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OF THE STATE. Colunmbi WVall.. Work on the railway is benr pushed with more vigor than at an time istno the ono truoation commenced. Night and day shifts are runaing in many eamps, and il oontraetors are fpl hanaea. Fraeeriek Van Dyke, a well known rsneh* man residing near Egan, died last Monday morning. He was taken siok on Friday, and what at frst appeared to be only a trifling illness assumed a serious phase, and his death was sudden. The citisens of Columbla Fall subsoribed the sum necessary to conduct a free ferry across the Flathead river at the point where the big bridge Io to be built. It is for the aecommodation of footmen, and is of spe ela benefit to laborers along the line. A number of the young men of Colum bla Falls have organized a band, and will begin practice as soon as the instruments can arrive. The members of the new or ganisation purchase the instruments while citizens contribute to pay for an instructor, About $150 has been subscribed. The construction of the new steamer be. ing built here is prograssing rapidly, and the frame of the hull is in position. The machinery is en route, and the boat will be making regular trips between Columbia Falls and the foot of the lake before six weeks from the time work commenced. The Northern International Improvement Co.. Great Northern Lumber Co., the Butte & Montana Commeroial Co., and Shepard & Stem haysve all issued pay checks during the past week, and fully ;25,000 have been paid in wages to men in and within six miles of Columbia Falls. The "bucket brigade" is already a feature in the pros. perity of this city. Bishop Brondel talked freely of the Cath olio plans for this vicinity. He found a much larger church foilowing than he ex pected and the building of a church edi fee will be commenced in a few weeks. "We could not have found a better loca tion for a hospital and academy," said the bishop, "and we shall look no further. We cannot do all that we have in view thie year, but we shall push the hospital and academy just as soon as the church is com plted." Big Timber. A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Murray Wednesday night. The Grand hotel now has a carriage at the depot on the arrival of the passenger trains. T. M. Boyd and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter, who made her appearance in this world Thursday night. T. C. Pound has disposed of his interest in his ranch at Big Elk and will start in the commission business at Castle about Sep tember 1. T. H. Gurneo & Co. last week received a large and handsome new safe from the Hall Safe & Lock company, and can now feel secure of having their valuables safe in case of burglary or fire. The school board have not decided just when school will commence, but think it will open about Sept. 15, in the old school house, where it will continue until the new school house is completed. On Thursday the school trustees awarded the contract for the building the new school house to McDonald & Strathern, of Helena. for $4,690, the building to be completed and ready for occupancy Nov. 1. Last week, while boring an artesian well, oil was struck at a depth of 140 feet, and again on Friday at 165 feet. The veins are small, the oil being a heavy black petrole um. The second vein being larger than the first gives hope that a large flow of oil may be found at a greater depth. Should it prove to be so, it will open up a range of possibilities for this town that are as yet undreamed of. Castle. Smith Bros. have sold 'About 7,000 fat sheep. There are three men in the hospital this week, Dr. Cooper in charge. The dance at Robinson was largely at tended. the music good and the supper ex cellent, and those who attended from Castle report a royal good time. The Castle cornet band will give another ball in the I. O. O. F. hall, Friday evening, Aug. 14, to raise money to pay for the in struments. Admission $1. The Cumberland company's big boilers came in Thursday. This smelter is run ning smoothly, and Castle will hail the day when they have their new furnace in and work custom ores. All the mines in Castle Mountain districa ought to make a fire collection of ores for an exhibit at the state fair in Helena this year, and they can be used for the state ex ibit at the World's fair in 1893. Don't