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THE DilLS WOfirEEJWl ' Borti To Mr. and Mrs. Fretf Lamia of the First ward, yesterday morning a boy. i Saturday. September 22, is the date of the next special sale at Chase's. See ad on page 4. Try a Two "Orphan cigar. "If Short Order at the Club. Min-ne-kab-ta water for the stomach Try It. The king of C cent cigars Is the Tw We Pledge Ourrelves in Favor of Orphans. Try one. tf F. M. Gantx, D. D. S. Modern Dentistry of aL kinds. Gas administered. Rosen- Eighteen years o" experience, thai Blcck. THE CITY, Smoke the Two Orphan cigar, tf New Hamberger Sauer Kraut at GOLDBERG'S. Mrs. A. B. Carney gave a 5 o'clock tea to a few lady friends at her home on Washington avenue last evening. Fouc wood choppers from Iron creek camp left over the Elk horn route for their old home at Duluth. A woman's never too old to lie handsome, never too old to lie young again, if s-he takes Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c. Ask jour driigt'it. Mr. Hanford. the Moni' mason, who A lo-cent smoke for a nickle is the Two Orphan figar. tf FARGO has just received a com - of, Cut miers from oven h,! lisstiilcnients HORNHKRC.KR'S CREAM OK tf WHEAT FLUTR IS WlTHOl'T A plete line of the Regent shoes. THE FOUR-BUTTON , , . , i I'EKK TRY IT. STANDARD CASH h your dealer does not keep tha 1 (; jjo, -(.-(y S1IKR.MA.V STRKET. wrni Dotfur- SACK SUIT M.-n Two Orphan, him to get them of for EvcivotH' witli id,-vvLi does most for h i l-ATTTT TLU 1 Shaw t Finely 5rlecll"Xssorf mcnt' Protection Free Trade Proiiibition Reductio7 li. Stewart & Co. tf All tho fruit. s and vegetables of the season at the Jo vest prices, Standard of iufei ior iii;iliiics, inllal. ,1 V; a iid oppressive liijji -j, ... Your heat friend can give you uo belt' r advice than this: "For impure blood, humors, scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, weak nerves, tired feeling, rheumatism, malria. catarrh, take Hood's Sarsaparill.'i and be cured." Constipation is cured by H-mmI's Pills, cents. YESTERDAY' "PERSONAL. of tlic- lY'ojil Illlbe.i!- "s I.uideii ain -tax im(its. Cash Grocery. Carnations. Winter bloomers, very tin'. for sab at the Deadwood Greenhouse. A. Daniels. To prevent ( onsumpticn qui' kly, ure throat ami lung troubles with One Minute Cough Cure. Kirk G. Phil has been residing on City Creek, moved his family to Lead yesterday. Where he has been employed for some time. Mrs. R. K. Aehen'niich. a former resident of Dead wood who now lives at Leo, Wyomin?, arrived in town la'st evening, accompanied by her m.-JW Miss Clara Johnson, for a few dajn visit. A hot ball game was played yesterday between the Keystone) nino and the Rockervillo team. It resulted in a score of i'J to II, in favor of ! n t tie- nay Buy is Ion Vote Intellig entlr I r Sinit h of Stu rg is with ii ad wim. I friend Mr.-. .1. T. ,;,!), Hi. I da-- ! nt .1. :n I. lels i s 1 1 . 1 1 l' : p i Dr. 1). I", i ii i y I he n tie H.i, ; u! ( )ii,aha ! -,-f of friends. II the Stllie;.. ii.l lips The longer you binoke them the better you lik.3 them. We mean the Two Orphan cigars. tf N-lly if Mi"ll follow tiie dire- uon faithfullj. 1 will wager my sweetest smile you'll gain l'J pounds by taking 3 packages of Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. F. D. Smith can save you money on lumber. All he asks Is a chine e ! tf fi T,'re with ; cu. 1 I'll, I Itoimiw w .1.' nu l l h.iM H li. Talbn il III tow II. lid Wife ill Stiirgl- aie in tiie city meeting oM friends. Mike (iiK'ilin. after spending the day hcie letiuin-d to his home in Liirgis. C. C. Folk, the Sturgis ;tttorne. Men and Boys Clothing Hats, Cais Shirts anfl Unrjerwear Gloves, Socks Stockings, FOR THE BIG AND LITTLE FOLKS AS CANIIIIIATKS f,.r v.. IH- J.;1I-..;;;,- ,,- iip, 1' .ifcs y If If Irrm 'at. 7-rr-M. i A fellow named fiobeits, who has been in jail since last spring awaiting trial, was taken before Judge Moore yesterday, and after giving his personal recognizance to appear at court when wanted, he was granted his liberty. The various mining companies operating at Butte, Mont., pay their men off at different dates, by mutual was. in town attending to soul legal Go to Vienna Bakery and Cafe for Ice cream. Served evor day. C75 Main street. tf SPIDER-LEG UNCOLORED JA PAN TEA, WITHOUT ANY WAR TAX ON IT AT STANDARD CASH GROCERY 48 SHERMAN STREET. Another special sale at Chases' Saturday read about it on page 4 of this issue. business. .M. H. Carpenter left for Cordon to visit with his fauier at the raneh for a few days. Father Kedinond of Lead was in town on his way to Sturgis. He expects to return today. Miss Theresa Ceis is home from a pleasant visit at Colorado Springs, Manitou and Denver. Henry Leppla. tue tie contractor, left on tho U. & M. for Elmore after spending a clay in the city. Mrs. Keece and her sister expect to leave for Sioux tails tomorrow to be absent about three months. agreement. By this arrangement there is not a week without one or more pay days. The system is endorsed by both the merchants of Butte and the employes. The funeral of Mrs. Lytton Palmer took -place at Hill City yesterday at 2 p. m. Rev. Father McNeil officiated, and the funeral was very largely attended by the former neighbors and friends of the deceased, who was deservedly popular there where she had ZOELLNER BROS. Cd, THE PIONEER CLOTHIERS OF 1876, 647 MAIN STREET, DEADWOOD, S. D. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are prompt, palatable, pleasant, powerful, purifying little pills. Kirk G. Phillips. The sweettfst smoke on the mar resided for several years. ket for 5 cents is the Two Orphan Two sisters of n. ('. Vincent, after a pleasant visit here of several clays. , left for their home al Onawa, Iowa. Captain C. V. Cardiner, one of Piedmont's leading citizens, was in ' town and made this office a pleasant lew Dress Goods Never Mm - 1 j In Black Hills History j ( Ha the s "ii tv.M-1 s- : tira tol yro ) . ir i luc'l iniieterli.fjre h llicreliecn S t men 'ira 1 nHecii ui nf i he sublimit J ( of ih Hill, k) ri' n w sliownat tbe ? p? P'llnr Studios pf H. R. LOCKE & CO., S 100 Dress Patterns Pattern Lengths, The Modern Woodmen... held an Interesting session last evening when four candidates were initiated and four were favorably balloted upon, who will be taken at the next meeting. The M. W. is a strong organization, and it is growing very rapidly all over the county. Theo. Sigler and Charles Cerney re-returned from their day out hunting ducks with a . string of 112. and they were- not all teal either. Will - 8asse and Tom Glllen brought in eventy-two, and Bert Tilley forty- ;HTe. The shooting is not quite so good as It was last week. ... The Burlington passenger train was over three hours late last night, on account of a freight wreck which blockaded the track out beyond. Du-mont The trucks under a freight car broke In some way, ditching the cigar. tf T. D. Smith handles nothing but th? beet grade smithing coal. Call telephone 97 for uniformed messenger. Prompt service. D. D. T. Co. If you want a sweet, fragrant smoke, try a Two Orphan cigar 5 cents. tf We positively remove warts, moles, and superfluous hair by electrolysis. Mrs. Melick & Alford, the hairdressers, ovea Deetken's drug store, tf The latest designs In Chinese pillows, Indian heads, etc.; also some very artistic lunch cloths, center pieces and scarfs Ytooxn 8 over Deet-ken's drug store. tf GET IN LINK and wear the Regent shoe. Always look swell and never ,New Dress M iln Street, LB AD mia Vre;, D tiADWOJD I Thuj Lead Other Fol'ow ' la Miotogrphy, Tiitiiiipt Work ( or Pbatinotype. Exclusive Designs and Weaves. 1 Trimming; TEY PIANO, both stylish and 1 ' El gi to te haa only at Hawiey a. AS USUAL We are in the lead this season on Dress .Goods. For Na 6?S. . Bolleck Hotel. many years we have sjmml u jiains to rei ;i stock f this jjood that would be certain to please the Ladies of iH-.ulwood and Vicinity, but never before haTe we Ikvii so succensful a now. V freight train, and; help had to come from Englewood before the wreck could be cleared, THE AROMA OF OUR 25c MOCHA AND JAVA COFFB IS UNSURPASSED TRY ! IT. STANDARD 3ASH GROCERY 48 SHERMAN ST. call. Attorney V. C. Polk, an,l Dr. W. K. Smith, state railroad commissioner, were up from Sturgis on legal business. Charles Winn went down to Sturgis to meet his niece Miss May Hill, who will arrive this morning from Boston. George Snyder, the JUead monument salesman, has been in town for the last few days, d&iegpAie business with Deadwood HodIc. Judge Washabaugh'riiturned home from Yankton. His family did not accompany him, they tifcving concluded to remain longer. James B. Baker, the Lead lumber man and electric light magnate, arrived home yefc-terday from a trip down the Elkhorn. Newton Howland, one of the steady employes "of the Burlington here, arrived home Monday after an absence of several days at his old home in Plattsmoutb. John H. Pearman, excursion manager for the Union Pacific and Northwestern railroads at Los Angeles, California, is in Deadwood on business and will leave today. James D. Hardin was in yesterday and the. day before from his big ranch on Redwater, where he has been busy for the last few weeks caring for and disposing of his products. Gary Jones was in town from his ranch four miles below Sturgis. He got hailed out twice last summer and wear out Fargo sells them. tf I hare not tracer nor can I trace rasttfre of similarity la the substitute. Genuine rttx ky MrninfaJu Ta It ni'i by the Mariton Medicine Co. 3Sc. Aik your C.