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ButteNews. HONOR^IROES OldVeterans in Hue and Gray Re^^member the Day. SERVICLSIN THE AUDITORIUM rtev.Jacob Mills' Eloquent and Im-^preaalvo Address Listened to^by a Large and Appre^^ciative Audience. IUB- hrfl -I C|i| HIHII ^'II a nuta MrP*' 1^union And i^body. The Inani.rd.tnce with established^turn the suivlvlng NMh ei ih.^var hold memorial s. i \ I. ^ ^*^In honor of their fallen comrade:^Hutte th^ day wax not alone ehoerped^by the Oram! Army, hut by the confed^^erate veterans an well. Many of the^ihurches, too, observed Ihe tluy und^the iK-cenUm by eondm ting spei lal^memorial services In Hie morning, lum^Ming In Loth Hag and senium UN^memory of the soldier dead Theregular Orand Army memorial^services were held at o ^ look in the^ufiernoon at the Auditorium und railed^aedieme. the voteianH. l^nh^.nit. derate, attending In a^Auditoi Hint had l^^ ^ 11 bMV^tlfully decorated for the oocMtOBJ bjf^the ladles of the W. It CH and Pfs*JMt^^ed a very pretty picture \mIIi Its dim*^and bunting and Bowers. The stage^was an hi d w ith a huge Hag und a^pretty background fuind of hunt lag,^ret with portraits of l.iiooln, QfMI^mid tiartii id. im either side at the^stage and Just aluoo Hie slurry arch^Hpiieiiied the monograms, ^^1. A. It.^^and ^W. It. C.^ worked In evergreen*. Aspecial song serine was rendered^by a choir of \i train, d yolrea, The^memorial sermon was delivered by Itev.^Jacob Mills of Center* ill. Home National Pefial und Safe^^guards^ w as the siibjeet of Hie si nnon^based upon the text found In Proverbs^Xlv., 34: ^Itlghleoiisn. ss exallelb a M^tlon, but sin Is a reproach lo any pea^|ile.^ Mr. Mills spoke ns Minus: Thelate J net Its siroiiK .,f the I nlti .1^States supreme .ourl said most iruly^that 'Nowhere on the globe Is lliere a^nation whlrh lias sueh Inlluenee la-yond^Its own borders as our own. tlreat^Britain has more political, bill Hie^Vnltod States more moral IflfltW nea^than any other nation. It is bMHH^of the advunt-c of education and de^^mocracy; It Is because of the progn ssof^t'hrlstlanlty that at the bottom of the wallof every struggling |pie you findAinei). an aspirations.' This being^true, and no one of an unbiased mind^will doubt It, the question then arises:^'Shall we as a nation noi .inly con^^serve but develop those principles thai^have made us great, thereby continuing^to enlighten the world In morals, In^honesty. Intelligence and religion, the^four great pillars of a pciimincnt re^^public^ Or shall we, through neglect^of such fundamenlals, suffer the nolilo^Structure already reared at the cost of^M much blood and treasure, the cyno^^sure of all nations, to crumb', ami de^^lay ' Shiill the American diadem, so^richly studded With Jewels most rare,^continue to sparkle with bright rays of^peace, contentment, prosperity and^happiness among her own people and^at the same time Inspire with hope^struggling humanity the world over.^^If this question be answered in the af^tlrmatlve, then It will require thai ev^^ery citizen shall become it posillve rue-^tor for the well-being of the nation. Iam no pessimist, but I confess to^you, my comrades and fellow citizens,^that clouds now and then appear on the^horlzon, which, In my humble Judg^^ment, portend evil rather Mian good lo^our beloved country. II will be u pan^of wisdom then to take our Pourings^and see whether Hie ship of slate will^be staunch enough to weather the flcrre^gales likely to be encountered as the^years come and go. one thing Is ab^^solutely certain, the crew must be loyal^and true to the commands of the cap^^tain or Ho ship will siin ly go .into Ihe^rocks. We must not target thai tio.l^holds In his builds Hie .I, -tiny of Ra^^tions as well as Individuals, and lhal^according to his Inexorable law. as we^sow so shall we reap I ^o von doubt^that In sowing the ateda of slavery^that 'sum of all villainies.' ecorardtag^to John Wesb v we. as a nation, drank^the bitter dregs of a terrible civil war '^What, then. Is the safeguard'.' Why.