The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on April 25, 1899 · Page 1
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Deadwood, South Dakota
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Tuesday, April 25, 1899
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ID IONEER-TlMES. Si TEAK. bEADWOODj, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), TUESDAY MOUXIXtS, APKIL 23, ISiK. FIVE CENTS- The Daily 4 -i 4 i lr 4- 4- 4 4 't' fa 4 g)i COLONEL FALLS "Thw reply of the admiral was ust like Dewey. He said: 'Those flags can b bought at a half a dollar a yard anywhere.' M. J. WERTHHEIMER & BRO. i! "There was no fun in that expres-I side in the street, several yards away. In an unconscious condition he was carried into a nearby store room and ' later to his room at the Albemarle. When pu-ked up he was bleeding freely from his nose and mouth, and it : was seE at a glance that he was seri-' ously and perhaps fatally injured. Sev-j t-ral physicians were summoned and after an examination repoi ted that no L stotsenburg of the First EX-GOV. OGLESBY DEAD Three Times Governor, United States Senator and Veteran of the Rebellion. Dies Suddenly at Springfield A Man With a Very Remarkable Career. i Nebraska Volunteers Killed at Manila. ills Shot Through the Breast While Leading a Gallant Charge. sion of the admiral. He told the officer that anyone could fly a German flag, and that a whole Spanish fleet might come upon him with German flags up. Then he drew back and stroked his mustache. He has a great habit of stroking his mustache when he gets mad. He said: " 'Tell your admiral I am blockading here. Now, note carefully what I say, and tell your admiral that I say it I have been making this bockade as easy for everybody as I could, but I am getting tired of the puerile work here, lt has been of such a character that a man would not notice K, although children might fight over it, but the time has come when it must stop. Tell your admiral that the slightest infrac- tfcrvn sif anv nil will mAan nnA tt.hlnff! bonn had tieen broken, but. that there wtrn internal injuries. The injured man regained consciousness shortly after he was taken to his room, but about 5 o'clock he sank inito a comatose Mate, in which he remained until his death at 9:50 o'clock. Dr. Lus-comb was summoned shortly before 10 o'clock, but the patient was dead before he arrived. The injured man had several hemorrhages and suffered somewhat durrng the evening, but his end was peaceful. He was a Catholic and the last sacra menywas administered to the dying man by the Rev. Father Brady of St. Joseph's church. fettle P. L. April 2. Special Springfield, 111., April 24. Special. Ex -Governor Richard Jr Ogieeby dded here today without warning, his death being attributed to heart failure. Win M. Stdteenburg of the First We Sell Goods Cheaper Than Any Other House in the Land. For this Week we offer SPECIAL BARGAINS to Clear the stock in Ladies' Man Tailored Suits, Ladies and Childrens' Coats, and Ladies' Capes All new and up-to-date styles and for less money than the raw material would cost you. 500 Ladies' Waists From 25c to 75c. each, Worth from 75c to $3 00 eacb. General Oglesby had been one of the liska volunH;rs was killed during I, Kit at Quinga yesterday, receiving bullet through the breast while a charge. The Nebraska reg-(ast Hood the thickest of the flght-ind lost fire killed and thirty It wll be so most remaraaoie nguree oi ma ywivu. That there will be war. Xf He .was a veteran of the war ol toe accepted and resented' inamedlaltely rebellion and had held a comma salon as maor general. After the war he was three dimes elected governor of Illinois and was once elected to the I B ma bitter light and tike insur- your people are ready for war with the United States they can have it at any time.' "After that they did not breathe more than four times successively without asking permission." jd ftood their ground etuDDorniy, ' United States senate from his state. it the Nebraska regiment took tneir The George Case Closed, Canton, O., April 24. Special. The arguments in the Mrs. George case were heard today and the ease has gone to the jury. It le the