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Tfifi DAiLY PIONEER-TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1899. (Advertisement.) BLACK HILLS MINING REVIEW. Mrs. Li KBMANN, Ghoice Cut Flowers Potted Plants Always on Hand. Orders for Funerals and society emblems promptly filled. NOTICE OF LEASE. Notice is hereby given that tha Dakota Maid Mining company, a corporation, has leaxed unto several different parties the southerly one thousand (1,000) feet of the Dakota Maid lode mining claim In Strawberry gulch, Lawrence county. South Dakota. All parties furnishing materials for use upon said Dakota Maid Mining claim or performing labor thereon, are hereby notified that the owner of self mining claim will not be responsible ftg any material or labor furnished at tbe in stance of any of the lessees. Dated, Strawberry Gulch, Lawrence county. South Dakota, August ltth. lsM. DAKOTA MAID MININO CO., Owner. By JOSEPH KINO, Pres. NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is her. by given that there ,vUI be a special meeting of the stockholders of the Alex.ui.u-r Mining Company, held at the office of Martin & Mason, iu Deadwon.l. St.mh Dakota, on July 1. liiJ, at four o , hi. k p ni. of said day. for tha purpose of ele ting directors for Ihe ensuing year, levying an assessment upon tha capital flock to defray expenses of patenting the i-rupertles of the eomiauy, and any other li..: ilitu-8 incurred by the company, and for such .uh.-r business as may co.r before the meeting. This ii..etii,g is called at the writte.i request ef the stockholders representing a majority of t.- capital stock of said company an i by order of the board of directors. Null. MAN T. MASON Secretary. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To Peter Neilson and to w hom it may concern: You are hereby notified that I have expended in labor and Improvements on. hundred dollars ($100) on each of the following mining claims, to-wtt: The Kukee fraction, Harrisou lode, Hoiking lode. Wall lode, Morton lode claims situate 00 False Bottom, Ida Gaay Quartz Minlni district, Lawrence county. South Dakota, iu order to hold said claims under the provisions of section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold tha aame for tha year 1898. And, if within ninety day. from the service of this notice you fall or refuse to contribute, as co-owner, your interest in said claims will become the property of the subscriber under said section 2324. FRED BROOKER. WILLIAM BROOKER. (First Pub. April 4. 1899.) JOHN W. GIBBS, ti I IN b t n r (C. E. Dai NOTICE OF SET" ; AlVl. i 11 tbe County Co relice, Slate o! ;us LLER 3PULAR Market Game and 'y iu Season. i Harrison 5. ES', Mack Hills 88. . St, Deadwood. LERBBOSi :adinc MARKET. relepioneNo 69 elephone No. 3. Berg Building, Deadwood. : ll 1 I) !.l In the Mailer of tin William SPECIAL EXCURSIONS. Special Edition for lsi'tf Will Be Out in July. The management of the Black Hills Mining Review Is preparing to issue a special edition of that paper sometime during the latter part of July. This edition will far surpass anything of the kind ever published In the Black Hills. Tha support already given by the business men of Deadwood, Lead and the surrounding mining camps and by the leading mining companies which are operating In Lawrence county, has of itself warranted the publication of fifty pages of reading matter, illustrated with a profusion of new half-tone cuts. Already about forty-five hundred copies of the edltlou huve been subscribed for and only a partial canvass has been made. It will be tiece.