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ýwa B RI Anything and ota We have received a dire Russian be Nothing finer ble MOHA AND JA C RECEIVED W FRY'S ENGLISH DIRECT IMPOF ent Importers of Havana OPREEVE S BOARD AND 000% ()FPERED). e. jfORT RENT--FURNISHED ROOM, WITH or without board; furnace beat and bath. S25 South Hodney street. d- T1O. R ENT-ROOMS AND BOARD, 200 ' Warrea street, corner Sixth ave. NT FOR RENT-MINCELLANEOUS. id d FOR RENT-THEI REGINALD. CONTAIN " ing 44 rooms, adapted for offices or fur nished rooms: I situated in the business center; urn steam heat, baths, etc.; bebt fittei and lighted house in butte; water and heat furnished by owner; is now rompleted and will be rented to respins;ble party. Address J. k. Kelly. Butte, s Mont. TO RENT-HERBERT B. REED & CO.. 17 North Main street; largest list of houses and DD rooms in Helena. of IFO. LEN'I'--I I. Ii,1N ta,. E OoR RENT--TWO BRICK HOUSES. NOS. tal 1045 and 1047 Warren street; all modern conveniences. Apply F. M. Shaw, care of H. Nicholson & Co. FOR RENT-$25; SIX ROOM ROUBSI. NO. 820 Eighth avenue. Thos. E. Goodwin, TO room 316. Granite block. ix MONE Y TO' LOAN. BY ONEY 'tO LOAN--HERBEiiT B. REED & CoB , Thompson block, opposite Grand Cen er- Oral; 50 to 10.000 to loan. - ONE TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY and farm property. Wm deLaoy. Feeadv. ONEY TO LOAN-11. I. kAL.ME. SEh adv.. page . JO. IOUNt,. list UUND-A ROSAIRY. OWNER CAN HAVE - came by applying at Independent office. proving property and paying cost of this adver tisement. EUD "LOUND - A PAIL; OF SOECTAC(LES. ek. I ( Owner can have the snme by applying at this office and paying for this ad. eobe ihad now. I have always been a tree tra but I begin to tblnk.l.d rt eat m others are beginning to think that should have reciprocity."___ A River of tan. A curious phenomenon occurs in "Do y all est Africa," where runs a small wt rder, course which the chemistry of nature r turned into n stream of real ink. The 1 thof mation is obtained by the union of me a small rivulets. of whioh one is strongly i one prognated with iron to a high percents rion while the second brook. percolating throl a rest marsh, absorbs gallic acid. Nature knows no waste-nor man eli! Nlan- when he Is pressed to it-hence letters cied comfortably wt itten with this singular itlat of Mother Earth. A gentlemen return dfe from Algeria, the nlighbo.hood of I d of natural chemistry phop, found it in cc mnon use there. ease s illed der THE MARKETS. ther - from STOCKS the Niw Yons, De. 10.(L-lar silver, 881. Copper-Firm; lake. $12.20 ass Lead-Quiet; domestico, $3.7. ly of The stock market was very active to-day. ] por- tiller.; and Western Union bounded tip rap 'ter at the opening and other Gould stocks sym treet thized. In a short time Western Union i by from 93 to I7, Missouri Pacific from 57tP to t the Manhattan from 183% to 137. National Cord in a common rose to 112. and National Starch net rible two points. 'lhe close was strong at the nobh- aner. for ,overnumeots-Stely. ars Petroleum--Upeed firm; sold at 5Sc onin losing Clos ten- U. 4s coupon... 114 Oregon Imp...... e Paoiic ,......... 1 Oregou Na,...... te Atohlon........... 4% Sign Short line... r- American bxp.... 117 Pacific Mail..... . eral Canada lactfio.... N'9a Pullman, ... 1 Long snada South... .. 552 eadin ........ :: at- t'entral 1 aifi.... 2 Terminal... Burlington......i.. O I.d. tn estern.... Cotton il......... I . W. pref.... Laciawsanna...... 152". ( it . lets. ... 7 Vl. a& I. te. pref.. 591 Root Island....... Distillers.......... 70 tt. Pa l........... 7 Ken e A Te .....0.. :'; St. P l Omaha... 4 To. Lakte Shore........l3l014 Sugar.............11 Lead ' rust.... 474% exas Pacific...... L'vile & .tash .... i m Cnion I acific..... I am- Mich. tCentral;.... U. l S. p......... tu illy North American,. 11t, argo exp........ 1 at Forthern Pacific.. 171* Western Lnion.... V N.N. l pref.......... 101( Eleetric........... I1 tids Northwestern...... 11', Li.nseed..... ...... 9 ugly N. Y. Central ..... 1(05 eln CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. into CAco.o Dec. 10.-Ca('ttle-laeeipte 1,1 slow and weak; (hristmas beeves , 5 715.. l- othera, 2.8..(5.40: heifers, $2. 75Y3.5(; stot rh, er e.'$1.70l y2.0; feeders. E n.t ar)I4:Lt0. fol- Hoge--eaeiptas. 12,000: .teven: closed low e.- rough and common, $5.72 ,5.s7i; packing a mixed. $S.It11.1;; butchers' and medic rt weights $6.*0t'.20; light, $i.70(1r a.15. r hep--a eceiptr. 