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DIED OF A BROKEN HEART.
Wt of the ffw Authenticated Ci IMtl Heart Leiiion Prom Khoek. Anna B. Clarke died of a broken heart actually and physically a broken beart. She died suddeuly in Chicago a week ago Monday, and her remains were taken to her Cleveland home for interment. From that city came the ia formation that a physician, examining i the body, asked if Mits Clarke hud re* I cently suffered any sudcleu and great' Borrow or a shock. Ho was told that alia I had been informed that total blindnem was near and iuevituble. The physician said that there was a heart lesion, and I that one of the few authentic recorded deaths from heart broken by sorrow was rs. Probably uo more pathetic story than this of tho death of Anna 13. Clarke has been cordcd. At least the facts are pathetic, but it is hard to put such a burden of pathon upon paper in a way to make manifest the full weight of the i trouble which was a load upon tho heart of a noble woman and winch at last caused a noble heart to break. There is net a lawyer's oflice in Chi cago where Anna B. Clarke was not known. She was an almost weekly vis itor at the law offices in the big office buildings, coming and going so quietly that her presence was barely felt. For many years this busy little woman had an office in the Methodist church block. Her headquarters were there, but tho round of her duties kept her constantly moving about, one of the busiest factors in a busy city's life. She sold law sta tionery, not peddling it, but taking or ders for it from people who for years had never known any other means of securing their supplies save by a word to the little woman, who seemed to di vine just when a new supply was need ed and who never for a moment allow ed one to wait for what w«s needful be yond the allotted time. Two weeks ago Miss Clarke went tho daily round of her duties, and then, owing to seme slight trouble, as she tupposed, with her eyesight, she visited an oculist. He told her that the loss of, afternoon Miss Clarke returned to her residence, o(J4 Ontario street, from a walk. She entered the door, and somo one spoke to her. She turned and said: "I hear your voice, but I cannot see you." Her own voice was a bit broken, but the significance of what she said was not felt by those about her. The next morning sho was dead. "A heart lesion, caused by a Ridden thock of sorrow, was the canse," said tho physician.—Chicago Times-Herald. AN ALASKA BEAR STORY. Marvelous Tale of a Native's Way of Kill lug a Grizzly. H. J. Barling, who is identified with the salmon industry of Alaska as tho owner of an extensive canning plant at Karluk, Kodiak island, has just arrived from the north. He brought down with him some of the largest bearskins ever Keen in San Francisco. One of them is a perfect and unblemished skin of an enormous grizzly measuring 12 ftet from tip to tip. Mr. Barling haa a marvelous talo to relate of the native's way of killing a bear. It is this: "There are many grizz lies on Kodiak island, lie said, "as well as a large number of cinnamon bears. I was cruising around in a launch iu an unfrequented cove one day, when I spied two immense grizzlies. They were so large that I did not care to go after them, but when I got back to Karluk I communicated the fact to an Indian who bore the reputation of b" ing one of the best bear hunters in that section. Although 52 years old he had to ask his mother's permission, which being granted, he started across the country after the tears.. Some of tho natives of Kodiak use firearms on their hunting expeditions. This fellow sim ply armed himself with a long spear. He greased his head and got to wind ward of the animals. Pretty soon ho heard a tramping in the brush and knew the prey was approaching. He dug a hole in the ground, planted one end of the spear firmly with the point in the direction of the bear and then crouclud down. The bear came along and licked the head of the Indian. With a swift and dexterous movement the native cut a gash in the bear's neck with the sharp sp-ar point. The augend animal drew back a few yards and made a rush. Ho impaled