Deadwood Gambling Establishments, Gamblers, Sleeper Nippers, "Sure Thing" nut-shell dodge, Top and Bottom Artists, Tackle The Tiger

Deadwood Men Celebrate the Arrival of Female Gambler
Lurline Monte Verde Alias Denver, CO Madame Vestal, Alias Belle Siddons


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 gets himself hung by vigilantes while under the custody of Messenger May and beautiful Lurline leaves Deadwood for a Cheyenne engagement.

In the Hills, standing on board, carried by 4 men
In regard to: MonteVerde, Lurlin
Jan 07 1878

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 Click
In regard to: Miller, Tom.
In regard to: Holman, Euguen.
In regard to: Monte Verdi, Lurline

Deadwood's Popular Gambling Establishments 1876 - 1880s
Doc Bagg's Melodian
Mann and Company's Progressive Hall
E. B. Morton's Club
Johnny Cooley and Dan Doherty's Eureka Hall
Mahan and Manning's Senate Saloon
Romeo Charles Dwyer and Jack Odell's Gambling House

Progressive Hall saloon and gambling house, 20x60
Jun 17 1876
In regard to: Progressive Hall

Mann and Co.'s gambling house 20x60 ft. thrown open
Jun 17 1876
In regard to: Mann and Company

Progressive Hall, Ice Cream served
Jun 24 1876
In regard to: Progressive Hall

Progressive Hall offers liquors and cigars
Pioneer Sep 23 1876
In regard to: Progressive Hall

Deadwood, Shooting Scrape in one of gambling saloons
Sep 30 1876
In regard to: Deadwood

Morton's club house opens tonight
Oct 28 1876
In regard to: Morton

Try not to pass, poem about Draw poker
May 19 1877
In regard to: Poetry

Professional charged with illegitimate gambling
Jul 09 1877
In regard to: Bell,
In regard to: Baggs,

Green horn taken by bunko steerers for $57
Subject Morris, John
Jul 23 1877

Deadwood faro games out of luck
Aug 25 1877
In regard to: Deadwood

Faro games, Keno, Spanish monte and others introduced
Oct 01 1877
In regard to: Deadwood

District Court held at Bonanza, faro, nutshell tab
Oct 09 1877
In regard to: Lawrence County

Exchange Saloon and Club House sold to E.B. Morton
Oct 26 1877
In regard to: Exchange Saloon

Has sold his gambling hall to E.B. Norton
Oct 27 1877
In regard to: Carter, A.P.

Johnson, J.J. wants his faro box returned
Nov 22 1877
In regard to: Johnson, J.J.

Boys had a little fun, result-black eye, broken nose
Jan 31 1878
In regard to: Morton Club House

Gambling games are as complicated as their language
Mar 19 1878
In regard to: Chinese

Work on his Club House on Lee St. to begin on 1st
Mar 23 1878
In regard to: Morton, Ed

Shanties on east torn down for Ed Morton's club
Mar 28 1878
In regard to: Morton, Ed

Dr Bagg tackled faro dealer with $.50, took $100.
Apr 10 1878
In regard to: Baggs,

Uptown faro bank has been running in hard luck
Apr 19 1878
In regard to: Deadwood

New faro game means index of money is plentiful
Apr 22 1878
In regard to: Maillards Saloon

Madame Moustache getting ready to open faro bank
Apr 25 1878
In regard to: Moustache, Madame

Lee St club house will have a fancy front
May 03 1878
In regard to: Morton Club House

Winner over Ben Wood in heavy game of poker
May 14 1878
In regard to: Morrissey, John

New club house on Lee St., open and elegant
May 15 1878
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Morton Club House

To manage new club house for Ed Morton
May 15 1878
In regard to: Morton Club House
In regard to: Chase, Ed
In regard to: Ross,
In regard to: Carter, A.P.

