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GUARANTEED CIRCULATION Tk tmrafiteeC .MlBo f e tavWA-T! " rM IbM U.M Qi U MkW ft a:l DUie eunbiaed, II tafieaUf tuUeee ki-4 II t Bet Work The Tinmt Advortlalns f TWENTV-SECOND YEAR. DEAD WOOD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS). WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY UK 1898. FIVE CERTS in JJ PROGRAM. BOTH GOLD AI1D SILVER organized police force, utterly unprepared fur war and antiquated In methods and organization. MINE AND MILL DISTRESSING ACCIDENT. Ed Goulette's Life Crushed Out by a Heavy Hoisting Machine Falling Upon Him. Reunion and 21st Anniversary of Congregational Church and Society. Thursday January, 20th.. 1898. 8 O'clock. P. M. S32 n in ii r i i i hi mi n Si i Teller's Resolution to Pfc,y All Bonds la Gold and Silver Adopted. Did You Hear That M TTKRWOKTU DEAD. Thomaavllle, Ga., Jan. 18 Special: Hon. Ilenjamln Butterworth, United Stales commissioner of patents, who hss been 111 at Plney Woods for several weeks, died at 3:15 Sunday afternoon. The end was peaceful, and when It rame his wife and children were at his DULL THUD!! bedside. He came here to recuperate from an attack of pneumonia, and gain England Declints to Reopen Sealing Question Ben Butter worth Dead' OOLD IN ORKOON. Statistic prepared for th annual number of the Oregonlan show that Oregon wlllproduce more gold than than the Klondike yielded durltg ths working season or 188-7. This stats-ment wtllcom as a surprise to most persons. The Oregonlan estimates the Klondike production during the last season at !3.fi00,000,whlle It estimates that Oregon has produced during the year over 15,000,000. Of this sum according to the figures of this Journal, Union county has produced $2,172,900, Baker county 12.000,000 and Orant couu ty $200,000, making the total for eastern Oregon ovsr $1,000,000. Southern Oregon is credited with th production of $1,000,000. ed rapidly until two weeks ago, when he suffered from uraemlc convulsion. Edward Ooulette, of Blacktall gulch, ths well known railroad contractor and ore hauler, was Instantly killed at about 9 o'clock yesterday morning, near the old Ciumplcn mill In Spruce gulch, by a hoisting engine and drum weighing 2,000 falling upon him. His neck was broken, bis skull crushed and he expired Instantly. Mr. Uouletts had taken the contract to move a hoisting plant belonging to Ilattenbacb Bros, from Spruce gulch to the Oolden Hill Mining company's property In Two B'L lis took threa men with him to assist The wheels on one side of the wagon were removed allowing the axles to rest upon the ground. The hoist which weighed about 2,000 pounds was moved to tho It was not an Earthquake It was tho Prices of Tinware AT TJSa MARYLAND'S 8ENATOR9WP. Baltimore, Jan. IS Special: On a vote for United States senator today, the republicans In the legislature were divided so there was no choice. Mo- RED A N VI I . That Dropped. Comas Is la the lead. Plane, Bole Mrs. W. K. Frailer Short Address C. E. Hawley Historical Paper, .. Mrs. L. R. O raves Reminiscences, Mr. Samuel Cmhinan Vocal Solo, Mrs. Clara Shoudy Burns Half hour for supper, music toasts and responses. Vocal Solo Prof. Flln terms n Toat, "The Lady's Aid Society." Plsno Solo Mrs. W. S. Elder Peeponee Mrs. F. A. Ward T ast. "The Pioneer Church." Response Mr. L. W. Stllwell Vocal 'nolo Mra. W. A. Remer Toaet. "Ths Pulpit." Response Prof. Btrachan Toast, "Th Founders of ths Congregational Church of Desdwood." Response Hon. F. J. Washabaugh Vocal Solo Mr. Baldy Toast. "The Pew." Response Dr. Allen Plsno Solo Miss Bsnnett Toast, "Th Choir." Response Mr. W. 8. Elder Violin Solo Prof. Roeslgnol Toast, "Church Work In the Black Hills." Response Rev. Geo. Scott All exercises will be held In th audience room, and supper will be served In the church