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tobally lost about $1000,000 in wagres.
The rm's loss hi could not estimate, hey forteited a Rood many contracts, but no ease were held for damages. iH D. Oamble of the iUnted Ftates oiroqit court, itted th inti hillnopinion extrardinary means are regqte 0 Isuch affairs As lome stead. The lav al inefficient, and the sheriff, by reason of having no money, is almost powerless. The committee ad ourned until tomorrow. K. of L. Assembty Adjourns. BT. Lo.m, Nov. 28.-The general assembly R. of L. adjourned sine die this afternoon. The chief feature of the day's proceedings was the refusal to favor th6 establishment of a militia system and to advocate an or. ahisation under which men could elect eir own officers and be authorized to hold their own guns. A resolution onesed in fa vor of restricting immigration to such per sons as have money enough to support them selves a year. A resolution was also adoplted favoring the passage of a law prohibiting any one from voting who cannot read his ballot, the provisions of such law to take effect one year after its passage. It was also recommended that there be the closest af iliation between all farmers and laboring men in sympathy with the Knights of Labor. The Waters Abating. kIEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 23.-Notwithstand ing the rain all day yesterday the rivers of Western Washington are getting back into their banks and the flood will probably be over within another twenty-four hours. Mountain streams fell as rapidly as they rose, but in the valleys the water is still spread out. Many farmers lost all their hay Orop and the hop fields are denuded of poles. The whole town of River Park, con sisting of about fifty houses of workingmen, is under water. The occupants saved but little. Railroad traffic is being resumed. TUTT's PILLS nure chills and fever. Grover Goes Gunning. PmLADELPITIA, Nov. 28.-President-Elect Cleveland's destination is discovered. He has gone to Broadwater island, near Er more, Vs., on Cape Charles. The island is maintained as a private hunting and fish ing oreserve by a club of leading l hiladel phians. Game is abundant, and Cleveland will have a chance to Indulge in his love for sport, and at the snme time escape the im portunities of office seekers. It should be In Every House. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharpsburg, Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumptions, Coughs and Colds; that it cured his wife, who was threatened with pneumonia after an attack of "Is grippe." when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooksport, Pa.. claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than anything he ever used for long t:ouble. Nothing like it, Try it. t Free trial bottles at H. if. Parchen & Co.'s 1 drug store. Large bottles. 50e. and $1. The special sales at The Bee Hive have proven silte a feature of their business and all that at tend them once call agen,. Only Two Nights and Fast Time to Chi cago. The Great Northern makeo several hours quicker time-Helena to St. Paul-than any other line; is the only line which makes the ran to Chicago in two nights, other lines using three and four nights. B. H. LANLEY., General Ticket Agent. NOTICE TO CREDITO1IS-L81ATE OF ('lark Nearing, decer sd. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministratorj of the estate of Clark Nearing, de ceased, to the creditors of. and all persons hav ing claims against the said dsceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice. to the said 'red Lehman. at his store on Main street. Helens, the same being the place for the transaction of the busmness of said estate of CIlar bearing, deceased, in the county of l.wis and Clarke. tl'r.) LA:IimAN s Administrator estate of (lark earing, deceased. Dated Helena, ont., Nov. 14. 