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*e Lessees of the Keystone Mine, in Missoula County, Get a Good Bonus. ,oh Strike Reported in the Snow Shoe Property, in the Amer. loan Kootenal. hat Ji Bsing Dones n the Belt Meountain Country-Reineorporatlon of the Old Yellowstone Co. MnseouLa, Sept. 21.-[Spseial.]--Thework f the lessees of the Keystone mine in pring gulch has been stopped by the own s. By the terms of the lease the owners served the privilege of closing the work at ay time before the expiration of six months pen payment to the lessees of $2,000, r after six months upon payment of $1,500. bout four months of the lease had expired, he lessees were extracting from ten to enty tons of ore per day which was worth t the dump $70 per ton.. The owners came own and concluded that they could better ford to forfeit the $2,000 than to permit o work to go on and get only the 20 per et. royalty. The mine shows up better an ever and there is now from six to ight feet of high grade ore in the lower vels. It is is not yet learned what the wners will do with the property. It is a rtion of the King and Queen group in the unnel of which a promising strike was ads a few days since. Wm. Caderman came in a few days since rom the American Kootenay country and sports that the Snow Shoehasenou nineteen eet of ore in a cross out from the tunnel. Bell Mountain Mines. In sinking the shaft on the Sir Walter cott, Running Wolf, at the eighty foot evel, a cave was broken into Monday ight, says the Belt Mountain Miner. After nlarging the opening, branches orrooms ere found extending in three different irections. 'The caves are irregular in ize, and of unknown length. The sides nd floor are clustered with beautiful orys alizations, of pure white, which are found n an endless variety of sizes and shapes. the eaves have been explored about 800 eet and the air is perfectly pure and fresh. The boys at work on the Queen Eather re driving the tunnel straight on the lead, hich now shows twenty-eight inches of rgh grade galena and sulphuret in the ace. They are taking out and sacking ten aeks of ore per day and already have over car load on the dump. The tunnel is icely timbered. The double compartment tarted, on a cross lead, will out the main sin at fifty-four feet. At present it is own only sixteen feet, but there are indi iations that ore will soon be encountered. C. A. Martin was in camp Saturday. He eports finding a ledge of fine magnetic iron, en feet wide, cropping out of the ground nd extending over 6,000 feet. The dis overy is about three miles south of onaroh. The ore is high grade and said o be excellent for the manufacture of steel. With others he located two full claims. Another strike of ore in the May & Edna hows that this is a wonderful mine and capable of producing a large amount of ore. While at work near a station in tunnel No. 1, which is near the sop of the mountain, buperintendeut Schlenker encountered a body of high grade sand carbonate ore. Ile run in on this several feet and found it to be over six feet wide. Sltopers are at work in the mine getting ore ready for shipment. It is estimated that this pro perty alone can produce four car loads of ore daily. The Tellowstone to Releorporate. At the meeting of the Yellowstone Mining company which was held Monday last, 420, 000 shares out of 500,000 were represented and all voted unanimously for reineorpora tion. John W. Eddy, mining attorney, of Helena, was present and had charge of the legal part of the business and as soon as all the red tape in the matter of signing of papers of the old company has been gone through with, articles of incorporation will be filed and the mine set to work on a new basis. The old company was The Yellow stone Mining and Smelting company, with its business office at White Sulphur Springs. The articles of incorporation will be filed by Dr. Thomas Hampton, W. R. Baker and John' Potter, while Dr. Parberry will be president of the new com plany, with Charles Maya as vice president, James T. Wood as secretary and