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THE DAILY PIONEER-TIMES, DHADWOOD, S. L. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1900. 1406.7 ft along the presumed direction of the lode line: 730 ft southerly and 676.7 ft. northerly from center of discovery cut; containing an area of 12.692 acres. Variation at all comers 15 30' E. Total area, 24.971 acres. ink. laHnna ttlAM TO 1 TIC RTf r- held at the office of the Company in lKad-wood. South Dakota, at 1 o"clork p. January sth. MU. Thf meeting will te held for the election of five director of the company for the ensuins year and for the transaction of auch other buiiinees ojs may leirolly come tiefore it. J. (5. TAYLOR. Secretary. Omalui, Dec. 6th., 1900. Christmas Is Near. Do you realize that Christmas will soon be here, that the stocks are more complete and the selections much better now than they will be later. We are now showing a fine assortment of fancy china.from France Germany and Japan. Fine earthenware .Jardinierres, etc., from Eng- "3 ctfTY SOUTHERN RAIL-"wLpORT ARTHUR ROUTE. JLlght as the Crow Flies" be-KANSAS CITY and the GULF. daiiy train service. Shortest ttnd quickest time to Pittsburg, joplln. Mo., Ft 8mlth, Ark., Tex-. Tex., Shreveport, La., Brau-?J ' Texas, and Lake Charlea, La., SLgh Pullman 8leepera to: vJJ, and Galveston, the famous fTuAS Health Resorts; Si. I 11' lucuuuv v- corded in the office of the register of deeds erly and 1379.8 ft southwesterly from the center of the discovery shaft; and containing an area of 6.718 acres. MANNING LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1. identical with Cor. No. 1 Mahn Fraction lode, of this survey; whenoe U.5. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 57 53' 60 &., 3480.1 ft.; thence N. 20 29' E., 1447 ft; thence S. 67 10' E. 305.1 ft; thence 8. 20 27' W.. 1356 ft, to corner No. 4, identical with Cor. No. 5 Mongrel and Dhoul lode of this survey; thence 8. 23 15' W., H.T ft.; thence N. 71 60' W.. 150.1 ft; thence N. 57 10' W., 149.8 ft, to the place of beginning; claiming 1446.5 t. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 1346.5 ft. southwesterly and 100 ft northeasterly from the center of discovery shaft, and DOCTOR W. TODD, Physician and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Mill Street, LEAD, S. D Professional Call. Promptly Attended. "Office Specialties" lang and Austria. of Lawrence county, Bourn uauu, ' Book 144, p. 566, Book 144, p. 566. The adjoining claims are oo the north Placer So. 338; oo the east. Eureka lode, unsu.ireyed, on the south by Standard No 3 amd Standard Fraction lodes, anaurveyexl, and on the south west by Alton lode, eur. No. 1261. , M . Any and an persona- claiming adverj'ily bm ml nM or surfaces) tf MAY'S FURNITURE STORE. ANNUAL MEETING. The regular annua! meeting of the stockholder of the First National bank of Deadwood, for the election of a boarad of directors for the ensuing year, will be held at Its Nanking house, on Tueoeday, the 8th day of January, 19(11. at 2 o'clock p. m. d. a. Mcpherson, cashier. A Merry Christmas, The public is cordially Invited to Springs and Sulphur Springs. V -. ahnwA resort all th greund. are required te Me their adverse JfJEAp LANDS: Along the Port all at our store on Upper Main street, when In need of anything In the line of staple and fancy grocer-lea and notions. We are agents for Route in Arkansas, Texas and D,8BE,A.8" 1 SKIN AND i.lina are to oe iouna me most I p www mu ALL DISEASE8 OF MEN ANn IA mi ir li some of the largest manufacturing and whole sale houses, not only in the United States, but In the world. olatana wim tae Kegisi-L v d Office, at Rapid Ctty, & D.. during tr - f' y days' period of publication bere-c "o they will be barred by virtue of the ,. r . islons of the statutes. A. K. GARDNER. Register. It Is hereby ordered that ttue fongoang notioe be published for a period of 60 ooneecutlve days in the Ptoneer-TlmeB, .a dally newspaper pualishee at Deadwood. S D. and nearest said claims. A, K. OARDNBlt. Retotr. (First Pub. Oct 10. 