Brewery man to open at Morton's Club House
May 20 1878
In regard to: Morton,

Lee St club is off limits to objectionable persons
May 21 1878
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Mortons Club House

Died from an overdose of morphine, was big gambler
In regard to: Harnett, Dan
Jun 08 1878

Fooled with the tiger and got the worst for the fun
Jun 22 1878
In regard to: Brown, Frank

Loses at faro, insults dealer, licked and arrested
Jun 22 1878
In regard to: Brown, Frank

Ed Chase ran gambling room over H.H. Folk, shoots George
Jul 08 1878
In regard to: Folk, H.H. and Co
In regard to: Chase, Ed

His father was a sleeper nipper at the faro banks
Jul 16 1878
In regard to: Westman, William

The faro and keno dealer at Eureka Hall
Jul 19 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Big

Faro games are being well patronized again
Aug 01 1878
In regard to: Deadwood

Gold found under the sidewalk in front of old club
Aug 24 1878
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Morton's Club House

Row in a gambling house, one man walked to Deadwood
Sep 06 1878
In regard to: Crook City

Poker game, smallest chip $250, prosperity.
Sep 26 1878
In regard to: Gayville

Testimony in Callison murder trial
Nov 23 1878
In regard to: Morton Club House

Biggest poker game of the season played there
Dec 06 1878
In regard to: Brokaw's Club Room, Lead

Brokaw's new building, 25 x 75, on Main st. Lead
Jun 01 1878
In regard to: Brokaw,

Young clerk tackled the tiger and "went through"
Jan 15 1879
In regard to: Social

Chinaman has been beating all the poker players
Jan 15 1879
In regard to: Chinese

The gambler, left Elizabethtown for Leadville
In regard to: Little Sam
Jan 27 1879

Rumor of gambler at Sturgis being killed
In regard to: Adsit, Charley
Feb 10 1879

Two new faro games opened last night
Feb 19 1879
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Lively row occurred between two faro dealers
Mar 01 1879
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Female gambler at Leadville, always heavily veiled
In regard to: Madame Mystery
Mar 06 1879

The "tiger" becoming somewhat lacerated by boys
May 10 1879
In regard to: Office Saloon

One of the boys bearded the tiger, lost $300.
May 10 1879
In regard to: Office Saloon

Evidence of civilization, 3 card monte men here
Jun 17 1879
In regard to: Social

Mention of club house and women doesn't make sense
Jun 17 1879
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Morton Club House

To be located in old Morton club room, Lower Main
Jun 18 1879
In regard to: Post Office

Has closed only lower rooms, upper in full blast
Jul 29 1879
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Mortons Club House

Is dealing faro at Leadville
Aug 28 1879
In regard to: Gardner, Ed

Made the tiger at Central squeal to tune of $300.
Aug 29 1879
In regard to: Bruce, Jim

Club house for sale
Aug 31 1879
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Morton Club House

Mortons club house for sale, with or without fixtures
Sep 02 1879
In regard to: Morton, Ed
In regard to: Morton Club House

Smoked starboard optic of jack-of-spades gambler
In regard to: Mills,
Sep 18 1879

Business men from other camps attacking the tiger
Sep 20 1879
In regard to: Social

Death, a gambler believed burned in the fire
In regard to: Casino Jack
Sep 30 1879

Faro banks are all running day and night shifts
Oct 07 1879
In regard to: Deadwood

Players at different faro games in town fun to watch
Oct 15 1879
In regard to: Social

Come and see the Tiger at Ophir saloon, Main St., ad
Nov 01 1879
In regard to: Ophir Saloon

Ed Morton's new place on corner of Main and Lee St.
New place has unpronouncable name Degdirba.
Nov 04 1879
In regard to: Degdirba

Since blaze, more money going to feed the tiger
Nov 05 1879
In regard to: Deadwood

Faro game cost him $4,500.
Nov 19 1879
In regard to: Fowler,

Keno game for ladies of Deadwood at Cooley and Doherty
Nov 25 1879
In regard to: Women

Faro game cleaned out of $6000 in just 30 days
Nov 27 1879
In regard to: Fowler,

Stud poker is game played by sports at present
Dec 16 1879
In regard to: Social

Thought he could win at poker and women, skipped out
Dec 19 1879
In regard to: Weaver, W.P.

Has left town, creditors think he has skipped
Jan 08 1880
In regard to: Morton, Ed

For Sale-A keno outfit, 200 cards and 90 balls
Jan 10 1880
In regard to: Perkins, S.J.

