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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1900. THE DAILY PIONEEK-TIMES, DHADWOOD, 8. L. ADDITIONAL BELT. mth Womeldorf will hold services court for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated November 27. 1900. MARTIN & MASON, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Deadwood, S. D. (First Pub. Nov. 28, 1900.) for the ensuing year, will be held at the company's office, No 104 Sherman street, Deadwood, S. D., on January 9th, 1901, at 8 o'clock p. m. C. H. KRAUSE, Sec. Its usual toaay ai ine napiisi cnurcn in Lead. The Salvation Army people served n oyster supper at their barracks in Lead last evening. erly tmd 1371 8 ft southwesterly from tke enbar of the discovery shaft; fcad OBtaUB-Ing an area of 6.711 acres. MANNINO LODE Beginning M Cer. No. 1. identical with Cor. No. 1 Massa Fraction lode, of this survey; wtaefM 0.. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 67 63' M" -. J480.1 ft.: thence N. 29' B- 1447 ft; thence S. 57 10' E. 305. 1 ft; thence S. Jt 37' W.. 1356 ft, to corner No. 4, ldentlesJ with Cor. No. 5 Mongrel and Dhoul lode of this survey; thence S. 23" IB' W.. ILT ft.; thence N. 71 50' W., 15.l tt. ; thence N. 57 10' W.. 149.8 ft. te the place o le-ginnlng; claiming 1446.6 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 134. i ft. southwesterly and 109 ft. northeasterly from the center of discovery shaft, an NOTICE There will be on hand Jan-anr lot iQftl 1 7RO 00 nerrnanent school DOCTOR W. TODD. Physician and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Mill Street, LEAD, S. D Professional Calls Promptly Attended. fund to' loan ' upon good improved farm ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Tke Trent Mining company, principal place of business Deadwood, Iawrence county. South Dakota; location of mines, Carbonate mining district Notice Is 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. 5, of one and one-half OH) mills per share was levied upon the cap lands and scuool Donas. 11-27-6W W. A. ZINK. County Auditor. come. Ladies are especially invited to be present. We are told the trade is keeping up surprisingly well. The private sales thruout every department are turning out lots of goods every day. The people seem to appreciate the closing out sale more as time goes on. Next week they are going to slash the prices still deeper on all millinery, suits, jackets and capes; also all the children's wear. Mr. Monheim says that all must be sold at some price, within the next ten days. The 6-months'-oId baby of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffith of Terry, died last Friday morning very suddenly. The baby had appeared to be in good health during the night and at 5 o'clock in the morning the mother was up and the baby then appeared to be all right. Mrs. Griffith laid . down again and awoke at 7 o'clock, finding Ben Skiles, who baa been at Butt Hont, (or a month past, is back in Lead and will probably remain. C. E. Croffut left on yesterday's train for Montgomery, Ala. He has been in the employ of the Homestake. Presbyterian church service: Text ital slocK or tne corporation, puynuiu immediately to the treasurer. O. V. Pryce, at his office In Deadwood. South Dakota. Anw atrwW nnnn which thin SSSeSSTTient 99 'Office Specialties NOTICE. Nottre Is hereby Riven that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Dead-wood Street Railroad company will be held at the office of the Deadwood Central Railroad company, in Deadwood, South Da; kota, at 1 o'clock p. ni., January 8th, 1901. The meeting will be held for the election of five directors of the company for the ensuina year, and for the transaction of such oiher business ag may legally come before it. J. !. TAYLOR. Secretary. Omaha, Dec. 6th. 1900. rhall remain unpaid oa the 10th day of , a Ti mm nUl hecome delln- containing an area of " Ml acres. MONGREL AND DHOUL LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1; whence U. S. L. M. No. 14 bears S. 34 13' 40" K. 3464.3 ft; thenoe S. 21 12' W. 374.4 ft. to Cor. Ne. 1, identical with Cor. No. 3 Blunderbuss lode. Sur. No. 837; thence S. 19 22' W 32. ft ; thence N. 73 TO'-.W., 150 ft; thence N. 53 30' W., 152 1 ft., to Cor. No. I. identical with Cor. No. 4 Manning lode of this survey; thence N. 20 27' E., ISM . nnuaij. n. l'. .... quent and advertised for sale, and unless for morning sermon, "That Which Hath Been Is Now." Evening, "A j,ew Year's Sermon." All are welcome. Dr. Hibbard of Speacflsb. who has been assisting Dr. Judd in Lead dur payment shall have Deen m'"'"; r ..Mi ...riinn rw the 31st day De soiu wuiMi. , ., of January, 1WU. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day to pay Bala delinquent miuii, gether with costs of advertising and ex ing the latter's illness, returned home yesterday, as Dr. Judd is again able to attend to his practice. Edward Lynch, daughter and lady rripnd. Miss Daly, were iu Lead vis Moody. Kellar and Moody. Attys SHERIFF'S SALE. Slate of isoulh Dakota. County of Law RS. rem e, penses of sale. O. U. PRYCE. Secre-tajy and Treasurer. (Martin t Mason, Attorneys. M. A. NO. 1262. APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. U. S. Land Office, Rapid City, South Dakota. Nov. llllh, 190". NOTICE IS HEHEY OIVEN, That the Golden Gate Mining and Milling Co., a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the state of West Virginia, with principal plare of business and post-office address at Deadwood, Ijawrenee countv. South Dakota, and Matthew Oar- DISEAo OF THE 8KIN AND BL( . ND ALL DISEASES ( IfcN AND WOMEN. STRICTURE, RUPTURE, RHEUMATISM, GRAVfcL, KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS. PAINLESS METHOD FOR THE CURE OF PILES,, FISTULA AND RECTAL DISEASES. li fm Poison PRIMARY, BBOONDAR-i AND TEH TIAKY STAOEW. "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 the little one dead In its bed. Death had probably come from heart failure. The funeral will take place today at 2 o'clock from the residence and interment will take place at Terry. 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, 8. D. 12-5-lm o 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 iting and enjoying a little of metropolitan life. Mr. Lynch in theafter-noon went out to Annie creek to look after some mining interests. Christ Church Morning prayer and holy communion, 9 a. m.; Sunday icuool, 3 p. m.; choral evensong, 7:45 p. ni. Sermon, "The Old Year and the flew." Offertory anthem, "Behold, I Bring You Good Tidings," D. Buck, by choir. Miss Livingstone of the Lloyd & Gay company will sing in both Deadwood and Lead. At the Lead Methodist church the pastor will preach upon the theme, "The Prominent Features of the XIX Century." Choice music by members ft; thence S. 53 30' E. 294.8 ft. to plaaa of beginning; claiming 1356 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 134 ft. running southwesterly and 10 ft. running northeasterly from the center of dls-overy shaft, and containing an area of 8.805 acres. Magnetic variation from 14 45' E. to 16 45' K. Total area, 64.670 acres. The locations of these mines are recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds of Ijawrenee County, S. I)., in Book 15 p. 582; Hook 151, p. 584: Book 151, p. 683; Book 151, p. 583; Book 151. p. 582; Book 70 p. 47; Hook 151, p. 581; Book 151, p. 684; Book 70. p. 252. and Rook 151, p. 581. The adjoining claims are on the north, Harrison, Sur. No. 992, Colden Wedge Mo. 2, Sur. No. 1396; on the east. Hopkins, Charles Gardner. Ella, Kicking Horss Frae.. Sur. No. 1268; Carrollton Sur. No. 1238; Wells Fargo No. 2, Sur. No. 946: on the south. Blunderbuss, survey No. 837; Tredwell Sur. No. 