-sary to is-nie at least eight thousand copies ill iMiifc!i: lii slflIJ!.t1fc ma?!rd-The special' edition will contain a Kreat many half-tune ruts which will be new to the lilaik Hills people anil some of the best known mining men will contribute articles on various topics. Among those 'hn.4U write are: Hf. -Walter f. Jen-ney, who will furnish a descriptive article upon the early history of the Black Hills up to the prc-eiit time; Dr. F. William lhne. president of the Terhnnlogl-cal school, of Chi'aKo. wlin will writi-t descriptively of the phonollte bell. James S. I.awson. with a quarter of a century of experience in copper mining, will treat upon the copper format ions of the Hlack Hills; Samuel t'ln-hman. who nn'ils uo hit roductioti to the Itlack Hills people as a mining writer; Frank McLaughlin, who W . Gltldilign, Deceust I Ninite is hereby gm n licit lelgar L'. Cbeih, Administrator t.f the E-I.its of William V. Culilnitt, tU.t;.iJic.4.. -by ftcu tie'! f-i::Uimli piescTire.l fur set 1 1 . "1 1 1 1 U I . UUtt tiie.l in said Ctiuri. bis tinal u, t,.aiut of his atimiiiist rat ion of sal, I cstHtc, anil lli.it Saturday, the loth day of Jul), A. 1 '. iv.i'.t. being a day ef a ttini of s.u 1 Court, to wit: of the July term. A. I' ut Iu o clock a. in., at the court room of said Court at the City of Deadwood, In sail iJiitTrnro County, has been duly appoint ed by the saitl Court, for settlement of said final account, ut which time and place any person interested iu said estate may appear and file his exceptions In writing to the said account and contest the same. FRANK J WASHAUAUOH, y County Judge notice of forfeiture. To Patrick o'llricn: You are informed that 1 have expended in labor and improvements upon the Chance ai 1 '''i.m. c No. 1 lodes or mining claims, si:i.:., in Carbonate mining district, Late, r County, South Dakota, at least one In,:, In. I dollars per year upon each of ,-.,.. .l.i.in fyxtllic v.ua.rs A . -U. rfSl, II:'. i" ' . 1. lSltj, iSdil, 1SU7 and lS'Jb, all which was done fur the purpose of I. I, ling ihe said claims or lodes under th, pru isioiis of section No. 23114, Revised Statutes of the Lulled States, and acts amendatory thereto, for the periods ending December ;:ist, ls'.U; December 31st, 1 812 , liecembtr 31st, 1M3; Dvcewbei 31st, 18tM. December 31st, 1895; December 31st, lsyt;, December 31sl, 1M7, and December 31st, lS'.ik, and there is due from you thereon, to-wit: On the said Chance lode or mining claim the sum of four hundred ($400 1111) dollars, on the said Chance lode or mining claim No. 1 the sum of four hundred (Jlooooi dollars, or eight hundred ($Miui)0) dollars in all. You are hereby noliticd that if within ninety ('J") days from the service of this notice you fai! to contribute your portion of said expenditure its co-owner with the undersigned , luring eat h of the years above nieutioneti, your interest in said lodes or mining claims will become tho property of the suits, t-ili r. your co-owner, who has made the r.itiired extenditures as required by saitl se, i;oii No. -3-4 of the Revised Statutes ot lie Culled States. ROBERT NUGENT. (Fit-! 1'llb May 17, IMiil.) National convention U iptist 4 Yuung PiK.Hiljti:-Vfriea-ef"Ain :eftV Klehtno'nu. Va., July 13-16. - Annual meeting Uniiil Society ot Christian Endeavor. Detroit, Mich., July 5-10. National Educational Teacher;,' association, Los Angeles, Cal. July. The above Is a partial lUt of some of the more Important excursions to be given by the popular Burlington route, during tie summer. For full Information aa to limits, dates of sale, tickets ets., call at passenger depot W. T. ROBERTSON. Ticket Agent - NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To Elijah P. Fowler, administrator of the t-state of Ellen Shannon. deeeaMHl; Thomas Donovan. James Donovan, Mary Parker, Lizzie Donovan. James F. Dono-vaij, Johij T. Donovan. Minnie; A.., Dena tail alia Cuarfee Donovan, heirs at law of said Ellen Shannon, deceased; John H. Shannon, administrator of the estate of Edward Shannon, deceased; Mathew Shannon and John Shannon, heirs at law of