Threw highest number on dice to win watch and chain
Jan 15 1880
In regard to: Jones, D.A.

Member, having no money, put faro check in the hat.
Faro check put in collection plate worth $3.25
Mar 09 1880
In regard to: Congregationalism
In regard to: Cushman, Samuel

Ed Morton is in New York
Mar 25 1880
In regard to: Morton, Ed

Ten cent faro man, not the fiend, in Gunnison Co.
Oct 01 1880
In regard to: Frenchy

Funny things that happen in Deadwood at faro game
Oct 15 1880
In regard to: Social

Faro banks discriminating against rounders
Nov 16 1880
In regard to: Deadwood

Match game of billiards for $100 a side, Central
Dec 19 1880
In regard to: Daisy Saloon

Won 4 fine steers in dice throw with Hayes
Apr 14 1881
In regard to: Lackey, Henry of Lead
In regard to: Hayes, Joe

Chris will open hall this evening, ad
Jun 01 1881
In regard to: Ophir Keno Hall

In Stone's old opera house, lower Main, ad
Jul 01 1881
In regard to: Ophir Keno Hall

Equals Deadwood in the gambling department
Aug 12 1881
In regard to: West Virginia City
In regard to: New carbonate camp is 7 miles from Central

Had 1 of largest games of poker running at Lead
Aug 19 1881
In regard to: Tortat, John

Opened out club rooms on Lee St.
Oct 08 1881
In regard to: Bews and Allen

Waiter wins $1100 on faro games
Nov 10 1881
In regard to: Handley,

Is in Santa Fe
Feb 22 1881
In regard to: Morton, Ed.

Equals Deadwood in the gambling department
Aug 12 1881
In regard to: West Virginia City

Lead faro banks reported to have burst
Dec 02 1881
In regard to: Gambling

Probably still erecting big clubhouses somewhere
Dec 09 1881
In regard to: Morton, Ed

Steele and Tippie close down saloon and faro banks
Dec 29 1881
In regard to: Gambling

Top and bottom men leave town before Warner returns
In regard to: Killmer, Theodore
In regard to: Eaton, C.
Feb 09 1882

Charged with keeping a gambling house, no bill
In regard to: Abrams, Louis
In regard to: Hammond, S.E.
Aug 11 1882

Tiger located on Lee St fared badly, succombed
Nov 29 1882
In regard to: Social

Keno game managers use buttons for markers
Jan 23 1882
In regard to: Gambling

Boys attacked tiger in his lair last night
Mar 23 1882
In regard to: Deadwood

One gambler lost over $500 in half an hour
In regard to: Lead
Apr 09 1882

Stud horse game has been roping in boys lately
Jun 08 1882
In regard to: Social

So far "coons" have best of "stud horse game"
Jun 08 1882
In regard to: Black Americans

One of gambling fraternity untook to leave life
Apr 30 1882
In regard to: Central City

Tiger received hard hit yesterday, boys winning
Apr 22 1882
In regard to: Central City

Tiger fared badly at Central, lost caudal appendage
Aug 01 1882
In regard to: Social

Has only place in town where tiger can be tackled
Aug 11 1882
In regard to: Buneman, Charles

Boy made bold onslaught on ferocious tiger, won
Oct 07 1882
In regard to: Social

Wertheimer rents bldg next to Bews and Allen place on Lee
Oct 11 1882
In regard to: Bews and Allen

Percentage game of "stud-horse poker" nightly
Nov 16 1882
In regard to: Bews and Allen

Stud horse game saw bet of $1500 on one deal
Nov 18 1882
In regard to: Bews and Allen

Several new gambling houses have opened in Chinatown
Nov 23 1882
In regard to: Chinese

Faro and poker games in full blast night and day
Nov 25 1882
In regard to: Social

Once conducted largest gambling house in Deadwood
Nov 26 1882
In regard to: Morton, Ed

Chinaman got mortal hold on tiger, lost $500
Dec 02 1882
In regard to: Chinese

Gamblers amusing selves by "stacking", $5 a side
In regard to: Gambling
Dec 03 1882

