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March 31, 1900

The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 8

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S. D SATURDAY, WARCH 21. 3300. T'cH DAILY 1'IONEEKTIMES, l)EADtVCKD 0OOO00OOO000QCOOOOOOOn trvw S 8 For elegant slippers go to Zipp's. "'Fortune favors the brave.'' It is also favorable to those who- purify their blood in the spring by takinK America's Greatest Spring Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla. A clear head and a health body are pi veil by its Use. , Constipation is cured by Moods f'iiis. :t,c. . Sewing of all kinds done at reason -able prices. Underwear, "shirt waist.--, wrappers and dresses for sale. Mis. Anna A. Luehrs, I'Ai Main street. vCoffee and rolls, oysters any style, at the Olympic bakery, opposite the Bprlington depot;-on Sherman street. ."SAY?" how can I seci'tre a 2-carat commercial white, clear, and per'ect diamond for half its retail value? Ans. Ity purchasing an American Diamond contract of James. . Hurley, general agent for South Dakota. Agents wanted. P. O. iiox M.", Dead-wood, S. 1). Do you want a good milch cow? Kx-amin those .shipped from lowa by Calumet Baking iSE (z) Powder ZOELLNER BROS. CO. Men's and Boy's Outfitters, Scott Cotlen, home of ('. A. tcott, North Spearflsh. ESTEY iilano for my familv. Haw-ley is the only regiuar deal-a'r at No. 639, by Bullock Hotel. My specialty is carpej ar.d linoleum Haines Leave nnlrjs ;K II 647 MAIN STREET ining. ('. I", of thtvfoiiKrei;a ; he V. I' dil-time so W'd'nes(Ia tional rhuivh will gi e an i rial at 1 he i ll ureli p-irlofs Chase says ten pel- cent profit will pay him for handling goods w hen he is doing a good business. 'it If the avciage man would lookihim-self s((uarei in the eye, h-; would see at once that he needs Roeriy Mountain Tea. A priceless "boon to men. 'I'm. Ask your druggist. Mis. Alford has exclusive agemy for Stevens 4c Co.'s "made to order dresses. Full line of beautiful plat-s and samples in tailor-made gowns, silk waists, golf skirts and capes. Call and inspect our samples before buying elsewheie. Fit guarnteed. Room . . over Deetken's drug store. t'. wiling. April 4tii. Don't forge: Black Hills Distributing: Agents for k v: World Renowned ACTS GENTLY ON TblE Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses the ystem rism EFFECTUALLY laying and polishing stoves. Tui is my business, and 1 claim Unit ! cat give satisfaction. .'. A. cott, No. 432, S. Williams street. Ilright eyes are an infallible index to youth, nice windows from which Cupid shoots his arrows, ""flacky Mount ain te:i makes bright eyes. Ask your druggist- Call telephone 97 for uniformed mes dale. 1'rogram will appear later. All dressed up. Well, who woirldn I dj:ess up when they can buy goods ot all kinds at Chase's, where they sell cheap. ' ' 1 it men from a fide on the dol-;pecia'ty. 1'. A. Fin gaiMH nt J fttr nig Chicago tailor ; lar. Large sizes a S KNOX HATS OVERCOMES W. L. Neil. D. D. S.. resident dtn-tiet, has moved his office to Room Vi. Syndicate block. You will be pleareJ if yen ourchise o-e : nt thriKP plei!UI!t D1U.10B o( M s. John Cl-i!) senger. Prompt service. D. D. T. to. Dr. Collier, the osteopath, has moved his office and hereafter may be found at the parlors of the Gilmore house, corner of City Creek and WW llama B DKWElt. . Kev. W. K. Sitzcr, W. Caion. V V.. writes: "I had dyspepsia over twenty year's, anil tried ootors aiid medii ines without benefit. I was persuaded to use Koilol lysp(i'sia Cure, and it helped me frn the slai'L I believe it to be a panacea1 for all forms of indigestion." It digests what you eat. Kirk G. Phillips. LADIKS To protect your face from Corrui and huy ct 1 Ictt rt ch hasr I ci7-c'l () of the 7u'(jivsl awqrds cd the Chicago 'Worlds Fair, Spring Styles Are Now Here For Sale at .uarcn winds, get one ot those w.isii eils. or pretty chiffon veils, all eo,ors. to be found at A C K K i t M A X N S, ( 73 Main St. Nil hobis Richards, an Englishman, tiKik out his dual citizenship papers. John Mullen of llillCity was sent 'ner, Ppeajflnji, S. It-Is it not reasonable that the one who handles. the mot. Roods at the least expense can sell for the smallest profit. Then go ,to Chaise's, where they sell cheap. H. Richardson, a first class' piano tuner, has located' 'here. Leave orders at" Fishers Bazaar. Good references; from reliable piano houses. Mrs. W. H. Whealen reads "That Fire at Nolan's." at the musical at the M. K. church tonight. Scott apd Colten have just received three cars of lowa cows anT beifers", which are for safe at Charles A. Scott's home, North Spearfish. Mr3. Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, Ills., writes: "I uevei fail to relieve my chil ;h4B,TUAlCST,PAT'0N iiumu PERMANENTLY BWy THE itNVINt-MAN'f o By (AUIvPNIAlTCfSYRVP(S rat iwniu omi to unu to nteonu. THECITY. For elegant slippers go to Zipp's. See the Ark's ad. and profit by tt. No. 70 Sherman street, Deadwood. Stearns Co. have a supply of Diamond coal and cau fill orders promptl. F. D. Smith bandies nothing but the best grade smithing coal. , .We are prepared to furnish halters, springers and fresh milch cows, at reasonable prices. Stock cattle also a specialty. Can be .seen at the home of Charles A. Scott; North Spearflsh. 8. D. Scott & Codten. street. J. H. Graham, D. D. S., dental parlors over First National bank, Dead-wood. Crown and bridge work a specialty. : ANHAUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS AND PABST MILWAUKEE BEER IS MADE OF MALT AND HOPS ONLY. HENCE CALL FOR IT. Twenty-four stamp size photos for 25c, at Lock & Co. for a short time only. Shoes right from the factory, being shipped to Chase's stores daily. 6t F M. Gantz, D. D. S. Modern Den-tistry of all kinds. Gas administered. Eighteen years of experience. Rosenthal Block? To secure the original Witch Hazel Salve, ask for DeWitt's Witch hazel Salve, well known as a certain'curo for piles .and skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. Ther are dangerous. Kirk O. Phillips. Zoellne r Bros. Q to the lounty o, hospital yesterday. su- it it a I . It Si i1 2 srt 1 7wer Clofnien, dren from-croup at once by using One Min ute Cough Cur". I would not feel qafe without it' (Juickly cures coughs, (olds. grippe and all throat and lung diseases." feting with typhoid fever. -Miss Julia 1 hillips. a graduate of the Cale.sburg Kindergarten Normal is coming to Deadwood sexm to stablisli a permanent kindergarten. She will probably b" accompanied by Miss Strong, who way here last year, a guest of Mrs. Maude Kaggaley Stilwell. To set at rest some incipient gossip announcement is made that Hoy . Sharie of the I'ioneer-Tim-s is in lowa visiting his sister and her family. On his return he will probably arrange to go to Cape Nome. If he does it w ill he a private enterprise, .backed by a few Deadwood gentlemen, and in which the public has no' interest. If it le a winner, the men vfho back it will share in the profits and if not they will v. Kirk G. Phillips. AAAftikAAikAAikAikAAAAAikAAAAlit Wnll Dnnnul Ilnll Dnnnnl The great strike at the Diamondville coal mines is settled, which will be good news for the, many users of Diamond coal Stearns Co. have a supply and can fill all orders. Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Mileiburg, Pa., says: "As a speedy cure for coughs, colds, croup and sore throat, One Minute Miicn vv an ff 1 WERTHHEIMER & BRO, Arc Everlastingly Giving (he Most for hz Money Our aim is to give .our customers reliable and de-sireable merchandise. The Largest Stock Ever Shipped to the Black Hills i pocket their losses without whining. Art ihou one of Uje many that has diained the Golden Nectar that mak-eth thy heart full of strength and g'ad-nefs? If not, take Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. In circuit court yesterday, the case of the State against Waiter Meyers, in r for irns I (luarantee Chicag-0 Prices. Stock all fresh and of new De 1(00. Handsome and Artistic. Paper carried in store. You have to wait to send east for satin need not k' hooks, Our descriptions are not overdrawn, we simply state facts, and customers will not be disappointed. Cough Cure is unequaled. It is pleasant for children to take. I heartily recommend it to mothers." It is the only harmless remedy that oroducej immediate results. It cures bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and throat and lung troubles. It will prevent consumption. Kirk G. Phillips. The verdict of the jury in the Caddy case gives general satisfaction. While it is not the province to say what a court or Jury should or should not do. before a case is tried, one cannot help expressing a hop that the indicted perjurers will share the same ftte. LessonB in embroidery ,nu nne needle work olaH-Iilods at Mrs. Mooney's, 41 Lee street. A complete line is carried of lace materials, cor for pillows, embroidery silks, photo frames, etc. E3TEY FIANO, both stylish and orsd to he han: only at Hawlpyfa, No. 639, by Bullock Hotel. i 4 sale this week the most elegant dicted for larceny, was tried to a jury and a verdict rendered of not guilty. The case of the State against Charles Deutsch is on trial. Upon motion of Judge Bennett, attorney for plairftiff in thft case of Strie-gel vs. Harding, in which the decision of the lower court was reversed, by the supreme court and remittitur fillrfwith