One of a Kind Deadwood Residents

Those With Titles

Prof and Dr L. D. Youngblood, Rejuvenizer and Snake Oil Inventor
Prof Carl C. Zeus, Pencil Protrait Artist
Prof Henry Newton, Geologist
Prof Archer, Rollerskater
Prof Louis Melze, Dance School Instructor
Prof D. L. Mullen, Dance School Instructor
Prof Weyman, Ventriloquist
Maj George W. Brazee, Judge and Attorney, Women's Rights
Maj Thomas M. Newson, Author, Dramatic Lecture and Musical Entertainment

Prof and Dr. L. D. Youngblood

Youngblood, Dr. L.D. develops rejuvenizer
Sep 23 1876
In regard to: Youngblood, L.D.

Youngblood rejuvenizer add, McKinney, Philips agent
Oct 14 1876
In regard to: Youngblood Rejuvenizer

Youngblood, Lorenzo D. in court
Jun 05 1877,
In regard to: Youngblood, Lorenz

Youngblood, Lorenzo D. found not guilty
Jun 09 1877
In regard to: Youngblood, Lorenz

Youngblood, Prof. preserving philanthropists
Jun 25 1877
In regard to: Youngblood, Lorenzo D.

Prof. at Fort Benton manufacturing his bitters
Jul 06 1878,
In regard to: Youngblood,

Youngblood, L.D. disolved his business
Jul 28 1877
In regard to: Youngblood, L.D.

Prof Carl C. Zeus

Zeus, Prof. Carl C. taking sketches of Deadwood
Jul 10 1877
In regard to: Zeus, Carl C. Prof of Grand Island, NE

Zeus, Carl C. Prof "Picturesque America" draw Black Hills
Jul 21 1877
In regard to: Zeus, Carl C. Prof

Prof. Carl C. Zeus and Harry J. Norton artist sketch
Apr 25 1878
In regard to: Click Norton, Harry J.
In regard to: Zeus, Carl C. Prof

Prof. Zeus pencil protraits of prominent citizens
May 09 1878
In regard to: Zeus, Carl C. Prof

Scenery or portraits, P.O. Box 194, Deadwood, Gayville
Aug 21 1878
In regard to: Zeus, Carl C. Prof

Black Hills Pictorial Album, issued in Harpers
Sep 24 1878
In regard to: Zeus, Carl C.


Prof Henry Newton

Newton, Prof. Henry died at age 30 geologist
Aug 06 1877
In regard to: Newton, Henry

Newton, Prof. Henry was Sir Isaac Newton's grandson
Aug 06 1877
In regard to: Newton, Henry

Newton, Prof. Henry's embalmed body makes trip home
Aug 30 1877
In regard to: Newton, Henry

Prof Archer

Archer, Prof. good roller skater, Bonanza Hall
Dec 12 1877
In regard to: Archer,

Prof fitting up Arcade for skating rink, Sherman S
Nov 12 1878
In regard to: Archer,
In regard to: Arcade Building

Prof in charge of Oyster Bay during Ruggles absence
Oct 03 1879
In regard to: Archer,

Prof Louis Melze

Many Belles were present at Ohio House dance
Jan 26 1878
In regard to: Ohio House
In regard to: Elizabethtown

Prof. Melze to teach latest dance steps
Feb 19 1878
In regard to: Ohio House

Prof. Melze opens dancing school at Ohio House
Feb 20 1878
In regard to: Melze, Louis

Prof. Melze's dancing school largely attended
Feb 21 1878
In regard to: Melze, Louis

H.S. Gaar and Son, Ohio House lower Main St. Deadwood
Oct 01 1878
In regard to: Ohio House

Prof D. L. Mullen

In charge of the floor at the social dance
Nov 16 1878
In regard to: Mullen, D.L.

Instructions in dancing, classes now forming
Dec 14 1878
In regard to: Mullen, D.L.

Prof opens dancing school at Stewarts Hall
Dec 17 1878
In regard to: Mullen, D.L.

Prof giving dance lessons to men, women and children
Dec 20 1878
In regard to: Mullen,

Season ticket to dancing school an appropriate gif
Dec 25 1878
In regard to: Mullen, D.L.

Waltzes, schottishches and polkas taught by Prof
Dec 31 1878
In regard to: Mullen, D.L.

Prof Weyman

Prof. Weyman ventriloquist, Union Brewery
Jul 18 1878
In regard to: Weyman,

Family soiree, Prof. Weyman ventriloquist
Jul 18 1878
In regard to: Union Brewery

Tricks and powers as ventriloquist as good as any
Aug 08 1878
In regard to: Wyman,
In regard to: Blue Bird

Maj George W. Brazee

That great defender of Woman's Rights, Gift of Gab
Jan 29 1878
In regard to: Brazee,

Maj Brazee moves law office over Star and Bullock
Mar 28 1878
In regard to: Brazee, George W.

Will stump the county in favor of democratic ticke
Aug 12 1878
In regard to: Brazee,

Is now a judge down at Click Leadville, CO
Mar 05 1880
In regard to: Brazee, George W.

Maj Thomas M. Newson Alias Timothy Muggins Newson

Visiting Hills in interest of business investments
Jul 09 1877
In regard to: Newson,

One of the oldest editors in Minnesota in town
Jul 09 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Major referred to as "Old Science" discusses quart
Aug 06 1877
In regard to: Newson,

Newson, Major of Central gives sermon
Sep 19 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Newson, Maj writes drama of Black Hills
Oct 24 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Newson, Maj raise funds for Central Public Library
Oct 24 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Central, Maj Newson does reading for library fund
Oct 24 1877
In regard to: Central City

Newson, Maj discovers Empire State lode
Nov 05 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Newson, Major to read "Life in the Black Hills"
Nov 06 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Newson, Maj dramatic lecture and musical entertainment
Nov 15 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.
In regard to: Central

Will edify the people with his dramatic lecture
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Newson,

Newson, Major T.M. "Dramitized Lecture, Life in Black Hills
Nov 22 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Newson, Maj needs to pay his bills
Dec 08 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Newson, Maj will pay his bills
Dec 12 1877
In regard to: Newson, T.M.

Reported Lurline Monte Verde arriving in Hills
Jan 07 1878
In regard to: Newson, T. M.
In regard to: ClickMadame Vestal alias Lurline Monte Verde alias Belle Siddons
Female Gambler from Denver

Drama of Life In The Black Hills, a farce
Mar 27 1878
In regard to: Newson, Thomas M.

Author, fear he will return to this area again
Apr 27 1878
In regard to: Newson, Thomas M.

Sitting Bull show.
Sept. 10, 1884
Rumor that Sitting Bull will receive $100 a week for allowing
Ehle Allen and Major Newson to "show" him through the country.
Permission given by the department because
it is a good means of educating the Sioux chieftain.
In regard to: Sitting Bull.
In regard to: Allen, Ehle.
In regard to: Newson, Thomas M.
In regard to: McLaughlin.

Timothy Muggins re-surfaces.
May 10, 1887
The notorious T.M. Newsom, familiarly known in the early days of the Hills
as "Timothy Muggins," is in the middle of discussion at St. Paul
concerning presence of gold at Vermillion.
In regard to: Newson, Thomas M.

The Mining Professors and The Aftermath, Everyone in Deadwood Has A Title

If you can't recall his name, just address him as "Professor"

"It looked like old times yesterday morning to see expert witnesses going off in livery carriages with boxes of cigars and glass things with holes in them, to examine mines that are new in controversy. It was a little like the water election, with less money in sight. March 19, 1884"

Professah Maggy's Hits, S.A.S. Maggy

May 27 1880
In regard to: Stand By Mine – Near By Mine
In regard to: Savage Tunnel - Average Tunnel
In regard to: Rochford - Scotchford
In regard to: Rhoderick Dhu Mine - Moderate Dew Mine
In regard to: McMaster, Samuel - Mr McMistress
In regard to: Father DeSmet Mine - Mother D. Smet Mine
In regard to: Caledonia Mine - Alledonia Mine
In regard to: Maggy, S.A.S.

Professor Maggy defends our ring bosses
Jun 23 1880
In regard to: Maggy, S.A.S.

Another railroad scheme from Prof Maggy
Nov 10 1880
In regard to: Railroads
In regard to: Maggy, S.A.S.


Prof Walter P. Jenney, "Gold is Where You Find It"

"Investors go on a book l'arn'd rock sharps report
Detriment he has done to the Hills must be overcome"

Jennie, Prof. discovers mine
May 09 1877
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P. Prof

Spring Creek lode discovered by Prof Jennie
May 09 1877
Inregard to: Spring Creek Mine

Report upon the agriculture, climate and resources
Mar 19 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof who led expedition 3 yrs ago is in town
Oct 25 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Came into town with Prof Jenny to examine mines
Oct 26 1878
Inregard to: Beard, W.A.
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P. Prof

Young man who led government prospecting party
Oct 26 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

First to explore the Black Hills incognita in Deadwood
Oct 27 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof and A.D. Foote went out on an expedition
Nov 05 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof is quartered with W.A. Beard
Nov 08 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof testing mines for eastern capitalists
Nov 12 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Examined camp at Rochford, believes it rich
Dec 06 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P. Prof

Rochford to keep 1000 mills pounding 1000 years
Dec 06 1878
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P. Prof

All about our coal banks and the quality of fuel
Jan 15 1879
Inregard to: Jenney,

Prof learned from books that gold was not in Hills
Feb 04 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

"Gold is where you find it", Prof Jenny says
Feb 05 1879
Inregard to: Alpha Mine
Inregard to: Father DeSmet Mine
Inregard to: Giant Mine
Inregard to: Homestake Mine
Inregard to: Old Abe Mine
Inregard to: Omega Mine
Inregard to: Rattler Mine
Inregard to: Reno Mine

Professor Jennys testimony given in district court
Feb 05 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof left for San Francisco favorably impressed
Feb 22 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Professor Jenny is back from California
Apr 28 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Payed visit to Rochford, very pleased with outlook
May 10 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof said to consider Rochford the center of wealth
May 10 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

An 8' vein of $54 ore has been struck
May 31 1879
Inregard to: Elkhorn Mine

Prof took party of ladies and men to Bald Mtn mines
Jun 05 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Could Prof, or some rock sharp look at rock sample
Jun 10 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Miner writes letter to paper on its mining article
Jun 13 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof has changed his mind about gold in the Black Hills?
Jun 14 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

One of the men to come in with Jenney, at Custer
Jun 21 1879
Inregard to: Sanders, Jim

In the Bear Butte district inspecting the mines
Jul 18 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Professor needed 5 lbs of beef to restore strength
Jul 25 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof was again in the witness box yesterday
Jul 27 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof says prospects from Lexington Mine the best
Jul 30 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof is pounding rocks in the vicinity of Custer
Aug 10 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof feels veins in south richer below water level
Aug 17 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Said Elkhorn Mine was only good as stone polish mine
Sep 14 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.
Inregard to: Elkhorn Mine, An 8' vein of $54 ore has been struck May 31 1879

Inman brought in piece of Prof limestone rock
Sep 18 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof rushing around streets with $10,000. rock
Nov 08 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Professor Jenny is in the city again
Dec 04 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof among experts who examined Florence Mine
Dec 10 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Friends guying him, Judge sat on him in Gopher cas
Dec 16 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Prof is getting to be quite a miner
Dec 20 1879
Inregard to: Jenney, W.P.

Wisconsin company extensively developing property
Jan 03 1880
Inregard to: Elkhorn Mine

Young, yoping, down east book l'arned rock sharp
Jan 23 1880
Inregard to: Jenney,

What Prof Jenney is doing for the Black Hills
Jan 23 1880
Inregard to: Homestake Mining Company

Prof tested the water in wells around town
Jan 24 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Rochford and Spruce Gulch mines
Jan 24 1880
Inregard to: Jenney,

Straight sow-belly is as good as professors opinion
Feb 06 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Strawberry gulch miners want to get a hold of him
Feb 28 1880
Inregard to: Jenney,

Investors go on a book l'arn'd rock sharps report
Feb 17 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Detriment he has done to the Hills must be overcome
Mar 02 1880
Inregard to: Jenney,

Prof hit square between the eyes by Chronicle
Mar 03 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Much to the chagrin of our great expert rock sharp
Mar 03 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Organization that is needed in Deadwood
Mar 06 1880
Inregard to: Jenney,

Professah gave one of his most withering looks
Mar 07 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Prof has gone to the southern camps
Mar 11 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Our new correspondent gives chapter on Prof Jenney
Mar 11 1880
Inregard to: Spruce Gulch

Prof Jenny is back
from the southern camps
Mar 20 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Old notions don't stand here
Mar 20 1880
Inregard to: Jenney,

Whatever he advances as opinion finds stock takers
Apr 01 1880
Inregard to: Jenny,

Banefulness of our average mining expert
Apr 02 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Poem-On The Professah's Report
Apr 03 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

We assume he saw Edisons electric sluicing machine
Apr 03 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P. Prof.

Report on minerals as interesting as reading dictionary
Apr 07 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Importance of water to mining
Apr 18 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Verbal opinion by our professah
Apr 20 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Report on the Black Hills from the Bullion
May 12 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Sent crystals to N.Y. to see if they are diamonds
May 25 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Hasn't jumped the county but would be good if he did
May 28 1880
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Assayer contradicts Prof Jennys opinion of mines
Jun 01 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

New York Mining News protection of Prof.'s reports
Jul 11 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Jenny is liar, a rogue unfit to report on mines
Jul 23 1880
Inregard to: Oro Fino Mine
Inregard to: Simpson, Nick
Inregard to: Wishart, Nau.

Times Newspaper censured by his personal friends
Jul 23 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Miner after Prof Jenny
Jul 24 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

What has become of Prof Jenny?
Aug 07 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Prof came in on Sidney coach, absent several months
Aug 20 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Hills folks will never forget the dirt he done the Hills
Aug 20 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Prof receives unfavorable review in Custer City
Oct 03 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.

Prof and mother left for the east this morning
Oct 10 1880
Inregard to: Jenney, Walter P.
Inregard to: Jenney, L., Mrs

Professor has condemned
Deadwood Gulch
Jan 16 1881
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Has taken contract to carry scientist Jenny 1 year
Jul 15 1881
Inregard to: Gilmer, Jack, Stage Lines
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Waiting for arrival of Prof. Jenny
Oct 18 1881
Inregard to: McMaster,
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Expected in Deadwood, McMaster will give him job
Oct 18 1881
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Conklin relates experience with professor
Jan 30 1882
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Early reminiscences of Prof Jenney's research
May 05 1882
Inregard to: Jenney,

Prof among notables
attending Denver Expo
Aug 27 1882
Inregard to: Jenny, Professor

Prof made application for patents in Idaho mines
Oct 14 1882
Inregard to: Jenney,

Looking for copy of Prof's report on Black Hills
Feb 24 1883
Inregard to: Jenny, W.P.

Prof has been in Wood River country examining mine
Aug 09 1883
Inregard to: Jenney,

Prof building boardinghouse at mine, Wood River
Sep 14 1883
Inregard to: Jenney,

Jack Simmons received a letter from Professor Jenney lately that told of his trip to the Coeur d'Alene mines, from which place the professor had just returned to Wood River. He spoke of seeing Bill Stillwell there with a claim and full of hope.
December 16, 1883
Inregard to: Simmons, Jack.
Inregard to: Jenney.
Inregard to: Stillwell, Bill.

Harry J. Norton, Pioneer Newspaper Reporter
Black Hills Newsletter and Mineral Belt Tunnel Report

In report of Mineral Belt Tunnel leaks information. Publishes book entitled "Birds-Eye View of the Black Hills".
New York man complained of being taken in by him.

Norton, Harry J. of Virginia City in Deadwood
Jun 22 1877
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Norton, Harry J. of Virginia City in Deadwood
Jun 22 1877
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Norton, of the Pioneer is ill
Sep 19 1877
In regard to: Pioneer Newspaper

Norton, Harry of the Pioneer has been ill, thin
Sep 21 1877
In regard to: Pioneer Newspaper

Thrown about 70 feet, hack breaks down
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

News Letter and Black Hills Reporter
Jan 22 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

To get information together for reports
Jan 31 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Harry Norton's Black Hills News Letter well liked
Feb 01 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Sent Harry Norton's Letter to U.S. Senators
Feb 02 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Returned from Cheyenne where he met his family
Feb 15 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Territorial executive committee meeting
Feb 18 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Ad agent for Pacific Rural and Scientific Press
Feb 20 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Meeting of the New Executive Committee on New Territory
Feb 21 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Report by Norton accepted by New Territory Commission
Feb 22 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

News Letter and Black Hills Mining Reporter
Feb 22 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

News Letter is now out and on sale
Feb 26 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Compiled written report of meeting with amendment
Feb 26 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Agent for L. Murrin wholesale liquor
Apr 06 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Disturbs neighbors with "Go to sleep, my ba-a-by"
Apr 08 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

House for sale cheap
Jun 02 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Long letter written on Montanians in the Black Hills
Jun 07 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Mrs Norton and daughter will visit east for summer
Jun 22 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Garden City hydraulic stock for sale
Jun 22 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Excursion Extraordinary to military camp
Jul 02 1878
In regard to: Norton, H.J.

Advance guard of those extraordinary excursionists
Jul 03 1878
In regard to: Norton, H.J.

Home leased to John Treber, Centennial Ave.
Jul 20 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Bullion Racket
Sep 01 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Heard from indirectly, in New York, to return here
Oct 31 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Returned from his extended eastern visit last night
Nov 05 1878
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Mineral Belt Tunnel Company
Dec 12 1878
In regard to: Norton, H.J.
In regard to: Whitton, J.M.
In regard to: Thompson, J Leslie
In regard to: Kello, R.H.
In regard to: Cooper, J. Mastin

Negotiated the sale of Silver Star Mine
Dec 20 1878
In regard to: Norton, H.J.

Sold to New York parties for $6,000.
Dec 20 1878
In regard to: Silver Star Mine

In report of Mineral Belt Tunnel leaks information
Jan 25 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Can testify as to Knights journalistic abilities
Feb 03 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

In Deadwood
Feb 27 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Leaves Deadwood
Mar 11 1879
In regard to: Norton, H.J.

Now located in New York City
Apr 24 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Book entitled "Birds-Eye View of the Black Hills"
May 31 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Now in New York supervising book publication
Jun 18 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Interviewed seven mines in Lincoln Terr., Georgia
Jul 11 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

New York man complained of being taken in by him
Aug 06 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Reported to be at Leadville CO
Nov 30 1879
In regard to: Norton, Harry J.

Professor Joseph Taylor, London Mining Expert

Prof supervising the work being done on City Creek
Sep 24 1879
In regard to: Taylor,

Prof examined Welcome group of mines, leaving
Feb 06 1883
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph.

Prof, London mining expert, reports on Berkshire Mine
Mar 07 1883
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph

Captain Flormann and Prof Taylor visited the Carbonate camp
yesterday, and will return to Laflin today.
Nov. 8, 1884
In regard to: Flormann, Robert.
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph.

Prof J. Taylor was arrested at the instance of Matt Laflin,
president of Greenwood Mining Company. Sampling continues
at the mine but not with encouraging results.
Feb. 10, 1885
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph.
In regard to: Hammond, I. B.
In regard to: Greenwood Mine.
In regard to: Laflin, Mathew.

The saintly Prof Taylor.
May 10, 1885
Rapid City Journal says letter received from Professor Taylor
referring to Laflin's liberal offers of settlement.
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph.
In regard to: Laflin, Mathew.
In regard to: Flormann, Robert.

Prof encamped at Chicago.
May 23, 1885
Chicago area reports Prof Taylor there encamped,
with avowed intention of pushing his suit for damages.
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph.
In regard to: Laflin, Mathew.

Prof Taylor reported hung in Mexico.
Feb. 17, 1887
Republican reports that letters from Mexico
say Prof Taylor of Greenwood mine notoriety,
was reported having been hung in that country.
In regard to: Greenwood Mining Company.
In regard to: Taylor, Joseph.

Professor Jack Simmons Feels Stock Went Down Because of Professor Title

Prof Jack Simmons, of the Caledonia Mine
Apr 21 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

"Prof" Jack Simmons is good
Apr 21 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

What "Prof" Jack Simmons's report did
Apr 29 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Simmons feels stock went down because of Prof title
Apr 29 1879
In regard to: Caledonia Mine
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

"Prof" Simmons effects are slowly wearing off
May 02 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Negotiated the sale of the Pierce Mine for $75,000
May 17 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Gone with wife to New York for six weeks
Jun 17 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Of the Standby Mine, gone to N.Y. to stock mine
Jun 25 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Looking to the camps of the southern hills
Sep 26 1879
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Back from tour through Southern Hills camps
Apr 26 1881
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Leaves for Battle creek with Russell
Jul 19 1881
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Brings mining men to visit "Times" office
Aug 02 1881
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Started out for Battle Creek hydraulic region
Aug 05 1881
In regard to: Simmons, J.A.

Professor Cherry, Mine Sale, Blackmail and Assassination

McMaster, A. owner of Clara No. 1
Jul 29 1876
In regard to: McMaster, Angus

Partner in Giant Lode Co.
Oct 07 1876
In regard to: Gay, William
In regard to: Gay, A.H.