general belief that the Jury will acquit Mrs. George or disagree. o Olympic Field Day. The aihletic committee of the Messrs. Hieby. Simpson and ijfcj this charge that Ool. Stotsen- He died at the age of 75 years. Richard J. Oglesby was born In Oldham county, Kentucky, July 26, 1824; settled at Decatur, 111., in 1836; received less than a common school edu lU Stotsenburg was formerly of cation; was a carpenter for two years; h regular army and previous to the taking out of the war 'with Spain studied law in 1844 and waa admitted. p,.anklin. met last evening and decided I im a first lieutenant in the Fourth miry. APF. COGHLIN S STATEMENT on June 2'i for the annual field day. The place will be determined later on where the best accommodat ions ran be secured probably Sturgis or White-wood. The sports will consist of a handicap bicycle race, 100-yard dash, heats; hurdle races, three-legged races, to the bar in 1845; served one year in the Mexican war; worked two years in the mine of California; was elected to the state senate in Illinois in 1860, served one session and resigned to enter the volunteer service in 1861, at the commencement of the war of the. rebel lion; he was chosen colonel, and Lt He Said is Creating a Stir in Negro Miners Chasen On?. I'ana, 111., April 24.. Special. Twenty-five non-union negro miners were forced to leave 'town today by the union white miners. O-- f- To Succeed Speaker Reed. Washington, April 24. Special. Hon. Joseph G. Cannon, who represents the Twelfth congressional district of Illinois, has announced his candidacy to succeed Thomas B. Reed as speaker of the house. o Croker Sails For Europe. New York, April 24. Special. -Richard Croker was excused today from further testimony before the Ma-zet board of investigation and will sail for Europe tomorrow. M. J. WERTHHEIMER & BRO. 4 Oiplomitic Circles fisMngton, April 24.' Special putting shot, throwing hammer, pole waa afterwards appointed brigadier . vau)t nig.h jun,p ,Droad Jump, run ft rtatements of Captain Ooghlin of general; in 1863 he was appointed ma kcrufcer Raleigh at a reception given rf f3 f f f f 4 T $ ( jor general, to take rank from Novem thr Army and Navy elutb in New mnnnnnsuw nsuwu irLruxnirtru irinutnjuuinuu truntp rt City a few nighU ago regard- gin Uuvntnriru 5 .1 tha differences of Admdral Dewey piumiui nml 'innlnv no imp who iftJlot 3 ber, 18"62; he resigned iln 1864 and waa elected that year governor of Illinois for the term that expired in 1869; b was re-elected In 1872, and entered iin a d ill 1 J V, educated and has a diploma to prafc- ii the German commander, Died-W at Manila, has created quite a tlHiJoufjhly nini Jump, hop-step-and-jump, tug-of-war between married men and single men. First and second medals will he awarded to the winners of the contests. A band and orchestra will be engaged and there will be dancing. - The committee requests all members of the club Interested in base ball to paeet at the club room Monday night. May 1, for the purpose of organising two or more teams for the season. in diplomatic circles. Captain upon the duties of his office January 13. 1873: on the 21st of the same Mao insists that he told the truth month he was elected to the United Nthat there Is nothing to be taken States senate. In 1884 he was again Died of a Snake Bite. Minneapolis, Minn., April 24. Spe r Holltoin, the German ambaesa- nominated for governor and elected. He was inaugurated 4n January, 1885, cial. MTS. E.11Z& JJU1U.IU6 uic-n 1 p, called on Secretary Hay today and Cerday as the reeu or me . , and his term of office expired in 1889 kted htm at Germany's displeasure. rattlesnake. Her nusnano is a prweo- It hardly believed that Captain JMn will be disciplined, as he was JUDGE SHANNON'S DEATH. tite the profession. Nearly everybody knows thin, but many people think that my bunine i t'onfined to putting up prescriptions and vending drugn. It is true that Igive spetial attention to these things I am the leader in fact but there are many other ways in which I can serve you. I carry the finest line of Pocket Knives,SciHHors and Kazors, Imported and Domestic, to be found in the State, every article warranted. A full line of