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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , 1900. THE DA1LTX PlONEEli-TlMES, DEADWOOD c5. D Hovr a Woman THE SINGER it now locaated in the SYNDICATE BLOCK Lee St. near Main, Deadwood. Moat popular of all tewing machines. Second hand machine! for tale or reVt of aM kindt. All makea cf rrucnines repaired . N; PARKS. M?r. (Moody. Kellar & Moody. Att'ys.) MORTGAGE SALE. Default has been made in the payment of the money secured by a mortgage dated the 19th day of April, A. D. 1899, executed by Mrs. Archie H. Smith and Archie H. Smith,, mortgagors, to W. H. Bryan mortgagee. Tbe ampunt claimed to be due upon said mortgage at the date of this no-tit e 1b the sum of five hundred and thirty-five dollar, and ten dollars attorney's fees. Now. therefore, notice in hereby (F. J. Wasoabaugh, Attorney.) FORECLOSURB NOTICE. Whereas, Robert A Keller aDd Ljiflla M Keller, hie wife, did on tbe 13tk day of Alay. 1H98, mortgage to the Bank of Spear-th. a corpora ti on. to secure a certain no?o riven by Robert A. Keller and LueJla M. KelJej, the fol lowing described real estate, lying and beiDg in tbe Couoty of Lawrence and State of Boutb Dakota, and in the City of Spe&rfiiih. to-wit: Lot No. use (1) of Gibson's lotF. according te the plat of Gibson' lots in the. sub division of the S W. V of tha S. W. V of section ten (10) Town six (6). N. range two (I) east P H M . an id plat being recorded in Took Twc (Li page niae (9) of plait in the office cf the register of deeds of said Law Suffers.- ASSESSMENT NOTICE. New La Plata Gold Mining com-Piii , i-'iae. tl' LdaiiitoS, Lead wood, S. D. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting dSttJUie hoard of directors of the above named company, held at Deadwood, on the 17th day of September, 1900, an assessment (No. 9) of, one mill per share was levied upon the outstanding stock of the company, payable immediately to Neil McDonough. treasurer, at his office In Deadwood, S. D. Any stock upon which this assess Bewau., Jim., Not. V. I will always praise 'Wis of Cards! It has done M aaow teod " th mwii cibm I bar ever taken in n lite. Flew aend a book about female diueaees to tlie ladies whose names 1 enekM Mi. MINNIE BTODGH1LL K Isn't necessary for a woman to pive fianirulars. Wbrr, she Mys he has "female troubles,", cither vnmt-n knew what that nrans. It means days and mphts of endless .su;irrint it means headaci.es which do tongue can describe. It mean:- i hat terrible bearing and dragging down in the lower abdomen it means ait nimi; bacnjche,and siioulder ache, and arm ache, and iu-.ir;- in tht lower h.-nii.v It means nerves on edge the blues despond;,. v and loss el !c -pi it means debilitating drains that the doctors cuii icueorrhcra. It means, martyrdom sometimes even death see mi. pteieraMt. And M.ll 'i:ie of Cardui will utterly vtir; : LADIES' APVISORT DEPalTMtNT rnr ulTlee in caaes reunn ;nc kt.- dlrrctiona. addreu, giving viii i. n ' in. I - ).. the Change of Life, this Vegetable ft'me is a blessing. Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00. diseases and pains to rout 'el thousands ol cases ,i v. else on earth would, ! itd'.nR woman, to the e wife, to the expectant t" those roinr through f'liiliii.. J , it: er. Pian Jl 1 have decided to go one better than on any former proposition, on PIANO SALES. Until October 1st next, I will give any one buying a New Piano of me the choice of the four following propositions; 1st. If Joseph B. Moore Is electee to Congress and E. W. Martin ib defeated, 1 will credit them with 150.00 .uu 1 1 William J. Bryan is ei-cied President .nd Mc-tvin.ej la defeated, I will credit them with $100.00 rrt " Nebraska gives Bryan tbe majority over McKinley tor President, I will credit them with $ 75.00 4th. If South Dakota give Bryan the majority over McKinley for President, I will Receipt in full for the Piano, "fou can have your choice from the CHICKERINQ, VOSE, WEQMAN, CABLE, KINGSBURY OR WELLINGTON PIANOS. S. R. SMITH ment shall remain unpaid on the 20lh day of October, 1900, will be delinquent and advertised for sale, and unless payment shall have been made before, will be sold at auction at the office of the treasurer, in Deadwood, on the 10th day of November, 1900, at 2 :30 in lock p m ... to pay such delinquent assessment together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. neil Mcdonough, sec. (First Pub. Sept. 19. 1900.) DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. (!aitiii City Mining Co.; place of business. Central City. S. D. Notice There is delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessment No fi. levied August 7. 