836; New York, Sur. No. 322. and on the west by Uncle 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 Ijind Office at Rapid City, 8. D.. during the Blxty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statutes. A. K. GARDNER. Register. It Is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published for a period of nine consecutive weeks In th Pioneer-Times, a daily newspaper published in Deadwood, S. D., and nearest said claims. A. K. GARDNER, Register. IFIrst Pub. Nov. 22, 1900.) American National Bank, a corporation. plaintiff, vv The Hardin Mining and Manufacturing Company, a corporation, defendant. Notice is hereby giveai. that by virtue of an execution U me directed and delivered and now In my hands, issued out of the Clerk's office r the Circuit Court, Eight Judicial Circuit. County of Uiw-n nee. St. tie of South Dakota, uimhi .1 judgment romb red in said Court In favor of the American National Hank, a corporation, and against the Hardin Mining ami Manufacturing Co . a eorKM-at ion. on the Mh ilny of September. A. I). 19110, I have levied upon the following described re.U property of said defendaut, to-wil: The Empire. 1'laindealer, Acme. Moul-ton. Helena. Frecmont, H & M , Calender, Keystone, Paxton, Arvade, Oxide. Elgin and Alix lodin ami mining claims. Also all mining machinery, piping, tools, etc ., lumber and other material, situated on said claims. And that I shall on Monday, the 4lh day of February, A. I. 1901. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of tiaid day. at the front dxr of the court house in said County and State, proceed to sell all the right, title anil interest of the uKuc named Hardin Mining iind Manufacturing Company in and to the alsne di-scribi-d property to satisfy said judgment, and costs, amounting to nine hundred and seventy-one (971) dollars and ten I lo) cents, towel her with all accruing costs of sale and interest on tthe same from I he Mh day of September. 1900. al the rate of 7 per cent per annum, at Public An lion to the highest bidder for cash. MOODY. KELLAR & MOODY, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Haled. Dead wood. S. I).. Dec. 29. 1900. MATT PLUNKETT. Sheriff of liwrence County. By JAMES H. HARRIS. Deputy. First i-ubJicution Deo. 30. 1900. of the choir. In the evening Dr. Ma- boud will preach a esrmon with its lessons for all and especially for voung men. The theme will be "The Special Sale. This week all hats and bonnets worth up to $12.00, your choice $3.00. Every suit for $2 lesss than cost. Saturday, December 29 From 9 to 10 a. m., and 3 to 4 p. m., the vt and 8-4 bleached sheeting, best quality, 14 and 16 cents, at the Monheim Closing Out Sale. 6t Story of the Successful Career of the Late Cushman K. Davis, Senator From Minnesota." This will be supplem ented by the true story of the success of ono Peter Yabsley, the most selfish man who ever lived. Special mil- DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE THROAT. LUNGS, LIVER, STOMACH, DYSPEPSIA AND BOWEL TROUBLES. DR. TODD'8 SUPPORTER FOR THE RADICAL CURE OF RUPTURE. NASAL CATARF.H. Consultation Free. sic at evening service. The new auctioneer at. Henry Mou- Notice. Dr. A. H. Bowman has moved his office Into the Adams block, rooms No. 210 and 211. tf heim's is proving to be a winner. Go and hear him. He will make you wel w m The Carbon; StudlO, of Lead! THE HIGH PRICED PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO OF THE BLACK HILLS. 