Stationery, PockeBooks, Brushes, Perfumery, Soaps, Spectacles, Bye Glasses, etc. Oood goods at prices that defy competition. Remember that I guarantee you can save money by buying your Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and all Painting materials of me. Main Street Y1DV C PHII I TPS on duty when he made the state- atonal snake charmer and Mrs. Spaul-dtag was bitten while teasing one ot the reptiles. She received the oest treatment that could be obtained, but ft did not seem to check the Influence of the venom. Incident has served to widen j breach between Germany and o Have New Photographs. Company L, First South Dakota volunteers. Will McLaughlin captain, has recently had same new photographs taken and Frank McLaughlin of this city, brother of the captain, has received a couple of the print?. One shows a platoon as It appeared iji skirmish order and the other shows a platoon in the firing line, double rank, the men with their guns at aim. Some of the boys do not resemble the young dandies that left South Dakota a year ago, but look the battle smoked veterans that they are. Nearly all of the faces may be recognized, however, and they are all looking I Be story off the trouble between jtrukd Diedrleh is a pack of Eng- Ilea, told for the purpose of cre- (X enmity . between Germany and Caked State. ;:nble negro lynching. LhXlVlV Via A llJloAolA U s Deadwood, S.D. mm ruuuvuwi nnjxnnjxrinnntxnnrvvi AinAruvrnanAArwvuiAAvruinb Story ot the Runaway Accident Which Caused His Death The following fctory of the runaway acoidenit in San Diego, Cal., in wnlch Judge Peter C. Snanuaa was killed, is taken from the San Diego Union of Friday, April 14: "Judge P. C. Shanron, formerly district judge ' t South Dakota died at 9:50 o'clock In ibis city lant night from injuries sustained early yesteroay afternoon In a runaway accident. Death is supposed to have rc?u'ted from internal iiilunes hich Judge Shannon sust.vined by being 'ibiown heavily to tie grounJ fro.n a carriage. He was 7j years old. "Judge Shaonjn had been :n this city for about a year, comr.ig here from Yankton, S. D. He formerly nad rooms at the Brewater. but for the past six months had been stopping at the good-natured and hearty. President Has Neuralgia. Washington, April 24. Special. The president is suffering with neuralgia, and has been forced to suspend all official duties and take to his teu. u Wai.ts to Be Governor. Chicago, 111-. April 24. Special Dr. Nicholas Senn, the famous war surgeon, has announced himself as a candidate for the republican nomination tor the office of governor. James Christie's Son. W. H. Christie arrived In Dead-wood yesterday to lok alter the affairs of his father, the late James Christie, whose THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Deadwood, South Dakota. RESOURCES: March 5th. 1895, $256,199.69 March 1st. 1899, $642,815.00 .ri Murderer and Colored Preach-I er Hung in Gorgia. jWaa, Ga., Apr! 24.-6pecial Sam negta wlho murdered Farmer port and then ravished his wU'e humetto, was apprehended near and brought here by the officers 15Mr. He was taken from the of j erly yesterday morning and ft the staks. His ears and fin-? we cut off before the torch wa ?54 and hla body was hacked to fter his death. 'Hob confessed jartme and said a negro preacher Uge Strickland bad hired him wait tha murder. Strickland " lynched this morning and his body was found dangling to This has bent the most revolt- iTKhlnf Jn the history of Us este-l.r afiernoin tath occured in Deadwood during the j Albemarle hotel MtS.J b at 2:30 o'clocK h2 git luro a carriage All Branches of Banking Business Transacted, N1.1ght of Sunday. Apni 10. i reached here too late to attend the funeral of his father, as the remains were burled in Mount Mori ah cemetery the day befora, Sunday, April 28. The gentleman who arrived in Deadwood yesterday has been here before, having spent some time here, in the employ ot th North west era Transportation company, leeMng here thirteen years ago for the west Since that time he has traveled for a J. 9alsbtry of Salt Lake 1 Oty and c3oeed out some of the hater's stage business for htm. He is at maont halted in San Francisco, and in front of the Albemarle for the purpose of going to Point Lorn a to witness the opening exerei5-?s of the Universal Brotherhood cong-ess. There were -ready three men la the rig. including E. D. Bute, of Chicago, and W. Scott, of Toronto, deiegites to the Brotherhood congress. The driver, desirous ot taking over a full .oad. Invited Judge Shannon to go along. The judge hesitated at Crst, bir. finally consented to tak? the trip, and took a seat in the carriage. V. i. Megnu, manager, of the Albnar;e, having fears: for 4. - ' .. KWEY TO C1EDRICHS. DRAFTS ISSUED ea ChJaa, Msnile, Metrese, Perlo Rice, Africa, Est !