parlors. WERE NOT SENT VP. A report gained wide circulation In wagon bed. In lifting the machine upon the wagon, Mr. Ooulette and one of the hands were upon the ground the Northern Black Hills a few weeks PRICKS THAT TALK since to affect that Ales Chlaholte, for while the other two stood on ths wag merly of Bald Mountain, and Bob Floorman, a former Rapid Cltylte, had on. They bad succeeded in raising Washington, Jan. It Special: The senate committee on finance today reached a vote ou the Teller resolution declaring (or the payment of national bonds la both silver m well M la gold. The vote stood 1 to t la favor of the resolution. The haute committee on Interstate and foreign commerce today reported favorably the antl-scalplng bill. There were only two dissenting votes la the commute. Kngland has again declined to reopen the sealing question. She gave It as a reason that on an occasion prevl-ously while negotlatloaa were pending between the United States and Canada Groat Britain could not consistently rnopen the matter. The United States replied that there were no negotiation pending and renewed the request The foreign offlce now sends regrets that the tlrltlsh government does not 2 Dlnnar Palls, with two com Dart- 9nrt al nlifl Iaa ifis SaA- old price is, now N 4 qt heavy retlnned pudding pans, old pries SOe, bow Us qt heavy rtlnnd puddl&f pans, old pries Me, bow IS I qt hss.Tr rtlnnd pudding peas, old pries lOtt, bow Us aUues Pans, eld pries Us, now.... ta sacs Pans, old pries tOe, bow.... Us aoe Pans, old pries ISe, now.... Us Sanr Pans, old prlos lee, now.... Ms Dinner Palls, with two compartments, and cup, old pries 60s, now tftc 4 qt plain milk pans, old pries 10c, now to t plain milk pans, old pries 15c, now , I qt plala milk pans, old pries 10c, bow c I qt hsavy rstloosd pudding pans, THE RICHEST SILVER MINE. Jim Searles of this city is congratulating himself that In ths Bradahaw mountains, Arltona, h has a sliver mine that Is perhaps ths greatest today In America, and insupport of it Introduces his returns from th emelter, ssys the Salt Lake Tribune. Thee re-poorts show that In all th settlements th or never yielded less than $270 to silver, and as much as $32 per ton la that metal, la addition to 20 per csnt lead and gold of the value of $4. The property wss acquired by Mr. Searles saily la 18BS. A small scam was fol-lowr! '-wn from the euvfnce. until today, at a depth of 300 feet, there ar 14 Inches of high grads or. To enabl him to continue development and follow the dip, Mr. Searles has decided to thoroughly equip the proposition, and on Saturday a carload of machinery was sent from the Colorado Iron works to the mine. Commenting on It yes- been seat to the penitentiary, up In the Sloean country, In British Columbia, for salting a mine and swindling some eastern parties. The rumor was published In all ths newspapers, and created not a little Interest, as both are well known la the Hills. A. McOllllsora and P. McConnsll, of Terry wrote to Mr. Chlsholm concerning It and received the following letter, dated Rossland, B. C, Jan. 2, 1S9S: "Friends Alei and Pat: I have not been In any trouble nor have I been sent over the road. The party who started that story told a black Us, being jealous that I am making a little money here. their load end were about to land It when Mr. Ooulette'a feet slipped from In under him and he fell upon his face, the heavy piece of machinery falling tilon his shoulders and neck. The three men succeeded In removing the niRchlne quickly, and how they did It they do not know, for at any other time they would probably be unable to move It. Mr. Ooulette was picked up but life was extinct. As quickly as pos nlble the body was brought to town and taken to Osborne's undertaking establishment. Surgeons were summoned and an examination made which