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Bj S. IIEWELLi THK WKIiKLV l'IMil: I'ltKN*, Eight papci contniiiiuir a summary of the neWR of the week, both foreign anil local publiBbcil every Thursiltiy. pugtHire paiil to any address for one year, 81.5l six months, '76conts three months. 40 cents. When sub scription is In arrears one year or over ii will be churned nt the rate of fJ per year. Advertising rates made known on applica tion, either in person or lv letter. ItKIM 1ILI4 AN TM KI.T. Niilloiml. l-'or President of the 1'nited States— HKX.I A MIX IIA Hi: I SON. of Indiana. For Vice President WIUTKl.AW KKIIh of New Vol! CA7IIMIUN l'\I TION, South Dakota's eight votes were east, according to instructions, for Harrison. It is true that when the slate was readi ed on the roll call enough voles were already secured to make a majority for him, but the man who will attempt lo assert that a pan of iliu delegation wouid have gone otherwise if there had been a show for !n defeat i- a disor ganize and evilly disposed towards harmony and success in the p..i:• The men who were on the South Dakota delegation are hmnrahlc and have al ways liornesucli a reputation. The Kitci: I'ukss knows by word of mouth from one or more of our delega tion that their dearest wish such ca pacity as they acted would have been to vote for lilame tis the nominee, but, while expressing such preference, they at the same time stated that should the people of the state unanimously petition them to vote such preference they would not, but would follow out in the line of the lir-t instructions given at our state convention. For the sake of harmony and good feeling now let no one insinuate that their intentions were false, and that Harrison would have received their votes if lie didn't need them and would not if lie did. All such back biting and ill-natured work is out oi place and un warranted, and will surely result in chilling some of the best party workers in the state. We have an important campaign before us and one in which South Dakota can be made to appear as the banner republican state in the union by a course of unity and good feeling on all sides. The nominee of the Minneapolis con vention one whom every republican can work for with energy and enthusi asm. Harrison's record is without a Haw and his support will prove even better and greater than it did during the campaign lour years since. There is no need to dwell upon the achievements I that entitle him lo the loyal support of every man with republican sentiments. His administration as president, his public record prior to that and his char acter as a private citizen have always been par excellence in all respects. His nomination the second time is a wholesome endorsement of his private and public worth, and his reelection as surely as next November rolls around will be a handsome recognition and en dorsement of the honesty and ability of one of the ablest and best of men who have' ever graced the walks of life. All forces should and must at once unite in securing lo him ag^in the prize to which he is entitled by reason of the services he has already given. Espec ially is this so in this state, where there .is and can be no excuse for any to sulk within their tents. Let all republicans remember that if the democrats win this fall they will un doubtedly get control of every depart ment of the government and have full swing. The four years Cleveland spent in the white house, handicapped by a republican senate, will be as "inoeuous desuetude''itself compared to the ex ploits of the democracy when in full power and free to let themselves loose. Owing to the peculiar situation, the democrats if' they win this fall, will probably carry everything with them. They have not had such a chance since the war, and they are getting ready for such a tight as is not often seen. If there ever will be a time for republicans to sulk or lose or throw away their votes it is not this year. Gov. McKinley, of Ohio, is