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him, a mob of masked men overpowered
them, took the prisoner and hanged him.
Within a week one white man and four no
aroes have been murdered. The murderer.
his two sons and a daughter have paid the
penalty with their lives.
KNOWS HIS DUTY.
And Knowlar Will Perform It at All
Hazards.
MoxwoonanU, Ala., Nov. 5.-It becomes
more and more apparent that there may be
a serious club between the state and fed
eral authorities of Alabama Tuesday.
United States Marshal Walker has appointed
deputy marshals in many precincts. This
Gen. Shelley holds to be without authority
and advises the demoorats to arrest and
jail marshals who attempt to enter the poll.
Ing plaecs or place themselves within thirty
feet of the polls. A serious clash seems in
evitable, as the following letter from Sheriff
W. W. Thompson, of Macon coonty, to
United States Marshal Walker would Indi
cate:
Hon. W. S. Walker, United States Mar
shal. Sir: Yours dated Oct. 10, just at
hand. In reply will say that 1 have ap
pointed deputy sheriffs at each voting place
in the county, with positive written instruc
tions to arrest all violators of the election
laws and keep peace and order and I am
quite sure they will do their duty.
As to any threats being made, I have not
heard of them, and it they were made it
was by some bhlly who has not the coarage
to execute them. In case it should be at
tempted I will have men enough to resist
the pirty who tries it. The only bluffing
or intimidation 1 have heard of is be some
of your special deputies at Notasulgo. I
understand that they made their brags that
they would take charge of the election
there; that they would go inside the room
and inside the ropes if th y wanted to, and
wele going to. Now, if they attempt any
thing of the kind, I will certainly have
them arrested if I can deputize men
enough to do it.
So far as I can I am determined there
shall be no disturbance or foss on the day
of election, and I don't apprehend any,
only at Notasulgo, and I think it is all talk
and bluff, as 1 don't know that they have
said anything there, to my knowledge.
Respectfully,
(Signed.) W. W. 'Ino-rsoN, Sheriff,
P. r.-I intend to do my full duty as
sheriff as nearly as I know how and don't
intend to be bulldozed or bluffed off by any
one. There may be men enough to kill me,
but there are not enough to scare or bul
doze me in this country or in any other,
and you had better instruct your deputies
of their duties, if you have the right to
send any there, or rather not appoint them.
I don't object to your sending as many as
you want to, so far as I am concerned, but
they must not try to intimidate my depu
ties by threats, etc. Respectfully,
W. W. TuoaresoN, Shediff.
Marshal Walker, in reply, says he will in
sist upon the enforcement of his original
instractions to his deputies.
AMBUSHED BY APACHES.
Mexican Troops in Pursuit of the Kid and
His Renegades.
DEMING, N. M., Nov. 5.-A courier arrived
here last night from Las Palmas, Mexico.
He brought news of more Indian murders
and depredations by the Apache Kid and
his band of Apache renegades. In view of
the depredations in old Mexico, the Mexican
government sent a detail of the Fifth regi
ment numbering ifty men, from the city of
Chihuahua, ordered to the supposed hiding
place of the savages in the Sierre Madre
mountains. After harried marches the
troops reached the foot of the hills Tuesday
morning. 'they were riding along unsus
picious of danger when they were attacked
from ambush by the savages. Capt. D. V.
Doranteas and Lieut. Garcia, who were rid
ing in advance of the soldiers, were both
shot through the head and instantly killed.
When the troops recovered from their eur
prise battle was given the Indians, but after
short skirmishing, in which several soldiers
were wounded, the renegades made their ea
cape into the mountains. The troops tur
sued n shot distance, but fearing another
KALISPELL.
Kalispell is a young and growing city
of over 2.00 t inhabitants in which the
fia st building was erected in May. 1891.
It ie the geogr pical cen'er of the Flat
head tally, and adivisional pointon the
main !in of the Pacific extension of the
G:e t Northern railro;ad. Several miles
if ride track, a r und hous e, coal yards,
and a freight depot havo a'ready been
bui t and a handoone two story b.ick
and ton ttassenger depot, which wl en
com; let d ti l be tha finest on the line
of thid road west of St. Paul, is now
under ronstruct'oI. Steamers plying
on 1' ( wa. 're of Flathead lake and riv''r
ra h th load of n: v'gation at Kalim
t el, ti u, atfordirg transportation fa il
it rs o he Nt t ern 'acilit rat r, ad.