190(1, the several amounts sot opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: 22. Maloney. R. M. K4. Maloney. R. M nr.. Maloney. K M. 67. McGillis R. G. . c'0. Maloney. R. M. . 85. McGillis, R: (i. . .23.000 10.000 . fi.900 3.643 . 2.955 $51.75 2.25 15.52 112.50 8.21 fi.64 i4. Shannon. Ed 1.000 Jnd unless payment shall have been made on or before October 8. 1900. the same will be sold at the office of the treasurer. J. B. LeBeau, Central City, South Dakota, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. to pay said delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. J. B. LeBEAlT, JSecretary. (First Pub. Sept. 23, 1900.) PROPOSED AMENDMENT. To the Constitution of tho SUte of South Dakota. To the People of the State of South Dakota. The Sixth Legislature of the Srafe of South Dakota af the session thereof begun end held at Pierre, the capital, on January S. 1899. and concluded on March 3. A. D. 1899. proposed the following amendment to the Constitution otthe state, vli: A Joint Resolution Proposing and Agreeing to an Amendment to the eonsttfntlon of the State of South Dakota and Sub-mlttlng such Amendment to a vote of the Pople. . Be It Resolved br the Hcuse of Representatives, th Un Poneiirrlpr SFC. 1. QTTFSTTON 8TTBMTTTW). That the net supers! eleetlon In this-state the follo-1nc ninnosefl amendment the Ponltnlon of the State of Pnntb. Dakota which f herefcv agreed to. Khali he submitted to the elerort of the state for their approval, which amendment when anpreved nd ratified aball become a part of the Con-tltutlon as Article twenty-clht (J) thereof. ARTTOLB XXVm. M5C. 1. The several count lee of the state shall nyt the moneys of the Permanent School ani Endowment Funds In honrf t "ehool eornor- ffotn. stale, conntv and municipal hond or In miWnr" imns r,4 tmrtmvea form lands wtfhln thele tt"'s reaneeMve-ly; under such regulation as the legislature may provide, but no farm loan shall1 exceed one thousand dollars to any on' person, Arm or corporation." The above proposed amendment will bi' voted upon by the people at thyuimral election to be held In the state on XUeaday, the 6th day of November, A. D. 1900. Tha proposed amendment will be printed upon the ballot followed by the words: "Shall the above amendment to the constitution In relation to the Investment of the Permanent School and Endowment Funds be approved and ratified?" Immediately to the left of which shall Le prmted the words "Yes" and "No," each preceded by square In which the elector can place a cross to Indicate his vote. Electors desiring to vote "Yea" will place Idboqi pub ..tteA,, I'JO uqi 8jo;aq uhojj w desiring to vote "No" will place a cross 1 . fi.re ibe word "No. Dated at Pierre, the capital, this 1st day of August, 1900. WILLIAM H. RODDLE. Secretary of State. (W. II. Parker, Atty.) SUMMONSRELIEF COMPLAINT' FILED. Slate of South Dakota, County of Lawrence, ss. Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial cuit. G'.-orgix Reeder, Plaintiff, vs. George M. iteReder, Defendant, Cir- Tbe State of South Dakota, to the above named defendant:. You are hereby summoned and re-ouired to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, a copy of to serve a copy of your nnswer upon - the subscriber at his office In Dead- wood. Lawrence county. South Dakota, within thirty days after the ser- rence county. South Dakota, which said mortgage was duly recorded in tbe office of the regist.' of deeds of said Ijwrenoe county, on the 17tb day of May. 1898. In Book ODe Hundred and Twenty-sii (120) on page two hundred and eighty (280). and which said mortgage was thereafter duly assigned to Charles Piereon as will appear by assignin'r i f rc-cd In said register of deeds' office in Book One Hundred and Forty-two C142 on page duty-three (631. and' who is now the owner thereof And whereas, default eilsts. and there is now due on said note and mortgage to said Charles Plerson. the sum of seven hundred and twenlv-eight dollars and twenty cents ($72l 201 for principal and interest Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that the said niortgege will te foreclosed by the sale cf tbe above described premises at public auction, on Saturday, the 10th day of November. 1900. at 11 o'clock on t !) at day in the forenoon, at the front door of the court house in Deadwood. in tbe County (if Lawrence. State of South Dakota, to satisfy the amount due us above specified. . including : '1 fees and costs of sale . Dtaed September 2Mh. 1!'00, MATT PLUNKETT. Sheriff nf Tawrence County. S D . F J V APH ABAl'OH. AtUfley for Assignee of said Mortgage vrtFirst Pub. Sept. 20. 