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banker-and one bi-metallist, Allard. di
rector of the mint. In the absence of Beat
naert, the prime minister and minister of
finance, who ought to preside at the oon
ference, but who pleads a pressure of busi
ness in the chamber of deputies as an ex
cuse for not presiding, an American repre
sentatlve will probably preside.
THANKSGIVING DAY.
Preelamation Setting Apart Thursday,
Nov. 24, for Thanksgiving.
WAIHINTONS. Nov. 4.-The following
proolamation was issued this afternoon:
"The gifts of God to our people the vast
year have been so abundant and so special
that the spirit of devout thanksgiving
awaits not the call, but only the appoint
ment of the day when it may have common
expression. lie has stayed the pestilence
at our doors; he has given us more love for
free civil institutions, in the ceation of
which his directing providence was so con
spicuous; he has awakened deeper rever
ence for laws; he has widened our philan
thropy by a call to succor distress in other
lands; he has blessed our schools and is
bringing forward a patriotic and CGod-fear
ing generation to execute his areat and
benevolent designs for our country: he hna
given us great increase in material wealth
and wide diffusion of contentment and
comfort in the homes of our people; he has
given his grace to the sorrowing.
"Now, therefore. I, Benjamin Harrison,
president of the United -tates, do call upon
all our people to observe, as has been wont,
Thurs !ar, the twenty-fourth day of this
month of November, as a day of thankse
giving to God for his mercies, and sunpli
oation for his continued care and grace."
BANK CIL.ARINGS.
Business Done During the Past Week in
the Money Centers.
Nrw YonR, Nov. 4.-The following table,
compiled by lisadetreet's, shows the bank
clearings for the week ending Nov. 3, with
percentage of inerease or decrease compared
with the corresponding week of last year:
New York .......... .... .4 t15,000 Inc. 21.8
Chicago .. ..........i... 119,541.0(8) Inc. 25.5
Borton .............. ...Il..83, t.t0 Inc. 21.0
Philadelphia........... 8i,327.0 0 iec. 28.6
Ht. Lou . ............ 21.,410,000 Inc. 1.3
an Francisco......... 20,7i7,000 inc. 1).
baltimore. ............. 1.874.10) itnc. 13.2
Fitts rbor ............. 14,t95.000 Inc. 1).1
Cinciunati .............. .5,000 Inc. l.5
liKansas C('ity............ Il.571,tJ Inc. 10.3
New Orleans ........... 0,',Ot),0) lec. 20 5
Minneapoli........... ll.404,000 Inc. 17.7
Denve.r...... ..... ... 5,020o.00 Inc. 7i3
bt. Paul .............. ,10.,o000 No comp.
P'ortiand. Ore.......... 2.733,000 Inc. 13:.1
alt Lake ............ 2,7e1,000s Inc. 16.3
Neattle. .............. 1.12r,0 0 Inc. '3.8
Tacoma ............ 1,475.000 nc 4.1
lere Angeles........... a t2.,892 Dec. a33.3
]lelena ............... 721Lt, l0 No omp,
Stokane.............. 1,151.(00
(ireat Falls............ 37,1200
Ualveeton.............. 8,000.000 1Pee. 5.3
Total for the leading cities of tihe nited
states. Nov. 3, was 1.I2v6,1W.440, an increase of
20 per cent compared vit the eame week last
year.
Did Not Cut Rates.
OM4AHA Nov. 4. - General Passenger
Agent Lomax, of the Union Pacific, said
this morning that notwithstanding the
Union Pacific has been out of the associa
tion since Nov. 1. he proposed to be very
conservative regarding rates and would
maintain them as long as other roads ad
hered to the agreement. "The people an
ticipated I would cut rates," said Iomax,
'when we went out of the association, but
instead of this I have put in winter tourist
rates at a slight advance over last year.
This will be our poller throughont."
Affairs in Canada.
OTTAWA, Nov. 4.-Conferences between
Premier Davis, of British Columbia, and a
commit' c' of the privy council terminated
setisfnctorilh to the premier. The dispute
over the railway debt will be settled by leg
islation to be proposed by the federal gov
ernment next session, under which tiles
granted by the province and recently re
pudiated by the department of the interior
will! be declared validl from the beginning.