' h n trotion of a nw ra lroid has
bt: n ,"i inmin;e I from the mining cen
t'r,'o t ~ sntt to te it' m-nainet1l
fi Id in th - core hern part of th" Flat
head tt l '' h it ilt pa-'ing hrough Kal
tsp "1, will g ve It -r 'tie tip and direct
(r"in n 'ttati' n with Butte Helena and
a1 ; pint ; Fouttl, and ip I. a ready rnar
hot f! r prr duct ; of the valley, all of
wh:rt, bont her geographical lonath n.
will nrc-'oori:y center at Kaeimp It
whil' 1lt natural g ades from th' m n
and ilo ti fl kds of the vurroundiig ,on
ti-y, the cheap and unlitited supply o
fuel. together with tithe great w; tor
p i:: r at her very dt urn, will make Kal
ipr1 il tie tnr t ingirenir nro this portion
o° tio tot. It is already the supply.
prtint 'or thi tnmy of titeitro and 1'o
pet tr+ olerat ing in the North and
'tit't forks and the Kottetti min
in, ri.' nt , and 'itsi her t irrt'
itron i ni t itral bank;t. iho ,-;,n have no
r:tal as the i nantial center of the whole
1"l;,t! e 0 roton.
Ae -cotI n , to putli'hed statlitits, n;i
city it e it it th' United Stat', <tn
ho: t' n. t <v't'nt of w; t r works
ani 1 r ', ,. 'iIth. Thle sys~tern sear
pr a it', :"1, sit' il, Ii hydrants R
rve y t",',, n -rut : C isn, and lump;
tw~th i a iapr1 t-i e l to thosoe of the
Anat syme n 'I11o total cost, of the
-att I. it ItI warid of c1_5,61-0.
.1 bri ' itrwery I as just bitn corn
I lted wil a caipaiity of 1l0 t birri Is
per ni n` U, I aving lho hit-it, init r"
tittit-iniir.. intd operated by men of It n
ftio, in.t i n-d eut'cessfui experien c i
t, " r I'`nu erois substantial lrink
It it -s 'e :lo'ks have been construiit'i
Itb n the t sai uasOn, and tiany tine
it F it' n as tre now going up through
out the town.
Lit'ral inducements will be otfered
to a- t a tiorixis.
Fu le itg is a list of industries whit}i
-u ould find Kalispell a most promising
point at which to locate:
Sahti and toir facto:y, furniture fac
tri', pottory works, tub, I ucket ate
box ftactors. auer mill, starch factory.
ambush retreated. News of the disaster 'was
sent to the City of Mexico. and the govern
ment lesaed ordets for 1100 troops to pursue
the murderers.
The Pope's Health Poor.
LowooN, Nov. 5.-A dispatch from Rome
to the Pall Mall Gazette says the pope is
very ill. Clerical papers. the dispatch says,
makes every effort to conceal the fact. A
few days ago he was found motionless in his
room and this condition caused a panic in
the vatioan. Doctors were hastily sum
moned and sncceeded in restoring him to
sondoloneness. He is very feeble and faints
easily. He has been forbidden to do any
work.
THE MARKETS.
STOCKS.
New YoRn. Nov. .-Bar silver-81%.
Copper-Dull; lake. $11S6tt51t.75.
Lead-Dull; domestic, 332.titEl.9.
The stook market was smore active early than
expectel. Ppeculations developed a strong tone
for western railways. Industrials and low priced
shares. Chicago Uas was the special feature,
rising 2 per cent, to 98t, the highest ever at
tained. Peoria, Decatur & Evansville declined.
The close was strong, most of the stooke rally
ing.
tovernmeot --Steady.
Fetroleum-December 5116o.
