The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on July 29, 1899 · Page 1
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The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota · Page 1

Deadwood, South Dakota
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Saturday, July 29, 1899
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The Daily Pioneer-Times. DEADWOOD, S. D. (BLACK HILLS), SATURDAY MOUNINC, JL'LY 29, 1M9. FIVE CENTS. uCfor fo appears to be not a little foundatiouV RAPIDS NEW RAILROAD QT TAKES CALAMBA Confidently Believed That the L Point of LawtorTs April were brought here in an elegant casket, and the son is determined that no expense shall be spared to dignify the funeral. o Four Negros Hang. BATIMORE, Md., July :8. -Special. The death penalty was meted out today to four colored men. Three of them had been convicted of criminal assault upon a white vtoman, and one for murdering his mistress. The executions were all successful. Coad Line Will Soon Be Completed. Expedition Taken By Americans. the enterprises and aeiivity the people of that i ilium un i I y expect to realize sooner or later PreMd. in fun, hius returned to Rapid City iifti r a protracted sojourn in tile east and bus notified the citizens of'tnat town that lie has matters now in shape beyond doubt, to complete the road, upon condition that they will proffer their assistance to the eieiit of glial auleeing that the comp.ui uill n u be annoyed by old creditors luie the work is progressing. He does ice ask a cent of bonus nor anything of thai kind. Inn that the creditors place their judgments or claim, in whatever form t In j may be, in escrow, duly assigned for a i iiihI of six months, with his promise that ihey .slKkll be fully satisfied. Many it Will Be An Important Factor jsidered One of the Mos r Points on 4he In the Development of the Hills. Island. of the laiuis have been discounted or rath Bull Fights in Chicago. CHlCAdO, July U.S. --Special Chief of Police Kiplcy has isKiilhd un order forbidding the proposed bull fights, advertised to take plate in the city Sunday. A number ot prominent Mevicans are pLuming I be aflair. and Ihey declare that (hey will pay no attention to the edict of the chief of police, and that the tights will occur at the time and place advertised. o Brooke May Be Recalled. HAVANA, July 28. Special. The rumor that (itneral 11 rook e would be recalled from the governor generalship has been . , July 28. Special. General er offi is made to accept 5u per cent of the rill tlree thousand Americana cap Win. T. Coad. president and promote of the Ivakoia 6c Wyoniinjf railroad. 1 again at Hapid City endeavoring to at range all Ihe necessary preliminaries in face and in some cases, lees than that. ....n,h straleKic point on the A pul In- meeting! was held at the Har M. J. WERTHHEIMER & BRO. Offer the Following Unheard of reductions in prices fcr this week, all new and Seasonable Goods Children's Hats and Bonnets at 10c, 16caDd26c each, worth from 25c to $1 each, and that is what you have to pay tor the same things elsewhere. All the latest Children's Hats in Straw and Muslin at 50 to 76c worth from $1,00 to $1.76 Bach. Special Reductions in Shirt Waists and Skirts 100 Summer Corsets at 25c each, value 50c. Check Nainsooh at 6c per yard, 200 pieces rf French Ginghams Brundhurget Cloths at 10c per yard. 20 piecesCold Batines at 10c per yard, value 25c Irish Lawn and Crepon at 5c per yard. 60 doz Children's fast black Hose, sizes 5 to 9 at 10c per pair. M. J. Werthheimer & Bro. ton of Upina (le Bay. The Amer- ney hold, Rapid City, on Wednesday ev t ident to renewing operations upon the jjjpj waded thru several miles of enmg, when nearly every business man Li the face of a hot fire from the construction and completion of his propos ed line. in the i own was present and manifested L wd drove the garrison out of the approval of every proposition that had This is the standard gauge railroad that revived and General Wood is prominent Lgba was tne iwjevuve injiui wnu was launched by Mr. Coad about eight or nine years ago. when construction work ly mentioned as likely U) succeed him in L) uton while on his expedition