168', KALISPELL. Kalispell is a young and growing city of over 2,000 inhabitants in which the til at 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 stonp passenger depot, which when completed, will be the finest on the line of this road west of St. Paul, is now under construct'on. Steamers plying on ta e waters of Flathead lake and river r, a h thh head of n:vigation at Kalis t ell. thus affordirg transportation fa'il ities lo the Noit ern Pacific rai'rad. ' h, ,x n tru,.tion of a n-w ra;lroad has blon rennimence l from the minini ceon ters o' t':, stats to t' e in men'ne o .li tfield in th Iro heor p:rt o(r lth' Fla' head vol (y, which pa' hirg .1 r uclh lal isp !l, will g.ve htr cr- e np and direct cmnmmnin.ation with Eutte. Ielena aid all point; sonth, and p r' a r( ady niar ket f, r pr (1d.1;1 of the valley, all of which, fron I:rr :oogralphi tl locntic n. will necessnrily ,opnler at V a isp Ii: whil', the rnatural adsl frrm th , m no' andl o .l fi-ids of ,o : .ourrundirg o n try', t I clheip and unl;:ntOld supply o' fiel, to.g ther with tih, n.reat w; ter p )w,.r at her very d,.cra. will make Kal it poll te sm,. lt ing, . 1e,:t r of ti,i port.on of ' o:t 'ite. It a: nlerily tiheo!s pp: y p:11 for th3: mmy of mi,,.r- and p oa ;pecorn mr erat ,, in 1l e North end oiuth forks and th i'o ,deivo'i ain imne reo on.., and ,ith h r throe etrun. na:tionall inks. l (ian ave no 110 rir;vl n9eti !onan i:d cen:er or tl.o whole 1laltherM reg ),. Aicord n.: to p1 i.li:he.l sla'i.tiis, o, city of her: .z,) ! n ihi UInited Siat"n'- 'a;in lto.;' if cso ',l a ia Ictoni of ,w. t r wor :s aind ,c, crhi lUght, TI'hn w'.'lten <ll pr .,. e ,.xo n ,,.i1 s o" ti! , hy' nra its-;a; SvIe y l r ict int,'l ' "i ,, anii d i ml tlsP with a. apa,1t( y el:uiil tI ttho.oof thf ]lutto system 'ii total ',,st of tie llant is uIi wardsi of .1':15.11 0 A )ri k bnrw'ory I a, Ju.t been com Sllted wi'i Ia c'np'ity n ' 0 I ba rrels 1 r w ,n t h . I a v i::. II . l' I t st. in , r ,x. i machinery, an I of er'at -t by men of l.n . st;t ndi,., : nd Iu ce'Is.3ful ,xperien e in t, oir line. Nru erous sub.t;ant;al bri, k bus. nis bloc.k hvoli been constrtw'tcl within thle ait: se.s'nm. ;ndi lmany fine Ir'o n e re- "Iiow 0m00oin1 ull through out, tihe town. Liberal ind.nielits mill be offered to a' uila tori: s. ilu:lioni is a lis of industries whii h wioull ind li ipd h ,.pll a most prombi ;g point at which, to l ,cat.': 1A0s : Ini d or flco oy, furniture fa1c torl , i ,:,tiry ".iorkai. tub, I u ck t anr1 tot h o'orv, uv;cr mill, st[rubl factor.-, THE MhKBETS. STOOCK Now You Nov. 9L.-Bar slther-U%. Coper r.rl; lake, I$1490 bid. I.led-Quioet domstio. c U1bid.e The etook market was strong early, partlo. larly for industrials, which advanoed 14 to 1 psi cent, distillers and cordage leading the upwar. movement. The close was dull, weak. Governments-Dull. Petroleumt-December 11%@53. Closing Gloeao Distille ... ..14 N. P. pref.......... 70%i U. I. 4a bVon... 1144 Nortlhwetern ...n.. 185 a. &.. Tex....... I t) N W pref.... .....141 L icdo s.......... 107% . . Central...... 11o1 Atchison......... 10% Oregon Imp. ... 19 American Fxp.... 12' Oregou Na ...... 70 Canada Pacific.... b9is Ogeu Shert Iline... .0 Canada Soulh..... 28 Pacific Mail...... 293" Central Pacifi.. in.... 2 Terminl..... .. Burlington .....1... 01. I. G. Western.... 10' Cotton Oil......... 48 11. 0. W. pref.... 60 Lackawanna ...... 11% R. W ots..... 7914 I). & It.. ........ 3 Hook Island....... Lci Distillers.......... 87 Lt. Paul........... 711 Illinois ('entral...102 St. P. & Omaha... 48% Kan & Tex....... 25 tnur .............101% La hore........ 13114 oas Pacific...... . 9% Lead Trunst....... 441 Union Pacific..... 