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City Cotnoil DOeldes to Put
It at That Figure Next Year. r for Paving Main Street to Be Advoertised for Again. eassIns Over the Soak Crusher, New OMoes, a sewer, a Cenasre and Other Matters. * oity eosneol last night flxed the tax for Helena for 191l at eight mills on ollar, one mill higher than last year. eommittee on taxes and licenses re ed in favor of making the levy as fol Mills. i fund...... . ................. 8 fnnd.................................... 2.7 rt und .................................... 6 otal... .... .................. eial street tax, $i per man. e report was adopted and an ordinance d fixing the levy at the amount named. oeuncil afterwards resolved itself into ard of equalization, which decided to urn for ton days, in order to allow time the regular published notice. The ting will be held at four o'clock Satur afternoon, Oct. . . The city treasurer, eas I. Walker, presented the assessment ks, showing the following totals: Town acreage and improvements, $18,779, mortgages, $2,759,600; watches, furni , ete., $207,700; musical instruments, aries, etc., $57,500; merchandise, $1. 110; fixtures, machinery, etc., $147,000; ses and males, $76,490; cattle and bulls, ,505; hogs, $820; hay, grain, lumber, , $20.250; taxable bonds and franchisees, ,022; all other property, $678,958; per al property, exclusive of money, $1,569, money, $121,170; total, $25,749,740. ut one bid for the paving of Main street received up to noon yesterday. Two e reoeived afterwards, but were not sidered, not having been submitted in e. H. B. Palmer was the only one who his bid in on time. When the matter is before the council it was decided to dvertise, and Mr. Palmer's bid was re ned to him. At his own request the bid a not opened. The new advertisement ows seven days for bids to be received. numerously signed petition was received ing that the rook crasher be used on rren street, south of Broadway. It was resented that the hill on that street con ted principally of rock suitable for cadamizing. The street, too, would ve to be opened some day, and this uld make the work easier. The petition e laid on the table. Later Alderman saner protested that this was not treating e petitioners right. The rock crusher d been put down to work on the tailings ere it would benefit one indi ual by clearing off his land. t a peition from taxpayers for over a lion was placed on the table when they ked to have the crusher used elsewhere. moved to take the petition from the ta e and refer it to the committee on streets d alleys. This was carried, after some soussion, by yeas 7, nays 6, Alderman oompson protesting that there was "a col ed gentleman in the woodpile," meaning e opining of the street at city expense. e vote was: Ayes-Lissner, Klein, Gar Bt, Steele, Morris, Gamer and Hanley; ys-Fuller, Hartwig, Reece, Witmer, iebr and Thompson. The sixth ward sewer also created some ing of a ripple. The council had directed a engineer to advertise for bids for con ructing the sewer. Finding, however, at the plan proposed gave no outlet rough the Northern Pacific right of war, sent a communication to the council Iling of the difficulty. As soon as the let r was read Alderman Hanley offered a solution censuring the city engineer for ot advertising as instructed. After some lk the matter was disposed of by laying Iderman Hanley's resolution of censure n the table and directing the engineer advertise for bids for construct s the sewer through the railroad right f way, as well as through the other prop rty, and to get permission from the North rn Pacifie to do so. When this was done, syor Kleinschmidt took occasion to read iderman Hanley a little lecture. He said ,was very unpleasant to sit in the chair nd be censured. The engineer had acted n this matter after consultation with him, nd whatever censure was due should fall pon himself. He thought, however, the ensure should fall on the Sixth ward al erman, who had not properly prepared the atter in the first place. A report was received from the streets and lleys committee, recommending that the ity attorney dismiss the proceedings pend ng in the district court, growing out of the ,ondemation proceedings