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XIIE SEWERAtiE QUESTION.
u Engineer Reeder .Makes an Able an d Exhaustive Report on the Subject. Incompliance with the request of the Citv Council City Engineer Reeder has prepared the following synopsis of his views on the sewerage question, and pre sented it to the committee on sewerage: Helena, M. T., June 10,1886. The Honorable Committee on Sewerage, Helena, M. T. : Gentlemen—In compliance with your verbal instructions, I beg to present here with my report upon the question of sew erage for the city of Helena, accompanied by a map of that portion of Helena drain ing into Last Chance and Grizzly gulches, that seems advisable to lie taken into consideration in preparing plans for sew erage. In discussing the question of sewerage there are two things to lie taken into con sideration, viz., the drainage of the surface water and the drainage of habitations, or sewerage proper. And lie fore going lar ther it will be perhaps well to consider the relations which these two factors bear to each other. The mean annual rainfall in Helena as reported for a series of years by the l'nited butes Signal Office, is only 13 inches. From the same source it is also learned that the heaviest rainfall occurring in one hour was almost exactly Ù inch and this fall has only occurred six times in seven years. If therefore we assume the maximum rate ot rainfall as ' inch per hour, we shall have to provide drainage for Hi3 cubic feet per hour, or .'»U 1 , cubic feet per minute, for each acre drained. The total area drained into Last Chance gulch is quite large, but the water falling outside of the inhabited area can easily be taken • are of, and lie made to tlow in the natural channels. The inhabited area of Helena draining into List Chance gulch, comprises about :;00 acres. The volume of raintall upon one acre, as before noted, is JO} cubic feet per minute, and the total volume ol water to be disposed of will be 9,975 cubic feet per minute. In the foregoing assumption, the inhabited area is supposed to comprise all that portion of Helena south of an east and west line drawn through a poiut 3(H( teet below Gebauer it Vergy's planing mill, and west of the summit between Last Chance and Dry gulches. To provide lor future possibilities, this area may be considered as containing 23, (too jieople. If it is assumed that the water supply is fifty gallons per diem, the main sewer will have to carry away 1,250,000 gallons daily, or 166,666 cubic feet. Two thirds of this amount, or 111,111 cubic feet, will pass off in eight hours, or from 0 a.m. to 3 p. m. On the foregoing assump tion there will be a maximum discharge of 232 cubic feet per minute from the outlet of the main sewer at the point below Yer gv's mill. With the inclination practicable at any point of the proposed line of the main sewer, the amount of 232 cubic feet per minute, can easily be carried away by a a 12 inch circular pipe. To carry away the storm water in addition, will require a circular pipe 45 inches in diameter, or an egg-shaped sewer 2 ft. 10 in by 1 ft. 3 in. It is evident that a sewer large enough to tarry away both the storm water and sewerage will be an exceedingly expensive affair, and the rainfall records would indi iate that its capacity would only be taxed atKHit once a year. Aside from the (pies tiou of expense, there is another objection to large sewers. That this objection may 1* made clear, I beg to digress a tew mo mints. The amount of water (lowing iu a channel depends upon the materials com j.oMug the channel, its inclination, and the extent of the channel wetted. If a stream t»i water (lowing in a narrow channel, six inches deep acquires a certain velocity, it is evident that the same amount of water distributed to tlow over a channel one inch deep will not have near the velocity as in the former case; iu other words, a stream that has a rapid tlow in a properly propor tioned pipe may be spread out as to lose its carrying power. A sewer theretore may be made so large that the velocity aud consequent carrying power of the water may become very small, and the sewer, in stead ol carrying away foul matter, may ' become a gigantic cesspool. The present Hume is a good illustration of the way an excessively large sewer acts. The water (lowing through it nine-tenths of the time is so small in volume and is distributed over such a wide channel that its carrying powers is lost, and it has become a cess pool throughout its length. It is there fore easily seen how difficult it is in small towns to devise a sewer that shall success fully carry away both storm water aud sewage. 