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ridge Out ofn.Jil 0n Cer. tatl Conditions. ro Wants Her to Agree not to Proseoute the Bonds men. quarterly Seport lt the Canuty Treasurer -The Monta.sa Central Get a New Trial. Mrs. Catherine Wooldridge still occupies a cell in the county jail. Yesterday morn ing her attorney, T. J. Walsh, was before Judge Buck in the district court with his client when the court made its decision. The motion, mad6 upon the affidavit for Mrs. Wooldridge's arrest, to discharge her from custody was denied. John W. 'homp son, who caused her arrest, has offered to release her from custody, provided she will stipulate not to prosecute the bondsmen. This proposition she is holding under ad viesment. At the time she was arrested she passed' an envelope to the baggageman which the sheriff took or obtained from him. Thompson's attorney asked the court for an order directing the sheriff to open the envelope which it was claimed had been subsequently levied upon under an attach ment. The defendant's attorney claimed that the original taking of the envelope was a trespass and that it could not, therefore, be held under the attachment, and also that as it contained, as he asserted, only private papers of no commercial value "it could not be held. The court, noon agree meat of counsel, appointed J. A. Walsh to open the package and report whether the contents had any such value. It is under stood that he will report this morn ing that the contents of the envelope have no financial value and it will probably be ordered turned over to Mrs. Woolridge, If; as claimed by the defendant's counsel, this was an attempt to obtain evidence tending to support the charge that she had frandu lently disposed of her property or was about to leave the state, it failed. The de fendant's counsel raised a question under the constitutional provision concerning debt, but the court indicated that, he pre ferred that the supreme court should pass upon that. Mrs. Wooldridge's attorney has not yet indicated what his next move will be. COUNTY FUNDS. Quarterly Report of the Treasurer to the Commissioners. The report made by Treasurer Barden was approved by the county commissioners yesterday. In the summary below the amounts in the different funds are shown: OREDIT. Disburse- Balance Funds. monts. Sept. 1. tate................. .... 0,447 . 29 . . .29 (leneral ................ 86.200 81 2,6' 2 5 Contingent ............. 5,318 72 1.529 02 Poor ................... 8,882 87 697 16 Hood..................... 2,01 8 0 8,679 26 B idge .............. .... 55 60 1,935 40 Court and estates........ 8.,87 58 4.793 47 Schuool .................. 20,83 40 28,002 91 Ftal................. $91,970 47 $58,827 93 DEBIT. Balance June 1. Receipts. State....... ......... $.6,447 59 ten ral ................ $1,771 `2 2.,101 18 Contingent ............. 1,260 38 h 5,182 86 Poor .................. 2,852 03 1,554 00 lond .............. ....... 10,8,10 56 887 00 ridge .............. .. 2,08 49 ........ Court and estates........ 13.131 .5. bools .................. 37,102 8 15,705 66 .............. $112,40 91 $52,807 49 New Trial for the Company. John Spoencer sued the Montana Central Railway company for the destruction of 120 tons of hay, fifteen cords of wood, and a quantity of grass standing in a field in Cascade county, claiming that it was set on fire by sparks from a locomotive falling rnmone some dry grass and other combusti ble material which the railroad company had negligently allowed to accumulate on its right of way. Spencer asked for $1,220 damages. He was awarded $1,000, and $117 forcosts. The railroad asked for a new trial, which was overruled, and it was ap pealed to the supreme court. The opinion of the supreme court by Judge Harwood reverses the decision of the lower court, and orders a new trial. Other proceedings in the supreme court yesterday were as follows: James