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IK ?&* &V •W} f. *v ffl Sfe W' 4A 14 lav $• fi~ i&*V( y^t fflf* $£ iOg-rX.-- ms '5s™ "H TO iV %kC, 15 Kt m' xm&. wm\ M? fy'H 1*1* THE CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Conrt Meets and Stands Ad journed Until Monday tlie 25th Inst. This Action Taken to Avoid Conflict With the Coming: United States Term. ~"v'r' E. C. Patterson, clerk of tho court, has prepared the following list at criminal and civil causes to be tried at the term commencing yesterday, and states the list includes 118 causes, about seventy of tbem being old ones on the calendar: CRIMINAL CAUSES. State of South Dakota vs John Clark. State of South Dakota vs Wtillam Hartman. State of South Dakota vs Thompson & Hettland. City of Pierre vs D. D. Doyle. CIVIL CAUSES. Amos IT. Cox vs Chas. W. Snowden. A. H. Andrews & Co. vs Stuart Mann. Smith Warehouse company vs Pierre Fire and Marine Insurance company. Henry W. Hrayton vs Horace A. Chase. Tho J. I. Case Implement company vs Merle D. Smith. M. W. A. Gaskins vs Pierre Fire and Marine Insurance company. Henry C. Ityall vs Pierre Fire and Ma rine Insurance company. Rhodes Winburn et al vs Pierre Fire and Marine Insurance company. Morton Culver vs Hoard of Education City of Pierre. Soymour D. Ulair vs Frederick Finder. George T. Mcintosh ut al vs Thomas J. Stradley et al. Chicago and Northwestern Railway company vs Pierre City Railway com pany et al. Minnesota Thresher Manufacturing company vs Peter H. Haugan. Thos. S. Johnson vs Heury J. Slems. John S. Rowell et al vs J. I. Case Im plement company. Mcintosh, Huntington & Co. vs Ger trude J. Stradley et al. A. B. Vines vs W. G. Nixon. Rust-Owen Lumber company, a corpor ation, vs A. H. Fitch et al. Rust-Owen Lumber company, a cor poration, vs A. D. Mower etal. C. C. McClerg & Co. vs tho State Bind ery company. Luther T. Townsend vs Chas. B. Ken nedy. Samuel C. Yarnell vs William F. Baird et al. B. T. Way vs Julius A. Johnson et al. Western Loan and Trust company vs Hughes County Abstract company. George Lo^bker ex parte. Mason-Fowler Grocery company vs D. I. Willard & Co. Excelsior Manufacturing company vs Benton J. Frymire. N. B* Reed vs Capital Investment com pany. C. C. Bennett vs Capital Investment company. Newton B. Reed vs the Capital Invest ment company. Good Road Glllen vs Henry Jones. John W. Wood et al vs Thomas Neeley et al. S. S. Ford, Johnson Co. vs John D. Phillips et al. Graham, appellant, vs Greer, respond ent. James Hall, appellant, vs John Frank lin, respondent. Frecland, appellant, vs Fitzgerald, re spondent. A. S. Guthrie, appellant, vs W. S. Wells, respondent. The German Bakery of the American Biscuit and Manufacturing company vs Albright & West. W. K. Morrison & Co. vs Frank Baker etal. W. P. Wlmmer vs B. W. Mudgett Benjamin T. Way vs M. V. B. Osmer et al. Uuion Wire Mattress company vs John D. Phillips et al. W. P. Locke vs E. H. Roche. Pierre Gas and Fuel company vs Wil liam H. Gleckler and H. P. Wybrant. Excelsior Manufacturing company vs Benton J. Frymire. Oalf Englund vs the Pierre Light and Power company. First Kational bank vs John D. Phil lips etal. Haxton Steam Heater company vs Frank Baker et al. William B. Folds et al vs John D. Phil Hps etal. Clarence N. Hawley vs Judd Jr »v *1 "L"'^ ^cr'r**f •wi* tic*Jf. Full List of the Causes on the Cul endar to be Tried at this Ses siou. Judge Fuller and Stenographer Carpen ter came in Tuesday night, and as it was impossible for them to arrive Monday the court was opened Tuesday, and adjourned until the following day. Yesterday the court machinery was put in running order, but it was deemed best to adjourn again until the 35th of the month so that thero might not be any confusion resulting from the session of UnlUid States court which convenes in the stale house on the 19th, and which might demand' the attention of certain attorneys who also had business before Judge Fuller's court. Accordingly the juries were dismissed yesterday, the cal endar called, and a few court cases will be argued today, before standing ad journed. M. Steb- bins. Arthur Storra vs Henry Karcher. Benjamin Pulliam vs M. V. B. Osmer etal. Smith & Rose TS Nowlin Townsite company. Estey Organ company vs W. A. Buxton. Pratt, appellant, vs Walworth respond ent. Snowden, appellant, vs Cobb, respoiid ent. l^~ Dakota Loan and Truft company vs Nicholas A. Schoweller et al. Dakota Loan and Trust company vs E. E. Wightman et al.' Harry H. Latham vs 'he State Bindery company. Geo. W. King vs National Bank of Commerce. Benjamin F. Way vs Julius A. John son & Co. Huron Furniture company vs Geo. W. Brong. R. F. Pettlgrew et al vs R. Dinsmure et al. Colonial and United States Mortgage company vs Elmer Ilayden et al. Willard W. McDonald (trustee) et al ~vs .Yankton Fire Insurance company. Merle D. Smith et al vs J. I. Case Im- plement company. Adelaide Cessna et al vs A. M. Bowdle. Amos H. Cox vs Charles W. Snowden. James T. Ohlwlne vs John Sutherland etal. J. M. Woods vs B. T. Way.'"