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GROWTH OF BIG TIMBER,
Better and More Extensive Sohool Faollities Demanded by I:nl oreasing Population. Other New Buildings' Going Up, Business Improving, the Out look Enoouraging. A Soelal nceldent That Was of Rather am auwuail Nature-Twer Ladies Muehloapluueed. Bra Txuamn, Aug. 14.-[Special.l1-Big Timber has completely outgrown her edu cational facilities and we are to have a new Sohool hones. The building will be a hand some brick structure 44x50, to cost $5,000, and to be completed by Nov. 1. The con tractors are here and work has commenced. A whole block has been generously donated to the school, one-third by Thos. H. Lee and two-thirds by Hatch Bros. & Co. The contractors are McDonald & Strathern, of Helena. They secured it through H. B. Palmer, of Helena, their bid being the low est, $4,960. The highest was by O. M. Lamphaer & Co., of this place, being $7, 446. To Thos. Lee, Jacob Halverson, owner of the Grands hotel, Newton Budd, W. L. Shanks, owner of the bank building, An derson, Harris, Hatch Bros. and others is due, to a great extent, the upbuilding of Big Timber. A. F. Cavanaugh has sold his saloon fix tureas and stock to S. B. Roberts. The for mor purchased of the latter the building re cently occupied by Mrs. Parker as a milli nery store and has opened therein a first class saloon. Mr. Irvin, the confectioner, is erecting a handsome one and a half story frame resi denee, which is a credit to himself as well as the town. W. W. Bassly shipped a train load of fat mutton sheep to Chicago last week. He shipped another train load this week. Mr. Beasly is the largest shipper of mutton in the state. He is paying $8.50 a head. He is also interested in the well-known Poor man mine of Boulder. He states the mine is looking well. The ore is free milling gold, and runs $170 so the ton. The com pany has ordered a ten-stamp mill. The artesian well, owned by Thomas K. ee and George Hatch, is down 190 feet. At a depth of 140 feet a light flow of pure petroleum was encountered. The flow at present, while not in a paying quantity is of good quality, and all indications point to a larger flow. The present contract calls only for 200 feet, but as soon as possible drilling will be resumed and continued to a depth of 600 feet. There are a number of people desirous of securing ranches on the Crow reserve anx iously awaiting the decision of the author ties at Washington. A large number of strangers visit Big Timber. They are favorably impressed with our surroundings. Big T'imber is the natural gateway to Cooke City, the Leadville of Montana. The distance is only sixty miles. We pride our selves that this is the way to Cooke City. Boulder creek a few miles above town is alive with the speckled beauties. The angler with the patent rod is in his rlement here. Dr. Moore is the best au thority on the Bfnny tribe as well as on our aches and ills. Big Timber is to have another minister of the goapel, this time a Methodist. This will make *iA"Cdngregationalists Episcopalians ayi lethodista rbpresented here. All have a good following. Miss Carkner, a school teacher of St. Louis, is spending her summer vacation hose 'ith her sister,Mrs. Rev. J. A. Branch. 