1,
KALISPELL.
Kalispell is a young and growing city
of over 2,0(0 inhabitants in which the
fisat building was erected in May, 1891.
It is the geograpical center of the Flat
head valley, and a divisional point on the
main line of the Pacific extension of the
Great Northern railroad. Several miles
of side track, a round hous e, coal yards,
and a freight depot have a'ready been
bui t, and a handsome two story brick
and ston' passenger depot, which when
completed, will be the finest on the line
of this road west of St. Paul, is now
under construct'or. Steamers plying
on t:o waters of Flathead lake and river
rta h the head of n:vigation at Klis
Iell. thu; affording transportation fa il
ities 'o the Nort ern l'aciic rai'r, ad.
'i h. c,n.trurtion of a new railro td has
b:, n i's mmoeneol from the mining cen
tors ," t'i slate to tl.e inmmense coal
fieid, in th, northiere pirt ,f the Flat -
head vsl ey, ihlth pa ;:ifi rough Ial
isp 11, will g;ve her ,"h,. p and direct
comnmunication with Butte. Helena and
all loints south, and op .n a ready mar
lht for pri ducts of the valley, all of
which, from her geograph ical location,
will necessarily center at a!lispell;
while the natural grades from tlh m nos
ndl rol fisltsl of t he surrounding ( oun
try, the cheap and unlimited supply of
fuel. together with the great. water
p waer at her very doors, will make Kal
jielll the smelting cen ter of th is portion
o`f tlh itate. It is already the supply
p sint for thl. army onf miners and pros
le, te r; olerat mg in the North aInd
South forks and the Kntitenai rnin
ina regio;ns, ansid ith her three,
strin_! natioral lbatks, sh clian have no
rival as the iinancial center of the whole
Flatlhead region.
Accord no to puhli.lhedc statistics, no
rity of her szo in the I n;tesd Slaters ran
hl.ts' oif so tine a oy.vt, of '. t r woriks
and s oclr . light. The sv.t ein 'coi.
jpr,, s .-vevn mih a of il! e. hydrants at
ver,:y itreet intirse,,' i-., nid pumps
w.th a capla 'ty eiual to thiioiof the
Buttei system 'lT'he total c,5st of the
plant is upwards of, 125'.,)I 0.
A brick brewery has just been com
pleted with a capacity of 1.00-) tarre!s
per month, having the ItvitL impro. 'I
machinery. and operrt,,d by non of Ih n,
standing and successful e'xperrisn .e in"
their line. Numerous substantial briu-k
bus noes blocks have been construcitesd
within the last season, rand many fine
res:d,-ntos are now going up through
out. the town.
Liberal inducements will be offered
to nraaufac.tories.
Followmg is a list of industries which
wouild find Kalispell a most promising
posit at t which to locate:
bSa amid door factory, furniture fac
tory. pottery works. tub, bucket and
box faotorv. gaper mill. starch factozy.
It has also been aerermlneo to aon. ue so
Davis' request to put the Paoife quaran
tine station at Albert Head in a state of
efficiency, equipping it with the latest mod
ern appliances and appoiqting a speeial
medical superintendent resident at the
spot.
Jealousy the Canoe.
LA Ponra, Ind., Nov. 4.-The dead body
of Mrs. Coon Gaa was found on the banks
of Clear Lake, near this city, this morning,
and the dead body of her husband at the
bomp of his parents at about the same time.
Usa stabbed his wife to death and then
took poison. Jealousy was the cause. They
bad been married four times and divorced
three times. Gaa's brother is serving a life
sentence for wife murder.
Illinois Naval Corps.
CHtcANo, Nov. 4.-Lieut. F. S. Bassett,
11. . N., has commenced recrulting here
for an Illinois naval reserve corps of 400
men, and has alteady secured 100 members.
THE MARKEIS.
BTOCKSB
Niw YORK, Nov. 4.-liar silver- 85"s.
Copper-Dull; lake, $11.t5Il11.75.
lead-Dull; domesatic. $&Be3U.t&5.
lTransactions were light ' he general market
moved within a range of shout L4 to LI per cent.
tncases ias and Distiillers were the only ap
)roaches to activity. Distillers were heavy
early, rallied. closed , lower. Gas wa strong
throughout at the highest point. the close was
dull, firm.