^simply the applies!ion of the principles^of the gospel of Jesus Christ, which^will save and keep saved Hie American^republic. Nollilng el^. will Vou may^think this a strong asset!ion. bin w^iM'lleve it absolutely Hue. In Isaiah^)x., 1- these records may be found: The^nation and kingdom that will not serve^Thee shall penUJ yea. thus. tuition-,^shall be utterly wasted.^ Historians^said Hint Knglaud was t |pf for an oat^^burst of destruction such as caused the Illinoisof the Preach revolution. Way didn'tit break eat^ mo af the chief^lessons, says Mr. Lecky, the Kngllsh^historian. Was the new ami Vehement^religious enthusiasm which was at the^time passing through the middle and^lower classes of the people.' Says an^^other prominent writer on the sane abject:'As to the Bran gel koala, they wereantl-ievolutional \ to a man. and^contributed much toward keeping Hie^upper . lasses ii.. i i oni i h. . ontagioii^Look for a moment at some of the na^^tions of the world thnl has. pass, d lata^oblivion beans, of their vice and Im^^morality, arahylaa. for laataare His^^tory tells us that 'as the center of a^great kingdom it was the seat of^boundless luxury, and Its Inhabitants^were notorious for their addiction to^self-lndulgeiu c Nothing could l^e^more corrupt than Us morals, nothing^more titled to excite and allure to im^^moderate pleasures. The rites of hos^^pitality w. ri polluted by the grossest^and must shameless lusls. Money dis^^solved every tie. whether of kindred,^respect or esteem.' As a direct . onse-^qeeaC! of this dlsol^ci||ene^' of the laws^lit tiod, in due course the handwrttlllfl^appeared upon the wall tied has^number..! thy kingdom an.I llalehtd it.'^So will It hi with every other Kingdom^which does likewise. Notefurther. If you please, the Ho- j b^^man empire at a later parted S.ivs the^historian: ^Viewed as a national at po^^litical history, the history at the He-^man empire is sad and discouraging in^the la^t degree. There wire no |.iil^M,'^hospitals, no Institutions for the relief^of the infirm and pool, no s^^. t. ties for^the Improvement of the condition of^mankind from motives of iharily.^Nothing was done lo promote Hie la- Bbnacttoaof the lower riaama, la miti^^gate the miseries of domestic slavery^Charity and general philanthrophy^Were eo little regard..I as duties that It^requires very gBtaoein acquaintance^with the literature ,,r the timet la tin.I^any allusion to them Notwithstanding vastand^and^else end: theearth who force! Cod perish from^among men The Psalmist says ^The^wicked shall be turned Into hell and^nl ih. is .a - that forget ttod Thefirs' peftl we shall specifically^not. will be the liquor problem. We^unhesitatingly ahVm that there Is no^other on. thing In these I'nlted States^of America so fruitful of evil and .1.^struct Ivcitesa of the best Interests of^our beloved lountry as Ihe liquor traf^M. H is the most prolific mother of^everything undesirable In our land^one can have but slight conception nl^Its magnitude without . aref ul kavastl^gallon. A healthy, tobust body polltli^may Is- able to throw oh^ a ceii.nn^amount of pois.ui ftoin its system will,^oal inn. h apparent Injury. Hut then^Is a limit In this ns in the human body^tiii. s physical powers may be gp it^and lb.- disease in Its Incipient y. yet,^without propel Miic and treatment the l.e.lv IS sure to SIC . Illllb to t he no el Ionsfoe. Multitudes of our fellowni.li^an being launched Into eternity,^tin ugh Hi. ravages of this truth.^.iv yeMf. Can our country affonl the^i s t an Hie American people. I re^In I I'eal. who have the love of their conn- I^try at heart, a (Turd the cost'.' Good I^authority has estimated that in the,^urea covered by the l ulled Slates, in^Hi. last IMi wars there have been killed^.it war minima persons, while turn has killedduring Ihe same time 7..'. Thedirect cost In money, to say nolh- j^utg atsiut the destruction uf proper!) !