-ogglsL W. L. Neil, D. D. S., resident dentist, has moved his office to Room 19, Syndicate Block. Poisonbus toadstools resembling niiishrooms have caused frequent deaths this year. Be sure to use only hav 2 the genuine. Observe the same care 1 Just What You Want M. J. WERTHHEIMER BRO, And there is a Dressmaking Establishment in connection with our store undef the nianajfemnit of MISS IriSE R TPS ELL, where you .an -t the goods made up OTTH. MOTTO when you ask for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. There are poisonous counterfeits. DeWitt's is the only original Witch Hazel Salve. It is a safe andn certain cure for piles and all skin diseases. Kirk G. Phillips. ES""EY piano for my family. ea ley is the onlyJegular dealer ul No. 639. by BuUoclt Hotel. When you -want to go to Central take Tuller's hack.-Sland In front of No. 15 Lee street. Fare 25c. The progressive nations of the world are the great focal consuming nations. 100 AS YOU WANT IT. LOWE DIFFERENT KINDS OF TRIMMINGS. Reliable Goods At The Very Lowest Prices, We want to make the coming Season the greatest Season in our history, and we recognize to accomplish this we must give more the dollar than any of our competitors and are prepared to uo so. has had about enough of ranch life. ! He expects to work in the mines this j il Leader 4Mii Low Prices A SPECIAL LINE OF Fur and B:ads winter. W. B. Taylor, a cattleman who had Good food well digested gives titrtiifcth If you cannot oigest all you eat, you need Kodof Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you cat. You need not diet yourself. It will even digest all classes of food -. a bottle. No ether preparation -will do ttis. I, instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles. Kirk G. Phillips. spent the summer in Montana was in town. He will winter his stock near Belle Fourche, where he has purchased several hundred tons ot,aJfalfa hay. He returned to Belle Fourche by way of Spearflsh. John C. Haines, one of the leading Black Hills merchants, lett for Rapid after spending a day or two here. He will return soon and inaugurate a removal sale that will bring people thirty miles to trade. Judge Moody and wife will leave For School Supplies Electric facial massage .o tone up the flabby skin and remove wrinkles Freckle Cream guaranteed to remove freckles, at Mrs. Melick & AI-ford's, over Deetken's drug store, tf. Min-ne-kah-ta water for kidney trou bles. Try It. It is 3 doctor's Business to study health. Doct- rs cot'V'cnlly leconi- I a s A lellv peoi Li itc: 00 TO' rf Friday for Chicago, where Mr. Moody is called on business. Their granddaughter. Miss Nellie Moody of Sturgis, will accompany them to the city where she enters Kenwood seminary, one of the leading schools of Chicago. Miss Edith Phelan, daughter of Division Superintendent Phelan. was in bel bv ; We Invite the public In gener al to Inspect our IJevv Fail Goods IN ALL THE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS. We are showing all the late Novelties,in Blact and Colored Dress Goods Ladies, Misses , and Childrens Cloaks for Fall ,J and Winter. . IN "THE VERY NEWEST 8TY LE8. A Large. Assortment of Merwear i, '.-';--'-- ----- For Ladles and Children In all the different grades at prices that will suit you. ,-. . We would call special attention to our new and large assortment of Silk and M ereerised Under Skirts. Fgai mend HARPER Whiskey. 9...I ' Ciirr & Berry, Deadwood, S. D A 8 can Piled Fishel's Bazaar, REMOVED TO ADAM'S BLOCK. Did town, accompanied by her friend and t It traveling companion, Miss Barker. I is club foo: DOCTOR BABCOCK HAS MOVED TO THE ADAMS BLOCK "WHERE HE CAN BE FOUND NIGHT OR DAY AND MAY BS CALLED BY EITHER TELEPHONE. tf They had a special coach for their convenience and had It attached to the Spearflsh train for a brief trip to that town. i'ltiU'I 1 tion School supplies of every description. When you can t find what you want at our store. Then it isn't in town. be , tie H. Spanish War Veterans. Deadwood Command, Veterans of I It i ! H u i -Ti . ' o fc a No H. or ap worm RvmlUr mtlO0 wood nd fourth Mod 1t i 7:30 All member cordially la-ritd. ANNHt I PHILLIPS. W. M. the Spanish "War, held a rqgnlar raeet'ng last night, and Initiated sex- Senj and erai new members. There xvas & feis good attendance at the' meeting, and after the regular order of business AN INSPECTION IS ALU. WE ASK. I foi toal Our Store Is Headquarters 663 Syndicnte BIk. LILLIAN, O HATCH. W J. N. CORUM"' Proprietor pf the Lobby Saloon Keeps a quiet orderly place with many different line of amusement and respectfully aollclta a hare cl you repi, bit M-J.WeriliIlr&Bro. a smoker was, held in the" armory, which lasted until nearly 41 o'clock. Cob pipes and Durham tobacco were provided, and the evening passed with tales and anecdotes relative to the wax and camp. Deadwood command la growing steadily, and is already a thrifty organization composed of the best blood of the land. re t na 1 patronare. . . 1 .