treasurer, and Dr. Palberry, John A. Woodson. Chas. Mayn, J. P. Rhoads and John E. Hensley as a board of tlustees. The business office of the new company will be White Sulphnr Springs. A now superintendent will be in charge, and everything will be changed into a diffleent groove. The shaft is being made ready for a case, and will be driven 100 feet deeper than it is at present forthwith. New stock will be issued, and it being in corporated on the assessment plan instead of non-assessable, an assessment will be made to cover the liabilitiespf the company and furnish a working capital, and it is hoped the Yellowstone will soon become one of the leading properties of the state, end this hope is founded upon excellent plospeots. Everything first-class at the Helena Cafe. Oysters any style at Sam Herz's. You can buy crockery, china and glassware cheaper at The Bee liive than at any place in the city. Samuel K. Davis' Special. INVESTMENT BTOCKS-DIVIDEND PAYERS. 1,000 Bald Butte, P. T. Paid four divi dends in '91. New twenty-stamp mill will be in operation in October. 550 Bald Butte, $2.50. 1,000 Helena & Victor, $2.25. Paid seven dividends in'91. Six cash, 300, one stock, Oc. 2,500 Cumberland P. T. Smelter earn ings $30.000 per month. 2,000 Iron Mountain, 75c. Paid $125, C00 in '90 and '91. 1,000 to 5,000 Copper Bell, 120. Paid threecente dividend July. SPECULATIVE STOCKB. 10,000 Boulder Chief (Cataract) 7c0. Assessment paid. WANTED. 1.000 Coaur d'Alene, $1.02- (Poorman). 2,000 O. N. & N., 3i. 1,500 Iron Mountain, 68o. Rooms 26 and 27, Bailey Block. Geo. II. Taylor, dentist. Denver block. Yon can buy a complete nurrery stove at The Lee hive for 2io. (tall and get ,nn. lie eeHivire bryn all ihr.ir crockery and glass v are from first hande, therefore can underselI acy compe itoir. A New Proprietor. The Bristol, formerly known as the \Yooldridge house, situated at the corner of Bouth Main and State streets, has been pur c.isued and thoroughly renovated by the I ,larnr and well-kaown caterer to the pub . " comfort, Finlay Urquhart, which is an rriauraace that tte patrons and the public 1. general will ; ,r; lve the utmost courtesy a ad attention. Reasonable rates to tran r nt guests. Rooms by the day, week or tronth. I'atronnage solicited. Infnats' emtror.orod ea.inmere cloaks at The Tri llive for $L.tO, worth double. Wiroln hose for ladies and children for I0o at l1: liee ilive. (Cenlenerl Kidt Gloves Fitted and guaranteed by Mrs. P. J. 7.: ller at Mrs. ., A. Fisher's, next door to a, lidse ros. TIE ENCOUE OCLU. ateeeta Mtlesat T lls lew It was .aiesn late a U leh Coaditties. 0 quariet made abclt the Enaore ellb and ite futurs, by old embsers and friends, and the writer,who speaksby the oard,would an. awer them. For a long time past the interest a in the Encore clab as a musical soolety has bee waning. The heavy erpense con- t neted with their hall (Encore hall) and the purehase of their two pianos, forced the club to give light operas publicly in order to raise the neousesry funds. Both the music and the acting were distasteful to many of the older and better members, and r they dropped away. Ieveral times special efforts were made to turn back and devote the time and energy to real study of good musie, only to be met again with a new crIsis in the finances, demanding the pro duotion of another opera. These continued Interruptions of the regular work discour aged the students of good music, and a few r of the old members found they had to drag the club along instead of simply guide and direct its management. Such being the' I case, at a recent meeting of the trustees the F fact was accepted, not without sincere re- I gret, that the club had reached a condition of "innocuous desuetude" which it was idle to prolong. The club was en tirely out of debt, there was no obligation to outsiders, demanding further effort. The failing pulse of the once lively Encore club, which has been the pride of its members and of the town, and has afforded entertainment and amuse ment for the many, fluttered and died out. But it is the organization only that has died. 