disclosed the fact that the victim's neck had been broken and the skull fractured at the base of the brain. The nose had been broken and abrasions caused upon the fare. Coroner Whitehead was summoned and an Inquest was held, the result being a verdict that deceased had met bis denth by an accident. The remains were dressed and em oe its way clear to reopen the que stion. Ambiiimador May and his private sen retary, Mr. Eddy, left for London today GRATEFUL ACKNON. LEDOEMENT. Mr. Harris Franklin. Vic Presldent.O.R.C.O. M. M. Co.. Dear Sir: Permit m on behalf of th Dead-wood Fir department to thank yon, and through you, th other officer of the glorious old "Oolden Seward,, for the substantial appreciation of our efforts to do our duty as volunteer firemen. While we appreciate th hand on thnlr way to Egypt. The senate pated the Immigration "I do not know who would start the bill by a vote of 45 to 28. Senator Spooner, of Wisconsin, far 0i.oBaDM.rM.?.w:',.r. ten per cent. DTOOS 18 COMPLETE! Prices Lower Than the Lowest! QUALITY THE BEST! GRIFFITH HARDWARE CO., story, unless It was the party who got starved out In Portage and went back to the Hills. "I have not had any trouble since terday, Mr. Searles said that whll with four men he had produced $38,000 orcil the general character of the bill, but wan opposed to the feature requir from th mine, he expected to double It some gift, we appreciate more the sentl ment thst prompted It. Being familiar ing the Immigrant to both read and write portion of the United State con th present year. coming here with the exception of a little lawsuit the first summer whon the party wanted to tap me for blood with the history of the Golden Reward. itt It ut Ion. STRUCK IT RICH. Murphy, of New York, presented a money, but got left of the early struggles of Its promoters to solve the problem of treating refrac Many of the people of Sioux Falls re. balmed and were last evening taken to the Ooulette home In Blacktall gulch. The funeral will occur at 2 o'clock Thiiritduy afternoon under the auspices of the A. O. U. W. and K. of P. orders, "I have a very good show here to make some money, having enough ground bonded now, If It goes through member Fred J. Williams and th other tory gold ores and of their grand sun-cess, and to that success how much we are Indebted for our present population and prosperity, we did not need this to clear $20,000 by spring. We are ex members of the Williams' family who went from here to the Black Hills several years ago. During th past six of which he was a member; Rev. A. 8. McConuell, pastor of the Congregational church, of this city, will preach the remonstrance from over 600 Roman Catholic not let lea against the pending Immigration bill. 1 he committee on Pacific railroads reported a bill authorising the president to bid on the Kansas Pacific at the coming sale. The feature of the afternoon debase In i lie limine ou ti e army supply bill v;ih the Mpeech by Mcflcllan, son of !.: ;il i'o. H. MrCiellan, deviating ti e army mile better than a clumsily months Mr. Williams has mad a rich strike In mining In the Hills and It testimonial to teach us our duty or obligations to you snd your company, nor as an Incentive to. In the future, jealously guard your property; but we thank you noue the lees sincerely snd assure you that our best efforts ehall funeral mrmon; the remains will be burled In Mount Morlah cemetery. pec ting a big bourn here In the spring as English capital Is being freely Invested. "Dear friends, I would like you to give my denial of the story that I am doing time as wide publicity as possible, and oblige your friend, ALEX CHISHOLM. looks as If be would soon be one of the mine millionaires of the country. He Jss. Crlley, to whom was awarded Mr. Ooulette was born at Toronto, has written to Harry Avery, who