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THE DAILY LEADER.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY* EVE'NG. JAN. 21. 1891 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. •jr mail, 1 year •••J® By mail, fimouth* ».w Py mail, 1 mouths Jsilv. hy r»mw, p«r wwk is TO ADVERTISERS. DAILY LXAOKH MAKE* special feature of (•raishing information concerning the advMi ixser and resources of the city of Madison and the ctaw at large, entitling it to the patronage of advertisers of every elass. J. P. STAHL. Proprietor. Pull R. Godilard severs bis connection -with the Pierre Capital and will more than likely take a sit on his brother's new oeuiocratie daily about to be issued at Sioux Falls. The "Chronical" is a new paper just started at Artesian which comes to our exchange table. It is edited by C. H. Hopkins and takes the place of "The Monitor** projected at Woonsooket two weeks ago and intended for Artesian,but failed to reach there. A $6,000,000 deal has just been con summated between leading real estate speculators in Pierre and a similar party in Huntsville, Alabama, whereby the syndicates exchange ownership of realty to that amount in the respective cities, also retaining much. Milwaukee dispatch, 10: Ht & Tau beneck, chairman Robert Schilling, sec retary, and M. C. Rankin, treasurer, called a meeting of the National Central committee of the people's party to be held in St. Louis Monday, February 22. The purpose of the meeting is to unite, if possible, this and all other so-called reform organizations. If no satisfactory arrangement can be made the committee will call a convention not later than June 1, 1892, for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for president and vice president. Sioux Falls Press, 19: It is stated that information coming directly from an official of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul that the company has de cided to wait no longer in the matter of extending its line into the Black Hills from Chamberlain across the Sioux reservation. The company has had the right of way for several years. The Burlington and Missouri and other lines have built into the Hills and the Mil waukee officials see that they must go into the deal at once. A party of engineers arrived in Chamberlain Sat urday. Argus-Leader, 11): The Huronite will on February 1 branch out as a Republi can organ of the state. The Republican committee has put up a fond and will circulate the paper generally throughout the state, paying nlso for improved news service. Brother Shannon's trip east was productive of more than health. May his smile continually expand. We cannot Bee how this can be. "Out of Politics," the Sioux Falls Press, just announced a few days ago, that it was going to be "the leading republican paper" this fall. Query: Will either of them lead very much. Sioux Falls Press: An insurance man was heard to express the idea yesterday that a war with Chili would cause a tre menduous profit to the insurance com panies. In case of a war every man who enlisted or went under a draft that held a life insurance policy would invalidate the same. It would mean big money for all companies that have such a clause in their policies, and with few exceptions ail companies have such a clause. The above statement points a moral. It illustrates one of the methods by which insurance and similar organiza tions pile up unearned millions of the people's wealth only to use it in after years as a curse, a cause of oppression. The collossal fortunes most of our old line companies have annually paid offi cers and agents beeideB piling up capital in a way that becomes a menace to the liberty and happiness of the people, is simp' appalling. And it is by such trii ... .j as the above. We call anything a trick that will be used to take advant age of people and deprive them of their honest earnings without giving an equiv alent in return, and insurance policies are full of jnst such designs. Innocent people insure for the protection of them selves and their families, in good faith, and when they receive their policies find them full of just such exacting provi sions, or perhaps never notice them at all. Here is an instance where it ap plies with the utmost severity and where it is most needed. The patriotic man who is willing to sacrifice all that is dear to him for his country's sake, if his fam ily could be provided for, finds his accu mulations of years in an insurance com pany cut of, at the very time, perhaps when it will be most needed, and by no fault of his. These insurance companies rejoice over his