of the We tried many remedies sat ktpt getting 'fliirm Mypbllis ear tor Ufa. fL -r-'l All - worse until w used On Minute Cough IV J J '!' 1 cess eae Diseaaeaof Wr Cure, it relieved at once aad cured her In .j 1 :ff 'U bowels every twelve hours, aad w war convinced that unless It soon obtained relief It would not live. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aad Diarrhoea Remedy was ree- a few days." B. L. Nance, Prin. High Wltk 17 Electricity i Medici no. School, Buffalo, Texas. Kirk O. Phillips. Xaahlet at to gaarantee to ear all cases eatable A large audience listened to the ad cvmmeoded. and I decided to try IL I tooa noticed a change for the bet tar; by It continued aa a complete cure was dress of Mrs. Dr. Murphy Sunday even W F imlfC BEEHIVE' of toe bom, throat, eheet. stomach, lira, blood, ekta and kidney diseases. Lost Haahood, Night aaiuinna. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Gonorrhea, trwet. Pilee. HMo'a and Rectal Ulcers, Diabetes and Brieht'e Dirraw, V1OO.00 for a cam of ing at the First M. E. church. The aWl sUlaf UV L Deadwood. South Dak. address was replete "with facts ele SjATAKRtf. UUBUIIATI8M,DrSPKF8IA brought about audit la now perfectly healthy. C. L Boggs, atumpiowa, OLLmer Co., W. Vs. Fsr sal by all Drogglsta. gantly presented. Mrs. Murphy spoke arsiraiLitt we cannot care. Stricture & Gleets 'tsss&r. ejssnpe. UtteuTWuoo r.RKJC Twmwnt or mu from her own observation as a worker in the special line of the Woman Home Missionary society, and her earnest pleading convinced. the audience By of any one claimlnc ta rep-lenl na ia Dead wood or the Hills, as we aav no representative away from the - HE FOOLED THE SURGEONS. Alt doctors told Renlek p""n,- West Jsffsrsoo. 0 after BaSertng It months from octal nstmla. he woald die anises a eostly wporatloa was performed; bat he eared himself with Ive bexaa of Bucklaa's Andon Balv tha best sarv as of the value and utility of the work. A number of ladies responded to thee aTI for the organization of a local society which will be organised at special bouse or main office, ' ' Direct ail latUra to " Jrs. Searles & Searlcs . ,. O ST. UKOOLN, NEB. 7: meeting called for today at tuurch at the worM. K seats a wax. Bold, b X. p. m. LfLV .-..il & PttnUpa, druggist. saaasaseaasaeamasannawaj aaaJbwwwwWar WllV '