** 7" Southworth vs Reed et al. Charles) S. Crysler vs John D. Hilgcr. Gilbert Johnson vs Noah Newbanks et al. Holland & White vs Pierre Fire and Murine Insurance company. Francisco Perez vs Pierre Fire and Marine insurance company. Brookhaven Lumber company vs Pierre Fire and Marine Insurance company. W. P. Locke vs E. H. Roche. F. H. Hill company vs.Iohn D. Phillips et al. Ilattle E. Pratt vs William I. Walker. C. C. Bennett vs Capital Investment company. Lottie E. Hoard vs Charles B. Mertz. Charles Fogelsong vs G. M. L. Erwin and B. J. Templeton. John W. Wood et al vs Thomas Neeley at al. Clarence N. Hawley vs the Town of Blunt. Mary J. Vert vs E. J. Vert. John Thomson vs D. 1. Willard et al. Joseph H. Raeside et al vs James S. Irwin. John W. Wood & Sons vs Thos. Neeley et al. A. V. Liebcn, appellant, vs L. E. Gaffy, respondent. William M. Sago, appellant, vs Wm. Simpson, respondent. Shaw, appellant, vs Hefner, respondent. Shaw, appellant, vs Hefner, respondent. Hughes county, appellant, vs Schou weiler Bros, respondent. A. V. Liebcn, appellant, vs Edward Loomis, respondent. Henry Hoffman, appellant, vs Chicago and Northwestern Railway company, re spondent. Miles E. Redick, appellant, vs Melissa Myers, respondent. Jno. W.Shaw vs John N. Piatt. John Sutherland vs P. T. White et al. Thomas C. Harris vs County Commis sioners. Mayhew P. Aiken vs Helen R. Aiken. Eugene A. Wright, appellant, vs Chas. W. Booth, respondent. R. B. Coddington, appellant, vs Geo. P. Richardson, respondent. John Rand, appellant, vs Dry Run township, respondent. A. D. Tilton, appellant, vs H. C. Par rott et al, respondent. Hughes county vs County Commission ers. Rowland & Butler vs A. V. Lieben. Frank Price, appellant, vs A. V. Lieben respondent. Andrew Lewis, appellant, vs Anthony V. Lieben, respondent. Clayton vs T. W. Pratt. H. J. S4ems vs G. W. Brong. W. C. Fawcett vs A. H. Cox. H. H. Brekke vs Chicago and North western Railway company. A. S. Guthrie vs Hughes county. Oliver Riggle vs Chicago and North western Railway company. Fred Oberlln vs E. Mercer. Emma Sutley vs R. D. Ferris. Son* of Veterans. On the 19, 20, 21 and 22nd of May, the Sons of Veterans will hold their annual division encampment for South Dakota in this city. There will be about 150 members of the order present, to be entertained by the Pierre camp of Sons of Veterans. The encampment will be in strictly military form, and will be held in the city paik. The W. R. C. will assist the S. of V. In entertaining the visitors, by running an eating house on the grounds. That they may be able to do this a com mittee of the W. R. C. will call on the citizens of Pierre In a few days to solicit provisions. This is the first time that Pierre has had an opportunity to do any thing for the Sous of Veterans, and as the city has always shown itself ready to aid the G. A. R. at any time, we come to the front this time, feeling sure that we will receive as good treatment as they. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE S. of V. Through Seven States..' Commencing March 29. the Northern Pacific will resume its double ,dail pas senger train service between St. Paul and Minneapolis on tbe east, and Helena, Butte, Spokane Falls, Tacoma, Seattle and Portland on the west. West bound trains will leave St.. Paul at 9 a. m. and 4:15 p. m. respectively, car rying complete service of Pullman first class and tourist sleeping cars, first and second class day coaches, free colonist sleeper and eelegaat dining cars. The morning.traln out of St. Paul (No. 3) will carry first-class vestlbuled sleeper from Chicago, leaving that point at 5:30 p. m. daily over the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway, reaching the Pacific coast via tbe line through Butte. Train No. 1, leaving St. Paul at 4:15 p. m., will carry both Pullman first class and Pullman