misfortune. The point is not that insurance companies should take the risk of men's lives engaged in war but that where patriotic men go to defend their country's honor, the com panies should be made to diigorge their unearned tilchings or be prevented in the first place from imposing any such unjust provisions upon the people. In other worjja, they ought to be made to give value received and not allowed to rejoice over ill gotten gains. In a dozen other ways this same criticism applies v, not only to insurance companies but to a great many other species of public rob bery.x riranurf* »f Mrmor}. What a blessed thing is memory! How it brings up the pleasures of the past, and hides its unpleasantnesses. You re call your childhood days, do you not, and wish they would return? You remember fche pleasant associations, while the un-f pleasant ones are forgotten. Perhaps 1o your mind comes the face of some friend. It was once a pale, sad face. It showed marks of pain, lines of care. It seemed to be looking into the hereafter, the un known future. And then you recall how it brightened, how it recovered its rosy hue, how it became a picture of happi ness and joy. Do you remember these^ things? Many people do, and gladly teH how the health returned, how happiness came back, how the world seemed bright. They tell fy©w they were once weak, nerveless, perhaps in pain, certainly un happy. They tell of sleepless nights, restless days, untouched food, unstrung nerves. And then they tell how they became happy, healthy and strong once more. You have heard it often in the past, have you not? You have heard jeople describe how they were cured and kept in health? You certainly can remember what it is that has so helped people in America. If not, listen to what Mrs. Annie Jenness Miller, who is known universally as the great dress reformer, says: "Six years ago, when suffering from mental care and overwork, I re ceived the most pronounced benefit from the use of that great medicine, Warner's Safe Cure." Ah, now you remember. Now you recall how many people you have heard say this same thing. Now you recollect how much you have heard of this great Cure. Now you are ready to admit that memory is usually pleas ing, that the highest pleasure comes from perfect health, and that this great remedy has done more to produce and prolong health than any other dis covery ever known in the entire history of the whole world. Aia special term of court called for Coddington county at Watertown last week, Hon. Geo. A. Mathews raised the point that a judge in South Dakota had no authority under the law to call a special term of court and that all pro ceedings held at the same were null and void. The sudden adjournment of court by Judge Andrews owing to the terrible accident which had just befallen his brothers on the Northern Pacific, pre vented a decision on the matter at the time but will no doubt awaken much interest until decided as there are many instances of legal proceedings at such terms which may be invalidated if the point taken holds good. A OAYS HAPPENINGS. •trims Brio! Items of News Oim UantioM. P. E. Gay lord was found dead in hw fathers bam, near Plain view. Minn. Cause not known. Herman Morris, who shot and killed his son-in-law, William Hurst, near Waupaca has been captured at Steven* Point, VV is. The German reichstag, by a vote of 254 to 41, ha* adopted the commercial treaties entered into between Austria and Germany and Austria and Belgium At Dubuque, la., Joseph A. Benger, an old carpet weaver, was fatally burned in his bed by the bed clothes taking fire from a pipe the aid man was smoking. It is understood that the malady which the empress of Russia is suffering from is a stomach trouble and that Dr. Metzger, who has been summoned to St. Petersburg from Wiesbaden, will treat her by tne massage system for a month. Mrs. Christina Lindgren, of St. Paul, is anxiously seeking information of hei' son, Charles Lindgren, who went tc Dakota with a threshing crew in Sep tember, changed his name to Charles Talbert, and was last heard of Nov. 2C at Leeds, N. D. Hon. 1. V. D. Heard, once one of tin oldest and most prominent attorneys ol the St. Paul bar, as well as one of th« wealthiest,is now in the East completelv broken down in health. He made an assignment last year, and it is now learned that he will not save a dollai from the estate. A Much Delayed Wedding. Miss Florence E. Howell, of Decatur, and George Vandyke, of Louisville, married at midnight, had an eventful experience. Twice had the wedding daf been fixed, but it was postponed. The third time