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mltt. on colanlal relics, Is gatherinu a
most valuable assortment of curios. Mrs. Ruter. as ohoirman of the committee on mineral collections, intends to confine her work to the gathering of specimens such as may be obtained from mines and prospects in which women are directly and person ally interested. The statistical work has been carefully and thoroughly accom plished. The art committee are energeti sally preparing such an exhibit of oil, china and water color work as will reflect great credit upon the natural abilities of the women artists in the country. "As an association we take great enoour agement from the progress already made along the development of our plans, and anticipate muoch pride and enjoyment in their suecessful completion. Capable and enterprising women are our leaders in the work, and the presence and hearty co-op erationof our state discotor, Mrs. J. E. Rickards, has been a continual inspiration." TALKING AN INFINITE DEAL. And Brother Paton Wanted ilm Shut Up-The Briggs Trial. Nsw Yoax, Nov. 28.-The members of the New York presbytery assembled this after noon for the purpose of trying the charges of heresy against Prof. Chas. A. Briggs. The charges are eight in number and touch mostly on his denial of the verbal inspira tion of the scriptures and the possibility of salvation aside from the saving grace of the scriptures. Dr. Briggs read his answer to the charges as amended. The respousswas a most exhaustive summing no of his de fense and took two hours for delivery. Among other things Dr. Briggs lays objec tion to the o-der and regularity of every proceeding in the presbytery in any action taken against him since the dismissal of the original charges in 1891. He said if the presbytery decide against him he will pro. ceed under protest and with reservation of all legal rights of securing such redress in higher courts as may seem necessary. Dr. Briggs dealt at great length with the irreg ula ity of the amendments to the original charges, objecting that tile nature of the original charges had been changed. When Dr. Briggs concluded Mr. Lamper, of the prosecuting committee, submitted an answer in which he attempted to show the falsity of the defendant's statement that the general nature of the charges was changed in the amended report. He also claimed the changes made were effected in the interest of conciseness and with the purpose of meeting objections raised by Briggs at the previous trial. Rev. George Alexander moved, in cousequence of Briges' objections, that the fourth and sevenith charges be stricken out. Dr. Sutton im mediately offered as an amendment that Briggs' objections were not well taken. He made an argument on this point, but was interrupted by Dr. John R. Paxton, who shouted. "Give us a decision and stop his talking." Lawyer McCook. of the prosecuting com mittee, restored quiet by proposing that consideration of the motion be iostponed until to-morrow, the committee in the meantime to consider the objection. Re cess until to-morrow was then taken. TUTT's PILLs cause no nausea or griping. K. of L. Headquarters. PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 28.--Secretar Hayes, of the Knights of Labor, says that the head quarters are to be removed from this city for the reason that the order is subject to such decisions as were recently rendered by Chief Justice Paxson, when he eanstituted himself justice of the peace in the Home stead ceases. The idea is to either get on the Canadian line at Niagara Falls. Ontario, or in the city of Washington. It is his in tention that the order will not be hampered in their effort to gather together all the in dustrial organizations of the country under one roof. Attend one of tiee popular sales at The Bee Hive and go home pleasod with one of their bar gains. their special sales are getting very pop ular, because they always do as they advertise. Ex-Preacher in tie Pen. WoosTEn, O., Nov. 28.