tourist sleeping cars frotff Chicago via the Wisconsin Central line, leaving the latter point at 10:45 p. m. daily, running via Helena to Spokane Falls, Tacoma and Portland. Passengers from the east leaving St. Louis in the forenoon and Chicago In the afternoon, will mako close connections with the mornlcg train out of St Paul the following day. Leaving Chicago at night, connection will be made with train OTIVW'V0' i- ^au' next afternoon, two 'transcontinental'-' passenger trains running dally:between eastern and ~_ „, Minn. Write to above address for the latest and best map yet published of Alaska just out. THE MERRY MUSfc. Our New Baby. We got new baby np onr house. Cooled las' night, still's er moose.' Found it layin* np side o' mother. Pa he aays 't'a my Ittle brother. What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infiints and Children. It contains neither OpluiA, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute i-v for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yean' use by Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays feverlshness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea—the Mother's Friend* Castorla. Castorla 8 an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of Its good effect upon their children." DR. Q. c. OSGOOD, Lowell, Mass. Castorla la the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. 1 hope the day to not tar distant when mothers will consider the real Interest of their children, r.nd use Castorla in stead of the Tariousquock nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by foretof opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." Da. J. F. Entcaatoa, Oonway, Ark. western terminals, the Northern Pacific railroad—tho Yellowstone Park route offers the best possible service to thfc tourist, business man or settler. The equipment on this line is unsurpassed in point of beauty and convenience, while tho service is first class. It is the short and direct line to Montana and all north Pacific coast points, and passes through the grandest, most productive an-i richest sections of seven states, viz: Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. District passenger agents of the North ern Pavific railroad will take pleasure in supplying information, rates, maps, time bles, etc., or application can be mnde to Chas. S. Fee, G. P. and T. Pa says w'en th'baby gits old Aa me't won't mind any cold, Bnt now th' doors mns' be kep' closed. COB pore Ittle brother's part' nigh frosed. Tain't got no eloee ner any hair, Ner nothin' but dea red anywhere. Eyes es red too keeps'm shut So's th' light won't hurt'm, but Pa says't In a day er two He'U open'm dea like me er yon. Pa sayB he rether had er girl, Iteg'ler young Wiscona'n pearl. But reck'ns he'll git er heap o' Joy' Oat that 'ittle freckl'd boy. Can't talk er nothin', des says "goo." Do' know 'f he means me, er who. S'po6e he's taikin' 't ma, like nuff Beggin' hur fer cents 'n stuff. Jane Ann says't she do' know 'F she'll stayer 'f she'll go: Says my aunts 'n lations all Come a trapsin', one 'n alL Eatln' eve'thin' out 'o sight, Keeps her cookln' day 'n night. Ma she's des es white es milk, Han's des like er piece o'silk Says she's got one, two sons now: Pa sayB "Yes, 'afs so, 1 vow." Hain't got no name, pore 'ittle boy! Ner any bail ner book ner toy. 'N Jane Ann say't he's homely *s sin, nobody else'd took him in. Pore 'ittle brother! 't'a des er shame *T be ain't even got no name. Looks so tiny 'n so forlorn. Guess he's sorry't he was born. —New York World. Tp Eatt (With apologies to Poet Laureate Tennyson.) To eatl To eatl Tis long between two meals. The hungry stomach lean and empty feels. To eatl To eatl Whatever thou eatest—^breakfast, dinner, tea— Soon goes, and thou must eat again. Ah. met To cat! To eatl Eat, hungry soul! Adown thy gollet poor Victuals until that goneness is no more. To eatl To eatl —Chicago Tribune. r- *r Springtime. Our overcoats, our heavy shoes, our linen dust ers too, All have a proper season their allotted good to do. Few things upon this big, round earth har* not. their special time:. The rvle holds good with current jest In par*, graph and rhyme. The gibe about the editor who slays the bard of spring Tha Easter bonnet sally, too, decrepit little thing, Have lata nnuaed for maay months, their strains were oat of tune But take them down and d«st them off wall want them pretty soon. That moat amnsing little lad, who horriss ta his (ate Ia oonie torture eauMd by all tha unripe fruit he ats, VK some time past—let all girs thanks-haa not besQ forced to be A Scan in the gallery of funny things we see. The respite tsom the iceman's bill has been quitelong aad sweet. And proved some compensation for the ilk of aluah and sleet But restless nature oomes and calls away the peaceful boon, Se take them down and dust them off well Want them pretty soon. ... •Vii lis ... Castoria. MP.