^and Hie Indirect cost in loss of pradUl^live pewer. Is enormous. It Is said the I^i osts of the great wars of the world^for :'S years, from IMI la 1877, Including j^Ihe franco.Herman and our own civil ;^war, was a fraction over I12.OuO.isni.ihmi.^Tie cost of Intoxicants in the Halted^Slates alone for the same lime was^S1.Ynna.OM.ouu. or I.I.immj.ihio.isio more than^ih. .ost .,f an t|^. wars of the world'^I- it possible far us as patriotic citizens^la vi. ^ this condition with ItnllfTor- ]^cine ' It is estimated that the sum of^muih JIimi.imsi.oOO per month Is expend- i^ed for Intoxicants In the I'nite.l States. ,^It this amount were expended (Of tread I^and . lot In ng would not the cries of^hunger and wain, poverty and dtatreea^which are now ascending Int., tat ear^of high heaven, be turned Into glud I^acclaims of joy und thanksgiving! Again,lata traffic is a peril ^f^proportions l^. its dei'anee of law order,There must bt reaped for, obediencelo. the establish. .1 In n ,^all government will be at an^.anarchy, communism and nihilism will^reign Instead. Then properly, liberty,^yea. life Itself, will be at Ihe'mercy of^the math. As a class. Ili. se people use^all I heir powers to prevent the ciiiui -^mint of wholesome laws, bribery anil^intimidation lieing among their most^potent weapons. Strong. In YJOT Conn -^try.' quotes: 'If our tactics failed in^the legislature, and temperance laws^were passed, we w.tn home to defeat^th. ir execution. The othe rs designated toraecata the laws wire generally eleiled. If, lij ourselves. ii whs all^right: If. by our opponents, we had lo^buy them up and but few were round^who would not take a bribe although^the liquor lobby, during the last M^years, has used millions of dollars In^oorrapl bargaining and bribery, ami^never has made a set ret of thai fai l,^yet no member was ever caught In the^act. and It Is fair lo presume lhal no^one ever will be. There Is no way s^.^dark they cannot f I ml their road^through.' When all other means fail liny .1..^not hesitate to employ the torch, the^dynamite Isitnb and the assassin s bul^^let lo thwart Ihe ends of Justice. I'nder^their manipulation police officers re^^fuse to execute the law, and crime^stalks abroad in our cities. The late Dr.^Howard Crosby said: 'One of the cap^^tains of police is said to have made^ITii.immI in one year by his carefulness In^b av ing the law breakers alone. Krom^police headquarters goes forth the or^^der that the police are not to enforce^the excise law. I have had my man^on the force and can apeak with^know ledge of the fuels.' The New York^| Times says: 'The gnat underlying evil^which paralyzes every effort to get goodlaws, ami to get tlnforreniont |of such as we have, is the system of lo^^cal Politico which gives the saloon^^keeper more power over government^I than Is possessed by all the religious^i and educational institutions In the^! city.' , ^Thus we tlnd this evil deslroying Ihevery v itals of our governat Lara ChiefJustice Coleridge of Kngland said^that Koiir-ilfths of the crime that ]comes gate tharts of the country resultsfrom drink' The safeguard is^I not to touch or taste lb.- a. curs, d stuff.^i but rather to use every legitimate^means to save our follow men from its^fearful ravages by suppressing both^, the manufacture and sale, save possi-^! bly for use In the arts and sciences and !^for medical purposes. That the people haveample power to tiiaaiaott liquor |from the land thert Is no question, at^the courts have testified by their do I^i Isions time and again. May ^ bid speed^the day when our MMOed enmity shall^| be free from the blighting evil. Thes.ion.i peril which we shall no^^tice Is Sabbath desecration. This Is a^p. i tin Ions practice, dost. net h e of gissl^morals and religion, contrary to the^' laws of Hod and subversive of the best^Interests of mankind One cannot^break the taws of healih with Impun^^ity: no more can he transgress the Invvs ofQod, which have been mailt for the governmentof the world, without