--Wi. Wilson, son of Rev. T. S. Wilson, a Methodist minister, KALISPELL. Kalispeli is a young and growing city of over 2,0CO inhabitants in which the first building was erected in May, 1891. Sathe geograpical cen'er of the Flat sad valley, and a divisional point on the main lino of the Pacific extension of the Gre t.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 stone 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 the waters of Flathead lake and river r a h the head of nv:gation at Kalis lell, thus affording transportation facil it:es !o the Nortlern Pacific rai'rral. 'J h, ccn-tru-tion of a new railroad has been nommenred from the min;ng cen ters o" th slate to t1 e in mene eo:.l field; in th) northern pnrt of the Flat head val'ey, which pacsing I hr ugh Kal isp ll, will give h-r che ip and direct communication with Butte, Helena and all roints south, and op n a ready mar ket fir pr( drlts of the valley, all of which, from her geographical locati, n, will neress;ri'y center at Ka'isp.ll; wiril, the natural g ades from the m nos and coil fields of thle urrouniling oun try, the cheap and uilnlimited supply of full, together v;ith the great water p ',, r at her very doir,. will make Kiul ipoll tle smellt ing atnt er of this( portion j tihe (-tto. It s alrenady the supip!y p.,irI for th t army of minerrs and p,o' pe,'torr o: eriting in the North and bouth forks and th , Ko it:,ai main in., reýr'.~-;, and t it' I h r thre., strron nwtlioi at blilk. htt tr;n I.ave no ritvl as ithe !inanlihl neuter o. the wholt, ,Fltherld regoon. Accord In lo iullidkhed sta'i-ice, no rity o' ho. z it the ho United Stat-' can hots' of st tint at s;ystem of w:tt r works and lit et cir:e lighl. 'JTho ent-ltn (,on pr ,- +-en nish o& pile, hydrants at Fory rtreet intereetli n, and puInlpt w th' ia paiity equal to those of the 13u1eo system 'Ih1o total cost of the plan't is il.wards of $1250', 0. A bri -i. birwerv has jtust bhen com i-ltoed w:'h :t capacity of 1.0)I b'lrrls 1pi r mn .nit ,. Iaving the lat:;et itnl:rt , ,I nl,;,,hln.r. an .l ojeoratt-d by mien of i n( tt ni lilng d u t,'estsful experien o in t e.r lin,. Numit erous subistantial bri, k b,,s n-es blocki have been constructed w .!!in the I ati, -asnm, nd nimany tine it s']t n o are now go'n'. up through out tits i . Litintal indt: i m.iuets will be offered to au'actorits. Fo.loi ing is a list of industries which woultd find KIalispell a most promising p"i,:t at at which to lo-st. Stlsh indt daor facto y, furniture fac tory, pottery torihk, tub, bucket and LoLttotrv. cualer :mill. starch factors. liberally eduos.ed. tenderly reared, left here for Missouri in 1819. He soon married a daughter of Senator Clymer. Sinee then nothing has been beard from him, and he has been mourned as dead. Word .has just been received that he is in prison in Texas. convicted of horse-stealing. Since convio tion h.e confessed his identity. He says fur ther that he served in the confederate army during the war; was sent on a private mis sion to the north by Jefferson Davis. and after the death of his wife and children he joined the band of the notorious Younger brothers and also assoolated with the James brothers. He became remorseful, went to Texas and wayh ordained preacher in the Christian church. While in holy orders he borrowed a horse, sold it. and was con victel. If baby enjoys a sleigh ride be sure and buy it a Portland cutter at The Lee Hive. They are She safest and best. THE MARKETS. STOCKSI New Yous. Nov. 28.