Edward Shannon, deceased, and to their and each of their legal representative, or assigns, and to all whom it may concern; You are informed that I have expended in labor and Improvements upon the Spring and Lloyd lodes or mining claims, situated In Whitewood mining district. In Lawrence county. South Dakota, at least $100 upon each of said claims for th. year 1898, all of which was done for the purpose of holding the said lodes under the provisions of section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, and act. amendatory thereto, for the period endln,. December 31, 1898, and there is due from you th. sum of $75.00 upon each of said claims. You are hereby notified that if within ninety days from completed publication of this notice you fall - to contribute your proportion of said expenditure as co-owner with the undersigned during he year above mentioned, your interest in said claims will become the 1 roperty of U-0 subscribers, your co-owners, who bars made the required expenditure aa required by said Section 2324. Central City, S. D., May 8, 1899. J. B. Le-BEAU. ZOELLNER BROS. A. A. JACKSON. (First Pub. May 10.' 1899.) Dated June 19. 1S99. (First Publication June 10, 1899.) STREET, DEADWOOD' JAM I A- (iSOaOE, lieadwood, 8. t. k GEORGE I ConnsRlors at Law, Indcipo maae a wen n of (John It. Wilson, Attorney.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE BY ACTION. State of South Dakota. County of Lawrence. Iu Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit. American Natitmal llauk of Deadwood, l'laintills. . vs. Chnrles 1". Graham Defendant Vil li K IS HEREBY LIVEN. That by f a li,.igii:ei,t or 1 111 tflttsure aud Sale hi the above eni it led action on the l.,ih i!ay i,t' June. A 1 1 i.vci mid an exe cm mil issued iiit,ii said Judgment, the subs. 1 1 l.er. Matt riuiiheii. Sheriff of Lawrence t'tiiitily. Slate of Souih Dakota, for tilal imrpttse appointed, will sell at IMilillti auction at ihe front dour of the Court House in the city of DcuiIwoihI. County of , C. and Deadwood. s. 1), Room No. sj nil Irate Block. Hull Kr.ternl Courts. OTnu bankrupt Lawn a ( Fi at.k NOTICE ol-' s M- l.auglilin, Atty ) ALE OF HEAL ESTATE. indapoWAcSy (fib fractory ores of the Itlack lhllls, showing the ditTcreui e beiwcin 1 lie twn. I'uitis A leN'-i Iniir, fin iit'l'i II ..IIS he. 1-1 ihem- it at ilic m'l .'ii Kninas 'ny snirliei'. upon llle i-alliililiK of 111 it, k Hills on W. L. Fnilv'. of i'i iilral I'ily. upun 1 1 1 . - rilnetii fiinuii ions .if i he I'eniral "ily district; i' W Itolibi 11-.. of Custer, who will write at li 'it;tl! ef ihc iiiines in Custi r county; and a number of other prominent mining men w ho have partly promised to assist THB bKKiT HINDOO REMCOY PftnilttriH TRR AltOVl! jffrufe in HO da 11. Cnrm BY VI It'l l i: of an the County Court of South Dakota, made tnli r a ml decree of Lawrence County, on the petition of TV.A.tp SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the Assayer In Charge of the all Nttrvoua Di'teaM. Fnitinir Mflmorr V V Par-Mis, tileepleMnflsm Nightly Ftv-isJ lone.. fttc naiuAil hi ttHHt kiiuhah. u 1 vm United States Assay Otllco at Deadwood, vigor and size to hriinkn organ, and quickly bat sy Bicycles .$40 ains on the '98 wheel sis at low prices . urjj restorer LoJtr vanrood id old or young. Etui It rnrriAfl in wmt nnrkflf . Prim M .