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THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1900. TUE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DEADWOdI), S.'D. LEGAL NOTICES. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Washiugton Consolidated Gold and Sil- ADDITIONAL BELT LOCALS Charles Kemper, who has been one of the force at Westfall & Schiehe-e (R. C. Hayes; Attorney ) VOTII'E OF APPLICATION FOR LET-TEHS OF ADMINISTHATlON. In the county court of the county of .irc!iit, Srate of South Makota. In the matter of the estate of Peter Iiero.-iir. deceased. Notice is hereby given that Alolph L. li.tnurd has Hied with the clerk of this curt a iietition. praying for letters of adniiiii-irniion of the estate of Pder I)e--,..ie ,!. ceaxed. and that Saturday, tin" Christian Union of the Presbyterian Church of North America, Denver, Col., July 23-30, 1900. Biennial Convention, Knights of Py-Uilas, Detroit, Mich., Aug. 2T, September 1st, 1900. The above is a fiaTtial I'st of some 'if the most impi'rrtqit excursions tn be run by th" popular Hurliiigton .-cute during the coining bUiiiiirt. Fur datva of sab-, time limit, tickets, etc.. (all at ticket office. W. T. ROBHUU'SOX, Ticket Agent. .1. I. HENTLEY, 1'assenger Agent. The Clifton House. Hot Springs,,, S. ')., Is now thoioly cleaned and renovated and open to the public jiatrunag with pleasant, cool, airy rooms in iosi connection, with the Miunekahu bath house, the best of accommodation's, reasonable rates. Terms one dollar a day or five dollars a week. MRS. HENRI ETTE CLOl.'SE. Proprietor. barber shop for some time, left yes terday for Kansas,City ami from then will go to his old home at Wi liita Kansas. The ri!ai(i nee of I.eroy Allen, lor.-tt ed on Poverty Flat, in VaisliinKton ad ilitlon to Lead, lias been sold to J in lilatt Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen will ..i.vo tn OirL'nn in a few weeks, and make their future home. One of the cases of diphtheria in tip fan.lly of a Kinlander living in Wadi inKton addition, head, died last even inr It u-ix n vnune child about live years of age. This is the first (leath from diphtheria in Tead this, sprint Edmund Heaupre returneil to Lead yesterday from Montreal, Canada Mr. Reaupre is here to look after his real estate interests, and we presume r. lruilr aftf.r the rebuilding of his ' propeity that was in the burned dis trict. Prof. Neilsen, the violinist, and Air and Mrs. John Tegarty left for Hot Springs last evening, where they lake part in the entertaining of the visitors at that place who are there in atter fiance at the meeting of the A. O. I'. W. lodges of the state. They will return next Saturday. Judge Walsh fined two plain drunks $7.50 each yesterday , morning. One paid and the other didn't the latter boarding it out with Chief Green. Miss Anna Rust, a niece of K. Schultze, the baker, arrived in Lead a few days ago from his former home In Germany, and expects to permanently locate here. 1 Deputy Sheriff Andrew Hray a'.'O Charles Desenfantis returned from Sturgis yesterday morning. They went down the day before with a prisoner whom Mr. Hray had under arrest 'or desertion from Uncle Sam's army. A few day's tgo three soldiers of the regular army at Fort Meade deserted. A son of Isaac and a son of Abraham, two prominent citizens of Ixad, settled their differences yesterday at catch-as-catch-can. The result was that one of them causeed the arrest of the qther, and Hejwas fined ten dollars and costs uporfTelng found guilty of assault and battery. The latter, to retaliate, caused the arrest of the former, a prominent merchant, upon the charge of selling lottery tickets, and the said merchant was placed under bonds of $100 to appear before the next grand Jury. . , r FIRE DEPARTMENT. 'The fire department will meet at the Aler Hose company parlors tonight, May 10, at 9 o'clock sharp. Full attendance Is desired. By order of the Chief f T. SHACKELFORD. . The1 Campaign of 1900. The national, state and local campaign tor 1900' promises to be the niost interesting in the history of. the coun try. To meet the demands for political newa the Pioneer-Times has increased Its news-gathering and mechanical facilities and will impartially report the doings and sayings of parties, speakers and candidates. To mail subscribers a rate of $3.50 will be made, covering the time from May 15 until the complete report of the elections have been received, i l:eh rlav of M.iv. A. Ii. I'.""', at 2 o'clM It p. tn. of said day. being a day of a regular! terni f this court, to-wit: of trie May, A. tlic (oui't room thereof, in ; I)., and to lie iiub!i-hed in I'loiieer-Tinies. 