The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on April 2, 1899 · Page 1
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Sunday, April 2, 1899
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The IONEER:l IMES. DEADWOOD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), SUNDAY MOUSING, APKIL 2, 1899. FIVE CENTS. Daily tawjflea itflat .fl bad entered a bid to 4, 4 4. 4 4 $. 4 4 'l' 4. 4. 4. BLACK HILLS DIGEST. iball entered his leg about half way be-'tween the knee and ankle, shattering is ARE RESTING furnish the beef during the war and had conversed with General Eagan at the tame. He said the latter under the bone and passing trdough the other RAPID CITY, jetde striking the wall near the upper Charles Granger died at Rapid City 'rint corner of Judge Payee's of- 1 oroAlr a nA nraa KilHv1 in thn ifV flee. stood perfectly at that time that the packets were experimenting with a American Soldiers At Ma- chemical process for the preservation of beef and otiher meats. La Get Time to Recover BELLE FOURCHE. Wednesdaly from Hhe Baptist church. A meeting was held in Rapid City yesterday afternoon for tine purpose William LaFors has purchased a res- Their Wind, Short In His Accounts. of organising a post of the Woman's idence in jne Fouruhe of Charles rjents Are Found In Small THE UP-TO-DATE DRY GOODS HOUSE. Special for this Week. The rainy season is up jn us, therefore prepare lor it. 150 Forces and Will Not Fight. Relief Corps. Miss Rose Bower arrived home Wednesday of last week from Atlanta, Ga., for a short visit. She went south four years ago in quest of health, and was eminently successful. Mrs. C. K. Howard arrived in Rapid City Wednesday morning from California Mr. and Mrs. Howard left Rapid City about a month ago for Hot Springs, Arkansas, and went from there to California. Simmcrlee. Miss Edith Cook, one of the teachers of the Iead public schools, has been VtaCting the past week with her sister, Mrs. George Fuller. James Moodie has resigned his position as manager of the clothing store of Oscar Silver and has 'been succeeded by C. B. Coolidge of Lead. The Bee says Rev. J. M. Gardner, paetkir of the M. E. church at Belle Fourche, is doing excellent work, and has the Sunday school and Bpworth Hillsboro, Texas, April 1. Special. W. B. Biiyant, manager for the Southwestern Telephone and Telegraph company, twiddled this morning. He was short several 'hundred dollars in tola accounts with the company. o . May Send Wheeler To Manila. Washington, D. C, April 1. Special. Friend of General Wheeler saiy he is anxious to go to the Philippines, and ft is stated that the president has agreed to detail him to service there. He ma; depart for Manila hi the near future. 4 . s a n 1 C : 1 UaglOU, U. U., April a. oiiwuu. department lfl In receipt of Liwiiur dispatch from General Mr. and Mrs. John H. Smith, parents i"" of Mrs. C. M. Leedy, arrived Wednes mM nrevalla. I have directed the day morning from Eagle Grove, Iowa. League on the boom. W. C. Hamilton, -Who 'has had charge of the drug store belonging to They are the parents of Sergeant W. B. Laflies DouIjIb Texture Mac Intoshes p it Malolos and on the railroad Ktu the Insurgents and five them 4 tut they ajv ible W BU tfieffl 'Smith of Company M, who was killed B. M. Ixng, has resigned and has bought an Interest in a drug store at at Manila during Qhe early part of A Crude "Oefense." State Superintendent of Schools Col in all the latest styles at 4 in mall farces In thie surround- February. Hot Springs. Unjijtiy, and they retire immediate fci the approach Of our troops. I Rapid City is taking a decided stand lins is out with a circular letter in defense of the stand he has taken in re The Time says H. H Taylor, formerly a wagon boss for the Hashknife against the loose morals that have per prflparing for a continued active fusing to call a meeting of the county superintendents at Hot Springs on cattle outfit, and known as Jack Talbot, has resigned, and is now