(, overullentsu--tQuiet.
Petroleum-December [email protected]
( losing ('losing
U. 0. is reg .......114' Northwestern .. 115%
U. S. 4s coupon... 114 N W prof.........142
. 8. 2s reg ....... 1(0 N. Y. t entral..... 110i
Pacific le.........107 Oregon imp..... t0
Atchison......... .. : Oregou Na ....... 74
Anerican xp.... 10 ttgo Short ine...
'anada acfie.... 8Oi. Pacific Mail....... .i4
'anada louth..... 57. Pullman .......... 109
Ventral I acifio.... t2 lIeading. ......... 58l
Ilnrlington........10 Terminal..... .... 8t
otton Oil......... 464 h. (i. Western.... PO
Lackawanna...... 153U 11. G. W. prof.... 69
1). & It. U ........ 51%4 . G W. lets..... ; 4
)istillers.......... 65 Ho RocokIsland....... 83'
Illinois ('entral...1021a t. Paul........... 804
lans & Tex....... 241 St. P. A Omaha... 52
lkte Shore........ 1334, Sugar...... l.......1100
Lead 'lrust....4... 47' ' exas Pacific .... 10ti
'ville & Dash .... 1914 iniunl'acific..... 4)
tich. Central.....109t U. H Exp. ........ 5n
iissouri Pacific.. 61Lk Fargo xp ........ 145
Sorth American... 124 Western Union.... 98i
Northern Pacific.. 18ta Electric ........... 115'
.P.pref.......... 50!i Linseed.... ...... 38.4
Money on call easy: closed offered at 5.
Prime yaper 5t4i. Sterling exchange tirm;
an oers' sixty-day bills, $4. b:E8: demand. $4.806.e
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
('Hlctao. Nov. 4.-Cattle-R-eceipts 11.000;
dlosed lower; extra natises. $5.30y15.l0: good to
:hoice. $4.2501.00; others. $2 85(~I.00; Texans,
(2.25#43.00Y w, sterns. $2.7i50x4.50; stookers, .p.00
Hogs--l-eceipts, 17,010; closed weak; rough
cnd common, $5.0Jr5.25,; packing and mixed,
.08. 5.45; prime heavy and butcherb' weights,
(5.501('4 5.70.
Sheep--leceipts. 5.000: choice strong, common
.ower: natives. $3.0(i5.00; fed lexans, $4.958
.25; no westerns.
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHl'ico. Nov. 4.-- (losing -Wheat-Easy;
ash.h 70e,; Decenmber. 719c.
Corn--lEnasier; cash, llS4c: December. 41io.
Oats--hasy; cash, 300i30tOc; December, 31.,
Harley--t3(r t4eo.
P'rk-Steady; cash. f11.75: May. $13.1714.
Lard--teady; cash, $8.27 s; January, $7.620.
Riba-Steady: cash, $7.30; January, $7.65.
Shoulders--$7.20(5c 7^.25.
BShort Clear--$i7.Os51.8 0,.
Orri Empl0ymlilntl Agenly.
123 2,,rtlh Mai,,, street. Telepua ne 100
WANTEDI)-MALE HELP.
5 coal minore, $1.10 per ton; steady work for a
year.
!5 tle-makors. 10 cents per tie.
.01 wooddtsoppers, $1.25 per cord.
i teamsters.
5 railro.l laborers. $2.25 per day.
m10 ion for ritl-rapyitgn free fare, $2 25 per day.
man cooka for city. .51I pee month.
L[E MIALE D1tlELn'.
3 girls for goner.l housework, $25 per month.
;irl for second work, h25 per mronth.
Woman cooks.
The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest Is
THE GREAT FLATHEAD COUNTRY.
RESOURCES.
Aricalture Milleral, Coal, Oil, Lumer, Stone, Lime,
Fire Glay, Natural Gas.
The area of the Flathead country is more than 100 miles square. The Flathead
valley is 25 by 50 miles, abounding in the finest agricultural land. In the heart of
the valley and on the main line of the Great Northern railroad is located
K~ALISPELL;
The largest town in the valley, surrounded on all sides by a rich farming country
which does not depend upon irrigation and produces a crop eve,', year. KALISPELL
is the geographical center of the valley, contiguous to cheap wood, coal, cheap
water power, lumber and millsites. The agricultural, mineral and coal lands are
equally distributed around Kalispell, the key tothe Great Flathead country.
FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO
SC. E. CON RTAD,
Manager of the Kalispell Townsite Co.
Worn- owl,
Ibuild then
entire systaem it renewed asd ainv ted
It mproves digestion, enric the loc,
dispels ahehs and usita, gives reshls
slp, and restores flesh and strength
a seething nervine, it allays and suhdus
hystria, spasms, and all the nervous sm
tomires omteonly attendant upon funo
Itand orgono distasi, It's the only guaro,
teedop, medicine for women. It does what is
proma l-or it asks nothing It gives saubduts
fc'tion, in every case, or the money paid for
it is refundtei. No other medicine for wo.
men is sold on such terms.
That's the way its makers prove their faith
in it. Contains no alcohol to inebriate; no
syrup or sugar to derange digestion; a legiti
mate mcrdicmcn not a beverage. Purely vego
table and ierfectly harmless in any oonQdi
tionu of the system.
Helena Employment Agency
24 EDWARDS STREET.
Telephone 330. AV. H. Cook, Proprietor.
A-ST..-UTS.
2 men with teams to take contract.
100 Woodehopplers., l.2 a courd,
No, ctc girl for one child,. $20.
Sgirl. tor work for her hlard and attend sohgol
I .n.rd men for city.
(irl for family of 3 in city, $23.
A jnitor for city.
A Ilaco for 6 first-clase waiter girls.
SITUATIONS iĀ„VANTED-FEMALE.
AdvertisememO under tidy head three times
FREE.
IlTUATION 'WANTED-BY A DREBES8AKEIR
" to sow by the day. Address Skandinavlon
employment othoe, Alden block.
SITUATION WANTED-- NURSBE LADY.
Room 8 Park and Lawrence.
SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE.
AdvertisemeOts eAnuo tlhi head three times
P RIE.
SITUATION WANTED--BOY 16 YEARS OLD
would like to work in private family for his
board. Call at Boston clothing store.
HELP WANTED IEMALE,
TATANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
V V housework: must understand cooking.
Call at 402 iDearborn avenue.
WANTELO-GIR U FOR GUSNERAL HOUSE
work. 127 East Sixth avenue.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
ANTED-MtSNENGEIt BOYS. HELENA
District Telegraph company, 15 Broadway,
FORe RENT-DOWELLINGO.
F"ORt HENT-FIVE ROOM HOUSE WITH
piano, $35. 906 Harrison avenue.
FOUND.
JUUND-A ROSAIlY. OWNER ('AN HAVE
same by applying at Independent oflce,
proving property and paying cost of this sdver
tisement.
FOUNDI-ALBUM AT MY SHOP. OWNER
can hae same by calling at my place and
paying for thin advertisement. Cha. May. 5t
Park avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY Tro LOAN-HEIRBEItT B. REED &
Co., lhompson block, opposite Grand Cen
tral; $50 to $10,000 to loan.
i ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
eA and farm property. Wm deLacy. Seeadv.
MONFdY TO LOAN ON IMPRIOVED FAItH
and city property at reasonable rates of
interest Steele & Clements.
MONEY TO LOAmp-i. * k'PALMERI . iEE
vad,, page S.
IMPORTED CIGARS.
We Have a Large Stock of
FINE HAVANA GIGARS
In all sizes, which we will
GLOSE OUT AT GOST
Were purchased from first hands and are in prime condition.
BT:CH, CORY & CO.
Chandler & Rudd Club House and Brandied Cheese
Just Received.
FOR RENT-FURNISH ED ROOML.
FOR KENT-TWO HANDSOME PARLORS I
with steam heat in I has. Lehman's old
residence, 110 Edwards street.
SOH REIlrT--FOUR ItOOM COMPLETELY
' urnished for housekeeping. Apply 801
Beattie street, corner Sixth avenue.
'"tOR RENT-FURNISHED ROLMS BY DAY,
week or month; steam heat. Holter block.
FOR RENT-TWO SINGLE ROOMS AND
one suite, well heated and lighted, bath.