Giant mine on Gold Run lie parallel to Clara
Dec 23 1876
In regard to: Giant Mine

Clara No. 1 within boundaries of the Giant Lode
Jan 06 1877
In regard to: Clara Mine No 1

Giant lode and Clara lode settle difference
Apr 21 1877
In regard to: McMaster, Angus
In regard to: McTigue, John
In regard to: Pearson, John
In regard to: Ingoldsby, M.J.
In regard to: Gay, Alfred H.
In regard to: Feay, A.T.
In regard to: Elliot, L.P.
In regard to: Dawson, John
In regard to: Coyle, Frank

Gaint Lode tons of free gold ore
May 24 1877
In regard to: Giant Mine

McMaster and Co. sell mines to Prof. Cherry
Jun 27 1877
In regard to: McMaster,

Cherry, Prof. bought Giant lode, Clara No.1, $30,000
Jun 30 1877
In regard to: Cherry, Prof
In regard to: Giant Lode, Giant Mine $15,000
In regard to: Clara Mine No 1 $15,000

Sevenoaks and Hale attempted to blackmail Prof. Cherry
Jul 16 1877
In regard to: Sevenoaks, J.
In regard to: Hale, H.F.

Giant and Clara mines sale not completed
Jul 21 1877
In regard to: Giant Mine

Attempted assination claimed by Sevenoaks
Jul 23 1877
In regard to: Little Giant Mine
In regard to: Jewetts Bar Room

Attempted assination had taken wings to unknown
Jul 23 1877
In regard to: Sevenoaks, J.

Sevenoaks, J. charges by public to be printed
Sep 28 1877
In regard to: Sevenoaks, J.

Giant and Clara mines, J. Sevenoaks tries to sale
Sep 29 1877
In regard to: Giant Mine

Explanation of J. Sevenoaks by
Sep 29 1877
In regard to: McMaster, Angus
In regard to: Ingoldsby, M.J.
In regard to: Gay, William

Cherry, Prof in court
Oct 05 1877
In regard to: Cherry,

Dispute with partner in San Francisco, gunfire
Dec 23 1877
In regard to: Sevenoaks, John

Struck by a party of bulldozers, run off property
Jun 03 1878
In regard to: Little Giant Mine

Sell Little Giant Mine for $4,000 to McKirahan
Sep 18 1878
In regard to: Spillner and Shaw

Deadwood's Long Haired Painter, Bigamist and Skip Artist
S. F. Wood

Has skipped out of the country
Jun 14 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

Modern Samson and Deliah
Jun 15 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

Bigamous Wood at Iron Creek, two wives after him
Jun 22 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

The woes of Professor Wood, long haired painter
Jun 25 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

S.F. Wood brought from camp, twice hanged
Jun 25 1878
In regard to: Nuttallville

Bigamist brought from camp between here and Pactola
Jun 25 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

S.F. Wood, that cowhided Billy Nuttall, has skipped the area
Jun 14 1878
In regard to: Nuttall, Billy

Accounts For Sale
Jul 01 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

Professor S.F. Woods, long haired artist, hung
Jul 24 1878
In regard to: Wood, S.F.

Not dead living in Cheyenne, wants 2nd wife there
Aug 14 1878
In regard to: Wood, F.S.

Famous Chicago Comedian and Unrivaled Impersonator
Edward Barrett Comes to Deadwood

Metropolitan Theatre Farce
"When the Railroad Comes into Deadwood"

The famous Chicago comedian arrived, at Overland
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 16 1879

Chicago??s favorite comedian to appear at Metropolitan
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 16 1879

One of the best comedians to ever appear in Hills
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 17 1879

Was around getting acquainted, made good impression
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 17 1879

All who saw him in Chicago want to see him again
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 19 1879

Has splendid musical voice, plus his comic ability
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 20 1879

The greatest comedian who has yet visited Deadwood
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 21 1879

Managers to be congratulated for securing Barrett
In regard to: Metropolitan
Aug 23 1879

Has taken the town by storm in unrivaled impersonator
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 23 1879

The boys all say he is a "whale"
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 24 1879

Has a part that fits him like a glove
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 27 1879

Kept the audience convulsed with laughter
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 28 1879

To play Gravely in comedy "Our Innocent Pastor"
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 30 1879

Won new honors as old sexton, Our Innocent Pastor
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 31 1879

To reap new honors by impersonation of poor husband
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Sep 04 1879

The favorite comedian of Metropolitan Co to appear
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Sep 10 1879

Assurance that audience will be kept in good humor
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Sep 13 1879

Comedian will take his farewell benefit
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Sep 16 1879

Farce of "When the Railroad Comes Into Deadwood"
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Sep 17 1879

Benefit filled the house, audience kept in a roar
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Sep 18 1879

The Vincents, Charles Vincent and Wife Georgie Morrell
Vincents Are a Success in Drawing Big Houses Gem Theatre

Serio-comic Song and Character Sketch Artists
Vincent Combination Troupe, 1879 - 1880 Deadwood

Among the new performers at the Gem Theatre
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie also stage name Georgie Morrell
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jul 12 1879

In Deadwood, with wife and child
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jul 12 1879

No doubt the finest sketch artist on American stage
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 15 1879

Kept the audience in a continuous roar of laughter
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jul 15 1879

Miss Morrel sang some new and sparkling comic songs
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 15 1879

In song and dance, "Where Golden Lilies Cluster"
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 16 1879

Proved himself an artist of great merit
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jul 16 1879

Are a success and are drawing big houses at Gem
In regard to: Vincents, The
Jul 18 1879

Are drawing big houses which they richly deserve
In regard to: Vincents, The
Jul 20 1879

Packed every night since Vincents arrival
In regard to: Gem Theatre
In regard to: Vincents, The
Jul 22 1879

Singing is superior to that of any artist
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 22 1879

Performance cannot be surpassed in any large city
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jul 29 1879

Miss Morrell's performance cannot be surpassed
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 29 1879

Miss Morrells serio-comic songs were refreshing
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 30 1879

Character sketches were refreshing and entertaining
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie
Jul 30 1879, p.1 , col.2

Always sure to please the audience at Gem Theatre
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Jul 31 1879

Hit of the evening was the singing
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Aug 01 1879

Hit of the evening was the singing
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Aug 01 1879

Kept the audience in convulsions at every scene
In regard to: Vincents, The
Aug 05 1879

Continue to please and gain favor each evening
In regard to: Vincents, The
Aug 09 1879

Longer the Vincents remain the more they are liked
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie also stage name Georgie Morrell
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Aug 12 1879

Original sketches of Childhood Days, and Sammy and Sall
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
Aug 24 1879

Will appear in extravaganza "New York Volunteers"
In regard to: Vincent, Charlie
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Aug 27 1879

In great plantation act, Jubilee Days, made a hit
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
Aug 31 1879

Kept the audience in convulsions while on stage
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
Sep 02 1879

Stage is covered with silver coin after performance
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
Sep 02 1879

In side splitting sketch of Kitty and the Baby
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
Sep 04 1879

In pretty sketch, "Down by the Old Mill Stream"
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Sep 04 1879

Wanted to testify, not present, attachment issued
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
Sep 17 1879

Held under bond of $200 for failure to appear
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
Sep 18 1879

Accused Wertman of stealing $8. from her
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
Sep 20 1879

Will appear in a choice programme of vocal sketches
In regard to: Vincents, The
Sep 20 1879

Many missed a fine performance due to Bennett banquet
In regard to: Vincents, The
Sep 23 1879

Wertman received 30 days in jail for petit larceny
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
Oct 11 1879

Will open out at Wertheimer's hall in a few days
In regard to: Vincents, The
Nov 26 1879

Vincent Combination Troupe arrived on Thanksgiving
In regard to: Vincent Troupe
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
In regard to: Vincent, George
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
In regard to: Mack, Billy
In regard to: Leonard, W.W.
In regard to: Heckler, Louis
In regard to: Davenport, William H.
In regard to: Montcrief, Edward
In regard to: Phelan, A.
Nov 29 1879

Will favor citizens in upper camps next few days
In regard to: Vincents, The
Nov 30 1879

Much abused Pinafore will be produced Saturday
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 09 1879

Postponed visit to Rochford due to inclement weather
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 10 1879

Diagram for sale of reserved seats at Hamilton and R
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 11 1879

To perform at opening of Deadwood Opera House
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 12 1879

Ticket holders did not get in due to rush and jam
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 14 1879

Played Sir Joseph Porter in H.M.S. Pinafore
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Dec 17 1879

Matinee of H.M.S. Pinafore for women and children
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 18 1879

A review of H.M.S. Pinafore by Times reporter
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 18 1879

Wagon carrying them to Lead overturned spilling all
In regard to: Vincent Troupe
Dec 24 1879

New eastern artist to join the Vincent Troupe
In regard to: Foley,
In regard to: Waters
In regard to: Foley and Waters, Ethiopian Clog Dancers
Dec 25 1879

Presented play "Black Eyed Susan" and "Hardly Ever"
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 25 1879

Gave "Black Eyed Susan" at Opera House
In regard to: Vincents, The
Dec 27 1879

Enjoyed double jig dance and songs of Ethiopian team
In regard to: Foley and Waters
Dec 27 1879

Vincents stopped in front of bank and serenaded Thum
In regard to: Vincents, The
In regard to: Thum,
Dec 30 1879

Lessee and Manager of the Deadwood Opera House, ad
In regard to: Vincent, Charles A
Jan 01 1880

Baby daughter, 1 yr old, has shoulder dislocated
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 04 1880

Makes her debut with the Vincents as Camille
In regard to: Chambers, Augusta
Jan 09 1880

Chimney Corner put on by most popular of companies
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 09 1880

Have leased the Opera House
In regard to: Vincent and Mack
Jan 13 1880

To give concert for upper gulch relief fund
In regard to: Vincent and Mack
Jan 13 1880

Received cage of 7 bull terrier pups, 6 mos old
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
Jan 14 1880

Has sold the Opera House to Vincent and Mack
In regard to: Stone,
Jan 14 1880

Exhibiting his thoroughbred pups, captivated crowd
In regard to: Vincent, Charlie
Jan 15 1880

Have secured hall over Cooley and Doughertys Saloon
In regard to: Vincent and Mack
Jan 15 1880

Wanted to purchase one of Vincents pups for stew
In regard to: Molitor, S.F.
Jan 15 1880

Bought one of Vincents pups, like mother with babe
In regard to: Johnson, W.H.
Jan 15 1880

Vincent and Mack renting upstairs of saloon
In regard to: Cooley and Doherty
Jan 15 1880

Trouble at Stones Opera House
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 16 1880

Vincent and Mack Troupe offer benefit for relief of sick
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie also as stage name Georgie Morrell
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
In regard to: Mack, Edith also as stage name Edith Valentine
In regard to: Mack, Billy
In regard to: Ricker, Joe
In regard to: Wheeler, F.A.
In regard to: Wilson, Charles, see also murder, death of Kitty Clyde
In regard to: Waters,
In regard to: Perkins, Frank
In regard to: Moore, George
In regard to: Montcrief, Edward
In regard to: Martin, James L.
In regard to: Leonard, William
In regard to: Davenport, William H.
In regard to: Anchor City
In regard to: Central City
In regard to: Golden Gate
In regard to: Drennan, James F., relief committee
In regard to: Davidson, Lew P., relief committee
In regard to: Algeo, James, relief committee
Jan 16 1880

Most vulgar-free performance ever seen in Deadwood
In regard to: Vincent and Mack
Jan 18 1880

Vincents thoroughbred dogs on exhibit at hotel
In regard to: Coonces European
Jan 20 1880

Sacred concert was perfect success in every way
In regard to: Vincent and Mack
Jan 20 1880

Card of thanks to the Vincents for benefit concert
In regard to: Central City
In regard to: Golden Gate
In regard to: Anchor City
In regard to: Vincents, The
In regard to: Stillwell, William
In regard to: Perkins, Frank
In regard to: Moore, John F.
In regard to: McDermott, Jeff
In regard to: Harvey, Thomas E.
Jan 20 1880

Vincent Opera House to give complimentary benefit
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie also stage name Georgie Morrell
Jan 22 1880

Clog dancing challenge issued by Foley and Waters
In regard to: Vincent and Mack
Jan 22 1880

Pretty little Scotch terrier puppy for sale
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 24 1880

Acquitted herself creditable, grand entertainment Subject Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
In regard to: Blanche, Mlle.
In regard to: Howe, Ella
Feb 17 1880

"Going To The Races" was well done
In regard to: Morrell, Georgie
Feb 18 1880

Society sketch of "No" was tip-top
In regard to: Howe, Ella
Feb 18 1880

Performers at the Gem take up donations for Inez Sexton
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie also stage name Morrell, Georgie
In regard to: Mack, Billy
In regard to: Davenport, William H.
In regard to: Mr. and Mrs. Ainsley,
In regard to: Mart Alber,
In regard to: Tom C. Benntley,
In regard to: F. J. Chappelle,
In regard to: Den Howe,
In regard to: Ella Howe,
In regard to: W. H. Jackson,
In regard to: Thomas H. Jefferson,
In regard to: J. V. Kelly,
In regard to: J. W. Kenegy,
In regard to: H. L. Keney,
In regard to: Charles Posner,
In regard to: E. A. Swearingen,
In regard to: J. W. Telgrin,
In regard to: Oscar Willis,
In regard to: C. A. Wilson
Feb 24 1880

Young actor of considerable ability to have benefit
In regard to: Montcrief, Edward
Feb 26 1880

Did not authorize my name being on Montcrief bill
In regard to: Vincent, Georgie stage name Morrell, Georgie
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
In regard to: Davenport, William H.
Feb 26 1880

Bills put out by Edward Montcrief for benefit not authorized first
In regard to: Montcrief, Edward
Feb 26 1880

Putting together a Black Hills Directory
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
In regard to: Van Waters, Brick
Feb 27 1880

"Moonshiners" was a masterpiece of comedy
In regard to: Davenport, William H.
Mar 16 1880

Leaves Deadwood, with child
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Apr 30 1880

Leaves Deadwood
In regard to: Morrell, Georgie
May 13 1880

With husband, Charles Vincent, working at Miles City
In regard to: Morrell, Georgie
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jul 28 1880, p.4 , col.5

Now manages theater in Fargo
In regard to: Davenport, Willliam H.
Dec 27 1881

One of most popular variety actors in Hills, visit
In regard to: Vincent, Charley
Jan 09 1883

Member of Stacey's new dramatic touring company
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 28 1883

Stacy engaged Co for season of dramas and comedies
In regard to: Vincent Company
Jan 30 1883

Performances of dramatic and comedy company
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 30 1883

Pretty belle part of dramatic and comedy company
In regard to: Nuna
In regard to: Vincent Company
Jan 30 1883

Known in Hills and east as careful and painstaking character
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 31 1883

Clever artists in Vincent company, entertaining
In regard to: Nuna
In regard to: Mackin,
In regard to: Kellogg, Rose
Jan 31 1883

Troupe booked to perform at Rapid City
In regard to: Vincent, Charlie
Mar 02 1883

Dramatic entertainment given at Custer, "holy show"
In regard to: Vincent Combination
Mar 29 1883

1890 Former Gem belle commits suicide. "Edith Valentine committed suicide recently at Seattle by shooting herself thro' the head. She was formerly a belle of the variety artists at the Gem, in this city."
In regard to: Mack, Edith stage name Valentine, Edith
Dec 26 1890

Elizabeth Lovell, Notorious Mrs. Lovell Maliciously Shoots Citizen
Woman defends land like historic female knight

Elizabeth Lovell and Johnny Rogers
Both Destined To Meet A Sad Fate

Lovell, Elizabeth in court
Sep 19 1877
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Mine Jumped by a Woman
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Lovell has dispute over ownership
Jan 16 1878
In regard to: Mother Lode Mine

Dispute over Mother lode near Elizabethtown
Jan 16 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

In Justice's Courts
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

At the Recorder's Office
Jan 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

In Justice's Courts
Jan 16 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

In Justice's Courts
Jan 21 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

In the Justice Courts
Feb 20 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

District Court
Apr 27 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Elizabethtown amazon was out upon a shoot again
Jun 25 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

A woman not to be taken alive
June 26, 1878
In regard to: Women.
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Stand Off of Sheriff??s Posse
In regard to: Torney, John
In regard to: Maclay, John G.
In regard to: Brewer, George

Elizabeth to the front, Castle Lovell Barricaded
Jun 26 1878
In regard to: Storms,
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth.

Reward of $100 is offered for her arrest
Jun 27 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Still occupying fortified position
Jun 27 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

The cause of the trouble
Jun 27 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Hastie thought to drawn her out, he was mistaken
Jun 28 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Seige of Castle Lovell has been raised
Jul 01 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Elizabethtown

Charges against her have been dropped
Jul 01 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Sold lot next to Elizabeth Lovell to Johnson
Jul 29 1878
In regard to: Tomby, John

Bought lot next to Elizabeth Lovell, asked for it!
Jul 29 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Francis

Arraigned before Judge Barker for shooting Johnson
Jul 30 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Francis Johnson vs Elizabeth Lovell
Jul 30 1878
In regard to: Barker, Charles E.

Col represents Elizabeth Lovell, shooting Johnson
Jul 30 1878
In regard to: Lawrence,

Elizabeth Lovell judged as shooting in self defense
Jul 30 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Francis

Elizabeth Lovell of "six-shooter fame"
Oct 11 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Mrs Lovell has got all the ground she needs now
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Female knight of Castle Lovell shoots a man
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Rogers, John
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Dickenson, Dr.
In regard to: Bennett, Judge

Killed on Sunday afternoon after attack on Rogers
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Killed by John Rogers, who acted in self-defense
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Hadn't he better interview old man with Lovell?
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Barker, Charles E. Judge

Read Barker the riot act for releasing Lovell
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Beaman, Hank County Constable
In regard to: Barker, Charles E. Judge

Received, evidently, a fatal wound from Lovell
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Rogers, victim of her insanity, is still alive
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

What happened to old man who went with her?
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Who is to blame for John Rogers injury?
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Stampeded for the jail hearing of Rogers and Lovell
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Fields, Samuel

Death, buried this afternoon, shot by Johnny Rogers
Oct 14 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Notorious Mrs. Lovell Maliciously Shoots Citizen
Oct 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Lovell, Little
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny
In regard to: Willard,
In regard to: Murtch,
In regard to: Johnson, Francis
In regard to: Cleveland, Jeff
In regard to: Barker, Charles E.

Elizabeth Lovell, died through her own folly
Oct 15 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Is common prayer of the community that he recover
Oct 16 1878
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Editorial about Justice Barker letting Lovell go
Oct 16 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Barker, Charles E. Judge

Funeral, no mourners were present to shed tears
Oct 16 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Will enter suit against Lovell estate
Oct 19 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Francis

Improving rapidly, playing piano again
Oct 25 1878
In regard to: Rogers, John

Johnny Rogers wife, prominent position at Langrishe Theatre
Oct 28 1878
In regard to: Rogers, Mrs Johnny

Don't forget the complimentary benefit for Rogers
Oct 29 1878
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre

Benefit at the Langrishe netted him about $75.
Oct 31 1878
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Still having problems with Mrs Lovell
Nov 16 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Francis

The Elizabethtown amazon still causing havoc
Nov 16 1878
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Chimneys in that area blow sparks on nearby houses
Mar 06 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Mrs

Probate Notice in re estate of Elizabeth Lovell
Apr 01 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Hamilton and Gallagh
In regard to: Butler, S.F.

Robbing the Dead
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

The Lovell estate
Apr 16 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Early, Patrick H., Lawrence County Road Commissioner
In regard to: Early, Patrick H. Mrs.
In regard to: Butler,

Diamonds are now on exhibit at Butlers jewelry store
Apr 18 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Administrator of Lovell estate, Early removed
Apr 18 1879
In regard to: Butler, T.
In regard to: Early, Patrick H., Lawrence County Road Commissioner

Attempts to straighten out her estate and pay bills
Apr 18 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Handed over the gold watch and chain of Elizabeth Lovell
Apr 22 1879
In regard to: Early, Patrick H. Mrs., wife of Lawrence County Road Commissioner
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Has handed over the property of Elizabeth Lovell
Apr 22 1879
In regard to: Bryson, William S.

Has been appointed as appraiser of Lovell property
Apr 24 1879
In regard to: Seffer, S.
In regard to: Gillette, D.M., Dealer in diamonds, watches and jewelry, ad
In regard to: Dawson, A.R.Z., Lawrence County Clerk of District Court

Her property still has not all been returned
Apr 24 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Stout, J.C.

Has property of Lovell that has been returned
Apr 24 1879
In regard to: Murch, Benjamin

Mrs Lovell's diamonds again
Apr 25 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Does not have any property from Lovell estate
Apr 25 1879
In regard to: Stout, J.C.

Still bothered with bullet Mrs Lovell put in him
Apr 26 1879
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Administrators notice, estate of Lovell, deceased
May 01 1879
In regard to: Butler, S.T.

Rogers is the accomplished bill juggler for theatre
May 02 1879
In regard to: Metropolitan Theatre, Johnny Rogers

Probate Notice
Jun 01 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Administrators Notice, estate of Elizabeth Lovell
Jun 01 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Butler, S.T.

The popular agent of the troupe cast as "Washee"
Jun 07 1879
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Surety for P.H. Early in the Lovell estate
Jul 01 1879
In regard to: Mullen, John
In regard to: King, Richard

Probate notice, in re estate of Elizabeth Lovell
Jul 01 1879
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth
In regard to: Butler, S.F.

Filing suit in Lovell estate case against Early
Jul 01 1879
In regard to: Butler, S.T.
In regard to: Early, Patrick H., Lawrence County Road Commissioner

Rogers experiencing problems from gun shot wound
Aug 16 1879
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Experiencing bad spells from Lovell gun shot wound
Aug 16 1879
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Cases to be tried at August term of district court
Aug 05 1880
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Woman defends land like historic female knight
Oct 10 1880
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Murch claimed right to prospect on her property
Oct 02 1880
In regard to: Lovell, Mrs

Lovell-on whose account may he be forever blessed
Oct 10 1880
In regard to: Rogers, Johnnie

Death, drowned on voyage down the Missouri
Apr 22 1881
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Recovered from gunshot only to die in flood
Oct 01 1881
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny

Was original judge in Lovell estate case
Dec 29 1881
In regard to: Frazer, J.R.