1 4 L'ville & N.sh .... 7ish U. S. Exp......... 51'7 ioh.t Central.....107 argo lp........ 14 Missouri lacific.. 781t Western Union.... 88% north American... 124 lleotrcl .......... 112% Northern Pacifi.. 18!4 laeed.......... 99 hloney on call easy; closing offered at 4. Prime mercentile paper f 6e . Iterling ox chaSnge strong, sixty-day bills $4.858t4.114 do mend. $4.t7 )l 1.87on. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. CrceAno Nov. 2;:.-Cattle--Ree1ipts 15,000; strong; best natives. $5.005 .170; choice, $4.04 1.25; others, $3wOtf4.75, Texans. $2.115n3.00. Hogs--lrooipts, m8,000; strong, closed weaken rough and common, iS.45l a 5.;r packing and shiping, hl5.re745.0; primeheavy and butchers' nthee-t-Receipts, 7(00; closets wea: natives. 4.00045.101 westerns, $188.8.131.52; fcodoers, .600 4.40. CHIIICAGO PRODUCT! CecAsoO Nov. 23.-Closing-Wheat-Weak; cash, 710; December, 71',4e. (orn--lasier; cash, 4%e0: December. 411e0, Oats--Steady; cash, 0%~c; December. 3ioe. Hasrley--670. Pork-Easy; cash. l12.85: January $14.471,. Lard-Easy; cash, $9.60; January, $5.75. RIibs-Easy; cashe. 7.45; Januaryn. $7.474. Shoulders-$7.20' 7.25. Hhort Clear--.. 15(48 20. Orris Hmploymelt A eocy. 323 North Main Street. Telephoone 109 10 rockmen, $2,25 per day; free fare. 10 laborers, $2.00 per day; ifre fare. 3 teamsters, :135 per month; free fare. 5 men for extra gang; free fare. 4 men to load woo:l on cars, 25 woo.!ch ppcrs, $1.23 per cord. 25 ti-makers. 10 cents per tie, ti-inch tie. 2 uen fr t he woods, $3i. 2 dlining room girls; same place. Girls for housework. NOTI('C TO CREDITORS--IN THE D[s. n trtct court of the first judicial district of the rtate of Montana, in andi for tihe county of Lewis and (ltarke In tlhe matter tf the estate of Andrew Smunson, deceas d. Notmce' is hereby given by the unidersignedt. ad ministl ator tr the ,sttate of A ndrew rtunson. de ceased, to the creditors of, andl all persons hav ing claims against the rtid deceased, to elxhibit them with the necessary vouchers, wit .in four months after the first publication of this notice. to the said admiusostrator, at the law office of Massena Bullard. roosm t. s;old block, in tile city of Helena, it the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of .I ontna. the samne teing the place for the transaction of the business of said estatein saird county of Lewis and Clarke. M1ATiI0Ai ANDFeISON, Administrator of tihe estate of Andrew I runson, deceased. Pated Oct. 2,1. 16112. FO) IS ENT-)W-'iV:i;.1.NG,. FOR1 RENT--OOUtt ROOM FUIINIS.ItHD houso and three unfurnished rooms. 73:1 Ninth awenrm; $8 and $20. FOl ,SALE--REAL ESTA'I'E. Feo0 SALc--BHI(tK HOUSE NO. 11 WniOl) street. For particulars inquire lred Cole. ('osmopiolitan htel EOR HiALE:-ii iir~T i. 14i.:.D & CO).' Thompson block: largest s:10 and trade list in Hlelena The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest Is THE GREAT FLATHEAD COUNTRY. RBSOURCES. Ariculture, Mineral, Coal, Oil, LmUer, Stone, Limu, 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 KI.LISPELL, 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 a C. E. CON RtleD, . Manager of the Kalispell Townsite Co. itf the symptoms Hee o u loie discharges telln Int throat u li mas 1 vat'y, and faord, s. thik, faodeo., muoous, pur.len putrid and offensive eyes weak, ears, deaness offen. ,ive breathl taste maaired, and g.neral detbil l the troubles that Dome from rit-a pe o. and permanent cure, is Dr. Sage's Oatar Remedy. The worst cases yeld to ts mild, soothing cleansing and healing properties A recorl of twenty-flve years has ]ploe that to its proprietohrs-end they're tiln to prove it to you. They do it In this way If they cant oars your Catarrh, no matter how bad your case, or of how long standing, they y you 5'e00 in cash. Can you have hotter e proo of the healing power of a medicine Helena Employment Agency 24 EDWARDS STREET. Telephone o30. W. i. Cook. Proprletor. 