'n the said It l: .11 I lead w tfhi. i!ie Haiiy county of Lawrence, has been set for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and show cause why the said petition should not be gran " ed. Dated Deadwood, Mav ."th. IHimi. F It N K J W ASM A II A I (i H . Judge of the County Court. I McLaughlin Mclaughlin. Vt'ys.) (First pull. May Mb. 1! SI MMONS -Ml INKY DEMAND-COMPLAINT FILED Stat-" of South Dakota. Eighth judicial circuit ss. In the Circuit court in and for Lawrence county. John Gray, plaintiff vs. Hobcrt C. McShane. defemlant. The State of South Dakota sends greeting: To Itobrt C. McShane. defendant: You are hereby .summoned and reuuired to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, which will be filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit court within and for sail Lawrence cuunty. at Deadwood. South Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscribers at their office in the city of Deadwood. South Dakota, within thirty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of cervice. or the plaintiff will take Judgment against you for fifteen hundred dollars, wi'h interest i' t 2 per cent, per annum since Januarv :.'lsi . lVi'i, besides costs liat-l. April '.'th.. I'.mhi. M LAI GlUN McLAl'GHLIN, Plaintiff's Attorney. To the above named defendant: I'let'se tike notice that the complaint ill the above entitled action was filed in tlje of i lerk of the above named court on the lllh. d.iv of April, lt'oo Mel.ACGHI.IN A- McLU GHLIN PlaititiiT's Viornys. I First pub. May K. l'MO) (McLaughlin & Mclaughlin. Attys.) In the District Court (if the I nitftl sl:i;.s. 1 ;t 1 he Western Divilsh ii r:t ttf? District of South I) iKic t. In the matter of LMv.'ai I Mc!) ulill. Bankrupt. in Bankruptcy. NOTICE OK FIRST MICK! -Nt I CREDITORS. To the creditors of Ed ward OK Mr- Donald, in the County of Dawrenee, and district, aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby g' -'en, that on the 30th day of April, 1900, the said Edward McDonald was duly adjudicated ban!'rii)t, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the of fice of the Hon. Granville 'J. Bennett, Referee, at Deadwood, Lawrence coun ty, South JDdkota, tn the the lath day of May, A. D. 1900, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other bua- Inec; as may properly come before said meeting. Dated, May 1, 1900. GRANVILLE G. BENNETT, Referee in Bankruptcy. (First Pub. May 2, i300.) (Martin & Mason; Attorneys.) In the County Court of the County of Lawrence, State of South Dakota. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the estate of Jo seph B. Kelly, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Hester A. Kelly has filed with the clerk of this court, a petition, praying for letters of administration of the estate of Joseph B., Kelly, deceased, and that Monday, the 14th day of May, A. D. 1900, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, being a day of a regular term of this court, to-wit: of the May .term, 1900, at the court room thereof, at the court house In the City; f Deadwood, in the said County of Lawrence, has been set for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and how cause why the sai petition should not be granted. Dated May 3rd, 'A. D. 1900 FftANK J. WASHABAUGH, Judge of the County Court. (First Pub. May 4, 1900.) t COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. We, the undersigned, who are about to form a coparlfcerahlp under the Arm name of Geonre V. vyres and Company, hereby certify that the following are the names in fmlll v All n&mKAn . 1. 1 and their places of residence, to-wit .1 ueorge V. Ayres, Deadwood, South Dakota. , Albert J. Halterner, Deadwood South Dakota. In witness whereof, we fcave hereunto Bet ear baodi thla 1st. day of May. 100, GEO. V. AYRES. . ALBERT J. - MA.LTERNER. State of Booth Dakota, County of Lawrence, a.s. On thia 2nd. day of Hay, 1900, before me tne unaersignea. a notary public, within and for maid count .nit .1.1 n.r.r..ll. appeared Qeorge V. Ayrea and Albert J. I I I DEADWOOD' Lincoln, Omaha. Chicago, St. Joseph, Kansas City. St. Loulsand all points east and south. Denver Helena, Butte, Portland, Salt LakeCitw Saw Franclsi, and all pojnt) west Trains leave as follows: No. 44, Vestibuled Expross daily. Hot Springs. Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago, anil all pointa East, South ami Vest , No. 210. Local daily except Sunday. Bald cMouEtain ami Spearflsh 4: P. ml p. m So. 204. Krieght, daily excent Suiidny. Hill City, Custer and Edgemont .'j A Sundays this freight leaves at...; Trains arrive as follows: XT AO T n ' .I..:,... . - Hi 00 1 j So. 2'i9. Spearflsh Train, dailv .. .. C .... .. . . cAtt-pi ouuua.v a. No. 203. Freight HOOtJ a.. A tki. in - ouiiuas IUI3 tiiu (W rives.. ,"i : n py Bleeping, uining ana reclining chair n seats free, on all thru trains. R.r way and Bteamshlp tickets sold and bu.1 I l.A . ll 1 Bane uiieinru uf ail miui3. For information, time tables, maps uf ticKeta. can on or write to j. KRAN'Cia i-ienerai r aa.senger .'Keni. wniana. W. X. KUUEKTSON Ticket Agent J. 1. HKM'LKV, Commercial Agent. D. C. TRAINS BETWEEN UK I WOO: AND LEAD . LE A 'E DEADWOt'Ii. Pally, except Sunday v nj t Dully :i.li)i Pally, e.i-et Sunday 1" 3D j lUiiv . 1-' 13 a I 'ailv z no p Daily , .: i:, p Pailv. rxi eit Sunday 4 -0 p Dtiily :,;i p Daily 7 mi p. Daily, except Sunday s p ilaily !i mi Daily, except Sunday l t ::.i p T.10 VH LEAD CITV. I Lilly except Sunday v j I)ail' !' Daily, except Sunday 1 : ml i ""ily U.OOpi Dan... '"fpiii ith V.',(ci:i passenger . . Daily Dailv. except Sundav... Daily Jo pi 411 p . 1 4.', P Daily Daily, exiept Sundav. Dailv Dally, except Sunday. F. E. & M. V. U V. TDK NORTHWESTERN LINE. DEl'OT: Between Deadwood aad Streets. Arrives. Deptl Trough trains to Omaha Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis, with close connections for all pointa west and south, at Fre mont and Omaha 11 a tu 6 p DEl'OT: Lower Main Street. While wood, Sturgis, Rapid. Cha and intermediate points 10:40 a m 8:25 a m. Belle Kourehe 3:35 a m 11:00 Whitewood only ', .20 a m '4:45 ' Except Sunday. before, will be sold at public aucti at the office of the treasurer. Jl Treber, Deadwood, S. D., on the i day of June, 1900, at 2 p. m., to said delinquent assessment, toge with costs of advertising and expenl of sale. JULIUS REBSAMEN. Sw.1 NOTICE. I hereby give notice that ell sew orders issued and registered prior January 1, 1897, by school district 8, will be paid upon presentation it office in Central City. Interest on same will cease ten days fron. pub! tlon of this notice. C. K. WEEDON, Dist. TreM Dated at Central City, Lawr county, 8. D., April 26, 1900. ANNUAL MEETING AMERICAN OIL CO The annual meeting of the s holders of the American Oil com will be held on Tuesday, June 1900, at 12 o'clock, m at tin- oil' Moody, Kellar & Moody, on ! ee f Deadwood, South Dakota. The rf of the meetine will be the electitf ith iaci VAS In seven directors to serve for the1! Ing year, and the transact i"ti ' other business as may come the meeting. WALTER E. SEAi- fcortu-l J. E. Baker. A. S. Haj i Baker & Harder- itn ABSTRACTOR uc Syndicate block, Deadwood, JAMES P. WILSO ishe Attorney-at-U - Olympic Club Building .Cor1 Sheraaa and Deadwood SOT li totr&iiik ver Mining company. Principal place of Ltisiness, Deadwood. South Dakota. Lo-a-lion of works, tialena, Iawreuce county culh Dakota. Notice is here! y giv. n that al a nieetin? of the directors of the above named eom- pinv held on I he 7ih day of April, 1!00. at t.lie ollice of the company in Deadwood, South Dakota, an assessment. No. lu. of on -foi.nl'. I'll cent per share was levied upon the capital stock of the copulation, payable immediately tu the treasurer of the company. Fred T. Evans Jr., at his office. In Deadwood, South Dakota. Any stock upd'n which this assessment shall remain unpaid on May lft, li)U. will be delinquent and advertised for nale at nnhlie auction, and unless payment is made before will be sold on the 4th day- June l'.iOO. at the office of Fred T; Evans Jr. treasurer, Deadwood, South Dakota, at two o'clock p. in. to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale. FRED T. EVANS, JR., Secretary, (First I'ub. April IS, 1900.) (Martin & Mason, Attorneys.) State of South Dakota, Eight Judicial Circuit. In the Circuit Court in and for