they came near musing it again. George expected his weddiux suit from Louisville by express. It did not come, although the couple waited until the last train was in before start ing on their journey in the mud, five miles distant to the home of the bride, where the wedding guests had assem bled to witue.ss the marriage. At 7 o'clock Vandyke procured his license, and as he was coming out of the office he fell headlong twelve feet into the cellar of the new court house. Later he started with the bride and four friends for the Howell place, when the single tree broke, the horses kicked themselves loose and ran away, leaving the party in the mud. An other vehicle was secured and the journey resumed. The party arrived at 11 o'clock to find some of the guests getting ready to go home. The wedding feast was cold, but the wedding took, place at midnight.—Decatur Cor. OlBfulw Capture of tk Bwia. John Jordan brought a large white swan to Pendleton the other day, and tells a queer story as to how he got it While near his house, on East Birch creek, he saw some eagles chasing the swan in the air above him. The unfor tunate bird, In its anxiety to escape, flew directly over the young man's head, and with a quick spring he managed to seize and bring it down, the disappointed eagles flying angrily away.-—Portland Ovwroniaa. BOIES INAUGURATED. Ifewal ttovernor Regies His See«d Term—tyu let Ceremo •lea. The Prohibitory Law, He Hays, Has Failed of AccoiafUftUaf Its Object Me Recommends the Australian Ballot and Appeals for Non-Fttfttaui Legislation. DES MOINES, la., Jan. 21.—The second inauguration of Horace Boies as gover nor of Iowa tood place at 2 p. m., in the hall of the house of representatives, in presence of a large and distinguished assemblage. Inauguration ceremonies were extremely simple and devoid of display, the escort of the governor and his party consisting of two companies of militia, with a party of five or six regi mental officers with staffs. A platoon of police led the procession, the guberna torial party and the distinguished vis itors following. A dozen carriages and the Hawkeye club brought up in Nie rear. Oath was administered by Justice Roth rock, of the state supreme court. In his inaugural address Governor Boies gracefully acknowledged his gratitude to the people of the state for continued confidence, announcing his reliant* upon the author of our being for future guidance. "I cannot avoid the conclu sion that we legislate too much," was the first sentence of the address proper, delivered impressively and with an effective pause. He proceeded to ar raign the prohibitory laws of the state as having failed of their purpose, being disregarded by entire communities otherwise law abidining and as making crimes of acts regarded as innocent by the best people of civilized world. He insisted that the people at the last two gubernatorial elections repudiated prohibition and urged .immediate repeal as the duty of both parties. He recommended the passage of Australian ballot law, urged care and caution in dealing with cor porations, advised reform in assessment and taxation, recommended that office of oil inspector be made salaried posi tion, and closed with earnest appeal for patriotic and non partisan legislation. No allusion was made to national poli tics. CRIME IN MINNESOTA. The State Board of Charities Takes Its Annual Oman. ST. PAUL, Jan. 21.—The state board of corrections and charities has taken its eighth semi-annual prison census. The total number of prisoners in the State of Minnesota Dec. 31, 1891, was 962. of whom 838 were serving sentence and 124 were awaiting trial. The number awaiting trial is 50 less than the num ber Dec. 31, 1890, and is the smallest number ever reported. Of the 83s pris oners serving sentence 407 are state con victs and 371 are petty convicts serving sentences in jails and workhouses. The number of state convicts is 1 less than a year ago, and only 25 more than the number at the close of 1885, so that the increase of state prison convicts in the past six years has been leys than 6 per cent. An Iowa Banker Asphyxiated. CHICAGO, Jan. 21.—-John W. Hood, president of the Iowa State National bank of Sioux City, la., died at the Dowling hotel of asphyxiation. Mr, Hood went to the hotel about 1 o'clock a. m. Several hours later the odor at gas was detected in the hallway and was traced to Hood's room. The door was burst open and Hood was found lying unconscious on the bed. One of the gas jets was turned on from which the gas was escaping. Hood was re vived without medical aid and was sup posed to be recovering until symptoms became alarming and a physician was summoned. Hood rapidly grew worse and died shortly after the doctor's ar rival. Great Northern Ripreea Company. ST. PAUL, Jan. 21.