(M) n. nackrUM South Dakota, until 12 o'clock m., June 30, Bilfor $Jf.Mr Hth i terittvn guurantfn to cure ov' in g.nitii; up interesting niaJier. Tin inwiMy rriftefMirsr . in t Buy am IMITATION, oat liMivt on having IN-DAPO. If joar draggirt hua nov 18K9, and then opened, for all supplies required for the fiscal year ending June SO, the undersign administrator t dt-ceased, for a tate of said ,lt tice is hereby after the l'tli tl Barney Franklin, as the if the estate of John Weir, n order to sell the real es-i eased at private sale, no-given that 1 shall, on or Jay of June next, sell at hot it. we win aeon it prepaid. IliNDOO KEMEDV U.. Propn. Cblcifo. Ill or war At wilt its'i in1 a w iite-up of all ot i.he mining district in the Mills giving history of WILCOX PHARMACY Deadwxjoa a. L lauo, in accordance with schedules and specifications, copies of which, with blank G.F.BAGGALEY proposals and other information may b. the mutes ami their present development. Some ot the newer companies will also be wrliton 1 1 in a descriptive way which will g (hlrhttater'a EacUnk Diamoiel lit-... had upon application to P. J. MIN1TER, Assayer in Charge. be entt rlainliiK both to the Black Hills rENNYROYAL PILLS people anil those residing ouiside. Original and nnly vanin. tri, alwftTi rHtal'le. udhi Drucairt tot ' Hnchtttrr 1 Kntluh &um , NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CRED Keystone and Hill City districts and Cus uii Brand In MVd anil '.'4. J rrwielLv ITORS. ham. seeled with blur n niton I ah ter county will receive especial attention In the District Court of the United States MMiiiiiiliailntiiiiu. Al 1'OurisU. r Md4 4. the desire of the publisher and editor of In iuhim for prttonln. tmlii Inli Lawrence, ami Slate of Smith Dukolu, ou Saturday the 22inl day of .Inly. 1899, at H o'clock in the fore iinon of that day, the real estate and mortgaged premises situ. 1:0 in the County of Lawrence, and State of South Dakota, and dlret toil in said Judgment, anil Execution to be sold and there In described as follows: An undivided oue-thlrtl ll-.'t) Interest of. in and to the following described mining claims and mining property, situate! in Ida Gray Miuing district. Iiwrence County South Dakota anil more particularly described as follows, to-wit; The Spearflsh lnle, the Spearflsh No. 1 lode, the Spearflsh No. 2 lode, Ihe Siiearflsh No. 3 lotle, the Spearflsh No. 4 lode, and the Spearflsh No. 5 lode, saitl lodes having been located by Hugh E Dayton on September 1. IN96, and being situated near the Junction of Spearflsh ami Squaw creeks, all of said claims lying adjacent and adjoining to each other anil being more particularly described in the location certificates thereof, duly of record. Also an undivided one-third (1-3) interest in Ihe Spearriwh Fraction lode, alt-uated on the East side of Spearflsh Creek, anil adjacent to the Spearfisb No. 1 lode, and about one half (Hi mile Southerly from Maurice Station on the B. & M. R R , saitl Spearflsh Fraction lode having been located by Fred T Evans. Sr., Cbas F. Giahnrn and Win L. Mt l.aughllu on Dec ember 28. 1S9G. with all appurtenances and Improvements thereunto tielonglng. or so much thereof as may Ih- sufficient to satisfy said Judgment and costs, amounting In all to One Thousand. One Hundred Keller rr laaire. WW for the District of South Dakota. In tbe Matter of Thomas B. Rollins Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. the Review being to make this Special Edition cover the resources of the entire private sale for cash the real estate belonging to saitl estate In said County, the real estate described as follows, to-wit: An undivided one-third interest In (iay-vllle lode, Sktmkum lode, Skookum No. 2 lode, Black Diamond lode, Black Diamond Fraction lode. Rover lode, Rover No. 2 lode, Skokum lode; an undivided one-fourth interest iu Great Laxey lode. Great Laxey No. 2 lode, Greet Laxey Fraction lode; an undivided one-half Interest in Harmon No. 2 lode, Big Deposit No. 2 lode, Big Deposit No. 3 lode, all situated near CJayvllle, In Whitewood mining district, Lawrence County, South Dakota, on the following terms, to-wit: olCbr all Local Urauiau. FIIILAIA VA AAAA A AAA AAA A aaAA A AAAAA A AA A To the Creditors of Thomas B. Rollins of DIES! ac No. 187, SaUlls Phone.) Ktaafeace at your resi-ttnttsorial artists, admire