Lawrence County, South Dakota, Henry S. Graham and Myron J. Graham, as Executors of the last ili and Testament of Samuel Grshani, Deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. George fc. Marvine, Defendant. -THJS STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA SENDS GREETING: To the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned and re quired to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiffs, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers at their ollice in Deadwood, South Dakota, within thirty days after the service of this summons: exclusive of tha day of service, or the plaintiffs will take judgment against you for eight thousand, eight hundred ana ninety-nine dollars and forty-two cents, with Interest from November 28th, 18118, at C per cent pen annum, liesidea costs. Dated at Deadwood, S. D., this bth day of April, A. D., 1900. Plaintiff's Attorneys. NOTICE! To the defendant above named: Pleise take notice that the complaint in this case was filed in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court at the court bouse in the city of Dead-wood, on April 27th, 1900. MARTIN & MASON, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. (Martin & Mason. Attorneys.) In the Circuit court within and for Lawrence county. State of South Dakota, Eighth Judcial circuit, 8a. Thomas W. Matthews. Plaintiff, vs. John L. Balrd and Mollie S. Balrd, bis wife, lendanta. The State of South Dakota sends greeting: To the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, which will be filed in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court at Deadwood, S. D., and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers at tbelr office In the Martin & Mason block, Deadwood, S. D., within thirty days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer the complaint within that time, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated at Deadwood, this 10th day of February, A. D. 1900. MARTIN ft MASON, Plaintlff'a Attorney. To the above-named defendants: Take notice that the complaint herein was filed In the office of the clerk of the above entitled court at Deadwood, S. D., on March 7th, 1900, Plaintiff's Attorneys. (First Pub. March 8, 1909.) ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Victory Mining company. Principal place. of business, Dead-wood, South Dakota. Location of works. Carbonate, Lawrence county. South Dakota. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors of the above named corporation held on Saturday, April 28th, 1900 an assessment (No. 8) of four mills per share, was t m .." . . M taviwl nnnn th osnital nt leV161 UPn "e MPlt1 ROC Of th. corporation, payable Immediately to I South Dakota. , , , V ment shall remain unpaid on Tuesday. the 6th day of June. 1900. will i delinquent and adrertlsed for sale, and unless payment shall haTa been made ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Hail.-tuim Mining Company. D'-jdw S. 1). .Noli, c is b teby givm that al a inc. of the .tin-. ")!.- of this corporation l. ' ' d' ill.' or!.. , of v.f pij.any on th.' H:h ! o April. ! an wasiessment, I No. 11 tuo and oiit-1 .If mills p-r bhaie; va ! H-.! upon i he apilal stock of this cor; o; uoii, payai'h- inimciliatfly to F. Ilea, urt f, al h.s office In Deadwood, Dakota. ZH'P th nv t.-k imon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the l.'.th day o May, It't'O. shall he delinquent and adver Usel for sale at public auction and unless payment Is made before it shall be sold on the first day of June, to pay the de linquent assessment, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. F. ZIPP. Secretary (W. S Elder, Attorney.) M. A. LiOS. M. S. No. 1374. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT I' S. Liud Office. Rapid City So. Dak April 30. P.tOO Notice is herein Kiven that Anna (Jold Mining rn whose Dostotliee address is Deadwood, So. Dakota, has this day filed its application for a ptent for 1028 !' and .":!.". 1 linear feet reseeiively of the Anna mii, I Anns. No. II lodes, mines or veins hearing old with surface ground 30 feet resn ctivelv in width, situated in White- wood niining district, county of Lawrence and Stale ofSouth Dakota, and designated bv the Held notes and offl'-ial plat on flic in this office as lot number 1374. beiiirf Ue-s ribed as follows, to-wit ANNA LODE. P winning at 'r. No. 1 a shale r k sei in mound of stone chiseh'd 1A-137I when.