—The organization of an express company in connection with the Great Northern railroad sys tem has been talked of for some time and has at last been effected and articles of incorporation filed. Headquarters will be located in St. Paul ami thttt capital stock is placed at $50,000. J. J. HUl is one of the incorporators. One Still Alive. Sranro VALLEY, Minn., Jan. Jiff Frank Ostrander, who was hurt in the woods a few days ago, is still alive. As reported, Mrs. Ostrander nu kicked in the stomach by a cow, which caused the premature birth of twins, and the death through neglect df the three. Broken Rail the CMS*. CARLTON, Minn., Jan. 21.—Word has reached here that the east bound passen ger train on the Northern Pacific was wrecked west of Aitkin. The rear coach and sleeper were thrown from the track. No one was injured. A broken rail was the cause. A Church Burned. MONROK, Mich., Jan. 21. -St. Johns Catholic church was discovered to be on ftre during the evening and is an hour it was a mass of ruins. The building was erected twenty years ago and cost i|40,000. The insurance was $10,000. Fire was caused hv an ©jrer heated furnace. Xefcedy Mnrt. NEW YORK, Jan. 21.—The Atlantic express on the New York Central and Hudson River railway, ran into a freight train et ween Y6ukers and Glen wood. Nobody was hurt. Hwf Snow at Naw Orleans. KEW ORLEANS, Jan. 3I.-Heavy*ft&w and sleet storms, with the coldest weather for years, are reported from all the atsce. 7 A MAZCN DEADHEAD, XagUahaaan Secured ,a Box to tkm Theater but Did Not See the Show. Sopn after the doors opened a good looking young, fellow in evening dress camo up to me as 1 was standing in the lobby and asked me what IKX had been reserved for him. I said I did not know him—who was he? He said be had met the manager of the theater that after noon, and he had been told to come to the theater and his name would be left for a box. Unfortunately he entered too much into details. He told me that his name was Leslie, and he was a leader writer and subeditor of The Morning Wire. As I knew my manager was rather in the habit of giving these somewhat vague invitations to the theater, 1 thought it better to err ou the side of politeness, so I gave Mr. Leslie the ticket for the box, and he thanked me and said he would go to a neighboring restaurant where his friends were dining and bring them on to the theater. As the principal piece was commenc ing I saw Mr. Leslie enter the theater and go to his box accompanied by a well dressed party—two ladies and a gentleman. I thought nothing more of this, but about 10 o'clock who should come into my room but the son of the proprietor of The Morning Wire on his way from the office. Of an evening he sometimes used to drop into my room and have a chat with me. While talk ing with him I suddenly thought of Mr. Leslie up in a box, so I asked my friend if he knew the leader writer and subed itor. I was rather astonished when 1 heard there was no such name on The Morning Wire, but to make assurance doubly sure I took my friend into the theater and pointed Mr. Leslie out to him. All knowledge of Mr. Leslie was denied, and my friend wanted to give the impostor in charge at once, but I asked him to be quiet and sit still in my, room while I sent a note up to Mr. Les lie, asking him to come and have a cig arette. After the curtain was down Mr. Leslie walked in as bold as brass, lighted a cigarette, and prepared for a chat my friend 1 could see was being consumed by inward temper, but luckily held his tongue. After some general conversa tion I asked him how the proprietor of The Morning Wire was, and after other questions I asked him if he knew his son (my friend sitting fuming- in an arm chair). "Oh, yes," said Mr. Leslie "great pal of mine often dine with him: only left him about an hour ago." "You liarl you swindler!" shouted my friend, unable to resist the temptation. He could keep quiet no longer he flew into the most violent temper, calling Mr. Leslie every name he could lay his tongue to, and wanting to give him in charge at once. To see Leslie cower down, beg, pray, offer Svery apology, was indeed a sad sight. After we had kept him in agony some time I gave directions that he should not be allowed to return to his box, but po litely and firmly shown out of the theater. It seemed that he was the son of a doc tor in very fair practice in the south of London, and he confessed that he had been successful at several theaters, but after the shock we gave him 1 do not think it at all likely he ever tried again to get a box "on the cheap."