0 'Not the Cheapest, but the Best." e Studio in the second story, next to Alonheim's, Main St., LEAD. (Steele & Dwlnnell. Atty's. NOTICE OK SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT In the County Court of the County of Lawrence, state of South Dakota. In the matter, of the estate of George C.issels, deceased. Notice of settlement of final account Mid distribution. Notice is hereby given that William Silble the administrator of the estate of lcorge 'asels. deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement, and filed in said C'.u; t. his final account of his admin-Llralicu and petition for distritulion of sai.l estate; anil that Saturday, the 12tli !:' y of January. A. D. 1901. being a day ef a icrm of said Court, to-wit: of the January term, A. I.. P.ioi, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the court room of said Court at the City of DcadvvoiHl in said Ijawrenee. County, ha:i been duly nupointctl by the said Court, for s.lllcnieiit of said final account and distribution, at which time and plaeo any person interested in said estale may appear and file his exceptions in wtiting to the. said aitount and distribution and contest the same. FRANK J. WASH A BAIT OH, County Judge. Dated, Deadwood, December 26th, 1900. (First publication Dec. 27, 1900.) roll, residence end postofflce address Central City, lawrence County, S. D., have this day filed their application for a patent for the Maggie Fraction, Valot Chief. Rlacktall Chief. Plalne Fraction, Ivl P. Morton. Mills, Egan Fraction, Mahn Fraction. Manning and Mongrel and Dhoul lode mining claims, bearing gold, with surface ground as hereinafter shown, situated 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 E.. R. II. M. Said M. S. No. 1439 Is described as follows: M C,C, IB FRACTION LODE Beginning nl Cor. No. 1. S. E. Cor., on line 4-1 Wells Fargo Fraction lode. Sur. No. 946; whence V S. L. M. No. 14 bears 8. 27 28' 20 E. ft. distant: thence W. 0.01 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 41 45' 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 KK' W. IS 68 ft. to Cor. No. 5. Identical with Cor. No. 6 Blarktall 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, Stir. No. 946; thPnce S. 36' 22' E. 293.35 ft.; thence R. 48 42' W., 89.71 ft.: thence S. 36 17' R, 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 renter 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 no elatmed by these applicants. RLACKTAIL CHIEF LODE Beginning at S. W. Cor. for Cor. No. 1; whence IT. S. L. M. No. 14 hears S. 34 13' 40- E. 3464.2 ft. dlst.; thence N. 4" 40' V., 1197 6 ft. to Cor. No. 2. Identical with Cor. No. 6, Valet Chief lode, of this Sur.: thence N. 70 49' R.. 196 8 ft.; thence S S 2!.' R. 7C',.9 ft . to Cor. No. 4. Identical with Cor. No. 1. Kieklncr Horse Frae. lode, Sur. No. 126t: thence S. 8 45' E.. 217 8 ft.; thence R. 8 32' 30 E. 491.5 ft.; thence R. 70 IT V ?'ci y ft. (,, for "n I. I I.e. ,:"'' of beginning; clnlmlnir 1197.6 ft. along the presumed dlrertlon of the lode line; 1ir'fi ft. northerly and 125 ft. southerlv from the center of discovery cut, and con'nin-ln an area of 8.255 acres. VW.ET CHIEF LODE Reglnnlng lit R. E. Cor., corner No. 1, whence U. R. 7j. 7t. No. 14 bears S. 34 13' 40 E., 3464.2 f(.; thence N. 53" 30' W. 294.8 ft.: thence N 13 56' W. 633.1 ft.; thence N. 1 35' 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 140 ft. southerly from the center of the discovery cut. and containing an area of 9 437 ncres. BL.MNR FRXPTION LODE-Beglnnlne at Cor. No 1. on line 2-3 Valet Chief lode, of this survey; whence II. S. L M No 14 hears S. 35 43' E.. 3743 8 ft.: thence S. 45 21' W. 0.1 ft.; thence N. 57 10' W. 557.6 ft-: thence N. 45 21' E. 444.4 ft., to Cor. No 4. Identical with Cor. No. 3 Valet Chief Ixxle, of this survey: thence S. 13 56' E. 633 ft. to place of beginning; elnlm-Ing 553 8 ft. along the presumed direction of the lode line; 153 8 ft. norwesterly and 400 ft. southeasterly from the center of discovery shaft: and containing an area Hg2 778 acres, "XEVI p? MORTON LObE-BegTnn'jng 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; thenee N. 45" 23' 30 E 719 ft to Cor. No. 2. Identical with Cor. No. it Harrison lode, Sur. 992: thence N. 1 44' E. 675.1 ft.: thence R. 52 03' E. 290 6 ft thence s. T 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. southwesterly and 1214 1 ft northeasterly from center of discovery cet: snd containing an aron of 8 554 ncres MILKS LODE Reglnnlng at Cor. No. y V E. Cor.. Identical with Cor. No 2 Harrison lode. Pur. N'o. 992: wh.