1900.) (Fowler & Whitfield. Attorneys.) in tbe Circuit court of tbe Eighth Judivial Circuit of the State of South Dakota, within and for Lawrence county. Garnet A. Nicbol, Plaintiff, vs. Bert C. Nichol, Defendant. The State of South Dakota sends greeting: To the above named de fendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, a copy of which Is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office In Deadwood, South Dakota, within thirty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Dated at Deadwood, S. D., Aug. 29th, 1900 FOWLER WHITFIELD, Attorneys for Plaintiff. To tha above named defendant: You will please take notice that the summons and complaint in this ao-tion was filed in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, et the court house In the City of Deadwood, Lawrence county, 8. O., on this 29th day of August, A. D. 1900. FOWLER ft WHITFIELD. Plaintiffs Attorneys. (First Pub. Aug. 31. 1909.) (Fowler & Whitfield, Attorneys.) In the Circuit court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of South Dakota, within and for Lawrence county. Arthur E. Simpson, Plaintiff, va. Eva Simpson, Defendant. The State of South Dakota bundi. greeting: To the above named de- j fendant: a j You are hereby surunvbned and re- quired to answer the complaint of the above named' plaintiff, a copy of which i is herewith served upon you, ai.d to' serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at bi.s office in Deadwood. .South Dakota, within thirty days af?W the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demar.ded in said complaint. Dated at Deadwood, S. D., Aug. 29th, 1900 FOWLER & WHITFIELD, Attorneys for Plaintiff. To. the above named defendant: You w-iil please take notice that the summons ani complaint in this action was filed in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, at the court house In the City of Deadwood, Lawrence county, S. D., on th's 29tb day of August, A. D. 1900. FOWLER ft WHITFIELD. Plaintiffs Attorneys. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To C. M. Fuller and W. A. Beaudry: You are hereby notified that 1 have expended In labor and Improvements upon the Monto Crista No. 4. Monto Crlsto No. I. Monto Crlsto No. t and Implre lodes, or I 24 YEARS IN IHt HILLS FAV1I.XJABLT MOWV aS TBS .Old King Brewer.. been a resident of CENTRAL for all these jesTs and !s still at the same old etana-Wbo? Why, - Henry Rnsenkrantx of course. CENTRAL, ..So. Oak Dr. Collier OSTEOPATH LEAD AND DEADWOOD. roadwood office at Otlltuore Hou, Moo-dy8, Wednesdays, sod Fridays. Lei d office. 41& Main Street. Tuesdays. Thursdays and 8a'turdayt. (MitrUn & Mmin. Attorneys I SHERIFF'S RALE. Stale of South Dakota. County of renoe. h. Benjamin S. Wever, I'laihtiff Lflw- South Dakota Mining Company. Ito-feiidant. Notion is hereby .given. That by 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, Bight Judicial Circuit. County of Lawrence. State of South IXakota. upon a Judgment rendered in aald Court in favor of Benjamin S. VVever and against South Dakota Mining Company on the 6th day Of June A. D. 1895, 1 have levied upon the following described real property of said defendant, to-wit: All right, title and interest defendant had on the 5th day of June, 1895, or at any time subsequent thereto in the following property situated in Lawrence county, S. D. : 20,000 Inches of the water of the main Spearflsh creek being all of the water of said creek taken from said creek at a point where a dam is constructed and at which the water is turned from said creek into the ditch and flume of the South Dakota Mining Company 2100 yards above the bridge of the Cheyenne Crossing of said Spearflsh creek; Also all tha waters of the East fork of said Spearflsh creek, being BOO inches; and all the waters of Ice Box Creek, being 250 inches, and being more fully described In additional certificate dated February 24th. 1894, and recorded in Book 94. pages 361 and 362 of the records of the Register of Deeds of Lawrence county. So. Dak ..together with afl dams, ditches and flumes lifted in connection with said water and water-rights. A part of the above described property Is the same water-rights conveyed by George E. Brettell to Wm. Bi. Cameron as trustee by deed dated November 8th. 1S93. known as the Greenback and lyead City or lycad Companv water-right on Spearflsh creek, said deed hein; recorded in Book 99. at paee fiO. of the records of the RgoUter of Deeds nf Lawrence Comity. S. D.. and which properties were .ifterwanls conveyed to Augu--fss V Tiii