command. The Cubans unquestionably but be was forced to abandon a tendency to encourage the project. )iyis understood that all but a few creditors will comply with Mr. Coad's request by putting their claims In escrow. It Is also reported that the railroad company will be given right of way by the city was carried on the greater part of one sea-son anil eight niiles of the proposed want General Lee as governor general, and Ljct of the town on account of the are applying all the pressure at their com ..ter which would not permit of road were graded and ironed, and the ag gerate of grading work done along the sur main! to effect his appointment as ilrooke's nnnliea across. Calamba will be council, un River street, paralleling the successor. lned br cable and telegraph with Ma. veyod line would be upward of fifteen miles more. Then the funds gave out and Klkhorn track. The It. & W. railroad s total local in ui permanently occupied. o Yellow Fever Stamped Out. WASHINGTON. July :.S. Special. CJen work stopped. The completed portion follows up the debtedness is a little over. $luu,0UO In NTS MAY REMOVE OTIS hlch nearly every man in Rapid City bus picturesque valley of Rapid creek and is direct interest. Mr. Coad asserts that a first-class piece of railroad. The com eral Wood reports that the yellow feve has been effectually stamped out of San tiago, and the health of the city is gen That Lawton and M'Arthur Have pany bad leased a locomotive and a num he has ample capital to finish he road and that most of It is now deposited awaiting Mted Damaging Testimony. ber of flat cars, and for two or three yars e rally good. action of Rapid's citizens. It is estimated YORK, July 28. Special. A excursions were frequently given during the summer seasons and efforts were made that will complete the road to lifloD dispatch to the Journal claims Hobart Regaining Health. Mystic and equip it for business. The cor Initlnt reports have been received in other directions to create tratflc upon MiW i ORK, July 28. Special. The nr department, reflecting discred the road that would result in the compaDy bhoeral Otis, and his management story that Vice President Hobart was suf fering with cancer of the stomach is with obtaining a revenue. This availed but poration has merged into the Dakota Pacific railroad, incorporated about two years ago, Mr. Coad says, under the laws of this state mpaign in the Philippine islands. little. out iounuation. His physicians sav hp Is u further that these reports are Then came the financial crisis of 18'.i3, fast regaining his health. jxnurruTjarLnxuuijruirm llMUtitute grounds for the remov- Of course there is a difference of'opin- with its many reverses and disasters. Mr. jwral Otis from command in the Coad spent almost his entire time in the oTi at Rapid as to whotneror not Mr. O : Injunction Made Permanent. The injucilon case of I. A. Webb, pub Coad's latest proposition is fully backf"!" BM ,and perhaps a court martial, pmof the charges that have be'ti j cast among capitalists and never for a moment relaxed In his efforts to enlist sup- up and are those who snake tneir have not been made public. heads and say nothing, allho doubt is ex Mrt for his project. Several times be pressed by their actions. But what the returned to Rapid City, upon the promises of amide backing by men he had inter outcome will be remains to be seen. It TROUBLE IN MEXICO generally hoped, at Deadwood, as well as at Rapid and in the southern Mills, that ested, to put matters in shape for resuming work ami carrying his scheme to completion, but invariably some secret i:i- fas Are Killing and Plunder- lisher of the Ueadwood Kvening Independent, aguinst Matt I'luukett, .heriff of lawrence county, and the 'Jreat Western Type Foundry, of Omaha, wherein Webb sought an order of the court to restrain the sale of certain type and other material that constitute a part of the plant usjd in publishing the Independent, was beard by Judge Moore yesterday, and the restraining order was made permanent, pending the final hearing of the case at the reg he enterprise will materialize as it will land Demand Attention. pen a large section of rich country and lence was brought to bear upon his back mi mm ml paper! 