'lbe love of good music, the desire and need of a musical society, which will meet for real study and improvement, and the determination in a few, at least, to have such a society still lives. And it is with a fesher, brighter feeling of hope and confidenee in the success of such an organi zation, that the workers start in, unham nered by the dead weight of apathy, which killed the old club. It is proposed that the new elub, already under way, shall abso lutely prohibit light opera, shall confine itself to the study and practice of the best in music, under able leaders, and shall secure this at such an expense only as shall not be a burden upon the society. It is believed there is an excellent field for such an organization, and that carried on on that basis, it will have a long and useful life before it. Meetings will soon be called to perfect the formal organization. "The king is dead, long live the king." EDWAnD C. RUSMEL, Sec. Don'tfall to attend the bargain towel sale at The Bee Hlive this week. First-clases oyster parlor, Motor Waiting Room. The Bee Hive has just received 200 dozen men's neckties. worth $1 each; which they are selling at a uniform priceof 50c. The Entre Nous Club. The first meeting of the Entre None club was held Monday evening, Sept. 21, 1891, and the following officers were elected: President, W. H. Schmitt; vice-president, Harry Freeman; secretary, W. J. Campion; treasurer, J. C. Ricker; executive commit tee, Orvis Evans, Arthur Pelletier, Harry Sterling, Geo. W. Faust, W. H. Schmitt. The following committees were appointed on constitution and by-laws: Harry Free man, L. O. Evans, H. H. Sterling, to report at next meeting, Monday evening, 28th inst. Lunch from 12 to 2 p. m. at the Helena Care. New pictures at The Bee Hive. Typewriting, room 15 Bailey block. A Business Snap. A paying saloon, located on Central ave nue, in Great Falls, Mont., is offered for sale as the owners desire to retire from the business. The purchase price has been I placed at an extremely low figure. and a steady annual profit is assured to any com petent business man. This offer will be open but a few days only and any one de siring to secure a desirable location and profitable business at once will do well to write to John Anderach, P. O. box 267, Great Falls, Mont. New York counts at Motor Waiting Room. Jouvin's kid gloves in evening shades worth $2 are being sold this week at The Bee Hive for 75e. Ribbons lower than ever at The liee Hive. Bee ad. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the firm of H. J. Herrin & Co., doing business at Marys ville as butchers, is this day mutually dis solved by mutual consent-H. J. Herrin re tiring. Banford Bros. will conduct the business, who alone are authorized to col lect all accounts and who assume all in debtedness of the firm of H. J, Herrin & Co. Sept. 5th, 1891. HERoIN & MSANFORD. Drs. Essig & Foote, dentists, roomss 510 and 511 Power block-fifth floor. See The Bee Hive ad this week on special prices of German linen napkins, of their own imeortation. Fancy table covers at The l'oe Hive in chenille, plush. silk, linen, topsetry. velvet, crash, etc., at import prices. Call and see them. Ad on another page, Preparing for Vinter. The contract has been let for heating Ho tel May, at Boulder hot springs, with hot water from the springs. And will be run as a winter resort. The water. fom the springs are a sure cure for kidney troubles, rhen matism, dyspepesa and other diseases of like nature. For rates apply to the mana ger, GEORuE G. BECKWITH. Men's winter underwear in now in at The Bee Hive, and prices are lower than ever. Can snit everyone. Heavy weights from $1 per suit up wards. Board of Trade. There will be a special meeting of the Helena Boarsl of Trade this (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clook for the purpose of ex tending an invitation to the executive Com mittee of the irrigation congress to hold their next convention in Montana in 1892. ROBERT C. WALrKEn, Secretary. Go to The