Deceased, adminstrator Butler in court
Dec 29 1881
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth

Butler vs. Brison, Lovell estate case continues
Dec 29 1881
In regard to: Butler, Esquire T.
In regard to: Brison, William

That mine in the second ward.
Dec. 9, 1890
Benjamin March engaged in assessment on mine in the second ward, which carries history of Mrs. Lovell shooting Johnny Rogers and his shooting and killing her in self defense.
In regard to: March, Benjamin.
In regard to: Lovell, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Rogers, Johnny.

John Treber, Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Herrmann and Treber Wholesale Liqour Deadwood

1878 leaves for Leavenworth, Kansas to be married

1878 leased a home on Centennial Ave

1879 member of the petit jury for the term

1879 March birth, father of 15lb boy

1880 "Known to be of stubborn material on a jury"

1880 "Father made very fine wine, on banks of the Rhine"

1880 "Had telephone wire stretched between house and store"

1880 October birth, father of 13 3/4lb boy

1881 "Remembers delight of his childhood, water wheels"

1882 February birth in Forest Hill, "Treber rang every phone to tell of birth, son #3"

1883 elected position on Board of Directors for Eureka Mining Co. along with Seth Bullock, John Gaston, Harrison M. Gregg, and William Selbie

1883 "The electric light restored last evening to the great satisfaction of the entire community and new subscribers"

1884 appointed to rollerskating rink committee

1885 attened horse races at Spearfish

1885 "South Deadwood hose company carnival shows net returns of $118.05"

1885 attended Lawrence County Commission meeting

1885 Deawood mourns death of General Grant

1886 Treber Liquors, John Treber wholesale dealer in liquors, wines and cigars Deadwood

1886 John Treber and S.F. Molitor purchase a block of land on Lee Street

1886 attended Republican primary

1886 elected officer of fair association for annual September 13th exposition

1886 Deadwood illuminated December

1886 special meeting Deadwood City Counsil committee on calaboose

1886 caucus of Second ward, Solomon Star, George Bews, Lee R. Baxter, Job Lawrenson, electors nominate John Treber

1886 "All hands kept busy at Treber's bottling works"

1887 "John Treber's new ice house that will hold 200 tons, is now complete, and ready for filling. It stands at the rear and adjoining the bottling works"

1887 "Harry Damon and John Treber, aldermen, started out yesterday to investigate the opium smoking nuisance. Of course they went to Chinatown. Complaints were filed and several Chinamen arrested" Coon Sing, Marshal William L. Dunn, Officer John C. Duffy

1889 Deadwood City Council elects Treber as acting mayor during Sol Star's absence

1890 April Prohibition "Our doors will be closed May 1, this is no fake! Everthing must be sold out or will be shipped. The prohibitory law will be lived up to by me, if no one else. John Treber"

1890 April 30th "This is the last day of grace. Tomorrow the penalty bill will be in force, and, as for a month even druggists cannot dispense alcohol" Prohibition, John Treber, Franklin and Baer

1890 May "Resumption of business by liquor men across South Dakota as 'agencies' for sale of liquors, beer in original packages. John Treber goes to Beulah and will begin exporting beer from Wyoming to South Dakota"

1890 John Treber celebrated his 37th birthday March 1st

1890 elected officer of South Deadwood Hose Company

1890 elected officer of Deadwood Liederkranz society

1891 September "John Treber, wife and three boys leave for Germany and will be absent about two months"

1891 November "Letter from John Treber to Charles. M. Randolph brought news that the popular alderman is behind bars of a German prison, having been arrested as deserter from the German army"

1891 December "John Treber has been sentenced to a term of six months at hard labor in the military prison at Ehrenbreitstein"

1892 January, John Treber's father passes away in Germany a few miles from the prison in which he is being held

1892 May, John Treber and family arrive back in Deadwood after receiving pardon

1892 Deadwood city election results, Sol Star Mayor, John Treber alderman

John Herrmann, The Two Johns, Deadwood Icons

1878 breaks his leg 1eg and recovers

1878 goes east to be get a wife and returns to Deadwood single

1878 Herrmann and Treber donates to the Fourth of July celebration

1878 donates to fire fund to help purchase a new fire engine

1878 attended Charity Ball for Yellow Fever Sufferers in the east

1878 breaks ankle for third time

1879 Herrmann and Treber donates to the fire department to buy hose

1880 participates in billiard tournament

1880 - 1881 serves as professor of weather bureau

1881 "Thief will get free beer if he returns thermometer"

1881 installs telephone at their business

1881 foot is lame again

1881 purchased stock in Driving Park association

1881 "Fell down stairs, but escaped annual leg fracture"

1882 "Wants bride for grand wedding, ask Tribune editor"

1883 the new town of Herrmann located near Blue Lode Mine, Lead City, was named after him

1884 out checking his cattle

1884 Notice of dissolution of Herrmann and Treber and Company,owners Herrmann, Treber, and Wyttenbach of Sturgis

1885 relocates to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
"John Herrmann has gone into business at Wardner, Idaho, securing the agency for Anhauser, Bush and Co.'s St. Louis beer"

1891 Herrmann visits Deadwood from Idaho

Herrmann and Treber Wholesale Liqour, Main South of Lee Street,
Deadwood, ad

"The devil in solution" a new name for whiskey
Deadwood Sep 24, 1878

Kentucky whiskies a specialty, upper Main, ad

Liquors, wines and cigars,
agent for Budweiser Beer ad

"Immense stock of St Louis beer, cigars, wines"

"Eight car loads of St Louis beer on its way"

"Large invoice of Budweiser Beer received yesterday"

"Old imported wines and brandies for medical use"

"Holiday Cheer where to get it! "

"Monongahela, bourbon, sourmash and malt whiskies"

"Got in some '68 hand-made Kentucky whisky "

"All the first-class bars use their liquors and cigar"

"Accused of refilling beer bottles with local brew"

"Saved from the fire the
whole of their stock "

Losses in the big fire of September 27, 1879 $2,000"


Granville G. Bennett United States Judge 1877

Bennett, Judge of Denver arrives in Deadwood
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 14 1877

Bennett, Judge presides over Lawrence County court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
May 04 1877

Bennett, Judge Granville G. presiding
In regard to: Lawrence County
Jun 06 1877

May-Blair trial
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Doc Middleton and His Pony Boys
Noted Prairie Bandits and Horse Thieves
Officers Llewellyn and May Go On Trial
for Killing Gang Member Curley Grimes, The Outlaw
Jun 25 1877

Gov Pennington refuses to pardon Blair and May
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 06 1877

May-Blair case, verdict of manslaughter
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jun 25 1877

Bennett, Judge, Gov. Pennington agrees with Judge
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 21 1877

Judge looked for daily in Deadwood
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 27 1877

Bennett, Judge to arrive in Deadwood
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 04 1877

Bennett, Judge will postpone District Court 1 week
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 28 1877

Bennett, Judge returns from Sheridan
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 08 1877

Bennett, Judges ruling on singed affidavit in court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 17 1877

Judge gives notice, petit jurors must be in court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 19 1877

Bennett, Judge report submitted in Tuttle homicide
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 22 1877

District Court, Bennett presiding
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 27 1877

Bennett, Judge treaties between Abraham & Lot
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 29 1877

Bennett, Judge refused proceedings County Commissioners
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 31 1877

Bennett, Judge's opinion on Indian Treaty
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 08 1877

Bennett, Judge, Lecture "Books & Reading"
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 12 1877

Bennett, Judges lecture at Congregational Church
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 12 1877

Judge delivered lecture on "Books & Their Authors"
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 18 1877

Bennett, Judge opinion upon Indian reservation??s
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 09 1877

Bennett, Judge went to Sheridan to hold court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 21 1877

Judge left on Sunday coach for Yankton
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Dec 02 1877

District Court for Pennington & Custer County
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Dec 02 1877

Bennett, Judge ordered additional term of District
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Dec 29 1877

Territorial Officers
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jan 10 1878

Official Directory of Dakota, Lawrence County
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jan 11 1878

Will bring his family to the Hills, live in Rapid
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Feb 06 1878

New Territory meeting
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Feb 12 1878

Rhoderic Dhu vs. Rose mine, Judge Bennett??s court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Feb 21 1878

Charges against Bennett for receiving payoff
In regard to: Rhoderick Dhu Mine vs Rose Mine case
In regard to: Important mining decision April 1878
May 23 1878

Judge Bennett to rule on important mining law
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 04 1878

Member of the Box Elder mining & milling company
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 06 1878

Presiding Judge in case of Flaherty vs Gwinn
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 08 1878

Moses Liverman sworn in by Judge Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 17 1878

Returned from Rapid last evening
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 24 1878

Sidway seduction
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 26 1878

Sidway Case, the ruin of Miss Lilli Osman
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Apr 27 1878

Prisoners arraigned before Judge Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
May 02 1878

Serious charges against the judiciary
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
May 23 1878

Petition circulated to keep him in office here
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
May 29 1878

Right or Wrong, a Biblical, tongue in cheek, perspective
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jun 04 1878

Returns to Rapid City to continue District Court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jun 10 1878

More on conspiracy against Judge Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Ruling in Rhoderic Dhu vs. Rose mine, important mining law April 1878
Jun 10 1878

Receives one half of sale of Rhoderick Dhu Mine
Jun 14 1878
In Regard to: Haggin, J.B. of Homestake Mining Company
In Regard to: Mining case involving bribery and corruption,
in case of Rhoderick Dhu vs Rose Mine
and Judge Granville Bennett??s decision.

Birth of Robert June 15, 1878, Granville Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Robert
Jun 16 1878

Served owners Palmetto-American with order of injunction, Hearst property
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Palmetto-American Mine
In regard to: Hearst, George purchased mine June 20 1878
Jun 25 1878

Palmetto- American worked all night expecting Bennett to shut it down
In regard to: Palmetto-American
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jun 25 1878

No more ineligible for congress than before charge
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Ruling in Rhoderic Dhu vs. Rose mine, important mining law April 1878
Jun 26 1878

Clean up on ore they had before restraining order
In regard to: Palmetto-American
In regard to: George Hearst purchased mine June 20 1878
In regard to: Judge Granville Bennett issued restraining order June 25 1878
Jun 28 1878

Pioneer editor not happy with Warner of the Times
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 07 1878

Mine being shut down even though Old Abe working
In regard to: Palmetto-American
In regard to: George Hearst purchased mine June 20 1878
In regard to: Judge Granville Bennett issued restraining order June 25 1878
Jul 08 1878

Members met to take necessary steps for new pastor
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 10 1878

Reply to a Hireling, Judge Bennett debate continue
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jun 10 1878

Order granted allowing Homestake to mine ore
Jul 13 1878
In Regard to: Old Abe Mine
In Regard to: Palmetto-American
In Regard to: George Hearst purchased mine June 20 1878
In Regard to: Judge Granville Bennett issued restraining order June 25 1878

Pioneer editor takes issue with Herald editor
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 18 1878

Result of the primaries
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 25 1878

Republican Convention
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Jul 29 1878

Times unhesitatingly took a position in defense
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 05 1878

Matter dropped as to his removal from office
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Ruling in Rhoderic Dhu vs. Rose mine, important mining law April 1878
Aug 09 1878

Many like the changes he put into homestead laws
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 12 1878

Right of county conventions to instruct delegates
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 22 1878

Nomination of Bennett shows it was their work
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 23 1878

Nomination made immediately after convening convention
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 23 1878

Support of Kidder or Bennett, behind Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 24 1878

Yankton, Supreme court
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 25 1878

Nomination for Congress heartily received
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 28 1878

Pioneer Newspaper wants to run a fair campaign
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 29 1878

Territorial Convention at Yankton
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 30 1878

Republican Party delegate for congress, 2 editorials
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 30 1878

Rumored, to resign position as Associate U.S. Judge
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Aug 31 1878

Resignation anxiously waited at Washington
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 05 1878

Would get democratic vote over Yankton politician
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 05 1878

Republican Platform, delegate for congress
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 05 1878

Appointed as judge in place of Granville Bennett
In regard to: Moody, G.C.
Sep 09 1878

Resigned his judicial position, to run for congress
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 10 1878

Organization of campaign clubs seem to be in order
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 11 1878

Seth Bullock writes letter to Bennett at Yankton
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Bullock, Seth
Sep 11 1878

No unfairness in election
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 12 1878

Pennington & Custer counties will go for him
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 16 1878

Majority in Lawrence county will be about 300
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 17 1878

Making moss fly from the backs of old Jackson Democrat
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 18 1878

Ready to present a bill enabling state hood
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 19 1878

Making speeches over in Union & Lincoln counties
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 21 1878

Will continue the fight after Kidder, if elected
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 24 1878

Still a question of Kidder writing letter or not
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 27 1878

Organize a Bennett club, for democrats & republicans
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 28 1878

Reports in Bismarck that republicans are hopeful
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 28 1878

An important mining suit
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Sep 30 1878

Republican Platform
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 01 1878

Pioneer editorial about Judge Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 01 1878

Republicans, stand by your candidate
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 01 1878

Recent speech at Bon Homme, change in homesteads
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 03 1878

May Blair??s Pardon, shooting of Daniel Obrodovich
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Daniel Obrodovich murder
Oct 03 1878

Some denounce him as dishonest, corrupt, a fraud
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 08 1878

Objection of democrats to his nomination
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 14 1878

In Deadwood with two children
In regard to: Bennett, Granville Mrs.
Oct 15 1878

Republican Club of Deadwood
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 19 1878

Our Standard Bearer, editorial
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 19 1878

Republican convention at Vermillion a victory
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 24 1878

Our Chances, editorial on republican party
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 24 1878

Mechanics?? Hall was again crowded to full capacity
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 25 1878

Republican Rally, C.V. Gardner gives speech
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 25 1878

Moody had a difficult task to follow Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 28 1878

Rochford Republican Meeting
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 29 1878

Republican Campaign Meeting
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 31 1878

Republican meeting at Mechanics' Hall
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 31 1878

Northern Dakota for Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Oct 31 1878

Of 35 papers in territory, 1 of 2 for Bennett
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 04 1878

Why has he avoided all reference to charges?
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 04 1878

Returns of the election
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 07 1878

Returns from below
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 07 1878

Receiving decided majorities
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 09 1878

Returns from the northern part of the Dakotas
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 10 1878

Our post office & the Pioneer
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 11 1878

Majority has gone from 1500 to 1800
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 14 1878

Majority for Bennett of 1,696
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 27 1878

Reception tendered Judge Bennett at Yankton
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 21 1878

Majority for Bennett of 1,696
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Nov 27 1878

Total vote 19,076, Bennett 10,566, Tripp 8,510
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
In regard to: Tripp, Bartlett
Dec 01 1878

Petitions sent to Washington to keep him, May 29
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Dec 29 1878

Elected president of Box Elder Mining Co., Mar 14
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Dec 29 1878

Our lot titles
In regard to: Bennett, Granville
Dec 30 1878

Professor Apollo Allen, Pugilist, Wrestler and Pedestrian

Prof and Patsy McGraw will give sparring exhibition
Nov 15 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

A brace of champions in the camp
Nov 16 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Challenge Andrew Christol to rough and tumble match
Nov 18 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Challenge to wrestle accepted
Nov 19 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Pronounce him a whale in his line of business
Nov 20 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

The wrestling match tomorrow
Nov 23 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

The light weights at Central
Nov 23 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Please call at Times office, it's to your advantage
Dec 14 1878
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Champion pugilist of Canada, in the city recently
Jan 07 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Apollo Allen denies fighting prize fight with him
Jan 07 1879
In regard to: Bennett,

Expounder of the manly art, now working Homestake
Jan 17 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Apollo Allen, famous wrestler, now working at mine
Jan 17 1879
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Will Allen please call at the Times office at once
Mar 26 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Will handle Smith as he trains for walking match
Mar 28 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Picked up unusual supplies for training of Smith
Mar 31 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Working with Smith to have him ready for walk
Apr 01 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

The 60 hours walking match is the next thing up
Apr 05 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Prof Apollo Allen's wrestling partner to do a walk
Apr 07 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Youngsters try to follow his training, his man won
Apr 10 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Commences 100 mile walk at the Gem, professional
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

To walk first and last 25 miles with Apollo Allen
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

The track is almost ready for Allen's 100 mi walk
Apr 15 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

To tramp first 25 miles with Apollo Allen
Apr 16 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

The spryest tramp of them all
Apr 16 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

His time will be up at 9:00 tonight to do 100 mile
Apr 17 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Quit his walk due to lack of interest in spectator
Apr 18 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Will meet in pugilistic ring with gloves on
Oct 10 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Walkers training from Spearfish-Ft Meade-Rochford-
Dec 19 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Meeting of pedestrians, arrangements completed
Dec 24 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Great pedestrian contest commenced at 11:00 p.m.
Dec 25 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Prof of ? says this is his last walking match
Dec 27 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Came in 3rd in match, 65 miles, 18 laps in 24 hrs
Dec 27 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Wonder how much his backer is out for what he ate
Dec 28 1879
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Scientific man with boxing gloves, now in Central
Apr 30 1880
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Apollo Allen is located permanently with him now
Apr 30 1880
In regard to: Hickey, Joseph

The Professional Pedestrians
Hometown Deadwood Against Central City and Lead

Kean St Charles, Deadwood
Jim J. S. Cody, Golden Gate
J. H. Hope, Lead
Charles Riar, Central
W. D. S. Smith, Deadwood

A $250 challenge to walk 100 miles in 25 hours at Langrishe Theatre Track
The great pedestrian match to walk 250 miles in 60 hours

Kean St Charles, Deadwood

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Jan 04 1878
St Charles, Kean

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Jan 05 1878
St Charles, Kean

Constitution and Membership of our Red Ribbon Club
Jan 31 1879
St Charles, Kean

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Oct 10 1878
St Charles, Kean

Sixty hour pedestrian match is on
May 03 1879
St Charles, Kean

Came in second in the last 60 hr pedestrian match
May 10 1879
St Charles, Kean

Took part in foot race on Main St last evening
Jun 24 1879
St Charles, Kean

Pedestrian match being talked of with Riar
Dec 04 1879
St Charles, Kean

Another walking match in Deadwood
Dec 16 1879
St Charles, Kean

Walkers training from Spearfish-Ft Meade-Rochford-
Dec 19 1879
St Charles, Kean

Great pedestrian contest commenced at 11:00 p.m.
Dec 25 1879
St Charles, Kean

Came in 2nd in match, 81 miles, 11 laps in 24 hrs
Dec 27 1879
St Charles, Keen

Pedestrianism in the Hills is unprofitable
Dec 28 1879
St Charles, Kean

Another walking match to take place next month
Apr 25 1880
St Charles, Kean

Pedestrian, takes departure for Ute country
May 25 1880
St Charles, Kean

Sister Helen departures for her home in West Virginia
May 30 1880
St Charles, Kean

Sister of Brad and Kean, going home to West Virginia
May 30 1880
St Charles, Helen
St. Charles, Bradford E.

Received notice of death of father, West Virginia
Aug 04 1880
St Charles, Kean
St Charles, John
St Charles, Bradford E.

Engaged in freighting at Ruby City now
Aug 26 1880
St Charles, Kean

Returned from Gunnison County thoroughly disgusted
Sep 08 1880
St Charles, Kean

Writes from Silverton, San Juan, Colorado
Oct 01 1880
St Charles, Kean

Another letter from St Charles, at Ouray, Colorado
Oct 08 1880
St Charles, Kean

Is in Southern New Mexico will start for Tombstone
Jan 23 1881
St. Charles, Kean

Enagaged at enormous salary by N. Mexico newspaper
Feb 03 1881
St. Charles, Kean

Starts for Black Range in search of hidden wealth
Feb 11 1881
St. Charles, Kean

Wagner's report of New Mexico draws his attention
Jun 01 1881
St. Charles, Kean

Struck it rich in land of hot peppers & adobes
Aug 31 1882
St Charles, Kean

Still hanging on mining property in New Mexico
Nov 22 1881
St. Charles, Kean

Former Deadwoodite is now in New Mexico
Dec 31 1881
St. Charles, Kean

Found his fortune in Socorro, New Mexico
Jan 04 1882
St. Charles, Kean

Still rustling in New Mexico mines
Jan 18 1882
St. Charles, Kean

Doing well, now located near Socorro, New Mexico
Jan 26 1883
St Charles, Kean

Mining Record states he mismanaged Occidental Mine
Jul 15 1883
St Charles, Kean

New Mexico paper tells good tale of old Times boy
Mar 01 1883
St Charles, Keene

Left here penniless, wealthy man in New Mexico
Mar 11 1883
St Charles, Kean

John, Brad and Kean St Charles are at Black Range Mt
May 29 1883
St Charles, Kean
St Charles, John

St. Charles intends to return.
March 30, 1886
Jean Decker received letter from Kean St. Charles, Butte,
announcing his intention of returning to the Hills shortly
accompanied by W.J. Allison, formerly of Lead. Hornbeck reported alive
with loss of hand.
Decker, Jean.
St. Charles, Kean.
Allison, W. J.
Hornbeck, William H.

Jim S. Cody, Golden Gate Representative

Retired Justice has opened a bar at Golden Gate
Feb 08 1879
In regard to: Cody,

Hireen and Cody to walk a match of 150 mi. in house
Feb 26 1879
In regard to: Opera House
In regard to: Cody, Jim S.

Walks 20 miles before breakfast, to get good wind
Feb 28 1879
In regard to: Hireen, T.K.

In active training for the walking match
Feb 28 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Pedestrian in town going like a streak of lightning
Mar 01 1879
In regard to: Cody, Jim S.

Track is the largest in hills at 416' around it
Mar 26 1879
In regard to: Opera House
In regard to: Central City

Track is 231', 10" & 3/4 in length
Mar 29 1879
In regard to: Opera House

Came in last in the last 60 hour pedestrian match
May 10 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Cody walked 100 mi. in 27 1/2 hours, hero in camp
Mar 11 1879
In regard to: Central City

Accepts challenge to walk 100 mi for $250.
Mar 13 1879
In regard to: Cody, James S.

