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,M|: jR' 8 7//£ MITCHELL CAPITAL THE MITCHELL PRINTIN6 CO. Props. A W. DOWNEY, Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. •ne copy, one year, If paid In advance jjM oopy, one year, If paid after 6 months. yM oopy, one year. If paid after 1 year me oopy, 8lx months, Otte copy, three months. We club with all the leadln .(1.00 .. 1.26 .. 1.60 .76 60 publications In the Moniry, at tne lowest club prices. All subscribers wishing their address •taonld give their former as well as their new Omrespondence should be at the office as early Wednesday. TO ADVERTISERS. Advertising rates given on application, and will k* round reasonably low. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $5.00 »er year. Each additional Une, (1.00. Business LocalB, Five cents per line. Legal Advertisements at Statute Rates. Cards of Thanks, Ten Cents per Une. Marriage and Death Notices published tree of (barge. Obituaries. Resolutions of Respect and Wedding presents, Five Cents per line. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER0 FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1899. Frank Crane, ex-superintendent of public instruction, was elected secre tary of the republican stale central committee. One year ago Monday Dew«y bom barded Manila and the city yielded to his unanswerable arguments. ''Dewey Day" is being celebrated in a great many cities over the achievements of a year ago. Aberdeen confidently hopes to •ecure a visit from President McKinley when he makes his western trip, and have figured out a plausible route for the president from Minneapolis so he won't lose any time. The Minneapolis Tribune observes that the spring elections in this state rather vindicated the legislature in failing to pass a dispensany measure for in practically every town where license was an issue it carried. Mrs. Anna George, who was accused of the murder of Geo. D. Saxton in Canton, Ohio, was found not guilty. Mrs. George came to South Dakota to •ecure her divorce and the testimony of sevoral citizens of Canton, this state, was brought into the case. The republioan state central com mittee met at Huron Thursday night •nd selected Redfied as the place and June 28 as the date when the republi oan judicial convention will be held for the purpose of placing in nomin ation three candidates for the supreme oourt. This is over two months in advance of the fusion convention, which will be held in Mitchell, Sept. 14. Anybody who has taken notice through the papers of the various com panies which have filed articles of in corporation at Pierre will be aware of the frequency that the name of Rufus S. King appears as one of the incor porators. No less tnan a dozen com panies have been incorporated in the past two weeks in which Mr. King's name appears, and the capital stock goes up into the millions for several of the companies, which embrace all sort* of business enterprises. A Topeka, Kan., dispatch sayB: Col. Fred Funston, of the Twentieth Kansas, writing from Manila to a Topeka friend, says: I am afraid that some people at home will lie awake nights worrying about the ethics of this war, thinking our enemy is fight ing for the right of self government. The word independent, which these people roll over their tongues so glibly, is a word and not much more. It means simply with them a license to raise hell, and if they got control they would raise a tine crop of it. They are, as a rule, an illiterate, semi-savage people, who are waging war not against tyranny, but ay ainst Anglo-Saxon order and decency. A letter from Lieutenant J. Q. A. Braden to a Sioux Falls friend and published in the Argus-Leader does not indicate that the soldiers of South Dakota regiment are at all anxious for their discharge under the terms made public in Gov. Lee's letter. Concern ing the discharge of the regiment the following is quoted from Lieut. Brad en's letter. Of course we wou'd be glad to get home, but will let the president judge of the time our services can be spared, and I think can safely say that tbe regiment, as a regiment, does not want to be discharged through 'political influence.' and does not want the dis grace of being the first ordered home from the island*. Tom Ayres, the governor's private secretary, is doing every thing possible to show that tbe people are standing by the governor and hit fatal letter to the president, concerning the return of tbe South Dakota regiment. Ayres sent a column article to the Sioux Falls Press purporting to be extracts from letters sent tbe governor hearti ly endorsing his course and hi6 letter. When a man writes the governor en dorsing his policy he should not be ashamed to have his name known, and it is a remarkable fact tbat all tbe extracts Ayres makes from these letters the names of the writers do not appear. Tom's versatility as a writer would give foundation to the suspicion that these