agents for the mieand Dye to the, people of Deadly numbers of teflti- most flattering ohar- UTEUffHONE, 187. Black Hills. Arrangements have been made for selling: the papers at the Omaha Exposition and on the trains leading Into Omahr- The price of the papers will be 25 cents per copy IS Belle Fourche, In the County of Butte and District Aforesaid, a Bankrupt: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That on the 8th day of June, A. D. 1S!)9, the said Thomas H. Rolins was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and that the first meeting of In 44 botm Oonorrhcu nJ diKOvsTrnm the nnnarr awl vana, arrr-wM bv Santitl Midy f '-MnwiewyLrwtitmoouvenienoe Pri S 1 . of At J. DrinnriBW, V J V. u. Big new Ynr. ai For cash. Bids in writing may be filed with Frank McLaughlin at his offlc, in the Opera House block, Deadwood S. D. SATT RDAY EXCl'RSIOONS TO HOT SPRINGS VIA NORTH WESTERN LINE." To Hot Springs and return at one fare, J.'i.l'n. for Ihe round trip. Tickets good to return seven days from date of sale. The Elkhorn train leaving Deadwood at 6 p. m. is the popular train to Hot Springs, THE DERBY Is Headquarters For and Sixty-five (l.ltifo Dollars and Seventy Dated this 25th day of May, A. D., 1899. 170) Cents, with Interest thereon from the BARNEY FRANKLIN, date of said Judgment, and all accruing As Administrator of the Estate of John his creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned Referee In Bankruptcy In the City of Deadwood, in said state and district, at three o'clock p. m., on Thursday, the 22nd of June, A. I). 1899, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims appoint a trustee and transact such other business as may properly come before the said meeting. FRED M. BROWN. Referee in Bankruptcy. Dated June Sth. 1899. (First Pub June 9, DciiiU tVines, Liqucrs and Cigars. osm of sale. Dated Deadwood, South Dakota, June 16, 1899. Weir, Deceased. (Firt Pub. May 26, 1899.) saM.... w fli CARTER Prop 1. AIK1NS, IEY AT LAW Syndicate Block, 80OBH DAKOTA MATT PLUNKETT. Sheriff of Lawrence County. as it leaves after the close of business hours. John R. Wilson, Plaintiff's Attorney. (First Publication, June 17. 1899 ) NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby given that their wl EG AL NOTICES. DELINQUENT ALE NCJTICE. be a special meeting of the stockholders Mands Warner MacPhetrirJce. Will reoeiTe POPHfl In Vonal and bMtnimeatal Music at her reaUaee. FORD, Yankee Boy Gold Mining Company, prin of the Madge Mining Company ( Martin & Mason. Attorneys ) held at the office of Martin & Mason. Deadwood, South Dakooa. on July 1, C SIMMONS MONEY DEMAND COM at four o'clock p. m. of said day. for the (W. H. Parker, Attorney.) SHERIFF'S NOTICiC OF SALE ON EXECUTION. State of South Dakota, County of Lawrence, ss. Margerata L Lansberry. Plaintiff, vs. William B. Dwinnell. Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That by cipal place of business. Deadwood, S. D. ; location of mines. Carbonate mining district. I-awrenre rounty S. D. NOTICE. There Is delinquent upon tbe PLAINT FILED. purpose of electing directors for bbe ensu No. 20 Dearer A. Deadwood. & D. State of South Dakota. Countv of Law ing year; levying an assessment upoi Hie capital stock to defray expenses of patent rence. 88. In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit. Jwwd should good, disposed of ' EaoinaTal. 