meet^^ing the consequences. W ho slnill suy^thai Butte City, in her noli observance^of the holy SaLhuth an.I other laws of^Hod. I hereby sowing the wind. Is not^now n aping the whirlwind in robberies,^sub Ides and murders .' If baOiaeJM OMO^! v\ 111 not observe Hod's laws, how can^they expe. I that man s laws will be^obeyed ' The Sabbath was made for^man and not man far Hie Sabbath.' It^WW designed nut for a day of secular^toll, nor as a holiday for pleasure but^as a day of worship, rest and recupera^^tion. To quote again. Justice Si l ong^said In a speech at Washington, after^It teniae the regard of the early^settlers of America for the Sabbath^and their manner of observing It. that^The Sabbath so observed no one can^doubt OOOjtribated to the formation Of^that character which has stood us in^goisl stead in our history and which^lias been the admiration of the world.^I verily bsthrot that were our civil^laws, prescribing the observance Of^Sunday as a day of rest lor all our peo-^I pie. universally obeyed In their trite^I spirit, life, liberty and property would^far mare secure than they are now '^It is said that Mr Hladstone haa of-^j ten licen heard to remark that, had It^I not lieen for his Sunday rest he would^not be the man he now is Physically,^i spiritually and Intellectually, his Sun^^day has beea a pi i. cb ss hi. ssmg .any^w ho en I c red his toon l ill pi.uinni; sllot^on Sunday during the height of the^session could not fall to be struck kd^I the atmosphere of repose, the signs and^I symlsds of the day. the deserted writ^ing table, the absence of papers and^newspapers. Two services at least set^him at worship on Sunday at liawarden^j church. Here is a noble example for^, our statesmen and all oilier . lasses of^! i ltliens. Can Ihe people of ihis mighty^nation afford to break dowa MM Of Ihe fliberty and safety. I^which centers m the pro|N*r observance I^of the holy Sabbath'' To do so is to I^prepare the dynamite bomb with th.tr^own hands, whnh shell shatter Hie na^^tional fabric of the land of the free^and the home of the brave' so it shall The mandthat we should 'Remember the^Sabbath day lo keep It holy ' Thethird peril whlrh we shall note^lies In the isiselhle crippling or de- struitienof our public schools. I need^not state In this presence whal Is well^known, lhat in some quarters there hat^beea i most determined and powerful^o|,.,osiiioii w ith a set purpos. t ^^.tiny them, Palling- In this, in some^; ., ^ - a .b inand haa been Blade for a^division of the *^ hisd moneys on a per^capita basis that i hiblreji of a .erlaln^i lass might Is. educated In sectarian^^cboolt So far. this has also failed.^Bui w. must not forget that 'thx prlC*^of liberty Is eternal vigilante' 1 know^vou will be glad to have recalled a' 'bis^time the words of that (Teal Mjdtof^and patriot, to whose BMtnory we de^^light in pay homage and under whose^matchless leatler^hl|i the union armies^w.-re victorious. It was lief. i. .i . till^^ering of old soldlert In l^.-s Moines.^Io ..i iii ls7^. that tleneral Hrant said:^i'on,i,oles. it always affords MM min h^gratification to meet my obi comrades,^in arma of 10 or 14 yi-ars ago. and to^In., over again In memory Ih1' trials^und hardships of those days -hardships^imposed toi Ihe preservation and l^'r_^petuatMtl v^r our free Institutions. We^believed then and believe now that we^had a gov ernment worth tight let haft and.If nI be. dying fm Boa many ofour comrades of those days paid the^latter price for our preserved union!^Let their heroism and sat ritb . s be ever^gie. n iii our memory Let not the re^^sult of their Hacrlibes be destroyed.