et al. and by tliein to the South Pakots. Mininir'Compnnv. Also the :it' r ri'r'it located lv V. II '"ameroii, trustee, on ll.iol.er :'lt. lVO. rind n-r.inli .1 Nov IV'-!. t.ike:i from Sp. arfi-h on -k ill a dam about rtf a mile below ili. Cheyenne Crossine of sai.l i reck and a' nui r; of a mile up stream from the lixv. and trestle of the It, H M R. It rr uid creek. lso the WetC'tl i'i.ie, r Claim l.N-a'e.l by Ceo K. Itreit. ll , ; al .l.un'.v :'.rd and r- otdcil ;n Hod, 91. pace of said i coords, except the pill lion thereof l,e!ow Annie Cre. i ped tjnt po-tiori of the Coblen Tlelt I'laeer Claim lo ated l v C.ortre K. Rrcfell el. a!. January 1S!C. that lies down strtatn fro-n a iioint 2ml yard- above the second bridrre up stream from the Cheyenne Crosimr on Spearflsh creek and lioln. i n said Hdnt and the head of the Crecnbatk water-right and rcc.rd.-1 in Ho .k 94. page SI, of said recor.D. And that. I shall on Saturday the 3rd day of November. A. D. l'"'. at the hour of 10 o'clock . M. of said "day. at the front door of the Court House In said Counfy and State, proceed to sell all the right, title and interest of the above namde defendant in and to the-above described property to satisfy said judgment, and costs, amounting to t$4nS!1 four bundred and eighty dollars and eighty-two cnts. together with all accruing costs of sale and interest on the same from the Mh day of June. 1895. at the rate of T yver cent per annum, at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash. rated at Deadwood. S D . October 2nd, lr,nn. MATT PLfNKETT. Sheriff of Ijiwrence County. By JAMES B. HARRIS. Deputy. Plaintiff's Attorneys. i First publication Oct. 3. 1900.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Michael McMonagle, deceased. Notice is hereby griven by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Michael McMonagle. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased to. LFAL NOTICES given that by virtue of the power cf Bale contained in said mortgage, and duly recorded, and in pursuance of the statutes in such case made and provided, the xaid mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, at public auction at the front door of the court touse in the Cily oi Deadwood, South Dakota, on tbe i.rd day of November. 19(10. at 2 o'clock In the afternoon of that day. The mortgaged premises are situated in tbe County of Law-lence. In-the State of South Dakota, and are "desciibed as follows, to-wit: IVginning at a point of the northwest 'corner of tbe property owned by one, C.oorge Staple and occupied by one, I E. Albright, for dwelling purposes, running west along the south side line df an alley south of the Black Hills fi Fort Pierre railroad track one hun-(ire'd aud three (103) feet, thence in a southerly direction along the east i-ide line of what is commonly known as the South Extension of Mul street or thp Kirk road two hundred and ten 1210) feet, thence in an easterly direction two hundred and twenty-eight (228) feet, thence in a northerly direction along the west side of properties owned by Henry A. Ran and John Staples two hundred and twelve (212) feet to place of beginning; all of which is in the southerly part ' of Lead City, and across the road and east of the public cemetery In Lead. Lawrence county, State of South Dakota. W. H. BftYAN. Mortgagee. MATT PLUNKETT, PherifT of Lawrence County, South Dakota. MOODY, KELLAH & MOODY, Attorneys for Mortgagee (First Pub. Sept. 1, 1900.) (Frawley & Laffey, Attorneys.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE BY ACTION. State of South Dakota. County of Lawrence, In Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit. , Peter A. Gushurst, plaintitff, vs. Wniam Workman, Paul Jentges, Jas. P. Hymer, Edward C. Danlelson, John Treber, William R. Dickinson and American National Bank, Defendants. Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale In the above entitled action on the 22d day of September, A. D. 1900, and an execution Issued upon said Judgment, the subscriber. Matt Plun-kett, sheriff of Lawrence county, state of South Dakota for that purpose appointed, will sell at public auction at the front door of the court house In the city of Deadwood, county of Lawrence, and state of South Dakota, on Friday, October 26th. 1900, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, the real estate and mortgaged premises situate in the county of Lawrence and state of South Dakota, and direc ted In said judgment and execution to be sold, and therein described as follows: An undivided V interest in and to the Koran lode mining claim, situated in, Green Mountain Flat and bounded on the north bv the Clinton lode, and on tlie south by the McGovern prop-erty. An undivided M Interest in and to tbe Eva. Elephant. l.!Mo Ci.