Mrs. Graham, 118 Clarke street.
F'OR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
Srooms at reasonal rates. Harvey blota.
(Grand sareet. Next door Hotel Helena.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
O RENT-HERBERT B. REED & CO.. 17
I North Main street; largest list of houses and
rooms in Helens.
BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED,
OHR ENT-FURNISHED liOOMS WITH
first-class table board, 430 per month. 110
Edwards street.
IOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board. Miss Finerty, 51 Broad
way, Wood's block.
COltI RENT-ROOMS AND BOARD. 800
' Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
LOR SALE-NORTHEAST CORNER BROAD
way and Beattie-88 feet on Broadway, 100
feet on Beattie: 860 per foot on Broadway. In
quire 8361 North Main street or 84 South Davis.
L'OR SALE--HERBERT B. REED & CO.
Thompson block; largest sale and trade list
in Helena.
FOR SALE OR RENT-HOUSE; SEVEN
rooms; bath: good location on west side;
small cah payment and easy terms. For par
ticulars address P. O. Box 147.
MICOELLANEOUS.
$300 WILL PLACE YOU IN PERMANENT
profitable office business; experience
nneoessary. Address Lucrative. postoilioe box
472, Butte City, Mont.
FOR HALE - CARPETS, MATTRES-SES,
blankets, crockery, bed linen, etc, etc., for
sale cheap. Inquire o janitor of Eaiiey block.
OR, SALE--FRESH MILCH COWS FOR
ale. Inquire at McDonald ibause, 619
North Main street.
TOR SALE-HEATING STOVES AND CAR
- pets. Call at 721 Spruce street.
W TANTED-MRS. E, C. LYONS & DAUO1H
ter have opened a boarding house on the
corner of Grand and Jackson streets. opposite
The Helena hotel; board by the day or week.
The table will be furnishd with the beet the
market afford,.
'- ANTED TO TRADE-EQUITIES IN 1M
proved Helena properties for city lote or
acreage adjoining Helens. lMy valuations are
reasonable. Call and see me. branklin R.
Wallace. Denver building.
F"OR BALE--SCHOLARiHIP IN THE HEL
Sana Business CoUlege. Call at this ofoe.
OTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-PART
rership.- Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnorship heretofore existing between Win.
Weinstein Str., Wn. Weinstein, Jr.. and Samuel
Weinstein is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, the said Wm. Weinstein. Sr., and the said
Win. Weinstein, Jr.. retiring from saidfirm, and
that the said Samuel Weinstein and the under
signed Isidor W. instein have entered into a co
partnership under the firm name of Weinstein &
Co. for theprbrose of continuing the business
heretofore carried on by the said firm of Wm.
Weinstein & Co. The said firm of Weinstoin &
Co. isauthorized to collect. receive and receipt
for all debts and liabilities due to and will pay
all debts due from the said firm of
W1LLIAM W lrSTEIN & CO.
Dated Helena. Mont.. Nov. 2, 1892.
WM. WEINSTEIN. JR.,
SAMUEL WEINSTEIN,
IS1DOIt WEINSTEIN,
WM. WE1NSTPIN, SS.
WALTER MATHESON'S LIST.
DWRLLINGS ON INSTALLMENT PLAN.
$1.250-Neat new cottage on Davis street abunt
ten minutes' walk from Broadway: new barn,
poultry hotne and nearly an acre of land: only
$100 down, *25 per month: a decided bargain.
E$,200-Handsome dwelling on Blake ste.
with hall, tive rooms, two closets, pantry, collaro
bath room, city water in kitchen; $150 down, $25
per month.
58,250--New brick dwelling on 'Irhdln street
near Beattie, with hall, Seven rooms, bath room
rellar, pantry, several c osete, hot and cold
water, flslahed in oak; good lot; $'U00 down, $25
Rper month.
58,375 -New brick dwelling on Highland street
two blocks from Broadway, eight room4 bath
room with extra good plumbing, hot and cold
water, furnace; good lot. house tronts north and
has very tine view; $500 down, t40 per month.
S$,810-Modern seven-room house on Fifth
avenue between Heattie and Italeigh; bath, fur
nace, gas and sewer connection; good barn; 85M0
down. 040 per month.