Pendleton, appellant, vs. p . C. Cowling et al. Motion for rehearing de nied. James A. Maloy, respondent, vs. George La Point. Order reinstating appeal set aside. The Bar association's memorial on the death of Judge Lorenzo Sawyer was pre sented to the court, and will be spread upon the minutes. Chief Justice Blake made a short address. The court has adjourned until October 6. United States Court. Blue Bird Mining Company vs. 2. A. Largey at al. Removed from state court and notice to remand to state court was filed by Blue Bird company; argued and submitted. P. A. Largey vs. Blue Bird Mining Com eany. Demurrer to complaint iled on the grounds that the United States court has no jurisdiction; argued and submitted, Minah Consolidated Mining Company vs. J. O. Briseoe. Motion of defendant to be allowed to reargue cause taken under ad visement. Gilchrist Bros. & Edgar vs. Helena and lot Springse Motor Company. Report of sale by receiver set for hearing on confirma tion next sunday. Annual Reports FillLs The following companies have made their annual statements, as required by law: Arlington Mining Company-Capital stook, $200,000, of which 9)4,000 is actually paid in; amount of capital stock paid in on property, $66,000; stock still in the trsoeary, S40,000. The company owns the Star of the West and Mountain Boy olnims, in Inde pendent district, Silver Bounty. No indebt edness. Original Butte Mining Company, of New York-Capital stock, $5,000,000, paid in mines and mining property. The assets of the company consist of the Original Butte and Jasper lodes, in Summit Valley district, Silver Bow county. The indebtedness on Aug. 1, 1891, was *150,640, unsecured. Eureka Reservoir, Canal and Irrigation company--Capital stock, $200,000, $00,000 of which is actually paid in; existing debts, $40,000. North Drum Lummon Gold eand Silver Mining com pany-Capital stock, $1,000, 000i existing debts, $8,22,15.1 Cascade Land company--Capital stock, $690,800.00, all of which is paid in by prop erty, purehase and cash; existing debts, $82,000.36. Bannister Mining company-Capital stock, $1,500,000; no indebtedness. Weisenhorn Carriage Manufacturing company--Canupital stock, $50,000; actually paid in, $20,700; existing debts, 5,.27,0.58. Neihart company--Oapital stock, $2,500, 000; existing debts, none. Merchants Hotel comnpanIy-Capital stook, 530,000; existing debts, $14,000. Htave oe tried the new perfume, "wlise i,llac," tuhe moci lasting and ftsgraat odor known? For sale onlt at the lie illve. CGe. H. TIylor, dentist, Denver blook. Iwend Calaon for union-made uclars A tw mores of ionte, deoret d sa sets for $S -Tik Des hils. An enusei baraiSn, QjTTiiQ5 8012 WOWJ. t tel &eroadwi Jter will 010e Septaen R bon,-t' as*e b oee rac 180 o nreg of yt1ý figOtt.! ýlliq*w cm l aor plor- - w1e roOk rkaun b7eity porner. A a jt il an ltre svar of Bookies Spry..i mpson loo100 ll F i P. tortng of A etvil ater vnIOI. t noblet fir clerks In the railwa&Yji l)','il4 took plaoce at the octy hall yetsddy. The York Town lode, In .cratch Gravel district, northwest of Helena, has been located by John N, O'Brien. C, W, Cannon has conveyed to the city cetailn ground in the Easterly addition for the pupose of straightening Beattie and Rasleigh streets. oA ptria lLicense was issued yesterday to aaes M. Campbell and Mrs. Mary Morris, both of Helena. 