-nce IT S L. M No. 11 benrs S. 42 11' 40" R. 4512 8 ft : "I H l 12TH ANNUAL BALL . 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. Patriquin. L. Brunell and F. Hc-itler. Floor J. II. Wiison, james Delan-ey, John Treweek, H. Brown, William Honey. Door L. Brunell, Charles Lashley and H. Pancoast. Reception A. Patriquin, 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. Harwoed, James Cuslck, William Bartolero, John Sheridan, S. K. Smith, J. Conant, G. J. Bothwell, F. B. Corum, John Treweek, A. H. Lundin, O. Cruiek-shank, L. Magnussen, John Zerflng. A Merry Christmas. The public Is cordially invited to call at our store on Upper Main strevt. wb' n In need of anything In the line or staple and fancy groceries and notions. We are agents for gome of the largest manufacturing and whole sale houses, not only In the United States, but in the world. Yours Respectfully, tf ' BELT MERCANTILE CO. WHEN LOOKING FOR Holiday Goods NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the annual meting of the stockholders of the Dead-wood Central Railroad Company will he held at the office of the Company in Dead-wood. South Dakota, at 1 o'clock p. m.. January hth, 1901. The meeting will be held for tho election of Ilvo directors of (W. 8. Klder, Attorney.) M. A. NO. 1261. APPLICATION FOR A PATBNT. V. S. Land Office, Rapid City, So.. Dak., Nov. 19th. 1900. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. B. Elder, whose posofn address is Dead-wood. S. D.: Frank Blackman, whose postofflce' address is Roehelle, 111., and R. Plnney, whose postofflce address is Keystone, R. D., have this day filed their ftP-plicatlon for a patent for 1413.2, 1269.7. 1108 2 and 1087.2 linear feet respectively of the Newport. Freeport. J. C, andj O. mines or veins, beaing gold, will-ground 300 feet In width, s' Grav Mining District. Ccyi and Slate of South Da' ed by the field notes n In tills office as lot ' No. 1 125 being de NEVPOUT No. 1. p, , tie post scniiri nr-. Whence, or. sections 13. 24. IS and 19, Tow n-4 p 5 N. between Ranges 2 and 3 B. B. V. M. bears S. f.S 53' W. 6162.7 ft.; ti ce S. 23 OS' R. 339 6 to Cor. No. 2' -nee N. 36 29' E. 279.1 ft. to Cor. No. 3: ' nence N. 57 26' E. 618.7 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 Cor. No. 6; thence N. 45 54' W. 22 7 ft to Cor. No. 7; thence S. 19 40' W. 480,3 ft. to Cor. No. 8; thence S. 67 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 663.2 ft. Easterly and 750.0 ft. Westerly from discovery. iGeneral course of the lode lln being N. 36 35' E. 224.5 ft. N. 57 35' B. 52-5.5 ft. to discovery: thence N. 57 35' E. ins. 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 R. B. H. M. bears S. 6S 53' W. 61G2.7 ft.; thenc N. 23 08' W. 339.2 ft. to Cor. No. 2.; thence 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' K. 482 4 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence S. 48 57' K. 299 3 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence S 23'' 08' R. 8 3 ft. to Cor. No. 7; thence S. 19" 40' W. 480 3 ft. to Cor. No. t; thence S. 37 44' W. 603 ft. to Cor. No. ; thejice S. 36 41' W. 169.9 ft. to Cor. No.'l. and place of beginning: claiming 571.9 ft. Easterly and 697.8 ft Westerly from ths tliseovery. General " course nt The lode ' line being N. 36 38' E. N. 57 38' E. 19 40' E. S. 68 59' R. J. C. LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence C,rr. Sec. 13. 