Hope failed to follow through on the challenge
Mar 14 1879
In regard to: Cody,

Judge will begin his 100 mi walk at the Langrishe Theatre
Mar 21 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

In his walk, doing well but can he keep it up?
Mar 22 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Cody has put in 31 miles in 7 hrs, 40 minutes
Mar 22 1879
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre

Judge made his 100 mile walk with 10 min. to spare
Mar 24 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Deadwooders think they can scoop his record
Mar 24 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

To try a 250 mile walk in 60 hours
Mar 27 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Preparing for the walking match, in training
Mar 28 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

In town checking out the track for walking match
Apr 04 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

The 60 hours walking match is the next thing up
Apr 05 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Starts out on his laborious journey in good shape
Apr 07 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

To take the track for 100 miles after finish
Apr 08 1879, p.4 , col.2
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Lacks the stability of backbone to walk over 100mi
Apr 08 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

The tramp is over, and Smith gets there first
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Another walking match in the wind for May 1
Apr 10 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

To walk first and last 25 miles with Apollo Allen
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Allen, Apollo

Gray wants to bet $100 he could take him in walk
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Gray, Ike

Gray says he will carry Smith and beat Cody in walk
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Gray, Ike

Judge, pioneer pedestrian in the hills, in town
Sep 12 1880
In regard to: Cody,

Ex Central Justice and ex-pedestrian to manage business
Feb 17 1882
In regard to: Cody, James

James H. Hope, Lead Citys' Representative

Challenges James Cody to walk 100 miles
Mar 13 1879
In regard to: Hope, H.
In regard to: Cody, J. S.

Failed to come up to the scratch on challenge
Mar 14 1879
In regard to: Hope, H.

Hope failed to follow through on the challenge
Mar 14 1879
In regard to: Cody, J. S.

To try a 250 mile walk in 60 hours
Mar 27 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Conditions of great walking match not understood
Mar 31 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Under care of Dr Clyne for the pedestrian walk
Mar 31 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.
In regard to: Clyne, A.G. Dr.

Next Sunday, at 1:00, great walking match begins
Apr 01 1879
In regard to: Bonanza Building

Deadwood representative in walking match looking good
Apr 01 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Lead Citys' representative in the great 60 hr walk
Apr 02 1879
In regard to: Hope, James

Hope using building for his walking practice
Apr 02 1879
In regard to: Brokaws Opera House

In town checking out the track for walking match
Apr 04 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

The 60 hours walking match is the next thing up
Apr 05 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Starts out on his laborious journey in good shape
Apr 07 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Ryer to take the track for 100 miles after finish
Apr 08 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Many stayed up all night at the walking match
Apr 08 1879
In regard to: Walking Match

The tramp is over, and Smith gets there first
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Judge wants to know when Hope was doped
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Murphy, John M.
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Friends thought he had been foully dealt with
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Dr attended Hope during walk, doesn't know why!
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Clyne, A.G.
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Many walked home after walking match, lost money
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Lead City
In regard to: Central City

On the streets today looking thin as a shadow
Apr 10 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Wardner gave the three pedestrians a grand dinner
Apr 11 1879
In regard to: Wardner, J.F., Agent for Ft Pierre Line, at Evans and Wardners
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Hope, J.H.
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

On streets of Lead looking none the worse for wear
Apr 11 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Has challenged anyone to a walk of 200 miles
Apr 15 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Riar and Hope to have a match of 200 miles
Apr 15 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Arrested on charge of attempting highway robbery
May 09 1879
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Hope has challenged him to walk 80 hrs for $1,000
May 10 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Stewart and Hope brought on charges of robbery
May 09 1879
In regard to: Rinehart, W.A.
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Placed under bond of $500 to await grand jury
May 10 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Walking match to commence on June 3 in Central
May 24 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Eighty hour walking match to commence tomorrow
Jun 03 1879
In regard to: Central City

80 hour match commenced, in excellent condition
Jun 05 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Parties in the walking match are equally matched
Jun 06 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

The two pedestrians are still tramping in Central
Jun 07 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Lost the match with only 197 miles and 11 laps
Jun 08 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Grand jury ignored the case
Sep 14 1879
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Charles Riar, Central's Representative

A German of Central to challenge walking champion
Apr 07 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

To take on a challenge of 100 miles in 25 hours
Apr 08 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

To take the track for 100 miles after finish
Apr 08 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Very rapid walker, easily win if he can keep it up
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Matched with Ryer to walk 100 miles in 25 hours
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Elliott,
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Central City Swede decked by Butler at Bonanza
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Butler

Upset when Ryer ordered him off the track, attacked
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Butler,
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Ryer, a Swede who says he can out run an antelope
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Central City
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Riar to start his 100 mi walk tonight
Apr 12 1879
In regard to: Bonanza Building

Big Swede from Central to start his walk tonight
Apr 12 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Riar's backer has weakened on him, still walking
Apr 12 1879
In regard to: Elliott,

Riar is the best tramp who has tackled the sawdust
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Finished his 100 mile walk in 24hrs, 31min, 10sec
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Riar and Hope to have a match of 200 miles
Apr 15 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

Beaman made Riar time taking prisoner to Spearfish
Apr 23 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Four entries for sixty hour pedestrian contest
Apr 28 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Bentley,

Sixty hour walking match to begin tomorrow at noon
May 02 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Sixty hour pedestrian match is on
May 03 1879
In regard to: Plow Boy
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: St Charles, Kean
In regard to: Fox, L.W.
In regard to: Cody, J.S.

Won the last of the 60 hour pedestrian match
May 10 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Hope has challenged him to walk 80 hrs for $1,000
May 10 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Hope, James H.

Offered $1,000 to throw the race, wouldn't do it
May 10 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Walking match to commence on June 3 in Central
May 24 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

The coming tramp, probably take place on June 4th
May 25 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Extensive preparations have been made for match
Jun 05 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

80 hour match commenced, in excellent condition
Jun 05 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Progress on the walking match
Jun 06 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Parties in the walking match are equally matched
Jun 06 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Seems to be the favorite in the walking match
Jun 07 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Won the match with 212 miles and 11 laps
Jun 08 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Seeming none the worse for wear, was in the city
Jun 10 1879
In regard to: Riar,

Wood issues a challenge for walking match
Jun 10 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Issued challenge to Charles Riar for another match
Jun 10 1879
In regard to: Woods, C.M.

Walking match with Canadian on the 4th of July
Jun 19 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Elelphantine proportions and awkward swing of champ
Jun 28 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Leaves Deadwood
Jun 28 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Trainer for Riar accompanying him to Chicago
Jun 28 1879
In regard to: Winters, Charles

Accompaning Riar to Chicago for 75 hour match
Jun 28 1879
In regard to: Fitzgerald, Jim

We don't know what has become of Riar the walker
Jul 13 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Not setting pedestrian world on fire in Chicago
Jul 20 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Our pedestrian heard from in Chicago
Jul 26 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Begins his long tramp of 75 hours today
Jul 30 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Black Hills champion 5 miles ahead in walking match
Aug 01 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Source of considerable excitement to his friends
Aug 02 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Black Hills Champion 25 mi behind in walking match
Aug 02 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Comes in last in the walking match in Chicago
Aug 03 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Had better practice more by running antelope down
Aug 03 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Our Riar, the flyer of the track
Aug 07 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Chicago Tribune claims he ate lots during match
Aug 08 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Chicago Times not pleased with his actions there
Aug 09 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Reported sick in Chicago from effects of dope
Aug 16 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Pedestrian is due back in Central very soon
Aug 19 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Central City

The news' kind of an editor
Aug 20 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Pedestrian came in by Pierre route, on foot
Nov 04 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Gone from us like a beautiful dream, where is he?
Dec 02 1879
In regard to: Riar,

Pedestrian match being talked of with Riar
Dec 04 1879
In regard to: St Charles, Kean

Another walking match in Deadwood
Dec 16 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Can eat more than largest corporal-guard in 24 hrs
Dec 04 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Walkers training from Spearfish-Ft Meade-Rochford-
Dec 19 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Meeting of pedestrians, arrangements completed
Dec 24 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Friends seem afraid to wager their money on him
Dec 24 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Great pedestrian contest commenced at 11:00 p.m.
Dec 25 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Won walking match with 89 miles and 2 laps in 24 hrs
Dec 27 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Another walking match to take place next month
Apr 25 1880
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Go as you please, 24-hour contest, for $250 a side
Sep 04 1880
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Walking match terminated when De Lacy became sick
Sep 05 1880
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Female walkist should come to Hills and take on Riar
Oct 20 1880
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Carried off merschaum pipe at firemen's fair
Feb 16 1881
In regard to: Riar, Charles

On S. Deadwood Hose team, July 4 tournament
Jul 01 1881
In regard to: Riar, Charles

Pedestrian still at Wyoming and doing well
Feb 16 1882
In regard to: Riar,

W. D. S. Smith, Langrishe Actor and Want-To-Be Walkist, Deadwood's Contender
"Gone from us like a beautiful dream, where is he?"


The Professional Pedestrian W. D. S. Smith
Marries Mary Carroll of Gayville
Wins the Race and Deserts His Wife and Child

Hometown Deadwood Against Central City and Lead
A $250 challenge to walk 100 miles in 25 hours at Langrishe Theatre Track

The great pedestrian match to walk 250 miles in 60 hours
Jim J. S. Cody, Golden Gate
J. H. Hope, Lead
Charles Riar, Central
W. D. S. Smith, Deadwood
Kean St Charles, Deadwood

Marriage W.S.D. Smith of Langrishe's company, to Mary Carroll of Gayville
In regard to: Smith, W.S.D.
In regard to: Carroll, Mary
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre
Apr 11 1878

Wants someone to sponsor him in walking contest
Mar 25 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

To try a 250 mile walk in 60 hours
Mar 27 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Preparing for the walking match, in training
Mar 28 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Common opinion is he has set his sights too high
Mar 29 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Allen picked up unusual supplies for his training
Mar 31 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Allen, Apollo, Pugilist

Deadwood representative in walking match looking good
Apr 01 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Friends are sanguine about his winning walking match
Apr 04 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

The 60 hours walking match is the next thing up
Apr 05 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Starts out on his laborious journey in good shape
Apr 07 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

To take the track for 100 miles after finish
Apr 08 1879
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Hope, J.H.

The tramp is over, and Smith gets there first
Apr 09 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Another walking match
in the wind for May 1
Apr 10 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Wardner gave the three pedestrians a grand dinner
Apr 11 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

To walk first and last 25 miles with Apollo Allen
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Gray says he will carry Smith and beat Cody in walk
Apr 14 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Gray, Ike

To tramp first 25 miles with Apollo Allen
Apr 16 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Four entries for sixty hour pedestrian contest
Apr 28 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.
In regard to: Riar, Charles
In regard to: Cody, J.S.
In regard to: Bentley,

Said to have left wife and child without proper care
In regard to: Smith, W.D.
May 09 1879

Called at Times to report her husband had not left
In regard to: Smith, W.D., Mrs
May 10 1879

Raised $106.85 to help Mrs Smith go after husband
In regard to: McAleer, Jack
Jul 23 1879

Deserted by her husband, the walkist, now after him
Jul 23 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S., Mrs

Our walkist reported at Miles City and not Leadville
Jul 24 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

We discovered the whereabouts of our pedestrian
Aug 05 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Gone from us like a beautiful dream, where is he?
Dec 02 1879
In regard to: Smith, W.D.S.

Pedestrian now located near Bismarck with wife
Feb 28 1880
In regard to: Smith,

Our Smith, the pedestrian, developing rapidly
Apr 20 1880
In regard to: Smith,

Pedestrian Smith hocked gun and then redeemed it
Apr 23 1880
In regard to: Smith,
In regard to: Burns,

Our pedestrian Smith sent up for one year
May 04 1880
In regard to: Smith,

Death, variety performer May Carroll at Bismarck
In regard to: Carroll, May
In regard to: Carroll, Mary
Nov 21 1881

The Manuel Brothers and Their Homestake Story

Brothers Moses and Fred Manuel March 1876
Locate Homestake Mines No1 and No2, Golden Terra and Old Abe Mines

Hearst and Company buy half interest in Homestake No1 Oct 13 1877

Arms, C.D. and George Hearst invest in Homestake No1 Nov 30 1877

One of the principal owners of the Homestake Mill
Jul 10 1878
In Regard to: Haggin, J. B.
In Regard to: Hearst, George
In Regard to: Tevis, Lloyd

Officers of the Homestake Mining company Feb 12 1879
Tevis, Lloyd , President
Bell, Thomas
Goodrich, J.K.
Haggin, J.B.
Lounsberry, R.P.
McDonald, M.L.
Parsons, H.B.
Willis, William

Homestake, Home Stake the mine of the hills
Jul 08 1876
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manuell, Fred; Engh own Golden Terry, Homestake mine
Jul 08 1876
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Manuels, Mr. Fred elected board of trustees, Lead
Jul 29 1876
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Young, Jones and Mallory own Golden Star mine
Jul 29 1876
In regard to: Young

Gwin, R.S. into Homestake and Ophir mines
Dec 16 1876
In regard to: Gwin, R.S.

Manual Brothers working arastra on Gold Run
Jan 20 1877
In regard to: Manuel Brothers

Homestake mine Lead City conglomerate name
Feb 03 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Homestake lode Manuel Brothers
Mar 10 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manuel Brothers work Homestake mine
Mar 10 1877
In regard to: Manuel Brothers

Barney and Hamlin work part of Homestake mine
Apr 07 1877
In regard to: Barney,

Manwell, Moses in Deadwood
Apr 13 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Homestake, Mr. Gwinn??s extension tunnel 100 feet
Apr 14 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Homestake lode Manuel and Co. build 20 stamp mill
Apr 28 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Millionaire Co. buys 100 feet of Homestake mine
May 12 1877
In regard to: Millionaire Co.

Castello, Dan, Munn and James in Millionaire Co.
May 12 1877
In regard to: Castello, Daniel

Munn, Jack, James and Castello in Millionaire
May 12 1877
In regard to: Munn, Jack

Racine Mining Co. crushing ore form Homestake
May 12 1877
In regard to: Racine Gold Mining

Homestake Millionaire Company, 100 feet for $25,000
May 12 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manuell, Fred of Gold Run in Deadwood
May 28 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Arms, C.D. of Ohio in Deadwood
May 30 1877
In regard to: Arms, C.D.

Alf Engh and Fred Manuell own Golden Terry, Homestake mine
Jun 02 1877
In regard to: Engh, Alf
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Homestake, Mr. Gwin run a tunnel 135 ft. into hill
Jun 07 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Homestake and Golden Star separated by 12 ft ledge
Jun 07 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Homestake, Dan Castello purchased interest in Hometake Mine
Jun 30 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manual, Moses in court
Jul 20 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Castello, Daniel mill to be located on Homestake
Jul 21 1877
In regard to: Castello, Daniel

Trial on charges of taking forcible possession
Jul 23 1877
In regard to: Manuel,

Bolthoff, Henry receives mill to work Homestake #2
Aug 06 1877
In regard to: Bolthoff, Henry

Manwell and Gwynn buy Boltoff quartz mill
Aug 11 1877
In regard to: Manuel and Gwynn

Gwynn and Manwell own mill from Henry Bolthoff
Aug 11 1877
In regard to: Gwinn,

Homestake ore crushed by Gwynns?? mill
Aug 11 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manwel, Moses of Lead City in Deadwood
Aug 13 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Manwell, Moses of Lead City in Deadwood
Sep 04 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

H. B. Young contract Alex Huyett to work Homestake No. 1
Sep 10 1877
In regard to: Young,H. B.
In regard to: Huyett, Alex

Homestake No. 1 to take out 50 tons of ore a day
Sep 10 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Gunderson, Waumboul and Co. have mill at Homestake 1
Sep 25 1877
In regard to: Gunderson,

Homestake mine ore crushed at different mills
Sep 27 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Gwin and Brown and Co. milling Homestake mine
Sep 27 1877
In regard to: Gwinn,

Davenport mill, ten stamps crushing Homestake ore
Sep 27 1877
In regard to: Davenport Mill Co.

Manville and Gevin 20 stamp mill crush Homestake ore
Oct 01 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Kimball and Co.??s mill works Homestake No. 1
Oct 02 1877
In regard to: Kimball,

Homestake No. 1, 350 ft. was sold $10,000.
Oct 02 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Hearst and Co. buy half interest in Homestake
Oct 13 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine
In regard to: Hearst and Company

Said to have been sold for $50,000 to Californians
Oct 27 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Purchased the Homestake
In regard to: Hearst, George
Oct 27 1877

100 tons of Homestake ore crushed, $1,534.50 gold
Oct 27 1877
In regard to: Davenport Mill

Golden Star bought by owners of Homestake No. 1
Nov 13 1877
In regard to: Golden Star Mine

Homestake No. 2, Lewis and Co.??s 40 stamp mill
Nov 13 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Homestake No. 2, J.C. Ottinger mine interest
Nov 16 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine
In regard to: Ottinger Fraudulent Sale

Manwell, Moses sells Homestake mine
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Case of Homestake vs gold Run Mining Co
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Gold Run Mining Co

Old Abe on eastern slope above Homestake
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Ore scales erected at intersection Gayville, S.Bend
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Huyett,

Made clean up of 80 oz in 7 days on Homestake ore
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine
In regard to: Thompson, C.
In regard to: Snell,

Owners of the Clara Mine
Nov 18 1877
In regard to: Kimberley and Arms

Manuel, Moses of Lead, Thanksgiving Ball
Nov 23 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Lewis of the Homestake is ill
In regard to: Lewis,
Nov 30 1877

Arms, C.D. and George Hearst invest in Homestake
Nov 30 1877
In regard to: Arms, C.D.

Chisholm claims he located Homestake and Golden Star,1876
Dec 02 1877
In regard to: Chisholm,
In regard to: Golden Star Mine
In regard to: Homestake

Golden Terra Mine located on the same belt
Dec 02 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Sold his Golden Terra interest
In regard to: Arms, C.D.
Dec 02 1877

Harney and Manuel sell mine Capts. Richards and Dicks
In regard to: Harney,
Dec 13 1877

Homestake, H.B. Young and Manuel brothers sale mine
Dec 17 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manuel brothers leave for the south
Dec 17 1877
In regard to: Manuel Brothers
In regard to: Young, H. B.

Manwell, Moses leaves Deadwood
Dec 18 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Manwell, Moses left for Cheyenne
Dec 18 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Manwell, Fred leaves Deadwood
Dec 20 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Manwell, Fred leaves Deadwood
Dec 20 1877
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Mining and Real Estate Transfers
Dec 23 1877
In regard to: Manwell, Moses
In regard to: Young, H. B.

Homestake Mining Co. president Lloyd Tevis
Dec 28 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Tevis, Lloyd buys Pioneer ditch
Dec 28 1877
In regard to: Tevis, Lloyd , Homestake Mining Co. president

Has purchased Pioneer Ditch for $40,000.
Dec 30 1877
In regard to: Homestake Mine
In regard to: Tevis, Lloyd , Homestake Mining Co. president

Mining and Real Estate Transfers
Dec 30 1877
In regard to: Young, H. B.

In Deadwood, one time owner of the Homestake mine
Apr 11 1878
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Fred and Manuel Moses, with wives in Deadwood
Apr 11 1878
In regard to: Homestake Mine

President of the Homestake, expected here soon
Sep 11 1878
In regard to: Tevis, Lloyd

Large number of men are at work on the Arms part
Sep 16 1878
In regard to: Golden Terra Mine

Real Estate and Mining Transfers
Sep 30 1878
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

California mining enterprises in the Black Hills
Nov 29 1878
In regard to: Arms Company

Officers of the Homestake Mining company
Feb 12 1879
In regard to: Bell, Thomas
In regard to: Goodrich, J.K.
In regard to: Haggin, J.B.
In regard to: Lounsberry, R.P.
In regard to: McDonald, M.L.
In regard to: Parsons, H.B.
In regard to: Tevis, Lloyd , President
In regard to: Willis, William

Claims to have original water claim on Whitewood
Jun 22 1879
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

Claims to have original water claim on Whitewood
Jun 22 1879
In regard to: Manuel, Mose

Owned by Fred and Mose Manwell for awhile in 1876
Jun 27 1879
In regard to: Father DeSmet Mine

No one is entitled to more credit in opening Hills
In regard to: Manuel, Fred
In regard to: Manuel, Mose

Fred and Mose Manwell were original discoverers
Jun 27 1879
In regard to: Golden Terra Mine
In regard to: Old Abe Mine
In regard to: Homestake Mine

Leaves Deadwood
Jul 27 1879
In regard to: Manuel, Fred

The Terra-Gopher Mining Suit decided
Dec 07 1879
In regard to: Manuel, M.
In regard to: Engh, Alex
In regard to: Corson,
In regard to: Harney,
In regard to: Mahler, A.J.C.
In regard to: McLaughlin,
In regard to: Moody, G.C. Judge
In regard to: Homestake Mine
In regard to: Father DeSmet Mine
In regard to: Golden Terra Mine
In regard to: Gopher Mine

Leaves Deadwood
Apr 03 1880
In regard to: Manuel, M.

Boulder Ditch Controversy
Apr 06 1880
In regard to: Manuel, Fred
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

In Deadwood
Apr 07 1880
In regard to: Manuel, Moses

Long contested Boulder Ditch case came to an end
May 01 1880
In regard to: Manuel, Harvey
In regard to: Manuel, Eng

Moses Manuel, the discoverer of the Homestake mine in the Black Hills, has been in the Coeur d??Alene since the beginning of February. He says the outlook for good quartz claims is favorable.
March 29, 1884
In regard to: Manuel, Moses.
In regard to: Homestake Mining Company.