himself on the spear and all was over." MONEY IN BULL FIGHTING. Gaerrlta Earned Slil.loo in Seven Months. Premier Cauovas Get* •.,400 a Year. The Spanish newspapers devoted to bull details in reference to the past season. Guerrita is the king of the toreadors. He earned |fjl,^0( during the season from April 5 to Oct. 30. N. xt after him came Hoverte, with Too Mazzan tmi, with SVi.OUU liombita, with I'J.V bOU Algabeno, with $23,000 Fuentes, with $1U,500 Mmuto, with $13,600, and Villita, with $10,000. Premier Cauovas' galary i.i $5,400 a year. There were during the season 438 performances, in which 1,218 bulls, worth $:}'J0,000, were killed. Over 1.000 boms perished in the fights. These lig ures include only high cla^s hull fight ing at the most important cities. In oach of tho 8tnaller towns they have every year one or two lights, in which the number of persons killed or crippled always exceeds that of the bulla fought. The Queen an Abitaiaw. It is announced with some show of authority that Queen Victoria has been a strict teetotaler for three years past. She bad been accustomed all her life till then to use wine and spirits spar ingly aud was induced to try the experi ment of abstention to see if it would bare a beneficial effect with regard to the painful affection of the knees and legs from which she suffers. her sight might be the questiou of but u few huurs.^lliis was Saturday. Sunday a forestry commission of the National Academy of Sciences the president KERVOUS COLLAPS& •r. Parkhnnt Broken Down by Over* work Will 1'ltunnteljr Recover. NEW YORK, Feb. J?4. Nervous co lapse, caused by overwork, is the phys ieian'4 diagnosis Of the case of Dr, Charles H. Parkhurst, who has been ill for orer a week at his home in thia BIT. DTT. PARKHL'BJST. city. There is a slight change for the better in the doctor's condition but his mental and physical health ure acutely affected and it will probably Le a long time before he can return to his pulpit. "The doctor is very weak," said Mrs. Parkhurst, "and is regaining his strength very slowly. I look for an improvement soon, however, and ex pect to see him about in a short time Dr. Beebe has encouraged me by tin belief that Dr. Parkhurst will ulti mately recover and will not suffer any permanent injury to his health through his present illness." FOR FOREST RESERVES. Setting Proclamation! by the President Aaide Millions of Acres. WASHINGTON, Feb. ,'4. President Cleveland celebrated the 165th anniver sary of the birth of George Washing ton by issuing 13 executive orders, far reaching in their effect. On the rec ommendation of Secretary Francis and signed and promulgated 13 proclama tions establishing as many additional forest reservations, containing c:i C~ gregate of 21,379,840 acres. Each of tie 13 proclamations are sim ilar in terms, except those portions giv ing a description of the lands affected by each. After a description of tho lands set aside the proclamations ex cept from their force and effect all lands which may have been, prior to the date hereof, embraced in any legal entry and covered by any lawful filing duly of record in the prop United States land office, or upon which any valid settlement has been made pursu ant to law, and the statutory period within which to make entry of record has not expired and all mining claims duly locutel and held according to tho laws of the United States and rules and regulations not in conflict there with- Location of the Reservation*, lhe location andvjirea of the reserva tions are as follows Number 1—The lilack Hills reserve Soul Da kota: a rea i*»7,ty0 acres. No. 2—The lii^r Horn reserve, Wyom ing area 1.UJN.0N.I acres. N. —The Teton reserve, adjacent to the Yellowstone National park contains 3&i,410 acres. No. 4—The Flat Head reserve, Northern Montana area l,:jt'c.400 acres. No. 5—The Lewis and Clarke forest res ervation, Montana area 2.42H,Ot*» acres. No. 0—'lhe Priest ltiver forest reserve. Northern Idaho and Northeastern Wash* ington area t45,12U acres. No. 7—'1he Hitter Kont forest reserve, Montana and Idaho area, 4.147.2UO acres. No. is—The V\ ashington forest reserve, Washington area. :i.."40,240 acres. No. y—lhe Olympic forest reserve, Northwestern Washington area, 2,185 8UU acres. No. 10—The Mount Hanier forest re* serve. Washington area, 2,24.M0 acres. No. 11—1 he Stanislaus reserve, Califor nia area, tii'l.Joo. No. 12—The San Jacinto reserve, South ern California area, 7H7,2A)acres. No. 13—The Uintah reserve, Northern Utah. Smith Got the Decision. SAN FKANCISCO, Feb. 24.