Ten-room brick dwelling on South Ewing
within three minutes' walk from court house,
with lot 42x100, at 54,250.
BARGAINS IN LOIS.
950-Lot 42x100 on Fifth avenue; $300 down,
balance in two years.
$.00 each for two lots. each Oax140, near Mon
tana avenue in Flower Garden addition.
$5,500 for 100 lots in Boyee addition, well lo
cated.
$4.500-Corner on Benton and Gilbert street,
100l150.
$tl50-Good building lot in Easterly addition;
l1(H) down.
I3150-Lot in Broadwater addition on electric
line
Lot on South Ewing one block from court
house, $1.200.
FOt RENT.
$6 to $8-Several houses in ('ox addition,
.10-Fonr-room house on Broadway near Chau
cer; t16--brick house with bath. No. 1069 lFifth
avenue; $15-seven-room house on Peoeta ave
nue, near Benton: $20-five-room house on
Eighth avenue, near Ilodney; several furnished
houses at from $20 to $30: tour-room brick for
nishzd house, corner Davis and Fifth avenue.
$21. WALTERt M ATIIESON.
359 North Main street.
THE FLATHEAD VALLEY.
The Flathead va!ley, ten years ago an
almost unknown region, the home of the
savage anti wild beast, to-day is the
most productive section of the north.
west, yielding per acre double the out
put of Kansas, Iowa cr the Dakotas,
and is the only section west of the Miss.
issippi river which can rival the c3le
b:a ol Red River Valley of the North in
the superior quality of its cereals. It is
th oi ly agricultural section'in the state
o' Miontuna. where crops can be rfised
without irrigation. Vegetables of all
kinds rea grown it abundance, while
apples, plums, peaches, cherries, pears,
and the small fruits such as strawber
ries, blackberries, goosebe -ries, raspber
ries are be;ng raised successfully. With
a ready market for all products of the
soil in the rich mineral di tricts to the
east, west a- d south, the farmers of tha
Flathead valley will s)on be classed
among the wealthiest and most influen
1 ailof this new countr -. Wheat averages
thirty-five bushels per neare, oats sixty
bushels, barley forty bushele, rye thirty
bushels, potatoes 400 busheh-s, cabbege
ten tons per acre, rutabagas thirty tons
per acre.
The Flathead river, with its tribu.
taries--the North, South and Middle
forks --the Stillwater and Whitefish
rivers, with their nume -ous branches,
making a total of over t.0) miles of log
ging streams, all of which converge at
Kalispell, flow through vast forests of
pine, tamarack, fir, larch and cedar.
Under the recent law enacted by con
gress these boundless tracts of timber
land can be purchased at 82.50 per acre.
According to the state auditor's report,
of the 103,489,283 feet of lumber sawed
in the st rte during the year 1891, 100,
00,000t was sawed in M ssoula county,
thus demonstrating this portion of the
state's sul remacy in the lumber in
dustry.
In the northern portion of the valley
are hidden vast measures of a superior
quality of coal towards which the rail
roads are already building, and the de
velol ment of this resource alone will
render this section the Pittebuag of the
northwest. Adjoinining these immensa
bodies of coal lie large tracts of oil land,
which gveo plomisa of equaling the rich
petroleum fihld- of Pennsylvania.
Natural gat has also been discovered in
this region.
Underlying a large portion of
the valley, a thirty-foot start
um of the finest quality of fire
clay is found, which offers excep
tional opportunities for the manufac
ture of pottevry, and affords the brick
maker it convenia-n and unlimi el sup
ply for his kiln. Coommon and pressed
brick of a most superior quality have
b-en natdo from this clay, and numer
ous handsome buildings throughout the
valley stand as monuments to this in
dust ry.
Montana's mineral output, whI Ih now
surpasses I hat of any o her sa'e in the
nui, n, will be largely augmIen ed by the
development of the hidden treasures in
the mountain ranges surrounding the
Fla heI l valley. RiIch veins of goll,
silver, a ,pper and lead, which hitve
already bsen dis orv -rod, are attrae, ing
the attention of the capiailes a who
have invested largely in mining proper
lies throughout this section, andi are
rauidly iushini their develoutuena.

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