'Some times her narrow kitchen walla Stretched away Into stately halls." This happened to Maud Muller, but my prices on wall paper make it possible for It to happen to everybody. My stock Is entltrely new and up to date. I cannot tell you about the handsome designs. You are especially Invited to see them. PAINTS! PAINTS! Now Is the time to paint your house. Remember that my store la headquarters for all kinds of paints and painters' supplies, esntclally for the NEW ERA MIXED PAINT. Every can warranted to cover more surface and last longer than any paint made. Come In and ret color cards and study color sffsats. The Old Reliable Druttiat, fiSO, Texas, July 28. Special. The increase the output of tne lilaeK Hills WiM situation In Mexico is be- ers and nothing was done. i-maiiy ie creditors levied upon and took possession ! kartotis. The Indians are in op?n of the locomotive. The Hack was tor n License Case in September Hi ire killing and pillaging the uu where it crossed the hlKhorn road ami EVHtngtog defenseless women and ular term of circuit court .at which it wil rifCKRE. Julv 28. SiKfCial. The case of at wagon road crossings; a number of th iSa, (be bodies of their victim be necessary to pass upon a point of law cars were derailed and here and there th Slate vs. Clarence U. Bradford was brought from Meado county on writ of Th type foundry holds a chattel mortgage the road bed has been damaged by torrents Dili Is determined to crush I mobilizing troops to carry upon the material, for 200 and Interest error today, and arguments on it before of surface water from the hillsides abov fatermloatlon of the Indian lead The summers' warmth has brought and foreclosure proceedings were started the fore part of the present month, the sale being advertised to take place two forth great growths of sunflowers and ran the supreme court have been set for Sept. i . This case is the one which will be presented to test the liquor license question weeds that have hidden the road bed from view and the winters' snows have burled J weeks ago today. The sheriff bad made ISM DOMINGAN RUMOR UN nniMlNRAM RltUTtB vvmiiiunii 1 1 v iti v 1 1 Deadwood, S.D. KIRK G. PHILLIPS. 5 It out of sight at times. During all tbes (-,. I t the levy In the regular form, and had left SiTtat the malerlal ln Webb'g fustJy- Juat be in the state which has been decided by Judge Moore ln the Eighth circuit, to have Hat the United State Wil the United Statei Will years the "Dusty and Windy" has lal fore the hour advertised for the sale Webb '! Provisional Government. dormant and an eye-aore to the Rapid City people. They will often cast their eyes un the valley, where a thick hedge of rWTON, Jul, 28.-SpeclaL The been set aside by constitutional amendment, and by Judge Smith, of the First circuit, to have been in no way affected by the constitutional provision. replevined the material. On the following: Monday the type foundry put up a redelivery bond, and again became in legal fm Orleani, now at Newport, and weeds rises prominently above the green PW Kactuaa, at St. Thomas, hav 4 I I .. V. .. n1n.. 1 . U H .. V, V, ...... If -j. II fuoQcoaiitu ii luc jiaui, aiiuu nruu wio meadows and marks the "railroad" an THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK proceed Immediately Jpfjg- ,,,,, cugtodJw by the sheriff. The waters with a deep sigh and sorrowful look, re lieve their remorse in whispers, "The sad to protect Amen- toTeciog9a-faB then advertised to taite the Island In the event cf place today, but the court's restraining dest of all, it might have been." ''to, rtach ia threatened on ac- una, order again beads It off. However, the wreck may be restored If tie fa A tMawlnatlou of President Rice & Policy are the attorneys for Webb the steel rails which have a thick coating wild rumor la also afloat and the point they raised was that the mortgagor had never been given a true of rust, by exposure to the years of storms jkHtltrt statea will establish a pro- Deadwood, South Dakota. RESOURCES: March 5th, 1895, $256,199.69 March 1st, 1899, $642,815.00 Wentment on the island DendiuK may soon oe Drigntenea oy activity aim use and the road bed