-liar Pilver-8514. Copper-Firm; lake, $11.90 bid. Iead-Quiet; domestic. $3.75 bid. The stock market was somewhat firmer. While A majority of the railways elosed prac tically unchanged, they showed more recupera tive power. Industrials were strong, especially sugar, distillers and load, which advanced 19( 3's. These closed firm. except sugar, which re acted to taturday's close. r vaasville S Terre Ilante advanced 5, to 148. reacted and closed at 147. teneral electric was strong. Ihe general market closed rather weak. Lt overnments-l.asier. Petroleum-C-lose 51. ( losing Closing 1'. S. 4s reg .......114 Northwestern..... 115k U. 4ecoupon... 114t N W prof......... 142 U. .' s rag .......100'4 N.Y. Central.....109W. Pacific Is. .......107 Oregon lmp....... 20 Atchicon... ...... 36 Oregon Nay....... 73 American lp.....O Olgna hort Line... 20 Canada Pacific.... H90 Pacific Mail....... 24 ('Canada toLttt .... 51t Pollman..........1t. Central 'aceiflo.... 20 Ileadin. .......... 517t Burinegton........ 29, 'Lerminal..... .... 85s Cotton Oil ..... 41fi b. in. Western .... Laceawana ...... 151a Il. . W. Irf.... 65 0. A LL. t,........ 52 ~.C It ( W . lets..... OU Distillers.......... 80 Hoos Island...... 79. Illinois tCentral ..l.i2k 1t. Pattio........ .. 'it Kn;. &'l te....... 24 St. i'. &Omaha... 40 Lake lhoru .......130 tiugar...... .......100'+ Lead I rust ..... 45's ' oas Pacific...... qt L'ville & ash .... 270k Cliosn -acific..... .77 Mich. Central.....107 U.1 . p ....... .. r57 Mtissouri Pacific.. 572k Fargo Lop........ 145 lorth American... 1c24 Western Union.... ce 7e Northern Pacific.. 17't Electric ...........lll. N. '. pref.......... 50s Linseed........... 39 Money on call firm; closing offered at 4W4. Irime mercantile paper 5110. ttsrling ex change irm; sixty-day bills $4.85!;: demand, $1.07k. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. (tconort. Nov. 28.-Cattle-Receipts. 19,500; closed weak, beet natives. $5,00(.5.60: good, $0.25 .4.t90; others. $email@example.com; stockore, 1.20r l ogs-leeeipts, 13.000; heavy, strong; liglt, lower; rough and common, $5.500a5.00; p ckers and shippers. $5.0l(9i5.5; butchers' and medium. $5.750 5.li0. hemeep--Rceipts, 11.C00; steady to lower: na tives, 3.800f5.li}, westerns. $4.2594.70; Texans, $4. 3s7e4.70. CHICAGO PIRODUCE, CHIciGo. Nov. 2.--(losing-Wheat - Firm; cash, 72c; DIecomner, k.k2 . C'orn-Stronger: cash. 42tio: December, 42k. Oats--.teady; cash, l1c; IDecember, 3l.e. Harley--i67c. Pork--Firm: cash, $13.30: January $14.95. Lard-Firm; cash, 18.25; Jtnuarry, $97y,. Ihibs--irm: cash, $7.50; Janouary. $7.75. Orris EmIlOymnit AI A ncy 323 Nortih Alaln Street. Telephone 109 10 rockmten, $.,25 per day; free fare. 10 labhiere, 12.010 per day; free fare. 3 teamsters, $:15 pecr month; flee tar. 4 null f.r extrai gang;: free fare. 4 meno to load woo.l on cars. 2:t woo Icit,.l,oer.s. $1.22 oer ccrd. 25 tie-makers. II co nt, per tie, Ii-inch tie. 2 nrio fir the woods. $:ti. 2 iIning. rotiin girl: sanme place. (liris for housework. The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest Is THE GREAT FLATHEAD COUNTRY. RBSOURCES. Agrcinltlro ileral, Coal, Oil, Lumber, 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 IKRLISPELL, 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 I . C. E. CO RA:D, . ch o- Manager of the Kalispell Townsite Co. by dealers Who 4"out" Prio ". goods. For reason and to p toot the pu , the grmeningltt - oiues of Dr. MYV t vorite, are ott. Pleasant Pellets, 5 cents a the following longl~tablished prlos: ' Golden