One of the most whole souled "querrilla" on road
In regard to: Kilmer, Theodore
Jan 24 1882

One gambler lost over $500 in half an hour
In regard to: Lead
Apr 09 1882

Well known among gamblers, dangerously ill
In regard to: Cadis, Charley
May 31 1882

Nuisance, saloons and gambling, indictment sought
In regard to: Miller and Doherty
Jan 14 1883

Stud games cleared over $1200 last month
In regard to: Gambling
Feb 25 1883

Badly injured, gambler, Jim Bruce, beat her up
In regard to: Watters, Lena
In regard to: Bruce, Jim
Mar 21 1883

Agent lost $300 that belonged in safe, gambling
In regard to: Northwestern Transportation
Jul 28 1883

St. Paul, staying at the Merchants Hotel.
In regard to: Killmer, Theodore
January 25, 1884

Governor fines gambling.
In regard to: Church, Louis K.
In regard to: Gambling.
Dec. 24, 1886

Ducharme arrested.
In regard to: Ducharme, Ed.
In regard to: Sacramento Restaurant.
In regard to: Garr, Ben.
May 19, 1892

Burton jailed at Denver.
In regard to: Burton, Slim.
May 2, 1893

Chase arrested at Denver.
In regard to: Chase, Ed
In regard to: managed Ed Morton's gambling house May 1878
May 14, 1893

Re-opening games of chance.
In regard to: Brick Club.
In regard to: Allen, James W.
In regard to: Laighman, D. A.
In regard to: Bean, W. A.
Oct. 2, 1896

Trouble among gamblers.
In regard to: Hill, Thomas.
In regard to: Gibson, John.
In regard to: Long John aka Gibson, John.
In regard to: Holstein, George.
Feb. 3, 1897

The Competition, Eureka Hall
D.B. Cannoll and Johnny Cooley


Sporting tools, faro checks, billard balls, ad
Jan 03 1883
In regard to: Finck, A.H.

Nuisance, saloons and gambling, indictment sought
Jan 14 1883
In regard to: Miller and Doherty

Boys hunting tiger rather severely, showing claws
Jan 24 1883
In regard to: Social

Stud games cleared over $1200 last month, gambling
Feb 25 1883
In regard to: Social

New faro game starting in room adjoining Bank Saloon
May 03 1883
In regard to: Bank Saloon

Nye's Waterloo was hero of game "stud"
May 16 1883
In regard to: Nye, Bill

Sure-thing gambler, left no friends when he left
Jun 27 1883
In regard to: Knopf,
In regard to: nut-schell

Agent lost $300 that belonged in safe, gambling
Jul 28 1883
In regard to: Northwestern Transportation

Johnson wins at poker.
Aug. 29, 1884
Abe Hill is out about $1,700 since arrival for poker game; Swede Johnson wins about $400, and Scoop gentleman wins $515.
In regard to: Hill, Abe.
In regard to: Johnson, Swede.

Faro game opened.
Sept. 13, 1884
Ira Kilgore opened a faro game at Lead Thursday night with disastrous results, players drawing out amounts ranging from $25 to $200, until Ira, disgusted turned over the box.
In regard to: Kilgore, Ira.

Johnson wins at poker.
Jan. 13, 1885
It may be hard times, but the fact that Swede Johnson won over $800 at poker Saturday night, don't indicate it to any vast extent.
In regard to: Johnson, Swede.

Otice and Tippie opene club-house.
In regard to: Otice, John.
In regard to: Tippie, A. C.
Jan. 10, 1886

Chinese gamblers.
Sept. 12, 1886
Chinatown is all agog over the drawing by a Celestial Thursday of a $1000 prize in a Chinese lottery, upon an investment of $1.25.
In regard to: Chinese.
In regard to: Gambling.

"Sure thing" game brought to town.
Sept. 22, 1886
The first semblance of a "sure thing" game known in Deadwood since 1878, appeared Saturday evening on lower Main street. It is the old nut-shell dodge.
In regard to: Gambling

Successful with the dice.
Sept. 30, 1886
Will Lowe and Swede Johnson successful with the dice for handsomely embroidered panels.
In regard to: Lowe, Will.
In regard to: Johnson, Swede.
In regard to: Bews, George.