-, Fresco, Oeraaaasy e all Perls of the WoHd, si lowest aaarke rates. COLLECTIONS saaee carefstly mm4 ccsusles' ler preMptly. An Excellent Combination. The pleavant m m1 ?nd b-tn fici: 1 effcc'jj of the well koivr remrdr. SYRUP or Flos. manufH. tuie l by the CaUFOKKIA Flo Syptp .'-i., illvstn t" the Value of obtni.oirtr t-'ic li'ini.l !ru-tivs principles f pHnt knnnn to h medicinally laxsite nuH prr-wtitii'i? them in 'he form -1 rcficiiir(' t taste and accrot ! I si.;iin. i is the one perfect t r tiptlx ninir inxa-tive, clei.Dsiu the svstein efft tur'lv. dispellin r nilk, iifxlui hi, .tin .(os gently yet .inaptly aini eiu biiiiK ocr tooferiiimf hubitpal cin'p: lion permanently. Its pefict frrlrfn fmrn ) U German to Respect the Block ad or Fight Shannon ah safety oi acrdu u ot We are prepared io Furn ah money at Reasonable! Rates of Interest to any extent Warranted by borrowers responsibility or collaterals 3 April iSpeciaa. At a ie ta th mining oueinees to some ex- Mr . given to the officers of the tent. He Is well retwmberea by auiw his old age .vc i'l':o go s ong ht the purpose of rod-.ton any i.ecssary "I," Saurday night CapL Coghlafl a number C Oeadrwxwd people, and has I w Dewey and lb Dietrichs inel- a crest many friends In the Black Hllsl THIS IS DISTINCTIVE IjY I -': .. yeC- He Intends tx remain but tew I v ofScar of our Mend, Admiral days in Deadwood and w41t get back every ubjectionitbie qunhty aul mb-stanoe, ami its acting on the Ic'k'id-vs liver sn. hwclR, withont wmIih 5ng or urit inir them, make it the kleal laxative- In the irocv of aianhfactnring fijrs a-r ered, ns thev are pleasant to the taste, bat the medicinal tjn lit ies of the wrtna, cam down one day to to California. He has two wot n era, I a wmnlsint. It was my pleaoor George a, who Is in Texas, and f Bsk. Corporations and Individuals Accounts solicited. assistance tu bia gu.Vht. "The bow! had no soon started than the driver droppJ one of the lines. In We regain il he lost control of the hosses and they turned and started on a '' wiH ran np the street.' Mr. Magna jumped out as soon as he saw that tha horses were free, but te otr occepantfi'ot the rig kept Vheir seVa. AtvSecon 1 and p atreets the horses awervid la towards oa the quarterdeck Just "Kent," tha youngeet of the three, who aboard, ft wa paatly Lbr ! U the iut! somewhere atone the -atnd narUv far Mm I Wrd Atlantia ooast. Mrs. Christie and two pona enoe a va7w. Oorxe other aromatic plants. l.v a nethod ! DIRECTORS' H.E.AOAaS. , JO Mai TRESES. HARRIS nUMKUII. rr.Mt. " BAER. -Ic PreM..t. 14 th admiral about Ids oom- daughters are stUI making their noma uid I heard the admiral reply: at Bloommgton, ld , Tl yow admirai'those ship of ' ilr. Chrtatle made application is I stop when I say eo. I wWh county wnirt yesterday to hare A. "W. the blockade ot 411s harbor Cbe appointed admlnlstraitar of the - rt-' Ute of sis mther, which eonelsU ot Gernug officer replied: 'But some tnlnln ground and personal ef- .. . I . Vuowa to tha Caiaroaxia Fix M arr Co. only. In br'.ier to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the fall Dtune of the Company printed oa the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. saw raajrcuoo, cax loutsvtlxa kt. - raw to ax. ar. t. FOraaht by ma DngtMa Pttet Sftc. per hottle. the sidewalk and struck a telegraph pole on the southeast corner of the street with a terrible force, : The oc-eupskom of the vehicle were all thrown dbt, Judge Shannon falling on his left SELBIE, CesJOer. awwwwoi Lunmii'iT-- " ' leoia. ... , . .v -. .

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