neglect this. Geo. H. Reed, of Boston, is registered at the Castle hotel. Mr. Reed represents a syndicate of Boston capitalists, and was here last year and bought a lot of real estate for them. He is on a tour through the west looking after the investments his folks have made. Stevensville. Mrs. John Hendricks presented her hus band with a bouncing boy last Monday evening, Aug. 3. Work is being pushed rapidly in all of the mines adjacent to Stevensville with a measured degree of success. Miss Kittie Catlin, of Missoula, and Miss Ross, of the Mission schools, were the guests of Miss Mary Catlin several days this week. Gen. Carrington has taken some very fine views of St. Mary's peak, Fort Owen and some of the Indians in their costumes during the week. John F. DeLancy, of Lo Lo. lost his barn, five head of horses and ten tons of hay by fire last Sunday evening. No clue to the origin of the fire. The natives and four Victorites had a genuine war dance at Victor last Wednes day evenine, about 10 o'clock. Sixteen shots were tired and nobody hit. Miss Ellen Wood has concluded a very successful term of three months duration in the Alford district. 'Ihe lady will take n vacation of four weeks preparatory to taking her place again as one of the teach ers in the Missoula schools. Mrs. T1'. W. Baker, of IBurnt Fork. was the guest of Mrs. J. It. Faulda last Tuesday evening. The lady hase taken tcott Mur ray, a 12-yeanr-old boy of E. II. Murray, of Missoula, to raise. Thie bhey will have the very best of care with Mrs. BakLer. Must not bs confounded with common oa har tic or purgative pills. (Carter'e Little liver Pills are eotirely unlike thern in every reipect. One trial wi l prove their vuperiority. What a Noted Physlcian Says. Cnreooo, Jan. 31, 1888. W. P. Witdom Dear ir--As you requested I have exam ined the formuln of your toilet preparation called "ltobertiue." I can assure you that the ingredients are both bland and harm less, and that the compound would form an excellent application In irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours truly, AnTHon Dr.o BIVAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, lRush Medical Col legeand P. A. Surgeon. U. 8. M. H. 8. .aOt.ematro nleamn.. Sat time changes minds as well as m1&v aere, though erea now when makina changes from one eirele to another, it efite requires that adaptability which could be said fenad in one who has automatie man. nors. However, suck radical changes net only appear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., among people, but also it the cenveniaaences and mlxariea aferdej mankind. Railroad travel is one instaneo A few years age, comparatively, one had to consume much valuable time in an uneom. frrtehle way to make what is now theough uoethiig of as a nights' journey in a sleeper. The mest modern eqipment and tran- portatton facilities can be foand on the fa.t trains of the Minneapolis a St. Louit railway to Chicago St. Lenis, Hot Sprian lansae OCty, et, Inqaire of any sent of the company, or O. M. Pratt, general tlioks sUend wasewsr saea MiamenýetU Mans, ORS. LIEBIG & CO. 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O-der to show cause why order of sale of reat estate should not be made. It appearing to the said court bl the. peti.ioe this day presented and tiled by Louis rtauler. guardian of the person and estate of Henry senck, minor. praying for an oader of slale of real estate, that t ms neresary to sell the iuteresst of said minor in the Alice lode, the vlffslo lode, the Cavnvaanh lide, the A.dam lode, the Augusta lode, the Julia lode and the Mulgrew lode, tih same being minins claims, for the purposes set lorth in said petition. !It is tkerefore ordered by'the said court, that all perseeeinterested iu the estate of laid minor, appear bsfore the said distrrot court, on tattr day, the fifth day of SeptemLer, A. D., 191. t 15 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, in the court rorm of department number two of said district court, at the court house in the raid county of Lewis and Clarke, to show cause why an order of sale ,hould not be granted to the said guardian, to sell the interest of said minor in said mining claims: And that a copy of this order be published, at, least, three successive weeks in The Helena Deity ]ndspsendent, a newspaper