'ite latter, with her son and daughter, ar rived in Big Timber from Pueblo, recently. Even the Indians avail themselves of the services of ' minister at Big Timber. A young couple on the Crow reservation were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, the Congregational minister officiating. The young Indian groom said he did not want a lawyer to perform his marriage ceremony, leither did he want to pay him $15 for the job; he believed in religion anyway. The minister will receive a load of hay. The following evening the Indians tripped the light fantastic in honor of the bride and groom. This would make a good subject for a magazine. Mrs. Merriless and children will start for C.nads on the 25th on an extended visit. Miss Bessie, who is troubled with very weak eyes, will consult an oculist at Detroit while en route. The newspaper plant for the Big Timber Pioneer arrived to-day. Their office is completed, and the Pioneer will now be published at home, and will work for the upbailding of Big ' imber. The people ap preciate the Pioneer's enterprise. There was a pretty episode in one of Big Timber's families last Saturday evening, and one of the ladies is looking very meek, yet with an appearance as if she would like to give freedom to pent up wrath or anni hilate some one, while the other lady is all roguish smiles, and it is with difficulty she has suppressed laughter since she has thie discovered the joke. Robert Sinclair and Mr. Hall, the latter the bank cashier, strolled up to a certain house just to have a look through the field glees at the grand old Rockies. Of couree they were invited in and introduced to the family. The la dies seemed to delve into the deepest re cesses of their vocabulary and knowledge, and Mr. Hall seemed eatisfied to insert be tween commas and periods, "Yes," "Love ly!" "Beautiful!" "Superbl" etc., while Robert seemed uneasy, with a far-away look in his eyes, and seemed hurt that he was not more familiarly recognized. The gentlemen arose to depart, but Robert hesi tated and, ast:pping to Miss -, shook her hand cordially-very cordially-and re marked, "I have enjoyed my visit with you this evening very much, Anna." Turning to Mrs. -- he said, "Good-bye, Mollie," and departed. The two ladies stood speechless, their eyes and mouths wide open, and looking at each other in dismay. Their dialogue was some thing like this: "Did you ever?" "Did I ever?" and the pretty Anna stamped the carpet with her dainty foot. "Who can the impudent fellow be that would act and ad dress us so ungentlemanly? We have never e met him betore." "No," replied Mrs. B. "As he was in my house and seemed to be a friend of my husband's, I concluded to treat him decently." Robert was well ao quainted with the ladies twenty-three years aego and was the fair Anna's lover. Her mind donbtless reverts to those happy days when she and Jlobei t exchanged love tokens. lRobert is married and has sois and daugLh ters to gladden his declining years. Sunday Excursion Rates. T'he Montana Central will sell durinug the summer tickets from Helena to Alhambra and Boulder and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale Batur days and Sundays and will be good to re turn until the following Monday. B. B. LNaeLae, General Ticket Agent. How to Prevent Roughness of the Slin. DIuriug cold, dry, windy weather this question agitates the mind of every lady in the land who prizes a smooth, soft skin. There is nothing moue harmless and effect ive than Wisdom's Violet Oream for Ire renting and eradicating the ill effects of severe weather. T'ry it. O. K. T.--lesest Resulas.--O. K. T. Many of the pioneers of Oregon and Washington have cheerfully testidud to the wonderful curative properties of the cele brated Oregon Kidney oes. Purely vege table and pleasant to the taste ad an he taken by the youngest child or most deli cate female. O.K.T. is a never faillng remedy for paine in the back and loins. ou retentlion of urine, soldsig or burning enatlon while uruinating, mucous die har: nad. all kidney tronublee of either so, at all drugglite. Death Pr.e Kidney Diseu ," Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the Amerioan people annually. ' Or.go Kidney Jea is gaursteed to cure llrms or of