—Interview in London Tit-Bits. Baron Arthur Rothschild, a nephew or the head of the great financial house, is serving his twelve months in the French army as a private soldier. UKOdKIKM. OSP TOtrB NUTS, CANDIES, FRUIT AND GUM of FRANK FLITCROFT. CAKPKNTRT. CHARLES GLATZ. Contractor and Builder. Scientific American Agenoy for •HMjrt tareau for Motrins patents In Amttrtcju Uk$n out by u Is s public by a notice given tree ot W. P. SMITH, President. CHAS. 8. KENNED ft it before to the shoo tlJaO Biz month*. i s'a uxuuvua. Auuim ssvn U8HXKS, 861 Broadway, Mew York. DEAFNESS, Its Causes and Cure, Scientifically treated by an aurtst of world-wide repulsion Deafness. eradicated and entirely cared of from to 30 year* standing, after all other treatment* have failed. How the difficulty is reached and the cause removed, fully explained ia circulars, with affidavits and testimonials o cares from prominent people, mailed free. lr. A. rOl'NTAlXK No. 34 West 14th St., N. Y UHiAL NOTICI Notice. Laud ofllci' at Mitchell, 8. D., January 5, l'Wi, Hotice i* hereby (riven that the following named settler has filed notice of hi# Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the cir cuit court, in and for Lake county, 8. D., at Mad ison, S. 1J., on February ".3tb, lSfifci, vli: Dicd WMt #. WtfIS, lot KM SMMM M, Office of the Commissioner of School and Pab llc Lands, 1'IEKHK. S. I)., January 15, 18tt2.— No tice is hereby ^iven that on the first day of April. lMfcj, all of the unsold ami nnleased school lands in Lake county will be offered for lease at Soor ublic anctlon to the highest bidder, at the front of the court, house in said county. Said leasing will be held between the hoars of len o'clock a. m. and five o'clock p, m. each dav un til all tracts of school lands have b«en offered tor lease. THOS. H. RUTH, Commissioner of School and Pnblic Lands. Notice of Bearing. State of South Dakota, county of Lake, in county court. January term, 18»2. In the matter of the estate of Alice S. Mitchell, deceased. The state of South Dakota sends greeting. To Jessie Mitchell, Nellie Mitchell, Alice Mitchell and A*el L. Mitchell and Abel Mitchell, heirs at law aodnextofkin of Alice 8, Mitchell, deceased, and to ail to whom these presents may come. Noticc i« here y given, that Abel Mitchell has Sled with the judge of this cotijt, a petition praying for letters of administration of the es tate of Alice S. Mitchell, deceased, and thM Monday, the first day of February, 1892, at two o'clock p. m.. of said day, being a day of a regu lar term of this court, to wit: of the Kebrnary term, 1H92 at the court house, in the city of Madison, in Lake county, state of South Dakota, has been set for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested may appear sod show cause why the said petition should not be •ranted ))atei at Madison. S. 1)., this Kith day of Jan uary, A. 1. 18i«. WM. McQRATH, Judge of the Co. Court. F. L. SOPER, Atty for Petitioner. Mortgage Sale. Name of mortgageor, William O'Connell and Klien O'CounelL his wife name of mortgagee, John Ogden date ol mortgage August 7, 1881 recorded August 24, 1HH1, at I o'clock p. m., in the office of register of deeds of Lake cosnty, D. T., in book 1J of mortgage# on page si5K. Default having been made jn the payment of the princi- Siovember CAVIATS. TttAOl MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, ate. ai sum and interest thereon since the 1st day of A. D. 1W«), there is now due at the date hereof the sum of H.J7.4H, principal and in terest, besides the sum of attorney's fees, stipulated in said mortgage, and the sum offai 24 taxes paid. Notice ia hereby given that the said mortgage will be. foreclosed ny sale at public auction by the sheriff of Lake county, or his deputy, on Satarday the 5th day of Match. lfWi, at I o'clock p. m,, at the front door of the court house in Madison in said Lake county, South Dakota# of the iands and premises situated in Mid Lake county, aod described in saK mort gage, substantially as follows, to wit The northeast quarter of section eleven (II) In town ship one hundred aud five (105) of range fifty three (53), containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres, more or less. Dated at Madison, Son til Dakota, Jan. lti.lflos. JOHN OGDKN, W. F. SMITH. Mortgagee. Attorney ol Mortgagee. Mortgage Salt. "Same of mortpagcor, We mTTctTrf u a widower name oi mortgagee, Vv utier r. Smith date of mortgage, November 1, 18KH recorded November M. 18W, I»Kl'fe«t AND JKWRLRV. SMITH & COOK, AXRINU, COLLKCTIONM, Kte. M. at 3:H o clock p. m., in the office of register of dee^s of Lake county, then Dakota territory, in book "X" of mortgages, on page *t. The said mortgage was dnlv assigned to K. Met all Cushmat: on the ^th day or Decem ber, A D. 1888, nnd recorded January 15. 