24, 18 and 19 T. 5 N. between tanges 2 and 3 E. B. II. M. bears) S. 71 40' W. 5093 8 ft: thence N. 23" OS' W. 77.3 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence N. 46 48' R. 857.9 ft. to Cor. No. 3: thence N. 67 Oft" R. 281 5 ft to Cor. No. 4; thence S. 23 OS' E. 297.2 ft. to Cor. 5; thence S. 67" 17' W. 283.5 ft to Cor. No. 6; thence S. 61 32" W. 807.1 ft. to Cor. No. 1. and place of beginning, claiming 358.2 ft. Easterly anil 750 0 ft Westerly from dlscoverv. Course of lode line N. 53 59' E. N. 57 06' E. K. O. LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1. whence Cor. Sec. 13. 24. 18. and 19. T. i N. between ranges 2 and 3 E. II. H. bears R. 71 40' W. 5U13 S ft : thence S. 23 08' W. 236 7 ft. to Cnr. No 2; thence N. 66 02' R. "3.7 ft. to Cnr. No. 3; thence N. 57 17' E. 23.5 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N..23" 08' W. 300 ft. to Cor. No.5; thence S 57 17' W. 2v3 5 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence S. 61 33 W. 807.1 ft. to Cor. Nn 1. and place of beginning; claiming 337.2 ft. Easterly and TS'i 0 ft Westerly from discovery. Course the company for the ensuing year and for SS ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss 83- ss ss ss ss ss ss ss S3 S3 ss S3 88 ss ss ss ss ss ss ss 3 ss ss ss ss S3 ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss the transaction of such other business as may legally come before it. J. C. TAYLOR, Secretary... Omaha, Dec. 6th., 1900. Annual Meeting Notice. The annual stockholders' meeting of the Garden City Mining company will be- 4iel at the- f ftee- of the- c.Fe-tary, J. B. LeBeau, in Central City, on the 8th 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. 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. sriim LEAD. KSSSSS8SS8SK2K?SS2!3S?S88 Annual Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bank of Deadwood for the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year will be he:d at its banking house on Tuesday the 8th day of January, 1901, at 2 o'clock p. m. D. A. McPHERSON, Cashier. 4 ASSESSMENT NOTICE. The Minna Mining company, principal place of business, Deadwood, Lawrence county. South Hakota; location of mines. Bear Hutto mining district. Notice Is hereby given that at a special meeting of the lioard of directors of the above corporation, held at Deadwood South Dakota, on the l!uh day of November, 1000, an assessment. No. 17. of one mill per share was levieil upon the rapit it Rtock of tho corporation, payable Immediately to the treasurer, John Baggnley. at his ofTlce In Deadwood. South Dakota'.' Auy stock upon which this lussesKmct shall remain unpaid on the L'Tth d:iv nr ie-ccriber. A. 1). I Sim. will become rte'llnoue-. i and will te advertised for sale, and utile s payment shall have been made before, v i be sold at public auction on tti i?ii! , ,-.,. s. 10 0' r. 6-.0 ft.; thence R ' 1 13' 30 K.. 849 7 ft.: thence N 56 27' W. j 2"! 5 ft.; thence N. 5 13' 30 W. 1498,4 ft. I ' '' ir No. 5. Identical with Cur. No 1 l"T''.in lode. Stir. No. 9'12; thence R. 56 :"' 299 6 ft. to place of beginning: 1 'icing tl'H) ft. nb'nir the presumed dl-rei-i,,n rf thn Icxle line' 25 ft. northerly J. P. HYMER, Olympic Block, Deadwood, S. D. COLLECTIONS NOTARY PUBLIC. Collections in all parts of the Black Hills or anywhere in the United States Investments and proper of Non-Residents carefully attended to. FIDELITY BONDS. Both t-:l( phones in office and Ilarrl-oti 'phone in residence. Notice. Bid3 will be received at tho auditor's office In Deadwood. South Dakota. i ntil 1:30 p. m., Saturday, January 6th, 1901, for the following, viz.: COMFORTABLE, ANATOMICAL PTJ? '" r .fv : ' 1C' PVtr-QLASS GUARD.!.' - --.JTf.' -0Vt All' SELF-ADJUSTABLE of lode line V 6(1" 02' K. for 750 ft ; thenrs. B ' i i and 1173 1 ft. southerly from center "f dl cri.-ift; and containing nn area of N. 6i;Jij' K. 53.7 rt; thence N. 57 17' E. 283..' jt AREA. Newport Txide... of January. 