anonymous letters were of his own creation. |(Fearful cyclone* are reported in Monona and Crawford counties, in Iowa, and at Kirksville, Mo., at the latter sixty people being killed and a thousand injured. Much damage was done to life aDd property in Iowa. The storm occured last Thursday. From a lax marriage law, requiring no license, the Wisconsin legislature will likely pass the most stringent measure of that kind. The bill, t,ow waiting for the governor to sign, requires five days to elapse between the time the license is granted and the wedding takes place. Not in a good many years has mother earth nursed the seed sown therein as this spring. No better conditions, seemingly, could prevail than has been in effect since the crop was put in the ground, as regards moisture and weather. With a cool atmosphere at this time and the rain of Sunday wheat will thrive abundantly. Aberdeen pays a big price for its desipota factory, the city council, we understand, giving a bonus of $1,500 in cash, and the citizens donating 10,000 bushels of potatoes, aside from this the taxation for five years. An indus try that needs such fostering care will have a hard struggle for existence when the support is withdrawn. No sooner was Mrs. George released from the charge of mu.dering Saxton when she announced that she would go upon the lecture platform. What Mrs. George can find of interest to say to the public is not known, but the morbid and curious will have an opportunity to see and hear a woman who has slain her destroyer. The lecture platform seems to have no choice but to accept whatever comes alone. And so Aguinaldo, pushed to the wall, is now ready to make terms of peace. Gen. Otis, however, is push ing his forces forward just the same as if there were no proposals for peace. Hemmed is on all sides, with no avenue, for escape it is but natural that Aguinaldo should sue for peace. The only terms that the general should agree to the cessation of war would be an unconditional surrender. It would remove a great amount of difficulties and red tape. Captain Kelley, of the Texas Rang ers, sent the following telegram to the president when Gov. Lind, of Minne sota, made the demand for the 13th regiment'* release from duty in the Philippines: Muster out Minnesota's weakneed volunteers. Buck's Texas Rangers stand ready to take their places in the Philippines. Gov. Lee might read tbe same mes sage with some profit. No one questions the bravery and loyalty of our soldier boys but the governor has seen lit to put them in an unenviable light. Jos. Kir by was disbarred about a year ago from practicing in the oourts because he was convicted in the United States court of felony. He carried his case to the United States supreme court and it was sent back for a new trial. Kirby applied to the state supreme court a few days ago for re instatement as an attorney and the court granted his request. A dispatch from Pierre adds: "After taking the oath Kirby declared that he had learn ed forbearance by the road he had been traveling for the past year and that he did not believe any court or attorney of the state would ever reeret the fact of his readmission." Tbe American Monthly Review of Reviews of May devotes considerable space to a survev of recent develop ments in American cities. The editor comments on the re-election of Mayor Carter Harrison in Chicago, on Mayor Jones' remarkable triumph in Toledo, on the Detroit project for municipal ownership of the street railways, and on tbe general situation in Boston, San FrancUco, Minneapolis. Cleveland, Denver, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Pitts burg, and New York. Dr. Shaw also contributes a special study of the new San Francisco charter-—a remarkable document in its way, aDd Mr. George E. Hooker gives some interesting facts about Mayor Quincy's administration of Boston. ECZEMA And Every Form of Torturing Disfiguring Skin and Scalp Humors Cured by (Qticura SPKKDV CRHK TREATMENT.—Bathe the affected parts thoroughly with HOT WATER anil CimciiKA SOAP. Next apply CUTICURA Ointment, the great skin cure, and lastly take a full dose of CUTICURA RESOLVENT. This treatment will afford instant, relief permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy, perma nent, and economical cure when all else fails. Sold everywhere. Price,TillSn,*1.25: or. CcTicOBi BOAT. 2/C OINTMENT, 50C.I RKSDI.VENT (h*lf aizel.Mo. rones Dnuo AND CHBM. Co*r., 8oU Propa.. Botton. How to Cure EciemV'M-jMfe book, fm. .vw% I-fPfP HEW ALDERMEN IN Conclntled Prom Ktrnt Page# was instructed to make a general inves tigation of the streets with reference to tbe presence of muddy places and to form some plan of repairing them, and to report at the next meeting. The council then adjourned. Messrs. Stout, Wells and Miller, the new aldermen, took hold of the affairs in the council and demonstrated tbat they are going to make good official* in every instance. Dlftcovered