Heathen Chinese and a poker game.
Sept. 22, 1887
Ed Shannon's almond eyed cook beats Maurice Welch's three aces.
In regard to: Shannon, Ed.
In regard to: Welch, Maurice.
In regard to: Chinese.

Posner opens clubhouse today.
In regard to: Posner, Saul D.
May 16, 1890

Broke the faro banks.
Feb. 6, 1892
Colorado Johnny and others of Deadwood visited the city of mills Thursday night and broke all the faro banks in that place.
In regard to: Steimitz, John.

Morris secured by ball and chain.
In regard to: Morris, John
March 21, 1893

Eureka Hall

Eureka to be reopened by D.B. Cannoll
Oct 13 1877
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Election "Pools" sold at Eureka Hall
Oct 20 1877
In regard to: Gambling
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Brown, Dick to perform at Eureka for season
Aug 04 1877
In regard to: Brown, Richard
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Thieves stole about $40 worth of cigars and money
Aug 13 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Dumant, Madame shuts down table at Eureka Hall
Aug 28 1877
In regard to: Dumant, Madame
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Selling head-light oil cheaper than any other
Mar 01 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Big Keno Game open on Saturday evening
Apr 20 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Has been fixed up in a gorgeous fashion
Apr 24 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Deputy who made arrest of Anderson at Eureka Hall
Jun 03 1878
In regard to: Kehoe, John H.
In regard to: Eureka Hall

The faro and keno dealer at Eureka Hall
Jul 19 1878
In regard to: Johnson, Big

Carrie Howard will give a grand dance at Eureka Hall
Jul 31 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Keep in mind, party next Tuesday evening, Eureka
Aug 02 1878
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Party tonight at Eureka Hall, pleasant event
Aug 06 1878
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Has gone blind, benefit for him at Eureka Hall
Aug 14 1878
In regard to: Creary, Joe

Benefit dance and donations total $386.50
Aug 26 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall

For Sale, see H.H. Folk, realators ad
Sep 01 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Dance to be given to raise money for instruments
Sep 11 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Proprietor has corner on Kerosine, charging higher
Oct 19 1878
In regard to: Eureka Hall
In regard to: Cannoll, D. B.

Will give a dress ball in the old Eureka tomorrow
Feb 14 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Go see Johnny and the girls at the old Eureka Hall
Feb 15 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Two new faro games opened last night
Feb 19 1879
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Lively row occurred between two faro dealers
Mar 01 1879
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Johnny Bruce got a little full and shot out lamp
Mar 07 1879
In regard to: Eureka Hall

Johnny Bruce got a little full and drew gun on him
Mar 07 1879
In regard to: California Jack

Testimony in the Stokes assault case
Apr 01 1880
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

To open saloon in room vacated by Sam Soyster
Apr 15 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Has fixed up a daisy of a place at Gold and Main St
Apr 30 1879
In regard to: Cooley, John

Assistant to Mr Cooley talks of safe combination
May 17 1879
In regard to: Slippery

Built an addition on the rear of his saloon
May 24 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Growing some very fine turnips in his saloon
Jun 04 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Decorating his building with a coat of white paint
Jun 14 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Losses in the big fire of September 27, $1,500.
Sep 27 1879
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Dissolved business, Dan to continue alone
Jun 19 1880
In regard to: Johnny Cooley and Dan Doherty
In regard to: Cooley, Johnny

Steele and Tippie close down saloon and faro banks
Dec 29 1881
In regard to: Gambling

Play 3 games of 15-ball pool, $20, best 2 out of 3
Apr 10 1883
In regard to: Welch, Morris

Elegant piano at Lawson and Dwyer.
Jan. 21, 1888
F.W. Graves on yesterday placed an elegant piano in the saloon of Lawson and Dwyer, Main street. Is is one of the best toned instruments in the city.
In regard to: Graves, F. W.
In regard to: Lawson and Dwyer
In regard to: Gambling