^The union and the free Institutions for^which thev fill should be held more^dear for their sat rlllees. ^ ^ ^ ^ Tinfree si-htmi is a promoter of that Intelligencewhich Is to preserve us as^a fi.e nation. If we are to have anoth^^er i oldest in the near future of our na^^tional existence I predict that the di^^viding line will not he along Mason *^Iilxon's but between patriotism and In^^telligence on one aide, and superset Ion,^ambition and Ignorance on the otlcr. ^ ^ Kncourage free schools and re--^solve that mil dollar of money ap^^propriated to their support, no mutter^how raised, shall be appropriated to^the support of any sec tarter school.' Comradesami fellow citizens, kti us^heed the words of the gnat eomniuniler^and guard with a zealous eye our pub^^lic schools, ami restore to its proper^place within them, as a text-book on^morals, the holy Bible. It i* said lhat DanielWeaater once asked Thomas Jefferson.What Is to be the salvation^of our Bat leaf After a few moments'^thought Jefferson replied ^This na-^Haa win be saved, if tared at all, to bach the children to Jove their Savior. Thefourth peril of vv hlrh we shall^take note is Ihe conflict between lalsir^and capital. Is this tin- rot k upon which^the republic Is likely lo foundet--.' That^there Is danger here cannot be denied.^Just how much and how serious we^cannot tell. These two inn rests should^dwell together In loving pein e as nei^^ther can survive without the other.^They are like the Siamese twins, sever^the htfa in re that binds them together^and both will surely die. Hem. each^should be careful at the others Inter^^est thut the best good to themselves^ami to the nation may reeaK. Hut it^Is to be feared that the ibil.hu Utile' la^not always observed as il should be In^these matters. I trust lhat you will^pardon MM if I make n quotation from^a letter written to an American gentle^^man by Maraulay about t.'i years ago.^It will give us footl for thought: Your^fate I believe to be certain though It^Is deferred by physical rautsa As long^as you have a boundless extent of fertile^and unoccupied lands your laboring^people will be far more at ease than^the laboring people of fast old world. ^ ^ ^ ^ Hut the tune will come^when New Kngland will be us thickly^populated as old Kngland. ' * Then^your Institutions will be fairly brought^to the test. I listless every when makes^the labou r mutinous ami discontented. ^ I heartily wish you a good deliv^^erance but my reason und my wishes^an- at war ami I cannol help |or. l.oil^Ing Ihe worst. It is quite plain that^your government will never be able In^restrain n distressed anil discontented^majority.' Thesewords of Ihe great historian^are well calculated to stir our thoughts^While considering them our minds very^naturally look back over the last few^years, noting the hnnl times; the^Strikea; tin- distress In the great cen^^ters, the Coxey army. etc.. and we al^^most Broader If theoe are not the signs ofJust such troubles as he predicts^Then our minds turn to the awful fiat^licldal strife which rent asunder our^beloved country :'.:. years ago and they^are in a great measure relieved from^their burden of anxiety, for a ship that^could weather such a terrltlc storm as broodedorer the American nation (or fourlong and bitter years and safely^reach port Indicates a seaworthiness^calculated to uiv ^^ strong assurance that^she will continue to outride any storm^that amy be encountered for many a^loag day: Imt whether the American^republic shall last while the world^stands, a beacon light for the oppressed^everywhere, will depend in Be MMUI^measure upon the Iblelity of the people^to their Splendid system of free public^schools, careful attention to the laws^of Immigration' and naturalization:^honest politico, I pure ballot, an hon^^est count, the righVeoua adjust meal of thereaprfillet interests of labor and^capital bj wis.- laws, the elimination of theliquor Ira (Be, root and branch, with kindredvices; with a careful observ^^ance of the holy Sabbath as intended^bv the Creator. 