'They were mar ried by Rev. Rollins. The first ward school on west Main street is represeifted to be in a very crowded condition, the number of pupils largely ex ceeding the accommodations. The regular mother's meeting of the Cen tral Women's Ohristian Temperance Union will be held at two o'clock this afternoon at Mrs. S. Tyler's, 926 Ninth avenue, A small boy was arrested yesterday on the charge of taking about thirty pounds of lead from the new high school building He claims another boy gave it to him to sell. A thief entered the cabin corner Pine and Rodney street yesterday and was walk in off with a quit of clothes when the oo ousant returned. The thief dropped his plunder and escaped. The contest ease of Broadwater and others against Day did not come off at the land office yesterday. It was postponed until to-day and possibly in the meantime there may be a compromise John Brady returned yesterday from Bozeman, where he secured the contract for constructing a new county road be tween the crossing of the West Gallatin and Manhattan, a distance of four mlles.. At the meeting of the Murphy Gospel Temperance union last night at St. Paul's church on Broadway the old officers were elected. The executive committee will hold a meeting to-morrow afternoon at four o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. Sheriff Glosason was in town yesterday to secure extradition papers for John and Joe Danson who are now in jail at D)ickinson, N. D. They were arrested at Glendive some time ago for stealing, but broke jail and were re-arrested at Glendive. George Seymer, who is in charge of Reed's ranch, about eight miles from here, was on trial in Judge Fleischer's office yes terday on the charge of assaulting Ernest Berger, one of his men. The testimony of the other ranchmen failed to show any as sault end SBymer was acquitted. The evi dence of Seymer's employes was that he discharged Berger, and offered him his money. Berger backed away and in doing so fell. PERSONAL. John R. King, of Livingston, is at The Helena. Dr. H. L. Gillespie, of Butte, is a visitor to the city. Col. Bradshaw and L. D. Jones, of Butte, are at the Helena, Thomas G. Merrill came down from Red Mountain yesterday. Tom Mc''Tague is over from Deer Lodge and is stopping at the Grand Central. Hon. John Woodson, member of the leg islature from Meagher eqpnty, is in town. Wm. T. Ford, one of the large sheer owners of Meagher county, is at The Hel ena. Mr. Henry A. Root will leave to-day for New York. He will sto,) at Great Falls tC attend the institution of the new lodge ol Elks. Associate Justice Harwood and Clerli Kennedy of the supreme court left yester. day afternoon for the National Park for a few weeks. A hunting and fishing party, composed oi Gen. John Gibbon, H. C. Ashby, D. A. G. Flowerce, W. L. Vehe and H. T. Lowry, left yesterday for Elkhorn creek. Gen. Henry, wife and son, accompanied by Dr. Woodruff, wife and daughter, of Salt Lake, arrived in the city yesterday. Dr. Woodruff and family will return to day. Ron, John R. Woodson, of White Suol phur Springs, was in the city yesterday on his way to Missouri. He was accompanied by his son, W. It. Woodson, and Masters E. Baker and W. Badger. The young men will enter the Missouri Military institute. Arrivals at The Helena. L. D. Jones. Eutte H. M. Maxton, Port F. P. Willis C:iicago. land Ore. Win. T. 'Ford and J. A. latfield andwife. wife, White Bulphur Philadelphia. Soprias. T.W. Smith NewYork. J. A. Woodson. White W. R. Wooedson, White Sulphur Springs. Sulphur Springs. E. Baker; thite Sul- W. Badger. White Sul phar S ring . - phnr eprlngs. George IAncon, White Dr. . J. iHenderson, Sulphur :-pringe. Elko, Nov. J. Newman, Ciuncunati, F. D. Itigginbotham, O. San Franrcieco. B. C. Stout, ('hicago. J. K. Parde. C'hioago. G. C. late., Ci'y, S. H. Barrett. Bute. J.W. Aetley, Mary-ville. C. t. Jones, Philadol R. I. Gilleospie, HL. 1)., phil. Butte. Win. E. 'Parsons, Butte. John .avalee. City. H. II. Pierce, ity. J. L. Hamburger, Chi- t.eorge It. Young, San sago. FI anoisco. 