Medical Discovery, lose: per bet. tie Favorite Prescription, (1.O per bottle. Pleasant Pellets, 2i cents per vial. The genuine medicines, which can be had only at these prices, are the cheapest you can use, for they're guaranteed. It's " value re coived or no pay." In every case where Dr. Piorce's medicines fail to give satisfaction, the makers will return the money. But, they want to be sure that you get their medi cines and not their bottles refilled or tam pered with, or spurious imitations. Refuse everything offered as Dr. Pierce's mnedicines at less than the above prios. They are generally spurious. Helena Employment Agency 24 EDWARDS STREET. Telephone 110. W. I. Cook, Propreteor. 3T=T2T.1IS: 100 Woodchoppers, $1.25 a cord. 4 laborers. ,tea ly work, $2.25 a day. , wood-choppers for mpiire, everything fnr nishiwd. 2 flrst-class waiter girls for Great Falls, fare paid Wanutsto sell restaurant and fixtures. in or out of town; terms reasonable. 1 tirrt.olasm pastry cook. $75. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. , Advertisements under tids head three time FRFE. O.TUATION WANTED-A PLACE TO Ali ' gist for board while taking music lessons. Addless Miss C. S., this office. IrITUATION WANTED--TO DO WORK BY the day or hour. Address 861t Water street. n basemont. l.iUA'TION WANTED--BY COMPETENT girl in orivate family. Address L. A., this office. i1UATION WANTED-TO DO WASHING. house cloaning and sweeping: prices reason able. Address or call, 17 S. Benton avenue. QI'IUATION WANTED-A COMPETENT eastern teacher wants situation as governess or housekeeper; best of references. Address Miss A. 1'. hMace, Hlelena, Mont. SITUATIONS WVANTED-MALE. Advertisements nnoer thi head three times WTANTlD--A ulTUATION 'TO DRIVE DE livery wagon. Address J. W. H., care Independent. SITUAI'ION WANTED-BY MAN AS NURSE or attndant with an invalid: first-class ref erences. '. 11. Taylor. 1511 Walnut street. FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE. FOR SAL--BRICiK HOUSE NO. 11 WtOOD street. For particulars inquire lred Cole. Cosmopolitan hotel. OLOl SALE-- tEIIBERT B REED & CO, Thompson block: largest sale and trade list in Helena lONE Y T'O LOAN. SONEY 'T'O LOAN--HEItIEhT B. REED A& Co., I hompson block, opposite Grand Cen tral: $50 to $10,000 to loan. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY and farm property. Wm de Lacy. Feeadv. MONEY TO LOAN-H . . FALMEII. Si EE iiadv,, page i. FOL(t IN T-l)W:I.I.I NGS. It RENT-FOUCR 100OM FURNISHED house and three unfernished r.oms. 783 Ninth avenue; $8 and ,20. 1O.1R .T'l--TW(O WARM IIHOUSES WITH Jj all modern improvements; rent moderate. Inquire room 18 Homer block. BIECH, GCORY & . CO. RETAIL DEPARTMENT Anything and Everything Toothsome In the Line of Edibles can bep Found in Our Retail Store. We have reoeived a direct importation of PLOWS & ROCKWOOD'S Russian Tea, Celebrated Chocolate Creams Nothing finer grown. GORDON & DILWORTH'S "CWIITH IIOE" PRESERVE MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEESERVES RECEIVED WEEKLY. CUSTICE BROS.' CANNED Fruits and Vegetables. FRY'S ENGLISH BON BONS, Mountain Club Extra Quality DIRECT IMPORTATION. Canned Vegetables. Importers of Havana Cigars, Fine Wines and Liquors and Table Waters. BACH, CORY & CO. BOARD AN!D CIOS OFFERED,). ýFOR RENI-PLEASANT FURNISIHED rooms with board for four gentlemen, in private family. Address N. car Independent. Tult IENT--ROOMS AND BOARDi. l F Warren street,. corner Sixth ave. 1FOR IRENT-FURNIMIt ED ROOMS. F7OR RENT-LARGE FURNISHIIED FRONT Sroom with furnace heat. No. 9lSonth lod ney street. FOR RENT-TWO HANDSOME PARLORS with steam heat in thes. Lehman's old residence, 110 Edwards