kiady troubles. T'ake it in Aseema UsManauere. BSat time hamgep minds as well as man arc, though even new when makilg ehaeps ftrjn one alret to another, it otten ruires that adaptability which could be said feund in one who has antematl man.. ners. However, nach radieal changes set nly pear in drawiag-room repartee, street Sr es,.ste., eons eople, bhut sle. Ike oonv .e ni oes and lxurig.s •fordo. makind. Railroad travel is eme instaune, A trow yenar ag serp irativsei on had h eoanmo mush valua ble (ims in a mo Iom. f.tabhle way to make what is now thought nothing ef as a nlght'e journey in a seeper. The meet modern equipment and trans Ortation faMlllitiee n be found on the rant trains of the Mlnneapolls A Mt. Lousle railway to Ohieoag St. Laoue, Hot Springy Kanlsas cty, ete. Intaire of any agent ci the eompany, or O. K. Pratt, general tihdo and psuMn.r agent. Minnaenolta. Mina. •Ming's Opera House: 4 J. 0. EMIZNoTON, MANAGER. . E"BTHREE NIGHTS ONLY I SATURDAY MATINEE 1. COMMENCING THURSDAY, AUG. 13. The Pioneers of Fares Comedy, --HE- SMESTAYIER-VAUGHN -CO, In their Latest Musical Extravaganza THE GRAB BAG, A Satire, by W. A. Mestayer. Author of "The Tooriste." "We, Us & Co." Supported by an Excellent Company of Artiatl and Bpecialty People. THEJRESY VAUQFGI, The Great Contralto. WM. MESTAYER'B OWN BILL. Seats on sale at Pope & O'Connor's drug store, Wednesday, Aug. 12. Ming's Opera HouseI 4 J. C. REMINOTON, MANAGER. > TUESDAY, AUG. 11 and 18. The Favorite German Dialect Comedian, Mr. qEO. G. STALEy, The World's Greatest Lullaby Singer and Yodler. in his duccessful Comedy, A ROYAL PASS A SUPERB COMPANY OF PLAYERS, PICTURESQUE COSTUMES, NEW AND CATCHY SONGS. An evening of rare enjoyment guaranteed. Under the Management of MR. HARRY DOEL PARKER. ea' son sale at Pope & O'Connor's drug store Saturday Aug. 1., regular price. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. R. G. DAVIES_ - Attorney at Law. Room 5, Ashby Block, Helena, Mont. Dr . F. C. LAWYER, Physician and Burgeon. BPECIA.LTxs-.Eye, Ear and Throat. Oi ,: )06.i Broadw.o. CARPENTER & CAVANAUGH, (D. B. Carpenter, M. J. Cavanaugh.) Attorneys at Law. Rooms 9 and 10. Bailey Block. ASHBUR N K. BAIIIOUII, Attorney and Connsellor at Law. Masonic Temple, Helena. Mont. ABBSENA BULLARD. Attorney and ('onnsollor at Law. Will practice in all courts' of recrd In the .tate. Office in Gold lilock, Helona. Mont. SIZER & KEERL, Civil and Mining Engineers U. 8. Doepot Mineral Surveyors. Mineral oat Cnts ecured. Rooms 12-18, Atlas Building, Rol aon, Mont. DR. M. ROCEMAN, rhys.cian, Burgeon, Acconchor, Oculist, Anrist, Membsr oF San Franocico Medical Society, Il.o Neovada Stato Medical Society. Office *r. Uain street. over Steinumet Jewelry Btore. -: C. E. KEMP, : Also Wax eals. Order by Mail. Park Avene, - - l olona., Montana. • " THE ELECTRIC CIGAR CO., o3 -i-- -Saint P ul, - I iMinnesota,--== + . Are the Only and Sole Distributing Agents for Montana of the Celebrated *** AGNES BOOTH CIGARS. Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. SAUL I. GINSBURG, Western Salesman, ORS. LIIEB!I & GO. Will oen noit at IIERCHANT8 -:- FIOTEL, pt. 1, remellnR to Iept. 7, 1801, and ms sam dates wll vit eIslana aech mout.thbreafter. The Oldest, Most Successful, and Only Reliable San Francisco Specialists, Surgeons and Physicians, Wh havethe majority of Patlents under trea' meat ia un Franiseoe and on the Peel. e Ceast for the following diseaes, are now in Butte COty. All requiaing expet medleal or snrglel ervi.es ena be treated by the great Pacifico Cat Doctors, now in Butte City, with. out having to visit San Franetaoo. latranee to Lleblg World Dispensary. 