100 Woodehopper.s, $13 a cord. 4 labforers, tea ly work, $2. -1 a day. 2 first-class waiter girls, same place, $25 each. u girls for country and one for city, ,80. I ant. to sell first-rclaes sadd.o horse. addle. bridle, three blankets and spurs, all for 60. 1 cook and I baker, $00 each, SITUATIONS WANTEDTB --FREMALA., Advertisement under thid head three times IRiliE. S11UATION WANTED-TO DO WASHING, house cleaning and sweeping: prices reason able. Addres or call. 1 S. 5enton avenue. SITUATI)ON WANTED-A COMPETENT eastern teacher wants sitnation as governess or housekeeper; bnst of references. Address Miss A. i. Mace, Helena, Mont. Il UATION WANTED--BY A MA DDLEI aged woman; would like to work away from home for a few hours each asy. Call at 335 Ew *ng street. for two weeks. SITUATION WANTIEI-Y A FIRST-CLASS cook. Addrois B. B. B.. Independent. ITUATION WANTED--LADY WISHES PO 'siion in doctor's or dentist's office; have had some sexperience. T'1 this ofice. SMEL' YWANTED-M ALE. ORANTED-SALESMAWN; A ('APABLE. D LXO porionced saslesman to take orders for wire soreens from owners of new buildings, in this anrd other cities. Our goods the besot and fac torios largest in the world. Goodl business open ing for rsiht man. Address with age, present cnd past business expnisunce, aed good refer eunces. E.. . burrowes A Co., Portland, Maine. 2Ol.: liENT-T-OOMS AND BOARD, Ri I Warren straeat corner Sixth asve. OR IRSENT--FURNI SHED R OOMS. FORt itENT-FURNISHED OFFICE AND bedroom in central location, cheap. Ad dress Box 3b2. O1 RENT--tOUR ROOMS COMPLETELY Sfurnished for honsekeepins. Apply 101 L'eattio street, corner biath avenue. OR llElNT-lFURNIStI[ED ROOMS $5 TO I 8. 516 EIigth avenue. F-OR PRNT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS - with all modern conveniences at 421 Ewing lOltI.iENT--TWO HANDSOME PARLORS Swith stesm heat in shas. Lehman's old residence. 110 Edwards street. StOR RENT--FURNISIHED ROOMS HY DAY. Sweek or month; steam heat. Holter block. 4OR IIENT'-COMFORtTAsLY FUIRNISHEDI I rooms at reans.nal rats. Harveoy bloc, tsrancsttrel. Next door iotel Helena. Il l Il i BACH, CORY & CO -RETAIL DEPARTMENT Anything and Everything Toothsome In the Line of Edibles can be Found In Our Retail Store. Wb have reoeived a direot importation of PLOWS & ROOK WOOD'S Russian Tea, Celebrated Chocolate Creams Nothing finer grown. GOORDON a DILWORTH'S a""EIr'IF I-TO1 TBE" MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE PRESERVES RECEIVED WEEKLY. CUSTICE BROS.' CANNED F RY'S ENGLISH BON BONS, Fruits and Vegetables, Mountain Club Extra Quality DIRECT IMPORTATION. Canned Vegetables. Importers of Havana Cigars, Fine Wines and Liquors and Table Waters. BACH, CORY & CO. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. FOhR ENT-NEW PIANO FOR BENT cheap. Address Piano, this oflioa mo RENT-HERBEERT B. REED & CO., 17 SNorth Main etret largest list of houses and rooms in Helena. LOST. LOST-PAIR GOLD BOWED SPECTACLES rn morocco case. Finder please leave at John R. Watson's store, Park avenue. FOUND. POUND--A ROSARY. OWNER CAN HAVE same by applying at Independent offce. proving property and paying cost of this adver tisement. MONEY TO .OA&N. B ONEY TO LOAN--HERlBEh B. REED a Co., Thompson block, opposite Grand Cen tral; $50 to $10,000 to loan. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY and farm property. Wm deLacy. leeadv. MONEY TO LO&AN--l. . ALMEGI. sEa adv,. Page & MISCELLANEOUS. bHO1tTHAND-PRIVATIE SCHOOL; MARY K. Jackman, Room 48 Bailey block. FOR SALE - CARPETS, ,MATTitESSES, blankets crockery, bed linen, ctc, etc., for sale cheap. Inquire of janitor of lailey block. FOR SALE-HEATING STOVES AND CAR pets. Call at 721 Spruce street. yANT'ED TO TRADE--QUITIES IN IM proved , elena properties for city lots or acreage adjoining Helena. liy valuations ars reasonableo. 