occupy Kila. April 1 Special The Amer August 2 at the time of the meeting of the StaUe Teachers associairion. ing the pewit ion of deputy sheriff of Custer county, Monuana, at Ekalaka. troops are given a chance for a vaded the city for 'the last few months, and ilt 'Is likely that they will make their protests count on eledtion day. At a recent meeting resolutions were adopted declaring that the' people demand the enforcement of the law against disorderly 'houses, and pledging their support 'to the candidate for The law provides that the county sup lays' rest, after the most tJ-ytng erlntendents shall be called together UtMthe American saldiery has once a year and that the counties shall pay 5 cents a mile for each way for the ailed upon to undergo for years. $1.90, $3, $3.30, $5.10, $5.40 and up Not a Garment here but what you will have to pay double price for in other places P. J. WERTHIIEIM, superintendents. The reason given they appreciate the opportunity, irmy is in excellent health, and mayor wtoo promises to use the entire The Bee says the remains of Mrs. J. L. Woixl were recently brought from Omaha through Belle Fourche to Alva. Wyoming, for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Wood had been married but about a year, and had gone to Omaha early In the winter, for the benefit of the health of the latter. for not calling the meeting at Hot power of his office towards the enforce iddiere all seam cheerful after meat of said laws, and for aldermen hard Work. There has been an Springs 1s the cost to the counties in fare and yet Mr. Collins urges the teachers to attend the Hot Springs Mngly small percentage of stck- who 'will likewise pledge 'themselves. A committee was appointed to carry un the army went into the field into effect the sense of the mooting. ieonly aiftment the man com- consisting of the following voters of ivt k the intense beat. t meeting. The inconsistency of Mr. CallLns's proposition is the most notic-able tlhdng about bis remarkable defense. Certainly the counties of South Dakota can afford to pay the fare of one person W fifteen or twently teaeti- o- SPEARFISH. Some one poisoned L. W. Valentine's fine bird dog last week. Dr. A. H. Squires is able to be out on Agoncillo Critically III. f $ 4 fr - 4. 4. 4. 4. j h April 1. Special. Agoncillo, alto'i representative, is crftical- annuwuwinwnjinnnwnAAAnjinnnnAnw the street again, after a long period of the city: H. B. Larrabee, H. N. Chapman, J. H. Gale, C. C. O'Harra, H. W. Somers, E. C. Johnson, W. M. Dodge, J. W. Barron, E. L. Hurlbut, C. L. Lewis, W. M. Cox, J. R. Sharp, A. Mathlias, R. L. Slagle, D. W. Tracy, A. K. Thomas, H. J. Carriers, James Boyd. A. W. Bangs, W. F. Hall. C. L. Lewis was elected president and H. W. Somers secretary. illness. The stalte normal school has been having a vacation the past week and f IHE OLD PLIABLE DRUGGIST lwiwiith pneumonia. I o bdKt Washing Ashore. to, April 1. Special. A dis-Guernsey says the bodies ers from each county can afford to pay their own fare. Then again th counties of the Black Hills have paid the fares of their superintendents to toe mwduluga beM In the eastern part of the state and It Is bult fare that we should have an occasional benefit. Mr. ColMns'a "defense" la a crude affair, a will start up again Tuesday. Water got into the cellar under George L. Smith's drug store last week and damaged several hundred cigars HOT SPRINGS. for Mr. SmitJh, medley of contradictions. - o The Hot "Springs Ore department Is itahns off the Stella horror are pn to -wadh ashore there. Be-kttij and eighty bodies are still ,4 Aa Inquiry into the disaster J instituted at once, and 1ft Is ex-HtWOaiptaln Reeks, 'Who perish' ship -went down, will be A meeting of the Spearfish Creamery preparing bo give a minstrel entertain Connella Is Still Alive. associattton was held at Spearfish yes ment in a short time. terday flo make arrangements for op Not long ago the Journal published Hot Springs is soon to