—The first bout of the,series before the California Athletic club was between Australian Billy Smith and Charles Peppers. Smith forced th6 fighting and wm awarded the decision after the boat hud lasted 10 rounds. HKLD IT fighting publish souic interesting^ the eastern part of tho city, were held A bttllJUK IMIT, •1,000 to ireat Northern Men Loan Masked Itandita. BUTTE, Mon., Feb. 24.—Nine men, compoKing a bridge crew on the Great Northern railroad, who live iu a car in up and robbed of $1,000 by four masked robbere. The meu warw «urur^a#d by tne robbers, who entered the car and tied their hands behind them. The robbers escaped. Klevated bemta Collapsed. BROWNSVILLE, Tex., Feb. 24.—At a circus near here a Kection of the ele vated seats collapsed, precipitating 300 Ierons to the ground. Six may die. Many were more or less bruised. LATEST MARKET REP0ET. Milwaukee Gratia* MILWAUKEE, Feb. 2a FLOl'K—Quiet and steady. W11KAT—.So. Spring, 74^0 No. 1 Northern, Ts May, CO UN —No. 3, 1U. OATS—No. 2 white. 17X818Xa. Daluth Grata. DULLTH, Fob. 2SL WHEAT—Cash, No. 1 hard. No. 1 Northern, 73)ic No. 3 Northern, 71 May, Til*#73c July, 74374*0. On Track —No. 1 hard, ?5%c No. 1 Northern, 7A,*o No. 8 Northern, 71^3. St. Pant fTuloa 8took Tarda. SOUTH ST. PAUL, Feb. 88. HOGS- Market opened active and strong closing we lk quality good Rang* of prices, $i.U0(a.:.30. LATTi^K—-market strong and a.-tive mos ly niMion. Sales ran/o.l at fl.80 $8.85 for cowa 45 a3.60 for stockers (8 40^2.(V) for heifers. SHEKP—Good sheep strong. Lamb* Weak and 8c lower than a w^ek 1140. Muttons. |2.7.5(^3. Jj lambs, $1.40. Receipts: Hogs, 8JU cattle, 75J calves, 75 sheep. 400. Chicago Union Stock Yard*. CHICAGO, Feb. 83. HOGS—Market a -tivo and very steady. Sales ranged at $3 45(^3.62'^' for light 40ia i. o lor mixed $3.2o£J.51 lur heavy $3.80'.8 for rough. CATTLK— Market steady. Sales ranged at $3.50(15.10 for beeves $1.80 $4.15 for cows and heifers $3.00 u 4.15 lor Texas steers $3.20 4.2) for •tuckers ami tellers SHKKP—Market stronger. Native sheep, $8.50(g-t.BV Westerns, $B.25^4.0j lambs, $3.75 i.10. Receipts: Hogs, 28,(XX) cattle, 8,600 sheen 7,0J0. Chicago Grain and Provision*. CHICAGO, Feb. 88 CLOSING PHICES. WHEAT—February, 74c May, 765?*e July. •2 Septenilier, 70%?. CORN February, 8 May, 24 Wc July, 25$Je September,(,ai27c. OATS February, li%c May, lTjfo July, ls^c. PORK—February, $7.85 May, $7.95 July, 16.07^. Disease makes a man jus* helpless ss if lie were tied with rop^s Weary lassitude makes his muscle? useless slug gish circulation of impure blood fills his jrain with useless clogging matter. Ef fort is distasteful and brings scant results The trouble usually starts with the diges tion: Too much brain work takes needed blood from stomach to head and retards the stomach's work. The body is not fed. The nerves rebel. Sleep becomes a stranger. Loss of appetite is followed by loss of flesh—and all for the want of the rig lit medicine at the right time. Dr Picrce's Golden Medical Dis'.overv is for the man who is losing flesh and vitality. It is for the man whose digestion needs help and whose nerves and brain are overworked. It is the greatest of all tonics. No matter what seems to be your trouble, the "Golden Medical Discovery" will cure it. It rures by making the blood pure, rich and plenty, and by fur nishing food for nerves and brain. Noth ing has ever been found to equal it, but dishonest druggists sometimes try 1o make you believe that something more profitable to them is ju* as good Do not be deceived. Get what you a.sk for. Constipation if neglected brings with ila train of maladies that unfit the suffVrt-r for rithrt the duties or pleasures ofhfe. Sick ami bilious head ache* and a multitude of other ills are due to con stipation Dr Fierce's