8 Nset Broadway, corner Main Street. Dr. Lieb~p & Co. are regular graduates t tltoia im " surgery and specal tpact tioneo authorized by the states of tiuourL Clalitorn q and Montana to treat all chronic, nervooe an private diceases whether cansed by imprudenc, zcese r eontf.bol reminal weakta, nghr Dse estxa deb ptyifalos of sexual power aervc debility lcesoe otf erve force], dlsease o the blood tUfyphil. loTnorrhea, gleet and tria trel cured. Curable raest ganraneo or money refundsd. Charree low. hoeuand e of cases cared. All medicines re eapee•ally prcpared for each indivlduil M art laboratory. No injtlreion or poisonous compounds used No time lost from businooe. Patient s at. a diitace treated by mail and express. Medicine sent everywhere tree from gts or breakage. In dliseas ofo the blood. brain, heart and neos oune system, as well as liver, kidney and gravel complaints,. rheumatism, paralysis and all other chronic diseasee. Write for illustrated papers on Deformttice., Club Feet, Curvature of the l~ p e Piles, Tumors Cancer, Catsarrh, Bronchitis, Inhalation, MEcric ftt, Magnetism, Parayl.ie. hpllepey, Kidney, ILaddor, Eye, liaEr, hkin aod Blood aid all sunrgI ca operations. Disease of women a speoialty. Hook on di-e elee tree. Th' only reliable Modical apd Surgical Instl tote makirng a aecially of private disease,. All blooddiseosee successfully treated. Syph-i litic P'oions removed from the system without mercury. New restorative treatment for lose of Vit.l Power. Persons unable to visit us may be treated at home by orrespondense. All cm. mutications confideetiat. Medicines or Inotru. ,ents sent by mail or exprees securely pecked. One personal interview preferred. Callrud conl suilt us, or send history of your case and we will mend in plain wrapperour book free explaining why thousands canuot be eared of Private, rip eal and Ner*ous diseases, Seminal Weaknesm, Spermetorrea, ]nmpotency, Byphilis. Gonorrhce, 6leet Varicoclel, etc. Dre. Liebig & C.o. are the only qualified or re sponsible pecialists left in Montana cince the new medical law. Offce honrs from9 to and 7 to p. m.; or by appintment in obscure or urgent oseMs, CIONSULTATION FBEi. Ageny for Dl)r. Liebig's Invigorator at Boon L Pait Brmdway. untt.. MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS * " RAILWAY, * * -AND TIE * FAMOUJS * ALBERT LEA ROUTE. 2 Through Train. DaIly From Lt. * * * * TO CHICAGO . * , Without chane, conneting with the Fast Trains of all lines for the EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Line running Through Care between Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Albert Lea and Fort Dodge. Solid Through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS and the principal cities of the Missisippi, and connecting in Union Depots for al points Sooth and Southwest. Many hours avred, and the only line running two tralins Daily to ANSBAS rCITY, IEAViN WORTI., ATCHISON, making connection with the Union Pacific and Atririon. Topnka & Santa Is railways. ('lose connecti 'nr mRdo in Union Depot sith all trains of the St. Paul. Ilinneapo lie & Manitoba, ;'orthern 'acifioc, St. Panl d, Duluth Railways, from and to all points North and Northwest. REMEMBER I ' The trains of the Minneapolis A St. Louis Rail. ways are composed of Comfortable Day Coaches, Mag'nicent Pullman Sleeping Care, lorton Ito" -lining Chair Cara, and our justly celebrated PALACE DINING CARS. 150 lbs. of Bag age checked FREE. Fare al ways as low as the lowest. For Time Tables, Through 'I icker. etc., call upon the nearest ticket agent or welts to C. M. PRATT. General Passenger and Ticket Agt., Minneapolis. To Chicap0 in Less than 14 lours -.VIAt SNORTHWESTERN LINE C. St P. M. & 0, Ry, C, & N.