1H#M, In book "Z," on pa#t MM. Default having been made in the interest payment which became due November 1, IWD, there is now due at the date Jw-reof the sum of smum principal aud interest, besides the sum of fifty dollars attorney's fees. Stipulated in said mortgage. Notice is hereby given that the said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale at public auction by the sheriff of Lake county, or his depnty^on Saturday, the 5th dav Of March, 1SW, at 1 o clock p. m., at the front •oor of thf court houss Madison, in said Lake county, South Dakota, of the lands and premises situated in naid Lake county, and described in Mid mortgage, substantially as follows, to wit: The southeast quarter of section eight W. DALY, Vlce-Presidem. J. A. TROW, Citizens JNqtioriql £31^. Capital $50,(MM), Surplus $16,006.' MADISON DAKOTA A General Banking Business Transacted. Will remit rwmey to wi'ty part of the Old World, and sell tickets to and firm1 principal European ports on any of the leading lines of steamboats. City nnd Municipal Bonds bought and sold. £. If. Oltictr of Ihe Commissioner of School anil Pub lic Land*, I'IKIMIE, S I).. January 15, -No tice hereby Riven that on ihe 'J4tt) day of March, 1HW4, the following school lands in Lake county, S. D., will be ottered for sale at public suction to the hichest rudder at the front door of the court house said county. The sale will be held between the hour? of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. sn., of each day onti 1 all of the fol lowing described tracts have been offered for sale: Sections Hi and tewnship 105, ranf e m. Section lii, township lofi, range 51. Sections l'i and .'W, township 106, range 52. Sections l'i and-W, tow ncliip 100, rarife 53. Sections lti and :, township 105, rauge 51. Sections 10 and :w, town*hip 107,range 62. Sections Hi and :w, township 1*T, range 53. Section .'Hi, township low, ranjje 53. tieciiou 36, township lt£, ratine 54. TUOS. H. RUTH. CommissioBer of Hchooi and Public Lauds. Xotice to Lease School Lands. CLAPP, Vic* Pmidm*. Northwestern Loan and Banking Co. A General business Transacted. CORRESPONDENTS. Quaker (5tfrjr National Bank, Philadelphia, National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111. Sioux Falls National Bank, Sioux Falls, 8. D. 107, range 51. (H. E. No.',T4«fv) He names the following witnew* to prove hi* rontinnoa* resi dence upon and cultivation of. said lanr"., viz.: .Joe Knox, F.li Ureenb&j en. CLiarlec Unxlemaun and Mi'nrv Voijrht, all of Went worth P. (., !S. D. K. N, KRATZ. Register. Notice of Sale of School Land*. (KV JN township one hnndred and five (lift) of range fifty-two (5:!), containing oue hundred and sixty (M»0) acres, more or less. Dated at Madisou, South Dakota. Jan. a, 1892. u W.F 8M1TI1, Attorney for the Administrator of the estate of |f. xtcoi GMftfett. 1 r*** y Cashier Collections made and promptly remitted. CORRESPONDENTS: First National Bank, Chicago. Chase National Bank, Haw Tort Minnehaha National Bank, Sioux Falls, J. JONES, Cm*khr, -r $61,000.00 Madison, South Dakota. N otlce of Vacation To whom it may concern Take notice, that at a general term of the circuit c-.iurt, appointed by law, to be held in the court hous^, in the city of Madison, in the county of Lake nnd state of (South Dakota, on the !»th day of February, A. D. 1W. at the opening of *aid court on thai day or as *oon therealter as eon rise! conveniently can be heard, StephcnC.Lobdeil and Jno F.VanDooser, as proprietors of the ''Town of Herman," locat ed on the north 55 acres of tie southeast Quarter of the northwest quarter, otherwise known as lot 3. of the said N VV 14 of section 11, township 1)« N, ran e 5H \V 5th P. M., as surveyed and plat ted by Fred K.Simpson, surveyor,under direction of Austin E. Deinick and Herbert Kobbius, as former proprietor* of said town of Herman, on the 1st day of August A. D. 187N, will apply to said court to vs.cate said town of Herman, or so ranch thereof a* can be so vacated without ma terial injury to others, and that such part thereof as shall be vacated, thereafter, may be used ana described ly metes and bounds the same as if said lauds had never been platted. Dated Madison, 8. D., October-J7, 