By a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that too, by a lady in thi* country. "Disease lastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood severest tests, but her vital or gans were undermined and death seem ed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discoyery for Con sumption, and was so muoh relieved on taking the first dose, that she slept all night and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Lut"her Lutz." Thus writes W. C. Hamniok & Co., Shelby, N. C. Trial bottle free at S. H. Scallin's drug store. Regular size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle gauranteed. KnrileBH Chain of Moving:. R. D. Prescott haB purchased the Smith residence just west of Main street on Fourth. Mr. Prescott wiil move in as soon as the place is vacated, however a number of people will have to change reaidenoe to start the pro cession. For instance Mr. Prescott is waiting on Mr. Boggs to move, and he is waiting on W. E. Rathbun and he is waiting on E. D. Scott, who lives in the Kibbee house, which be has pur chased, and Mr. Scott is waiting on S. H. Morgan for the ehalkstone house on Main street, and Mr. Morgan wil move into the Reed residence in the northwest part of town. The moving business seems to grow into almost an endless chain. Tbe ancients believed that rheuma tism was the work of a demon within a man. Any one who ha* had an attack of soiatio or iLflammatory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demon iac enough to warrant the belief. It ha* never been claimed that Chamber lain's Pain Balm would cast out demon*, but it will cure rheumatism, and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement. One applica tion relieves the pain, and this quick relief whioh it affords is alone worth many times it* cost. For sale by L. O. Gaie. Change in Basftneas Firm. P. T. McGovern, who established himself in business in Mitchell in 1880 and has continued in it all that time with the exception of four years, has withdrawn from hie dry good* house and turned it over to the management of another firm styled A. T. McGovern & Sons, comprising Mrs. McGovern and two sons, Frank and Eugene. Mr. McGovern, as in the past two years, will give his entire attention to his in surance business and the store will be conducted in the same efficient manner whioh has made it a popular establish ment, consider it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected in my case by the timely use of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I was taken very badly with flux and procured a bottle of this reme dy. A few doses effected a permanent cure. take pleasure in recommend ing it to otherB suffering from tbat dreadful disease.—J W. LYNCH, Dorr, W. Va. This remedy is sold by L. O. Gale. Moved Into '«w Quartern. The Commercial Mutual Fire Assoc iation moved its offices into the new rooms over the First National bank yesterday. Tbe rooms, although not fully completed, are being especially fitted up for tbe company and will make a very pleasant suite. A new vault has been constructed for the Bafe keeping of valuable books and papers. H. C. Preston will occupy the rooms vacated by the insurance company. An KptdtMUtc of Wtioopiug Cougli. Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough mychildren contract ed the disease, having severe coughing spells. We had used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy very successfully for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and effected a complete cure. JOHN E. CLIFFORD, Proprietor Norwood House, Norwood. N. Y.' This remedy is for sale by L. O. Gale. To fr'ariiiet-tt. Now is the time to have your plows and other farm machinery repaired and put in shape for spring work. 1 also do horseshoeing nnd wagon repairing. All new plow work polished free of charge. K. A. JOHNSON, »w Colvin's old stand. No-To-Hac for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong* blooU pure. &0c, $1. All druggists. SECONDHAND SHOES. Bztennive Repair* May Be Made For Very Little Money. A sign hanging in front of a shoe maker's shop where secondhand shoes were sold had upon it these words "Secondhand Shoes With New Uppers.'' It seemed almost as though a pair of secondhand shoes with new uppers would be practically new shoes, but in quiry showed that this impression was not warranted by the facts. There is a good deal of fresh material in a pair of shoes thns repaired, but there is also left a good deal of the old. The new upper thns put in is a new vamp, the front part of the upper. The old counter, or back part of the shoe, still remains. It is a familiar fact that while the counter may break down or wear out or get a hole in it somehow it is much more likely to stay sound and good. It is the front that cracks and breaks. And so in putting secondhand shoes in order new vamps are some times put in. But while such a shoe, which had also been soled