Heasant Pellets cure con stination promptly and permanently aeli them. Nothing else ia "just the 4 o No. 3 spring, 67^«t6U^c rejoctod, oO To arrive—No. 1 hard, 76^e Na 1 Northern, May, Na 1 hard, ?7#o Na 1 Northern, 75i^o. Minneapolis Grain. MINNKAPOLIS, Feb. TS. WHJtAX FtbrtMtff, iljifsi at 7a« LiruggUU samt Notice of Mortgage Sale. W ti«T» hh, rlefi n It «-xi»tini: Iii niorti ape dated Deri mbi| 13, IS!!.", Mti(i t.xicutert February 1, ISMi, by K. tir. er lunfl, u i helor, of trie roiiiity ot W i i.» liBf. FLUTE ol IKIIOIF, nxirt •'"-"r, to th». N.rihwefti rn I.o«n A' Hat.kin? i'oi»i| i»t of Luke ci.ur.tv, S !., rnoti^«iree, on the fi nth otie-hnlf of the Foiithweet fjilurler 1 of 4 of til |i Ft I 7 I. ft r! the l.orth ori- hull oiti e northwest qiiwrter (Li of n w }A j, NEOTION eighteen ilS, nil in T«WNFHI| lie hnnered HI il eicht (H^I, north of ratine FLLW-(10." fnur i.'-l), wit! ti 5th p. ni iti ake county, v l»., jj'Vi to secure the pHymeot of thr- ecer lai note", of even d*te therewith, amiuMiin.' to uith ir.ten »t thereon at -ev. ii per cent per »r. i tini Ir^m (i«te, the flr«t of which" liote» '-II if fill JllO.IO. her utile (itl- No \i*i'ilier 1, 1HW, Mini nioriiraL-e hnvini hetn Died fur record in the ottice oi the reui-ter deed" r»f i.rtke oisniy, S. D., Feiirn r\ •.»!, irtKi, «t U itVlnck h. m., in n cid. in h. ok 23 of mirt £«t:eF, on pa-je -iir: und. vi hiTea«. rnld rnortuMire i-onruiiid a e«i».litnr. that in cane defnu I chnll he mole in pa^rieiit of the n.inev secured ihef li, or aii% purr he-enf, the while of mid •Hi'cip il aiid ii.ter ct Hhall nt the oj'ionofthe tii'1'ler, iinm n'i |v become due ui.d pavah'e mi!, wi.ereu", e mortjM-or ha« ini»l« delaiilt in .vnieut of the firm hole -ertir«-d hv »aid niortiruye. tor due Nov-mhtr 1," l^.KJ mil. \vheret», the aiort^avee hai eiWrcifed ltn 'I'T'i*i* pruviiu f• In ltd nmrtii'iK^ doe» herein ilednrettie whole of lhe unlet secured hereliy to In- 1 il*', both principal nnd l''tere«t, i cia m- thut there in tiow due ou raid not*» ai mortgage tin- »nm «.f }i, 4 princ'pnl and ii.tereFt. iti rttie furiher riim ot $10 (X), dtmutory ttorne\ lee, hmI t^ere hn\ii*i heen Ho proceed iiic ni law otherwise r»r the collection of the itniotiut due on cMld noten and morteave now, liiertfoie, ihe aherifl' i caid i.uke county will ellihenbio pr. r.i iFC* at v he fro it rtoor of the nurt h.:u*e, in the cltv of Mudifon, in »a'd Luke oiinn, on tt.e 13th f^uy «f March. 1&7. at I'i'lock p. ni., to the hitrht«• iiidder, for caah. to •atinfy ruld debt, attcrne)'# lee, ana coat* of (•ale. Dated, Madlaoti, S. Il .ian. Z~, 18VT. NOltTli WE-T£ UN LOAN & BANK NG CO., Mortgagee. By J. il. V* JLLIAM-ON, Attorney fur Mortgagee. Notice to Creditore. Eft ate ot Job Richards, deceased.—Notice If •reby given by the undersigned, administra tor ol the eatate of Job Kichards, drcegsed, to the creditors of, and al persons huviDg claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with Hie necessary voucher*, within four months after the lirst publication of this notice, to the admin istrator at hi* place of residence at Wentworth, in Ihe uuty of Lake, S. I». Uated at Madieor, S. D. February 3,1897. WILLAKD H. I'At'K A HI', Administratur of the estate ol Job Ktcharda. deceased. ^lANDY CATHARTIC When bilious or ooative eat a Cascaret, eaody cathartic, oure guaranteed, IGo. 25o. Notice of Mortgage Sale. Where&p, default exist* In the conditions oi certain mortgage dated December 1. lHSfci. aud executed December ft, 1W2, by ttolomon A Oder ton aud ttma B. Andertton, hue Sand and wife, of Lake ronntr. i., morttragorn, to Xurthwewt ern Loan and Banlii Company, mortgagee, on the northwwt quarter (n» of section lour (4), towntdup one hundred U* I, north of rung* flfti four, (M). went of ibe 5th Principal Merid ian in Lake County, D. giv«»n noenre the pmnient of a eertnln i Mitllinent note of «ven date therewith, for $75 1)0, with lute root at 12 per cent from date on a unpaid inotallmenu of I aaid tmte, raid mortgage bavii reen tiled for record iu th' office of the register of deed* ot Lnke county, S. I).. December 'Js, lSihi at 4:4." Oclock »ud recorded In book 11 of tnort va^e* on page tU5 the raid defa nt cotin"t« in i the failure ot the mortgagor* to pay the ln^txll meiit« due on the Hull cote I)ec« mber 1, 1*N5, June 1, iHWi, December 1, IHWi, and there i* uow Claimed to he due on ftaid hole and mortgage the Him nf $.Vi !