printed and publlts.be in satid county, Dared August 5, 1891. HORACE . BUCK. ltrc copy. Attest: JOHN BEAN. Clerk. My H. J. CAsLDY. Deputy. IN TRH DISi''tI.T COUIRT OF THE FIRtI Juoicial D'strict of the state of Hlnotana, i and for the county of Lewis an t Clarke. In t re rttr o the estate and suardianship of Julia eno.,. a minor. Urder to stow eon's why order of sale of real es. tate should nOt b3 made. It appearing to th stil court by the petition this day presented ed filed by Jacob Loeb. tie guardian of the person and estate of Julia Kcnrk. a minor, praying for an order ot anle et reeI estate. that it is necesary to ell the inter tot of s d minor in the Alice lode, the Buffdlo loude til (taranaoe h tode. the Atham lode. the Aungo(t lode. the .uh la lodeand ih' Mnlgrew lode, the sare being miini claims, for the purpseem sel forth In said petition. It is therefore ordered hy the raid count tiat all perrons interested in tl a n.tate of said mineor appear boefre the said district court on Rotur dey, the tilth day of Peptemter, ^. L. i1St. at 1f o'clock in aihe form.no.a of raid day. in the court rorm of department number two of saidtistrict recrt, at the court house in the said county of Lewis and Clarke. to show caur e why an order ..i ,ale should not be grrnted to the said guardian to sell the intert of the said minor in said mining clainms. Andthat a copy of thie order be published al rleast three successive weo!e in TIhet lelena ttaill Independent, a newspaper printtd and publicha in saied coenty. tated Angust 5, 189L HORACE R. HUCK. re Attest Distret Judge JOLN BEAN, 'lerk. By H. J. CASEDY,. Deputy. PROFESSIONAL CARDIS. .R . GDAVIES. Attorney at Law. Room 5, Ashtby Block, Helena, Mont. I)R.. F . AWYER,. Physician and Surgeon. SPECIALTa.s--Eye,. Ear and Throat. Office: 10hit. Broadway. CARPENTER & CAVANAUGH. (D. B. Carpenter, M. J. Cavsnaagh.) Attoraeys at Law. Rooms 9 and 10. Bailey Block. BR& BURN K. BAIIBOUII, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Masonic Temple. Helena, Mont. 1jAB ENA BULLARD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Will practice in all courts of recrd in the ioto. Office in Gold Bleck, Helena, Mont. 81ZER & KEERL, Civil and Mining Engineers U'. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors. Mineral at. ts secured. Rooms 12-13, Atlas Building. RHo 5ni, Mont. n M. N OCKMAN, Physician, Burgeon, Accouchor, Oculist, Aurist Member of San Francisco Medical Society. allo Nevada State Medical Society. Office on (lin street. over Steitluetz Jewelry StaIe. SMOKAZEL KIRKE CIRSI If you want the best. They have been in the market thirteen years, and are -BETTER THTAN EVER TO-D7TY. W. S. Conrad, St. Paul, Distributing Agent. S. Ottenberg & Bros., New York, the Makers. ------ CHAS. BASWITZ, SOLE 'REPRESENTATIVE FOR MONTANA, . FOR SALE. EVERYWHERE. 4atý TI1 ou r, pilrelou, n. pasirla in y,' eoim euteon foti4 rm the mun e y o The niat o o t ends het the bgt .nt you py the h ove n -p~pjmntW d itr.leao t totetfrpt . No s mt Clerk stsul m aoantd, to anew.r toe dPo emnt J3 her si, wIt~ h t Ddayes (exciuelmve of the S dme t ort rvic on you of ti.l eummoan, t erileermd w ihis intre or, at. ared oau t of f oun o ty, but wlthjn nthidtt, wi.ig twent ot terwse wl tin w foi y daye,. or udtmen bat aoreault wsill h talen aalnetyoau. acordtugathe t prayer ot sai complaint. The naside in isto rlugbht to obtain adec..e of med court diesodlnig lti bods of miatr.ouny heretofore and now exlslrg botwoen plaiptint and defendant. fr the reasn that the said do. solemnity oflhl marrs vow. wlfnutly d with, out caue cein ttd and abandoned the plaintiff, and has continued seo to do, and to live melrafete and peart from laintiff for more than one year egt piTet, egmnt her will and without her eon Allr th or ulliy ar eare from the romlalnt. en fili herein to w ioft reference is hereby had. And yoa are hereby notified that It you fail to appear and anmwer the maid complaint, me abo s required, the caid plaintiff will apiply to the ourt ftcr the relief tmsanded in the complraint. Given uander my hand an the seal of the die trictcourt of tlie First judicial cldistrict of the state of Montana, in and for the aounsi of Laowi and Clarke, thin seventh day of July. in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one. ,------, JOHN nBEAN, Clerk. (District Court By nI. i. TeOMPSON, eAL Iepnty Clerk. (0b. ofl ,N. A H, tI, McIntyre, AttM. for Plaintiff. GHERIaF'R SALE-rJOHN HORBiEY, IG. Miller and Hrman Rio ter,. partners. doing businesa am Horeky, Miller & Co., plalntiffs, vm. Catherine aolleuinus, defendant. Under and by virtue of an order of ule and decree of foreclosure and nale issuerd out of the district court ot the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewil and Clarke. on tihe 5th dclay of August, A. 1). 