not only the heir presumptive but the heir ap parent to the presidential nomination in 1890. Just as sure as McKinley lives will he be chosen president of the Unit ed States. There is a man who embod ies all the best virtues of an American statesman. He is one whom it is only too easy to admire, respect and work for. Upon McKinley rests tbe hopes of the republican party and good govern ment in the near future. Harrison is the only republican who has carried New York since Garfield did. Those two great American pa triots, Patrick Henry and Chauncey M. Depew, have reiterated the saying that the best way to judge the future is by the past, and consequently Harrison is elected to carry New York again, and is elected to be elected. It seem to be a growing conviction that some farmer should be nominated for governor this year. The FKEE PKESS does not see, however, why any man who is worthy and well qualified, no matter from what class he hails, would not answer the purpose. We want a man for tlx whole people. If a farmer is found who can meet these re quirements best let him be nominated. If not, a merchant, a professional man, a mechanic or somebody else should be recognized according to the litness they may have. It is surprising what a strong Harri son organ our contemporary, the Capi tal, has become since the convention, and what an awful bad opinion it has of l'ettigrcw and others who coinbatted that nomination. It is strange such views were not always held from thai source, instead of an evident attempt to hedge. Perhaps there is some internal revenue in sig.it in view of contingen cies that may happen in our coming county convention. .fames (i. Blaine has thus early ap peared publicly and stated that his best ell'ort.s will be given to secure the reelec tion of Benjamin Harrison. Please ob serve that Blaine never yet was known to sulk in his tent when there was alight on hand. He has done more good work for republican success than any man who has lived. His is the type of American statesmanship that the I-'kke Pkks- honestly admires. I I The Capital exclaims: "Th? last turn of the. political horoscope rather changes the condition of the war on the govern or by the Pettigrew clans." It seeming ly has changed the condition of the Cap ital mind and given it a struggling tin ger-hold upon the end gate of the band wagon. Such •remarks as those quoted are not calculated to bring peace and unity to the republican cause. The two great essentials that will con. tribute to South Dakota's great prosper ity this year are a bountiful harvest and republican success at the polls. With these two assured the boom will be big. Without them then will be next to Ethiopian darkness. Cutarrli 1111*1 Im Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they eannoi reaeh tbe seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blomi or constitutional disease, ami in oilier to cure it von have to take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on tic blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca tarrh Cuie is no quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years ami is a reirular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the blood pnritier.-, acting directly on tin mu cous surfaces. The perfect combination of the mvo ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curituz catarrh Send for testimonials free. !•'. .1. Ciiknkv A Co.. Prop.. Toledo. O. Sold by drutrtrists. price T.'ic. I iwlcpcndcilt Ntiile i'oll veiltloll. On account of tic state convention of thi'independent party, the Chicago and Northwestern Railway company will sell excursion ticuets_ from all stations in South Dakota to licdlield anil return at half rates—one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sali'.1 une 'in lo inclusjve anil aooii for return until .lunc :in. For tickets and fuii information apply to agents Chi cago and Northwestern railway. Cm to Kemp Bros, for your wall paper and window shades. Wall paper at cts. per roll and upwards. They have the irreatest variety in stock. REAL ESTATE RECORD. Transfer* Tor Iti'ronl With (lie llenisler ol' Heeds. II Wynu to A II Arnold and Irene Fppsiein. lots 1 and block i. Third Railway addition ^:s,5iji S Dniek 1 0 ], A Harris, undivided one-half interest in northwest quarter of northwest quarter see linn township 111, raui.'e7',i jijij .1 Bilks to I Hammond, south west quarter section l!i. township 11:.'