1 am five to say that^these questions can never be satisfac^^torily solved without ihe application of^the principles which govern tie- religion ofJesus Christ. There Is no other solu^^tion for them. They may be pit. bed^Bp us one would try to heal an ..Id sore^from Ihe outside, but I hey will surely^reopen. The hope of the ^ Id is^Jetua.' lbs gosnel Is the only panacea^for all the ills of so. lety, state and na^^tion. Whenwe comply with the gospel of^th. Son of Cod. then, and not till then,^Phall Ibis great and mighty nation,^which est our forefathers so miinv^trials and hardships to establish and^maintain. Which, at a late period, COgl^tuch vasl treasure, with much of the^best blood of the nation, in which^struggle you. my comrades, bore a most^honorable pari, then I say this nation^shall be established upon an enduring^foundation lhat shall not be removal (CMMhauedea Page s. yen.) Hennessy's Hennessy's Hennessy's ,Sunshades White^uits^and Sailor Hats EVERYTHINGin fact that a woman needs to protect herself from the^burning reflections of Old Sol, is shown hero in all its summer freshness.^A new line of Knox's Sailor Hats in black, blue and white came Saturday.^New Waists, too; perfect beautios. 5eeOur Corner Window Display of Corsets Teadowns SilkTea Gowns, prettily trimmed with Iiaoe^and Ribbon; colors, pink, blue, yellow and^purple, cardinal and old blue, $1350. $15*00 and $17.50 HenriettaTea OownR, nicely trimmed with^la.:) and ribbon, colors: cardinal, blue, pink,^purple, old blue and black. $6.50to $15.00 ChallieTea downs, former price $10, now $3.50 DressingJackets Hairford Muslin Jackets, trimmed with lace^and ribbon, colors: white, pink, blue, purple^and tan, and WhiteLawn Jackets, trimmed with lace in^^sertion and rilibon, lo to $8. PinkLawn Jackets, trimmed with lace and^insertion, $1.50. Colored Organdy Jackets, lace trimmed, SI.50to $^.50. s * t t st Seeour South Window Display of Shirts Men'sFancy Shirts Weare showing a handsome variety of shirts,^in the newest of fabrics, prettiest of patterns^and choicest of colors; 150 dozen laundered^shirts, with ruffs and collars attached, in all^sizes, are exceptional value at our prices, run^^ning from 50c, with a two-bit raise, to 51.50. Men'sUnderwear Oneof our new show cases on (iranite street^I contains a display of Shirts and Drawers marked^at 50c each. They are, without doubt, the best^I values ever offered for the money. Several^j better grades of this summer underwear equally^j a^ low in price. flailOrders Receive Our Prompt Attention # Address hennessy's, Butte, Mont, f Hanypeople wonder Atour low prices and we are sometimes asked if our ooods aro reliable. We warrant^every piece of goods we sell. A large business on a basis of small profit is our motto.^This is our established method of busiuess. It pays us. It will pay you to deal with us. Carpets KitchenQueen OilCloths aiUtfPti OurStock is Very^romplete and^Prices Low Containstwo Flour Bins,^two Drawers, two Bread^Boards^very useful Table^for Kitchen. Prico $3.00 Wohave a Good As^^sortment at-prices^that will Suit You Ourlines are very complete and prices very low on the following lines: Side^^boards, Secretaries, Chiffoniers, Extension Tables, Barlor Tables, Bed Boom Suits,^Folding Beds, Office Furniture, Children's Beds, Chairs, Kockers, Lounges, Couches,^Parlor Suits, Stoves, Ranges, Toilet Sets, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleum, Lace Cur-^i tains, Rugs. =r==_ anderFurniture and Carpet Company, NO.19 QUARTZ STREET, TUTTLE BUILDING, BUTTE. Mmattempts of Jkegoettts t.^ -t,^, hii^tendencies to earroption b| iiinlahlna* I Thrrf i^uiwerk^^Immorality, it was t hi. ilv Immorality^that utnlermlnul the rapirt With ;i^high civilisation, a Bourlaatos riwa^t '. ii. ami Ht-noral oatWard redMBOJri^iji associated a titrthlr depravity af^morale,^ Thus it was that II [roud mistress of the world n aped as ' t^fmme a ^by wont imt an hissing shesowed and was forever I tt.,| out. ! safeguard will l^ to observe Hu^^la like manner shall all Um uatiuus uf | quirvments uf Uud s law, wun.li aHa^ | Mandolin,Guitar. Kanji and Violin i*m CTION.^I. T. Hslle. Mandolin ilultir. lUrrn unit VI...^lln ln,truflt..n. Fin.1 ot^triintent^ nee ts pupil* f..rsseea peaettss Mosses nsthsej sj oakth tlifveinstrument* nr.