tlosing Closing
U. S. iscoupon...ll4tl Lackawanna .....15
1'aoifC 0o........ 1071 istillers....... 65%
Atchison.......3ttt lHens & 1 ex....2,
Central t'arifis.h..t80, Lake ihore.... l33i
liurlingog~n..... iit-5 Lead 'l rutwt....47
ti. A t;...... 15 L'vilto A ash ...Jta
Northern Pacific.. l18. Mich. Central.. ..l10
N. 1'. pre!....... 111 Oregon imp1. .. "4
Northwestern.....15'g Owgn Oirrt i c. 21
North American... 154 Pullman ........198
N. Y. 0entral.....10!i Beading... ... :
Oregon No..... l 4 leroinal.......;t
Pacific Rail..... l 1.. 1*. IWestern.. 10
Ron sland ...... It. (i. W. ref.. ti
St. I' Attiunha... ? It. ii W. lets. .. 7
tIsxas Paciliu...101ti : t. Patti..... 81ff4
Cni~n taciti....4 tca t. N. Ext..... 56
Fnreo Lxp........145 Cotton 1ii......... 4n',
Western L nion.... tiG hugar...... .......110. g
American I xp....1n9k Electric .. ..115',
Canada Paetlic....i- Lineoed..... ...... 3s
Canada eouth..... 57'
Sloney on call easy: ealod offered at 3
I' e.lmo paper fladit&. Otorling exchange firot,
hansenrsisty-olay hills. 04.vs.0 tlcntnnd - v
CHlt.AGO .LIVL. bTCCK.
toirac', Nov. 5.-tattle - Veecipts 45000;
dull. c best natihe . $5.2505 00; others.
* 2t.,0.00; Texans, $2.75tti.;0 wa sterns, -i.'
ilogs-Ileceipte, 9,000; higher; rough and
comman. 1.5.l0ith5.25; packers and wire,),
y z-.ct, prime heavy and hutchers' weights,
Shoop- eceipte 2.00it; lower: natives, $3.60,0
4 .5; westerns, $t.00i4.30; fed ixansa. $3.90(4
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
( 1titucti Nov. h.-tlosing --Wheat-Steady;
cacti 700'c lecemhosr, 7t7jc.
Corn Easier; cash,-.ti'oc December. It1se.
Oste-citeady; cash, 304t'c; iDocomber, lilac.
Parley-- 6to.
Pork--Strong; cash, 911.9.24: tanunary. $13.321.
Lard-Strong; each, 00.55; January, $7.70.
Iih -Strong: cosi, 17.27',; Januaiy. $6..85.
Short Clear-S7 O95,18 00.
Offil IMlOyelll Alliacy.
323 North lamn Street. Telephiooe 100
WANTED-MALE HELP.
25 coal miners, $1.10 ner ton; steady work for a
year.
25 tie-makers, 10 cents pert ie.
l0ii wok ttnoppers, $1.25 per cord.
it teamsters.
25 railroa-l laborers. X2.25 per day.
10 non for rip-ral piig. free fate, $2 25 per day.
2 man cooks for city. a:'0 pee nioth.
PFi1tcil,i: tl1"i.t.
3 girls for general housework, $25 per month.
Girl for second work, $25 per month.
Woman cooks.
FOUND.
VOUNDA ROSRY. WNERI IAN HAVE
ame by applying at Independent office,
proving property and paying coot of this adver
ties ,unit.
t1 Nn- VLlt~iM AT MY S 101'. OWNER
can have same by calling at ity place and
paying for this advertimetntnc. Chas. May, 51
Park avenue.
The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest Is
THE GREAT FLATHEAD COUNTRY.
RESOURCES.
A~i llltllre Mineral, Col Oil LiMU r Stne Li e
Fire, Clay, 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
KXLI SPELL;
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 every 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 to the Great Flathead country.
FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO
+ C. E. CONR7A D +
Manager of the Kalispell Townsite Co.
duftne, languw
) fl and depresalg1
.IWII that yonl
ator iveri taerot'trfdomolnti p b
imco re blood, ta
it only wj¶t hat itwl deTeyga anteeta
egnwith ant:
it will doi t til ob ndstr our ail
dmotr \in te antd
%** * -, But you car
"just a good.
Vatoen p thorn l cnc a.
Pierce'g Golds.
Madicloa Discovery Invigorate, the liver,
purities and enriohe. the blood, axd rouses
every ortan into healthy action, It pra
vont ano cures all diseass acrllng fo
a torpid liver or from impure lood. Dy,
1 caoa, Indigestion, Blilousne Sorofulco.,
kmand Secal p Dlseaaa-.evan bonaomptiou
1r Lun-aserofula ), In it. earlier atages, all
yield to it,
The maker.s o the "Discovery " claim for
tonly what it will do. They guarantee that
itwil .it~ It itfalla tohbeneit or cure In
ane ase, they'li return the monsey Notho d
elethat claim to purify the blood is ac'11
in this way ; which proves, noc matter what
dealers may offer, that nothing else can he
"juWt an good."