. range Til l.iiiKj W Couch to O lliekey. lots :.\"i to :s, block l.". Highland Park addi tion 140 .1 .1 Kleiner to W It Couch, lots to Its. block l.'i. Highland Park addi tion 'r, W Love, trustee, to A Schenko witz, lot 24. block .", half interest in lots r, and block Capital Syndicate addition 200 II Kerley to 11 A Sclienkowitz, lot HI. block half of lot 27. block Capital Syndicate addition y~ W Love, trustee, to W Metlrath. lot 20. block half of lots 25 and 2i'i. bloek 2, Capital Syndicate ad dititn 200 W Mctirath 10G A Sclienkowitz. lot 20. block a, half of lots 2a and 21 block 2, Capital Syndicate addition 00 Stevens to S W Laiusen, north west quarter section 22. township 112. range 77 2f)0 A Jarvis to .Jackson, south west quarter section 39, township 111. range 74 1.000 E Prentice to llodgeblootn, lots to H, block ", and lots 23 to 28, block 7, Prentice and Pettigrew addition .« 0,(XK) Western Town Lot Co to A Rock well. lots 3 tot', block iK), Fifth Railway addition 800 JC Eager to A Coleman, lot IS, block 13s, Wells Second addition.. .10 PIOXKEU An eruption, no matter how slight, warns you and every one who sees it that your blood isn't pure. If you're Wise, you'll heed the warning. You'll look about for a remedy. And this is what -^you'll find: plenty ines ad- of medicines vertised to purify the blood, but just one that's guaranteed—and that is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discrverv. It's a medicine that 'Boes what is promised for it—that's the reason. It rouses every organ into healthy action, purifies and en riches the blood, and through it cleanses and renews tho entire Bystem. All Blood, Skin and Scalp Diseases, from a common eruption to the worst Scrofula are cured by it. For Tetter, Salt rheum. Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors, and Swellings, it's an unequaled remedy. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every case, you have your money back. You pay only (or the good you get. Befuae substitutes, offered at lass pries* N.K.FAIRBAN:K IMCOFESMONALtAlinS. DW. HOHINSON. M. D., Member State Hoard of Health. oiNeo over tho First National Hank. (Mice honrv from J] to 12u. in. and ton p. ni. A LltKKT CiVNPEKSON. Attorney at Law. Firt stairway oast of t'ntimt Slates land olliee, MerehantV block, Pierre, S.l). JI5WELKY STOUE-Edtablish^l in Pierre in iss:}. A larne slock of all kinds of Watches, cJoekfi, Jewelry, Silverware ami Spectacles. Repairing a Specialty. Forty one 3*eftr5 experience. 11. Heitzeiman. A SHINING LIGHT. *i:« I*I: IT M: PEOPLE'S MARKET Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry. Lrtnl. Ktc., Constantly 011 Hand. Game sin I SAY! BUY A CAKE OF apd thapk w.e your alteration 1* Mi** This is the Lighthouse to direct you to the place for Bargains in Boots and Fine Shoes of all kinds. JOHN KIEWEL, Pierre, S. D. FRANK PRICE, Fish Fridays PIEHH1-: STRKKT. E N E A GREENOUGH A W A E First publication (une 16. Summon** State of South Dakota, Sixtb judicial circuit, ert In the circuit coutt iu and for Hughes county. Warren E. Kingsbury, plaintiff, v* D. W. Foun tain, Ida M. Fountain. William H. Fountain. William Getty and George B. Lazier, defend ants, The«Statc of South Dakota ecndr greeting to for calling MANUFACTURE) i' 1 7 I. W. Fountain. Ida M. Fountain, William Fountain and (ieorire B. Lazier, defendants Von are hereby sumiuum'd arid required to answer tho complaint in tliie artion which will be tiled on the Wbd»y of .June, A. 1). 