- Castorla is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." B. A. Aaoan, X. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. "Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their expert eoee in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only hare among our medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to oonfeae that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor npon it." UMTBO EOSTITAI. in Bismsiar, Boston, Ham ALLSA C. Sam, JVM., Tks Oeatau Oeapasy, TI llnny Itnet, X«w Terk Gltjr. A., St. Paul, A Farm Paper. To those who want a good farm paper we will make the following offer: we will furnish the Weekly FKKK PRKSS one year, a copy of "Our Family Physician," and the Dakota Farmer, all for (3.50. The Dakota Farmer is a large, semi monthly journal, published at Huron, the regular price of which is$l per year, and is worthy the patronage of all South Da kota farmers. This is an excellent offer "CAPITAL CITY SHOE STORE" Captured its name before the Capital was thought of by many residents of South Dakota. Now I keep a complete stock of Ladies' fine band sewed shoes in all the Jasts, A, B, C, D. E, EG, FFand GG, com mon sense last, also mens', the finest in the market, hand sewed. ALL KINDS OF RUBBER GOODS. Don't fail to ?ee my stock before buying. John Kiewel. $3000: Tear In tli«lr own A YEA 1 1 undertake tohrirffy teachtn/falrljr luMHirvHt •ex, wlio ran read and writr, and who, after Instruction, will work ludmtrfoualjr, how to rarn Tkrw Tfatmaand Itellan lo-alUle«(wlirrp wr they lire.] will alao ftimltb the situation or em|i]oj'tn«ntlat lileli you ran ««ani IItat amount. No mouer for me untras aucveaalut aa above. Kn»lly and quicUjr learned. I dealre but one worker from eacii dUlrlct or county. I have already taught and provided with eniplot ment a large number, who are making over SOOO a year cat h. If* iSl and NOKI ll Full particular* FKKK Adilrrta at oitce, G. AtLISiV, 11 ox 420, Aiicnaut, Maine* 6000,00 a year t* beingr made by John R. Goodwln,Troy,N.V.,nt work for lie. Header* you may not make a» much, but we can teaeh youquU-kly how to earn from 96 to *10 a day at the start, and mure aeyoa fo an. Both »«ac», all ayes. In any part of [America, you can commence at borne, (iv tug all your tirae.or a para momenta only to the won. All is new. tfrrat parSDufor every worker. We start you, Airolshlng •verythinr. EASILY, SPEEDILY learned. l'ARnCULAUS^ FUEE^Addreeeat oace. ftltkbOX to., rOBTLABP, BA1XB. Snug little fortune* have been fnadeal work for us, by Anna Cafe, Austin* ,Te*a», aud Jno. Knnn, Toledo, Ohio, lee cut. Others are doingaawelL Why lot you? Home earn over #199.00 a Mouth. You cau do the work and live it home, wlierrwr you are. Kven be* sinner* are easily earning from to •to* day. All ages. We show you bow and etart you. Can work f» ajiare lime or all the time, llig money for work ers. Failure unknown among tbem. NEW aud wonderful, rartii-ularefree. HH01»orUuud,llai»» [First publ cation May 14.1 Foreclosure Notice. To Frank O. Moore, mortgagor, and M. 1. SchounwHler and Thop. l. Hailday, junior in cumbrtncers: Take notice: Default In payment existing on a mortgage dated the 10th day of tune. 1885, snd recorded the 13th day of Jane, 1885, at 10:80 o'olook a. m.. In book 2-J. page 3T3, made by Prank (!. Moore (an unmarrird mxn) to W. W. McDonald, trustee, and assigned to Battle A. Burr, and recorded in book 27. page 557, on the soatb half of northeast qu rterand north half of roiithexst quarter of section number twen ty-seven (37). township number out hundred and twelve (112) north of range number seven ty-six (76) west of the Sib P. M„ $373 93 belnar due thereon at tbis date. 8a!d mortgage will be foreclosed to satisfy tbe amount doe, with costs and expenses of sale and (100 attorney fee, as provided In said mortgage, by sale of the said premises at public auction at the front door of the court house in tbe City of Pierre and County ot Jgbes and State of 8outb Da kota, on theil7th day of June, 1891, at 3 o'clock £. m., by the sheriff of said oouuty or b" "Sated Hay 1,1891. IBAAC LINCOLN. Aa»nt for Assignee. CBAWVORDA DILAHD Attorneys. [first publication April S3.] Final Proof Notice. Land Office at Pierre, 8. D., April 18, 1891.