1891. in the above entitled action, wherein John Horky. g. Mtiller and Herman Richter, part nero, doing buhiness au Hoorky Miller & Co., the abovre named plaintiffs, obtaind a judg ment and decree of forecloenre and ole againat Catherine Folleuius. defendant, on the otth day of November. A. D. 18i0. for tlhe emin of 1.181 .410, bheide interest, costs and attorney fees, which said decree weas on the bothday of Nuember. A, D. 1890, recordedin judgment book No. ,F, of raid court at page 2lt.. 1 am commuanded to mell all that certain lot ptece or parcel of land, mituutd; lying and being in the city ef Heerna, eonnty of Lewl and Clarke. etate of Montana, and bounded and de scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot twenrty ('ci) in block thirty (10) in the Northern Pacific addition to the city of loelena county and state aforesaid, together with all and singular the tenermente, hereditameutse and ayp purtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertainiug. Public notice is hereby given that on Thursday, the :7th day of Acgncrt, A. D. 1891, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the front door of the court house. Helena, Lewis and Clarke county. Mon tana, I will, in obdtience to said order of eate and decree of foreclosure and sale, pell tic above descrihed property, or so much thereof an may be necessary to satisfy said judgment,. with interest and olsts. to the highest and beat bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand this 5th day of August. A. D. 1in91. CHAS. M. JECFFRIIS. Sheriff. By llatph t. JocNsoN, Ieunty ihcericll. MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS " a RAILWAY, a -AND THE SFAMOUIJe • ALBERT LEA ROUTE. 2 Threough Trains Dally From St. Paul and Mnasaemapolia a S TO CHICAGO . Without change, connecting with the Fat Trains of all line for tie EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Lin raunning Through Cars between Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Alberit Lea and Fort Dc.dge. Solid Through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS and the principal cities of the Mieisiippi, and connecting in Union Depote for ad points South andc Southwest. Many hoors raved. and the only line running two trains Daily to ANSAS CITY, LEAVI,.N WOITII, ATCHISON, making connection with the Union Pacific and Atcleieon. Topeka & Sautl. Fe railways. Close connections made in Union Depot with all trains of the St. Paul, Minneano. lie & Manitoba, Northern Iacifie, St. Paul & Duluth Railways. from and to all pointe North and Northwest. REMEMBERI The trains of the Minneapolis A St. Loni Balil ways ere composed of Comfortable Day Conches. lMagificent Pullman Hleeping Carea Ilorton Re dlining Chair Carc. and our justly celebrated PALACE DINING CARlS. 150 lb, of laggsge checked FREE. Fare al ways a low ms the lowest. For Time Tables. Through 'licket-. etc., call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to 0. M. PRATT. General Paseenger and Ticket Agt.. Minneapolis. To Chicao in Less than 14 Ho0ur cr VIAs = NORTHWESTERN LINE 0. St P.M. & 0. Ry. C. & .-W. Ry.I The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line running alt its Passenger Trains in less than 14 hours Letween St. Paul and Chi sago, and while this time is quick, trains do not have to run at as high rate of speed to mate their time as on otherlinos, beoause this liM is shorter than any other line. "The Pullman and Wagner Vestibuled LImit ed," leaving Bt. Paul at 7:30 P. M., makes.the trip to Chlcago in 13/S hours, retarning in 1= hours and 25minutes. "The Daylight Express." leaving St, Palt at 7:41 A. M.I makes the tripto Chicago Is 11 hour and 50 minutes, returning ia 1. hours and 4. minutes. This is the only line by which connections are assured in Chicago witih all fast line trains from Chicago to the east and south in the morning and at night. Close conasetions are made at St. Panl with Northmrn Pacific and Great Northern train. For rates, maps folders. etc.. apply to C. F. M. TINING. General Asent. _-iloy Block. No. sI N. Main St., Helena. Mont T. W. TzABDAsE, Gen. Pass. Agent. St. Paul. Mian. S A K. PRESCOTfT, -Dealer in 0M MARBLE * *AND* 1 GRANITE M ý MONUMENTS Heoadstones. IIHaErNA. - - MONa THOS. GOFF, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges. Mine and Mill Supplies. 