2. A. Vaugham, Louis- Ii. L. Dent, Kansae villa, Ky. City. C. P. Howes, St. Paul. Arrivals at the Grand Central. Charles Anderson, St. A. B. Purcell, Helena. Louis. W. '.: I'earce, Non P. F. Hoech, Jefferson. York. John Thymac, i,'tleru. Iliss(iCovon, Elkhorn. Mre. Carley and child. Johullidohbrand, Ulasin, Wickes. J. Ii. laowman. An J.B. B, Ceoon Butte. condo.. EW Wynno.B, tt (Cl W. lrynolde.rlac.. M. Small. Tleer. i . S. Doldge, t]er. C. K. liall, Hardy. G. . Bramble, .ar)sa K W. How, lamiton. villa. Misas Hughesain.milon. P. L. Baiehik, Elk. J.I'i'. awhill,ltisvunla. horn. H. , Milurdock, inne- i'h. (onsiancr, Bimini. auolus S. i, harahall.t'hirago, C. E. '\ oodworth, Mia- J,'hn lAwson and wife, soutl. Maryasvuih, , Toni aTeages, Dear J. A. llerschlr Daelene, Lodge. HMrs..Pek. e ,ld lButts. Mre. . Iligg, arst Hal- c. S. ('aird, torbin. i~ns. Joln A. Neating. ie. Frank Murray, Harl- dershburg. ville. A. (traey and wife, Charles D. Wilt, nreat Brooklyn. Falls. Will llanoksireat Falls, Frod C. Tully, o iles Hr. E. hA. Levelling, C~ity. Chinook. B. . Nihil ar, Mi~os.la . teW ianghdrt, Stubbw C.. Downing, Great Ferry. ihi rafls pl nMsrefirs sie Michael, Miss Miller, Corbin- lilmini. Mrs. Jacoiun, Corbin. The World Enrileo:L. The froilitie of the present day for the rcrduetion of everything that will couduce Io the material welfare and eomfort. o mankind are almost unlimited and when Iyrup'of Ieig was first produced the world Was enriched with the only plrfsct laxative known, as it is the oally riaedy which is iruly pleasing and refreshing to the tests ted prompt and effectual to cleaise the yltem gently in the sprlng tlhee, or, in feat, ct any time, and ate better ii is known the more opunlar it becoiess Sheoe musoi at only lo per copy at The Rec Hive, Crockery. glassware, lamps, tinwars, sllvei ware anil fanoy goods, .J. J 'dwards, lit outh * 'PRICE' iUed In lL·ir Hemes-4o Yc. theua stand MONTAIIANS ABROAD. E.ti.feye radfred t OiMeatse afrt M - sekt Flrsy In Ohio. A asblgreal from London la Banday's papers .eoroedulously announend the iatel tion of Americans in thato ity to float a Montana diamond, ruby and sapphire mine, says the Chicago 'Times,. Ex-jyer Don. aid Bradford, of Helena, Mont, who wars at the Sherman house yesterday, evidently looks upon chob a thing as a mere trifle for his state. "The western half of the state," he said, "is literally seamed with enor mous lodes of gold, silver, copper and lead ores. There are mountains of the inest quality of iron and coal, inexhaustible supplies of marble, porphyry and lime stone. slate quarries and deposits of mina, beds of fine clay, and siliceous sands crop out in all directions. Montana has 18,000.000 acres of standing trees adapted for lumber, a condition equaling Michigan in her best days. Its valleys, if stretched in one continuous line would stretch for 4,000 miles. Along the Missouri river extends a gravel bar four teen miles long and one mile wide, averag ing ton feet deep, which is liberally mixed with sapphires and oriental rubies, soon to be developed by English capital. The pure, bracing atmosphere and delightful climate make more existence a continual pleasure. The entire surface of this state is covered with luxuriant grasses, which, cured on the ground, are equnal in nourishment to oats-, and on which in continued plenty roam the year round 2,000,000 cattle, 2,0,000 sheep and 400,000 horses. We will dispose of nearly $80,000,000 worth of products this year, besides what is locally consumed. "The city of Helena, with a population of 18,000, has an estimated wealth for each of its citizens of over $7,000. The money die- bursed by mines within a radius of 100 miles reaches $1,000,000 a month." Marshal Foray in Ohio. United States Marshal Furay is now on a visit to his old home in the east. The fol lowing is taken from the Hilleborough weekly Gazette: "Furay gave his listeners some vivid descriptions of scenes in which he had captured different tough citizens, all of them going to prove his position to be a most hazardous one, especially in a state where a mait's life counts for very little and everybody is loaded down with 'shootin' irons.' Reduced Rates to Salt Lake and Return, For the irrigation congress, to be held al Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 15-17, 1891, thi Union Pacific railway will sell round tril tickets from Helena on Sept, 13 and 14 good to return until Sept. 80, 1891, at rats $24.55. For further information call on of address H. O. WiLsoN. t. Freight. and Passenger Agent. No. 28 North Main street Albums, photograph frames and plush cases a e The teo Hive. Assortment complete. The fBee Hive hasonly nine baby carriages left which must be disposed of. Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m . at the Helen. Cafe. Muslin underwear for ladies is selling at bed e rock prices at The liee Hive. Dr. King has returned. glur your lamps at The Bee Hive and save 21 per cent. Geo. H. Taylor. dentist. Denver block. eEverything first-class at the Helena Cafe Go to The Bee Hive for crockery and glasswar of all kinds. p - - The Bee Hive is opening up their immense lin of fell and winter underwear whlich will be sol at their usual bargain prices. Can suit everyon, Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the firm of i k J. Herrin & Co., doing business at Marys Srlle as butchers, is this day mutually die a solved by mutual consent-H. J. Herrin re tiring. Banford Bros. will conduct th f business, who alone are authorized to col leot lil accounts and who assume all in debtedness of thefirm of H. J. Herrin & Co Sept. 5th, 1891. HEkaIN & ANFORoD. Reduced Rates to St. Louis and Return. For the annual session Sovereign Grant -Lodge I. O. O. F., to be held at St. Louni Mo., commencing Sept. 21, 1891, the Unioi Pacific railway will sell round trip ticket a from Helena on Sept. 17, good to returi d until Oct. 1, 1891, at rate $66.110. For sleeping car berths and full infor mation call or address H. O. WLasON, Freight and Passenger Agent. No. 28 North Main street Typewriting, room 15 Bailey block. Buy the celebrated Eldridge potato masher an. frnit press at The Bye Hive. Irice 500. Artificial flowers in hanging baskets just ar rived at The Beeo ive. Dr. Skimmin, painless dentistry, Sixth an, i, Main. Extracting teeth 50e. Do not fall to attend the special hosiery sale a The Bee Hive. Large line of table covers in chenille, plush silk, damask and crash just recoeived at The .e Clive. Drs. Essig & Feoota, dIentists, rooms s51 and 511 Power block-fifth Iloor. For the largest line and cheapeet prices o: infants' cloaks go to 'lhe Beo Hive. Carpet sweepers at cost at The Bee Hive. You hardly realct that it is medicine, who W taking Carer's Little Liver Pille: they are ver semall; no bal afflcle; all troub:os from torpi liver are relieved by their use. Samuel Ki. Davis' Speiael. INVESTMENT STOOKS. 2,000 Iron Mountain, 75c. Paid $125, 000 in '90 and '91. S2,500 Victor & Helena, $2.25. Paid seve dividends since March, '91. 5,000 Copper Bell, 15c. One dividene . tlhreeeents per share, July, '91. 2,500 Cumberland, $2.25. Smelter earn * ing $30,000 per month. BPxcULATIVIE STOoKS. 5,000 Jersey Blue. Good parohase. 1,000 0. R. & N., 60. 1,000 Iron Mask (Castle), 800. Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey Block. The best line of ladines' fast black hose at Th B'o elive at special sale. eoo announcement o: another pate. B. P. O. E. The Elks of Helena and their ladies ur invited to be present at the banquet to b given by the Great Falls lodge laturda: evening. Sept. 12, 1821. C. W. 1'e'ars, Seec. (o. O. EATON, E. 11. Antonlie Zaeharlas. The undersigned will be greatly indebte, to any person sending the address of aboy' named person to Jonw S. UnRAon. Springfield, Ill. J, xcuralon to St. Louis, Mo. On account of the meetitg of the gran. lodge of Odd Fellows the Nortlhern Paclle 0 railroad will make a rate of $686,5,. Heolen to St, Louis and return. Tickets on sal r Sept. 17 only, good to return until Oelt. 1 OnAs. S. Fry, . P. and T'. A. S A. D. EoIan, Gen'l Agt. THE T5SK Of buying, shipping, marking and placing in stock is all ovet with, there is nothing left for you to do but Come in and seloct what you want. We are ready