has Canada. In 1HD3, making him 35 years the contract by the Deadwood Improve ment company, for sinking Its shaft, at put In considerable time mining In the Hills, saying he struck something good be to merit confidence and repay the obligation. ths head of Sprues gulch, 40 feet deep n the Bear Lake district, and he ssnt if age at his death. He rame to the lllack llllls with his parents In 1880, and settled near Garden City, where he lived until a few years ago, and was en gaged In cutting and hauling cord er, commenced work yestsrday with a " raaessfli, tree, Baa tUan, Cashier. sew Tessas, Tlee4ss j J hi American National Rank ft Mr. Avery some samples of tbe ore Very respectfully, The Dead wood Fire Department, by JAMES FRAWLEY, Chief Engineer. which runs very high. The assays of the rock runs from $10, to a rather crew of four men. Th shaft la 140 feet deep at present, with sand ahalss in th bottom, and Indications ar good for reaching the ore sone within forty wood. During tho past Ave years he large figure and there is said to bs bus devoted his attention to railroad contracting for the h.ahorn company, quits a body of ore. Mr. Williams and THE GRANTZ CITY SQUABBLE. feet. There are 60 feet of water la the his partner have done all th assess The) Only High Crsdw Baking Powder Offered et Moderate Price. PAI1 AMI?? Ba!lin? jMiyjJmUte B Powder at which he was quite successful. Jy dose application to business he accu- shaft, which la being ballad out by th us of th buckst, rathsr a alow process The Qrnnts-Clty squabble over the ment work on th group of claims and 07 BZASWOOS, BOOTH CXXOTA. Does a General Banking Businc:3. Wlllpiy laterest ;xce citirt tf frrrslt, IP 111 ty sad lull ezehaag-oa all parts of the Trailed Stats aad Barope. 7U1 aikn speslaltjr oa all fctads of eeUeetaoaa, aad ail Visuetn nil bs transacted os buslsecs principles u.uUmI a nuiLber of fine teams, a feel enthusiastic over the prospects, as also does Mr. Avery, who has been all right to a portion of upper Main St., took a new turn In circuit court yes but th best at hand. Whsn ths shaft is emptied, Mr. Crlley will put on two home in Blacktall gulch and some other valuable property. For a year or through the Bear Lake section and who terday. The city Instituted condemns mor men and push ths work along became convinced last winter that tlon proceedings and a Jury awarded rapidly. Ths company has a substan HONE SO COOD. longer, he has practically controlled .he oie hauling business of ths Black-tall and Garden City district, which Orant $400 damage. H took Judg would turn out rich. Th frltoda of Mr. Williams will b pleased to hear of ment for th amount; th city deposit &XXin3?QS&3 his good luck. Sioux Fall Journal, d th $400 with th court and took uus proven a profltaU business. Hs was Industrious and lndefallguable la tial whim and rsctatly purchased a nw cable. Ws ar Informed that ths Uardla Mining company, at Two Bit, has drift ed lit feet wssteward from ths shaft, and that ths drift Is la solid ors ths a SAMOBI W. atXraTOt. ef Oelea oax Tsisen. ssiraaaa, auaats aaVCU. Judgment for right of way. Grant re I ma. WHO IS HE? bis efforts o give satisfaction to his tussd to accept the deposit or satisfy syiaeyrsrsjt a J th Judgment and brought suit to en patrons. Mr. Ooulette was an honest, upright, conscientious man; a whole- A well known mining engineer la Join the city from using th street A Happy . this city recently received th follow souled fellow, who was ever ready to Judgs Moor refused to grant the ordor assist anyone In need and had a multl of injunction, set aside th Judgment against th city, returned th deposit and gsve tbi city 20 days la which to Inj letter. Th sam wis published la th E. k If. Journal and also ta th Mining Review. It I Just such warts tude of friends who are dseply grieved