1900. 8Tt1LCJue' rupture. RHEUMA- Inflictive lands In these states. lands can be secured at very derate prices, and, therefore, offer "ljt inducement to the homeseek- Annual Meeting Notice. The annual stockholders' meeting of the Garden City Mining company will be held at the office of the secretary, J. H. LeBeau, in Central City, on the Sth day of January, 1901, at 7 p. m., for the purpose of electing a board of directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may legally come before the meeting. J. B. LeBEAU, Secretary. Yours Respectfully. Tn'r,.":.. KIDNEY AND tf BELT MERCANTILE CO. --"'"'tn wUMPLAINTS. 0 in- HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS j0yTH,First and third Tuesdays of ndi month. Henry Schnitzel's assay oWce and laboratory is located In the basement of Faust's new block, Lead, and he is prepared to fill all ordess In his line. tf Apply to """"tn, 6. P T. A., Kansas City, Mo. Tuesdays and Fridays. -The Chicago and Florida Special" I have a salve that will beat the world for piles, and If you don't believe it, try it. Apply to William Tonkin, Lead, S. D. 12-5-lm PAINLESS METHOD FOR THE prr?F P,LES" P'STULA AND RECTAL DISEASES. 'Swift lofl Poison PRIMARY, SKOONDAR-i AND TEH TI AMY BTAOEb. "Venereal Diseases" In Their Most Malignant Forms. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, Unnatural Losses, Sexual Weakness and Impotency In '"Young and Middle aged Men. All Irregularities and Diseases of Women 12TH ANNUAL BALL containing an area of 9.840 acres. MONGREL AND DHOUL LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1; whence U. S. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 34' 13' 40 E. 3464.2 ft; thenoe S. 21 12 W. 374.4 ft. to Cor. No. 2, Identical with Cor. No. 3 Blunderbuss lode. Sur. No. 837; thence S. 19" 22' W., 932.6 ft.; thence N, Z" 16 W., 150 ft.; thence N. 53 30' W., 152.1 ft., to Cor. No. i. tdontieal with Cor. No. 4 Manning lode of this survey: thence N. 20" 27' E., 1356 ft; thence 8. 63" 30' E. 294.8 ft. to place of beginning: claiming 1356 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 1346 ft running southwesterly and 10 ft. running northeasterly from the center of dls-ovory shaft, and containing an area of 8.805 acres. Magnetic variation from 14" 45' E. to 15" 45' E. Total area. 64 670 acres. The locations of these mines are recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds of Iiwrence County, S. D.. In Hook 15 p. 581:: Hook 151, p. 584: Book 151, p. 683; Rook 151. p. 583; Hook 151. p. 6S2; Book 70 p. 47; Hook 151, p. 681: Book 151. p. 584; Book 70. p. 252, and Book 151, p. 581. The adjoining claims are on the north, Harrison. Sur. No. 992. Golden Wedge No. 2. Pur. No. 1396; on the cast. Hopkins. Charles Gardner, Ella. Kicking Horse Frac, Sur. No. 1268; Carrollton Sur. No. 1238; Wells Fargo No. 2, Sur. No. 946: on the south. Blundorbuss. survey No. 837; Tredwell Sur. No. 836; New York, 8ur. No. 322, and on the west by Uncls Sam, Sur. No. 285. and Harrison, Sur. No. 992. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said mines or surface ground, are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Rapid City, S. D during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statutes. A. K. OARDNER, Register. It Is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published for a period of nine consecutive weeks In the Pioneer-Times, a dally newspaper published in Deadwood, S. D., and nearest said claims. A. K. GARDNER, Register. tFirst Pub. Nov. 22, 1900.) ASSESSMENT NOTICE. The Minna Mining company, principal place of business. Deadwood, Iiawrence county. South Dakota; location of mines. Bear Butte mining district. Notice Is hereby given that at a special meeting of the board of directors of the above corporation, held at Deadwood, South Dakota, on the 19th day of N6vem-ber, 1900, an assessment. No. 17, of one mill per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable Immediately to the treasurer, John Baggaley, at his office In Deadwood, South Dakota. Any stock upon whloh this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 27th day of December. A. D. 1900, will become delinquent and will be advertised for sale, and unless payment shall have been made before, will be sold at public auction on the 17th day of January, 1901, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day to pay said delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. JOHN BAGCALBY. Secretary and Treasurer. jjllDerun I'.v up reuusyivania Lines rery TucMlay and Friday for ten seeks, commencing Tuesday, Jauu-qj J5th, 1!,(1, the first train over "Pan Handle Route" leaving Chicago at 12:00 noon of that date, ,11 Cincinnati and the Queen and Crescent Koute. Tnis service will be mperb. A solid train of the Pullman Company'" finest vestibuled dining, sleeping and observation cars (no toacnes), through In thirty-two hours ... . , ct A . . . , i ; . . T 'i : i .. JrOmUulCam lull nusuouuc, r nil ma. . I .. .1 I ( - Y please call upuu, ui auuress rar. n. . . I, A. 1 1 1 I 1 l JjeriD",. AHWiKiani oeuerai lassen- . 14C Cmith eU.lr L1!...,., f6T AgrUl. .10 H''i l II V I ( I rv n-i, DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE Chicago, ror particulars. o HOLIDAY RATES. Via Northwestern Line. Hose Company No. 2 AT THE Miners Union Opera House NEW YEAR'S EVE, DECEMBER 31. Tickets, $1.50. COMMITTEES. Executive T. M. Brownlee, J. H. Wilson, A, Patrlquin, L. Brunell and F. Heltler. Floor J. H. Wilson, James Delan-ey, John Treweek, H. Brown, William Honey. Door L.. Brunell, Charles Lashley and R. Pan coast. Reception A. Patrlquin, Fred Shackleford, N. Treweek, Sam Patricks, T. M. Brownlee, L. A, Fell, M. Knight, Charles Coolidge. William Lyons, W. E. Smead, J. Daly, R. Pan-coast, M. C. Campbell, H. Harwood, James Cuslck, William Bartolero, John Sheridan, S. R. Smith, J. Conant, G. J. Bothwell. F. B. Corum, John Treweek, A. H. Lundln, O. Cruick-shank, L. Magnussen, John Zerfing. Bate one fare round trip within a imkuat. LUNGS, LIVER, 8TOM. ACH, DYSPEPSIA AND BOWEL TROUBLES. DR. TODD'8 8UPPORTER FOR THE RADICAL CURE OF RUPTURE. NASAL CATARF.H. Consultation Free. radius or zuu nines. Dates of sale Dec. 22, 23, 24, aid Hit,, January l, iswi. . Call on V. A. Hampton, City Ticket Agent tor an particulars. (Martin IS Mason. Attys ) SUMMONS RELIEF. COMPLAINT. FILED. t State of South Dakota, County of Law-roace, ss. Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit. Rasmus Nelscn and Peter Godfrey, plaintiffs, vs. Edwin S. Thayer, Defendant. The Slate of South Dakota to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled action, which was filed In the office of the clerk of the circuit court, of the Efghth Judicial circuit, In and for the county of Lawrence and state of South Dakota, on November 27th, 1900, and to serve a copy of your answer to the eald complaint, on the subscribers, at their office In Deadwood, In said county and state, within thirty days after the seivlce; and If you fall to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded In the complaint. Iteted November 27, 1900. ' MARTIN A MASON. Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Deadwood, S. D. (First Pub. Nov. 28, 1900.) (W S. Elder. Attorney.) M. A. NO. 1261. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. U. S. Land Office, Rapid City. So., Dale, Nov. 19th. 1900. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. 8. Elder, whose postofflce address is Dead-wood, S. D. ; Frank Blackman, whose post-office' address is Rochelle. 111., and R. . mnn T..v,raA nna,tnfnce address is Key The Carbon StudiO, of Lead 0 THE HIGH PRICED PHOTOGRAPHIC 8TUDIO m OF THE BLACK HILL8. stone. 8. D., have this day filed ""-"l'.? VJ (Martin & Mason. Attorneys. M. A. NO. 1262. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. It S Land Office. Rapid City, South Dakota. Nov. 19th. 1900. NOTICE IS HEREY GIVEN. That the Golden Gate Mining and Milling Co.. a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the state of "West Vlruinla. with principal place of business and post-office address at Deadwood, Iawrencc County. South Dakota, and Matthew Oar-roll, residence and postofflce address Central' City, lAwrenre County, S. D , have this day filed their application for a patent for the Maggie Fraction, Valet Chief, Ulacktail Chief. Hlalne Fraction. Ievl P. Morton. Mills. Kgan Fraction, Mahn Fraction. Manning and Mongrel and Dhoul lode mining claims, bearing gold, with surface ground as hereinafter shown, situate! in Whltewood Mining District, Lawrence County, S. D., and designated by the field notes and official plat on file In this office as Mineral Survey No. 1439, In Township 5 N. Range 3 B , P.. H. M. Said M S. No. 1439 Is described as follows: MAGGIE FRACTION. IDE Beginning at Cor. No. 1, S. E. Cor., on line 4-1 Wells Fargo Fraction lode. Sur. No. 946: whence (T. s L. M. No. 14 bears S. 27 28' 20" E. 3060.6 ft. distant: thence W. 0.01 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 41 4.V W. 308.2 to Cor. No. 3. Identical with Cor. No. 6 Tredwell lode. Sur. 836; thence N. 84" 35' W.. 35.94 ft; thence N. 41' 58' W. 18.68 ft. to Cor. No. 5, Identical with Cor. No. 6 Blacktall Chief lode of this sur.: thence N. 8 32' 30" W. 491.4 ft: thence E. 0.02 ft.; thence S. 20 01' E.. 292 ft. to Cor. No. 8. identical with Cor. No. 1 Carrollton lode, Sur. 1238 and Cor. No. 4 Wells Fargo No. 2 lode, Sur. No, 946; thence S. 36" 22' E. 293.35 ft.; thence S. 48 42' W., 89.71 ft.: thence S. 36 17' E. , 202.5 ft. to place of beginning: claiming 819.9 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 100 ft. northerly and 719.9 ft. southerly from the center of discovery shaft; and containing an area of 1.014 acres; not Including area In conflict with Wells Fargo Fraction lode, Sur. No. 946, to-wlt, 0.004 acres, which is not claimed by these applicants. BLACKTAIL, CHIEF LODE Beginning at S. W. Cor. for Cor. No. 1; whenoe U. S. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 84 13' 40 E. 8464 2 ft. dlst.; thence N. 4 40' W., 1497.6 ft. to Cor. No. t, identical with Cor. No. 6, Valet Chief lode, of this Sur.; thence N. 70 49' E., 1M.8 ft.; thence S. 8 29' E. 765.9 ft., to Cor. No. 4. Identical wit Cor. No. 1, Klcklnx Horse Frac. lode. Sur. No. 1268: thence 8. 8 45' E.. 217.8 ft; thence 8. 8 32' 30 E. 491.6 ft.; thence B. 79 49' W.. 299 8 ft. to Cor. No. 1. the plsce of beginning; claiming 1497.6 ft along the presumed direction of the lode line: 1372.6 ft. northerly and 125 ft. southerly from the center of discovery cut, and containing an area of 8.255 acres. VALET CHIEF LODE Beginning at R E. Cor., corner No. 1. whence U. S. T. M. No. 14 beam a 34' 13' 40 E., 3464.2 ft; thence N. 63 SO' W. 294.8 ft; thence N. 13 56' W. 633.1 ft.; thence N. 1 85' E. 686 2 ft., to Cor. No. 4. Identical with Cor. No. 9, Golden Wedge No. 2 lode Sur. No. 1396: thence N. 2' 11' E , 195.4 ft: thence S. 53 30' E. , 299.8 ft.: thence S. 4" 40' E.. 1497.6 ft., to place of beginning:; claiming 1484.7 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 1344.7 ft. northerly and 149 ft. southerly from the confer of the discovery cm. and containing an area of 9.437 acres. BLAINE FRACTION LODE Beginning at Cor. No 1. on line 2-3 Valet Chief lode, of this survey; whence V. S. L. M. No. 14 heart S. 43' E.. 3743.8 ft.: thence S. 45 21' W. 0 1 ft.; thence N. 57 10' W. r,"7 6 ft ; thence N". 