with the largest assortment of BEAUTIFUL and FASHIONABLE FABRICS fo; Fall and Winter it has ever beer our good fortune to command. The Novelties we are showint in our CLOAIC and SUIT depart ment are under our EXCLUSIVI CONTROL and POSITIVELY CAN NOT be seen in any other house inthe city. The first choice of thesa BEAUTIFUL and new Wraps i something, and we would sugges to Ladies' an early inspection. W, will be pleased to show them ti you. It would take a page in this paper to do justice to this one de partment; we can give you no ads quate idea of the SUPERIOR style and EXCEEDINGLY low prices w are placing on our New Fall an Winter Cloaks and Wraps, in prin ters ink, but do what others ar doing, come in and look at then Raleigh & Clarke FALL STYLE NOW READY. Dunlap and Ghrist\ Hats. BABGOCGWS. MONTANA UNIVE1SIT1 UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA. FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3, ISS Course of Instruction--l, College: 2. Colls Proparatory; 3, Bluinesas: 4, Normal: 5, Music. ArtL. Also Instruction in Common Branches ABLE INSTHUCTION, EIEGANT BUII.DID tW"Send for Catalogne to the l'r,sident... F, P. TOWER. A. M., D., A FINE RESIDENCE Eight-Room Frame House Lawrence street. Sheds, stable etc. Ample grounds. Houses for Sale and Rent i all parts of the city, E.S. French &C( GOLD BLOGK. NINQTI3 ANNUAL OPENING --.OF TOHE NIGHT (SCHOOL Takes place MONDAY. SEP' 7. Special classes for clerk Mechanics and ladies employe during the day, in Penmanshi BIookkeeping, Bnsiness Ariihm< tic, Shorthand, Typewriting, et Classes for Foreigners to leaz the Elnglishl language. Now is the best time to begi Make arrangments this eveninl Ottice open fromnt 7 to 9 o'cloc. 11. 1. ENWtLuORN, Mi. A., Princiyal. T.0. POYWhER & 6&0 ---JOBBERS AND DEALLERS IN-- " Minilg anR Far Main STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS, Wire Eoisotixr.g Rope, 'E·to. Wagons--Ouartz, Lumber and Farm--Wagons Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps. 50 DIFFERENT STYLES OF VEHICLES. s In order to make room for Winter Goods will close out Vehicles at an advance of 10 per cent. above cost. Call and see for yourself LThe JOMN R. DREW ASSIGNMENT SALE. Cheapl Cheaperl Cheapestl LADIES' AND MEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES SIGN OF BIG BOOT, Main Street, Opposite Grand Central Hotel Lissner's Mineral Water1 This Water is used in connection with and for the benefit of the Guests of the MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL. It has been analyzed and found to contain the very best of medicinal qualities for dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousnss, Giavel, files, Disease; of the Kidneys And Bladder, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Catarrh of the Stomach and Bowels, Skin Diseases, Etc. R-"READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:.- HMr LENAH ., Ju0y 28,1891. ThOMAS PIicE & Soze. Mr, ,M Lissner.--Pear Sir: for many years I C'rrlpAL L.A .HORATdAY AN. Otr Rol[, aller g eavel. SIy batck wans o bad from kidney Marcus Lissner, Esq , Idineral Springs Hotie and bladder tro'ublee that I was unab:e to stoop Helena, Mont.-Dear i ir: We have maale a ocar Sto pick up a pin from the flor. In the last fit- futi qualitativo analysts of a sample of water teen years I have speuht honndred of dollars in se'- to th.e office by you and find ift to oontaln tryiong to get relief Still no rellef. A friend of the chloridel, carbonates and sailphatee of lime, mine induced me to try your mineral water about magnesia, sudsand potUsh. and ft is free from the time it waee put ituo the hotel. It has done organic and vetetable matter. We recomminI mo o mneih good that, in fact, I consider myself the water. YoUrs truly, curoi, and I could lnot resist the impulse of THOMIAS PtllOs & S.aN. wrtiting and thanking you for the benetit I have received from your groat mineral water. You gan ehow tin if yon sea fit. 