for the opening f Bluf street. The effect of this will be to too the opening which was or ered by the previous council, I his brought out some discussion specially between Aldermen Lissner and Thompson. The former wanted the im rovement to o on "in the interest of the oor man." He said if the rich were being enefited it would be done at once. Alder an Thompson said that judging from lderman Lissner's remarks on all ooca ions the poor had all the rights and the ich none. Alderman Lissner retorted that if the poor had not blazed a trail for the railroads Alderman Thompson would be shoveling coal in Pittsburg. Alderman Thompson said he had always had some idea that Lewis and Clarke had a little to do with the matter of blazing a trail. The report was adopted and proceedings or dered dismissed. The report of the ordinance committee on the appointment of a city physician and an inspector of milk and food, provoked another discussion. The committee rec ommeneed the appointment of a physician to attend cases in the city jail and those poor persons who were unable to pay for a doctor; also an inspector of milk and food; each at a salary of $900 a year. Alderman hteele said he believed in the doctrine of to the victors belonged the spoils, but he did not believe in manufacturing spoils for the victors. He moved that the ordinance be amended to create one officer for the two duties, with a salary of $900. When the discussions had strung along for half an hour the mayor suggested that the aunt ter be put off on account' f the pressure of other business, and it was referred back to the committee. Holter Brothers applied to the building inspector for a permit to put up a one-story strnucture on the lot between the Bailey block and the Gold block on Main street. The inspector declined to issue the permit on the ground that the building would not comply with the law in regard to founda tion and sewerage. The council was asked for a special permit, which was re faned. Thompson said he regretted this, as the spot at present was an eyesore, and a one story building would be better. He understood that it would only be for a few years, as Holter Brothers meant in time to put up a handsome building running back to Park avenue and t4ith avenue, to be need as a theater and for business pur poses. Mayor Kleinschmidt called attention to the propriety of furnishing a stand on the side streets for city cabs, and thus prevent them blocking up Main street. Aldermann Garner stated that the cab owners were will. ing to go on any regular stands the city might provide. The mayor also suggested that some change be made in the law so as to increase the weights for hitching horses, The law at present required but eight pounds. Yet sevelal runaways had occurred in which the horses carried with them twenty-four pound weights. The matter waiL referred. Thoman Farrell's bill for $808 for killing one horse and injuring another in a trench at the Stuatmboat block was re eie fb tts wa reieurtd beak otr eiommondinfg that the eity eniaer mt a e-titates of tile probable oat ef putting the flume in good order and soaenstruotin a new one. Th report was adopted. Property Ownere on Brpadway naked that the nradef that thoroughfare from Main s'trot to Montana avenue be lesned They estimated the oat at $1,280 and thought tT reultant benefits would be very great. The matter was referred. The plat of the Burlington addition was submitted and it wa accepted as part of th city, by year 7. nayn O. ome ob eotions beln made Tihat the faot that the lines of atreets did not correspond with any of the Itnea of others as laid out. The street commissioner was authorized to make arrangement for plaoing at the oorner of Broadway and Manlu streets a drinking fountain "for man and dog," given by the Helena lodge, Independent Order of Good Tomplars. The bill of the water company for 1,987.5. for A at, wa orderedpad, as was one for $875, due J. 13. Bohaff, for building the flume to relieve the Chessman flume of city sewerage, and $54.82 for extra work on it. As the suggestion of the city marshal for a dog pound would involve considerable ex pense the committee on police recom mended that the present system be con tinued. The