165 Ing the properties of the comitajiy, amd any other liabilities incurred by the company. following described stock, on acco i.it o? assessment No. 3, levied on the 27th day James A. Ogden, Plaintiff. Minute Coujn Cure, cure. and for sueh other business as may come vs. virtue of an Execution to me directed and delivered and now in my hands, issued out of the Clerk's office of the circuit Court, before the meeting. Electric Gold Mining & Milling Company. Defendant. This meeting is called at the written of April, IM19, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, to-wit: Eighth Judicial Circuit. County of Law The State of South Dakota Sends Greet request of the stockholders representing a majority of th capital stock of saitl com rence, State of South Dakota, upon a Judgment rendered in saitl Court in fuvor of Margerata L. Lansberry and against Wil ing to the Above Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required pany ami by order of the board of di pK Remedy Co. STHE ONLY SURE CURE FOR to answer the complaint of the above liam it. Dwinnell. on the IL'th tiny of Ap rectors NORM N T. MASON Secretary. named Plaintiff, which will be filed in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled ril, A. D. 1V.I8, I have levied upon the fol lowing described real property of said de Court at Deadwood. South Dakota, and to fentlaut, to-wit: An undivided one-third NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' serve a copjr oLyour answer upon the sub interest In and to the Tiger and Kangaroo scrlhers, at their office, in the Martin & MEETING. lodes or mining claims, to which refer 1 POISON Mason Block, In Deadwool, South Dakota, w ithin thirty days after the service of this ence is nereby made, for a more particu PRIMARY, SECONDARY o TERTIARY BLOOD POISO PERMANENTLY CURED IJ 15 TO 35 DAYS. You can b. tareated at home for the mmt Notice is hereby given that there will be a special meeting of the stockholders lar description of said property In Book summons, exclusive of the day of service, 103, Pages 15 and 16. recorded Iu the Reg No. Name No of shrs mt. I rtiarles Meier 5000 J -T, 'Ml 9 I-:. T. Hadlev 400O 2" .00 in w. II. Bunham 50oo ; 00 19 John F. McLaughlin .... 1000 '.00 ;'o. John F. McLaughlin ... 10O0 ."..no I". Paulina Mclaughlin ... 2".0 125 .V. Paulina Mclaughlin .. 250 1 25 42 Paulina McLaughlin 100 50 43 Paulina McLaughlin ... 100 50 44 Paulina- Mclaughlin ... ion so 45 Paulina McLaughlin ... 100 50 4i Paulina McLaughlin ... 100 50 47 Paulina McLaughlin 100 50 4v. Paulina McLaughlin ... 10 50 49 Paulina McLaughlin ... 100 50 51 Paulina McLaughlin ... 100 50 5? Paulina McLaughlin ... 100 SO 53 Paulina McLaughlin .. (8500 242.50 56 D. C. Sawyer 1800 9.00 58 John F. McLaughlin ... 8200 41.00 or the Plaintiff will take Judgment against you forTwenty-four Hundred Eighty-seven ister of Deeds office of Lawrence county S. D. Dollars and (Fifty Cents, with interest at the nrte of 7 per centum per annum. auat QUAHANTT . If you prefer to come hare we w1 Also an undivided one-third Interest In from the 1st day of June, 1S9S, besides the and to the 4th of July lode or mining claim, a more particular description of UnirtTBT hM bUls and no charfe If e al to eura, U H U Jli?DINB WASH, and eUH hare acha. and palna. costs of this action. which will be found in Book 70, Page 289. Dated at Deadwood. S. D-, this 3rd dar Also an undivided one-,tbird interest in of June, A. D.-1S99. of the Galena Treasure Mining, Company, held at the office of Martin & Mason, in Deadwood, South Dakota, on July 1. ISO. at four o'clock p. ta. ot said day, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year; levying an assessment upon the capital stock to defray expense, of patenting the properties of the company, and any other liabilities incurred by the company, and for such other business as may cone before the meeting. This meeting is called at the written request of the stockholders representing a majority ot the capital stock of said company and by order of the board of directors. NORMAN T. MASON Secretary. lLoEZOjh&AJU Plaln'tiff. Attorney. and to the North Dakota, Phoenix.. South Dakota and Elkhorn lodes or mining claims, a more particular description of which will be found in Book 104, Page. To defendant above Darned: Complaint In above action was Died la the office of the Clerk of the above en- 420, 421. all of said claims are recorded In the Register of Deeds office of Lawrence n . JHKUAT. PlM.rL.l5a. UUrriin-vuwa- !" 