Luline Monte Verde, Alias Madame Vestal, Alias Belle Siddons,The Road Agents' Female Physician
Deadwood Men Celebrate the Arrival of Lurline Monte Verde


Female gambler, actress and twenty-one dealer extraordinaire makes her way to Deadwood. Vivacious and seductive, the ex-Confederate spy turns spy at the gambling tables for her road agent lover Archie McLaughlin. Treasure coach messenger D. Boone May seduces the lovely Lurline to extract information about the whereabouts of his wanted man. Lover Archie McLaughlin and his partner William Mansfield gets themselves hung by vigilantes while under the custody of Messenger May and beautiful Lurline leaves Deadwood for a Cheyenne engagement.

Monte Verde performs solo
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Apr 21 1877

Monteverde, Miss performs Gem Variety Theatre
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Apr 28 1877

Monteverde, volunteered for Vaidis benefit
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Aug 11 1877

Reported Lurline Monte Verde arriving in Hills
In regard to: Newson,
Jan 07 1878

In the Hills, standing on board, carried by 4 men
Jan 07 1878
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline, alias while in Deadwood
In regard to: Vestal, Madame, alias in towns Wichita, Ft Hays, Ellsworth, Cheyenne and Denver
In regard to: Belle Siddons born into a respectable Southern family spied for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Widowed twice, she learned dealing twenty-one would provide for a comfortable living, a skill she picked up from husband number two.

A couple of boys had a difference last night
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Jan 14 1878

Miss Monte Verde left to fill engagement, Cheyenne
In regard to: MonteVerde, Lurlin
Jan 17 1878

Miss Monte Verde's absence regretted by "friends"
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Feb 04 1878

Came in on last nights coach
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Feb 16 1878

Banjo duet was exquisitely rendered
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Feb 23 1878

"By the Sad Sea Waves" by Lurline Monte Verde
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Feb 23 1878

Left tenement house moments before it slid down
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Mar 11 1878

Talent to appear in big tent of Kimball Brothers
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
May 01 1878

Romantic version of life of Lurline Monte Verde
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
In regard to: Auber, Thomas
In regard to: Brown, J.H.
In regard to: Buntline, Ned
In regard to: Fisher, Nellie
Jan 10 1879

Our own Monte Verde again
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Jan 16 1879

"Road agents' female physician" in Southern Hills
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline
Mar 24 1879

Partners with McLaughlin and Vestal in 1876
In regard to: Casswell, Alex
Oct 22 1881

Road agent was lover of Madame Vestal in 1876
In regard to: McLaughlin, Archie
Oct 22 1881

Had the attention of Madame Vestal in 1877
In regard to: May, Boone
Oct 22 1881

Interesting history of bad Black Hills woman
In regard to: Vestal, Madame
Oct 22 1881

Griffin desiring money to come home.
June 26, 1884
In regard to: Dick Griffin writes to his wife from Coeur d'Alene desiring enough money to bring him home. Doherty writes of good cleanup.
In regard to: Griffin, Dick.
In regard to: Doherty, Dan.
In regard to: Miller, Tom.
In regard to: Holman, Euguen.
In regard to: Monte Verdi, Lurline

Melvine Dempsey First Black Cherokee Barber

"Colored barber one of the finest men in the hills"
Sep 10 1878
In regard to: Dempsey, Melvine

Boses on moustache, whisker and hair dyeing
Nov 12 1878
In regard to: Dempsey and Walker

A feature of Deadwood, a dark one, first barber
Dec 31 1878
In regard to: Dempsey,

Donations received and acknowledged by Howard Foundation
Oct 09 1878
In regard to: Dempsey, M.

Dempsey, colored barber, was hero night of fire
Oct 15 1879
In regard to: Black Americans

Colored barber, one of the finest men in the hills
Oct 15 1879
In regard to: Dempsey,

A colored voter voting republican
Oct 21 1878
In regard to: Dempsey, M.

Meeting of colored republicans, well attended
Oct 29 1878
In regard to: Dempsey,

Bath house will suspend operations during building
Nov 07 1879
In regard to: Dempsey,

Case of forcible entry before Justice Clark
Nov 22 1879
In regard to: Dempsey, M.

Items from Custer City
Jan 22 1880
In regard to: Dempsey, Melvine

Early days citizen of Deadwood, now residing at Custer
Dec 17 1882
In regard to: Dempsey, Melvine

Relocated property after it had been abandoned
Jul 12 1883
In regard to: Dempsey,

Mr. Walsh, a resident of Chicago and son-in-law of Judge J.P. Luse,
purchased one-fifth interest in Climax mica mine in Custer County from Melvine Dempsey.
January 17, 1884
In regard to: Walsh, W.C.
In regard to: Luse, J.P.
In regard to: Dempsey, Melvine.
In regard to: Climax Mica Mine.

To the editor of the Times from Custer: The prospects for a busy spring in Custer and vicinity are growing daily more flattering. Three of the vacant business houses now standing empty will be occupied inside of a month. S.R. Shankland will fit up what is known as the old Alhambra building and put in a $5,000 stock of boots and shoes. Oscar Silver, of Lead City, is now east buying a stock of clothing and dry goods, and as soon as they arrive will open up in his old stand. Miss Maggie Horgan has rented the Gilbert building, and will in a few days open a millinery establishment. Work on the Albien brick block, corner Sixth and Custer streets is progressing. A number of residences are already projected, and it is expected that this coming summer will see a building boom here that has not been equalled since the great original boom of '76-77. The Climax mine under the able superintendency of Joseph E. Pilcher is working steadily with a force of twelve men, and is shipping weekly about $125 worth of mica. On the return of Judge J.V. Offenbacher from Washington, work will be commenced, with a considerable force of men, on the "McMackin" mica mine. This mine is known to be one of the greatest mica producers in the Southern Hills, but has been lying idle for over a year for the want of an amicable working feeling among the owners. Mr. Dempsey is opening up another mica mine known as the "Florence," which promises to be a good one. Dennis and James McGuire and C.W. Hitchcock, are working the Eureka mica mine under a lease, and the quantity of mica produced by them is growing enormously. I can't say what the prospects are for the Lost Bonanza, although a feeling seems to prevail that work will soon be resumed on that mine. The Penobscot gold mine will undoubtedly be worked this summer with a large force of men. Mr. Fortune, the manager of the company, is now east negotiating the purchase of a forty or sixty stamp mill to be erected on the mine. The Gold Star company are making some significant moves and it is thought they will resume work soon. We hear nothing in regard to the action of the Grand Junction company. J.B. Dickover is on his way in here, having left Pierre a few days ago with three families, comprising about fifteen persons. I undersand that it is his intention to start a fine stock ranch near Custer. Star, Bullock and Company have got thoroughly established, and I believe are doing well, considering the present temporary dullness of things. The new freight route from Valentine, via Pine Ridge, that is being established by the Sioux City and Pacific road, in conjunction with the Pine Ridge Inidains, is going to receive encouragement from this section. The probability is that no more freight for the Southern Hills will be sent via Sidney. The last batch of Hills freight via Sidney left there a few days ago, and all orders now in are, and all future orders will be, via Valentine. Americus.
March 5, 1884
In regard to: Dempsey.
In regard to: Star and Bullock

Congregational churches fall meeting.
Oct. 28, 1884
Gathering of the Congregational ministers from various churches in the Black Hills.
In regard to: Atkinson, W. H.
In regard to: Dill, Arthur C.
In regard to: Phillips, J. Herbert.
In regard to: Richards, Jarvis.
In regard to: Kidd, D.
In regard to: Gossage.
In regard to: Feay, A. T.
In regard to: Smith.
In regard to: Dempsey.
In regard to: Maynard.
In regard to: Wood.

Black Hillers at Chadron.
July 3, 1885
The new town of Chadron, and list of Black Hills parties in business.
In regard to: Fox and May.
In regard to: Valentine and Younglove.
In regard to: Lake and Halley.
In regard to: Kass and Company.
In regard to: Lowenthal brothers.
In regard to: Hood and Erwin.
In regard to: Dorrington, Fred M.
In regard to: Dempsey, M.
In regard to: Currier, S. A.
In regard to: Faust, E.
In regard to: Currand and Mores.
In regard to: Webster and Flynn.

Agricultural patents at the land office.
Oct. 27, 1886
List of agricultural patents received from general land office.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Dempsey, Melvin.

Dempsey a model man.
June 7, 1888
Melvin Dempsey, with us for so long time is preparing to leave us. He is a Cherokee Indian, known here as Dempsey, the barber, and we take pleasure in saying that a better citizens never lived in Hackett. Dempsey is a former resident of Deadwood.
In regard to: Dempsey, Melvin.
In regard to: Indians.

Female Tonsorial Artists

Has a female barber, she's a good one too
In regard to: Central City
Sep 18 1878

Has a female barber, boys says she can shave best
In regard to: Central City
Jan 15 1879

Artistic tonsorial artist of Terraville adds chair
In regard to: Allen, John W.
Jun 17 1880

To be the new tonsorial artist at Allens Barber Shop
In regard to: Hickey, Mrs
Jun 17 1880

Novak and Gillette, Two Young Tonsorial Blondes Will Move Their Shop

Floor manager for Central masquerade ball
In regard to: Novak, Antone T.
Mar 12 1881

Bought out Boyers Central barber shop with Novak
In regard to: Gillette, Ed
In regard to: Novak, Anton
Apr 27 1881

Band appreciated, merry crowd swayed till wee hour
In regard to: Novak, Antone T.
Apr 11 1882

Deadwood, Central and Lead
Barbers and Tonsorial Artists


Flaherty, cozy shave opposite Nuttall and Mann's Hall
In regard to: Flaherty,
Jun 17 1876

Centennial Barber owned by J.W. Worth
In regard to: Centennial Barber
Apr 26 1877

Worth and Flaherty own barbershop
In regard to: Worth,
May 05 1877

Worth, John jumps from burning bath house
In regard to: Worth, John
May 25 1877

Worth, John lost his shop and money
In regard to: Worth, John
May 25 1877

Worth, Johnny rebuilds Palace Barber Shop on Main
In regard to: Worth, Johnny
May 26 1877

Palace Barber Shop Main St. next to Shannon's Saloon
In regard to: Palace Barber Shop
May 26 1877

Worth and Flaherty, Palace barber shop, Wall Street
In regard to: Worth and Flaherty
Jun 08 1877

Worth and Flaherty move barber shop
In regard to: Worth,
Nov 01 1877

Barbers of Deadwood will close Sunday at 4:00 p.m.
In regard to: Barbers
Nov 20 1877

A choice line of Florence hair brushes, hand mirror
In regard to: Mann and Bass
Dec 02 1877

Graham, Judge shaved beard gets hair cut
In regard to: Graham,
Dec 28 1877

At the colored ball Octavia Reeves shot by Sims
In regard to: Sims, barber
Jan 24 1878

Bowman??s barber shop on Main St.
In regard to: Bowman,
Mar 13 1878

Barber, has a new silver dollar, latest coinage
In regard to: Worth, Johnny
Mar 30 1878

Tonsorial artist on Lee St., looking after new hat
In regard to: Smith, Thomas
Apr 02 1878

Barber shaves dead man and gives history of silver
In regard to: Shingle, George M.
Apr 11 1878

Tonsorial artist has moved to Sherman St
In regard to: Smith, Thomas
Apr 25 1878

Shaves back of head to give collar room to stand
In regard to: Jewett,
May 04 1878

Barber shop gutted by mother-in-law, running again
In regard to: Gayville
May 15 1878

Newspaper man parts hair down the middle
In regard to: Horton, J.C.
May 21 1878

Tonsorial room in basement of Custer Block
In regard to: Worth, John
Jun 08 1878

Will be closed at 2:00 p.m. on Sundays
In regard to: Barber Shop
Jun 26 1878

New style for the hair is called "bold head cut"
In regard to: Deadwood
Jul 13 1878

Mother-in-law still after barber who stole daughter
In regard to: Hausler, Herman, barber
In regard to: Allen, Mrs. E.C.
Jul 16 1878

Mrs. E.C. Allen charged Herman Hausler with assault
In regard to: Allen, Mrs. E.C.
In regard to: Hausler, Herman, barber
Jul 19 1878

Colored population of Lead had dance at barber shop
In regard to: Boyer and Marshall
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo
In regard to: Boyer, John C.
Jul 12 1878

Ways of arranging the feminine hair are endless
In regard to: Women
Aug 03 1878

Barber shop broke into, clothes stolen
In regard to: Bowman,
Aug 05 1878

Boyer's tonsorial outfit, "spirited away"
In regard to: Boyer,
Sep 10 1878

Drunk soldier goes through Barber Shop window
In regard to: Deadwood
Sep 21 1878

Barber Shop and Bath House, Thomas Smith, ad
In regard to: Smith, Thomas
Oct 01 1878

Barber Smith has problems with lunatic at large
In regard to: Smith, Thomas
Oct 04 1878

For first class hair cut or shave
In regard to: Pioneer Barber Shop
Nov 12 1878

Chloroform and electricity used as a moral suasion
In regard to: Bowman,
Nov 15 1878

Using juice of root, growing hair on bald head
In regard to: Christie,
In regard to: Baker, Dan
Nov 15 1878

Doesn??t want anyone to ask about hair grower
In regard to: Christie,
Nov 16 1878

Proprietor of the Welch House barber shop, ad
In regard to: Sims,
Dec 01 1878

Donated hair cuts and shaves to patients for Christmas
In regard to: Worth and Flaherty
Dec 27 1878

Donated hair cuts and shaves to patients for Christmas
In regard to: Worth and Flaherty
Dec 27 1878

Tonsorial artist opens establishment on Main, Lead
In regard to: Hausler, Herman
Jan 30 1879

A colored barber, had his shop taken over by Boyer
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo
Jan 31 1879

Case tried before Squire Rinehart, dismissed
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo
Feb 03 1879

Considerable interest in case of Marshall vs Boyer
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo
Feb 05 1879

Writ of restitution gave him back his shop
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo
Feb 06 1879

Perusing Shakespeare in his shaving saloon
In regard to: Boyer, John
Feb 08 1879

Came to the masquerade as an Irishman
In regard to: Flaherty,
Mar 01 1879

Tonsorial artist back after burn out and drown out
In regard to: Flaherty,
In regard to: Worth, John
Apr 25 1879

Arrested for threatening the life of his wife
In regard to: Hausler, Herman, barber
May 17 1879

Barber had another street scene with mother-in-law
In regard to: Hausler,
Jul 02 1879

Owner of the bath house in Lead to move to Deadwood
In regard to: Boyer, J.C.
Aug 02 1879

One of the few really genuine tonsorial artists
In regard to: Haussler, H.
Aug 23 1879

Committee on fireworks to meet at tonsorial parlor
In regard to: Worth, John
Jun 17 1879

Citizen of Cleveland shot his cow in its hind legs
In regard to: Bowman,
Aug 12 1879

Has added a handsome marble slab washstand at shop
In regard to: Boyer, J.
Sep 12 1879

Presides at the chair of Boyer Barber Shop
In regard to: Jewett, Ed
Sep 12 1879

Allen moved his barber shop to back room of saloon
In regard to: Greenleys Saloon
Sep 13 1879

To open double room for tobacco store and barber shop
In regard to: Bowman and Brown
Sep 30 1879

Butterfield Bros. open butcher shop in barber shop
In regard to: Quong Gun
Oct 02 1879

The barber, at Worth and Flaherty's Shop
In regard to: Smith, Barney
Oct 04 1879

Will occupy 1/2 of Burns lower floor as barber shop
In regard to: Girard Brothers
Nov 08 1879

Judge should call on barber and get rid of excess hair
In regard to: Barron, E.H.
Nov 26 1879

Drunken rowdy entered Smiths barber shop on Sherman
In regard to: Smith, Thomas
Dec 07 1879

Banged hair is an idiotic fashion
In regard to: Fashion
Dec 07 1879

Have bathing apartments set up in tonsorial rooms
In regard to: Gerard Brothers
Jan 15 1880

Gentlemanly proprietor of the tonsorial department
In regard to: Phillips, Dorr B.
Feb 11 1880

Judge letting his hair grow, sign of a b-a-d man
In regard to: Graham,
Mar 30 1880

Barber taking orders for personal shaving mugs
In regard to: Phillips, Dorr B.
Apr 22 1880

Received new razors, will almost shave without help
In regard to: Phillips, Dorr B.
May 02 1880

Put a new carpet in his barber shop and bath rooms
In regard to: Williams, Robert
May 11 1880

Barber shops will hereafter open early on Sundays
In regard to: Central City
Jun 11 1880

Ford opened barber shop on Sherman next to Dr Stein
In regard to: Stein,
Jul 14 1880

Flaherty opens tonsorial business in his old store
In regard to: Manville,
Jul 28 1880

Palace Bath Rooms has Brooklyn tonsorial artist
In regard to: Williams, Robert
In regard to: Palace Bath Rooms
Dec 23 1880

Lost for a time, found at barber, wanted a shave
In regard to: Cornell, Johnny
Dec 23 1880

Man asks barber shop for razor to shave mules
In regard to: Girards Barber Shop
Jan 28 1881

Hair album is prevailing craze among ladies
In regard to: Women
Feb 21 1883

Gillette and Novak buy out Central barber shop
In regard to: Boyer, John C.
Apr 27 1881

Sent for 2 1st-class tonsorial artists from Kansas
In regard to: Hickey, Joseph
Apr 29 1881

Central tonsorial artist has building raised
In regard to: Hickey, Joseph
May 05 1881

Tonsorial artists mother to visit St. Louis
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo
In regard to: Marshall, Harry , brother
May 05 1881

Smiling news scavenger indulges in tonsorial clip
In regard to: Utley, Hamilton
May 07 1881

2 tonsorial artsist to occupy former post office
In regard to: Central City
May 10 1881

Will probably open a barber shop in New Mexico
In regard to: Flaherty, Ed
May 17 1881

Tonsorial artist received assortment of fancy cups
In regard to: Phillips, D.B.
May 25 1881

Tonsorial artist has 2 shops running full blast
In regard to: Hickey, Joseph
Jun 13 1881

"Old Buck" takes charge of Hickey??s Terraville barber shop
In regard to: Buckner, A. C.
Jul 21 1881

Two colored barbers leave for new carbonate camp
In regard to: African Americans
Aug 06 1881

Ladies' have hair done up in paper for dance
In regard to: Lead
Jan 06 1882

Tonsorial artist can't be equalled
In regard to: Hickey, Joe
Aug 09 1881

Central barber is the boss tonsorial artist, ad
In regard to: Hickey, Joe
Sep 01 1881

Gave mummified humming bird to Girard Brothers
In regard to: Cushman, Sam
Oct 08 1881

Keeps bathroom running all the time
In regard to: Hickey, Joseph
Nov 18 1881

Bought tonsorial establishment, intends to stay
In regard to: Glickauf, John
Mar 01 1882

Central has a 15 cent barber shop
In regard to: Central City
Mar 29 1882

Added extra chair to tonsorial palace, prospering
In regard to: Flaherty, Al
Jul 26 1882

Reporter and barber shave a man with sharp razor
In regard to: Sample, Billy
Aug 03 1882

Smooth talker atemped to get free shave and haircut
In regard to: Glickaufs Barber S
Jan 24 1883

Main St barber playing it fine on waiter girl
In regard to: Women
Jun 09 1883

Anton Nevak, of Central, is a professional dancing master, and is in the act of organizing a dancing school in that city. Parties desiring to take lessons will find the professor at his barber shop, on Main street.
In regard to: Nevak, Anton.
In regard to: Central City.
November 20, 1883

Merchants hotel bathing rooms are receiving the patronage they deserve. the Girard brothers have the neatest tonsorial rooms in the city.
In regard to: Girard.
In regard to: Merchants Hotel.
December 1, 1883

Neatest tonsorial rooms in the city.
In regard to: Girard Brothers.
January 1, 1884

Missing barber pole surfaces.
In regard to: Wood, Brad.
July 11, 1885

Lothrup relocates to Lead.
In regard to: Lothrop, W. D.
In regard to: Flaherty Brothers.
Dec. 8, 1885

Hobson engaged in barbershop.
In regard to: Hobson, Will.
In regard to: Lathrop, Dan.
May 27, 1886

Marshall and Marshbanks married.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry J. P.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Buss, W. H.
May 24, 1887

Newcastle gains tonsorial artist.
In regard to: Griesen, Julius.
Nov. 2, 1889

Schnell takes charge of barber shop.
In regard to: Schnell, John.
In regard to: Novak, Antone T.
Dec. 20, 1891

Knoch opens shop.
In regard to: Knoch, Charles G.
Feb. 2, 1892

Emo fixing up tonsorial shop.
In regard to: Emo, F. J.
In regard to: Keffler, T.
March 22, 1892

Campbell severes connection.
In regard to: Campbell, Jake.
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo.
March 30, 1892

Barbershop music pronounced fine.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry.
April 27, 1892

Slim says return articles or else.
In regard to: Slim.