1sth.', in the olNee of the clerk of the cir cuit court thin and for the county of Hujrhes state of South Dakota, at the court hou*c in the city of i'iirre, cminty of lluirhc- niui to .-ervea copy of votir answer on the nubserib ers at their olliec on Dakota avenue in the City of Fierre South Dakota. within thirty days alter the service of this summon*, exclu sive of the day of service. If you fail t«auMver tho complaint within that time thr plaimitf will apply to tin* court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at IMcrrc.S. I), this 1th day of .fune. A. ItWJ. limtNr.K vV MTKWAltT. IMaintitV^ Attorney*. To tho defendants above mimed: You' are hereby notified that the complaint in the above entitled action was iiled in the otlice of the clerk of the circuit court. Hoirhes ciunty. South Dakota, on the yth day of June. 1 bWJ. HOUNKU A: STKWAKT, I'laintiffV Attorney. F. O.I'ierrc, ni. Dak. First publication June Hi. Foreclosure Sule. Wherea?. Default ha*- been made in tho con ditions of a certain trust deed, or mortua^e. executed by Krvinc Clapp, single to Win. (J. Nixon, trustee, for Wm. F. Haird beuetiei ary, dated November Vud. ls-v",. ami rcL'orded in the otlice of the register »f deeds in and for the County of Hughes. Territory of Dakota tnow State of Soul Dakota# in book of mortjrutres upon pane 10. upon the :th day of November, at Ii :.V o'clock a. ut.: and. Whereas,Thesutn claimed to be due at the date of this notice is Four Hundred Thirteen Dollars vjy.t principal and interest, besides f-'oo attorney's fee. Now Therefore. Notice i* hereby pivm that by virtue of the default at-:i'suid, and in pur suance of the power of sale contained in said triift deed or mort«:a*re. and of the statute in such ease made and provided, said tru-t deed or mortjraKe will he foreclosed by a sale of the premises therein described by the sheritT of said HnjrhCf county. South Dakota, or his duly authorized deputy, at the front door of theeourt house in the city of Fierr«». South Dakota, upoi* the 7th day »»f Auuust. A. D. ix**, at two o'clock p. in. The niortLMired pretni-es are situated in the County of Mushes. State of Miuth Dakota, and are described as follows to wit: Thcsouthwest ijuartcr !-w'.i| of Miction thirteen J^. township one huitdrcd and eleven [\W\, rature seventy-six «'ontainimr b»0 a»re.-:. Dated at Pierre. D., -lune la. lsirj. WM. F. HA MM). Henelb'iar.v. Chas. H. Hi ukk. Attorney for Heneticiary. Morteragr© Sale. PefatiH lias been made in the conditions of a moriuage eotitttii-itur power ol sale" dated M:h .fanuary, l.s^l. and recorded on the btb Jair. y, iss4, in tlie otiiee of the He^ister oi Dccusol 1 iu^heCounty. Terri tory of Dakota, n«»w Stat* ot South 1'akoth, in I'tiok -t, oJ' Mortiraue-. pa 17 whereby Joseph Edward I'inire-and Liddie L.hii* wile Mort^a^o-ur", inonvja^ed to the i.'olotuai cC United Stutes Mnrtxa:e Company-Limited mortgagee, the south west quarter of section iweiitv-eijrht in to\Mtliip one buiulred and eleven in range «even tv-four iu said Hughes County South Dakota, by which deiau't, th# power of sab* ha* become operative, and no action or proceeding Jit law ba been iti-tit ut ed to recover the debt remaining secured thereby, or any part thereos. The Rinount claimed to be'due on uid mort^ape at th« date hereol^ is to whicn amount s-hould be added tiie taxes on -aid property paid by said Mortgagee.amounting within tere.-t provided ifi -aid mort^UL'e to $22.77, makinu' the ltai amount claimed to be due at the date hereof on said inort^au'c I-5S1.U0. Now. notice i* hereby given, that by virtue of said power, suid mortgage will be foreclosod and said premises fold at public auction by the sheriff- of said county, or his deputy, the :oth July 1S'.I2. at 2 o'clock o'clock P. M., at the frontdoor ot the Court Hotts« in Pierre South Dakota, to pay suid debt, interest, attorney's lees and disbursement* allowed by law Dated Dt June, 1S52. COLONIAL A: UNITED STATES MOKT GAiE (,'OMPANY-LLMITED, Mortgagee. A. EASTMAN «k J. V. ULAKE At torneys. Morteacre Sale- Default has lipen mii'l'' in the conditions of a inc rt tinge conlaining jiowvr of sale dated L'.'ird Noveiuljer. uutl rycorileii oo the lOlli Deouinliur, lss-'J. in tli«ollice ofthe Regisler iif'Uei'iis ol iiiitilic?