«i, principal ai.d iuteree und the further «nin of jf.V) attorney'* tee», stipulated in raid mortgage ill ca»e ot foreclosure: and wherean, there l-M* been n »proceeding* at law or otherwise for the collection nf the amount one on »aid note and mortgage. Therefore, the mer i!Tof*:iid Lake cnui.ty, S. will pell the Bald premi-en oe-crlhed in *ahl mortgage at the front iloor of the court bouce II the city of Mndi »on, Lake c. nut*, S. I) on th« dth ri»y of Keb ruarv, 1KH7 at o'clock p. in. to the h'gtieHt bid der for each to pa ruid del t, attorney fee# aud cost* of eale. Dated Madtron, 8. D., nonary 1SV7. NORTH VVKTKKN LOAN Jt BANKING CO.. Mortgagee. J.B.WILLIAMSON. Attorney for Mortgage*. Mortgage Sale. D. UOLDRIPGE & SON, Attorney* for Asalgiiee of Vo. tgagee. D. A. .MctilLLIVKA V. Sherill. WILBUR F. SMITH, F. L. SUPER. Mortgagee. Attorney for Mortwte*. Otflce of Commirsioner of School »t.d Public Land*. Notice i* hereby given, that on tht 6th day of Apri', 1W7. all be unsold an I umeas. School Lauds in tne county of Lake will be offered for lea«e to the higher) bidder, ut public auction at the front door I the court house n said county. Said o-a*ing w ill lie held between the hour* ot leu o'vlock a. m. and tlve o'clock p. m. of each day until nil tne iracta of School Lands have been offered rlease. Pierre, S. D., January 29, 1^97. J. L. I-Oi'Kn ART. Commissioner of School MUd Public Land*. TTV Geo DASfS I'CJ.V EFFECTS AT ONCb- n£ C^TON'S VrrfiLIZER C.:r" gencrcl or special debility, wakeful t:. cpcrraatorhaca, emissions, impoten.). I ate sis, c::. C'j-rccts functional disorder-, t.» .! by errors cr excesses, quickly restorin| Lost Manhood in old or your.g,giving vigor ar.J Strength where former weakness prevailerl Vwi.:. .t T...i_l:a~e, simple, effectual, and legitirr.alo. CURE 13 QUICK AND THOROUGH. I u't If deceived by imitations: insist o® CATON'S Vitalizers. Sent sealed ii your dru st 1 c-s n it ive it. I'rice $1 per pkge, 6 i'jr $9t \vlth written guarantee of complete cure. I il .rmation, references, etc., free arid coi.fi^enti -l. fcei.'d us statement case and 25 cts. for a week's tout' treatment. ()ns only sent to ea^h person. CATON MED. CO.. BOSTON. MASS. For Hale i»y Kli.l K NHITH. CURt COnSTIPATIOHl^ to 4ll .24* 1°* riUlllll" DRUoeists I ABSOLUTELY (iTTIRlMTPRn uycueorcMstlpatioa. Caseartta are the Ideal Uu BUdUUU 1 Db I UUAAAH1 tfiu «»•. aertr rrip or rripe. bat eaaae easy aataral malts. 8am S fjleaa4 hootlal fht. id. STKBUKfl KK1EPT CO.. CUeasro. Moatraal. Can.. or Kew York. m] Remarkable who was Rheum pay by a Where*#, default has been raude in the nient ofthe ti.ti.-reft o I tile money Secured hy mortgage date I the lOih (lny ol November A. D. 1SH.' exi cut* hv Berthn A. Wood aud Tbotnim L. Wood, htiiihatid Hi'd wife of lhe county of Lake and M«te of (south Dakota, riiortg:ignri« to nines A. Trow of the county of Lake and elate of South Dakota at'd w inch mortgage was recorded In the office of the register of deed- of the coun ty of Lake Ftate of Soutti l)ak ta in book 9 ol mortgage* O'I pa e 228 on 2i.d day of December 18W at 11 o'clock a ui. ui.d wberen*. no iictiou or proceed lug* at law or otherwise have been in ftituteo to recowr the deht aeenred h» ^aid mortgage any part thereof, whereaa. it wac stipulated In said mortgage that If default would Oe made in the pavinent of any portion of the principal or interest promptiv at the time the aatne ithoul become dm-, or if defar.it he made iu the payment of the taxe? HfFe«Fed or ta be a*»eeted n »ai'i preiniaea before the bailie #hal! become dellrqnetit, ihen the whole sum both principal tid i'terest, at once become due, whereas, default ha« been made iu the payment of JTo.fUl interest du-' thereon Dec^n b-r 1st", 18Wi. wheieiia. on the t*:h day of «eptemhcr, ]H!'3 anid mortgage with the note secured thereby, wac duy assigned '»v trie raid mortgagee in David Moiuinliv iu the state of Iowa which as sigunieiit was duly recorded iu tha ottice of the register of deed* of the said county ol ike, S. D. oo the !th day of September 1K:C$. in bKk Iti of mortgages on page •_" at a. in., wnereus, the whole aruotliit of principal and Interest has lie topic due by reaaon of FUCII default, aud wi.ereaa. the amount' laiined to be due upon aaid ni irt gage at the date of Ihls notice is he »iim of one thousand sevei tv iiitie dollnrs i$i.07(.'i to-w.t: $1,IK Hi principal, nnd interest anil ten dol ars legal attorney's fees. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that hy virtue of the power of sale contained in sa^d mortgage, and duly recorded ae aforeFaid, and in pursuance of tlie statutes in snch case made and provided, tie said mortgage will be foreclosed hy a aaie o the mortgaged premiaes therein described at itibltc auctioiiat the front door of the court hou-e iu the city of .Madison and county of i.akn and state of Eolith DnkotM,oii the ^Tth day of February, 18^7, at or e o'clock in the afternoon of that dny iv he •lierlff ol'Lake county, D. Ttie mortg.-iged premises *re situated l:i the caiinty of Lake iu the sta.e of Sjuth Dakota, and are descuhed as follow* to wit: The west half ol southwest qunrer (w 3 and southwest qnmter o: norm west quar ter (Fw n A i and i rtheast quarter ol sout'i west quarter (,tiel4 fW I of Fectioti forr I I) iti tow nrhip one hundred and eiyht (li^) norih of range fitty-four (54) containing 1W acre* more or lea*. D«:ed ot Vadision, D. is 1'i'h (lav of Janu ary A. D.1HH7. DAVID Moi.t'MBY, Assignee of Mortgagee. Mortgage Salv. Name oT mortgagor. Marcni A. U'oolev nnd Annie M. Woo ley. Name of mortgagee, sVilbur K Smith. Date of inorTsruge Ni'Vi mlw-r i'), lhWi recorded January In, IMC at 4 o'clnck p. m., it: the ottice of re^i-tt of d»-eiis of Lake county, outii Dakota iti book "l" ol tnorlB«i.'es on pag.- Default tiaving lteti mane in the pa\mei,t of the sum of Ten rioi'iir'. which -came due on the 1st day of.Iantiarv 1M»I, ami tf.er- is now due at the date thereof the sum of $'.T jo, prit.c pal and mtere*t. beside* the sum of $ !Voo attorney'F fees, stipulated In said mortgage: and. where'ts, it WK» stipulated and agreed, by ai:d between the parties to said mort.age, a contained therein ihht if defamt Fhouhi he miide in ut.y of ihe on ditiohs contained iu said mortgage, then the fnii amount tiiereby sei tired should become due and collectfb'e at once. Now, thi fore, n.otict' is herehy given thut under ii'id bv virtue of the power of sale col.tallied in aaid mortgr.'e nnil duly recorded therewith, the a.'i mortgn«e will he foreclosed bj «ale at pubitc ati'j'.iou by the sherllt'ol Lake comity, or his detiuty, on Satur day the r.th day of March. 1K!C, at -J p. at the front door of 11:e coutt house in Madisou In said Luke countv. South Dakota, of the lat.is am! uremNes situnted in said l.ake county, and de scribed in said mortgage tit» tuiuinil/ us follow* tow it: The southwest quiirter isn'.j section tv clve (li) iu township one hundn a and tiv.» north of range fltty-three I.VII weat of the 5tii piinclpal meridian and containing one han dred and sixtv a re- more or It FF. i Dated at Madison. South Dakota, January 1". 1KT. has proved able to conquer such a concensus of bodily problems, and to put the man into a condition of vigor as a substitute for one of a most disheartening outlook. James Freeman, for a number of years past employed as a brukeman on the Old Colony Division of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. This gentleman liad been afflicted with salt-rheum from infancy and his blood had a decided tendency to humor*, in addition to which the exposed character of hi« occupation pro-noted an ag gravated attack of muscular rheumatism which threatened to destroy hi* usefulness and deprive him of this means of livelihood. But learning of the remarkable testimony which had been given to tIn- e!li-acy of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People when* ever tried for these und kindred difficulties, particularly such as arise from an impover ished or disordered condition of the blood, he was induced to try