-" Ia . Mon. I'. S. No 7 bears S. 7S' in' E ri:,4.C, feet to cor. No. i: survey No. "in! Hmtiland Mary lode bears N. :7' 17' E lu feet: 'hence. N s'' nl ' W. 11. s f. et to corner No. 2: thence. S. 4 111' W. 7 feet to corner No. 3: thence S. W W W. UnS.S fei t to cornel' No I; Iheni-e. S. Xs' nl' F, X.' feet to corner No. ",: thence. N l'i ui K. 13J". feet to corner No. il. Ideinbal ilh corner No. :' of Anna No 'J lode of I hi- survey: them- N. irr 3.".' R.7.4.'. 1 fee' to c( rner No. 7: thince. N.27 17' E -"". 'i et to cort.e- No. 1 and pla-e of beKiiiiiin. ANNA NO. LODE Hcninnlnt at corner No. 1 a shale rock set in en mid with mound of sloti " i his-cled 1A-2. 1374. whence corner No..", survey :;. Hi.Khliind Mary Lndifc.bears N. If." W 1 feet C. S. Loc. Mon. No. 7 bears S 'K' i'x' K. 031..". fet: thence. S.!i nr E. Ivs.S feet to corner No. 2; thence P. M '33' W. 227 2 feet to corner No. 3: thence ".1T PS' V. nsn.l feet to corner No. 4: thence. N. iP 33' E. 4.2 feet to eorner No. 1 and place of beslnnlne. The presumed course of the lode line of the Anna beinK N. S O.V 30" V and of the Anna Lode No. 2 N. 3" SO' 30" E. Area of Anna Lode 4.09ii acres. Anna No. 2 Lode 1 2i acres; total area of claims 5 394 Acres. Var. at all corners of this survey l." E. The location of these mines Is recorded -i the offtc of the Register' of Deeds of Lawrence county. S. D.. In books 1 and 9 respectively at paees 52 and fi02 respectively. The adolnltie claimants are. on the west and north Oro Cache M. S. 2!'fi A : on east Highland Mary M. S. 306: ethers. If any. are unknown. Any and all persons erSlmlnK adversely nnv portion of said Anna and Anna No. 2 lodns. mines or surfac,; ground, ft re re-nulrer to file their adverse claims with the Reelite- of the United States Land Office at Raold City. B. Dak.. In the eotinty of Pennlnsrton. rlurlns) the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be hirrd by virtue of the provisions of the statu!?. A. K. GARDINER. Register. It Is hereby ordered, that the foregoing notice of application for natent he published for the period of 60 days (nine coti- erutlve weeks), in the Dallv Ploneer- TIips. a dallv newspaper published at Deadwood. S. D. A. K. nardlner. Register. (First Pub. Mav 2, 1900.) ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Ofllce of the Marmaduke Gold ami Sil ver Mining Company. Principal place of business, Deadwood, Lawrence County, South Dakota. Notice is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the director of this corporation held at the office of the company on the 7th day of April, 1900, an assessment of one- half (1-2) cent per share was levied upon the capital stock of this corpo-ratian, payable immediately to John R. Wilson, treasurer, at his ofllce in Dead-wood, South Dakota., Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the first day of June. 1900, shall be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment ta made before, it shall be sold on the first day of July to pay the delinquent assessments together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. JOHN R. WILSON. Secretary. Dated, April 12, 1900. Room 1, Syndicate Block, Deadwood, S. D. : NOTICE .TO CREDITORS. ; ' Estate of Thomas Vs. Carroll, deceased. ; ' . . . Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Thomas S. Carroll dece&ed, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the ' said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this"'' notice, to the aald administrator at his residence at Pluma, la the county of Lawrence, South Dakota. ' Dated April' 11, 1900- . : ; v ; ORMAN F. ONO Administrator of the . estate . of rhomas & Carrol, deceased. ' - ' (First Pub, April U. 1900.) SPUING SCHEIH'LK ON" THE NICKEL PLATE. Ft. Wayne, Findlay, Fostorla, Belle-vue, Lorain, Cleveland, Palnesville. Ashtabula, Conneaut, (iirard, Erie, Chautauqua Lake, Dunkirk, Buffalo, as well as New York, Boston and all in-ternjediate regions are reached on fast time and at lowest rates of fare by trains of the Nickel Plate Road. Leave Chicago 10:35 a. m.. 33U p. m., 10:30 p. in.. With up-to-date drawing room sleeping cars... Unexcelled dining cars on thru Boston and New York train at 1 0 : 35 a. in,, and New York City Past Express train leaving