'Call and see me. tranklin It. W.llsee, Denvor building. NOTICE OF TOCKHOLDERW ' MEETING Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the stookholdere of the Piegan bln o ug and hilling comany at the office ao maid company In room 201 of the ranite block, in the city of Helena, Lewis and Clarke countt, Montana, on Mon lay. the 26th day of December, 1882 at two o'clook . m. This meeting is palled for the purpose of sub mitting to the stonkholders for their oonaidera tiontheadviabilty of entering into a certain eontreot or ratifying a contract made by t he board of trutees rwith 'rederiok I. Lighaun and Rob ert J. Eilbeoc for the erection and operation ct a milling plant in connection with the property of the compan, to be need in milling the oree now in and upon the mines of this eompany, and for the porpose of creating a lien or charge upon the property of this compmy for the coor ity of the performance of said contract on the part of the company: and for the purpose of vresting an estate in said lrrederIck 1. Lingham and Robert J. Iilbeck, to enable them to fully carry out the terms and conditions of said con tract. 'I he particoular tracts and pieces of property to be charged with Faid lien, charge and cetate are described as foilows: The Piegan quartz lode mining claim, located by J. A. btemple on the 28th day of boptembor. 1876, situated on the south aide of Dry Fork, Pisgan gulch. in Stemple mining distrlct, lewis and Clarke county, Montana, certificate of loca tion of which said claim is recorded in book "E" of lode claims at Page 77. of the records of Lewis and Clarke county. Montana. Also the Piegan tpur quartz lode mining claim, dircovered and located Sept. 28, 1878, sit sated on the south of the Piegan quartz lode mining claim about one hundred (1tt) feet, in the Stemple mining district, I ewis and Clarke county. liontana: certificate of location of which said claim was dtnly recorded in book "IL" of lode locations at page 78, of the records of Lewis and Clarke county, Montena. And the same dis position is to be made of each and every parcel and piece of said property above described. as above proposed. By order rf the board of trustees. W. M. Ci. SETTLE5, C. A. CIAMPBIfLL. 0. (C. DALLAS. D. M. oUTION, A Majority of the Board of Trustees. Dated Helena. Mont. Nov. 5, 1892. WALTER MATRESOMI'S LIST. DWELLINGS ON INSTALLMENT PLAN. $1.000-reat new cottage on Davis street about ten minutes' walk from Blroadway; new barn, poultry house and nearly m anore of land; only l00 down, *2 per month; a decided bargain. $2,200-Handsome dwelling on Blake street with hall, five rooms, two closets, pantry, cellar bath room, city water in kitchen; $150 down, aln per month. $seU0o--Six room dwelling on Fifth avenue be tween Davis and Beatie streets, with two lots having a combined frontage of 100 fest; stable, terms $1 500 down: balance on three years time. $,250--New brick dwelling on 'Ihird street near Beattie, with hall, seven rooms, bath room, cellar, pantry. several closets, hot and cold water, fiuisbed in oak; good lot; $200 down, $2 per montlh. $3,7I -New brick dwelling on Highland streit two blocks from Broadway, eight rooms, bath room with extra good plumbing, hot and cold water, furnace; good lot, house trount north and has very fine view; $1500 down, *40 per mouth. $.J80--lsrodern seven-room house on Fifth avenue between teattie and Ilaleigh: bath. fur nace. gas and sower connection; good barn; 1500 down. f40 per month. Ten-room brick dwelling on South Ewing within three minutes' walk from court houes, with