and shocked at his untimely death. NEW YEAR Mr. Ooulette leaves a wife and four upon ths noes of eternity who have begin sew condemnation proceedings entire distance, with so signs of being near ths sdgs of ths ors body. It u stated also tha, upraises have been mad at lntsrvals to sxplors th thick-nee of ths ledge sad thst K runs from 20 to S3 feet la thickness. U Is also reported that ths ors ths last two weeks has beea richer thaa heretofore and that it carries as high as I per cent copper. Th company is still working a laxg fore of mn, pushing ths development work rapidly. Ths Chicago children, quite young, who mourn the mads mining a suspicious ouslnrss. Ths probabilities ar that at th next loss of a dovoted husband and Indul Dear Sir: I want a large body of trial of the case the Jury will decide gold claims to serve as a basis of thst Orsnts Is not entitled to any- dam gent father. Mr. Ooulette, sr., aiea j To All about a year and a half ago; the moth IIC.000,000 corporation. For these ages. At least th present court will 17 N T ER er, four sisters and two brothers re claim I will allow $1,000,000 of th meet out luetic to him, somsthlng that h does not want. main and deeply mourn their loss. Ths stock of ths corporation and I poas i in 0 0 o 0 o brothers areTbomia and Archie, who the power to make tbe stock worth $1, aad Two Bit hoist. Is working satis LAND OFFICE REMOVAL. factorily and that shaft Is going down 000,000 la cash. If I get hs property 1 k. X. Y. f. have been associated with him. la his business enterprises. Ths sisters are Our Hearty thank t All w o helps) i to make oar Chrs me trade th beet it has err been. To Oelebrat th event at this rats of t feet a day. Waur does STAETG Under the head of "Capitol Oosslp" sot Interfere with ths work. Opera He was answered: Dear Sir: Yours of Jan. 1 Is recelv- Mrs. Chas. Stevsns, of this city, Mrs. Pe'e- Oodfrey and Mrs. Qus. Mossey, who reside In Blacktall gulch and Mrs. ths Washington correspondent of the tions at th Orsat Eastsra shaft axe ed. I don't know who rou ar and be Plonenr-Tlmee says: going aloag nicely aad the lodloatlcna punciiAS&ns. 'Senator Kyle was "o-day informed Ed Carey, of Alliance Nebraska. we will off r tlii w are good. Ths Orsat Northsra hoist As we have said before Mr. Ooulette ing plant U almost ready for itartl&g by Secretary Biles, of th Interior department, that th paper In th case was t member In good standing of th ap. A. O. U. W. and K. of P. ordsrs and be of A. K. Gardner, who ha been recotn fore going Into a "Ten million dollar deal" I should hav a few references. Respectfully yours, A. D. C To which he replied: You ought to know how to and out. IT.L To which our nglnr aaswsrsd: For a small matter like Ten million dollars, It Isn't worth walls. A. B. 0. mended for register of the land offlce longed to the Central City lodges. In the former or&er he carried a 12,000 at Rapid City, 8. D., would be sent to Can boy their winttr's npy-liti of Grecrkf, THIS, COFFEES, PROVISIONS, JSTO . . . . . . O At th low prioes current before the advance oecaskstl by t? Xtxw Dlngley bill. Ertrythlflj czaept FLCUXt sal , NOT1CB. Jam Hssslgssssr Is bo longer la .ay employ nor Is hs authorised to collect money du m o: oo&tract bills against ma JOB LAWRINSON. life Insurance policy. Three weeks ago th Whit house at one, and th ap at the Instancs of his friend, Fred polntment Is expected to follow In Haines, he took out a 15,000 policy In few days." the Travelers' Accldsnt Insurance Co., "Th contest over ths proposed re moval of ths land office to Deadwood thereby leaving to his widow 17,000 of leooo Remnants Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets and Cotton Dress Goods Of til kinds and descriptions a hlf regular Price). In Addition our entire Stock off at tbe old prioes Insurancs. will