BIee Hive for yarns and woolens, Large line of albums anI photograph frames just received at 'ho T les Ilsiv Excursion to iuzotnman. On acccount of the StateFiremen's tourn ament to be held at Bozeman, Mont., Sep tember 23 Ald 24, the Northern Pacific rail road will make a rate of one and one-fifth fare, Helena to Bozoman and return. Tick ets on sale September 22, 23 and 24, good to return until September 25. CshAs. S. F Rs, G. P. & T. A. A. B. D. EoAR, Gen'l Agt. Dr. Skihnmln, painle*s dentlstry, Sixth and Masin. Extracting teeth 500. Infants' cloasks. skirts, vests. hoiery, ite., in great variety at The lolee livo at eastern prices. Hair Chains and Switches Made to order by Mrs. H. Miller, who is now located at 222 Broadway, next to the court house. D" PRICE'S am Baking - Mo Powder. Used In Millions of Homes--4o Years the Standard JOTTINGE ABOUT TOrWN. The new kindergertea on Neatos svenue opened yeeterdsy, lditor Will Kennedy, of the Boulder Sentinel, is in the city. The Vulture lode in Mitbeli district, has been located by edial Sandwick. The oity council maste tonight and will open bids for the paving of Main street. BRichard Hobaok and daughter left yes terday for California, and will be gone several months. Mrs. Michael leinlg, with bet son and daughter, left yesterday for Boulder hot springs to be gone several days. Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Meredith, of Chatta nooga, Tenn. are visiting their daughter, Mrs. James W. Eastin, at 106 Alta street. J. H. Thompson secured a udgament against William Harrison in the distriot l court yesterday for $9(I.,25 and $9.10 costs. J. P. Porter has been appointed agent of the Colorado and Montana Investment company for service of process of sum mong, The United Smelting and Refining com pany filed its annual statement yesterday, showing the capital stock to be $1,530,000; liabilities, $500,000. J. E. Cronin was on trial yesterday in the district court for breaking into a Montana Central freight ear a short time ago. The case will go to the jury to-day. Two small boys were before Judge San ders yesterday for throwing stones at a Chinaman's house, but as no one appeared to ptosecute, they were released. Thomas Tynn, a miner working near Placer, was preparing a blast on Friday when a box of dynamite cape exploded. lacerating his face and body. Ii was brought to St. Petols hospital. Crockery, glassware, lamps, tinware, silver ware and fancy goods. F. J. Edwards, 19 South Main street. Artificlal flowersin hanging baskets just ar rived at The Bee Hive. PERSONAL. Clerk Kennedy, of the supreme court, has returned from the National park. There will be a meeting of the H. C. Dramitac club Wednesday evening at Bt. Aloyeins hall. Charles S. Fee, general passenger and ticket agent of the Northern Pacific, passed through Helena on his way west yesterday with a number of ticket agents who had been taking in the park. Dr. Charles F. Mussigbrod, of Warm Springs, was warmly greeted by hosts of friends in this city yesterday. He retsrns from Europe much improved in health and, as his friends hope, good for many years of active life. Will Arrive To-day. The following passengers will arrive on to-day's west bound Northern Pacific ex press: Mr. Lewis Meyers, Mr. C. D. Hard and child, Mr. Ri. P. Scales, Mr. E. A. Little. Arrivals at The Hlena. D. R. Asbury, Bozeman Jas. Kasson, St. Paul. W, T. Davis, Cooke. J. K. C(lark, Great Falls Patrick Talent, Butte. J T. Quigley, Deer A. J. Cempboll, Living- Lodge. ston. J.E. Swindleohurst, Liv Wmn. Cockrll, Great ingston. Falls. T. Wl. Thomas, Barker. John Lavalle, city. Chas. S. Warren, Butte. eo.I H. Casey, Butte. H. S. Clark, Butte. H. Melbach, Butte. A. Heilbram, Jr., New Edwin lReynolds; Mil-. York. waukee E. W. Tucker, Mil W. .l Moore, NewYork. waukee. Thos. It. K. lerry, Ana- Pat. Cnddihy,Anaconda conda. Geo. sarich, W. It. Connolly, Phil- Jas. McDlonel, Phil ipabnrg. ipsbnrg. Pat. McGraw, Philips- J. KI Bormann, Ana burg. conda. S. Hughs, Anaconda. W.M . Thornton, An.. E.. C. Morrison, ban