Another haul at Dwyer and O'Dell.
Nov. 21, 1890
Dwyer gambling house again raided; proprietor wishes to know at what hour he can conduct business without molestation. Judge informs him gambling is against the law and keeping of a gambling outfit against the law.
In regard to: Dwyer and O'Dell.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H., Justice of the Peace

Justice court November 26.
Nov. 26, 1890
Gambling cases all appeared and were bound over to district court in sum of $100, an additional $100 to those arrested the second time. This is no doubt an invitation to be out of the country by Feb. 10, 1891 court date.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H., Justice of the Peace

Gambling houses pulled.
Nov. 27, 1890
Monkey and parrot time: The gambling house of Dwyer and Odell again pulled. They in turn swear out warrants for all other gambling houses; all pulled last night.
In regard to: Dwyer and Odell Click
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Hall, George H., Justice of the Peace
In regard to: Swearingen, Albert E.
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: 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

Deadwood's Melodeon
Den for Bunko Steerers and Top and Bottom Artists
Ruled by Doc Baggs and His Girl Carrie Howard


Friends, Acquaintances and Business Partners

Flaherty, cozy shave opposite Nuttall and Mann's Hall
In regard to: Flaherty,
Jun 17 1876

Temple of Music owned by Nuttall and Brown
In regard to: Temple of Music
Dec 09 1876

Baggs, Charles of Cheyenne in Deadwood
In regard to: Baggs, Charles
Apr 13 1877

Baggs, Charles L. and wife of Cheyenne in Deadwood
In regard to: Baggs, Charles L.
Apr 16 1877

Performs at Melodeon
In regard to: Reid, Pete
In regard to: Newman,
In regard to: Kimble, George
In regard to: Holman, Eugene
In regard to: Gandolfo, Joseph E.
Apr 18 1877

Black Hills Brewery one door south of Melodeon
In regard to: Black Hills Brewery
May 19 1877

Delmonico Hotel 3 doors North of Melodeon
In regard to: Delmonico Hotel
May 21 1877

Rosenbaum and Decker, Miners Brewry next to Post Office
In regard to: Rosenbaum and Decker
In regard to: Melodeon
Jun 17 1877

Lyons, Henry wrestling match Arnault and Whalen
In regard to: Lyons, Henry
Jul 21 1877

Williams, J.J. claim in rear of Nuttall's Melodeon
In regard to: Williams, J.J.
Jun 22 1877

A bungling case of bunko steering
In regard to: Deadwood
Jul 06 1877

Tenderfeet are getting scarce, its closed, Good!
In regard to: Melodeon
Jul 08 1877

Professional charged with illegitimate gambling
In regard to: Baggs,
Jul 09 1877

Green horn taken by bunko steerers for $57.
In regard to: Morris, John
Jul 23 1877

Baggs, Charles loses money
In regard to: Baggs, Charles
Aug 22 1877

His building on Main formerly called the Melodeon
In regard to: Rosenbaum,
Aug 27 1877

The old Melodeon has been closed up by authorities
In regard to: Melodeon
Aug 27 1877

Den on Lee St used as headquarters for Doc Baggs
In regard to: Melodeon
In regard to: Adolphia,
In regard to: Baggs, Doc
Aug 27 1877

Dr played his little game on merchant from Golden
In regard to: Baggs,
In regard to: Whitepine,
Aug 27 1877

District Court held at Bonanza, faro, nutshell tab
In regard to: Lawrence County
Oct 09 1877

Bagg, Charles L. in court
In regard to: Baggs, Charles L.
Oct 25 1877

Few people west of the Missouri who don't know him
In regard to: Canada Bill
Nov 18 1877

Shot in breast in Cheyenne, not serious
In regard to: Lyons, Henry
Dec 23 1877

Dr Baggs bagged a pilgrim, Sheriff disgorged him
In regard to: Baggs,
Mar 25 1878

Dr Baggs takes in tenderfoot to extent of $100.
In regard to: Baggs,
Mar 26 1878

Dr Bagg tackled faro dealer with $.50, took $100.
In regard to: Baggs,
Apr 10 1878

Gun discharges at dance house, takes thumb off
In regard to: Howard,
Apr 22 1878

Mill man taken in by "top and bottom" artists
In regard to: Dwinnell, E.C.
May 16 1878