45 21' E 444.4 ft., to Cor. Vo 4. identical with Cor. No. 3 Valet Chief fiode, of this survey; thence S 13 H6' F. 633 ft. to place of beginning: claiming 553.8 ft. nlong the presumed direction of the lode line; K,3 8 ft. norwesterly and 400 ft. southeasterly from the center of discovery shaft; and containing an area of 2.778 res. LEVI P. MORTON I.onR Beginning at Cor. No. 1, identical with Cor. No. 1. Egan Fraction lode, and Cor No. 1 Mills lode, both of this survey, and with Cor. No. 2 Harrison lode. Sur. 992, whence U. S. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 42 41' 40" E., 4542 8 ft. distant: thence N. 45 23' 30 E. 719 ft to Cor. No. 2, Identical with Cor. No. 3 Harrison lode. Sur. 992: thence N. 1 44' E. 675.1 ft: thenoe S. 62 OS' E. 290.6 ft; thence 8. 1 35' W. 686.2 ft.: thence S. 45 21' W. 711 ft: thence N. 52 03' W. 300.1 ft to place of beginning; claiming 1394.1 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line: 180 ft southweeterlv nd 1!11 1 'Not the Cheapest, but the Best" John Jennack, The well knewa hackman whose barn Is that Imposing structure on the corner of Carney and Pine streets, is prepared to furnish the finest rigs In the city for funerals, calling parties, picnic crowds, etc. Residence 'phone, 83 Harrison. Studio In the second story, next to MonhelnPs, Main St, LEAD. For Sale. One high-pressure boiler, 60 Inches diameter by 14 feet long, complete with front smoke stack and all fittings, but little used and in first class condition. For information address Price & Baker Co., Blackhawk, or J. B. Baker, Lead, S. D. 12-11-tf ASSESSMENT NOTICE. The Trent Mining company, principal place of business Deadwood, Lawrence county. South Dakota; location of mines, Carbonate mining district Notice la hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors of the above corporation held at Deadwood, South Dakota, on the 6th day of December, 1900, an assessment, No. 6, of one and one-half (1) mills per share was levied upon the capital stock at the corporation, payable immediately to the treasurer, O. V. Pryce, at his office in Deadwood, South Dakota. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 10th day of January. A. D. 1901. will become delinquent and advertised for sale, and unless payment shall have been made before, will be sold at public auction on the Slst day of January. 1901, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day to pay said delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of piile. O. U. PRYCE. Secretary and Treasurer. $1 it 4 mi 3!i T! .1 1..! Notice. Bids will be received at the auditor's office in Deadwood, South Dakota, until 1:30 p. m., Saturday, January 5th, 1901, for the following, viz.: Bids for county printing and supplies. Bids for groceries to be delivered at poor farm. Bids for county physician . Bids for burial of paupres. All for ensuing year 1901. Blanks for same can be had on application at auditor's office. Dated this ISth day of December, 1900. W. A. ZINK, (Seal.) County Auditor. plication for a patent tor ma s, . 1108.2 and 1087.2 linear feet respectively of tie Newport, Freeport, J. C, and R. O. mines or veins, beeJnsj gold, with surface ground 300 feet In width, situated In Ida Gray Mining District, County of Lawrence, and State of South Dakota, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file Vn this office as lot number 1425, said lot No. 1426 being described as follows, to-wlt: NEWPORT LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1, a pine post scribed IN-IF-1425. Whence Cor. sections 13, 24, 18 and It, Township 6 N. between Ranges 2 and I B. B. H. M. bears 8. 