the clerk of the court, the decision of the supreme court was made the judgment of this court and the case placed for trial at this term of court. The de- and run risk of not getting what vu order. Come in and look at our patterns. It is a pleasure to show gr.oods whether vm buy or not,' Rememder our store ts h'ad(uartei fr Paints, Oils and Wind OW ( f l.'fss. We will place on assortment of i KIRK G. PHILLIPS DRESS GOODS J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST tendant was given ten days to serve and file his answer. The Ottumwa Courier of March Jb eontains the following notice concern- 4 Corner Main and Lee Street. Deadwood, S. D. Mr Melick will give twenty-five The Up-to-date stuff in ing B. G. Williams, at one time fore scalp treatments, furnishing all tonic required and giving the treatment ev been attending the Normal and Green Cut Bone. Sidiool, returned to Custer. 1 Your Toultry, ery second day, for five dollars. Heads examined free of charge. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. W. W. Melick, 659 Main street, over Deetken's drug store. When i th" n umber ol fW- Will douhlr til John S. George president of Holy Terror, and George E. Ym ininistrator.of the estate of the Silk, Wool, and Fine Cotton Ladies Tailor Made Suits, latest out man in the Times office in this city: "Burr G Williams of 511 West Fifth street, toda,y received official notification of his appointment tothe position of compositor in the government jt int ing office at Washington, D. 0.. and will leave for the capital city Wednesday. The position is a goo 1 one, ;,e salary being J4 per diem. Mr. William has been employed as a linotype op6H-or in (his city for a numbe.- of yeais' and is president of the local Mrs. Melick hairdresser has put in Will stop ci;i; caline, Will stop fcatli'T Iiv king. M -: , I ,...t .,,o nulll the "Mahler Electrical" apparatus apn .eei more ir-i Is now prepared to give the electric the make niaki Will 1 Will h.-ltch f'fI John Fayel, are in the city. Miss Ruby Hine, music teacher at the Spearflsh Normal school, passed thru the city on her way to Custer where she will spend her vacation visiting in the family of H. G. Hamaker. facial massage, also to remove superfluous hair by the process of electro A lysis. Hair so removed can never re uaer arrived in the city from1 turn. Operation , painless, scars are impossible, , Method is endorsed by tha U. S. health reports. Satisfaction- chicks Will' inviK1rate the whole o WiU make little chicks gro Will make little chicks gro . Will mature hnMlcrs rhr. Will retlucMh-gramb. ! It is better than medtom. eiiaranteed. ' 659V4 Main street, over Deetken's drug store. than grain. ; u,. lwWi Typographical union No. 73." YESTERDAY'S PERSONALS. - Henry Leppla went to Spearflsh. Hon. E. W. Martin, accompanied by his three boys, left for his "ranch uear Hot Springs. " Mr. Wheeler of the Bulfock left for the sand hills of Nebraska to shoot ducks. rents ami a im Only two at. faul,-where he is making his home and has his children all in school. He will remain some time looking after his numerous interests here. At the Bullock: E. H. Abend. Chicago; Sol Bergeron Omaha; Mrs. Chas. Shannon, Sturgis; Clark Anderson. Sturgis; F. A. Clark, Lincoln"; Jo-" seph B. Moore, city; Ed Towns, Sioux City; L. C. Center,- Sturgis; L. C. Manufactured ,nd lor sale v ZOECKLER B uVv7' Siir Waists The handsomes ever shown in the county. t .' alking Skirts We invite the inspection of these Goods. M. J. Werthkimer & Bro. CUT THIS COUPON OUT! And take It to CARVILE, corner Lee c'rT FLOWERS- Uii Violets. uunn, Council Bluffs; ,H. G. Hamaker, the Valley an,. . In season for iie ' and Shertnan streets, Deadwood, with your photograph, and have it eularged and save 60 cents on .. each portrait. This offer is good till April 1st. Frank A. Waters and spencer Penrose, of the Ironsides, left for Cfipplo Creek. J. D. Hardin came in from his ranch on the Redwater, and returned in the afternoon. V Miihcr. at by Mrs cial H muster; Harry T. Jenkins, Chicago; H. H. Penniman, Minneapolis R M. Buchanan. Omaha; George E. Yost, Theresa, N. Y.; John Munger. Spearfish; John S. George. Milwaukee; J. 1. Noonan, Salt Lake. '. ' . treet, teleP6' mail or cy, Sherman s and orders by promptly uTL - IJaTe Ferguson returned trtm Seattle, where,; he went not long ago with W. H. Carter. . y ; , : K,JJ. Hamaker came la from Sbi-. PHYSICIAN. WBOttW A0 3 Get four Slicridan Coal of Paul Rewman GEORGE M. BUTLER, ha th most complete line or Jewelry ,n Black Hills mad his prtce. are right. Call and. aee him. 651 Main treet, Deadwood." fish, accomnanlwl hrM. i - wu, uq nas

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