Mooney back at tonsorial parlor.
In regard to: Mooney, Johnny.
In regard to: Lothrop, Dan.
In regard to: Chausse, Charles.
Aug. 16, 1892

Barbers organize for protection.
In regard to: Gerard, Martin.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry.
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo.
In regard to: Jeffries, S. S.
In regard to: Golden Belt Barbers Union.
In regard to: Knights of Labor.
In regard to: Barbers union.
Feb. 28, 1893

Barbers raise prices.
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo.
In regard to: Barbers union.
Feb. 28, 1893

Barbers beat Printers 12-11.
In regard to: Baseball.
In regard to: Keim, William.
In regard to: Gerard, Joe.
In regard to: Ryan, Ed.
In regard to: Chiniquy,
In regard to: Siewer,
In regard to: Hurley, Tom.
Aug. 1, 1893

Boycott questions to labor union.
In regard to: South Dakota Mining Company.
In regard to: Times newspaper.
In regard to: Miners union.
In regard to: Harris, James.
In regard to: Curley,
In regard to: Boland, Con.
In regard to: Barbers union.
In regard to: Marshall, Romeo.
In regard to: Glickauff, John.
In regard to: Gerard, Martin.
In regard to: Knights of Labor.
In regard to: DeLeray, Harry.
In regard to: Flynn, C.
Dec. 29, 1893

Union no benefit to barbers.
In regard to: Barbers union.
March 7, 1894

Z. S. McKown, "Dr tells nothing but plain unvarnished truth"
Be it Man or Woman, Rich or Poor, White or Chinese
Deadwood's Every Day Doctor Saw Them All


"Dr prescribed 2 gallon of rye whisky and rock candy"

McKowen, Dr. at Militia Company meeting
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 30 1877

Meeting for organizing a militia co. of cavalry
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 06 1877

Amputated Pap Nugent's leg below the knee
In regard to: McKown,
Jan 21 1878

Medical Association meeting to be held Wednesday
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 25 1878

Medical Association, Secretary
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
May 02 1878

Dr. McKown taking care of William Gay
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 16 1878

Dr McKown extracted ball from Butler's hip
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 25 1878

Frank Warren helped to Drs office after stabbing
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 27 1878

Taxpayers, Where are you?
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jul 11 1878

Doctor McKown, attends to Robert McCarle injuries
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 27 1878

Dr. McKown will amputate McCarle's arm
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 28 1878

Dr. McKown informs us McCarle is not doing so well
In regard to: McKown,
In regard to: McCarle, Robert
Aug 29 1878

Dr upset at letter in Herald that all was not done
In regard to: McKown,
In regard to: Herald Newspaper
Aug 31 1878

Attempt to elect officers for Tripp campaign
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Sep 23 1878

Democratic Convention in Central City
In regard to: McKown,
Oct 16 1878

Had his leg amputated by Dr McKown at hospital
In regard to: Simmons, Amos
Nov 08 1878

Amputated the leg of Amos Simons, alias "Tex"
In regard to: McKown,
Nov 08 1878

Dr removes ball from soldiers neck after 16 years
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Feb 25 1879

Bills allowed by board of county commissioners
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Mar 08 1879

Dr called to Lead to dress broken leg of Miller
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Mar 11 1879

Dr to amputate Atkins' left hand, mine injury
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Mar 26 1879

Bay mare beats McKowns and Mannings horses in race
In regard to: Daugherty, Sam
Jun 10 1879

Dr McKown says Pioneers' information not accurate
In regard to: Davis, Chambers C.
Apr 11 1879

Dr taking care of C.C. Davis after his accident
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 11 1879

Dr attending to C.C. Davis has no hope of recovery
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 24 1879

Dr enters his bay mare in scrub race, came in last
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jun 10 1879

Dr restores Holm's hearing with an operation
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jun 26 1879

Dr operated on Holms other ear to restore hearing
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jun 28 1879

Dr had to amputate Blanchards arm up to elbow
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jul 19 1879

Dr reports Blanchard doing well, not out of danger
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jul 22 1879

Dr taking care of Swarthout's crushed hand
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jul 24 1879

Dr's little mare came out head first in race
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Aug 03 1879

Old man bet that McKown's mare wouldn't win, lost
In regard to: Merrick, A.W.
Aug 03 1879

Dr attends to Cramer and Behrman injuries
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Aug 05 1879

Dr was able to save Swartout hand after injury
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Aug 06 1879

Dr testified in Hayes-Gentges case
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Aug 08 1879

Drs who have filed their diplomas with county
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Sep 13 1879

Doctor's office now in Chambers C. Davis' block
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Oct 02 1879

Won bet with Merrick on race with McKown's mare
In regard to: Reitz, George
Aug 03 1879

Dr dangerously ill, hope he will be on taps soon
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Nov 15 1879

Dr called to Lead in shooting of McCollum
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Jan 14 1880

Death of McCollum was unexpected
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Jan 17 1880

Dr embalmed the body of Dr Glenn for transport
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Jan 22 1880

McKown called to post when cook broke her ankle
In regard to: Fort Meade
Feb 05 1880

Dr pronounced no bones broken from Cook's fall
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Feb 10 1880

Dr refused to testify as expert until fees paid
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Feb 17 1880

Dr attending to Long, paralyzed from bullet wound
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Feb 22 1880

Dr testified in the Whitbeck trial
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Feb 27 1880

Confined to his bed with hemorrhage of the lungs
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Apr 03 1880

Dr McKown is out again
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Apr 10 1880

Dr stitched up Lenox's head, hit by rock in blast
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
May 25 1880

Dr contributed liberally to help Rev Williams
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Jul 04 1880

Rev's expenses from accident helped by Dr McKown
In regard to: Williams,
Jul 04 1880

Dr rendered every assistance in his power to Mrs H
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Jul 20 1880

In Deadwood
In regard to: McKown, Mrs
Oct 06 1880

A day for which all others were made, the Democratic Convention
In regard to: Abt, Frank
In regard to: Damon, J. H.
In regard to: Edie.
In regard to: Folk, H. H.
In regard to: Goodman.
In regard to: Grantz, Otto P. Th.
In regard to: Guthrie.
In regard to: Hartman, J. D.
In regard to: Lawrenson, Job.
In regard to: Logan.
In regard to: McAleer, Jack.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Peterson, Jim.
In regard to: Ryan, James.
In regard to: Tracy, Joseph H.
In regard to: Tunnelly, Benjamin.
In regard to: Van Dyke, James.
In regard to: Watts, William.
October 6 1880

Dr brought report of democratic convention to Time
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Oct 07 1880

Vote of Lawrence County
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Nov 04 1880

Dr called to tend Hill but could not save him
In regard to: McKown, Dr.
Nov 30 1880

Dr. is doubtful he can save Wolzmuth's leg
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Feb 01 1881

Thinks Blodgett might recover his hearing
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Feb 03 1881

Fixed up Miss Singleton's gashed face
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Mar 17 1881

Doc says Biglin is getting along well
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Mar 19 1881

Her fine piano playing heard by telephone
In regard to: McKown, Mrs.
Mar 19 1881

Wife of Dr. is quite ill
In regard to: McKown, Mrs.
Mar 22 1881

Feeling much better and able to sit up
In regard to: McKown, Mrs.
Mar 24 1881

Performed successful operation on Miss Francis
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Mar 29 1881

Witness in Newbanks vs. Sidney Stage case
In regard to: McKown,
Apr 17 1881

Birth, Dr. McKown happened to be there
In regard to: Wilkinson, Hugh
May 06 1881

Dr. is tending to Mrs. Kelly of Lead
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Jun 04 1881

In consultation over amputating Mercer's leg
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Jun 10 1881

Dr. decides Mercer's leg must come off
In regard to: McKown, J.S.
Jun 12 1881

Dr receives telegram from Sturgis man needing help
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 30 1881

Dr.??s dwelling was put on telegraph circuit
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 22 1881

Doc??s dog has developed into vicious canine
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 29 1881

1 of the St. Charles Mine owners
In regard to: McKown,
Sep 02 1881

Doc takes pasteboard bandages off Posner??s arm
In regard to: McKown,
Sep 28 1881

Extracted bullet from Austin's neck
In regard to: McKown,
Oct 01 1881

One of McKown's sureties
In regard to: Franklin, H.
In regard to: Phillips, H.G.
Oct 10 1881

New county physician gives bonds
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Oct 10 1881

Bills allowed
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Oct 19 1881

Doc thinks Mrs. Stell will survive
In regard to: McKown,
Nov 05 1881

Doc repaired Selbie's wounds
In regard to: McKown,
Nov 07 1881

Letter of thanks from Posner
In regard to: McKown,
In regard to: Posner, Charles
Dec 24 1881

Patched up Shubbard's burns
In regard to: McKown,
Dec 27 1881

Doc leaves for Stoneville
In regard to: McKown,
Dec 29 1881

Tended to man shot in leg at Powder River
In regard to: McKown,
Dec 31 1881

Dr took oath of office to be on Board of Health
In regard to: McKown,
Jan 26 1882

Appointed Babcock, McKown and Rogers board of health
In regard to: Phillips, Kirk G.
Jan 26 1882

Left for St Louis, telegrammed as to mothers sickness
In regard to: McKown, Mrs.
Mar 20 1882

Testimony, Dittenhoffer trial
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Mar 31 1882

Testimony, John Brown trial
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 04 1882

Dr said Fitzgerald has smallpox, others disagree
In regard to: McKown,
Apr 05 1882

Bond as county physician accepted
In regard to: McKown,
Apr 09 1882

Removed another piece of bone from Posner??s brain
In regard to: McKown,
Apr 14 1882

Dr confined to bed, severe indisposition, over-work
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 27 1882

Hand in sling, poisoned while operating on patient
In regard to: McKown,
May 28 1882

Drs Gunsolly and McKown decide to amputate leg
In regard to: Gunsolly,
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 28 1882

Took another piece of bone from Posner??s skull
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 16 1882

Dr on professional visit to Prof Dickerman, Tigerville
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 18 1882

Returned from Tigerville with Dr McKown
In regard to: Lawrenson, Job
Jul 20 1882

Dr created stir on Main in new rig, built in east
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 26 1882

Returned from Tigerville, reports Dickerman improving
In regard to: McKown,
In regard to: Dickerman,
Jul 28 1882

Dr tells nothing but plain unvarnished truth.
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 29 1882

Dr's horse became frightened, dashed up street
In regard to: McKown,
Sep 06 1882

Committee appointed to examine hospital condition
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 13 1882

Dr has been under weather for week to 10 days
In regard to: McKown,
Oct 13 1882

Dr called to Grand Junction Mine, man shot in leg
In regard to: McKown,
Nov 10 1882

Dr reduced fracture of Sasse??s knee, very painful
In regard to: McKown,
Nov 19 1882

Dr and Mrs leave, he for 5-6 wks, she until April
In regard to: McKown,
Nov 22 1882

Bills allowed by county commissioners
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Jan 17 1883

Doctor is snow bound at Omaha
In regard to: McKown,
Feb 07 1883

Dr back from protracted eastern and southern trip
In regard to: McKown,
Feb 20 1883

Remains in St Louis, Dr returned yesterday
In regard to: McKown, Mrs
Feb 20 1883

Dr's rig smashed by box of another wagon, runaway
In regard to: McKown,
Mar 17 1883

Bids for medical attendance of paupers
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 03 1883

Just tribute paid to Hon Moody by bar and citizens
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 06 1883

Bids for care of paupers, medicines and attendance
In regard to: McKown, Z.
Apr 12 1883

Bills allowed, warrants drawn for same
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
Apr 13 1883

Dr prescribed 2 gal of rye whisky and rock candy
In regard to: McKown,
May 13 1883

Dr has recovered so that he was able to ride awhile
In regard to: McKown,
May 16 1883

Dr relieved cowboys' pain, horse fell on him
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 06 1883

Adjusted broken bone of Gairns, made him comfortable
In regard to: McKown,
Jun 15 1883

Dickinson and McKown purchase Terraville hospital
In regard to: Terraville
Jun 26 1883

Dr purchased Gunsolly's practice and hospital
In regard to: McKown,
In regard to: Gunsolly,
Jun 26 1883

Dr performed difficult surgical operations
In regard to: McKown,
Jul 01 1883

Dr called to Esmeralda Mine, Cousins foot crushed
In regard to: McKown,
Aug 15 1883

In Deadwood
In regard to: McKown, Mrs
Sep 18 1883

Surgeon who preformed post mortem exam on Leary
In regard to: McKown,
Sep 21 1883

Dr McKown voted meanest man, won cake basket
In regard to: Molitor, Caroline V.
Sep 22 1883

Silver fruit set was carried away by Mrs McKown
In regard to: King, Ed
Sep 22 1883

Won lady's easy chair and silver fruit set at fair
In regard to: McKown, Mrs
In regard to: Baxter, Lee, Mrs
Sep 22 1883

Otice won easy chair, not Mrs Dr McKown as reported
In regard to: Otice, Johnnie
In regard to: McKown, Mrs
In regard to: Baxter, Mrs
Sep 23 1883

Dr, as meanest man, carried away cake basket
In regard to: McKown,
Sep 22 1883

Charley Wilson is getting along splendidly, suffering but little if any pain, has a good appetite, and sleeps well, no inflammation, and the swelling almost entirely subsided. Henry Robinson, the special officer in charge, is with him all the time. Drs. O'Neall, McKown and Dickinson, examined him yesterday, and all agree he is entirely out of danger, will retain one eye, and Dr. O??Neall thinks both of them will come around all right.
In regard to: Wilson, Charley.
In regard to: Robinson, Henry.
In regard to: O'Neall.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Dickinson
November 9, 1883

Mr. Eberhart, the Pittsburg gentleman, who is here in the interest of the stockholders of the Iron City mining company is the best single handed talker in the Hills, can talk Dr. McKown to sleep, and is yet a wide awake business man. He has started the mill up on the test run, and will thoroughly determine the value of the ore in the company's mines before he recommends the building of a large mill. The result of this run will be awaited with interest by our citizens.
In regard to: Eberhart.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Iron City Mining Company.
November 11, 1883

Dr. Gunsolly has not regained consciousness yet, but is under the watchful eye of Dr. McKown, Dr. Dickinson, and Dr. O'Neall.
In regard to: Gunsolly.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Dickinson.
In regard to: O??Neall.
December 2, 1883

Jesse Edwards' leg was amputated above the knee, above all fractures, by Dr. McKown, assisted by Dr. O'Neal and Dr. Dickinson.
In regard to: Edwards, Jesse.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: O'Neal.
In regard to: Dickinson.
December 14, 1883

Jack Moran, of Lead City, stepped in a hole on Friday evening, and fell, breaking his right leg. Dr. McKown attended the injured man, and he is doing as well as possible under the circumstances. Moran, Jack.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Lead.
December 2, 1883

Mrs. Bemis, the dressmaker, has removed to the house formally occupied by Dr. McKown, corner of Williams street and City creek.
In regard to: Bemis, Mrs.
In regard to: McKown.
December 14, 1883

Harry Pinneo goes around with one of his hands in a sling, and it came about thusly: He has a horse that he loves as himself, and some fellow in passing him to show off large, struck the horse. The strikers head came in immediate contact with Harry's fist the result being, a broken finger. Dr. McKown reduced the fracture, but the fellows head, we know nothing of.
In regard to: Pinneo, Harry.
In regard to: McKown.
December 30, 1883

Sick with rheumatism for weeks, Dr. McKown gave him pills and he was excused from jury duty.
In regard to: Beuter, John.
January 3, 1884

Mr. Carey, South Bend, had a finger amputated by Dr. McKown.
In regard to: McKown.
January 31, 1884

Mr. Posner's wound has been troubling him. A piece of skull has become detached and is working through the scalp. Dr. McKown will remove it.
In regard to: McKown.
February 1, 1884

George Wade's daughter doing well and expected to recover after mishap while coasting on Garden City hill. Nellie Wade's jaw has been set by Dr. McKown. Lottie Lincoln is well and out of danger.
In regard to: Wade, George.
In regard to: Wade, Nellie.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Lincoln, Lottie.
In regard to: Garden City.
February 12, 1884

Dr. McKown set Jennings Whitney's leg, which was found to have one of the shank bones broken. It will be set in plaster, and he will be able to attend school in about two weeks.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Whitney, Jennings.
March 12, 1884

Wednesday a farmer came in with a load of hay and sold it to Governor Bogy. He was told to go and get the load weighed and to return with the weigher??s ticket, and he went, but has not yet returned. Thursday morning the governor ascertained that the went down to Grimshaw??s scales, and by accident fell and broke his collar bone. Dr. McKown came in and put it in place.
In regard to: Bogy.
In regard to: Grimshaw.
March 14, 1884

Mrs. Dr. McKown, who has been quite seriously indisposed for some time, is now slowly convalescing.
In regard to: McKown, Mrs.
March 23, 1884

Dr. McKown and assistants will perform a surgical operation on Captain Foster of Golden Gate, to remove a cancer from his arm.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Foster.
In regard to: Golden Gate.
April 2, 1884

Dr. McKown examined the Italian at the jail who is supposed to be insane. He discovered he was suffering from a blow on the head. His name is Bartholomew Orienta. Sagnio was interpreter on the occasion.
In regard to: McKown
In regard to: Orienta, Bartholomew.
In regard to: Sagnio.
April 25, 1884

Mr. Hadley was riding on a load of wood in Blacktail when the wagon struck a snag which pitched him off the load and under the wagon wheel. His leg was broken in three places and Dr. McKown gave his opinion that he would lose the leg.
In regard to: Hadley.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Blacktail.
May 21, 1884

Yesterday at the county hospital Dr. McKown, assisted by Dr. Rogers, amputated Steven Lewis' left leg just above the ankle. It will be remembered that about six months ago Mr. Lewis dropped a pistol out of his pocket, which exploded one of the chambers and he received the ball in his left foot.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Rogers.
In regard to: Lewis, Steven.
May 25, 1884

Dr. McKown and Dr. Rogers amputated the leg of Mr. Hadley, of Blacktail, who was thrown from a wagon a short time since.
In regard to: Hadley.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Rogers.
In regard to: Blacktail.
May 27, 1884

Dr. McKown gets acid in eyes.
In regard to: McKown.
June 3, 1884

Dr. McKown removes tumor from Chinaman.
In regard to: McKown, J. S.
In regard to: Loy, Hy.
June 13, 1884

Beuter thrown from horse.
In regard to: Beuter, John.
In regard to: McKown.
July 1, 1884

Hoff still one of best musicians.
In regard to: Hoff, Jacob.
In regard to: McKown.
July 17, 1884

McKown deserts from Ft. Meade.
In regard to: McKown, F. L.
July 27, 1884

Schultz leg amputated.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: Schultz, T.
Aug. 2, 1884

Hunt still ill.
In regard to: Hunt, John.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Babcock, Lyman F.
Aug. 16, 1884

Smith dies of gunshot wound.
In regard to: Smith, George.
In regard to: Dunn, Joshua.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
Nov. 5, 1884

"Agonizer" Smith attempts to carmine the town.
In regard to: Smith, George.
In regard to: Mather, Clark.
In regard to: Sweeny, Martin.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: McCarthy.
Nov. 7, 1884

Potter has abscess surgery.
In regard to: Potter, W. T.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
Nov. 16, 1884

Black Hills Medical Society meets.
In regard to: Medical Society.
In regard to: Dickinson, D. K.
In regard to: O'Neall, J. C.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: VanBuskirk.
In regard to: Pratt, George W.
Nov. 30, 1884

Mrs. McKown returns.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
Dec. 3, 1884

Beatty feet amputated.
In regard to: Dickinson, D. K.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Beatty, Francis.
In regard to: Bell, Annie.
Jan. 6, 1885

County revokes physician commission.
In regard to: Wolzmuth, John.
In regard to: Lawrence County Commission.
In regard to: Higbie, J. W.
In regard to: Times newspaper.
In regard to: Pioneer newspaper.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Dickinson, D. K.
Jan. 17, 1885

Dr. McKown dies of congestion.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
May 8, 1885

McKown funeral.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Mount Moriah.
In regard to: Freeman, J. W.
In regard to: McKenny,
In regard to: Stein.
In regard to: Dickinson, Daniel K.
In regard to: Rogers, Morris.
In regard to: O'Neall, J. C.
May 9, 1885

Arrivals and departures.
In regard to: Stagelines.
In regard to: Shields, J.
In regard to: Baldwin, J. A.
In regard to: Jackson, F. O.
In regard to: Clark, John.
In regard to: Lawrie, Mattie.
In regard to: Strong, A. W.
In regard to: Hayne.
In regard to: O'Brien, P. D.
In regard to: Patch, N. Mrs.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S. Mrs.
May 13, 1885

McKown household goods sold to Damon.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Damon, Harry.
May 13, 1885

Arson attempt thwarthed.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: Fassold.
In regard to: Perkins.
May 15, 1885

McKown nephew requests particulars of death.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S.
In regard to: McKown, James W.
May 22, 1885

Recent arrival from New Orleans.
In regard to: McKown, Z. S. Mrs.
March 2, 1886

Elizabeth Orr, Central City's Lady Physician
Goes On Trial for the Death of Wife, Star and Bullock Employee


Warrant issued for arrest of Elizabeth Orr in death of Mrs. Holmquist by abortion.