- t horouiililv lssre*4 .n ^h.^rt^time Mnu.lolin *^-l li.ntiir t'litni ..pen to pupiU^without rharte. Mu.lK Room a. N... ,7 a'. rrk. Ofta eseabaav AGreat Bargain Oaringlo my Inability to successfully^conduct my store and ranch at the^^ante time. I h*\e COOChlOld le offer^mv ranch fur sale at a great aacrlaV ^^It is located flve miles east ..f Anai on-^da and one mile north ^.f Warm^Springe, contains 5i0 i nt. l. r ft n. ...^water rights, residence n..,,| sufficient^outbuildings. I wilt sell ^,tit imple^^ments for M.50H; M.0MO cash balance on^time. It Is lust the plan foi the dairy^business, ao.nl markets Ixins near at^hand. The price le * tittle less than JJ^per acre and less than 1 puitl fnr It.^Title unquestionable. Apply or addrese^I'etcr Lansing. Deer ModU ALHAMBRAHOT SPRINGS Sanitariumand Pleasure Resort. RATES$J per d^y, $11.90 per week. Including the Celebrated Baths. Theproperties of these Barings are the best In the State of Mont ^ on ^^-' 0^nt^of their Ti,NIC Dll RF.TU . SOLVENT and RUMINATIVE PR PKRHKH It Is^ihe softest and purest water known, containing no excess of mineral sslts. antl no^Itme or Inorganic Impurltlea. therefore non-Irritating to the .llgestlve organs and kid^^neys The conaumptlon of wster containing lime brings iittout the development of^^uutv conilltlons. acts as sn Irrltsnt to the kidneys und In many cases deranges the^digestive properties of the stomach. The water of these Spr'ngs contains Iron with^the alkalies, sodium and potassium, also sufficient sulphur and magnesia to act ben-^eliclally upon the akin and constipation of the bowels. Containing these principal el^^ements of purs hunman Idood with the ellminatlve properties It possesses ; nd re-^nlaclng It with the principal Ingrcdlenta of the blood free from all diseased g. rms is^calculated to give vlaor ami strength to sll who partske of It. ami making I hers of^sassy value to all thoee afflicted with the following diseases: CATARRH RUM MA^TiSM NKKVOt S PROSTRATION. VENKREAI. OISKASES. I.EAU VIS 'NINO.^STOMACH AND K1PNKT TROUBLES; M.I. WA8T1NO PISfASKS- a In.nttil and physical weakness are greatly benellted. and along with proper medical^treatment an-p. rmanently cured . TheseSprings are locate.1 on the lines of the Oreat Northern and Northern Pa^^cific Railways IS miles from Helena, are beautifully situated, surrounded by parks^and groves, lake for boat riding, creek for tlahlng The hotel ha^ been rentt^refurnished sm-ill cottages for those desiring apartments hy themsel\es. making^tl em the most desirable resort for either health or p|. ..- .re in the state Two large^plunge baths, one for ladles and one for gentlemen: private baths In the hotel. Excursionsfrom Hutte Saturday and Sunday only, return rfmlt Monday followlnj:^iate of ^ale. DR.J. C. HUNTER, Resident Physician Trestit brooir, Kervoas aed Special Diseases, t ^n^ultatioa t ree No.16 North Main St.. Butte. Mont. DR.W. TODD, ,^MvstI1ufoNANB EstablishedIn lugs for the honorable and^scientific treatment of all diseases of the^Oenlto-L'rinary Orgnns. Skin and T)lood,^Syphilis and Venereal Diseases In every^form. Nervousness, weaknesses and in^^discretions of young, middle-aged and pre.^maturely old men and all private, rhronlo^and special diseases of men and women.^Rupture. Btrlcture and Flies. PARISIAN DYE HOUSE Ptasjrkrtyalnt sad Classing.^Tee only hoase la the Northwest that nset the^Frsn.-b process. Ws guarantee our work to ee^^ trtetir flrst-rlaas. VVf^ have no solicitor* or^breach oBesa. All orderi should be left at^to WEST GALENA ST.. BfTTE, MONT. PAUMIE.Proprietor. LadlesAppreciate^A good rsaiedv. aa l thrn h not asytklag oa tsc^market that equals French Tansy Tablets for the^relief sail cure of palaful or Irregular m-nsn.^These tahlsU remove all obstructions, ao mattes^what the cauas. Manufactured by A. Aageadr%^Paris, t'ran -e, aiJ [or sale only by U at. News^bro Drat c^ Pvt. M M . Sole ageata. Prists^03 tsr bos, seat by ud securely ieal^i.