-W, Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line rnning alt its Passengor Trains n lees than 14 hours LBtworr St. Paul and Chi cago andwhile this time is quick, trains do not have to run at as high rate of speed to mars their time as on other lines. beeanue this line i shorter than any ether line. "The Pullman and Wag~er Vestibuled Limit ed," leaving St. atul at 7:80 P. M., makes tihe trip to (thiNago in 13' hours, returning in 18 hours and l minutes. "The Daylight Eaprers." leaving St, Paul at 7:45 A. Mr makes tie trip to Chicago I 1II hours and 50 minutee, returning in 18 hours and 45 minutes. This is the only line by which connectlons are assured in Chicagro with all fast line trains from Chicago to tie east and south in the morning and at night Clos connections arr made at St. 'Paunl with Northern Paific and Qreat Northern trains. For rates. maps folders~, etc.. apply to C. . .'TINLINO. (ieneral Agent, "ailey Block. No. 58 N. Main it., Helena. Lo nt. T. W. TEAe.Dlra, Gen. Pas. Agent. St. Paul Mlin. NcOTPI.E TO CREDITo V, S.-1N THIE I)1.S trlot court of the first, judici dlistrict of the state of Montana. in and for tihe county of L.twis and Clarke. In the matter of the eaototr of JIarid libean. deceased. Notice i r hereby given by the undersigned. ni ministrator of tir e'tate of IDavid lIrnl'rn. dsceased, to thlr rediterr of. and all elors:n lhav ing claims guainst the said derres ri, to exhitit trem with the aeesaary uher, witLn s tenr mu.nths after the firet pulrlirartron of thibs nItict. to the said adrministrator at ti. law ofnico ol Ashbnrn K. earbour. in the etas nie 'r'trrle. in the city of ielena, ronsty of Iotvi ai.d t'let k and state of onantaa, the same being the la tag f the transastion of the bosiness oa thrr aid estate. 1t'JrtAt ltUBI'N. Administrator of the estate of IDavid llthbera deceanred. Dated. lielena, Montana, July Y8. Ih9L THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE GRAND SPEGIAE WEEK: 20 PIECES ALL WOOL HIGHLAND PLAIDS, WORTH 75C. PER YARD, THIS WEEK 49C0. 11 PIECES ALL WOOL NORMANDY STRIPES, WORTH 75C. PER YARD, THIS WEEK 490. 6 PIECES ALL WOOL, 54-INCH CAMEL'S HAIR, WORTH $1.50 PER YARD, THIS WEEK, $1. 15 Dress Patterns, Velvet, Silk and Plush Combination, WORTH FROM $7.50 TO $12, THIS WEEK, CHOICE $4. The above special offerings are the best of the season. The goods are new and elegant. Don't fail to purchase this week, as later they will return to former prices. AGENTS FOR BELDING'S SILK HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. NONE GENUINE UNLESS PURCHASED FROM US. AGENTS FOR FOSTER'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. NONE GENUINE UNLESS'PURCHASED FROM US. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Cor. Main and State Sts., Helena, Montana l5BI5 U I REB AL Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment. a guaranteed specific for IHysteria, Dizziness,. Convolsons, Fit. Nervous Neuralgia, Headache Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohl or tobacco. Wakefulness, lMental Depression Softening of the brain, tesulting in insanity ani leading to misery, decay acid detth, Prematnre Old Age, Barrenness. Loss of Power in either sex lnoluntray LoseRe and ifpermnitnrlrhea canlsoi by over-exertlon of te hbrain. celf-abena or over iudltgonece. FEch box contains a month's treat ment. $1.O0 a box, or six boxes for $5 00. sent by mail prenaid on receipt of price. WCE GUARANTEE 1IX 0'rrTLE'. To onure any case. With each order received by Ls for six boxes, aecompani tl by $5.00 we will send the opur<tia'er nor wrist n geortrante to re fund the money if the tratml'nit dour not effect a uore. (Gtaral:toes icened only by 1t. At. l'archen & Co., druggist3, sole agents, rllena, Mont. $500 REWARD. We will iay thie nbove reward for oan ease of Liver Complaint. Li.spepsia. tick Ileadaheh. losn digestion, (nstitipalion "r (ostivoneos we csannot cins with West's Vegeltble Liver P'ills, when the directions are strictly complied with 'I hy are purely Vegetable and oiver fail to give sa itfae tloi. Sugar coated. I ar;o roxes, contltainng 3I Pills, 25 sents. teownw e f ctn outerfeitn anld imitations. 