'Thanking yoU again, I BEvrgT THAN SARATOA.-Francisi Murphy am most respoifollly yours. GOOT. during his stay in Helena, as paid mano a cOm - S d.p liment to Llrsner'e mineral water. Th O Bight, luing the courw of the lest meeting in OHrnIt. oS Dnt. ie. 8 5OC 0AN, Idia c.n se of gospel temperanoe gathertngs, he lletitNa. Mont., Nov. 81. lii) paid I:e prettiest complliment. "1 cme here Marcu Ienr, O vq.-nt y hear Sir: e sore in eoery limb," he aid. After being s t read ila reyort oef an analysis made by 'rof. Yellowstonue accident I was full of pi.,_ but Thonma Price& Seon, of your aprlnt water, I that water toot them all away. It's a otf oase fond e that it is not only a pure drinking water, of you folks go to Saratoga and rave over t bat is of great Ithrapeutic value for nmany dis- water of that place and you hiavesornethlg bet ea0ec. viz.: ttiliousneso, indigestion, conustipa terthan Saratoga right in your midst. It'e a tin, liver,. kidney and bladder disauaes, tieals greo t water." for those ulffering with gravel. I am justified illn - rocmmondi l N your srprin i water to those offer Cog wcth h N aove c menioned diRsues. and br len , Co., Ne. 4 1c using the watir for two or three weS, it will Marc Liser, Es.. eln Mot.-De , recommenditself. f ery truely yours, ir: It gives me pleasure to give on this ttl . 1cOtAN, M.Du . menial about your sprinR water. haveeuftere i for nearly ten yerrs with oonstiuation of the READ WHAT THE GREAT 'TPEMPEIRANCE LECTURER L;Owtl-would go so etimes a, long 1..1a= tcu n 'ole tor, datapwithouta asage, never lees then eight S IIFLNA. Mnt., Aug. 20, 1891. dayo. I never was a minute r a ltllathee D ly Iear Mr. Lisuoer- It gives me great pless- years withlut a headache. eouaeslmee the in turo to state hriefly the great bPenefit I have re- was ro great 1 thought I would lose my mind. It sreit fr im the nme of the Lae-cur sprung water. also produced congestion ot the womb. I tried I h .ue ties f, r three years afflioted willth kidn aseveral doctors ant ditferent mediciLes with but truuble. enuiueg me intenee psin. I have taken little relief. I then cale. on Dr. Bookman, of mech niedecine, with but litte relief. I have your city, while there on a visit. ad he advised used porous pleasters. They sare me temporary me to drink your spring water hot three times a relief. The severe pains en my back yet re- day, about hallt a pint, ani to my rt.at relief mained. I commoncd the use of the spring and pleasare I found meself cured witn three water about five weeks ego, antd immedtiately got weeks. It is now five weeks aine I left your retief. 1 t.el no mllore rlies or clhes, urinate city, and I still feel well, not a single bad syrm believe I am eotirelY cured. With my whole Pleaoe accept my heartfelt thaunk for the ertat heart do I thank you for tihi water of life. Yours, relief your spring water gave me. StncereIl in hastr, EnAIse MlsU esPnr: yours. MaS. J.NNIU EIDWAUDa. FIGURES TELL Of the GCREAT BARGABINS to be found THIS WEEK at FOWLES' CASH STORE. One lot Ruchings reduced from boc, 15c and 2oc to 5c pet yartd. One lot Braided Dress sets, former price 75c to yi.oo, now 25c. Linen Initial Handkerchiefs (hand embroidered) worth 25c, now 15c. Crown Silk Neck Ruffles were $i.75, now 5oc. Crown Neck 1u(tfles were '15c, now 25c. Yachting Caps were 5oc, now 25c. Chiffon was $·.75, now $1.25. One lot of Straw 3-Iats were 45c to 65c, now I5c. Infant's Caps were 65c to $I.25, now 25c. Ladieis' Swiss Ribbed Vests were 25c, now I5c. Eight-button Mousqtuetaire Suede Gloves" now fitted for only $1.25. Plaid Silk Ties worth 35c for 25c. Polkadot Silk IIandkerchiefs worth 35c, now 25c. 5s Toilet Soap was x5C to 25c, now ioc, We are also showing a mammoth line of Plain and Stamped Linen for one-thiud their value. As well as the handsomest line of Ltadies', Children's aind Infant's Cloaks. FOWLES' CASH STORE.