'dCI?1 U body, HAIR or KYEBROW8 FALLINO CAa1? WeODARANTKB to cine. W. olic.t th. thir?.. CHALLENQM THB WORLD FOR A CA8 Wl ygTCraTmL BAITUD THH SKILL OF" TH1 5f 2"2Sl!"a Klme and Eopmn fowtm :litli 0? too wbB ender the trtmit of the tmt Uy toS-?"14 00old Poy, bnt we hare a BBC RUT 2? ewLSf?1 "oooarae bar started np to Imitate ear "iwsiilsnluil eaocen; today not one ef them re- 1. itled Court at Deadwood, S. D., oa June County, S. D., and being situated in White- 20th. 1899. wood Mining District, Lawrence County 8. D. JLa2')lXaJw-PIt,in,',t 8 Attorneys And that I shall on Saturday, th. Sth (First Publication. June Zl. 18-I And, In accordance with the law and an order of the board of directors, so many shares of each parrel of su-h stock as may be necessary will be sold at public suction at tbe office of the secretary, O. W. Matson. Deadwood. S D . on the first day of July. 1899, at I p. m to pay said assessment, together with tbe cost of advertising snd expenses of sale. O. W. MAT8ON, Secretary. da"y of July, A. D. 1899, at tbe hour of 10 o'clock, .A. M.. of said day. at tbe front door of tbe Court House, In the city of Deadwood, In said County and State, pro (Edwin Van Cise. Attorney.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ceed to sell all tbe right, title and Inter x"?-'"?. A Single Successful CompeUtr, UV . e MrmanenClv emwl tKmaanda and ha est of the above named William B. Dwin i....t. f Charles W. Mather. Deeeased. nell, in and to the above described prop NOTICE IS HEKEBI jhc. vj m nnderaigned. administratrix of tn estate erty to satisfy said Judgment, and costs, amounting, to Eight Hundred and Forty- I . aoneety aoa nfecrnj. ri,.rii W. Mather, deceased, to the NOTICB OP LBASB. (Wm R. Steele. Attorney.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Mrs. Ida Baer, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Mrs. Ida Baer. Deceased, te Hie creditors oft and all persons having claims against the aid deceased to exhibit them with tbe necessary vouchers within six months from the first publicstion of this notice, to the ssld Ben Baer, Administrator, at bis office st the American National Bank of Deadwood. in ths City of Deadwood. In tbe County of Lawrence, Booth Dakota-Dated at Deadwood. & D., Jane It. 1899. BBN BAER, Administrator of ths Estate of Mrs. creditors of and all persons having claim. HOBii'V 8AMPLI CATCH jrainet toe saia aereatr ""'" Te all parties per forming labor er furnishing material upon the - Menses Chief Lode, Ut: TAKJS NOTICB: That said elalm' Is being worked ends liass aad that the nderslcned owners wfil sot be nepeoeU with the neceeaarj '""" - 7 ' months after the first publication of this notice, to the saH administratrix, at her reddence. on Williams street, Deadwood. , the county of Unce. . one (841) Dollars and Sixty (60) Cents, together with al accruing costs of sale and interset on the same from tbe 21st day of April, 1898, at the rate of 7 per cest per annum, at Public Auction to tbe highest bidder for easb. William H. Parker Plaintiff's Attorney. Dated, Deadwood, 8. D., Jon. (th, 1899. MATT PLUNKBTT. 8herlff of Lawrence County. By James B. Harris. Deputy, dint Publication. Jane t, 1899.) Xdtb " METHODS. VaLliS?013 0r CUMS AND UNBROKEN PLED :i4jn r PpUoOob, NO BRANCH OITICB ld S BEHIND 0UR GOARANTEL Dated at Uwiwwu. . Die tor mar moor sinasasg t fnrnlshed epos, said .remises. Ida Baer, Deceased. . - , , HOGH hf'CArrRBT, ' HKNRT 8EC8SENBACBT. Administratrix of the estat. of Charles W. Mather, Deceased. , (First Pub. June 17.) (First Publication, Jane 17, 189.) .

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