report was adopted. An ordinance was passed making the licenses of bill posters 5O per annum, pay able quarterly. Everythlng firet-alsl at the Helena Care. Oysters any style at Sam Iferz's. Yon can bay crockery, china and glassware cheaper at The Bee Hive than at any place in the city. SUPREME LODGE A. U. U. W. An Executive Committee to Prepare for Its Receptlon Hereo I 1899. Grand Master Workman J. W. Eddy, of the A. O. U. W.. in his first official circular appointed a committee of one hundred to arrange for the reception of the supreme lodge next year. From that committee he appointed the following as an exeontive committee: James Sullivan, chairman; W. M. Ballard. secretary; J. S. Hammond, Butte; W. H. H. Dickinson, Missoula; C. H. Clark, Great Falls; W. W. Turney, Ana conda; J. D. Conrad, Marysville; ',mes H. Mills, Deer Lodge; J. W. Thom son, Wm. Muth, R. Lookey, F. R. Wallace, M. Barns, t. H. Howey, Geo. E. Boos, David Marks and Ben E. Harris, Helena. The executive committee met at the hall of Capital lodge yesterday afternoon, and hegan the work assigned them. R. Lockey wifs elected treasurer of the committee. Weekly meetings of the committee, of a social character, will be held at the office of the grand recorder. Saturday evening of each week is the time agreed upon. The piece of meeting is also the office of the chairman. At these meetings the plans to be followed will be discussed, and busi ness sessions called when needed. The chairman will appoint sub-committees as needed. A resolution was adopted as fol lows: "That no bills or contracts of any kind will be recognized unless authorized by the committee in an official manner; and that no person is, or will be allowed, to solicit or receive aid in any manner or form, for, or in behalf of the committee on re ception of the Supreme lodge, for any pur pose whatever, unless authorized by the committee, or its offitcers, in an official man ner." This committee is the only one recog nized by the grand lodge of Montana, to arrange for the reception of the Supreme lodge, and any person working in this mat ter must obtain the consent of the commit tee. The work has begun in earnest, and will be pushed forward as rapidly as the occasions demands. Go to The Bee Hive for yarns and woolens, Large line of albums and photograph frames just received at 'lhe Bee Hive. Dr. Skimmin, palnlees dentistry, Sixth and Maln. Extracting teeth c50. CRIMINAL ASSAULT CHARGED. A Mlddle-Aged Man Locked Up for 111 Using a Seven-Year-Old Girl. Mrs. C. C. Albright, living on Brocken ridge street, near Ewing, went to Sheriff Jefferis' office yesterday and complained of an assault which she said had been com mitted on her seven-year-old daughter, Lulu, by Reinhart Pruver, a man of 45 years. Sheriff Jefferis sent the mother and child to County Attorney Nolan, and in the meantime went out and arrested Prover, who was placed in jail. The county attol ney had the little girl examined by Dr. Treacy, who found undoubted evidences of a criminal assault. The girl says that Pru ver met her on the street on Monday and induced her to accompany him up in the hills, where lhe committed the asesault. She said nothing to her mother on returning home that night, but yesterday morning Mrs. Albright found that something was wrong, and on questioning the child got her story. Prover is a musician. The county attorney directed the sheriff to hold him, and will file an information in court. The offense is punishable by imprisonment in the penitentiary. Geo. H. Taylor, dentist, Denver block. Silk umbrellas this week at The Bee Hive for $1.75. A BLOW WAS STRUCK. Trustee Lockey and Ex-Trustee Howey Have a Disagreement. The school trustees had some property offered them at various figures for a school house in the Flower Garden addition, and yesterday they went around to look into the different vrouositions. Trustees Gil atrick, Guthrie, Walker, Miller, Lang orne, G une and Lookey were in the pa ty. Ex-Trustee I. H. Howey, Mayor Klein schmidt and others went along. While ex amining the properties Trustee Lockey made some remark about the old board of trustees, in connection with a deal, which displeased Ex-Trustee Howey. Hot words were exchanged and after some