1 would propose a sewer of sufficient size for future necessities aud ex clude storm water almost entirely, except iu certain cases. There is excellent natural drainage in Helena, and the present Hume in connec tion with a good system of surface gutters, is amply sufficient to carry away the waters from any storm that may reasona bly be expected. At certain points on Main street it would seem advisable to place catch basins tor storm water; for ex ample, at the loot of Wood, Hroadway, Grand and Seventh avenue. With the in clination practicable on Main street, an eighteen inch circular pipe will carry 928 cubic feet, a twenty inch pipe 1204 cubic feet aud a twenty-four inch pipe 1000 cubic teet per minute. As before stated, the maximum sewage discharge for a popu lation of 25,000 people is 232 cubic teet per minute; a 20-inch pipe will theretore dis charge all the sewage of 25,000 people aud the maximum raintall upou 32 acres. The system of sewers shown on the ac companying map, places the main sewer on Main street, leaving Main street at Yergy's mill to reach a point in the natural Last Chance channel about 500 feet below the railli, and contemplates circular sewers throughout of salt glazed vitrified pipe. The size ot the main sewer is submited as follows: Twenty inches diameter from the outlet to 6th avenue, 18 inches in diameter from 6th avenue t o Broadway, 15 inches from Broadway to Bridge street and 12 inches from Bridge street to a poiut -00 feet up the gulch. The lateral sewers are proportion«! to the work they have to perform, none, however, being less than 6 inches in diameter. It is estimated that the w hole system of sewers shown on the ac companying map will cost $75,000. If, however, from financial or other reasons, it is impracticable to put iu this whole sys- [ tern at present, it is certainly of great im- i portance that the matter lie at least inaug- j urated by building the main sewer through | Main street, the cost of which I would esti- ! mate at $20,385 for 4,520 feet or $4.51 per ; foot. This is so designed that it will form [ a part of the future system. The general specifications are as follows: 1,540 teet,20 inch pipe : 1,250 feet, 18-inch pipe; 1*30 feet j -inch pipe, aud -00 teet, 12-inch pipe, all with inlets on each side every 20 feet ; pipes I to be laid twelve teet deep on the average; joints filled with Portland cement and all pipe caielully bedded in sand, manholes with perforated cast iron covers every 200 feet, 23 in all. Five catch-basin, along Main street. For the work specified 1 beg to submit the following estimate: Lost of pipe at works.......... lier cent for breakage.. ........ $1,464 00 . _______________ d _................... 73 20 Freiglit to Helena. ....IT.'........... 5,422 88 Delivery to trench.............. 300 00 Ex<k Voting trench................................. 3,390 00 Laying, pipe ...................... 678 00 Timbering— * ................................. 4,520 00 Sand for bedding ..... 377 00 Pilling hack....................................... 542 40 j over, j ; ! ! ! j ! j ; ! [ i j | ! ; [ Twenty-three manholes romplete.......... 1.265 00 Five catch basin*.................................... an 00 I*iping to catch basins............................ loo 00 Flushing: arrangement at head of pipe 100 at Ten percent, for contingencies.............. 1.S53 24 Total cost............ .120.385 72 Cost per foot................................. «4 51 The above does not, however, include the cost of the ground or easements north of Yergy's mill, and in the event that the foregoing plan is adopted some expense will be incurred in securing the right of way for the outlet. One thing more. Before any system of sewers can become successful, it is abso lutely necessary to have an efficient water supply ; for the whole modern system of sewerage depends upon the water carriage of objectionable matter, and the rapidity of sewage disposal depends in a great measure upon the extent to which the sewage is diluted : further, there should also be formulated rigid rules for house drainage. Street sewers may be perfect in them selves, but unless they are in conjunction with a good system of house drainage their full benefit will not be derived. Very respectfully, GEORGE K. REEDER. City Engineer, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. The report of B. H. Tatem. District Court Clerk, showing fees received for the quarter ending May 31 of $528, was re ceived, examined, approved and ordered filed. The bill of Wm. Sims of $-<7.111 for con stabulary services was returned to him for itemization. A petition was received from residents ! of Marysville asking that the county road as established be changed to conform with the road as traveled. The matter was ; taken under consideration, and .Messrs. J. D. Conrad, S. F. Ralston and C. E. Dudley were appointed as viewers to decide upon the propriety of the desired change. The viewers are to meet in Theo. Shed's office, ! Marysville, on the 19th iust. and are tojre port to the Commissioners not later than September 1st prox. A petitiou was received from residents of Shergold valley, Sun River and vicinity asking that a road be laid out through tht settlement