68 63' W. 6162 7 ft; thence S. 23" 08' E. 339.6 to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 36" 29' E. 279.1 ft. to Cor. No. I; thence N. 67 26' E. 648.7 to Cor. No. 4.; thence N. 20" 19' E. 432.1 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence N. 23" 08' W. 51.1 ft. to Cot. No. 6; thence N. 45 54' W. 282.7 ft to Cor. No. 7; thence S. 19" 40' W. 480.3 ft. to Cor. No. 8; thence S. 67" 44' W. 60S ft. to Cor. No. 'r thence S. 36" 41' W. 169.9 ft. to Cor. No. 1; and place of, beginning: claiming 663.2 ft. Easterly and 750.0 ft. Westerly from discovery. General coilrse of the lode line being N. 36" 35' E. 224.5 ft. N. 57 35' B. 525 5 ft. to discovery: thence N. 57 35' E. 100.3 ft.: thence N. 20" 19' E. 432.1 ft. S. 55 07' 130.8 ft. FREEPORT LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence sections 13. 24, 18, and 19, T 5 N. between ranges 2 and 3 E. B. H. M. bears S. 68 53' W. 6162.7 ft.; thence N. 2.') OS' W339.2 ft. to Cor. No. 2.; thenro N. 36 35' E. 60 7 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 57" 33' E. 562 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 20 14' E. 4K2.4 ft. to Cor. No. 5; thence S. 4 57' E 299 3 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence S 23 OS' E. 8.3 ft. to Cor. No. 7; thence S. 19 40' W. 480.3 ft. to Cor. No. I; thence S 37 44' W. 603 ft. to Cor. No. 9; thence S. 36 41' W. 169.9 ft. to Cor. No. 1, and place of beginning: claiming 571.9 ft Easterly and 697 8 ft. Westerly from the discovery General course of the lode line being N. 36 3S'E. N. 57 38' E. 19 40' E. S. 68 59' E. J. C. LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence Cor. Sec. 13, 24, 18 and 19 T. 5 N. between ranges 2 and 3 E. B. H. M. bears S. 71 40' W. 6093 8 ft; thence N. 23 08' W. 77 3 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 46 48' E. 857.9 ft. to Cor. No. 3; fhence N. 57" 08' E. 281.6 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence 8. 23 0r E. 297.2 ft. to Cor. 6; thence 8 67 17' W. 283 6 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence 8. 61" tV W. 807.1 ft. to Cor. No. 1, and place of beginning, claiming 358.2 ft Easterly and 750.0 ft. Westerly from discovery. Course of lode line N. 53" 59' E. N. 57" 06' B. R. O. LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1. whence Cor. Sec. 13, 24, 18. and 19, T. i N. between ranges 2 and 3 E. B. H. bears S. 71" 40' W. 5093.8 ft.: thence S. 23 Or W. 236 7 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 66" Or E. 80S 7 ft to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 67" 17' E. 283.5 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N. 21 OS W. 300 ft. to Cor. N0.6; thence 8. 67 IT' W. 283.5 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence 8. 61" Iff W. 807.1 ft. to Cor. No. 1, and place of beginning; claiming 337.2 ft. Easterly and 750.0 ft Westerly from discovery. Course of lode line N. 60 02' B. for 760 ft.; thenoe N. 66 02' E. 53.7 ft; thence N. 57 17' B. 283.5 ft. KSSSSSSSSSSSSSSStSiSSSSSSSiSiSSS WHEN LOOKING FOR Holiday Goods FOR CHRISTMAS, Don't forget that you can find most anything you need at S. R. Smith's, as he carries useful articles, including anything in the FURNITURE line... He has a beautiful lot of FOLD ING BEDS, SIDE BOARDS, CHIF-FONNIERS, FANCY DRESSERS and DRESSING TABLES, BEAUTIFUL ROCKERS, COUCHES OF THE VERY LATEST DESIGNS, besides a complete line of CHINA and LAMP GOODS. He carries a nice line of PIANOS and ORGANS, and sells them on very easy terms, at 8 per cent interest. S. R. 5HITH, LEAD. 8SS88 88 S8S8S8$8 88?!8S58SSSS!S88 8S a ss ss a ss ss zs ss a ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss 88 ss ss 88 28 88 88 Umd Ollice at Rapid City, S. P., Nov. 20th, 1900. Notice is hereby ;iven that the following- tianiix settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of Circuit Court for Lawrence County. S. I , at Deadwood, S. D. , on De-. 