HelIena Employment Agency
24 EDWARDS STREET.
Telephone 330. IV. It. Cook. P'roprietor.
'ZZA. TS.
tmeen with teams to take contraet.
100 Woodlrlupjere, $1.25 a cord,
I atrd men for rittr.
goiri for fatily oftr in city, w' lo
A f'lare fore lirst-class waiter girls.
A tonk and watter girl, sInje rlae., $75.
1icook, $110.
1 moan waiter for city, $10 a week.
hI'rt ATIONS WANTE-YD-ENlALE.
Advertiseoments antler tds head three time.
I'l K.
ITVATION WANTED-lY A tIRLAt 13
,Fa's old to help take care of children or
Avert in housework and go to echool. Address
W1 WeDt Main street.
ITUATlION WANTED-YAN EDYUCATEO )
Ameoricanu widow (stranger b rat would like
pouitidn lto tetpwr in widower's family, or
ty tutson no' ren al, yttre. i . t Irieton,
iFtrlice genealt dhlivery. olelans, Mont.
AIlNTE A GIL El)-- lW D.tENERMAltI
to l ow by the din. Addrest Skandinavien
'tuploymntea o:lu Ao.lden lick.
EllArlPN 1VANTEl -- NUIti-; LADY.
liotrt 8 elark andh cmawrence.
hANTED-AGELaNTS VATO INiMODCE B
AdvertiamelltO urUewr iis heoi (tree time,
t'oUATION WANTlED--rTWO) Y0OUNGi MEN
iatenditut roltege want plances at once, to
work for heard and room Atiddtross patotica
hawon Q, City. _ o
Vit(AlA ti N WANIED -ASl OFICt~E lBU Y;
can do typewriting; giue hor d references.
Lddrs 14u homnro bloek.
n'HUATlttNWv.N1'Fl)-00Yil YE RS OLD
would like to work itn pritate family for his
earl. ( all at Poston clothing sotre
1 ."1 Lt ' \. .1 N T II5) I'E %1 15.1;.
I 7ANTI' D - tiU~tJ COOK AND) DINING
room girl at the Colombia house, t'olum
iia Fallo. lioot.________________
UTANrT:D-A GlIRL TO lDt GENERAL
Vhouseowork; tenst understand cooking.
s11 at 411 Deuarborn avenue.
111.1.1' '45ANTEi) -StAi.E.
`.ANTEII-MISnvENGEII BOYS. IIELENA
District Telegraph company, 13 llroadway.
W, VANTED-AGENTS TO INTRIODUCE BY
e arnple our trw coupon system to mer
thacit and storekear~ers; liberal salary and 5ter
nanetrt l~Oeltrtn: raturience unneceesary. tin
innati irircount Cherk Co.. tincinnrati, t.
FOlt SAI~r--IOEAI. ESTATE.
E9'4ALENO]iTbIEAST('OllN~lt BROAID
way anti Beattie-t,0 fat on Broadway, 100
ret en leottile: 010 per foot en Brtoatway. In
turre 101 North AMain street or 31 Sooth laou,,.
E'OR SAI.E--ltE1il.1tbtt B. REED r'c CO..
'1tompoon block; largest eats arad tratle list
n }eleta,
IMPORTED CIGARS.
We flave a Large Stook of
FINE HAVANA GIGARS
in All Sizes, Which We Will
GLOSE OUT AT GOST
Were Purchased From First Hands and Are in Prime Condition.
BhCH, CORY & CO.
Montana made Edam Cheese, superior to the Imported, madE
at the celebrated White Face Dairy--well Seasoned. Stock noo
on hand. Give it a trial.
rORt REN'r-IL IRNISHIEDr ROOMS.
FOil{ itNT--FUltNISIHEDI ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping: furnace heat bath 426
Clarke street.
L ORt RENT-LAII;iE, ELEQANTLX FUR
nished room. 22 North Rodney.
&l 0 ItlNT-TWO NICELY F UINISHMIC
front rooms for rent reasonable 1145r N.
Itodney street..F
Ott CENT-TWO HANDSOME PARLORS
wivth teant beat in thas. Lehman'a old
resldenoc, 1101 Edwards street.
]~'Olt h1~TF Ult 1UUS COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping. Apply l01
lieattio street, corner Sixth avonue.
SO1lt Rt.NT-FU lNISHED RlOuMS BY cAY.
week or month: steam heat. Holter block.