'lhie innine matenroterel o nly by 'Ite Jhon C. WEST ('OIt'aNYo. ('hicao. Ill. bold by I. M. Parchen A Co., diruggits. Helolena. IN THE DISTIlICT COUR't T oF TIlE Ir'alT Judicial District of the State of Montana. in and for the tounty of Lewis and Clarke. In the matoer of the estate of \tillian Kelly, deceaJsd. Urder to show cano whly sale of mining prop. erty should not be lado. Un readliung and filing the petlition rf William L. .feels and ialiuaol Kelly. executors of the lest will soid tosteaucnt of \Villtam Kol y. do. crroned, and praying, aonng other sting:. for :n orders ofsale of the mining p(t ,pirty of said Ces tate o.f William Kelly. It is orlered 'lhar, a!l persons ilnt3restet in tlhe o.,t,te oi thUe aid Wil;iai Kelly. dorIeaed. ILe and aptears before thti lti rt t',urt, in. antiu5 for the oeunty eu ILewis nti Clarke, at the court roo,m cif said conrt, in thire etorIt heoise n sci, county, on lhinday. thl tenth day of August. 1st., at 10 o'clock i. im.. tihen iid there s r how came e"h." nat order of salei shotld inot re made of tire mining property of said estate. ac.ocdiag to law. It in fnrther ordered. 'Tfhat a copy of tills orderl be tllblsteld foe four i esllt'eeivs weeks le',l'.o tie r: itl tenth day of AugustO , It.11, i: tinle helena Inldependent, a nawepatier plined mud pnlr linsot iiu inthe said lewis aiil (CAeris col.n y. Sigsned. I IIOHAII it. IUt:CK. Jludge. lataol Jnuy , ;801. alT(tCtI(htttl,PTlt' MKETINt--N()TICW' IS hirrebe givo'l tht a ismetin; of the stonk. holdtsi of'. lIe le.o Mililon acii Miling (lunt I'y of Montian. will he hel i at t ol oOiso ot ssio ct.lillftni"i a l.t Notlth'Ihirlstrsei .t. Loulis. MO . on Mo! av,. tile 17th day of August. I8:'l, tor the enrl'nce of eiectitu cne ou (1) trt-tossn to ircce foe the insuing fsi'r. IPolls open 'rom 12 m to p. rm. A. (tOl'D, Scarotary. THI E RUN Faet Trins with Pullman Vestilbled Droaw. Boom Plerpors. Diing Ca.rs and Co;ach.b o latest design, btwoeet hioago a i Miiwankes and Ft Paul and Miune:rpolis. Fast Trains with Pullman Vestibuled Drawina Room Sleepers, Dining (Cars ant C'o.sches of latest design, between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashlaud and Duluth. Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing Room and Colonist Sleepers via the Northern Pacific Railroad betwe u 'hica.., and P'ortland, Orn. (onvoniont Trains to anil fronm Elastern. Woest, rno. Northern and ('entlal Wisconsin psontas.t. fordinl unequalled Service to and from Waae. she, Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Hurley. Wis., and Ironwood and Beesemr, Mich. For ticlkets, sleeping-car ree'rvation, time t.. bles amd oLher information, apply to agentb of th, line, or to ticket agents anywhere in the United: Statos or C.nadr i H. Ain~lio, Gen'i Manager, Milwaukee. Wi. 1. M. HaunafTord, General Traffic Manager. I at. Paul, nina, . C. Barlow, Tra.tfic Maniger, Milwaukee: WIJ. Louis Eckstein, Acat, Gnn 'I Pa'r Ag't., &ldwaukee. Wis. IHE REAT NORTHERH Railvsayj line. Montana Central Railway, Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Ra Iway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Si ?ux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry, TIlE GREAT THROUGHI SYSTEII!: A solid thronugh train of Slsueprs, Pinia : (Car, DIay Coeahes :snd lroee Coloni l Sleepere to liuata;poli,. Et. P;:ul, Da luth, West Supirlor s nd Fiota t'ity. ('lose crontocti !r, for Cthicgg. , New York, bloaton anti all Ealtern Cities. Until further notice Trains will ran as follows. al.jvrc ALL TRAINS D.AILY ...rAT. 11:01. a. . ..Atlatie l"x.pres... d11:10 a. m. 2:35 p. m .. L'ainc Raic . ".. "2:1 p. tM. 6:iO p. tn. Helena A itlte .oral _ to10 a tl. Sleeoping ear Iberth', tickets, titme t.tb!os, etc., 0t lisp t and City Ticket tiftico. sio. I, Nor!lh Main stroet. C:. \5, l't.re. City 'Tilket Agent. 