mu tual recrimination Trustee Lookey called Ex-Trustee Howey a liar. The latter struck out and his fist landed on some part of Mr. Lockey's head. Before the gentlemen could souare off for a regular set-to, Mayor Kleinschmidt and otheas present interfered and the belligerents were pulled apart from one another. When they had cooled off there was no further attempts at hostility. Legal blanks at this office. * First-class oyster parlor, Motor Waiting Room. New Millinery. Miss Kingsley, whose millinery parlors are in the Diamond block, corner Park and Sixtbh avenues, has just returned from Now York city, where she has been the last month selecting from among the imported and domestic goods just what will please the ladies in Nelena both as to designs and quality. Her doesigns are mostly imported, consequently oadnot be found elsewhere, Opening days Thursday and Friday, Sept. 24 and 25. I%.PRICE'S cfal Baking -4rPowder Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. A Question as to Where Proeeou. tions for Assault Must Be Begun. Suit to Determine the Matter of a County Witness' Mileage. Mrs. Wooldridge Owea John W. Thompson for $10.000-Tracy and Creats, Al leged Burglars, Released. Papers in the appeal ease of the state against George Myers, Ferdinand Cortez Powers and Wailter Powers, of Virginia City, were filed with the clerk of the su preme court yesterday. In this case the state is the appellant for the purpose of finding out what is the proper tribunal in which to start actions involving misde meanors. From the pavers it appears that Myers and the Powers on January 18 last cauqht a man named George Christnot, hung him up by the neck, tied him to a horse, whipped him and otherwise ill used him. The erand jury of Madison county indicted them and the case was set for M ay 20. On May 18 J. H. Duffy, codheel for the men, sooved the court to dismiss the indictment on the grounds of want of juris diction. Judge Galbraith sustained the motion. He held that the constitution provided that district courts shall have original jurisdiction in all criminal cases amounting to felony and in all cases or misdemeanor not otherwise provided for. 'The criminal offense of assault and battery, he held, was a misdemeanor, and by the law of the territory it was provided that justices of the peace should have original jurisdiction to try this offense, with the right of appeal to the district court. The constitution continued the law of the terri tory in force as the law of the state. It was clear that the trial of offenses such as as sault was "otherwise provided for" than by the district court. "In short," said the judge, "no prosecution for any misde meanor which can by existing law be com menced and tried in a tribunal inferior to the district courts can be initiated in a district court. But after such prosecution shall have been determined in an inferior court the judgment may be appealed to the district court." County Attorney Clark took an appeal for the purpose of settling the question. A QUESTION OF MILEAGE. How a Man Must Travel When Dolong It at a Couaty's Expense. On Feb. 3 last, A. J. McMillan, of Glas gow, with eight or nine others, was sum moned to Glendive to appear as a witness before the grand jury in a case against one W. P. Clark. McMillan went by way of the Great Northern to Helena and thence by way of the Northern Pacific to Glendive. The most direct route was by way of the Great Northern to Buford, 138 miles, and thence by stage line to Glendive, a distance of seventy-three miles more. The incon veniences of the route and the inclemency of the weather, MoMillan says, made it impossible for him to travel otherwise than as he did, which weeas the shortest all rail journey, though 834 miles each way. When he made his affidavit of attendance and distance traveled and presented it to James G. Ramsay, clerk of the court, the latter refused to al low him for more than 422 miles. He re fused to accept this, claiming a distance traveled of 1,668 miles going and return ing. McMillan brought mandamus pro ceedings before Judge Milburn, claiming that the county commissioners had not es tablished a table of distances, and that he was entitled to mileage according to the