then, and the result has been so gratifying that lie has became a pioneer in recommending them to his fellow workmen, who through his words and the manifest results of his example have shown a constantly increasing use o. the pills. In view of the degree of attention which the ease attracted, particularly in its eft rt of promoting the use of the pills among men who are not in the habit of taking medicine, the circumstances were deemed worthy of personal investigation, and accordingly a re port'T made a call at the co-y home ot Mr. Freeman, at •'.'i'-f Sliawinout Avenue, Boston, Mass., where he and his wife were found to the facts, and most cordial in appreciation of the Pink Pills. "Yes, it i.s true," he said in response to inquiry. "I have the greatest satisfaction in f'ink iving my word as to what Dr. H'illi.itns' Pills have done for m••. I h:n*e no per sonal interest in speaki.ig a!out the matter exc.'pt that I fee) me. "1 ri"e.iei| to take the Pink PMi* the condition of the bl-xei HIHI for rhi-tiiii oim. I he f:• f• is thai u v l«,e"d has lie !i ot -i verv hitmory nature and i A CASE. have V3 1 been Cure of a Boston Ma Afflicted with Salt and Rheumatism. BOTH PROMPTLY CURED BY OR. WILLIAMS' PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE From Uu Herald. Botton MOM Thosp irho have hm? the tni-.(.»rttinp to be •fflioteil with salt-rheum, more especially when it has come in early childhood, can appreciate w hat it is to doctor for tins al most incurable trouble. They almost all tes tify that they have "doctored" for rears, and often with some of the leading physi cians, spending large stuns of money without obtaining relief. When this is complicated with p.n attack of rheumatism, especially in the case of a man whose arocation is one that exposes him to it, the serious nature ot his physical ills may be imagined, and also the potent efficacy of such a remedy as Dr. K good. Williams' Pink Tills for Pale People, which trouble with a good many people is that the think they do everything ov taking the ft In view of the circumstances it is not sur prising that many iu Boston, especially those of the railroad men, who havfe been familiar both with the individual and the attendant circumstances, should make so much com ment on the cure wrought in the case of Mr. the muscular rheumatism rapidly disappear grat -fnl for the cure they have caused, airl I think it is only rig'it that I should try ami let other* have the same opportunity for benefit as myself." In re gard to the origin of bin us» f'the Pink Pills he remarked I was first ie.| to try them on account of a certificate from a Montreal man which was published ir. the papers, mid I thouvht the same thing that had done so tnueii Iiitu would lle!|( rro -l,|.,j ... i. ,, i'"'" "r "v s Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke lotxr sLuo If von want to quit tobacco usinsr ea«ilj and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life aud vigor, take Iso-To-Bac, the wonder-worker, that, makes weak men stronp. Many pain ten pounds in ton days Over 4iK1,UK) cured. Buy No TiBa- of your druirpist, under fnarantee to f^ire, 50c or 1#1.4)0. t',H vita su.t-rheum (root infancy. J.y t:ead -hams' Mcdicine (,'otr.pany, Schcnectady, N. Y. I o n v o n e a a z i n e a n e a k e n w e w o u u s e /T/'VIFW OF RF.X'IE\\'SY as covering more ground than any other magazine"—Board of Library Commissioners ol New Hampshire, 1896. magazine is, In its contributed and departmental features, what its readers, who include the most noted names of the English-speaking world, are pleased to call "absolutely up to date," "thoroughly abreast of the "invaluable," and "indispensable." It is profusely illustra'..:i with timely portraits, views, and cartoons. Its original artici ji are of immediate interest, by the best authorities on their res-.ec . ive subjects. The Editor's Progress of the World gives a clear, rightly proportioned view of the history of the hurr.an race during the current month. The Leading Articles cf 2 Month present the important parts of tlie best magazine arlic'. that have been written in every part of the world. The now-^t and most