27th. 1900. viz.: Edwin J. Eastwood, H. E. 504fi. for the E SE4 SE4 and KE,i SW'i Sec. 17. Tp. 5 N. K. 4 E. B. H. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Robert James, of Deadwood, S. D. Edgar Bishop, of Deadwood, S. D. Samuel Story, of Deadwood, 8. D. Charles Caoe. of Deadwood, S. D. A. K. GARDNER. Register. a s BLACK HILLS FEED & FUEL CO., (Formerly Paul Rewman.) All kinds of Coal and Wood. Agency for Sheridan Ooal. Office at Nathan Colman's. Telephone order given prompt attention. Walter Simpson, Manager. IFinrt Pub. Nov. 22, 1900.) THE SINGER ALWAYS BEST AND UP TO DATE. See the VIBRATOR In Drop Head and elegant embossed woodwork. Or the Central Bobbin, the dressmaker's faorite. BEST MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES AND ATTACHMENTS MACHINES REPAIRED No. 26 Lee St A. N. PARKS Mgr. ntm? OMFORTABLE, SELF-ADJUSTABLE. ANATOMICAL f p-Cl age; GUARD J ft. northeasterly from center of discovery cut: and containing an arve of 8 554 acres. MTLLS LODE Beginning at.Cor. No. 1, N. E. Cor.. Identical with Cor.'No. 2 Harrison lode, Sur. No. 992: whence V. S. L. M. No. 14 bears 8. 42 41' 40 E. 4642.8 ft : thence S. 10 06' E. 660 ft; thence P. 1 IS' 30 E.. 849.7 ft: thence N. 56 27' W. 294.5 ft.; thence N. 5 IS' SO W. 1498 4 ft. to Cor. No. 6, Identical with Cor. No 1 Harrison lode, Sur. No. 892; thence S. 56 27' B. 24)9. ft. to place of beginning: claiming 14M.4 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line! 25 ft. northerly and 1473.4 ft. southerly from center of dls-coery shaft; and containing an area of 6 481 acres. Not including area in conflict wltht Uncle Sam lode, Snr. No. 285. 2.464 acres not claimed. , EGAN FRACTION LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1, Identical with Cor. No. 1 Levi P. Morton lode na Oor. No. 1 Mills lode, both of this Sur.. and with Cor. No. 2 Harrison lode. Sur. No. 992; whence U. S. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 42 41' 40 K. n42 8 ft. distant; thence S. 62 03' E. 300.1 ft: thence S. 4 34' 30 W. 1309.1 ft: thence N. 52 03' W. 0.1 ft. to Cor. No. 4. lden-'i I with Cor. No. 3 Mills lode of this nrvey: thence N. 1 13' 30 W. 849.7 ft: thence N. 10 06' W.. 650 ft. to place of berlnnlng; claiming 1401.5 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; M1.5 AREA. 8.833 acres 7.930 acres 5.347 acres 6.876 acres Newport Ide . Freeport Lode. J. C. Lode R. G. Lode LEGAL NOTICES Total Area 28.986 (Martin & Mason, Attomys.) M. A. NO. IK. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. United States Land Office, Rapid City, South Dakota, October 30, 1900. NOTICE "13 HEREBY GIVEN: That the Rookery Gold Mining Co., a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the state of South Dakota, with postofflce address. Rookery Building. Chicago III., has this day Died Its application for a patent for the "Chipmunk" and "Oilman" lode mining claims, bearing gold, with surface ground as hereinafter shown, situated in Bear Butte Mining District, LawTenoe County, S. D., and designated by the field notes and official plat oo file in this office as Mineral Survey No. 1462. in Sections 30 and II, Township 6. N. Range 4 Fl B. H. M. Said M. 8. 1462 being described as follows: CHIPMUNK LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1. whenoe the corner of sections 15-36 and 30-31 T. 5 N. Rg. 1-4 R. B. H. M., bears S. 77 57' 50 W. 1733.4 ft: thence S. 74 25' W. 462 ft; thence 8. 