lot 42x100, at $4,250. FARGAINS IN LOIS. $950-Lot 4?xl0l0 on Fifth avenue: $300 down, balance in two years. $10eaeh for two lots,. each 50x140. near Mon. tana avenue In Flower Garden addition. $5,500 for 100 lots in Boyce addition, well lo cated. $4.500-Corner on Benton and Gilbert street, lt0xli0. $050-Good building lot in Easterly addition; $1001 down. l150-Lot in Broadwa!er addition on electric Lot on South Owing one block from court house, $900. HOlt1ES FOR RENT. From $0 per month up. $12-Nicely furnished front room on first floor at ill 'ifth avenue. WALTER MATHESON, 859 North Main street. THE FLATHEAD VALLEY. The Flathead valley, ten years ago an almost unknown region, the home of the savage and wild beast, to-day is the most productive section of the north. west, yielding per acre double the out. put of Kansas, Iowa or the Dakotas, and is the only section west of the Miss. issippi river which can rivel the o3le. b:a el Red River Valley of the North in tie superior quality of its cereals. It is the only agricultural section in the state o' Montana, where crops canbe raised without irrigation. Vegetables of all kinds are grown in abundance, while apples, plums, peaches, cherries, pears, and the small fruits such as strawber ries, blackberries, gooseble -rles, raspber ries are be'ng raised duccessfully. With a ready market for all products of t:e soil in the rich mineral di tricts to the east, west a d south, the farmers of the Flathead valley will soon be classed among the wealthiest and most influen 1 ailof this new countr '. Wheat averages thirty-five bushels prr acre, oats sixty bushels, barley forty bulshel , rye thirty bushels, potatoes 400 bush as, cabbi go ten tons per acre, rutabagas thir y tons per acre. The Flathead rivr, with its tribu taries---tl:e North, South and Middle forks--the Stillwater and Whitefish rivers, with their numerous branches, making a total of ocer t,0 I miles of lo; ging streams, a:l of which converge at Kalispell, flow through vast fores's of pine, tamarack, tir, larch and ceht:r. Under the recent law enacted by con gress these bo indless tracts of timber land can be purchased at $2.50 per acre. According to the state aud tor's report, of the 103,419.283 feet of Itimber cawed in the at Ite during the year 1891, 100, 0..000 was sawed in M ssoula county, thus demonstrating this portion of the state's sul remetay in the lumber in. dustry. In the northern portion o" the valley are hidden vast measures of a superior quality of coal towards which the rtil roanc are already building, and the de veltj ment of this resource alone w 11 ran .er this section the I'itt buag of the no:thwest. Adjoiing th.so iium.-nse, bodies of coal lie large tracts of' oil laitd, which g.ve promis. of equa lng the r-wh Seltoleum fields of 'Pennsylvania. Natural gat has also been discovered in this region. Undeilying a large portion of tie valley, a thirty-foot start um of the finest quit ty of fle clay is found, which offl re excep tional opport in'ties for Ihe manufao turo of pot .-\ry, and iaf, rds the Lrics maker a con\e..i n. and unli mia I sup tly for he 'skiln. c( imo i ntd pressed brck of a most super or quall y have b en wa lo f.om l.i s clay, andi nulmr ous handsome build, gs lhroug, out the va lay s.and ais monulunn a to Ihis in dus ry. M, ;tana's a iincral o. pu', whi ' n.w surpasses . it' of aty oa her a It . in .ho uni n, will be large-ly au get:o el by the developmion of he hidden rea ures in the mounta n rnges surrounding tie F a head valley. tic-It vt-ins of olll, silver, o lpper and heal, which hive already b.er disuov red, ire atrac itng the attention of the capi ails's whJ have invas'ed largely in moniing proper ties throughout this section, and ate rauidlh uushinst their develoumont.