street. OIOR RENT--FURNISHED ROUMS BY DAY. I' week or month: steam heat. Holter block. FOR RENT-COMFORTABLY FURNISHED rooms at reesonal rates. Harvey block. brand streel. Next door Hotel Helena. FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS. TO RENT-HERBERT B. REED & CO.. 17 North Main street; largest list of hounse and rooms in Helena. FOUND. L'OUND-A ROSARY. OWNER (AN HAVE Scame by applying at independent office, proving property and paying cost of this adner tisement. TOCKHtt)LDERS' MEETING--THE AN Snual meeting of the stockholders of the Weser Mining company will be helr at the office of t. k.odges, in Masonic temple, Helena. Mon tana, on Monday. November 28, 1892. at two o'clock p m., for the purpose of electing trus tees for the ensuing year. t LENIIi" ,ItATNOBE3, President. DAVID MAIIKI. ecretary. 'the above mooting has Leon ro3tponed until Saturday, Dee. 10, i9-'. MISCELLANEOIUR. FOR BALE-- WOOD HEATER AT 1033 I' Lreckenridge street. IHORTHAND-PRIVATE SCHOOL; MARY F. Jackman, Room 48 Bailey block. MADAME DELGARDA, THE EGYPTIAN fortune teller, has returned for a short time only. 19 E. Statestreet. Consultation, $2. E\ORi SALE - CARPETS MATTRESSES. blankets, crockery, bed linen, etc, eta., for sale cheap. Inquire of janitor of Bailey block. -iOR HALE--SCIIOLARB HIP IN THE MON tana Business College Call at this ofioie. ANTED TO TRADE--EQUITISB IN IM roved Helena properties for city Iota or acreage adjoining Helena. My valuations are reasonable. Call and see me. t ranklin II. Wallace, Denver building. STOCKIIOLDERB ' MEETING.-NOTICE IS hereby given that a meeting of the stock holders of the Helena Water t~rwer company will be held at the law office of Ashburn K. tar hour. in the lltasonic temple, in the city of Hel ena, Montana. on Wednesday, December 7. 1992, at foltR o'clock p. m. of said day, for the pur po'e of electing a board of trustees of said com pany, and to transact such oth r business as may e presented to said meeting. J. H. LAW RNCE, President. Helena, Montana, Nov. 27. 1892. NOTICE TO CREDITORS-ESTATE OF ministratori of the estate of Clark Nearing, de. ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publicationa of this notice, to the said Fred Lehman. at his store on Main street. tlHlena, the same being the place for the transaction of the businesm of said estate of Claro Nearing, deceased, in the county of Lewis and Clarke I~iHtD LEHMAN Administrator estate of Clark Nearing, deceased. Dated Helena, Mont., Nov. 14. 1.92. WALTER MIATHESON'S LIST. DWELLINGS ON INSTALLMENT PLAN. $1.000-Neat new cottage on Davis street about ten minutes' walk from Broadway: new barn. poultry house and nearly an acre of land; only 00 down, $25 uer month: a decided bargain. $2,205: ov-bdsome dwelling on Blake street with hall, neo rooms, two closets, pantry, collar, bath room, city water in kitchen; $150 down, I$2 per month. pr mnh--tix room dwelling on Fifth avennue be. tween eavis and Beattie streets, with two lots having a combined frontage of 100 fart; stable, terms $1 100 down: Lalance on three years time. $e,Z50l-New brick dwelling on 'third street near Beattie, with hall. seven rooms, bath room cellar, panthy,, .eoral olosets, hot and cold water, finished in oak; good lo4 $200 down, $25 per montLh. $9,75 l -New brick dwelling on Highland street two blocks from Broadway, eight rooms, bath room with extra good plumbing, hot end cold water. furnace; good lot, house Ironts north and has very fine view: $500 down, $40 par month. $.e10- Modern seven-room house on Fifth avenue between Heattie and lIaleigh; bath, fur nace, gas and sower connection; good barn; 6500 down, *40 per month, Tlen-room brick