— Notice is hereby given that Ike followlng-nam ed settler has sled notice of his intention to' mske flnsl proof In rapport of his claltn.and that said proof .will be made before the register and receiver of United States land office at Pierre, S. D.,Juoe 1,1801, at 10o'clock a. m.. vis: 8lgrid Westlond. widow of Olof J. Westlund, homestead application No.-, 10,689, for the north east qnsrter of section 11, township 113. range 78. She name* the fpllpwma.witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via: Oarl Krik Bk. Aron M. Carl aon, Sveu Risk, JohnHundherg, all of Pierre 8. D. L. U. BAIUCV, Rtirlster. LPirst publloation April 80.1 ANNtlAliRTATIUlKNT For the Vear Bailag Uei-ember 11, A. D. 189©. Of the ooadltinn and affairs of the Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance coinpsuy, of Uart. ford. organlsed a»dsr tbe Iswsof tbestate of Co» lied lout, made to tbe sudltir of the state •ald .tate lD Attorney for servlce or procr.it in tbe state ofSouth Dakota. R. B. 6t'-nrn Pierre. Organised of Incorporated May 1866. Com menced business of life insurance April, 1867. CAPITA!,. Amountof capital stock. 250.00000 Amount of capital stock actually paid In cash '2SO.OOO.OO ASSETS or THE COMPANY. The value of its real estate In .. .$ 196,864.69 The each on hn In Its office Ir.. 1,318 SO The carh on deposit In Bank Is 65,863.03 The csrb in hands of a (rents snd In course tf transmission Is .... 204 91 Bank stocks owned by the c»m- pany Total assets 9 1,83(1,648.15 LIABILITIES. Amount of losses adjusted bnt not yet dan and amount of losseB unadjusted Amount of claims for Ios.-eg re sisted Amount required to safely re insure all outstanding risks Amount cf nil otber existing claims against tbe company.... Tota1 ecoendltures MI.-CELI.AKEOUR. Greatest amount insured on any one life Whole amount of premiums re ceived In or from the state of 8oulh-Dakota during tbe }ear Amount paid for losses in Houih akotftdurln tbeyear 1890 Whole number of policies la«n dur ngear 8,401 Amount of Insurance etf. cted th rcby Total amonnt of risk outstanding.. Total cash value of nil policies out standing Number of agents in the state of 8outh Dakota 2 STATE OF CONNECTICUT. I ('OUNTV or HARTFORD. H. A. Whitman. President, and Stephen Ball. Hecretary of tbe Hartford Life and Annuity in surance company, being duly sworn poge and sav that the foregoing is a ull, true and cor rect statement of the affairs of said company that the sa Insurance company! tbe bona tide owner or at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual cash capl.al. Invested in the state and United States stocks and bonds, or in bonus and mortgages of real estate un ncum be red and worth doub tbe amount for which tbe same is mortgaged, and they are tho above described officer** ofsaid insurance «om- gRAPHKIR sny. H. A. WHITMAN, President. BALI* Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me tbis 87th day of January, 1891. [SEAL.] ISAIAH BAKER, thereof-"®4 Purtuance of the laws of President, A. Whitman Vice President, W. C. Jlllson Becrrtary, Stephen BUI princl psl office, 930 Asylum 8t., Hartford, Conn. Notary Public. STATE OP BOOTH DAKOTA—Auditor's Of flre—Insurance Department. I. L. 3. Taylor. Auditor of tbe State of South Dakota, do hereby cert fy that the above is a true oopy If the original statement now on flic at ttils office. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my band and affixed the seal of thla offica at Pierre this 27th day ot March 1891. I SEA!*! L. C. TAYLOR, Auditor. STATE OF SOUTH KOTA—Office -of State Auditor— epartment of Insurance—Com pany's CertiScate of Authority. When bereas. The Hartford Life and Annuity In surance company, a corporation organized un d"r the laws of Onnecticut, has filed In tbis of fice aswirn statement exhibiting Us cond tlun and business for the year ending December 31, 1890. conformable to the requirements of tbe laws of this sta.c regu.atlng the business of insur nee and Whereas, The said company has died In this office a duly certified copy of its charter, with certificate of organization. In compliance with tbe requirements of tbe Insurance law afore said Now, therefore, I. L. C. Taylor, Auditor of the State of South Dakota, pursuant to tbe ovisions of said laws, do hereby certify that tbe above named company Is fully empowered, through its authorized agents, to transact its appropriate business of lire Insurance in this state, aocordlng to law* thereof, until the 31st day of December, A. D. 1891. In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set my band and seal at Pierre, this 27th day of March. A. D. 1891. 