2 19' W. 614.8 ft.; thence S. 6 04' E. 710.7 ft; thenc N. 74 25' E. 429 ft to Cor. No. 6 Identical with Cor. No. 3 Gllman lode of this sur.; thence N. 00 48' W. 1330.2 ft. ft. to place of beginning; claiming 1330.2 ft along the presumed direction of the of the vein: 613.2 ft northerly and 717 ft. southerly from center of discovery cut; and containing an area of 12.179 acres Area in conflict with Zink lode (0.001 acres) not claimed; area In conflict wl'h Altona lode (1.604 acrs) not claimed; area in i ontllct with Old Republican lode (0.03.1 ai re) not claimed, and area in conflict with Macer 328 (.136 acres) claimed. GILMAN LODE Beginning at Oor. No. 1; whence the cornerf suctions 25-36 and 30-31 T. 5 N.. R.3-4, E. B. H. M bears S. 75' 02' r,0 W. 199.7 ft; thence 8 47 26' W. 190 2 ft: thence 8 00 48 E., 1330.2 ft to Cor. No. 3. Identical wltk Oor. No. 5 Chipmunk lode, of this ur thence S. 72 54' E. 428.0 ft; thence N. I W W.. 1408.7 ft; tihenoa S. 71 W W 246.1 ft to place of beginning; elalmlok f- If.: to.- ?..I-,K.Vi3.. .: :v ; - f i- f ' '4- ,w tPr- t - ' ,i a ii i il - . The location of these mines are recorded in the Recorder's office of Lawrence County in Books 124 and 120 pages 001 and 23 of Quarts Locations. The adjoining claimants are: On the east Sun No. 1409. St. Clair; on the South, unknown; west, unknown, and north, unknown. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said' Newport. Freeport, J. C. and R. G. mines or surface ground, are required to file'thclr adverse claims with the Register of t- United States Land 1 7 NOTICE There will be on hand January 1st, 1901, 14.780.00 permanent school fund to loan upon Rood improved farm lands and school bonda. U-27-6W W. A. ZINK, County Auditor. NOTICE. Notion is hrcfiy piven that the anrn il mi'etinK of tlio stockholders of tbe D id-wood Street I!:iilroad company will be V- 11 at the office of the Dra.lwx,! Cetitrtl K rond romni'iy in I oadwond. South i'l-Kota, at 1 uV'lock p. m . Jn-iiiarv &th, 1 i. The tiwtim.- -H1 If held for the eiei .-in of five dir.ci.irs of the ronoany for "he enduing- ye.ir. and for the transaction "f such other business as may legally come before It. ' J- (" TAYLOR. Secretary. Omaha, rer. 6th, l:iOO. v ft. northerly and 740 ft. southerly from center of discovery shaft, and containing an area of 2.7S8 acres. MAHN FRACTION LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1. Identical with Cor. No. 1, Man-n-tnglodeof thlssurvev: whence V. S. L. M. No. 14 bears N. 67 63' 50 E. S4S0.1 ft dlst; thence N. 57 10' W., 0.1 ft; thence N. 4 34 30 E. 1309.1 ft, to corner No. I. Identical with Cor. No. I, Egan Fraction lode, and Cor. No. 6, Levi P. Morton lode, both of this Sur.; thenoe N. 45 XI' E., 166.7 ft: thence & 67 1C E-. 251.1 ft; thenoe 8. 20 tr W.. 1447 ft. to plaee of beginning; claiming 1499.1 ft along the presumed 1-rectioa of Us Ms Use; 1M ft nortlMaat- . - : -j - f ... t.v . Office at Rapid ntv. In the County ef Pennington. S. D.. during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by the virtue to the provisioas of the Statute. A. K. GARDNER, Register. It is hereby ordered, that the following Notice of Application for Patent be published for the period of 60 days (nine eoa- -secutive weeks), In the Pioneer-Times, a ally newspaper published at Deadwoest 8. D. A. K. GARDNER. RegWssf. First rabUoatJon Nor. SL t USH K. MORTON M. D. -4' -' -L- .-j.yui. , ?v Vi- j i"- U "UN Aecwtely TltM NOSE AND THROAT. ln and ' South Dakota. PK,tJTlina Diseases Treated. Hear 8 10 a. m. to If m. ACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, p. m. to 4 p. m. Dlckenioa'i Drag Bter U 7 p. m. to I p. NOTICE. Notice ia hereby tfveti that the annual metiiuc at the stockholders of the Dead-wood Central Railroad Compear will be

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