L0lt iENT-COMCO'RTAIILY FURNISHED
I rooms at reasonst rates. Harvey block.
U~rand streeL. Next domr hotel Helena.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
TPo REtNT-HIIU3ERT B3. REEl) & CO., 17
North Maihktreetl largest list of houses and
rooms in Helenzet'
HOARD AND ROOKi O5EERlEDt.
L~RtENT-0 URNlSIIED L1OOMS WITHI
f lirat-class table board, 430 per month. 110
Edwards street.
jFUR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without board. Mice Finerty, 517 Broad
way. Wood's block.
IOlt 1ENT-ROOMS AND BOARD, lo1l
I` Warrom street, corner Sixth ave.
lOsT.
I ,ST-SILK UMhRELLA; SILVER HAN
die with name "U. A. : tokwell" engraved
thereon. Finder please return to this office.
LUST-WH P TAKEN PR-li BUGGY IN
tfront of Independent building. Please re
turn to this office.
FOR }SENT-DWELLINGS.
FOR IENT-FIVE 1OOM HOUSE WITH
piano. $35. 800 Harrison avenue.
MONEY 1it LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN-lEItBEIVlA 11. REED &
Co., Thompson block, oppos to Grand Cen
tral; $50 to $10,000 to loan.
14ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
ARand farm property. Wm de Lacy. Eeeadv.
ONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARM
ant city property at reasonable rates of
in cet iol A Clements.
MONEY TO LOAN-£L A. 'ALMER. aEIC
adv,. page 4.
31 ISCELLANEOtT,
WILT PLACI. YOU IN PERMANENT
probtabse office business; experience
unnecessary. Address Lucrative, postottico box
472, Ilutte C'ity, Mont.
Oi SALE - CARPETS, MATTiRESSES,
Fa blankets, crockery. bad linen, etc etc., for
sate cheap. Inquire of janitor of l'aisoy block.
FOR SALE-PRESH MILUH COWS FOR
sat. Inquire at McDonald hause. 613
North Main street.
FOL1 SALE-- HEATING STOVES AND CAR
pets. Call at 721 Spruce street.
HWANTED-M11. E, C. LYONS & DAUGH
ter have opened a boarding hoine on the
corner of Grand and Jactson streets, oppoeste
The Ileioca hotel; board by tb' day or week.
The table will be furnished with the beat the
market aftosd .
AN'TlCD TO TRADE--tQUITItS IN iM
proved Helena properties for city lots or
acreage adjoinin g Helena. My valuationss are
ceasonable t'atl and feo me. tranklin it.
Wallace. Denver bnitdinr..
F Ott tALE--SCHOLAtlSHIP IN THE HEu
mea Business College. Call at this ofies.
WALTER iMATHESON'S LIST.
DWELLINGS ON INSTALLMENT PLAN.
$1.250-Neat new cottage on Davi street about
ten minutes' walk from Broadway: new barn.
poultry house and nearly an aore of land: only
5100 down $25 per month: a decided bargain.
$2,200-ilandeoinc dwelling on Blake street,
with ball, live rooms, two closets, pantry. cellar,
bath room, oity water in kitchen; $150 down, $83
per month.
$3,250-New brick dwelling of Third street
near Peattie, with hall, seven rooms, bath room
cellar, pantry, several closets, hot and cold
water, fonished in oak; good lot; $200 down, $25
p-cr month.
$3,751-New brick dwelling on Highland street
two blocks from Broadway, eight rooms, bath
room with extra good plumbing, lhnt and cold
water, furnace; good lot, house tronts north and
lias very tin view; $500 down, $40 par month,
$8.810U-Modern seven-room hoses on lFifth
avenue between Heattie and Rtaleigh; bath, far
dnfe. gao and sewer connection; good barn; $500
doiwn, 040 1cr mionlI I.
Ten-room brick dwelling on South l wing
within three maintes' walk from court house,
with lot 42x100, at $4,250.
l3ARGAINS IN LOTS.
$9'0-Lot 42x100 on Fifth avenue: $500 down,
balence In two yeare.
$i00eath for two lute. each 50x140, near Mon
tana avenue in Flower Gardon addition.
5c.!co for 100 lots in Boyce addition, well lo
cated.
$4,500-Corner on Benton and Gilbert street.
$050-Good building lot in Easterly addition;
$100 down.