have a Degree erating Che plant during the coming upon -what was certainly good author! of Honor lodge, auxiliary to the An running the vessel at full summer. ty a statement to the effect that J. W Establised id 1876. KIRK 0. PHILLIPS. I carry the finest line of Cigars, Stationary, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Outlery, E ye Glasses , Spectacles and everything found in a first-clats city drug store, and I guarantee better prices than can be found west of the Missouri river. Those intending to Faint will make a mistake if they fail to get my prices on Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window Glass and all Painters Supplies, which I warrant as to quality and at lower prices than cient Order United Workmen. The Mail says Hugh Johnston, the Connella had been hung by a mob at Everett, Wash. It now seems that tihis C. G. Fargo Is having the OllHapie Bear Gulda mail carrier, has not miss !rtfaf0g. o luaerous Incorporations. hotel renovated, preparatory to open was a mistake, the following being au ed a trip this winter, although tne ing It for the summer traffic. snow is from four to six feet deep to W. J. April 1. Special. J. H. OantUn, freight conductor nbuw nirmf hlfl route, neceasd- i tharity that must be unquestioned Everett, Wash., March To The Rapid City Journal: fwred and fifty new companies !?OTited to tie state during xne urMngtn, wno ae ueen 8Ka IOT e uee of snow shoes In carry- cine past moncn, js to. noi opnuies vaa.- There moist be ome mistake about rng the mail over. Ing baths. tlhe dispatch from (Rapid Citty to the Mall: B, P. Dague, grand lecturer. Man n,A tirmihasarl alsamriAWA In a T) 1 a iV Li 4 1 1 John E. Wilson and MBs Mary E. Minneapolis Journal Had anything " " " A. F. and A. M., for the Brack Hras, March, and their total a 1a over Milton and one i:ls tacorporaltion fees re-tate amount to a hun-y-nve thousand dollars' Little of Oelricha were married In Hot of the kind happens the chances are was a guest last Friday evening of tnru njxrunjunnjirinnjijviririn nnjnrurunnnruvnvub tbait I would hare heard sontetnlng Springs a week ago Friday by Rev. No. 18. He will vtelt Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left fori the Hms prlor to about It. J. W. CONNELLA. Colorado tar a snort trip. Thw Journal is much DUeased to hear lUjal. oomwnlcatioiL jofjhegndjode ndike Clean Uo. (from Mr. Connella and glad that ihe has TtitrAIWERICAN NATIONAL BANlff John Stabler, owner of the Wind at Yankton rn June. come out of the trouble all night. Mr. Cave, states tlhat he has been hering Connella also sent a copy of his paper Aprlil 1. Special. Jwls from tlhe Klondike place JcfcaiMip the district at quite a number of visitors during the Deadwood, South Dakota. CUSTER. H. G. Hamaker has rented H. G. Hamaker has rented which certainly don't look much as winter, and Is preparing for a good though he had lost any patronage late- business this coming summer. I and is ka terrible out down dur- l Uo hmi.M W1 swmt.Iv With Lhdfl in The Star aaya the Cheyenne river remodeling the M E. parsonage at Cus ..... . I . 1 1 1 1 il. .SkHA Kla -fomilv was quite high last week, and tinreaten- iter, aim wui wtupj , i , virm Inany Miners are per for its mtotake as 'he is not the first fc '25 month and board. : one who has refused to verify its etate-eap fa the town, tuid a num met by remaining dead after Che an- ed the EJlkhorn trestle at one time. In upon their return irom tne easi. RESOURCES: March 5th, 1895, $256,199.69 March 1st, 1899, $642,815.00 order to save the Dridge the oompany James Faille and Miss Rose WUhelm -wimua are running. 