(.'ounty, Terri tory of Dakota, now Stall' of.South Dakota, in l'.ouk 4 ,ol Mortya^es, jiajje 10, wlicrehv, John Melody ami Jennie his wile, MortuajreorK." luorttaued to the Colonial United States Mortgage Ooiniuny-l,iiniti'd Mortgagee, the south east quarter ot section twenty-eight, in town shipoiie hundred and twelve in range seven ty six in Baid Hughes County, South Dako ta, by which default the power ol sale has be come operative, and no action or proceed ing at law has tieen instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby or any part thereof. The amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof, is IC24.3C, to which amount thould be added the taxes on said property paid by said Mortgagee, amounting with interest ni pro Tided in said mortgage to £12.04, making the total amount claimed to be due at the date hereof on said mortgage $657.00. The said mortgage was duly assigned by the said Colonial & United States Mortgage Company-Limited to Maria Ord dated 6th March, 1834, and recorded in said of fice of the RegisterofDeeds 31st March 1884, in Book 1 of Mortgages on page 351. The said Mortgage was alterwards assign ed by the said Maria Ord to the Colonial A United States Mortgage Company* Limited. Dated 21st July, 1801, and recorded in said office of the Register of Deeds, 19th August, 1891, in Book 00 of Mortgages, on page 031. Now, notice is hereby given, that by Tirtue of saiu power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the sheriff ofsaid county, or his deputy, on the 30th July, 18U2 at 2 o'clock P. M,, at tlie front SOOT of the Court House in Pierre, South Dakota to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fee* ana disbursement* allowed by law. Dated 1st June, 1892. COLONIAL & UNITEDSTATES-MOHT GA.GE COMPANY-LIMITKD, Ainigneeof Mortiaeee. A. V. EastmahSi J. F. Blakx, Attorney!. HAKRISON WAS HAPPY Ill lipiii£»- KciioininiUoil. lnit His Joy Was Nothing Compiim! to That of A Boy That Gets a New Suit of Clothes —What is Home Without That Hov. Ksju'cially it" lie is as Kriirht Pcfnult hn« beou rnnde in tbe condition! •t mortfriHKc containing )*o\ver of sale dut *d 21t April, and rocordcd on tbclMtb, April, lS.V, in the office oi the lU'KiMer of Deeds ot Hugbt'K County. Terri tory of Dakota, now Mate of South Dako ta. in Hook^oiMorfgu^c.". pujjes 148, to 151, whereby ilUain \V. Airhurt.and Almira hi.-- wiJu AIur*i-.geon«, mortirttg^d to George Brown Mortgage* the northeast quarter of section twenty-two in township one hundred and twelve in ran^e sevpntv si.\ iu said Hughes County, South Dako ta, by whieh default, the power ot sale has become operative, and no action or pro ceeding at law ban been instituted to re cover trie debt remaining secured thereby, or any part thereof. The amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof, is $738.-13, to whieh amount should bo added tbe taxes on aid property paid by .said Mortgagee, amounting with* inter est us provided in ?«aid mortgage to $1!7.57 making thetotal amount claimed to bedue *bfc date hereot on said mortgage I he said mortgage wu duly a^-.'gned bv the said George Jlruwu to" the Colonial oc I nited States Mortgage Company-Limit ed. Now, notice is. hereby given, that by vir tue of said power, s»aid mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the nheril!