22 NORTH MAIN STREET. IHEALTH IS WEALTII TiQATMEN Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and BIrain Treatment. a guaranteed rpecific for Hysteria, Dizziness, (',lvuleons. Fits, Norvona Neuralgia, Headachie. Nervous Prostration canoed by the e of alcohol or totacco. Wakofuolnns. Mental Depresion. Joutenilg of the brain, resnlting in insanity and irading nt misery. decay and derith, Prematore Ohl Age. Barrenness. Loss of Power in either sex Involentray Losren andl thpermatorrhfma causedR by over-exertion of the brain. self-abus or over in duolgene. Eoh box contains a month's treat moent. $1.t0 a box, or six boxes for $500, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. WPE GUARANTEE SIX BOTTLES To cnue any caoe. With each order received b uo for six bornse accompanied by $5.00, we will s'nd the purchaser our written guarantee to reo frnd the money if the treatment dons not effect a rire. uilarantees issued onlyt by H. l. .archen & Co., drnggitn, sole agents, Hllena. Mont. $500 REllARD. We will pay the abvo reward for any cane of Liver Complaint. l)rspepsia, hick HIeadache, In ditestiro, ('onstilpation or Costiveonce we annort curn with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the dirrection are stlrictly complied with 'l hy aro purely Vegotable and *vetr fail to give ea'isfao Ilon. S.nar coated. I arge )oxros, containing t: Pills, 25 ronts. IBware of counterfeits and initations. 'lhe grmnuin manufactured onlty by ''Ine JttN C. WEST (OtMPA.Y, ('hicaco, 11t. bold' by It. M. ParTchon & Co., drnggists, Helena._ IN THE DISTIIIcT COURT OF THE FIRST Judicial ])istrict of the Stata of Montane, in and for tie counrty of trewis anId Clarke. In the mat:er of the estate of Villiam Kelly, dcocoasel. Ordlr to show cause wiy sale of mining prop erty ahould not l rn made. tcn readling and firing the qgetition ct William L. Stele and ilichael Kelly, executors of the lhst will snd testameont of Wiliamr KIol y. de roie.md, and prayinr, asmong other thigs,. for an orldr of sale of thie mining property of said cl tat' of William Kelly. It it orderd 'Il hat all persons interested in Ith e t.tins (hr te .il William Kelly, doceased, ,,, aed | optear before the Itiotriet t'onrt. in and fo,' the ctetltrv ot lewis and tlarke. at the court romto f said slourt, in the cot.rt hotlso in said cournty, rn Mondtray, til tenth day of August, lttq, at li o'clork a. o., then unsr thore to etrow 'axiae wlri Oll ordetr of sale hhotnldl uot be made of tlhe lnning lproperty of said estate, acordingl to law. It is further orderred. '-hat a copy of thin order Ie iublishedro folr or IIt'rcseslsV weeks be4oro tie raid tenth day of rAugtts(, ltll, in tihe trlsRom hIttepndoult. a n'wsrpalper printedl nnd pub lhost'od the eald lewis lanti Clarke county. Ite. I IIIIACIE It. BUCK, Julge. 2lated July ti. IS01.. rl'OCKHOLDERtS' MEETINGO-NOTICE IS brrebysiven that a mestint of the stotk. holders of'Th' . Leso Miniong al Milling tlompary" lf Slonttrna, will te Ihel at t o office of seid ,'rmrrsnty at .o3 Nolth ' bird streetl St. Losie. Me.. on Modavs, the 17th day of August. 1891. for tho ,rrostr o of sleetlug sot 0n (7) tIrtltote tO servo or tle asoiuig year. tolls open orcur 12 as tot p. _61. A. GOtOD, tsecretary. THE I RUN Fbast Trains with Pullman Veetibnled Drawc Boom Sleepers Diinng Cars and Coacbhe o latest design, betwoee Chicago and Milwaukee and St Paul and Minneapolil. .a't Trains with l'llman Vestibuled Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining Cars and Coaches ow latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee end Ashlaud and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist Sleepers via the Northern Pacific ailroad between Chicago and Portland. Ore. Convenient Trains to and from Eastern. West. ern, Northern and Central Wislonsin points. atf fording unequalled service to and from Waoae. sha, Feod du Lae. Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Htrley. Wis., and ironwood and $aesemer. Mich. For ticket., sleeping-car resrvation, time ti. bios and other information, apply to agents of the line or to ticket .agents anywhere in the United States or Canadla. S. Ii. Ainslie, then'l Manager, Milwaukee, Wi. . .annaford. , eneral Traffi Manager. Tt. Paul, Min. . B. C. Barlow, Traffic Managar Milwaukee; Wi. Louis Eckstein. Aat, Ben I AP'r Ag't.,W THE GREAT NORTHERN Railv~aj Line. Montana Central Railway. Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Railway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Sioux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry. THE GREAT THROUGH SYSTEM! : A solid tkrough train of Sleepers, Dining (ar, D)ay Coaches and Free Colonial Sleepere to Mliuneapolis. St. Paul, Du luth, West Superior and Sioux City. Close corunectins for Chicago, New York,. Booton and all Eastern Cities. Until further notice Trains will rnn a follows: aeRlvR. ALL TRAINS DAILY DEPART. 11:00 a. m. I...Atlantic 'xproee... 11:10 a. m. 2:30 p. m. acitic lizpree... 2:41 p. m. 8:10 pm.. . .le.-a Ak Ilutt- l-ocal 8:4.-0. m. Sleeping car bertlh. tickets, time tables, et., at l)ep ,t ed City Ticket Office, . N orth Main street. C. W. Prrrs. City Ticket Agent. B. It. LANLEy. (i. P. & T. Agt., B. C. R ,y. SECEIVER'S SALE-NOTICE 1S HEREBY given that the undersigned rrceiver by virtue of a decree made and entered in the United States circuit court, of the Ninth Judicial circuit in and for the district of Montana. on Wednesday, Jul I, 18.. In which oilchrist Brothers & kdgar are plaintiffs, against Helena, Hot Sprins and Smel ter lRtilroad company, H t sl. defendante. will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the let day of September 1891.at the north door ot the court house, in the county of Lewis and Clarks. Plate of Montana, at 12 o'clock m.. of said day, all the right, title and Interest of the partie in said suit to the following described property to wit: That certain railway known as the Helena, Hot Sprinns and Smelter railroad, commencing on the boundary line between the Broadwater Hot pring Hotel propert and the premises ofthe late Dwuight T. Goo del running thence in an easterly direction to, and through the city of Helena. to the Northern Pacific depot. Together with all the lands, tenements and hereditaments. acnsired or appropriated for the right of way of sairailroad and branches. And all the ease ments, rights, liberties, privilesge franchise, in. munities and exemptions of said railroad com pany appertaining to the owning, maintaining, operatiln, using and enjoying the same; together with all the railroad tracks, right of way, depot grounds, station ground and other lands, atru. tures, station house, engin house, car hore. fuel houses, warehouses, shops, machine houses. turn tables, superstructures, rolling stocks, cars f i0* niture, tools, implement, macohinery, of said railrorad omt ny, an all othr propertyeal, personal and mixed. Written bide will also be received by the under signed for said property, which msaid biLds will he opened at the place and upon the day of sale and openly read as the bids of parties making the saine. The sale shall be made subject to the ap proval and eont(nation of the above named court. The property will not be sold for less than $15.000. of which sum at least $12.000 shall be paid in rash, sad the balance may be paid in six and nine months, secured by a morttags lien upon the property, or such other security as may be approved by the court. all deferred payments baarlng interest at the rate of eight per cent pee annum. WILLIAM 1. CLARK, leceiver, THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. l the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis vio La Crost'e and Milwau kee to Chicago and all points in the East ern States and Canada. It is the only line under one nmanagemnent between St. Paul and Chicago, and is the linetal Equipped Railway in the Northwest. It ie the only line running Pullman Drawing-room Sleep. lng ears with luxurious smoking-rooms, and the flnest dining-oars in the world, via the famous "River Bank loute," along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chioa go. 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