and heeled, might easily be described as having un dergone extensive repairs it would still be far from wholly new. There would remain, besides the old counter, the shank and the inner sole and the gen eral shape and framework of the shoe, and upon these the repairs could be made. Secondhand shoes bring various prices, depending on their original quality and tbeir condition. A pair of secondhand shoes, resoled and reheeled and with new uppers, can be bought for as little as a dollar. —New York Sun. Ulorlous News Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four bot tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mr*. Brewer of scrofult., which bad caused her great suffering for years. Terri ble sores would break out on her head and face, and the beat doctors could give no help, but her cure is complete and her health is excellent." This shows what thousands have proved, —that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supreme rem edy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ul cers, boils and running sores. It stimu lates liver, kidneys and bowels, expelB poisons, helps digestion, builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by S. H. Scallin, Druggist. Guaranteed. Sold at a Good Figure. William Fullerton writes from Birm ingham, England, that he has struck it rich over there. Some time ago he be' came interested in a bioycle improve ment invented by an Iowa man and in dividing up the territory Mr. Fullerton took England and Europe as his share. He stated in his letter that he sold England to a rich syndicate for$100,000. Mr. Fullerton used to live in Mitchell some years ago and hie friends will be glad to bear of his good fortune. He was employed at one lime by the Home stake company Jat Deadwood, and lost both his legs in an accident in the machinery department. A FOLLOWER OF MEASLES. In many instance* a persistent cough fol lows an attack of measles. In speaking of this Mr. Walter B. Beel, editor of the Elkin (N. C.) Times, *ays: "Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles whioh left me with a bad cough. I took several doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the cough has en tirely disappeared. I consider Cham berlain's medicine* the best on the market." For sale by L. O. Gale. Beauty la JUiood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im urities from the body. Begin to-day to anish pimples, boils, blotches, black^ads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Notice to PupilH. The final examination for eighth grade pupils of Davison couniy will be held at the court bouse, Mitchell, on Friday, May 12th, and at the school house in Mt. Vernon on Saturday, May 13tb, 1899. All teachers who have pupils writing the examination are requeued to be present O E. BROWNE, Co. Supt. Schools. ^ECTING 0^ Ijyfo DIS E AS^g| Karl's Clover Root Tea r»i the Complexion, Purifies the ISloodj gives a Fresh, Clear SUin. Cures Con supation, Indigestion, and all Kruptions of tne bkin. An agreeable Laxative Nerve tonic. Sold on absolute guarantee by all druggists at 25c., 60c. and $1.00. %C. WELLS & CO., LEROY, N. Y. SOLE PROPRIETORS Sold by 8. H. SCALLIN, Manufacturer of Scaling Lightning HAftdactie Killer. The Mill Cannot Grind 'with Water That's Past This is what a fagged out, tearful little woman said in telling her cares and 'weak nesses. Her friend encouraged by telling of a relative who had just such troubles and was cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. The little woman now haB tears of joy, for she took Hood's, which put her blood in prime order, and she lives on the strength of the present instead of worrying about that of the past. Neuralgia I had dreadful neuralgia, 'miserableTor months. Neighbors told me to use Hood's Sarsaparilla it cured me per fectly." MRS. FRED TURNER, Barre, Vt. Eryslpela8—" My little girl is now fat and healthy 011 account of Hood's Sarsapa rilla curing her of erysipelas and eczema." MRS. H. O. WHEATLEY, Port Chester, N. Y. Hood's rills cure liver ills the non-lrrltatlng and only cathartic to take with Hood'a .Sarsaparilla. It rants with jon whether yon continue the. nerve-killing tobacco habit. NO-TO-llA" removes the desire for tobacrn, with^ out nervous distress. expelB nico^iLn•• tine, purifies the blued, rs-^of a store* lost manbood.^jtf'TAl t,0xek f?*ke» J0" strons^jgT I HI »11^0id. 400.000 in health, nerve^jflflPTw |J Iwl^^^asescuruiiViliiy and_pockct,-.^^J,«jV\ NvHIOTOBiC from our own drupgist.who will vouch forus.Tako it with wfll.patit ntly, porsistently. One usuaily cure?. 3 boxes,$2.00, gaar*«nt cert to euro, or wo refund money. 8t«rl!njr cowrtyOo., !'hif aso. VToniroal, flew fork* book. A LOCAL CATARRH Disease A Climatic Affection Nothing but a local remedy or change of slimatewll) cure t. Get a well-known phar maceutical remedy, HWFEVE* Ely's Cream Balm It is quickly Absorbed. Gives Relief at once. Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages. Allays Inflammation. niiixjo inurtiuiiiouuii. AAi Healsand Protects tbe -«ULU 'N HEAD Membrane. Bestores the Senses of Taste aud Smell. No f-ocalne, No Mercury, No injurous drug. Full ize50c Trial Size at Druggists or by by mall. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren Street, New York Don't Take Our Word For it, but try a pound of Heekins Queen Quality Coffee and be convinced that it is the Very Best. C. Burnside, Fine Groceries. BAD BREATH "I have beci IIS£hk -A8CAIKF.TS ondas a mild and eftetaive laxutive tbey ate sirojjlv won derful. My daughter and 1 were bothered with sick si-omn^h nnd otir was vi»ry bad. After tailing a lew doses of Casearmss we have iuiproveo wonderfully. They are a great belt) In tbe faiuilv Wlt.lltXMIN'A NActsr.. 1137 Riltenbou&e St... Cincinnati. Ohio. CANDY CATHARTIC MW TftAOE MARK REOI&TERCD Pleasant. prJatahie. Potent. Taste Hood. Io Good, Never 'IWN. \\ai ^U.ir Grine. 1JK-. 2.')C. »IJC ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Sterling (learnt Jlontrcai. Kew l'oii, ."lo NOTQ«fiAft s"ki «nioranteed bv alldruc. IIUB I U"S)M4f ^isis to CI. JSC Tobaouo Habit. BUY GOODS IN CHICAGO Ml sat si Have you tried the Catalogue system of buyinq EVERYTHING you use at Wholesale Prices? We can save you 15 to 40 per cent, on your purchases. We are now erecting and will own and occupy the highest building in America, employ 2,000 clerks filling country orders exclusively, and will refund purchase price if goods don't suit you. Our General Cataloguer-1,000 pages, 16,000 illustrations, 60,000 quotations—costs us 72 cents to print and mail. We will send it to you upon receipt of 15 cents, to show your good faith. MONTGOMERY WARDS GO. MICHI6AN AVE. AND MADISON ST. CHICAGO. Notice for Publication. Land Offloe at Mitchell, S. D., Mar 1,18M. Notice 1B hereby given that the Mlowlng named settler hat filed novice of his Intention to make fliiril proof in support of his claim and that «ald proot will be made before the Register and Re ceiver at Mitchell. S. D.. on June 10, 1899, viz: J-. Austin Clurk, for the seVi, Sec. 85, Twp. 104. N., Bg. «1 W„ (H. E. No, 29491.) HI' names the following witnesses to prove his continuance residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: William M. Smith, Everett Smith, David W. Burnght and L. W. Lewis all of Mitch ell, P. O., S. 1). GEO. E. FOSTER, Register. Notice For Publication. Land Office at Mitchell, S. D„ April 25,1899. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before the Raster and Re ceiver at Mitchell. S. D., on June 10.1899, viz: Herman F.Hannemann, for the NEK, Sec. 84, T.. 105 N„ R. 60 W. (H. E. No. 29280). He nameB the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Peter Kritz,. of Letcher P. O., 8. D. John Meier, of Letcher P. O., S. D. John Wilds, of Letcher P. O.. S. D. A. M. Lock hart, of Mltch ell P. O., S. 1). GEO. K. FOSTER, Register. State of South Dakota, County of Davison, ss. In county court. In the matter of the estate of Eliza E. Lewis, deceased The State of South Dakota sends greeting to the heirs at law nnd next of kin of Eliza E. Lewis, deceased, and to all whom these pres ents may come. Notice Is hereby given that John D. Anderson has filed with the judge of this court a petition praying for letters of administration of the estate of Eliza E. Lewis, deceased, and that Saturday, the 13th day of May, 1899, at 11 o'clock, a. m. of said day. being a day of a special term of this court, held at my office at the court house in the City of Mitchell. County ot Davison and State of South Dakota, has been set for hearing said petition, when and where any person Interested may appear and show cause why the said pe titiuii should not be granted. Dated at Mitchell, S. D.. this 24th day of April, A. D., 1899. W. ABBET, Judge County Court. Notice For Publication- Timber Culture Kntry. Land Ofllce at Mitchell, S. D.. April 17, lft99. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Mitchell. S. D.. on May 27. 1899, viz.: Leonhard Lovinger, for the lots 1 and 2 and svi, neM «w. 4, twp. 101, N.. ranee 60, w. (T. C. E. No. 1WI7"., He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: Lambert Lowrie, of Ethan P. 0„ S. D. W. A. Darling, of Mitchell P. O.. S. D. Adolf Wlttstniek, of Mitchell P. ()., S. D. David Lovin ger, of Ethan P. O.. S. D. GKOKGE E. FOSTER, Register. Notice For Publication. Land office at Mitchell. S. D., April, 1,1899 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re ceiver at Mitchell, S. D.. on May 13, 1899, viz: Christian Ferber. for the lot l.new, nwli and S$65^'MC' 19'tW"'101, N"llg' 61 W" (H' fl0' He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: John Schoenfelder, of Emsley, P. O., S. D. Joseph Weeple, of EmBley, P. O.. S. D. James Tobin, of Hillside, P. O., S. D. Phillip Tobin, of Hillside, P. O., S. D. GEORGE E. FOSTER, Register. Notice to Creditors. Til the matter of the estate of Robert Gllliland, late of the City of Adrian, County of lenamer, btate of Michigan, deceased: All persons having claims against said Robert tillliland. deceased, are required to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, to the under signed, the duly appointed and qualified admin istrator of said estate, at the office of Prescott & Bidwell, in the City of Mitchell. County of Davi son, State of South Dakota, and that four months after the first publication of this notice has been limited, adjudged and decreed by the Judge of the County Court of this county, as the time within which all the creditors of the deceased must present and prove their claims against said estate. Dated the 15th day of April. 