1 nounceanent to coat eneoc was mora. used dynamffte and cleared away the I wetre married at the residence of Mr. ice, without suffering any damage. and Mrg- rj. e. Oanfield at Hill City a ' week ago last Wednesday. Mr. Fallis He lis in the boat with such good company aa Queen Victoria land John Sherman. Rapid City Journal. ConneQa to the former Black Hflle STURGIS. n the Cusnar Chronicle says, is amal- The Black Hills Presbvtenr will meet LmAtir sit the ftolv Terror mill at I o In Sturgis April 4. Keystone ' newspaper man 'who killed a man in a rdw at Everett, and who was after Branches of Banking Business Transacted, Miss Jennie Duke returned to her t. fv.mKur arm of Mr. and Mrs. home last week from Lincoln, where J Jamea carter of Pringle was drowned Science Corporation! aprll l.-flpectei J? h teTitW on of 4 to ni tihe dead," te he "orporlian that was Te-ttwat yesterday, ,nder of to .tate. y VPW8d. of a number aanlUsta, who will teuild thelp belief. ipperHortewhipd. he had bean attending school, and is I Frlday evening. March 24. while play preparing to begin a term of teaching near 4 brook at the rear of the res- wards reported 'to have teen hanged by a mob lor deoUnS ng to throw up Ms Job and leave tlhe communtiJCy. It was known Vhot Ihe had been, tried by the courts of the land for murder, and that be bad been acquitted. When a dispatch appeared In some of the eastern DRAFTS ISSUED oh Chlaa, Manila, Havaaa, Parte Rica, on Alkali creek for the summer. l uwwe The bov was nlaying on the The Black Hill Horsemen's aasoaia- j of the brook with bis brother tion will hold a meeting In Sturgis next Lrhn he fell Sn. The otiher brother Africa, Eaglaad, Fraaca, Germany and all Parts af the World, at lowest market rates. COLLECTIONS mad carefully and accounted for promptly. We are prepared to Furnish money at Reasonable Rates of interest to any extent Warranted by borrowers Tuesday, April 4, for the purpose of wag younger and unable to render any oailJee to the effect that he bad euffer- the organization, and mak assistance. Botn parents were aw at the time, and the mother was Jus deatth through mob violence It was not questioned, tout was taken by tie peo-nle of the Black Hills at a gulp. Some ikfma' iwwnlnent wx-of Kansas City, at- lng preparations for the spring round up. iiirntn from Custer. She was al P City Attorae most within eight of the place when Sturgia and the Immediate vicinity responsibility or collaterals. THIS IS DISTTJTOTIV33IjT -L llBSt eeem to hare been having a plethora of the newspapers of the Black Hills even moralised over the matter of his end. and explained Chat It was inevitable wherever a newspaper was trying: of -laddering to. of amateur theatrical and minstrel com nanies during the past winter. Sever the little ferTow fell Into the stream. '. WHTTEWOOD. The A O. U. W. lodge of Whitewood al new ones have been recently born to imp ore Che morals of a community ms Accounts pow hiWT Truing W fnjjhe of Banks, Corporations and Individuals solicited. last night tuwn and neighborhood. Record: Wednesday afternoon Will It appears that Connella Is still able to submit his doctrines to the readers of Iwlng unable to tn- Oorroapond euoe Xxxxrlt&. F. H. Brown left last Monday for lam Wird and Edward Crockett came to town with, some wolf hides, taking f town, and It Is altogether likely that lbs next man to aetltls a point of '.' , . ALmn wuTi Uth will annmach him Chicago. From that point hwiu go to the Pacific coast to remain for sev them to the court bouse and placing! DIRECTORS: W. C AOAMS. JOHN TREBER. eral weeks, for bis health. Bruce Robbina, who baa been the op n c 1., - 7 ' 14 SarnL L Special. daUoately. ror he has demonstrated U bsjVM trted todar that TTben be k smitten on the cheek 03TTst commit-' h haa an Inclination to make tlje 1 la Jtir?SaoS' mttr think be tm been soaked by a them In the hail there. Mr. Crockett bad a revolver, and when he stooped over to look at the hides, It Sell out of Ma pocket, striking the floor and dis erator at the F. E. a M. V. depot at HARRIS FRANKLIN, BEN BAER, Vice PrasldaaL . SfBL SELBIE, Casalar. Whitewood for some time, has been charging one of the cartridges. Tbe Jgned to rj station at raJrt ltui i' in v iwnnxii.nrinnrnnfit i 1 1' ' "1 VfVIWA . . - "' -

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