Bondsman for Dr Bagg
In regard to: Berry, J.F.
In regard to: Lyons, Henry
May 16 1878

Arrested for gambling scheme on Bismarck passenger
In regard to: Smith, Ed
May 17 1878

Was not robbed so badly as he reported
In regard to: Dwinnell, E.C.
May 17 1878

Discharged from Justice Burke's court
In regard to: Baggs,
May 18 1878

"Sure Thing" victim, left this morning on Bismarck
May 20 1878
In regard to: Dwinnell, E.C.
In regard to: nut-shell

Ed Smith and J.H. Hamner to appear on gambling charge
In regard to: Burke,
May 20 1878

Put up bond to await trial on sure thing gambling
In regard to: Hamner, J.H.
In regard to: Smith, Ed
May 20 1878

Brother Frank Anderson, alias Bub or Ceyreus Reynolds
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Jun 03 1878

Alias Bub or Ceyreus Reynolds, brother of Carrie Howard
In regard to: Anderson, Frank
Jun 03 1878

Boss of 133 Sherman has laugh at expense of Deputy
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
In regard to: Beaman, Hank Deputy
Jun 03 1878

Also known as Bub Reynolds, leaves on stage
In regard to: Anderson, Frank
Jun 05 1878

Detective from Ohio, leaves with Bub Reynolds
In regard to: Snider, George
In regard to: Anderson, Frank alias Reynolds, Bub
Jun 05 1878

Bear Paw prospecting
In regard to: Baggs,
Jul 25 1878

Announces she will give a grand dance at Eureka Ha
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
In regard to: Eureka Hall
Jul 31 1878

Ball next Tuesday evening to be event of season
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Aug 01 1878

Keep in mind, party next Tuesday evening, Eureka
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Aug 02 1878

Party tonight at Eureka Hall, pleasant event
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Aug 06 1878

Found Crazy Horse and another Dutchman in the ditch
In regard to: Early, Patrick road commissioner
Aug 15 1878

Stampeders straight from country, letters and opinion
In regard to: Baggs,
Sep 02 1878

Things which seem strange to eastern editors
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Sep 18 1878

Statement in Enterprise about her not correct
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Jan 30 1879

One of the best known belles of the Hills
In regard to: Crazy Horse
Feb 01 1879

Our bullion racket men are at Leadville
In regard to: Bullion Racket
Feb 06 1879

Billy Nuttall sends telegram, "Things is big"
In regard to: Nutshell Bill
Feb 12 1879

Doc Bagg and Carrie Howard were at Cheyenne Sunday
In regard to: Bagg,
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Feb 13 1879

Carrie Howard arrested at Denver on word of Dr Baggs
In regard to: Baggs,
Mar 17 1879

Appropriated $2,000 of Dr Baggs "hard earned cash"
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
In regard to: Baggs,
Mar 21 1879

Bunko steerers and other robbers are buying votes
In regard to: Leadville
Apr 08 1879

Back on the streets looking nobby and gray
In regard to: Crazy Horse, Miss
Jun 20 1879

Bunko steerers "held up" Whitton till hands numb
In regard to: Whitton,
Jun 22 1879

Dr and other bunko men to be run out of Leadville
In regard to: Bagg,
Jul 24 1879

Gets a bouncing from a freighter that he angered
In regard to: Nutshell Bill
Aug 09 1879

Has eased up on the bunko business, Leadville CO law
In regard to: Baggs,
In regard to: Crazy Horse
In regard to: Hurdy, John
Aug 28 1879

Three sharps picked him on bullion racket
In regard to: Whitton,
Bullion Racket

Losses by the big Deadwood fire of September 1879
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Nov 04 1879

Brought up before Judge Clark on charge of larceny
In regard to: Smith, Ed
Feb 19 1880

Rumor came from when Nuttal owned the Melodian
In regard to: Nuttall, Billy
Mar 03 1880

Reported to be at Hot Springs AR with Dr Bagg
In regard to: Howard, Carrie
Apr 07 1880