probably soon resuK In such re- moral, Senator Kyi said to-day that from the evidence presented the sup ATTENTION K. P. All aMtabers of Msclo Cossa:ls lodge No, I, aad vfcotlng Knlgbu ar requwt ed to meet at ths Castle Hall at II m. TtMirsdsy to extend tbe fuaeral of our deceased Brother Ed. Ooulette. By ordor ot SOL STAR, a C. RECEIVER'S SALE. o o o Harney Peak Tin Mining, Milling and port of the plaa of removal is three to on against It, and h Is Inclined to Manufacturing Co, uphold th land office In changing the By order oi the court I am instructed location of the office to Deadwood." to sell all the personal property of the nn nrn nnnnpn CONCENTRATES. J. E. Butterfiald and Thou. Cross, of Chicago, extensive stockholders la ths Hardin and associate properties of Two Bit, left yesterday for their home. They are more enthusiastic thaa aver ovr their One prospects la Two Bit William Roseabaum sad Henry Shanck, prominent mining men ot Custer, ar lnth city spsadlng a few days with a view to Intereetlag themselve in th Northern Hills. They recently sold s group of claims, Bear Costsr, to sn Omaha syndleat. through Herman Rhlnebold ot that place. Mr. Roseabaum Is aa old Deadwoodlts. i , ) "O. B. Rarendnlt, of Sioux Falls, receivership la th South Dakota at i n D., has arrlvsd la ths city and Is to public or private sale, and la such lots DC OLDEN TXM53 People overlooked the Importance of BsrsBsasatly bsasaeial sffeots sad were Ladies and Ghildrens Goats and Capes i r m.j i mi as I may deem moet advantageous, U U u La y 0 t ) take the departmental examination for the consulate at Beyrouth, Turkey, for satisfied with traaatsBt action; but ow At Half rlce. which position he was receuJy deslg such salee to be completed by the 1st of June, 1398. Th property consists of boilers, snglnes. hoists, compressors, that ft Is generally known that lyrup nated." of rig U1 permaasatly overcome hah k 1 Ae js iiuivii jjiiciijuiif i'i;uir. Hext Doer to Tcztz drills. Jigs, concentrators, furnaces, huddles, etc., with shafting, belting, CAPITAL WANTED FOR A STAMP MILL. Itual ooastlpatloa, wll-!aform4 people will not bay other laxaU res, which sot tor a tlms, bat ftaaUy Injur ths syttsta. By ths gsftalne, mad by th Ualiforala IJg Syrup Co. I and an necessary equipment. Also a II6TeO. I Iar Iln of ml11 n1 m10 supplies Ths lessees of th Ben Hur property la Nevada gulch ar working la a in shoot ot or which wss struck by drift Th- Goods are the Biggest Bargains rver . . . Call and See Them and hardware such as pipes, valves, Ths owners of s well known aad ral m.i. i. -t j. i i t i i !. o ( ( . ) ( uable free-milling property, situated ing on quarslts. Th shoot I about I f j a a unur paa ier m soon s eaijr, MS wim) l all new goods perch! the advance mzA tf unions, couplings, rivets, hammsrs, nails, screws, squire and angle Iron, dull steel, elbows, Rand drill Bttlnga, on Deadwood gulch, desire to errangc with soms one to put a ten, twenty or feet high snd Us width has not yet beea determined. The or rass about IM per ton is gold aad mixed through K is a yellow sand that rvas as high Ingersoll-Sargent fittings, etc. thirty-sump mill oa the property for an Interest la ths mint For partlcn TO THE LADIES, ta tea days ws will opsa three thousand dollars worth of fresh new dry goods, sad will bs plsassd to have you ceil sad get prloss, at Chase's where Utsyssa ehess, loath K&la street $. - iyi. J. WERTHIIEIU 0 BROS. For terms and particulars apply to ths agent of th undersigned at Hill WM t-..4 i ..wu lars enquire of Ell T. Toweaur, or as 170 per too. Ths shoot Is wttala M feet of th aid Ua dividing ths Bsa c ' City, 8. D.. Thomas B. Bart, ot Central City, ft. D. 1-lMsk 3 Main Strttt. A. B. 7XS9UX, fttsstvv. Eur and a Saaaytlda V W W "W W' W W w w w -1

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