18KAL] L.C.TAYLOR, Auditor. PROPOSALS For tbe Erection of Building*, Steam Heatlug and Plumbing Apparatus, etc. United States Indian School Service, Pierre Industrial School, South Dakota, May 6,1891. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for erection of buildings, steam beating, plumb ing, e'c.,"as the case may be, and|addressed to the nndersigned at Pierre. S. D., will be re ceived until 1 o'clock of June 1,1891, for furn ishing the materials and erecting on the school gonse, rounds a hospital building, hose house, boiler store house and an addition to the school building, in accordance with plans and specifi cations that may be examined at the OIBCP of the Press and Dakotlan, of Yankton, 8. D. and at this school also for putting steam heat and plumbing in certain buildings, and furn ishing and delivering at tbis school a variety of bniiding materials, a full list and description of which may be obtained by application to the undersigned. Bidders are required to state the proposed price for each building, and for each article prop red to be urnisbed. CEBTtriBD CHECKS, "f VS Each bid mUBt be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon some United States depos itory or solvent national bank in tbe vicinity of the bidder's plaoe ot business, made payable to the order of the commissioner of Indian af fairs, for at least per oent of the amount of the propotal, whtcb check or draft will be for feited to tkeiUnited States in ease-any bidder or bidden receiving an award shall' fall to promptly execute a contract with good and sufficient sureties, otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash In lieu of certified checks will not be considered. The right is reserved to reject any or sll bids or any part of any bid, if deemed best for tbe interest of tbe service. OKOOBT O.DAVIB, Superintendent. (First publication April 9.) Mortgage Sale. Whereas, Default has been made in the payment of the principal on the money se cured by a mortgage dated the SSnd day of August, A. D. 18m, executed by Charles L. Hyae, of the city of-Sloux Fails, in tbe county of Minnehaha and Territory, of Dakota, now State of South Dakota, to Alexander D. Mar riott, of the City of Pierre, fa. the County- of Hughes, and Territoiy of Dakota, now State of South Dakota. and which mortgage was record ed in the office-ofthe register of deeds of the .county of Hugbes, territoryof Dakota now state of South Dakota in book 25 of mortgages on page 402. on the 23rd day of August, 1S&, at Stw o'clock p.- m. and Whoreaa. ftoactlon or proceedings at law or otherwise tuive been instituted to reoover the br ,ald 304,46-1.00 35,000.00 349,540.00 898,628.08 Total liabilities $ 1,587,633.08 INOC ME nCRIKO YEAR 1890. Amount of net cash premiums re ceived....... 1,812,580.61 Amnunt of Interest received from all sources 42.409.G2 Amount received from all otber sources 8,127.31 Total Income 1,363,097.54 EXPENDITURES DURING TEAR 1890 Amount paid for losses $ 837,167.55 Amount of dividends paid to policy holders Amount to stock holders Amountof commissi nsand sal aries paid to agents ... Am -unt paid to office for sal aries and otber perquisites Am unt paid for taes Amount of all otber payments and expenditures 167.621.00 mortWe »h^VflJI?!f"ultJOP Sefnult1'ar?d 48.440.00 Railroad stooks 46,136 00 dtocl'S and bonds of (Jnltsd States and all otber bonds owned bv 1 company.. Miscellaneous stock Accumulated reserve fnnd of company's safety fnnd dep't. deposited with Security com pany, Hartford, trustee Mortuary claims against member ship In force In coinpanv's safe ty fund dep't. not yet doe Amount of loans secured by first mortgage on real es'ate Amount ol all other bonds and loans, tbow secured) policy loans, Interest Amountof interest due and un paid 17.600 00 2,875.00 861,117.23 836,000 00 2S9.230.69 85,3r8.81 8,869.64 or any,»i^j ^hereaa, It was stipulated In said mortasni^. !ir anl "JjLi'i" """'d be made in tbe payment'^ ofany portion of the principal or inter" same, should bem*d0 ,n the payments thtt SIKIKd tO t)6 N8€Mfld AH gg|ll-Bn then'tS«riSf?relhebecome deilnqaenttji pr,nclp'1 0 O a a a re a I by tbe said mortgagor „-0-, „T1Q "r'. mortgage^nd' ,h 't 8R'd mortBa*or 7ho1e amount of the prlntiipij^ inu intoitst bas becomn dni h« Maann -*%m. h"* aMaw.!.»uel|^ becomo duo reason of. ^Whereas. The whole amount claimed to be' nntil*tt"i mortgage,*. at thegdate of thf notice, is tho sum of One Thousand Snd Sixty*i it' ai m? "I','1 *ty-nlnei Cents (tlO04.69r&ifi ^lt. $1,000principal,and $Ii0 interest iMildMl^ jnm of Ponr (4) Diiiore Mid Slxty-VlM Cents fortaxesnecess»r!]y paid by said mort-^ gagee, Alexander D. Marriott, nnd Inte est and ten (10) dollars attorney's fees allowed Now, therefore, Notice is hereby given, tl nJ'nlJ of.the power of sale contained In dnM?® mortgage, snd duly recorded a* aforesaid, and-l in pursuanoe ofthe sUtutes In such case madfl-^ 5S. pJ?vlde1' 'J18 tald mortgage will be ftna'.W- closed by a sale of the mortgaged premisea'A Sj'f'i1 described, at public auction at tho frontdoor or the conrt house in tbe City of1 oir.TfSilv untJL of.1n*hp" *nd State of South Dakota, on the lBtb doy of May, 1891, 'u the afternoon of that d»y. he mortgaged premises are situated £,n!un °S Hn»be8 nnd State of South Dakota, and are described as follows, to-wit: The east one-half IK. HI of the south west quurtor[S. W. of section firtcen flBl in Township tine Hundred Eleven lllll. Range Seventy-nliie [!l] west of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing Eighty  acres, more or less, according to government survey. of Aprif 1881 "C' S°Uth Uako,a'11,19 lniJler 40.298.44 20,000.00 11 47.870.80 12,97".28 115.401.08 1,241,329.15 15.000.00 1,209.00 5,000.00 16,198.000.00 78,036,000.00 349.M0.0 I 2nd ALEXANDER D. MARKIOTT, HORNER A STKWAKT, Mortgagee. Attorneys for Mortgagee. (J [First publication May 7, last June 18.] Jj. mortgage Sale. Whereas, Di fault has been made In the oar "!ien.V0to,.6e^.money secured by a mortgage dat••9 ed tbe 8tb day of June. A. D. 1886, executed by Florence McLaughlin and Wilson McLaugb- Whereas, No action or proceeding* at law or otherwise have been instituted to recover the thereof0" 8a^ wa""'pulated Now, therefore. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, aud duly recorded as aforesaid, and in pursuance of tbe statutes In such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged prem ises therein described, at public auction, by tbe sheriff of Hughes county or his deputy, at the front door of the court house in the City of Pierre, and County of Hughes, and State of South. Dakota, on the 90ih day of June 1891, at 8 o'clock in tbe afternoon of that day. Tbe mortgaged premises are situated In the County of Hugbes, in the State of 8outh Dako ta. and are descr bed as follows, to-wit: The southeast qnart»r of section eight (8) in township one hundred and twelve (119!) north range sevente-four (74) west, containing 160 acres. Doted at Huron, S. D., this 1st day of May. A. D. 1891. SOPHIA HIGBV, Mortgagee. C. M. HARRISON. Attorney for Mortgagee. First publication April 9. mortgage Sale. Whereas. Default has been made In the pay- ment of the interest, and principal on thi. mon ey secured by a mortgage dated the 16th day of October, A. D. 1889, executed by R. S. Wha ten, of the County of Lake and Territory ot Da kota, now State of South Dakota, to A. R. Mai rlott, of the County of Cook and 8tate ot Illinois, and which mortgage was recorded in tbe office of tbe giBter of deeds of tbe Countv of Hughes. Territory of Dakota, now 8tato of South Dakota, in book 35 of mortgages, on page 566. on the 18th day of October, 1889, at 1:40 o'clock p.m. and Wbereas, No action or proceedings at law or otherwise have been Instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof Whereas. It was stipulated in said mortgage that if default would be made In of auy portion lyatt Whereas. Tbe whole amount of tbe principal aud interest has become due by reason ot such defaults and Whereas, The amount claimed to be due upon said mortgage, at the date of tbis notice, Is the sum of Nine Hundred and Bigbiy Dollars and Seventeen Cents [$880.17] towlt: $885.00 principal, and $97.35 interest, besides tbe sum of Forty-seven  Dollars and Blrhty-two,  Cents for taxes necessarily paid by said mortgagee. A. R. Marriott, and