route he had traveled. Clerk Ramsay, in defense, claimed that the most direct route was by way of Buford, and that knowing some nine or ten people would be wanted from Glasgow, he had made special ar rangements with the stage company to ao commodate them. Judge Milburn de nied the application for mandamus. He said: "To hold that the petitioner could go by way of Hkelena would be to hold that he might go by way of San Francisco, if the junction of the two roads were there. The proposition is absurd. No reasonable man could send a messenger from Glasgow to Glendive by way of Helena when he could send him a route only one-fourth the distance. By way of Buford the journey would be less expensive, even though the traveller were compelled to hire a special conveyance. What a man would not do for himself because of extraordinary expense he should not require the county to do for him." McMillan took an appeal and the papers have just been received by the clerk of the supreme court. SHE WANTS DAMAGES. Mrs. Wooldrldge Asks That John W. Thompson Pay Her $10,000. Mrs. Catherine Wooldridge has brought suit in the district court asking damages from John W. Thompson in the sum of $10,000. The cause of action is alleged false imprisonment. Mrs. Wooldridge, it will be remembered, rented the upper part of the Penn block from Mr. Thompson, who, believing that she was about to leave the country with the inten tion of not paying him what she owed, had her arrested as she was about to go away on the Northern Pacific train. She lay in jail several days, when she was re leased by order of Judge Hunt, who found that Mr. Thompson's affidavit on which the arrest was made was defective in that it did not allege that she had any money in her possession at the time she was sup posed to be leaving the city with intent to defraud her creditors. Mrs. Woolridge claims as the ground for her suit, injury to her health and damage to her business and reputation. Acquitted and Not Prossed. The jury in the case of William Tracy, charged with attempting to rob Montana Central cars, brought in a verdict of not guilty yesterday. On hearing that he was discharged Tracy shouted "thank'ee" to his lawyer and rushed out of court. The case against his partner, James E. Cronin, was then nol prossed by the county attor ney. Cronin likewise left court in a hurry, joined Tracy down the street, and the two were soon out of sight. District Court Docket. John Buakner et. al. vs. George S. Apple ton. Motion for new trial denied. W. S. Paynter and Jennie Paynter vs. First National bank. Demurrer overruled and plaintiff given ten days to file replica tion. State vs. George II. Diehl. Application for continuance granted and case set for Oct. 15. A WORD WITH- YOU IN REGARD TO WRAPS and JACKETS for LADIES, MISSES, CHILD)REN. We have not the least hesitation in sav ing that we are showing this season the Onest and -largest lines of New Wraps. Jackets and Newmarkets, ate., that was ever shown in Helena, and have marked them at prices that should, and certainly will, sell them very rapidly, in suite of the hard times and scarcity of money. One among the many rich Novelties we are showing in this department, is the Ln 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 Heade. They are pronounced very handsome by all who have seen them. Be sides we are showing a great variety of La dies' and Misses' Fur Trimmed Reefer jacaOns, In oaubruli setyles Ann all noe moalt popular colors. They are being sold very rapidly at the very low prices we have placed on them, end 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 end 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. FALL STYLES NOW READY. Dunlap and GhFristy Hats. BABJOGE'8. THE LADIES' TJILOR -IS A- GfENUINE TAIIOR SYSTEI We rees.ctfUy invite all Larlies' interested in beautiful fittiny GIarments to call at our school and investigate. You can cnt acy garment with it, any styler any size. to fit any form perfect with. oet altering one stich. A few of many garmenlts taught: French eramlces waist, 'orltsian dart less, 'aseue Fronch-lias. Also all plin draft ing any style. Skirts nlt to neasnre. Teach the latest methods of baillng, boning and tinishhu. gowns. You can make