* of said county, oy bis deputy, on the 30tli July, ISifi, at 2 o'cock P. "M., at the from door of the Court House in Pierre South Dakota, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and dis bursement* allowed by law. Dated let June, 18U2. COLONIAL fc UNITED STATES MORT GAGE COMPANY-LIMITED, Assignee oi Mortgagee. A. V. Eastman J. F. Blake, Attorney! Mortgage Sale- Default has been made In the conditions ol mortgage containing powrr of tale datfj 7th October 1884, and recorded on taa 14th October 1884. in tb« office of the Register of Deed* oi Hughes County, Terri tory of Dakota, now State ot Bouth Dako ta, in Book 4 of Mortgages, page 41, whereby Jamea A. Crane itngle Mortgageor, mortgaged to Frederit Barcroft liortgagee the south east quarter ol section tweWe in township one hun dred and eleYen in range seventy-four in aatd Hushes County, South Dakota, by which default, the power of eale has be come operative, and no action or prooeedlng at law has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured thereby, or any part thereof. The amount claimed to fee due on said mortgage at the date hereof, $533.15, to which amount should be addea the taxes on said property paid by said Mortgagee, amounting, with interest aa provided in said mortgage to (113.85, mak ing the total amount claimed to be due at the date hereof on said mortgage $6t1, The said mortgage was duly assigned by the said Frederic Barcroft -o the Colonial & United states Mortgage Company Limited. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be loreclosed and said premises sold at p'iblic auction by the sheriff of paid eounty, or his deputy, on th« 30th July 1892, at 2 o'clock 1\ M., at the front door of the Court House in Pierre, South Dakota, to pay said debt, interest, at torney's iees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated 1st June, 1892. COLONIAL ft UtflTED STATES MORTGAGE COMPANY-LIMITED, As signee of Mortgagee. A. V.Earihan, & J. F. Blakb, At torneys, its Dakota lioys Usually are—In That ('ast Thorp a i-limm- for him some ihiv. lif ter a *urtvssful stun in lif\ t-i l)i, nomin iitcd by tin- pi'opli' to (ill tin- hichcst and most lioniiralilf position in tin- laud—that ol I'lcsidi-nt of the Cniti'il States. TIumc N^iintliiu).' tli,-it makes a smart boy look m" 1 1 euti' ami attractive than a niic stylish suit of Clothes. It not only helps his appearance but cives the little man eorifiiieni'e in himself. We me prepared to dress about a thousand hoys of all ages in and around l'ienv. from the innocent lit tle fellow who feels in the pockets of his lirst pants, to the youth who in a few years will .-ast his lirst ballot for his ehoii'o of president. We have suits of all styles, grades and prices, from the wear resisting *1.."0 coi tonade jacket and pants up to the ~tvitsh cutaway frock suit that assures a young man acres.- tlm best society, and have never before had as large asstirtnienl and never dill our prices please the public bet ter than this season. «Mir hat stuck for our juvenile ru-turners i- all thai ran be desired, and our shirt waists and knee pants cannot fail to please you. We L'lve a base ball and bat with each suit without extra charge and this Will give the boy a chance to be initi ated into the mysteries of the national game. I'oiue early before I he assort men is broken. Yours anxious for husin«»s. I'. HJUiEK A- CO. Th» I'lerre ."}»tIii«*rs. Mort^aire Sale. Ulatchmaker AXEL LINDOUIST, —ii:ai.i:u in— atcln'~, (.'locks, Jewelry, Silvenvifre, Spi'cnu'k's Opticul Cooil, Fiuld Glasses, Ktc. Watches and Jewelry Neally Repaired. I'IKKKK S'I'RKl-.'T. Jeweler. Corner Drug Store MOW lililCK HLol'K. Corner Dakota Ave, and Cotean St. Whore may We found Pure Drugs. Medicines and ChPinicals, ul! Wtundurd Patent Medicince 1 erfumery, Koups. Bruplic*. C'ombs.Supportvrt*! ShouUl. Uraces. Irusseg. Ktc.: Fancv and Tol let urticU|s» Ciu'ars, Gla?-, Paints. Putty, Var nishes, Linsfcd Oil. (ttisolinc nnd Coal Oil, I)ye btuirfj. Heady mixed. J'alnts in jili eolorf. Paint and kalsomtne brui-het». Artists SuvwliPe Toys, hjfpress CartK SMtfbsV etc. Atfcnt fur the Household, New Home. Sinirer. Hartfurd. White and DonieatieSerins: Machines and bewing Machine repairs. Physicians Pre ecriptiHtu and family Medicines carefully compounded. Only Pure Dru^ used and satii taction guaranteed. Everybody invited to Iflve us a trial and it will pay you.* Kcepectfully, M. J. 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