Central City's lady physician
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth
Feb 08 1882

Swedish girl wants situation in private family
In regard to: Holmquist,
May 25 1883

Writes to newspaper in east, asks for servant help
In regard to: Holmquist,
Jun 01 1883

Wanted;immediately, 3 or 4 rooms for housekeeping
In regard to: Holmquist, A.E.
Sep 15 1883

At about 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, Mrs. E.A. Holmquist, whose husband has been in the employ of Star and Bullock for some time, was sitting in her parlor conversing with a lady friend, when she was suddenly seized with a trembling, and fell over on the floor dead. She has been troubled for some time with heart disease, but there was no thought of her being in any serious danger. Her husband, E.A. Holmquist, is thus in a moment left alone in the world with three helpless children, in almost a strange land, but we can assure him of the sympathy of the people his little family has so recently come amongst. Funeral on Monday at 2 o'clock p.m.
In regard to: Holmquist, E.A. Mrs. aka Holmquist, Mary C.
In regard to: Holmquist, E.A.
In regard to: Star and Bullock.
December 23, 1883

Warrant issued for arrest of Elizabeth Orr in death of Mrs. Holmquist by abortion.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mary C.
December 29, 1883

Raffling fine heavy plate silver dining set to raise money to take children to Chicago.
In regard to: Holmquist, A.E.
January 6, 1884

Report of monies received and expended for Holmquist family with balance to defray expense of children traveling to Chicago.
In regard to: E. McDonald and F.C. Poll, committee.
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
In regard to: Hank.
In regard to: Jewett.
In regard to: McDonald, E.
In regard to: Poll, F.C.
In regard to: Fishel and Brothers.
In regard to: Hoyt, Lowe and Masterson.
January 8, 1884

Summary of Elizabeth Orr trial regarding the death of Mrs. Holmquist. Defendant is accused of manslaughter of Mrs. Holmquist who was quick with child.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mary C.
In regard to: Women.
January 19, 1884

Selected for district court jury in Elizabeth Orr trial.
In regard to: Richards, L.C.
In regard to: Buchanan, W.H.
In regard to: McConley, G.W.
In regard to: Meade, L.G.
In regard to: Allen, C.P.
In regard to: Stout, O.B.
In regard to: Demouth, C.F.
In regard to: Colton, C.W.
In regard to: Kelley, J.S.
In regard to: Wilcox, D.P.
In regard to: Hall, C.W.
In regard to: Carter, Thomas.
January 19, 1884

Witness for the Elizabeth Orr trial regarding the death of Mary Holmquist.
In regard to: Holmquist, Andrew A.
In regard to: Dougherty, Maggie.
In regard to: King, Mary.
In regard to: McKown.
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
In regard to: Allabaugh, Bertie.
January 19, 1884

Witness for Elizabeth Orr trial regarding death of Mary Holmquist.
In regard to: Daougherty, Daniel.
In regard to: Cranstoun, John Mrs.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mabel.
In regard to: Dickenson, D.K.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: O??Neall.
In regard to: Faut, Tom.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Lowe, Will.
In regard to: Edmonds, J.F.
January 20, 1884

Witness in district court case of Elizabeth Orr regarding the death of Mary Holmquist.
In regard to: Baird, Anna L.
In regard to: Ergler, Mrs.
In regard to: Holmquist, E.A.
In regard to: White, J.W.C.
In regard to: Maggie, Daugherty.
In regard to: McCoy, A.A.
January 22, 1884

Verdict of not guilty decided by jury of Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
January 23, 1884

Witness in Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist.
In regard to: Dougherty, Maggie.
In regard to: King, Joe Mrs.
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
February 7, 1884

Appointed as juror on Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Sweet, Samuel, H.
In regard to: Cooper, Robert
In regard to: Cronin, Dennis.
In regard to: Bell, John.
In regard to: Wheeler, Samuel A.
In regard to: McDermott, E.
In regard to: Biles, William.
In regard to: Roberts, A.J.
In regard to: Brasch, John.
In regard to: Everetts, Chester H.
In regard to: Alber, Martin.
In regard to: Gibson, William.
February 7, 1884

Witness in Elizabeth Orr case.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: O??Neill, J.C.
In regard to: Faught, Thomas B.
In regard to: McKinney, A.
In regard to: Cranston, Fanny.
In regard to: Dickinson, D.K.
In regard to: McKown, Z.S.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: Ingalls, A.O.
February 8, 1884

District court. Mrs. Orr was discharged from custody.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
March 11, 1884

Death. At the residence of Mrs. Orr, in Central City last evening, of consumption, William Harvey, a native of England, 30 years of age. Deceased was a miner well known in the up gulch and an invalid since last fall.
In regard to: Orr, Mrs.
In regard to: Harvey, William.
April 1, 1884

A.E. Holmquist and children leave by Pierre coach to stay with relatives.
In regard to: Holmquist, A.E.
In regard to: Stagelines.
April 27, 1884

Date under attack of rheumatism.
In regard to: Date, Samuel.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
May 26, 1885

Wall regains use of left eye.
In regard to: Wall, William.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Aug. 4, 1885

Baird back on the street.
In regard to: Baird, L. C.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Oct. 21, 1885

Mrs. Hildreth sick with fever.
In regard to: Hildreth, J. Mrs.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
July 16, 1886

Land patents received from Washington.
In regard to: Keech, Adon D.
In regard to: Wing, Marguerite H.
In regard to: Holmquist, Andrew E.
In regard to: Morris, Charles E.
In regard to: Proctor, George A.
In regard to: Moore, Lydia A.
In regard to: Rogers, Peter L.
In regard to: Gerrans, John C.
In regard to: Bozenet, John.
In regard to: Williams, William H.
In regard to: Erie, Peter L.
In regard to: Bunnell, David H.
In regard to: Bowman, Ed M.
In regard to: Mulholland, Thomas M.
In regard to: Cardinal, Cheophase.
In regard to: Brooks, William A.
Oct. 13, 1886

Rosseer much better.
In regard to: Rosseer, James.
In regard to: Orr, Mrs.
Dec. 29, 1886

Jamsa dies at Central City.
In regard to: Jambsa, Lacoes.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: South Lead Cemetery.
Dec. 29, 1886

Owens much better.
In regard to: Owens, Wyman.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 6, 1887

Weeden moves business.
In regard to: Weeden, C.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
July 24, 1887

Board of health informal session.
In regard to: Spafford, F. A.
In regard to: Swaine, George D.
In regard to: Kidney, J. M.
In regard to: Bowman, A. H.
In regard to: Sanderson, J. L.
In regard to: Stein, H.
In regard to: Wedelstaedt, Henrich A. L.
In regard to: Louthan, J. M.
In regard to: Conley, P.
In regard to: Cheney, S. B.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: White, J. L. C.
In regard to: Overman, Dr.
Aug. 7, 1887

Unknown lady dies at Central at Elizabeth Orr's
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth
Aug. 26, 1887

District court Jan. 17.
In regard to: Blood, William M.
In regard to: Phillips,
In regard to: Roberts, Thomas E.
In regard to: Whitney, E. W.
In regard to: Ramsdell, Joseph.
In regard to: Richardson, Joseph L.
In regard to: Knight, Andrew J.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Plowman, A. J.
In regard to: Thomas, Charles M.
In regard to: Frank, Alpheus E.
In regard to: Frawley, Henry.
In regard to: Prosser, Moses.
Jan. 17, 1888

Inquest and autopsy on McGimpsey.
In regard to: McGimpsey, Robert.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Weedon, Charles.
In regard to: McDonald, J. H.
In regard to: Shannon, Edward.
In regard to: O??Neal, J. C.
In regard to: Freeman, J. W.
Feb. 22, 1888

Would-be doctor, Elizabeth Orr.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 22, 1888

Warrant issued for "Doctor" Orr.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 24, 1888

Elizabeth Orr arraigned.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: McLaughlin, W. L.
In regard to: Frawley, Henry.
Feb. 25, 1888

Orr reported leaving.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Feb. 28, 1888

Orr case goes to grand jury.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
March 1, 1888

District court report March 14.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Jackson, Ira.
In regard to: Deitcher, W.
In regard to: Halliday, Fred.
March 14, 1888

Franier case goes to court.
In regard to: Frainer, Louis.
In regard to: Steidler, Fred A.
In regard to: Plowman, A. J.
In regard to: Ervin, Green.
In regard to: Jackson, Frank.
In regard to: Moore, Van.
In regard to: Stranger.
In regard to: Frainer, George.
In regard to: Moore, Mary.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Garland, James W.
March 16, 1888

District court report March 17.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Sproat, John R.
In regard to: Fox, Alvin.
In regard to: Scollard, John.
March 17, 1888

Dr. Orr's sign taken away.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
March 31, 1888

Ramsey in precarious condition.
In regard to: Ramsey, William.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
June 15, 1888

Mrs. Orr very sick.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
Dec. 20, 1890

Deadwood Abortion Issues

There are professional abortionists in this town
In regard to: Health
Jan 21 1880

Physician in town felt to be an abortionist
In regard to: Abortion
Feb 07 1880

Abortionists have a lucrative business in Deadwood
In regard to: Health
Apr 29 1880

Is coroner of Lawrence, wants names of abortionist
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
Apr 30 1880

Coroner to examine bodies of possible abortions
In regard to: Smith, B.P.
May 01 1880

Cases of abortions performed that proved fatal
In regard to: Health
May 01 1880

Charged Fred Sawyer with abortion and concealment
In regard to: Sawyer, Effie A.
In regard to: Sawyer, Fred B.
Nov 06 1880

Warrant issued for arrest of Elizabeth Orr in death of Mrs. Holmquist by abortion.
In regard to: Orr, Elizabeth.
In regard to: Holmquist, Mary C.
December 29, 1883

Abortion another outrage.
In regard to: Meissier, Emma.
In regard to: Woods, Brad.
In regard to: Pierce, Mose.
In regard to: Seedall, Joe.
In regard to: Crist, Squire B.
In regard to: Dickinson, D. K.
In regard to: Rogers, Morris.
In regard to: Catholic cemetery.
Sept. 10, 1889

Madame Henrico, Medical Clairvoyant, Fortune Teller, Dressmaker
Modern shylock Henrico Livinston Takes on Father Rosen and The Catholic Church


Medical clairvoyant and fortune teller, at Gayville
In regard to: Henrico, Madame
Aug 06 1877

Know thy destiny, medical clairvoyant, ad
In regard to: Henrico, Madame
Oct 27 1877

Application for a Patent
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Dec 02 1882

Application for a Patent
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Dec 02 1882

Henrico permitted to make application for patent
In regard to: Harry Livinston lode.
Mar 04 1883

Father Rosen purchased lot on Upper Main for school
In regard to: Rosen, Father
Jun 03 1883

Father Rosen sold land he purchased for Catholic school
In regard to: Catholic Church
Jun 08 1883

Father transferred to school board land he purchased
In regard to: Rosen, Father
Jun 08 1883

Fortune teller, claims ground as hers, building stopped
In regard to: Livinston, Miss
Jun 20 1883

Lady with power of peering into realm of dim future
In regard to: Livinston, Mrs
Jul 06 1883

Found guilty of assault, fined $5 and costs
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Jul 07 1883

Father employing laborers to build barn
In regard to: Rosen, Father
Aug 11 1883

Upset with laborers dumping dirt on her lot
In regard to: Livinston, Miss
Aug 11 1883

Charged with assault, plead not guilty
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Aug 15 1883

Wants restraining order against Father Rosen
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Aug 26 1883

Anniversary of Father's arrival, accomplished much
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Sep 09 1883

Case against him for assault and battery taken up
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 14 1883

Jury came in with verdict of not guilty
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 15 1883

Commenced suit against Father Rosen
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 21 1883

Trial continued, intoxicated condition of witness
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Sep 22 1883

Father extends thanks to good people of Deadwood
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Sep 23 1883

Plaintiff's application for injunction denied
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sep 26 1883

Rosen, Brinkerhoff and Rodebank released of charges
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Oct 03 1883

Discharged, no evidence to hold him on trespassing
In regard to: Rosen, Peter Father
Oct 03 1883

Patent received for Livinston lode.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Nov. 7, 1884

Livinston disputes Pioneer statement.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Sept 13, 1885

Livinston indicted.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Jan. 22, 1886

Henrico takes up residence.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Jan. 23, 1886

Descend and decamp.
In regard to: Garr, Ben.
In regard to: Telephone lines.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
May 23, 1886

Girard served notice.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Livinston, Rose.
In regard to: Girard, Joseph.
Sept. 22, 1886

Livinston insanity case continued.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Oct. 8, 1886

Modern shylock Henrico Livinston.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Harry Livinston lode.
In regard to: Sparks, William A. J.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Caulfield, Barney G.
April 20, 1887

Land office business July 13.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Knull, D. R.
In regard to: Lead.
In regard to: Blunck, E. T.
In regard to: Murphy, Thomas.
In regard to: Lancaster, J. E.
In regard to: King, Peter.
In regard to: Harry Livinston Lode.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
July 13, 1887

Report on Miller's death.
In regard to: Lynn, William.
In regard to: Miller, John H.
In regard to: Miller, Robert.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
March 17, 1888

Livinston in hock.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
April 17, 1888

Livinston arraigned and remanded.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
April 18, 1888

Overdose incapacitates Chinese prisoner.
In regard to: Quin Quin.
In regard to: Doughterty, Charles.
In regard to: Jackson, Frank P.
In regard to: Sweatman, A. L.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Rorapaugh, H. Clark.
April 25, 1888

Mrs. Livinston back in jail.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
May 3, 1888

Mining claims deeded to church.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Catholic church.
Oct. 6, 1889

Mineral vs. townsite.
In regard to: Land office.
In regard to: Deadwood.
In regard to: Catholic church.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
Nov. 2, 1889

Laborers arrested for language.
In regard to: Stockmorton, A. B.
In regard to: Jones, Louis.
In regard to: Westinger, E.
In regard to: McDonald, R. B.
In regard to: Palmer, Andrew.
In regard to: Evans, Robert.
In regard to: Damon, J. Harry.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Star, Solomon.
August 1, 1891

Dismissal granted in Livinston case.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
August 4, 1891

Livinston cases dismissed.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Rose, Richard.
In regard to: Doe, John.
In regard to: Evans, Roberts.
August 5, 1891

Mrs. Livinston arrested.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
August 11, 1891

Mrs. Livinston demands jury trial.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
August 12, 1891

A learned justice.
In regard to: Livinston, Henrico L.
In regard to: Bennett, Granville G.
In regard to: Stannus, John.
Aug. 15, 1891

Madame Henrico Livinston Genealogy
1880 Federal Census Deadwood

Name: Henrico Livinston
Age: 37
Estimated birth year: 1843
Birthplace: Maryland
Occupation: Dressmaker
Relationship to head-of-household: Self
Home in 1880: Deadwood, Lawrence, Dakota Territory
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Female
Father's birthplace: ENG
Mother's birthplace: ENG

Madam Frenchy

Brought charges against Carrie Murray, a bad girl
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
Jul 31 1879

Opened out a restaurant at fair grounds
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
Sep 22 1880

Will give grand Christmas dinner at her house
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
Dec 25 1880

Madam Frenchy tells the future and past on Main St.
In regard to: Frenchy, Madam
Apr 16 1881

Fined for not appearing in court
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs.
Dec 31 1881

Remained calm, sat quietly in room smoking, safe
In regard to: Frenchy, Mrs
May 19 1883

Mr. and Mrs. Frenchy and how Mrs. Frenchy was a slave and sold many times in her life, ending up in Deadwood.
In regard to: Frenchy.
In regard to: Black Americans.
May 4, 1884

"Frenchy" Justine Cacheline

"Has a collection of 25,000 bottles, judged insane"
"Bottle pile as much a Hills institute as Wild Bill"


Cacheline, Justin assault in court
Jun 02 1877
In regard to: Justine Cacheline, Old Frenchy
In regard to: Black Americans

Cachelin, Justin in court
Jun 05 1877
In regard to to: Justine Cacheline, Old Frenchy

Started from Pactola, not heard from for 3 weeks
Oct 27 1877
In regard to to: Frenchy

Frenchy may be held as hostage for the Whip
Oct 27 1877
In regard to to: Whip, The

The bottle fiend, exhausted his swear words on boy
Mar 09 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

The bottle fiend, has been crazy for some time
Mar 19 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

The bottle fiend now collecting corks from gutter
Mar 22 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Took his anual face bath yesterday
Apr 08 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

"Heroine of the Hills" now Frenchy's partner
Apr 12 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Bottle ranch on City creek photographed yesterday
May 27 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Old French bottle fiend judged to have level head
May 28 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Old bottle fiend was a guest of bastile one night
Jul 06 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Old French, the bottle fiend
Jul 18 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Frenchman's cabin, surrounded by all his bottles
Aug 14 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Interesting facts about the "Bottle Fiend"
Aug 23 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Fiend collected beer bottles, someone smashed them
Sep 21 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Swore in four languages he didn't steal the butter
Oct 17 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Stranger entered camp yesterday, 10 times dirtier
Nov 01 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Visits the swill-tubs half a dozen times a day
Nov 12 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Been in court over 200 times, not bathed in 6 yrs
Nov 28 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Attorney deserted him, Hamilton is new attorney
Nov 28 1878
In regard to to: Justin Cachelin, Old Frenchy

What will happen to his bottles if moved to asylum
Nov 29 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Used to only take "quartz", takes pints now too
Dec 06 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Old colored man attacked by Johnny Burns
Dec 10 1878
In regard to to: Frenchy

Drank too much and attacked Frenchy
Dec 10 1878
In regard to to: Burns, Johnny

Has a collection of 25,000 bottles, judged insane
Jan 14 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Black Hills items from the Leadville Colorado Reveille
Feb 27 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Bottle fiend has reformed while in east
Mar 24 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Wants to sue Deadwood for tearing down his shack
Mar 25 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

List of goods belonging to him destroyed in fire
Mar 29 1879
In regard to to: Justin Cachelin, Old Frenchy

Did more to keep streets clean than commissioners
Mar 29 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

One of Deadwoods most prominent characters
Apr 17 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Our colored Frenchy, found another man took wife
May 17 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Bottle fiend couldn't keep secret of B.H. treasure
Jun 10 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Would be great in parade if not picking up bottles
Jun 20 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Consented to march in 4th of July parade with girl
Jun 24 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Latest pants have tin drawer to carry ice in
Jun 28 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Made a prospecting tour clear around the belt
Jul 17 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Says he intends to sell his bottles to Homestake
Jul 27 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Slaughter house would render him
wild with delight
Jul 29 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Brought charges against Carrie Murray, a bad girl
Jul 31 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy, Mrs

Arrested yesterday for being mixed up in a row
Jul 31 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Judge gives Frenchy $18. worth of court "medicine"
Aug 01 1879
In regard to to: Clark, John

Colored brudder got $18. worth of court "medicine"
Aug 01 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

No longer collecting beer bottles,
only wine bottles
Aug 02 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Was up before Coleman for something or another
Aug 08 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Gathering in everything he finds loose in back yard
Aug 26 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Attempted to bluff another colored boy, suffered
Sep 19 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Says his business suffered wonderfully in the fire
Oct 04 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Offered a job on the DeSmet paper by Bowie
Nov 06 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Shaved off beard, now if he would wash his face!
Nov 14 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Cigar stump pocket caught fire, nearly got burnt
Nov 25 1879
In regard to to: Frenchy

Man of good leather, doing the metropolis of Hills
Dec 16 1879
In regard to to: Hannifan, Dennis

Took old Frenchy and bought him a complete outfit
Jan 09 1880
In regard to to: Hannifan, Dennis

Hannifan took the old man and bought him new clothes
Jan 09 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Only scavengers in town are he and a few swine
Jan 21 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

He and his wife cheated out of their hard earnings
Jan 23 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Big colored Frenchy says he was whipped by Harry
Jan 23 1880
In regard to to: Handsome Harry

Handsome Harry wanted to bring suit against French
Jan 27 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

He and his wife testified to type of place Garr ran
Jan 28 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Disappointed that clothing did not change Frenchy
Feb 19 1880
In regard to to: Hannifan, Dennis

Some of the boys put up a small job on old Frenchy
Feb 20 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy,

Wanted to buy the pants Frenchy had on
Feb 22 1880
In regard to to: Spencer, Charley, County Officer, Constable

Made pants that even looked good on Frenchy
Feb 22 1880
In regard to to: McLeary and McCurdy

Sheriff Manning feels he found his lost pants, on Frenchy
Feb 22 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Sold all the bottles he has collected to brewery
Feb 22 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Lost pants from his room, found them on Frenchy
Feb 22 1880
In regard to to: Manning, John P.

What our leading citizens know of politics
Feb 24 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Had altercation with Big Frenchy over unpaid bill
Mar 07 1880
In regard to to: Riley, Ed

Early Days, Chapter VII
Mar 09 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Known as Frenchy, frosted his hands and feet
Mar 16 1880
In regard to to: Cachelin, Justin

Has wealthy brothers in Nebraska who would take him in
Mar 19 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

The progress of our own little war
Mar 25 1880
In regard to to: Times Newspaper
In regard to to: Press Newspaper
In regard to to: Pioneer Newspaper
In regard to to: News, The
In regard to to: Jenny, Professor
In regard to to: Frenchy
In regard to to: Calamity Jane
In regard to to: Chinese
In regard to to: Early, Patrick H.
In regard to to: Beaman, Hank

Lying in cabin on City creek in destitute condition
Mar 26 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Frenchy ordered removed to the hospital
Mar 27 1880
In regard to to: Allen, John

Carried out the order and took Frenchy to hospital
Mar 27 1880
In regard to to: Beaman, Hank

Moved to the hospital, may never recovered
Mar 27 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Will have competition from second hand shop
Apr 15 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Had noisy discussion with a Chinaman
Jun 01 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Wearing a stunning plug hat, improves his appearance
Jun 13 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Poem - "Of All the Mining Countries"
Aug 29 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Opened out a restaurant at fair grounds
Sep 22 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy, Mrs

Collecting old bottles, there's millions in it
Sep 29 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Ten cent faro man, not the fiend, in Gunnison Co.
Oct 01 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Hole in sidewalk, just big enough for foot, danger
Oct 10 1880
In regard to to: Minnesota Bakery , Sherman Street

Slipped and fell on 5-step offset, seriously injured
Nov 27 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Lying in cabin in filthy condition, moved to hospital
Dec 01 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Made fortune in mining but lost all in speculation
Dec 04 1880
In regard to to: Justin Cachelin, Old Frenchy

Old Frenchy came into Hills with Mundy in 1876
Dec 05 1880
In regard to to: Mundy, Henry

Capt knew Frenchy at Custer, all respected him
Dec 05 1880
In regard to to: Munson,
In regard to to: Dodson,

Old Frenchy still on deck, liveliest kind of corps
Dec 05 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy

Much improved at Burnham Hospital
Dec 07 1880
In regard to to: Justin Cachelin, Old Frenchy

Death, Old Frenchy, eccentric, but never hurt anyone
Dec 24 1880
In regard to to: Cachelin, Justin

Will give grand Christmas dinner at her house
Dec 25 1880
In regard to to: Frenchy, Mrs

"Old Frenchy" has poem written about his death
Jan 09 1881
In regard to to: Cachelin, Justin

"Lines on the Death of Old Frenchy J. Cachelin"
Jan 09 1881
In regard to to: Poem

"Old Frenchy's" early days as bottle collector
May 19 1881
In regard to to: Cachelin, Justin

Fined for not appearing in court
Dec 31 1881
In regard to to: Frenchy, Mrs.