to connect with the county road near the Sun River cemetery. Re- i ferred back to petitioners for issuance and presentation according to law. A petition to the County Superintendent of Public instruction came up for consider ation. It was from residents of Valley and Spokane school districts and prayed the establishment of a new district. The County Superintendent reported it un favorably, and the Board sustained her en dorsement and denied the petition. Residents of Sun River petitioned the Board to act in conjunction with Choteau county to purchase and make free to the public the toll bridge across the river at that place. The petition was laid pending the ascertainment of the views of the Choteau county Board on the subject. Another petition from the same place, praying the county to pay a balance of $45 on the jail there, was also laid over. The following communication was re ceived : Helena, June 10, 1886. To the Hon. Boord of Commissioners , Lewis and Clarke County: In the absence or non-appearance of either of tlie architects of the court house Hodgson & Stem) I would respectfully ask an appropriation of $10,000 on account of estimate due for the month of May on contract for the same. I Signed) J.J. PALMER. On the recommendation of the superin- ; tendent of the work, Architect Welter, the Board allowed the appropriation asked. On assembling at 2 o'clock this afternoon the Board took comeyauce 1'or the poor farm, where they are to look over the new hospital, inspect the grounds, etc. They have likewise under consideration the pur chase of 50 orlOOacresof laudadjoining the poor farm for iutermeut purposes, the pres- ; ent cemetery being too small for the in creasing demands upon it. Taxes collected from Mahala Walker to \ the amount of $6.45 were ordered refunded, ; the same having been paid by T. H. ! Carter. Two bills for indigent relief of $15 and i $30 respectively were allowed ; likewise the bill of Benjamin Malben, road super visor, of $104.10. The bill of Sanders, Cullen & Sanders i ($500,) for professional services in the case | of H. M. Pärchen et al. vs. The Board of 1 County Commissioners, was also allowed. The statement of the County Treasurer ; for the quarter ending June 1,1886, was; approved. The clerk was instructed to notify road supervisor Meade to turn water back into a certain ditch near Marysville that he had previously caused to be diverted into another channel. The balance of the morning was occu pied in hearing the representations of Masseua Bullard, counsel, who pressed the claim of Andrew Stevenson, ex-clerk of the Probate Court, for extra woik done on the records of that court. The claim amounts to about $300, and was denied at the last session of the Board. The matter was taken under advisement until the after noon session, when a decision will be ren dered. The clerk was directed to spread upon the records of the Commissioners' proceed ings the following notice that was filed with him after the March meeting : To the Commissioners of Lewis and Clarke County : Gentlemen You will please pay to J. J. Palmer such sum or sums as may be due me on estimates for work done on county court house. (Signed) RYAN A BRUNTON. Per Ryan. Helena, May 10,1886. The following bills were allowed : J. J. Palmer, polishing granite slab, $100 , Wm. Sims, constabulary fees, $76 ; Holter & Bro., lumber $9.95 ; J. J. Palmer, 5th esti mate on court house work $19,933.88— warrant ordered drawn for $9,933.88, $10, 000 having been paid over the day before. The clerk was directed to notify all road supervisors that the road fund was ex hausted, and that no bills lor road work will be allowed at the September meeting, unless the work has been authorized by one of the Commissioners. The Board concluded not to take any farther action in the matter of the Steven son bill for extra work on Probate records. It is hard to say which we need first and most, water supply or sewerage. A debt created for a good water supply would not be felt as a burden, for water rates, no higher than those now paid, would pay the interest on the cost of such water works. It would be money well spent to offer a prize for the best plan eon ! tributed for furnishing our city with j water, and further to make surveys to the J Missouri river, and perhaps to * Lump ' gulch or the Blackloot, which some think j could be brought over in a huge siphon, j j j ! ; ! i ; ; \ ; ! i i | 1 ; The rate at which the Court House walls are going up under f the pushing ing superintendence of contractor Palmer assures us that we shall have something to be proud of and to use before the season ends. The large collection of huge sand stone blocks in the vicinity of the Court House is fast disappearing, and under skill)ul manipulation assuming forms of beauty, aud as such is passing into a harmo nious alliance with the granite ashlars in the rising walls. 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