1l. B. lANCOIL. G. P. '1'. Agt.. M.. I. 1'y. RECEIVER'S SALE-NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the undersigned receiver by virtue of a decree made and entered inthe United 8tates circuit court, of the Ninth Judicial cironit in and orthe district of Montan o en Whodneeday. lal I. 18t), in which Gilehrist Brothers &.Edga ur plaintiffs, against Helena, Hot 8prings atYnd Smie ter Railroad company, at l.. defendants, will ue at pubnhlic auction, to the highest bidder, oa the let day of September 1891.'t the north door of the court house, in the county of Lewis and Clarka, state of Montana, at 11 o'clock m.. of said dA ill the right, title and interest of the partiems said suit to the following described property to wit: That certain railway known as the Helerna, Hot Springs and tmelter railroad, commencing olt boundary line between the Sroedwater ot rpring Hotel property and the premises of the Iao Dawight T. Good. running thence in an esiterly direction to, and through the city of lilenas. to the Northern Pacific depot. Together with all the lands, tenements and hercditamentl acquired or appropriated for the right of way of Stid railroad andl branches. And all the eese tmenls. rights. liberties. privilege, franckise, in. mitiuee and exemptions of said railroad conm pony appertaining ton the owning, maintaining, operating, using and enjoying the same; togther with all the railroad tracs, rlight of way, depot grounds, station ground and ether lands, struo. trues, station house, engine hoote, cr house. fuel hlu.uses, warehouses, shops, machine houses, torn tables, enperstructluree rolling stocks, cars fur liture, tools. implements, machiner. of taid railroad o~npany, and all other propertyijreel pursonal and mixed. \i ritten bids will also be rrceived by the under signed for said property, which sad bid will he opened at the place and upon the day of sale and orenly read as the bids of parties making the samie. The sale shall be rmade subject to the ap iroval and confirmation of the abshove named court. The property will not be sold for less than f2c,000. of whlrh sum at least 12.000 shallbs paid in ash, entd the blance may be r aid in six and nine monthr. e acured by a mortgge lieu u.lon the property, or such other security as may be approved by thie court: all ldeferred payments bearing interest at the rate of eight per cont per annum. WILLIAM H. CLAIIK., lReceiver. THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & SST. PAUL R'lY. Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St, Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and Milwau kee to Chicago and all points in the East eurn States and Canada. It is the only line under one management between St. V4a.l and Chicago, and is the Finest Equipped tRailway in the Northwest. It is the only line running Pullman Drawlng-room Sleep lug ears with luxurious smoking-rooms, and the finest dining-cars in the world, via th* famous "River Bank Route," along the shores of Lake Pepin and the beautiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chica. go. Its trains connect with those of the Northern lines in the OGrand Union depot at st. Paul. No change of cars of any ola. between Sit. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full Information, apply to any coupon ticket agent In the netbhwest.