1W1, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said dav to pay said delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. ' JOHN BAfjrjALEY, Secretary and Treasurer. . . 8 833 acres . . 7.920 acres . . 5.347 acres . . 6.876 acres A .Freeport Lode.... J. C. Ixle... It. O. Lode 4 t4 1 aeres. .Aor. including nrea In enn-Hct vltht I'ncle Sam lode. Sur. No. 2S5, 2.'- I acres not claimed. P'isN FR ACTION LOnE Beginning nt for. No. 1. Identical with Cor. No. 1 Ivl P. Morton lode and Cor. No: 1 Mills lode, both of thl Sur.. and with Cor. No. 2 Harrison lodp. Sur. No. 992: whence V. R. L. M No. 14 bears S. 42 41' 40 v. t"42 8 't distant: thenee S. 52 03' E 300 1 ft: thence S. 4" 34' 30" W. 1309.1 ft; thenci Bids for county printing and sup Total Area 28 986 11 (Martin A Mason, Attvs.) SUMMONS RELIEF. COMPLAINT FILED. i State of South Dakota, County of Lawrence, Kg. Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit. Rasmus Nelscn and Peter Godfrey, plaintiffs, vs. Edwin S. Thaver TWontiint 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 adjoin-Ing 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 sold Newport. Freeport J. C. and R. G. mines or surface ground, are, required to Hie their adverse claims with the Register or the"Unlted States Land Office at Rpl()...C!ty. In the Countv of plies. Bids for groceries to be delivered at poor farm. Bids for county physician . Bids for burial of pauprea. All for ensuing year 1901. Blanks for same can be had on application at auditor's office. Dated thi3 18th day of December, 1900. W. A. ZINK. ' (Seal.) County Auditor. t-- im- v. t.l rt. to Cor. No. 4. Iden-" -1 with Cor. No. S Mills lode of this .irvcv; thence V. 1" 13' 30 W. 849 7 ft: hence N. in 05' W., 650 ft. to place of bee-Inning; rlnlmfng 1401 5 ft. alons; Jhe presumed direction of the lode line: 661 5 ft northerly and 740 rt southerly from center of dl-covery shaft, and contalnlm 7 The State of South Dakota to the above sW Damei aerendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer thn romhlnlnt nf th nTaintift' in the above entitled action.. .which was Ble.l in me omce ot the clerk of the circuit churl. Jot thn Klehth .Inrllrlnl I. and for the Cairn tr of Tjiwr.nv. .',., Pennington, rt. D.. during ths a!ty days" period of publication hereof, or they will be barred . by the virtue to ths provUioaa of the Statute. a. K. Gardner! Register. It It hereby ordered, that ths tollowlnf Notice of Application for Patent be published for the period of W) days (else eosi- LEGAL NOTICES JSUSH. K. MORTOrM. D. of South Dakota, on November 27th, 1900, an nrea ef 2788 acres.. SM A HN FR ACTTorsI tftpi-beginning at Cor No. 1. Identical with Cor. No. 1, Man-nlnglodeof thlssurvev: whence If. S L M No 14 hef N. R7 H't0" R. S480.lft. rltsl; Mience N. R7- 10' W., 0 1 ft; thenee.N. 4 34' 30 R. 1-09.1 ft, to romer No. . Men-tlmr with Cor. No. t. Egwn Fraction lode, snd Cor. No. . Lr1 p. Morton lode, both of this Pur.; ttaenc N. tV B., IM.t ft : thenee H. ST 10 B t'I. a: thenes B. W- W.. 1447 ft., to plar of beginning; claiming 1499 1 ft. along the presumed n-rvcUoo of tt od Mm; 130 ft unrlTiMit iNOslAND THROAT. Flttetl OImms Aecmtety " srve a copy of your anawer to the said complaint, on the subscribers, at their nfflpA In ffMilviwI In aal1 Muni. ttr-DakoU. secutlvw weeks). In the Pioneer-Times, a All CmUrrnrtl DiseMet Ti'Sttea.X m to U si. and state, within thirty day's after the ally, aewspaper pabUsnw4 at Notice of Annual Meeting. An annual meeting of the stockholders of the Fish-Hunter Co.. for toe election of a board of directors LIMITED TO EYEi BAR, , in to 4 p. Ba hi . m mm. service : toil u you rail to answer the said complaint ' within the tins aforesaid, the plaintiff In tils action wUl apply to the 8. n. S A. K. OARDNsTR, Bsc' FlB-sl rabsseastoa Mas-, tt. viae oi DlcXnmm'B Drag BtahsB; - '

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