Chicago at 3:30 p. m. All trains run daily. Train leaving Chicago at :i : 3n p. in. lias observation car east of liuffalo over the Lackawanna road, arriving in New York City 7:25 p. m.. every day in the year, in good shape for evening enter tainments Secure sleeping car service In advance. Write, wire or phone 2057 Central, to J. Y. Calahan, General Agent, Chicago, ill. FREE OF CHARGE. A nice large crayon or sepia portrait of yourself or friend given away fre of charge. Worth $3.00 at Locke & Co. gallery, with each dozen of our best cabinet size photographs. This Is for a few days only 15t. SPECIAL SATURDAY EXCURSION Via BURLINGTON ROUTE. One' fare for the re-ilnd trip to Hot Springs and Custer every Saturday, good to return on or before the following Tuesday. O. E. S. NO. 23, DEAD WOOD. Regular meetings second and fourth Mondays at 7: SO. All members cordially Invited. ANNIE, I. PHILLIPS, W. M. E. V, HATCH, W. P. LILLIAN G. HATCH. Sec. NOTICE. Dog tax is now due and payable. at the city treasurer's office, and will be come delinquent on May 1st. H.BISCHOFF". ' City Treasui tr. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Elk Mountain Gold Mining company will be held at the price of Ed. Relay A Co., Central City, on the 22nd day of May, 1900, at 8 o'clock p. m. H. W. ELLINGTON, President. JOHN BARRY, Secretary Pro. Tern. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. -All applications for positions in Deadwood schools for the ensuing yvar should be in the hands of the secretary by May 8th. 1900., ... 0. W. MATSON. ' SPEND SUNDAY AT HOT 8 PRIX One faro for the round trip, i Tickets oa sale Saturdays. Good to return following Tuesday. Popular train leaves Deadwood 6 p. m. ' ' Via Northwestern line. ; "FASTER TIME EAST BOUND." t A change of time between Norfolk and Sioux City enables pasengers us-r.g our train No. 4 to reach Sioux City at 4:00 p. m. daily. , Twelve hours faaved between MIN NEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL and the BLACK HILLS. West bound, leave Minneap olis at 7:10;. St Paul at 7:40 , a. nv. Sioux City at 5:05 p. m. Arrive Nor folk' Junction 7:40 p. m., connecting with FREMONT. ELKHORN it MIS SOURI VALLEY . RAILROAD train No. S due at Black Hills stations the next morning. . PARTICULAR atten tlon is called to the change of time in leaving SIOUX CITT, 5:05 p; ni daily, connecting at Norfolk Junction with train No. S. thus enabling passengers from connecting lines to make connection at Sioux City without lay-over. ' , Filed For Record. Daniel Labe'ana Enoa Lane to Hen-i ry Hanson, 40 acres in section 37. township 6, range 3; $200. Henry Hanson to Jesse Beam, the above 40 acres; $50. ' ' Isaac Peters et al. to Matt R. Matt-son, lot C, block 25, Mill street. Lead; $500.. .- -'- . ..... . Cyrus H, Enos, trustee, to George Treasure lot 3, block 20, Lead. ' Myron W. Randall to. Frances 8. :' Wheeler, the Tsar lode. j " :' : . . , t. , : '' ' Special Summer Excursions. . Via BurUngton Route. ' ' ' Annual meeting Imperial Council Ancient Arable Order. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Washington, D. C, May '22-24, 1900. ''- ..- ' National Baptist Societies, annlvsr-. sarie , Detroit, Mich., May 23-29, 1900. Annual meeting,; German Baptists, (Dunkards), North Manchester. Ind., . May 29. JuneS, 1900. Biennial meeting, General.Federa-,' tion of Woman's clubs, MUwaukee, Wis.,, June 4-8, 1900. y Annual' Convention, Music Teachers' 'National association, Des Moines, la., June 19-22, 1900. " ' " ! ' Annual meeting. National Edncation- MBJwnwr, wen Known to m to De toaithe treasurer John Trohor rvarinv peron described tn and who executed! treasurer, joon TreDer, IJuadwood, foreacoiag instrument, and severally duly al associationT Charleston, S. C July 7-13 1900. , ; Annual .International Convention Baptist Toung People's Union.' Cincin nati. O.. July 12-15. 1900. , Biennial Convention, National Republican league of the Halted States, EL FauL Minn- July 17-19. 1900. ' - Annual Convention, Young People's tSST.-T, ,hr xecut6di Any stock upon Which this: asses la witness whereof, 1 hare hereunto se my hand and seal, the day and year last above written. ; . . , . . CHAS. H. NELSON. ' Notary public." . (First pub. May 4. 1900.) ... PAT ai bad - - Souta ' DEADWOOD. V . fi

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