Bottle pile as much a Hills institute as Wild Bill
Feb 17 1882
In regard to to: Frenchy

Sidewalk in from of bakery is a man trap
Nov 10 1882
In regard to to: Minnesota Bakery, Sherman Street

Man trap where Frenchy fell, and later died, still trap
Nov 11 1882
In regard to to: Minnesota Bakery

Man trap on Sherman opposite bakery repaired
Dec 05 1882
In regard to to: Minnesota Bakery

Remained calm, sat quietly in room smoking, safe
May 19 1883
In regard to to: Frenchy, Mrs

Story of Mr. and Mrs. Frenchy and how Mrs. Frenchy was a slave and sold many times in her life, ending up in Deadwood.
May 4, 1884
In regard to to: Frenchy.
In regard to to: Black Americans.

Mrs. Frenchy assaulted by Chinaman.
Nov. 21, 1884
An ungallant Chinaman assaulted Mrs. Frenchy, yesterday, with stones and very hard words.
In regard to to: Chinese
In regard to to: Frenchy

Sell Your Mines, End of The World is at Hand

Mother says world to end in 1881
In regard to: Shipton,
Jan 02 1879

Says he sold mine to travel before end of world
In regard to: Collins, Ed
Jun 05 1879

Came to see friends before world destroyed in 1881
In regard to: Collins, Ed
Dec 31 1879

Will sell mines, believes end of world is here
In regard to: Collins, Ed
Jan 21 1881


Aunt Lu's Boarding House, Lucretia Marshbanks, Proprietress
"Mother DeSmet" to Miners and Mine Superintendents


Found, two notes given by Brown to Marshbanks
In regard to: Brown, Mathew
In regard to: Marshbanks, Aunt Lu
Jun 18 1879

Golden Gate candidate for ring in popularity contest
In regard to: Marshbanks, Aunt Lu
Aug 15 1879

General time of resignation at the DeSmet
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 08 1880

"Aunt Lou" prepared supper for farewell testimonial
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia
Jan 11 1881

In town shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 14 1881

One of the first women to visit West Virginia City
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Aug 08 1881

Aunt Lou on her way to visit dying brother
In regard to: Leadville
Aug 16 1881

Returns to Rapid after sorrowful visit to Leadville
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sep 13 1881

Mother of Father DeSmet still reigns supreme
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov 14 1881

"Times" tells about highly respected colored lady
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec 12 1881

Visited Deadwood
In regard to: Marshbank, Miss
Dec 13 1881

At Dickenson reception
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Feb 23 1882

Aunt Lou in city yesterday, 1st time in many months
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia
Jul 21 1882

Mother DeSmet, was in town shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec 10 1882

Tired of working for other people, opened boarding house.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Gregg, Harry
June 05 1883

Came down from Central yesterday to do shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Bogle,
June 06 1883

Will be overrun providing dinners
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Jun 12 1883

Came down yesterday to do some shopping
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Aug 09 1883

Arrivals and departures.
In regard to: Stagelines.
In regard to: Hilyard, E.
In regard to: Blair, H.
In regard to: Cooper,
In regard to: Alexander, A. C.
In regard to: Ames, L.
In regard to: Marshbanks.
In regard to: Blitts, Lillie.
In regard to: House, J. M.
In regard to: Hunter, F. C.
In regard to: Gray, J. M.
March 27, 1885

Aunt Lou breaks left arm.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
June 5, 1885

Aunt Lou able to attend business.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
June 26, 1885

Aunt Lou visits in Lead.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
July 3, 1885

Summons.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Tann, G. A.
In regard to: Murrin, Thomas D.
Nov. 13, 1885

Aunt Lou beautifies boarding house.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 25, 1885

Letcher and Scott married.
In regard to: Letcher, Daniel W.
In regard to: Scott, Alice.
In regard to: Martin, E. H.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry.
In regard to: Marshbanks,
In regard to: Wilson, John R.
Jan. 14, 1886

Constable's sale.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Taun, G. A.
In regard to: Murrin, Thomas D.
In regard to: Woods, Brad C.
In regard to: Harvey, Thomas E.
March 2, 1886

Aunt Lou starts for Nashville.
In regard to: Aunt Lou also Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 21, 1886

Aunt Lou returns much improved.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
May 27, 1886

Aunt Lou looking 20 years younger.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
June 23, 1886

Passenger lists July 23.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
July 23, 1886

Martin dies of mine injury.
In regard to: Oleson, Martin.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Aug. 27, 1886

Aunt Lou looking for retirement place.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 1, 1886

Aunt Lou to purchase ranch.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 17, 1886

Mrs. Porter takes over for Aunt Lou.
In regard to: Porter, A. M.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 18, 1886

Aunt Lou visits.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Sept. 29, 1886

Aunt Lou??s wallpaper.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Oct. 18, 1885

Doors thrown wide open.
In regard to: Porter, A. M. Mrs.
In regard to: Marschbanks, Lucretia.
Oct. 1, 1886

Aunt Lou to winter on the ranch.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Oct. 21, 1886

Carey rents boarding house.
In regard to: Carey, Thomas.
In regard to: Porter, A. M. Mrs.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 18, 1886

Richard takes over Aunt Lou??s.
In regard to: Richard, John.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 20, 1886

Ne??er-do-well arrested.
In regard to: Russell, Henry.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: Rosebrough, Charles.
Dec. 18, 1886

Richards to take boarders.
In regard to: Richards, J. R.
In regard to: Johns, Richard.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec. 22, 1886

Hall??s court Dec. 22.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Russell, Henry.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: McLaughlin, Will.
In regard to: Halliday, Nora.
In regard to: Phaskel, William.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: Fink, Joseph.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Duffy, John C.
Dec. 22, 1886

Aunt Lou in the city.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
March 29, 1887

Aunt Lou returns to her ranch.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
March 30, 1887

Marshall to take unto himself a wife.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry J. P.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
May 21, 1887

Marshall and Marshbanks married.
In regard to: Marshall, Harry J. P.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Mattie.
In regard to: Buss, W. H.
May 24, 1887

Times rustler at Carbonate camp.
In regard to: Carbonate camp.
In regard to: Wright, Harry Mrs.
In regard to: Adelphi Mine.
In regard to: Wright, Harry.
In regard to: Iron Hill smelter.
In regard to: Black Hills Hotel.
In regard to: Holidays.
In regard to: Johnson, S. P.
In regard to: Forrest, Isaac.
In regard to: LaBarre, Pete.
In regard to: Brook, Al.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Nov. 18, 1887

Mrs. Marshal caring for sister.
In regard to: Marshal, Harry Mrs.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
Dec. 21, 1887

Central City improvements.
In regard to: LaRose and Company.
In regard to: Lenk, J. J. and Son.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Dickinson and Cornes.
In regard to: Story, Charles.
In regard to: Norton, Frank.
In regard to: Fairview mill.
In regard to: Central City.
May 1, 1888

Aunt Lou DeSmet visiting sister.
In regard to: Marshal, Harry Mrs.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
June 17, 1888

"Aunt Lou" dies at Beulah.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
March 27, 1890

Aunt Lou tired, but not dead.
In regard to: Marshbanks, Lucretia.
In regard to: Marshal, Harry.
March 28, 1890

Federal Census Data, Aunt Lu was still giving it her best as of 1910

Name: Lucretia Marshbanks
Age in 1910: 78
Estimated birth year: abt 1832
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1910: Beulah, Crook, Wyoming
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Dwyer and Odell's Deadwood Gambling Establishment
Romeo Charles Dwyer and Jack Odell Proprietors


Judge Hall and Mayor Star try to put a cinch on ruffianism, gambling and prostitution by pulling gambling houses 1890.

Longtime Madame and Mother Dwyer, Hattie Bell Dies
Brothel Partner and Wife Mary Dwyer
Opts to Open a Women's Seminary


Double Suicide in the Bad Lands

Gem Theatre ruffian beat young man who died later
In regard to: Gem Theatre
In regard to: O'Dell, Jack
Dec 17 1880

Jack O'Dell Beat young man so severely he died from the effect
In regard to: O'Dell, Jack
Dec 17 1880

Arrested for assault by Officer Dunn
In regard to: Odell, J.
In regard to: Dunn, Bill
Jan 26 1881

Charged Odell $5 fine and costs for assault on Main
In regard to: Giddings, William
In regard to: O'Dell, Jack
Jan 26 1881

Accidentally stabbed by Campbell at Gem Theater
In regard to: Odell, Jack
Oct 17 1881

Accompanied Lawrenson to arrest Dittenhoffer
In regard to: Odell,
Mar 31 1882

New bills presented to city council
In regard to: O'Dell, J.
May 04 1882

Finance committee reported favorably on bills
In regard to: O'Dell, J.
May 16 1882

Hotel arrivals at Merchants Hotel
In regard to: Odell, J.
Jul 18 1882

Hotel arrivals at Cosmopolitan Hotel
In regard to: Odell, J.
Aug 01 1882

Acquitted on assault charge, evidence insufficient
In regard to: O??Dell, John
Aug 16 1882

Byrne and Odell beat Blodgett beyond recognition
In regard to: Odell, Jack
In regard to: Byrne, John
In regard to: Blodgett, Sam
Nov 07 1882

Both jaws broken by kicks to face, badly beaten
In regard to: Blodgett, Sam
Nov 07 1882

Mrs Lindenbower sends daughter after liquor, drunk
In regard to: Mrs Lindenbower
Jan 04 1883

Mayor orders saloons to quit selling liquor to her
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs.
Jan 04 1883

Hardest man this side of Calaverus Co, in town
In regard to: Buckskin Bill
Jun 14 1883

Arrested for assaulting a woman on lower Main St
In regard to: Buckskin Bill
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs. Etta
Jul 08 1883

Found in sick, destitute and wrecked condition
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs
Oct 03 1883

On Sunday morning the Times advertised for the parents of the little girl, Nellie Driesdale, to come and get their child. The father, a most worthy man, who has been searching for her ever since her leaving home, saw the notice yesterday and last evening came down from Blacktail, where he resides, and took charge of her. Jack Odell saw the little waif on the street and provided her with a comfortable home, where she remained until yesterday morning when she went to Charles Posner??s and was taken care of by his family.
In regard to: Driesdale, Nellie.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Posner, Charles.
In regard to: Blacktail.
November 20, 1883

J.B. Clark, alias Bucksin Bill, the man who died at Sturgis City, due mention of which was made in the Times, was buried in Potter??s Field, yesterday, by Coroner Smith. This man will be remembered as the party who assaulted Mrs. Lindenbower, was indicted by the grand jury, plead guilty, and served out his sentence, sixty days in the county jail, and a few days after his discharge again assaulted her, for which he received at the hands of unknown parties a wholesome castigation. He drifted off to Sturgis, where he was, as when here, a drunken, worthless nuisance, and not a soul who ever knew or heard of him felt any regret at his untimely taking off, and not a person outside of those whose duty it was to bury paupers, went near him or attended his funeral. His life was a miserable failure.
In regard to: Clark, J.B.
In regard to: Buckskin Bill
In regard to: Smith
In regard to: Lindenbower, Mrs.
In regard to: Sturgis
December 11, 1883

Mesdames Phillips and Lockwood, over Zipp's store, are conducting a private boarding house,
that is as near the ideal as is usually attained.
In regard to: Phillips, Mrs.
In regard to: Lockwood, Mrs.
In regard to: Zipp??s.
February 26, 1884

Odell arrested.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Russian Alice.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Tyler, William Pitt.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
Aug. 27, 1884

Lindenbower returns from tour.
In regard to: Lindenbower.
In regard to: Dority, Daniel T.
Nov. 16, 1884

District court.
In regard to: Church, William E.
In regard to: Dawson, Andrew R. Z.
In regard to: Webster, R. C.
In regard to: Vosburgh, Theodore.
In regard to: McDonald, A.
In regard to: Gundy, Henry.
In regard to: Rayner, George.
In regard to: O??Dell, Jack.
In regard to: Pettijohn, James.
In regard to: Stroop, William.
In regard to: Simpson, Levi.
In regard to: Hilton, John.
Jan. 10, 1885

Tom and Jerry mix.
In regard to: Lindenbower.
In regard to: Day, Billy.
Jan. 21, 1885

Lindenbower leaves for Butte.
In regard to: Lindenbower, W. J.
Jan. 27, 1885

Biscollio to appeal guilty judgment.
In regard to: Biscollio, Fred, harpists
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
Aug. 12, 1885

Issues between Mrs. Bell and young Dandridge.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Dandridge, Damon.
Sept. 16, 1886

Boscolio arraigned.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
Nov. 27, 1886

Boscolio case dismissed.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
Dec. 1, 1886

Warrant issued for Boscolio.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Duffy, John C.
April 20, 1887

Boscolio not found.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
April 21, 1887

Italian harp player Sabe?
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Chilson, Miss.
April 22, 1887

Marshal Dunn almost ready to soar.
In regard to: Dunn, William L.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Bounds, Jack.
In regard to: Waddell, Nick.
In regard to: Manning, Jack.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
April 26, 1887

Harp shipped to skipper.
In regard to: Boscolio, Fred.
May 3, 1887

Accident injures Misses Brooks and May.
In regard to: May, Blanche.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Geddes, Jim.
In regard to: Kirke, Hazel aka Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Babcock, Lyman F.
Sept. 22, 1887

Larceny of blocks and planks.
In regard to: Damon, Harry.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
Oct. 2, 1887

Grand opening this evening.
In regard to: Lawson, Charley.
In regard to: Mahan, John.
In regard to: Weeden, Levi.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Dec. 3, 1887

Hattie's fire put out by hand.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Fire.
Dec. 13, 1887

Elegant piano at Lawson and Dwyer.
In regard to: Graves, F. W.
In regard to: Lawson and Dwyer.
Jan. 21, 1888

Double suicide in the Bad Lands.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
In regard to: Lindenbower, William.
In regard to: Riley, Pete.
In regard to: Trudell, Patrick H.
In regard to: Connolly, Joseph.
In regard to: Kirke, Hazel aka Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Wright, William H.
In regard to: Bean, W. W.
In regard to: West, John.
In regard to: Mauss, John.
In regard to: Catholic cemetery.
March 28, 1888

Laundy and Lindenbower inquests.
In regard to: Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Rogers, M.
In regard to: West, John.
In regard to: Benn, W. W.
In regard to: Mauss, John.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
March 29, 1888

Lindenbower funeral today.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
March 29, 1888

Laundy funeral well attended.
In regard to: Laundy, Julia.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Catholic cemetery.
March 29, 1888

Lindenbower funeral.
In regard to: Lindenbower, Etta.
In regard to: Mount Moriah.
In regard to: Buss, William H.
March 30, 1888

Bonetto and Thornton married.
In regard to: Bonetto, Antone.
In regard to: Thornton, Racita.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
May 22, 1888

County grants liquor licenses.
In regard to: Lawrence County Commission.
In regard to: Keith, J. G.
In regard to: Manning, John.
In regard to: Maillard and Jacobs.
In regard to: Walton and Otice.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Byrnes, J. S.
In regard to: Hutchins and Rau.
In regard to: Faught, T. B.
In regard to: Dillon, M. W.
In regard to: McLeod, A.
In regard to: Delaney, John.
In regard to: Hearst, George.
In regard to: Sparks, Thomas J.
In regard to: Simonson, E.
In regard to: Lithgrow and Brown.
In regard to: Grier, T. J.
In regard to: Haskell, Belle.
July 3, 1888

Romeo in great trouble.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mrs.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R. aka Dwyer, Romeo
July 24, 1888

Romeo returns from exciting adventure.
In regard to: Dwyer, Romeo aka Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
July 27, 1888

Hattie Bell pleads guilty.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
Aug. 8, 1888

Dwyer lunch counter and restaurant.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Nov. 1, 1888

Nineteen licensed package dealers.
In regard to: Prohibition.
In regard to: Keith, J. G.
In regard to: Fassold, John.
In regard to: Schubert, Jacob.
In regard to: Grant, W. E.
In regard to: Duncan and Arthur.
In regard to: Haller, James.
In regard to: Nelson, John A.
In regard to: Hayes, Joseph.
In regard to: Wilson, George A.
In regard to: Rebsamen, Julius.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
In regard to: Finan, John.
In regard to: Sutton, Thomas.
In regard to: Simpson, Benjamin.
In regard to: Farnene and Riley.
In regard to: Smith, F. X.
In regard to: Ranklin and Carr.
In regard to: Allen, Rau and Mills.
July 3, 1890

Odell to open cigar emporium.
In regard to: Odell, Jack.
Sept. 2, 1890

Gambling house raided.
In regard to: Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: O??Dell, John.
In regard to: Sessions, Fred.
In regard to: Holstein, G. H.
In regard to: Stell, Eugene.
In regard to: Christenson, Thomas.
In regard to: McDonald, George.
In regard to: Ehringer, Fred.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
Nov. 20, 1890

Justice court report November 21.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: McDonald, George.
In regard to: Stell, Eugene.
In regard to: McBeth, Frank.
In regard to: McCarthy, James.
In regard to: Connors, Joseph.
Nov. 21, 1890

Another haul at Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H. Judge
Nov. 21, 1890

States vs Macbeth and Dwyer.
In regard to: Macbeth, Frank.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Nov. 22, 1890

Gambling houses pulled.
In regard to: Dwyer and Odell.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H. Judge
In regard to: Welch, Morris.
In regard to: Sutherland, James.
In regard to: Lilly, Dan.
In regard to: Mills, Frank.
In regard to: Walton, Thomas.
In regard to: Lewis, Henry.
In regard to: Lewy, French.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Fish, John.
In regard to: Nelson, John.
In regard to: Smith, Charles.
In regard to: Rankin, Tex.
In regard to: Fassold, Jack.
In regard to: Hewitt, Robert.
In regard to: Ryan, William.
In regard to: Davis, John.
In regard to: DeBellwa, Frank.
In regard to: Steinmetz, John.
In regard to: McGoff, George.
Nov. 27, 1890

Circuit court report November 29.
In regard to: Leason, John.
In regard to: Stone, Dudley.
In regard to: Crow, Christopher.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Odell, John.
Nov. 29, 1890

Gambling equipment released to Larsh.
In regard to: Hall, George H.
In regard to: Knight, Andrew J.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: O??Dell, John.
In regard to: Larsh, John.
In regard to: Rice, W. G.
Dec. 14, 1890

Justice court report December 5.
In regard to: Heenan, Charles H.
In regard to: Cooper, Charles H. aka Heenan, Charles H.
In regard to: Doe, John.
In regard to: Peterson, Julius.
In regard to: Sutherland, James.
In regard to: Fassold, Jack.
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: O??Dell, John.
In regard to: Stannus, John.
Dec. 5, 1890

Justice court report May 5.
In regard to: Mills, Frank.
In regard to: Kane, Alice.
In regard to: Morley, A. J.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
May 5, 1891

Default judgment favors Gunn.
In regard to: Gunn, M. A. and Company.
In regard to: Dwyer, C. R.
Nov. 3, 1891

Madam Bell lying at point of death.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie.
Dec. 6, 1891

Madame Hattie Bell dies.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie aka Lockwood, Hattie.
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie.
In regard to: Dwyer, C. R., son
In regard to: Dandridge, Damon.
In regard to: Mount Moriah.
Dec. 8, 1891

Deputy Sweet taking Hattie Bell inventory.
In regard to: Sweet, Sam.
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie aka Bell, Hattie
Dec. 9, 1891

Mrs. Dwyer arraigned.
In regard to: Hall, William H. Judge
In regard to: Dwyer, Romeo Mrs. aka Dwyer, Charles R. Mrs. aka Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
Dec. 16, 1891

Mrs. Dwyer and Hattie Bell operating house.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mrs.
In regard to: Bell, Hattie aka Lockwood, Hattie
Dec. 18, 1891

Lockwood estate valued at $4,000.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan Judge
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie aka Bell, Hattie
Jan. 27, 1892

Dwyer protests Colman's petition.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan. Judge
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie B.
Jan. 28, 1892

Dwyer files in Bell estate.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R., son of Hattie Bell Lockwood
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie Bell.
In regard to: Rewman, Paul.
In regard to: Daudet, Jules.
Jan. 29, 1892

Lamp falls and starts fire.
In regard to: Bodega.
In regard to: Fire
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
Feb. 12, 1892

County court report March 2.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan.
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie B.
In regard to: McBride, John.
In regard to: Boyer, Walter.
In regard to: Miller, James K. P.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 2, 1892

Dwyer property seized.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 13, 1892

More claims against Dwyer.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 15, 1892

Colman administrator of Bell estate.
In regard to: Colman, Nathan. Judge
In regard to: Lockwood, Hattie B. aka Bell, Hattie
March 15, 1892

Ah Fin vs. Mary Dwyer.
In regard to: Ah Fin.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 19, 1892

Dwyer property appraised.
In regard to: Zoellner Brothers.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 22, 1892

Dwyers to open women??s seminary.
In regard to: Dwyer, Mary E.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
March 27, 1892

Hanson traveling for typewriter company.
In regard to: Hanson, H. B.
April 9, 1892

Circuit court report April 13.
In regard to: Slossan, Esther M.
In regard to: Davis, James.
In regard to: Dwyer, Charles R.
In regard to: Railroads.
In regard to: VanCise, Edwin P.
April 13, 1892