conda. Francisco. L. B. Edwards, San W. H. Jadson, Boston. Franuiso,. L tferiecnorse, New Mrs. J. P. Allison, York. Sioux City, Miss F. Allision, Sioux Miss E. M, Eerris,Boze City. man. Walter Cooper, Boze- Chas. Both, Lonisville. man. H. B. Argue, wife and Geo. M. Hays, Billings. boy, Bradford, 1a. H. W. Rowley, M. U. Rodemaker, Bil A. Campbell, lingo. Edwin O. Satter, Chi- James M. Beach, Phil cage. addiphia. G. W. Myers MilesCity E. Butler. Miles City. W. i. D. Randall Great F. L. btreet.Great Falls Fails. E. D. Weed, city. Jr. Meisner, Butte. J. 5. Hammond, M.D., E. W. S. Tingle and Butte. wife. Butte. W. A. Clark, Butte. A. N. Walker, Anaconda J. M. Kennedy, Ana M. Martin, conda. Otto Ilallman, " W. H. Dawson, St H. C. MoConnell, New Louis. York. G. W. Kosnig, Boston. lRalph F. Thompson, W. M. Bickford Mis Chicago. souls A. M. Brown, San J. lekmton, Chicago. Francisco. Lee Gunsp, San Fran Frank F. Beebe. Col- cisco. umrse, 0. 3. W. Mentz, Chicgo. A. B. Wood, Detroit. Chas. . Mackorn,5t. C. W. Wilson, Chicago. Paul. Artivals at the Grand Central. Mrs. Smith, Elliqton. T. U. Donaldson, East 1l. C. Jones, Marysvitle Alex. Gilliam, Boulder W. C. Whaley, Bedford Mrs. A. H. Fey, Bed J. A. Mclntosh, Boul- ford. der. W. E. Jewell. Raders H. J. Murdoek. Ketch- burg. um. J. J. Reeves, Boze W. A. Clark, Virginia man. City. J. W. Tinsley, Towns W. H. Britts and wife, end. Duluh. G. W. Bishop, Duluth. Ralph Shephard,Dlunth James Wilmutt, Great Dave Anchoid, Dear- Falls. born. Dr. J. L.Eelchter,Town Chas. Baswitz, city. send. C. t'allaghan. Three S. P. DeNt ills, city. Forks. E. W. ieattio, city. J.J. Hickey. Billings. John A. larts, Ioolder J. G. Smith, Boulder. Chas. Z. PIod, Boulder W. C. Birkhead, Marys- Jas. N. lialeton, Ma vylle. rysvillo. . B. MoKellican, Ma- IWm. MoKendrick, Ma rysville, rysville. ('Cha. Iirner, Wickes. Will Kennedy. Boulder C. A. Wilson, Philips- T. *. Thomas, Marys burg. ville D. Willioms, Marysville J. B. B. Coon., Btte. John Betray, Bedford. C. lussoell and wife, El JolhnLudeut, Chicago. liston. U. lillagher. Nevada. John Smith, Great J. O. Murphy, I)emers- Palls. Villa. W. eo . Gordon, Wickes. B. M. Vaubn. Townsend i. C. Cockrill,nBoeenan Miss Susie M¶tchals, Mrs. N. Vetal, !limini White S.. p rins J. R. Wine, Townsend Jamoes E. Walter, Town- F. (. Brooke, White send. hall. J, Sehreiner, Townsend IB. W. James. Butte S. A. Clarke, t)regon Geo. W. Signor, Butts J. V. Jones. Bzeermai J. N. Smith, Inozeman W. W. Johnson, East '. F. Murray, Boulder Helena. F. W. Merrill, Helena. Alexander Macauley, J. L. Nenan, Butte. York, P'. S. Smith, Lavensa. Frank Nelson, Wicks. C. A. Wing. Carter. It. 2. Decoteau, Boa- J. C. Cromie, ('enrter. ton. F. S Davey. Deer Lodge. G. J. Cunningham, J. F. Omera, city. city. James Conley, Deer W. .L. Tierney, Towns. Lodge. end. Go to The lire live for woolen hosiery and un derwear. Crockery and rla-swaro very clhen at The lIeo Hive. New stock arriving daily. This Evening. A regular meeting of the Mt. Helena Council No, 13182, Royal Arcanum, will be heold in A. . U. W. hall Tuesday evening, Sept. 22. A full attendasnce is requested. H, C. YFAauun, tegeont. 0. T. WALKeOn, Jr., Secretary, For Rent. The store now occupied by Simon Marks, at foot of IBroadway and Main street. Enquire of A. Birkenuteld, t111 Fifth avenue. You can bsy the Foster fivelhook kid gloves lii all otlors at The BIO lllvo for $1.il. Every pair warranted. A WORD WITH YOU IN REGARD TO WRAPS and JACKETS for LADIES, MISSES, CHILDREN. We have not the least hesitation in sav ing that we are showing this season the ineat and largest lines of New Wraps. Jackets and Newmarkets, etc., that was ever shown in Helena, and have marked them at prices that should, and certainly will, sell them very rapidly, in spite of the hard times and scarcity of money. One among the many rich Novelties we are showing in this department, is the La dies' Long English Homespun Cloth Capes with Undervest and Storm Sleeves, for cold weather protection, High Collar, edged with Marabout. and trimmed with Cut Jet Nail Heads. They are