interest and. Ten  Dollars attorney's fees allowed by law. 1? husband, of the county of Rughia and Territory of Dakota, now State of South Dakota, toi Sophia Higby, of tbe State of Wis-' consin, and which mortgage was recorded in the oflli-e of tbe register of deeds of tbe County of Hughes and Territory of Dakota, now Mate of South Dakota, in book 84 of mortgi on page 598, on tne 16th day of June, lr 8 o'clock a« m. and mortgag-e or any part in said mortgage that a failure to nay any money secured by said mortgage, either principal or interest, or any portion thereof when tbe same should be come due, or in case of a failure of the mort gagor to pay any tsxes assessed or to be as sessed against the premises covered by said mortgage, or in case of a violation of any of tbe conditions contained in said mort gage, then and in that ense the whole sum se cured by said mortgage, both principal and in terest. shall at once become due an payable, and said mortguge subject to 'mmediate fore closure. at the option of the mortgagee. Whereas. Said mortgage was given to secure a note of 8600. of even dute with said mort gage, executed tbe mortgagors to the mortgagee, with interest payable annually at 7 per cent until paid, and the interest due November 1. 1889 and 181)0 is due and unpaid. Whereas. Derault has been made In the pay ment of the taxes assessed on said real proper ty us agreed by the said mortgagor in said mortgage anil Whereas, The amount claimed to be due uion said mortgage at tbe date of this notice Is the sum of Seven Hundred and Five Dollars 18705). towlt: $000 principal and (105 inf-rest, besides the sum of One Hundred and Ninety six Dollars and Eleven Cents for taxes neces sarily paid by said mortgagee, including Inter est thereon since payment, said taxes being for years 1886.1887,1&8, 1888 and 1890 and Seven ty-five t»ollars attorneys' fees stipulated for in said mortgage. Now. therefore. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale'contalned in said mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in pursuance ot the statutes In such oase made and provided, the said mortgage will be fore closed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, at public auction at tbe front door of tbe court house in the City of Pierre and (County of Hughes and State of South Dakota, on the 16th day of May,: 1891, at 8 o'clock in tbe afternoon of that day. The mortgaged premises are sttuatet in the County of Hughes and State of South kota, and are described as follows, towlt: Lots eight (8) and ten (10 in block one-j hundred and four (104) of WeilB Seoond addl- ,. tion to the Town, now City, ot Pierre, as said )0t« are laid down and described In the plat of, said addition and recorded in tbe offioe of the register of deeds of Hughes county, Dakota- Dated at Pierre. 8outh Dakota, this Snd day of April, A. D. 1891. A. H. MARRIOTT, HORNER A STEWART, Mortgagee. Attorneys for Mortgagee. [First publication April 8&.1 Foreclosure Notice. To Alfred F. Heed and Anna M. Reed, mort-.\ gagors, and Belle D. Stebblns, Laird. Norton®! Co., and Clarence N. Hawley, junior lnoam-1 brancers: Take notice: Default In payment existing'.1 on a mortgage dated March 1,1888, and rseorfe'3 ed MarchH. 1888.at Staoo'clock p. m., In book H, page astt made by Alfred F. Reed and: Anaa£s M! Reed (his wife) to W. W. McDonald, truster and assigned to Bllaa Tabor, and reoorded ta book 48, page 877. ou the southeast quarter aff section no. six (6), township No. one ksndret and twelve (119, north of range aeventv-alx frft^ weet of the Fifth P. being, dae vc„ thereon at this date tor principal.. inter*®! eat and taxes. Said mortgage will..'.be a,6,« foreoloasdto satisfy .the amount due. wlth-^sSS Id pn ifthe com _in the aty iHerwfeje. County ot HughekanifBtate of South. DakotaiS-^ on the Mh day of Jane, 18B1, at 9 o'clook p. by the sheriff of aald county or bis d«puty. j\ door ol Dated April 90,1891. -I -iPl| 1 the payment of tbe principal or interest the time the same should become ue, or If default be made In the payment ot the taxes assessed or to be assessed oh said premises before tbe same become delinquent, then the whole sum, both principal nnd Interest at once became due bereas, Default bfis been made in the pay ment of the taxes assessed on said real prop erty as agreed by tbe salt, mortgagor in said mortgage and mAO LmCOLW.- .-# Agent forAsslgnea.' Ciuwroao & D*LAHD, Attorneys.