1899. F. A. BIDWELL, Administrator of the estate of Robert Gllliland, deceased. Sheriffs Sale. State of South Dakota, Fourth Judicial Circuit, ss. In the Circuit Court within and for Daviso County. The First National Bank of Mitchell, South Da kota, a corporation, vs. D. A. Mizener, Zellah J Ml7.ener.etal Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Judg ment of Foreclosure and Sale in the above en titled action dated the 7th day of April. A 1899, and an execution Issued upon said Judg ment. the subscriber. Sheriff of Davison County, Soutn Dakota, for that purpose appointed, will sell at Public Auction at the front door of the Court House in the City of Mitchell, County of Davison, South Dakota, on May 15th, 1899, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon of that day, the real estate and mortgaged premises situate In thejcounty of DaviBon, State of South Dakota, and described afe follows: Lot number nine (9) block number three (3) in the original town (now IN UUGUIAI TOWN (DOW aSm ""TO £yb0be W c'ty) of Mitchell or so much thereof as may sufficient to satisfy said judgment and costs. 111 and costs. all to Sixteen Hundred Eighty-nine '$1689) dollars and fifteen (15) centTsTwith interest thereon from the date of said judgment and all accruing costs of sale. Dated MltcheH, South Dakota, April 10th, 1899. HIKRY SWINDLER, Sheriff of Davison County. Mori gage Sale. Whereas, Default has been made In the pay ment of the money secured by a mortgage dated the twenty-second day of June, A. D„ 1889, exe cuted by Elizabeth Hazletou of the county of Davison and Territory of Dakota, now state of South Dakota, to The Lockwood Mortgage Com pany of the county of Harper and state of Kan sas, and which mortgage was recorded in the office ot the register of deeds of the county of Dav ison, and Territory of Dakota, in book 73 of ™tgHA3o'clocK e8\ 9" |latie 181- 011 the 22d day of June, 1889, at p. m. Whereas, no action or proceedings at law or otherwise have feen instituted to recover the "p'taecurea by said mortgage or any part there- Whereas. On the second day of January, 189S. said mortgage with the note secured thereby, was duly assigned by the said mortgagee to S W Kishop of the county of Hartford, In the state of Connecticut, which assignment was duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the said ISIU' 7 J^!?0!1' on the 27th day of January, iBSId,Jn book 7rt ol moitgages, on page 462, and hereas, Default has been made in the pay ment of the taxes assessed on said real property as agreed by the said mortgagor in said mort gage. and Whereas, The amount claimed to be due upon said mortgage at the date of this notice is the sum of nine hundred twenty-nine dollars and ®550 Pf'nc'Pal. and $379.04 Interest besides the sum of one hundred and ninety dollars and fifty-two cents for taxes necessarily paid by said mortgagee and Interest, and ten dollars attorney's fee provided by statute. Now, Therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and, duly recorded as aforesaid, and In pursuance of the statutes in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a, sule of the mortgaged premises therein oescrlbed at public auction at the front door of the court house at the city of Mitchell and countyofDavlson and state of South Dakota on the loth day of May, A ,D, 1899, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day. The mortgaged prem ises are situated in the county of Davison, in the state of South Dakota and are described as fol iows. to-wlt: The northeast quarter of section live (5), township one hundred and one (101). north of range sixty-one (01) west of the 5th p. m. Mitchell, S. D.. this 29th day of March, A. u.. 1899. FREDERICK L. BISHOP, Executor last will and testament of Seth W. Bishop, assignee of mortgagee, deceased. R. PRESCOTT, Attorney for Mortgagee. Remember the Name! AN I) OO TO J. E. WELLS, For Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Life, Accident and St6nm Boiler Insurance, Surely Bonds, Real Estate Loans on Farm and City Property, Abstract of Titles. To havp legal papers made. To buy a home cheap on reaaooable payments. For notary public. Office over Harker Bro'a. atore. Mitchell, S. D.