dwelling on Sooth Fwing within three minutes' walk from court house, with lot 42xl00, at $4,250. FARGAINS IN LOIS. $701-Lot 42x100 on Fifth avenue; $300 down, balance in two yerars. $:9.0 earhl for two lots. each 50x140. near Mon tana avenue in Flower Gardon addition. $,00UO for 100 lots in Boyse addition, welllo cated. $4,500--Corner on IBenton and Gilbert street, 100xl.0. $050-Good bnilding lot in Easterly addition; 100 down. $10--Lot in Iroadwater addition on electric line. Lot on Sonth I wing one block from court house, $010. IIOUSE8 FORl ENT. From $0 per month up,. $12-Nicely furnished front room on firot floour at 711 Fifth avenue. WALTEI'R MATIIESON. 151 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 1-roductive 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 tohe cloe b:a oi lied River Villey of the North in t to superior quality of its cereals. It is the only agricultural section in the state o' 01ontana, where crops can be r tised without irrigation. Vegetables of all kinds ire grown it abundance, while apples, plums, peaches, cherries, pears, and the small fruits such as strawber ries, blackberries, goosebe rtices, raspber ries are being raised successfully. With a ready market for all products of ti e soil in the rich mineral di tricts to the east, west a d south, the farmers of tho Flathead valley will s-ion be classed among the wealthiest and most intluen 1 ail of this new count r r. Wheat averages thirty-five bushels per acre, oats sixty bushels, barley forty busheli, rye thirty bushels, potatoes 400 bush a, canbbi go ten tons per acre, rutabagas thir y tons per acre. The Flathead river, with its tribu taries--tae North, South and Midd:e forks--the Stillwater and Whit~-fish rivers, with th 'ir nume -ous br auche , making a total of over t0) miles of loz ging streams, all of which converge at Kalispell, flow through vast forest a of pine, tamarack, fir, larch and ce._sr. Under the recent law enacted by con gress these bomudlese tracts of timber land can l-e purchased at $2.50 per acre. According to the state aud tor's report, of the 103,:l8,2s3 feet of lumber cawed in the at Ite during the year 1891, 100,. 0.0000 was sawed in M ssoula county, thus demonstrating this portion of the state's sul retnacy in the lumber in dustry. In the nor' hera portion of the valley are hidden vast mneasrllles of a superior quality of c-al lo 'ards winch the rail roacs ate alret:dy budding, and the de velol ment of this resource alone w 11 ren,.er this sectio ;hie I'itt-bunag of the northwest. Adjoining tIh so inimonsa bodies of coal lie large tracts of oil lanud, which g ve ptomtis of equa'ing the rich cetioleum lield- of Pennsylvania. Natural gam has also been discovered in this region. L ndlilhing a large porti n of tie vally, a thirty-foot stirt utu of the finest quial ty of fl e clay is fouind, which olfi rn. exceip tional opportin:ties for the ma'iufac tur of po;t ry. ands tilT , rds the i:rick maker i comne i n. and unlimi o I tup ilty for I s kiln. t'ontumo aRnll I roised bra k of Ita lost supter or quail y have b on n.a le from this clay, aodl ituimr ous handsome bi:ildii g.4 througl:o:ot the va Icy s and as monllnlmen a to th a in due ry. Mi ntann's minernl output, whihli now stIrpassiBs thIa of an o her a It in she un:i itn, will be largely aug non el by the de:elopmnent of hle hitiden reasures in the mionta n rtnges surrounding the F a head valley. iRichl veins of eold, silver, a pper an ti leaI, which hive already b eni di 'ov roed. tre at trio itg the atention of tl-e capi alils a wh have invesced largely iii mining propor ti-s throughout- this sec ion, andu a-e rauidlyv ouhin." ths, i.- .e',m o nt.