pronounced very handsome by all who have seen them. lBe sides we are showing a great variety of La dies' and Misses' Fur Trimmed Reefer Jackets, in beautiful styles and all the most I popular colors. They are being sold very rapidly at the very low prices we have placed on them, and we would advise an early inspection, before the assortment of sizes is broken, Parents and guardians that are interested in Cloaks for Children now at the commencement of school and the cold season, should be particularly in terested in our Cloak department. We are offering some very rare bargains in Chil dren's Cloaks this week, and are selling them for very much less than you can buy them for later in the season. Raleigh & Clarke. FALLSTYLES NOW READY. Dunlap and Ghristy Hats. I-~ BABCOC6t'8. THE LADIES' TAJILOR --IS A SENUINE BALOR SYSTEM. We respectfully invite all Ladies' interested in beautiful fitting G(armeuts to call at our school and investigate. You can cut any garment with it, any style, any size, to fit any form perfect with out altering one stitch. A few of many garmeints taughl: French seamless waist, Parisian dart leass, Basque Freneh-iias. Also all plain draft t ing any style. Skirts cut to meaosurre. Tealh the ir latest methods of bsstiug, boning and finishiug gowns. You can make your own garment. while learning. Every Lady onug be her own Dress maker, after a through course with the Ladies 'railor. Hours from 9 a. in. to 5 p. m. n 108 Grand St., Near Hotel Helena, A FINE RESIDENCE AT A BARGAIN! Eight-Room Frame House on Lawrence street. Sheds, stables, etc. Ample grounds. Houses for Sale and Rent in all parts of the city. E. S. French &Co. GOLD BLOCK. Deserve Success by Qualify ing Yourself to Secure it. Thern is no branch of an education which has so important a part in the part of liofe as Book-JSeepirg. in thlse days of sharp oompotilion, the bust as mtlan who expects to win mlUt figure closely. Ito oennot do this without knowing the exact condition of his afafirv, which a correct iatomn of llook-Keeping exhibi e. Time eavod is money gained, and he who would make monoy innat mako the boat use of his time. Shorthand and Typowriting save time and labor. Arithmetic, Plomstashlp, Commercial Law :and common Engllsh Ir:,nohes are just the atudtcn you aho tld become profieiout in. All or the above can bw a'qanirod b' joining the DAY and NIGIIT ohcosej at the Eugolhorn llena Bnsinesi Colle . TOCltl 'KOL(LD1ltl ' LE IRTIN(i.-TII5 ANN UAI, L nenotl n ol of the ulockhollor of tile Lurela lheaorvoir, ('anal and Irrlaation (Cootpsan ftor the elthtlott of truttnee and sutth otllhr brinoea as ttsy cl'ttoln bLfore Jlitet, will bt hold at the oilica uf tIho cotllany. oonom 11, loliy block, loelena, on ISaturday, tiL. t. at h.10 0 a om. Y. M. I0, 'I'TI4O4L , ltcretrjl. z % uuaTON, 1'reddent, . 'T. 6. POWER & oe., -JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN- " Mimu auo Farm Mahiner STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS, 'Wire HIoisting Rope, 2Etc. Wagons--Ouartz, Lumber and Farm--Wagons Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps. 50 DIFFERENT STYLES OF VEHICLES. 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 The JOHN 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 co mnection with and for the benefit of the Guests of the MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL. It has been analyzed and foundto contain the very beat of medicinal qualities for ,yspepsia, Indigetion, Biliousness, Gh vel, Piles, Diseae; of the Kidneys And Bladder, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Catarrh of the Stomach and Bowels, Skin Diseases, Etc. ---READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS: HELENA, July 28, 1891. Mr. M Lissner.