-int, Last (lmnee nnd I.:.-t C'lancc Fraction I lodes, or minine; claims, situated on the wer-.t slope of Terry Peak nnd bounded on the southeast by the Yountr America Mir!ng . company's property. All of the above ties rilieil Halms situated in the Whitewood Mining District. Lawrence county, South Dakota, toc-ether with all appurtenances and improvements thereunto belonging, or so nnii h thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said judgment and costs, amounting In all to Four Hundred and Seventy-Two (472) Dollars and Seventy (70) cents, with Interest thereon from the date of said judgment, and all accruing costs of sale. Deadwood. South Dakota. Sept. 24, lpon. MATT PLUNKETT. Sheriff of Lawrence County. FRAWLEY & LAFFEY. Plaintiff's Attorneys. (Martin & NOTICE OF Mason, Attorneys.) APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. In the County Court of the County of Lawrence, State of South Dakota. In the matter of the estate of Caroline O. Robinson, deceased. Notice is hereby given R- F- Crawford has filed with the clerk of Ihls court, a petition, praying ior ijeuers of administration of the estate Caroline O. Robinson., deceased, and ! that Wednesday, the 3rd day of Oc-( tohfir, A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m. of 5a1d day, being a day of a regular term ' of this court, to-wit: of the September ! term, 1900, at the court room (the'reof, I at the court house in Deadwood , In j the said County of Lawrence, has ! been set for hearing said retitlon, , when and""where any person interest-. ' ed may appear and ihow cause why the said petition should not be granted. j Dated September 20th. A. D.. WO. 1 FRANK 3. WASH AB AUG H, Judge of the County Court. MARTIN & MASON,' Attorneys. -(First Pub. Sept. 22. 1900.) Others Pollow My Stock is Complete in ALL BRANCHES ani my PRICES are Ttio Lowest or tlae Low Try M Piaoa ,th ai Order and if not fully Satisfactory in eve- y way don't come again, N).7.c nuEi street G RE EN T h e G rocer ' . Siill The ijJ DiningCar Line. vice of this summons on you, exclu-v sive of the day of such service, and If you fail to answer this complaint within that time, the plaintiff wU nnnlv to the court for the relief de Leave Deadwood 7.45 a.m. today and you arrive Denver 11.30 tonight. , Omaha....... 6.45 tomorrow morning. Kansas City 12.35 tomorrow noon. St. Louis 6.56 tomorrow evening. Chicago..; 8.30 tomorrow evening. bTtminlng claims, situated in Ida GrarM!n- manded in the complaint Dated at Deadwood, S. D.. this 24th day of September, A. D. 1900. Plaintiff's Attorney. To the Abo-n8SeJ"DefehdantT: ; You will please take notice that the summons And complaint in this action was filed in tbe office of the clerk of the above entitled court at the court house in the City of Deadwood, Lawrence county. South Dakota, ott the 22nd day of September, A. D. 1900. WM. H. PARKER Attorney for Plaintiff. rteii-ct Pnh Sunt 9.S 1QAA V - -V Caution Notice. Notice is hereby given that cert! fkates No. 11, 12, 83. 100, 125, 86 8T; 101, 12S, US, 122. 128, 111, 116 and 129 of' the Prior Hill Mining com-: pany, were on the 22nd day of September, 1900 sold for assessment No. juhn HAK.EK, jrTesiaonu D. A. SHORT, Treasurer. " Ing district, Lawrence county. South Dakota, at least $100 per year upon each of said claims for the years 189& and 1899 of 1200 upon each of said claims, all of whloh was done for the purpose of holding the said claims, under the provisions of Section 2S24, Revised Statutes ot the United States, and acts amendatory thereto, for the period ending December 31st. 1899, and there Is due from you thereon tha sum of J132. upon each of said claims, or J533.33 in all. You are hereby notified that If within ninety da from completed publication of this notice you .fU.tcon- tribute your proportion of fucb expenditure as co-owner with the undersigned during evb of the years above mentioned, vour Interest In said claims will become the eproperety of the estubscriber', your co-owner, who has made the required expenditures as required by said Section t32. M. O ,TONN. rnrrr Tub-July 12. WOO.) exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at his residence, 21 -Burnham avenue. Dead-wood, or to David Brewn, hi? aeent of Deadwood. in the Connty of Lavcrence. S; D. Dated September 27. 1900. JAMES ATCHISON. -. Administrator of the estate of Michael McMonagle, deceased. (First Pub. Sept 20. 1900.) No Other Line f fakes as Fast Time.