important books are carefully reviewed. Inde:"3. chronological records, and other departments complete .s certainty that the reader of the REVIEW OF REVIEWS will miss nothing of. great significance that is said or written or done throughout the world. THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS CX 13 Astor Pkc:, Nev/ Ycr!u Sinale Copy, 25c. Trial fit* months). Booklet and samt e mailed free. Ad. Sterling itemedy (Jo.,ChAraso or York. PIN wa? covered with it and a good AM! of halt euiue oti It wiu very uneointoi tull and notium.. that 1 could do seemed to cure iu ''Then came my rheumatic trouble dur' ing three months ot last winter I think i came from extnisure in the railroad yard dur mg t»ad weather It was muscular rhcuma tism and was located principally in my righ urni o that 1 could hardly lift it that high. Here Mr. Freeman raised his outstretch? right arm slowly to a position below th middle of his breaat and gave a graphic ide of the difficulty and distress which aeeoi panied that effort before taking the Pit rills. I began to receive benefit from the fi time that I took the pills, and 1 have neve known, them to fail of doing good. Th opl small quantity ot any remedy. I am no one ot those who are satisfied with that kin ot sampling, and when 1 became aatisfi that they were the right thing tor me I re solved to use them with fullest eflect. I aoo seen red about 2 boies. I bought the timely from Janes' Apothecary ctore Washington Street. One of the first go: eileets I found was an increase of nnd the leiictit ot a general tonic. My became purer and better, and the ene ap|etit ects I. As I took no other medicine the hoi effect must have come from Dr. Williams Pink Pills. I was so gratified with thei elbet that I must have bought altogeth about eighty boxes. "The result was that I was enabled to at tend to my work as a hmkeman on the earn which vou know requires a pretty fre strength in the arms, and I found my gener al health and spirits toned up. "In the early period* of taking the pills I took one as a dose, and latterly I uicreaM-d two ami then three, the toning eflect bein all the stronger without any disagreeahl ellect. "I was so pleased with the results of t^ Pink Pills in my case that I recommem them to nil the railroad uien and others w« in my knowledge that I knew would need their benefit. As a consequence quite a num ber bei'tin their use. and from nil that I hear^ their ellects were very satisfactory, so that I fioubt not they would be willing to reinforc niv certificate with their own testimony." Mr Freeman's remarks were corroborated at intervals by his wife, who was a partici pant in the conversation and manifestly shared his genuine enthusiasm for the cura tive et?ei-is of which she had been a witness, and tor which the name of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills has become synonymous. He certainly looked well and no one could imamne by his appearance and manifestation of eueriry the double siege of rheumatism 1'1'i "!'r/!st'rved and salt-rheum from which the Pink Pills has rescued him. I am -ft satisfied," he said. as to the true results which the Pink Pills have brought nie that I can readily give an affidavit before a Notary to that eflect. All who know i and the circuiilsiaiiees of niv case will In, ever, feel convinced without the need of that." Ir. Williams' Pink Pills contain In a con drn .efl form, all the elements necessnrv to give new life and richness to the Mood ami restore suattered nerves. Tli»-v are an unfailing spe cific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia pari i.i 1 paralyse. St. Vitus dance, sciatica', iif'iraliria. rheumatism, nervous headache, the aftereffect of In grippe, palpitation of the heart pale and sallow complexions, ail forms of weakness either in mnleor female. Pink Pill ure si!d v all dealer*, or will be sent poe pa,d on reeeip. of price, of cents a box. or six Loves for •.:VI 'tb-v tiro never sold in '-i ioressing Dr. Wil- llustrai Edited by ALBERT SHAW Send 10 C::i'3 In SJa.'Vi, jr S,»-Ci tis-.i 0 oy n DR. P. N. PALMER, DENTAL SURGEON Office ovor Citiaor«4 National Bank. MADIEOB, COCTH DUUCOTA.