-Dear Sir: For many years I have suffered from a cAmplaint which phtysicians cailed gravel. My back was so bad from kidney and bladder trouble that I was unable to stoop to pick up a pin from the flor. In the last fit teen years 1 have spent hundredi of dollars in trying to get relief. till no relief. A friend of mine induced me to try your mineral water about the time it was put into the hotel. It has done me so much good that, in fact, I consider myself corel, and I could nor resist the imtnlse of wriing and thanking you for the benefit I have received from your great mineral water. oun can show this if yon see fit. Thanking you again. I am most respectfelly yours. MeS. M. GooDnLTT. OFFICE OF D., M. ROCKMAN, HtELENA, Mont.. Nov. 8. ,1890. Maronas I. ner, Elq.--Iy IDear Sir: tice I read the retort of au analysis made by Prof. T'homas Price & Son, of your spring water, I found that it is not only a pure drinking watcr, but is of great therapeutic valce for many din eases, viz.: Ililiousness. indigestion, constipa tion, liver, kidney and bladder diseases, as also or throse .uffering with gravel. 1 at justified iu recommending your spring water to those suffer ing with| h, saove men ioned diseaset..antd by using the water for two or three weenos it will recommenditeelf. Very truly ,ours, M. 13oiKMAN, M. D. READ WHAT TUOE fREAT TEMPERANCE LEC'URER IASI TO SAY. IIrLENA, Mont.. Aug. 20, 1891. My Dear Mr. Lisasner--lt gives me great pleas ire to state briefly the great benefit I have re r..ved fr so the use of the Lise-our spring water. I h ire been f, r tlhree years afflictedl with kidney trouble. causing me intense plain. I have taken much mtdicine, with but little relief. I have nsed peroeus piasters. They gave me tmpiorary relief. The severt pains in my back ypt re mainedl. I commonced the use of ithe spring water about five weeks ego and immedliately got relief. I fil no more pai:ns or arthesr. urinate with perfect frtetedhm, and have every reaomlt to believo 1 am entirely cored. With my whole heart do It hank you for this water of life. Yetre. in haste, FRANCIe IMURPHr: *FALL OPENING zro ---_- Millinery and Fancy Goods, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, Solt. 21 .d 22, "THE COLUMBIA." -FOWLES' CASH STORE' THOMAS PRICY & SON. (;HEXICAL LABORATORY AND OnE Rooms, SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Oct. 21, 1800. Marcus Listner, Esq. luinoral Sprlngs Hote' Helena, Mont.-Dear t ir: \e have made a care ful qualitative analysis of a sample of water sn', to this office by you and find it to contain the chloridles. carhbonates and sulphates of lime, magneosa, sodl and potash. and it is free from organic and e :stable matter. We recommend the water. Yours truly S P TooeAstsnRos & Boa. BETTER THAN SnATroonA.-Francis Murphi during his stay in Helena, has paid many a conm pliment to Lisener'e mineral water. Thnrsday night, during the course of the last meeting in his cc:n se of gospel temperance gatherings, he paid tue prettiest compliment. "1 cams hero sore in every limb," he said. 'After being in the Yellowstone accident I tsa full of pains but that water took them all away. It's a fact. home of you folks go to Saratoga and rave over the waters of that place and you have something bet ter than Saratoga right in your midst. Its a great water." DEN.VER, Col., Nov. 4, 1i80. Maruon Lissner. Esq.. Helena, Mont.-Dear Sir: it gives mle pleasuro to give you this testi monial about your spr:ng wator. I have suffered for nearly ten yerrs with eonotinatioa of the bowels--wonldgo sometimes as long as fifteen days without a passage, never less than eight days. I never was a minute during all these ears witlhout a lheadaclihe, osonutimes the tain was eo great I thosrtht I would lose ily nind. It also prolducedl congestion of tie womlt). I triod several doctors and different medicines with but litlle relief. I thIe caale I on Dr. Rocknanu, of your city, while ther on a visit, and he advieed tme to drink our spring water hot three times a day, about hait' a pint. ana to my great relief and pleeure I found rmyeelf curet within three week s. It is now tis s weekna rine, I left your city, andi 1 still felt woll. not a ingtlo b.id symlc tom of my lres ilous trouble ista shown itself PIleas aucept my heartfelt t lauks for the great relief your spring water ave me. Sincerely .oure. MRs. JstE ls EiDWARDne.