1H»1. STEPHEN C. LOBDELL, JNO F. VAN DOOSEK, Proprietors. MURRAY A PORTER, Attorneys for Proprl etors Madison S. D. Notice of Administrator's Sale. Notice is hereby given that by urder of til* county court of Lake county, S. D.. directing James M. Preston, as administrator or the estate of Marshall Tyrrell, deceased, fto sell the west half of northeast quarter of section T, township lt*i north, range 5» west, 5th P. M., containing eighty acres, on the ftth day of February, A. D. lhStt. or within six months next after said day. he will sell said lands to the highest bidder for cash, \t private sale, A11 bids must be in writ ing, and delivered to said adm inistrator, person ally, at hi* residence in Madison, S. D., or may be filed in the office of the county judge of said Lake county, S. D., in the court house, in Mad ison, Luke couuty, 8. D., at uny time after the first publication of tills notice and before the making of said sale. The terms ofsuch sale will be cash down, or half down, and the remainder in two equal yearly installments, coming due in one ar.d two years, resjectively, each iwaring interest at eight per rent, per annum, atid to be secured by note and mortgage on the land sold, with xuch additional sjtfunty as shall be deemed sufficient to,make the payment thereof prompt and faithful'at maturity of said notes. A war ranty deed conveying said lands to the pur chaser, free from all encumbrances, will be given the purchaser on confirmation of said sale by the court. Dated Madisou January 18, A. D. lHfti. JAMES M. PRESTON, Administrator. MURRAY PORTER, Attys for the M. Tyrrell, Deceased. lletnof Notice of Mortgage Bal*. Whereas, on the !*th da* of October, A. D. 18H9, MarieAnna Keller.a widow,of the county of Lake, In the then territory of Dakota, mortgageor. Wade and delivered to the Farmland Mortgage and Debenture company ot the state of Iowa, mortgagee, a mortgage upon the following de scribed real estate situate in said Lake county, to wit: The southwest quarter of section thirty three (S3) :n township one hundred and five (105) north, of range fifty two (.v.') west, of the tifth P. M., to secure the payment of one promissory note, with interest coupons thereto attached, bearing date theiith day of October, A. D. 1«8«, for the sum of 55o.00, bearing interest at the rate of nine per cent, per annum, payable an nually as specified in said coupons, and dneon the 1st day of Jaunary, which mortgage was filed for record in the office of the register ol deeds of said Lake county, on October l', 1H8M, at 5.-«) o'clock p. m., and recorded in book 4 of mortgages, at page II and, whereas, said mort gage provides that in c*se default shouia lie made in the payment of the money secured by said mortgage, either principal or interest, at the time or times therein specified for the pay ment thereof, or the breach of any covenantor agreement therein contained, then, in cither case, the whole sam of money secured thereby should, at the option of the holder thereof, im mediately become due and payable: and, where «e. default has been made in the conditions of said mortgage, to wit in the failure to pay the Interes: on said principal note due January 1, l«yi, and January 1, 1H92, respectively, as SDeci tfed in bald interest coupons and, whereas, the faid Farmland Mortgage and Debenture com pany, the holder of said note and mortgage, has elected, and does hereby elect to declare the whole sum of money secured by said mortgage now due and payable, and to foreclose said mortgage in the manner provided by law and, whereas, the amount claimed to be d'le thereon at the date hereof is six hundred sixty-nine dol lars and eighty-one cent", of which $5.7U* is principal nnd $119.81 is interest, besides the sum of $10.00 statutory attorney's fees for the fore closure of said mortgage and, whereas, no ac Hon or proceedings at law, or otherwise, have inttltattd to recover the debt secured bv said mortgage or any part thereof now, there fott, notice is hereby given, that nnder and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and the statute in such case made and provided, the satd mortgage w ill be foreclosed by a sale or the mortgaged premises above described at public auction by the sheriff oi Lake coanty, South Dakota, or his deputy, on the 87th day of February A. I at 10 o'clock A. M., at the front door of the court house in the City of Mad ison in said Lake county. Dated at Sioux Fails, South Dakota, January 14th. A. L. 18!«. TUE FARMLAND IfagM, MOBTOAO* A*I DSHEKTCKB COMPAMT, Mortgagee. WM. L*«, Sheriff of L*k« county, South DA kota.