5350-Lot in Broadwaser addition on electric
line.
Lot on Saouth 1.wing one block from court
house, *1,200.
FOR RENT.
$0 to 38-Several houses in a ox addition.
p10t--For:r-rnoom hoateeo:: Broadway near Cbao
cerr; $10-brick hiouse wilth bath. Noe. 11000 Fifth
avenue; $15-s-ven-room house on leosta ave
nne, near Benton; $211-tive-room house on
highth avenue, near hoodne;; several turnished
houses at from $20 to $3;0 fLur-room bitck fur
ailhod house, cornea Pavis amid Fifth avenue.
35a North Main street.
THE FLATHEAD VALLEY.
The Flathead valley, ten years ago an
almost unknown region, Ih3 home of the
savage and wild beast, ta-day is the
most productiee section of the north.
west, yielding per acre double the out.
put of Kansas, Iowa < r the Dakotas,
and is the only section west of the Miss.
issippi river which can rival tte csle
b a e 1 Red River Valley of the North in
t n buuperior quality of its cereals. It is
the o ly agricultural section in the state
o Montana, where crops can be r used
without irrigation. Vegetihles of all
kinds i re grown it abundance, while
apples, plums, peaches, cherries, peass,
and the small fruits suchit as strawl er
rieI, blackberries, gooseelo rtes, raspber
ries are beng itared successfully. With
a (andy markdt. for all products oft o
so 1 in the rich mineral di tricts to the
east, weat a d south, the fanmers of the
Flathead valley will soon be classed
among the weall hiest. id most intiien
tail of this new corni r . Wheat iv rages
thirty live bushels pr acre, oats sixty
bushels, barley lorry bti-h1l -, rye thirty
bushels, potatoes hiti buti , s, cabbt go
ten tons per acre, rutabaigas thir y tons
per acre.
The Flathead river, with its tribu
taries- ti a North, 'South and Middle
forks the Stillwater and Whitetish
rivers, with thl -i nume-ous branchet,
making a total of her i Ut miles of lo;
gtng streams, al of which converge st
Kalispell, flow through vast fores:s of
pine, taiiara'k, Iir. larch aiil relar.
Under the re-cent law enacted by con
gress those bo.uiidles tracts of timber
land can l:o purchs 'd at 82.$0l per acre.
According to the state and tors report,
of the 103:,48y,283 feet ot lumber cawed
in the it te durii'g the year 1-h1, 100,
0 )001 was raw1-d iin M asodla county,
thus demonstrating this portion of the
state's Hul riineacy in the lumbier in
diuetry.
In the nor her, portion of the valley
are hidiie.i ia-ut minusuris of a superior
quality of c- at toiard-l which the rail
roams are alre-dy building, and the he
veli monot of this resource alone w 11
rem er thiis onl mitihe Pitt bung of thue
no thwest. Adjunini ti se iimus i-i5I
bodies of c:al lie largo traicts ot pil laid,
which g Vi ii Onis' of wqunaig thie rihi
Ju.iIu :e'nii i( 14 of 'annmuylvanii.
Naturil ca hlis ilo been dcmveirel in
this uegioti.
(il -iu lying a large poli tl n of
the vall -y., a t hurt-y fo- stirt
ulli of the hinest u iil ty of ti a
clay is loatd. which I I. r+ excep
tionalt app< rt .n till for h~ tuft Infan
tui " 1,f put i i ry, sa ld iilf rilf e I w lrica -
mauker im-muse i n- ,mii unlin i e I sup
uiy hr hI k iili. il': llo i andt riveis l
br.ik of a most super or gtull. y have
b .ii iia to f;ont Iis clay, and nunl r
ous haniIson, build I-g hruugiiout hlie
ii lIy a-d as ontuuimon a toi tis in
dims ry.
l, niannaams iinlr i output i whi i now
snrpuslvi -H hli of iohi hi Fr s a .ini he
u ai it, wsil be largely iugimna e I by the
deo.-ipiuei of he hidden reasures its
the iioiinta n r. uges surrounding the
It'a haud valley. Ilicih (runs of cull,
Si ver, 0 -pper anih 1t i1, waioti hi 1-e
alrumly b oiu die -ov red, u-re ai rae i;g
the at entioi of itlo capi elise wb
have invoesed largely in muiniug proper
ties throughout this nee ion, and are
riuiully unchiinit heir deselounuiut.

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