Doc has found a lot of soft saps in southern state
In regard to: Bagg,
In regard to: Hot Springs AR
Apr 07 1880

Moved Sideboard Saloon to old Melodian building
In regard to: Harlow, I.L.
In regard to: Melodeon
In regard to: Sideboard Saloon
Apr 21 1880

What happened to him?
In regard to: Nutshell Bill
Jan 20 1882

Doc Baggs has been up to his old tricks again
In regard to: Baggs, Doc
Jan 24 1882

Manning tells friends stories about "Doc"
In regard to: Baggs, Doc
In regard to: Manning, Sheriff
Jan 26 1882

Two St Paul "guerrilas" returned from Southern Hills
In regard to: Eaton, C.
Feb 03 1882

Top and bottom men leave town before Warner returns
In regard to: Eaton, C.
In regard to: Killmer, Theodore
Feb 09 1882

Doc Baggs, bunko artist, in trouble in Denver
In regard to: Baggs, Doc
Apr 28 1882

Leaves Deadwood
In regard to: Fewclothes, Jennie
Sep 30 1882

Rumored he has been converted at Denver
In regard to: Doc Baggs
Feb 10 1883

Notorious Doc Baggs shifted field of operations
In regard to: Baggs, Doc
Mar 23 1883

Sure-thing gambler, left no friends when he left
In regard to: Knopf,
Jun 27 1883

Dr Baggs under arrest, took in preacher on train
In regard to: Baggs,
Sep 26 1883

Doc Baggs tries racket at St. Paul.
In regard to: Baggs, Doc.
July 7, 1885

Casey receives safe.
In regard to: Baggs, Doc.
In regard to: Casey, Pat.
April 6, 1886

Time-honored institution.
In regard to: Sideboard Saloon
In regard to: Casey, Pat.
Aug. 1, 1886

"Sure thing" game brought to town.
In regard to: Gambling.
Sept. 22, 1886

Don't bet even on a sure thing.
In regard to: Belliveau, Lawrence I.
In regard to: Logan, Everett.
In regard to: Gambling
August 12, 1891

Lottery and Pools
Senate saloon, Mahan and Manning, grand bonanza lottery to be held.
May 19 1877
In regard to: Senate Saloon

Mahan and Manning's Senate Saloon, Bonanza Lottery
May 26 1877
In regard to: Mahan and Manning

Election "Pools" sold at Eureka Hall
Oct 20 1877
In regard to: Gambling Pools

Lottery Ticket
Jan 02 1878
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre

General agent for Colorado State Lottery here
May 06 1878
In regard to: Stevens, L.C.

Colorado State Lottery to open office in Deadwood
May 07 1878
In regard to: Deadwood

Big Horn Store proprietor, lottery for kittens
Apr 04 1878
In regard to: Goldberg,

Chinese gamblers.
Sept. 12, 1886
Chinatown is all agog ove the drawing by a Celestial Thursday of a $1000 prize in a Chinese lottery, upon an investment of $1.25.
In regard to: Chinese.
In regard to: Gambling

Don't bet even on a sure thing.
August 12, 1891
Lawrence Belliveau wins foot race against Everett Logan. His winning was not according to programme. The job put up was for Logan to win, Belliveau to receive a lump sum for losing.
In regard to: Belliveau, Lawrence I.
In regard to: Logan, Everett.
In regard to: Gambling

Chinese game busted.
January 5, 1892
United States officers make a rain on a Chinese lottery.
In regard to: Chinese.
In regard to: Gambling.
In regard to: Clement, E. C.
In regard to: Fry,
In regard to: McDonald, Edward.
In regard to: Sweet, Sam.
In regard to: Hi Kee.
In regard to: Wing Tsue.
In regard to: Don Kim.
In regard to: Wong You.
In regard to: Chin Hang.
In regard to: Pin Hay.
In regard to: Ching Gin.
In regard to: Ma Chung.
In regard to: Parker, William H.
In regard to: Bennett, Granville G.
In regard to: Mattheissen, Chris.
In regard to: Bow Tang.

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.

Sad Fates Come to the Close Circle of Acquaintances, Associates
Family and Friends


Longtime madame and mother of 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