your own garmouent, while learning. Every ILdy cal be her own )ress maker, after a through t orse with the Ladies Tailor. Hoors from a. in. to 5 p. m. 108 Grand St,, Near Hotel Helena, Deserve Success by QualIfy ingYourself io Secure It, There ts no branch of an education which has so important a palt in the part of lifo as Bodk-JKeeping. In these days of sharp competition, the bansu nees man who expects to win most figure closely. lie cannot do this without knowing the exact condition of his affaire, which a correct system of Book-Keeping oxhibits. Time saved is money gained, and he who would make money must make the best use of his time. Shorthand and Typewriting ~ave time and labor. Arithmetic, Penmanship, Commercial Law :nnd common English branches are just the stlioes you should becomeproficient in. All of the above can br acquired b; jo;ning the DAY and NIGIIT clastio at the Engolhorn Helena Bsiness Collee. IUMMlfNS-iN 'Tll.) DIITbIf't t'OtlT OF theFiMRt Julio al diorict of tho stare of Montana, in atd for the cuuu:y of Lewies an. f:larLe. laor ka Carlson, plaintiff, vs. Albert Carlson, tefilndlnt. ''h o taote of Montana sends grooting to the abhir namdtri tlrfndant. Yoo are Ihereby rIquLret to appear in aon action brought: Kainot )ou Iy t. abuvo nnamd plaiuinff in tho distriot court of tLe 0ilet judicial dietrl.t of te state of Mlontana. in and for th coutnty of I.ews au I C lar, and to anowor the comprnrlln tiled t heroin, within ten days (etctusive of the day of servoir) after tine tsrviao on yon of tisd a utlllns, if soY 'red wiltin hi coun1ty oCr. if erorv.dI oUt of t ois oufty, but withinji this ltatriot, w .-ithll t.wently tlay. oth*rwi within forty dlays or juilo m leat drf.lraott will h, taken a.. insiyoeA clmreeinr to th .R rayteof rstk ild coftalan 'Ito .alu actionll brotiht to t totUcrtr fron fo.iuto of mttirl.olty ixitftilg blhrtwel tht plstn till mnd the iiifoendtit, tor the resoon that tho do.fio.anut hm witfully and rwithoout. cnasu ahsetrit lcdi it,.lf fr.Om thel Ilaiintit againlat helr wil I at it withoutt her oertor ot for the of are of Mloro thll to yttlarl ihtllllltitfltt' preceieg the toittlllut l'lr O tOl ft h O t ill I, it in, alt oif whitIt altp torr r t~w, ftnt y in tin hnlte|tittt etn tile harel,. o.,d yoa r'e herebty otifd tha0 t o fail tf apiVor t1 I l\anvser itIe std oiti plaLr. ae abtovr r."tltrodt the said tlaintll 'will appty to theo (Itvotl .elttlr ht hfl' and tit I.tel of the dle triutiturt of the liref .otdioiae dthtriot tf thfi a Mtt ofit Montana, in and for tile coUnty of tx.WiS atid ('Clatek , thut uilthlh itai of itotptmiltr, itt the ypnrt our Lo i.ord, ina tihunsand sight tundreil tll,, n h.toy-ono, I, at JOHIN IlFAN Clerk. II,. Konwt,la. Attorney fir Plalhtif. St It KIIto.DIWuIIH' MI\r,'TINit -'T'HEl ANNUAl1 inttinll iiif' tliiol.h, khiottlr of tllh tltre.a l'ferertiir. t roatl anId lrraiutz i. .tittptai fir tho lt i t-ol of tul'llet.ro and slll'e otlhtr ttlllinol. as l iMY ,to1 bltrou themr, will br ttld at the tflthe otf it Colultanty. room It, alley blook, llslells, on baturdsy, $ept. . t 10:tO a. to. L T. luaron, President. T. G. POWER & Ge., -JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN-- M inl a Farn Macliii rv STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS, W 'ire EI-oistinz2g Iope, etc. Wagons--Ouartz, lumber and arim--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 sea for yourself The JOHN R. DREW ASSIGNMENT SALE. Cheapl Cheaperl Cheapest! 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 coanection with and for the benefit of the Guests of the MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL. It has been analyzed and foundto contain the very best of medicinal qualities for Dyspepsia, Indige tih', lilioanss, :avol, Pile3, !ii;ea'e; of the, Kinecys And Bladder, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Catarrh of the Stomach and Bowels, Skin Diseases, Etc. .-- FRAD THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS: HELEt... July 28, Ihl1. iMr. rT Lissnr.