may be kept so agl of tranquil times. copy of the mortgage ,as rer.uired by the South Dakota statutes, under the last session laws. N. T. Mason, who appeared In tated by the frequently passing trains that all vegetation wtu disappear frofa 'he court yesterday for the mortgagee, there right of way. Some Rapid Cityites have (.'"W Will Receive Dewey. '"tr 2l-Bpecial. Extensive r ut Mder way for reception anil n : . fore agreed to the pennauent, restraining dreams of the future of this enterprise and they are talented dreamers. They can I w nen be stops at Mar- see, first, the road In operation and trains order until 'it has been fully determined in court whether or not the mortgage held by the type foundry Is valid under the statutes. This leaves Webb in possession of the plant for the prese.nt. running to and fro, then the thought Branches of Banking Business Transacted, f wita tome. The French pro outdone in rendering hom I America naval hero. comee to mem lorcioiy 01 a ranuniiuu with the B. & M.. at Mystic and competi tion, for Rapid City people pay freight rates that are excessively out of propor Lloyd Tevis Dead. Lloyd Tevis, who has betn the president of thp Hnmestake Mining ropany for the fv Farley Threatened. D, July 2g.-Specua.-A men i been sent to Mayor Far Pfllteil.. ... ... tion. It U also confidently expected mat DRAFTS ISSUED on China, Manila, Havana, Porto Rica, Africa, England, Franca, Germany and all Parts of the World, at lowast ...arket ratas. the road will be. extended westward and Acts gently on the , "re on account of the past twenty years, died at his home i San Francises. Tuesday. July 2:, of a con Kidneys, Liver possibly go to the Pacific coast, and eastward to Sioux aFUs. Where connections can be made with several trunk lines. They also expect to see, within a very few years Tootivp chill Mr Tevis was one of the iathown In auppreaain the " H'' rsldence scarfed. M Precaution ia being , (rernt anjr demonstration of COLLECTIONS made carefully and accounted for promptly. We are prepared to Furnish money at Reasonable Rates of interest to any extent Warranted by borrowers responsibility orcollaterals. and Bowels principal owners of Homestake stock, Ve. with George U. Hearst and J. B. Haggin being the three original purchasers of il.e nmrvprtv Mr. Tevis was ;r. vears of age. r,EAN5ES THE SYSTEM r rrpT-z-Tlllll I TTTTH IS MSTINCTIVEXjT ! EFFECTUALLY and was a native of Kentucky Ix ing born at Shelbyvllle In 1824. His estate is valued .,.imotoiv tsn.OOO. He was one of a number of reduction plants along the pretty stream, to be Supplied with ores from the embryo district which the Dusty and Windy is designed to develop. It is said that along and adjacent to the proposed line are numerous mines that are capable of producing ores sufficient to supply a number of large mills for many years to come ,and that these ores will run from U to $10 in free milling and from i-, in. I-.ft hi rebellious or smelting. It is h "eelw J - the well known capitalists of the country. fWill Not Testify. y" bs Informed' or Count-i r W teatty t the ISstl Dreyfua. Esterbaiy la Accounts of Banks. Corporations and Individuals and was one of the most successful mining solicited. Oorrospoud enoo Invited. - men of hii time. He was until recently . ,' . nt thtrt Anaconda N4BITUAL CONS' ,UAL PERMANENTLY one or tne cniei u"" copper mine at Butte. Mont., disposing ... bis Interest there at the time Marcus Daly aold out. Out of the Anaconda sale known that in the Pactola and Sheridan districts large bodies of high grade copper DIRECTORS: W.E. ADAMS. JOHN TREBER. HARRIS FRANKLIN, PrasldanL BEN BAEst, Vice Pra aidant- i Remain, in ChicagiT t ! -Pil-TH re-KMUntiary yeaUrda, but tmc cPMuiN - MiN'r o By be realized $9,000,000. He left a wire. aona and a daughter. ores have ieen opened, while the entire section between Rapid and the .B. M. road promises some surprising developments in gold bearing ores. Rapid City Btomarck Ton Wedelataedt. Osteopathic SELBIE. CaaMar. 'mmM, uti been SpwUlUt and Physician. Offlc. n w "" y a too. of tfc has many natural advantages and there rot wuiwnMin rmu I Creek. . . i

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