-Dear Sir: For M:ny 'ears 1 have suffered from a eomplaint which phvyicians •allmel gravel. Ay back wias to badr from kidny and bIladder trouble htat I was unalh:e to stoop tr pick iup a pin from tie flo. t. In th lat lit teon yearn I have rl,'nt hl:ndtlrerl of dollars in Lrvin to get relief. htill no relief. A friend of unlen induced me toi tlv your line'ral warer sbout the time it was pit inio the hotel. ft, ha lB ion re ro niuch good that, in fact, I consider myself curse, and I could not resist tile init alse of writing and thanking you for theo oenet I have received from your great mineral water. Yon can show thle if yon rrts fit. 'Tranking yoe arain, 1 am most roepto.fully y.unrs. M. o, . MRs. ]%. QooDrITT. C'FFteR OF Dn. M. RoraNe.A, IElfEt A. Moot., Nov. 8, lilt). MIlarctlLianor, LFrq.-My irear Sir: itioo I redt the rrtort of an analysis made by Prof. 'Ilhomas Price & Ron, of your sprinrg watrr, 1 found that it is not only a pure dr;nking watler. blut is of greet Irherapeutio value for erou) dis ea~es, vlz.: i;iliol.nres. indigestion. cene'ira lior. liver, kidney anl bladder desataese, s ..lso for throre suffering with gravel. I ara jostieri in racrmmendiug your sprint water to thoce c"nt'er ing ..tsti hi arovo mon ioned disasees, and by using the water for two or tLree wenses it will rocommonditelf. Very truly yoursen M. HrrCIrtn, at D. RIAD WHAT THE nGREAT TEtt'flPRA.tCE LECTTRETI IAS'ri O AY. IFrLseNA, r: nt.. Ang. -,. 18t1. Mly Dfer Mr. .lissner-- It gives mi great plias ure to rstat briefly the grrat tbrnolfit I havn ra ct;vert Ir. m the ore of the Lis-enr spring water. I h ive been f r thrree years afltictod with kid..oy treoble. rcaudr g me intense ,sin, 1 haove taken muchl medicine, with but letri relief. 1 have u.cdl porous plalsters. They fa:oe roo tlmpniorary relief. Thir severe pains in miy b:tok y :tr mainei. I corninoenced the use of the spring walter about five rweeks ego andt imniedilatell vet, relief. I fei no moorte pains or tcho, urinate with perfert freedom, arid have eviry reason to believe i am entirlry crred. Wit. try whole heart do I thank you for this waterfr life. Yours, in harte, f'cANCit MuitrIn: *FALL OPENING* Millinery and Fancy Goods, MONDAY TUESDAY. Seopt 21 an 22, "THE COLUMBIA." A 4FOWLES' CASH STORE. SHo0AS PnrtCC h SoN. CiZoMIOAL LALORAT a.r AND o:E RiOOMS, SAN ''aIANscIS;, I'nl., Oct. 21, 18.0. Marous Lis'nor, Esi . .oinral Sprinlls ote Helenan, Mont.-De)oar it. t.a have ili a care Inl qualitative analysis of a rample of water s0o to th.s ,ice by you an!d t d It to contain the chlurideo , carbounat'e and asllploatea of lime, Ioagusota, ooda a ll ,otanl. tt ad It Is treeo from organic and eo ;otab o mttter. iWe recommend t/ho water. .Inta tro1ti, "Int:tAS PRICY ,t Soo. It-tiER TItAN SAnlArOO.-Franci Murphy during tO itay nit Helena. has paid mxau a ooro plinrent to Lisner's ueinsral water. 'lhuruday night, ,:uritg tIhe coulre of the ioat meeting In his ct "e of ga..pol tempo. anc l gatheringe, he paid t:o prett.eot oompiinmott. " oame here sore in story limb." he said. "After being in the Yeil.twotoe cOideolnt I .as full of pailns, but that water took thlem all away. it a' forct. Some of youl folks go-to Saratog a nd rve over t' waiorr of t lilts tli-rO Jot50 ;Ia S ssova metOhint LI.. ter thon oaratoiga ih in yonr mxodat. It's a great water." D1lsvar, Co'., Nov. 4, 1800. Marous Iirnor. Et . tq.. IHloon. Mont.----Dear Sit: Itiivea u.e pla1surs to i r give y.ut is tCati mionial aoit -our ap;rintg oatOtt:. I have esulred for nearly ton yerre vlth contiwtion eJ o the IowJels--would go nometite:o as aog as fitteen dats wit outa passage, nevor h .th tJhan ight onay. I tinter wIh a J Ol ton olr i ring ll thao Stora withtout a It-edacht, no:ltttitea the peai r.s to groat I thoJglit I would lose lily mJind. It nlaso irott.ced congeatiolo of tIhe womb. I tr:el sovoral Idoctors and difloretnt tedioilne with bait little rslier. I then cale I on Dr. Ruuki.at. of your rit,, while thire on a visit. and he advised me to drinik sour sprino water hobt threes times a tiy. ao! It Itha a uint, nat to my eeat relief aod IlO.vsure I ,ouni inn.sRf ctreL within throe wtook. It is tiow tiroe tv,'-.. oilt:c I left yotr ity-, nd I still f.,l well. not a ingle bad ytnp. tottttt tllnylrotlott trouJle J a sl sowS iteot. P'loasoe acriept n) htiertfolt thanks for the great rolitif your apring vater gave me. Hincerel1 yos. NMILS. JEyvNt oDwAIEDs.