1.03: active; prices strol [e r t ('ritmas weters. $5.50@i .00; natives, $4.0 the 1,.25; westerns. $4.45i41.fl0; 'lexans, $1.304.90. ftly. CIIICAGO) PRODUCI:. ack CntCACoo. Le. o10.-Cloning-Wheat-Stea, swd cash, 727y May., 78c. and torn--birmer; cash, 42%c: May. 47%t. ird Oats--Steady; cash, 301,; May, 3S0a. the Barley-lNro. Pork--teady: cash, f14.45: January. $15.6.. to lard--!.tedy: cash, $11.68,; January. $9.67 sed Ribs--Steady: cash, $8.15; January. $8.15. Short Clear--$SO.Tr8 55. ito o --c -- -- -c liffe ady Orris Emlo e t . . o ae. cY. the 3 3 North lain Street. Telephone I ime her 10 coal moiners new vein, and .o rsilro.d laborere, free fare. 10 two-horse teaniseers, free fare 70 wood choppers, $1.25 oDr cord. 5 tie-makers, lO cents each 5 mea, $2.25 per day, froe fare. the I man cook. ald, 1 wuman cook. an diningroom girls. 2e5. nd tirls for general housework. Sbe T TO O HOLSIeI - THE A Sof anatl meeting of stockholdelors for the at oeat tion of directors of the birst National hank -1 Helena will be held in the parlors iof the i National bank on the 10tll day if January. 1t ao- F. W5. KNIHIIT, Cashier n is Helena. Dec. 10, 15. the The Richest in N FlaIh ithe ,f the THE G r ald T rhes rh andn latin, a Kal rtron 1irec' rnnrr I The Flathead valley, ten years ago almost unknown region, the home of t lie Agricultural Region in the Northwest Is odue ctvaile yse, tion o r st savage and wild beast, to-day is t most productive section of the nor west, yielding per acre double the or put of Kansas, Iowa -r the Dakot and is the only section west of the 11i issippi river which can rival the co b a e I Red River Valley of the North tie superior quality of its cereals. It the o ily agricultural section in the sta I CT. o' ontana, where crops can be r lis without irrigation. Vegetables of kinds are grown in abundance, wh. apples, plums, peaches, cherries, pea and the small fruits such as st'rawb ries, blackberries. ooseole res, rampb URGE LS. Oit lue] Natural C .s more than 100 miles a the finest agricultural Freat Northern railroad SPBLL mnded on all sides by E tnd produces a crop eve ley, contiguous to ch( he agricultural, miner Le key to the Great Flal ATION WRIT D N 1R, Kalispell Townsite Co. I, CQRY'& CO. :TAIL DEPARTMENT Everything Toothsome In the Line of Edibles can be Found in Our Retail tStore. lot importation of PLOWS & ROOKWOOD'S STea, Celebrated Chocolate Creams grown. GORDON & DILWORTH'S VA COFFI PRESERVES EEKLY. CUSTICE BROS.' CANNED BO0N BONS, Fruits and Vegetables. Mountain Club Extra Quality tTATION. Canned Vegetables. Cigars, Fine Wines and Liquors and Table Waters 1, CORY & CO. MISCELLANEOIRM. WALTER MATHESON'S LIST. SANTD-8ECCND-HANDQUARTZ MILL: i Ae to twenty stamps. Address, with fuall DWELLINGS ON INSTALLMENT AeN. particulars. G. W Averill, Hatte, ilont. $a2,00--Iandsome dwelling on Blake stree OR OR UNFURNISED th hall, five rooms. two closets, pantry, celia VAT -- h steaI OR MOheat;E UNFURNIb ED ath room, oity water in kitchen; $150 down. $ rooms ith t hut. m t e pr month. Main street; good tenant. Address S F., this $,,oi--bix room dwelling on Ilth avenne b office. tween Davis and Beattie streets, with two ic D-PIVATI OOL MAY having a combined frontage of 100 feet; stab] fur- .Jackman. Room 48 ailey block. A terms 1 100 down; balance on three yers time ter Jama, $oom2leybloo. 5--New brick dwelling on Ihird atrl ted near Beattle, with hall, seven rooms, bath rooe S OTICE TO CREDITORB.-ESTATE OP cellar, pantry, several c!oets, hot and co d.se, d ., water, finshed in oak; good lot; $200 down, - dNotice i hereby given by the undersigned. d per month. t milotor he liven tt ndeiAed, 1d- - bricko dwelling on Highland tr e ministrator of the etato of J. A. los two blo cks from Broadway, eight rooms, bh dec7 ased to the mdtrn of and deceased to room with extra good plumbing, hot and o0 L haind lthma aint the iaha deenord, tho i- water, furnace; good lot, house fronts north at S hib them, aterth the resteaveolehimr, within l s very ine view; 500t down, $40 per month. four months ater thei fisttmsbieatioun o thisno- $.ti0-Modern maven-room house on Fit ti. to bthe mid adminl istriao at thle oi. of avenue between Heattle and RaleighN bath, ft David o. Ure nter. room ios Bailey block. Hel- a rg and ewer connection gn bar; I L) a * Monteaa thme mama bmi the place for t)o down. gas a ser cmiot n; ood barn e outransaon of thI e bl.ao maid estate, in the ''enroom brick dwelling on Sooth Ewi. ern Aount of Lewis and Carke. within three minutes' walk from court hour SJAMur t h EDWAtkDS. with lot 4210U0, at $4.250 Administrator of the estate otJ. A. Caler, de oeeused. IARGAINS IN LOTS. S Dated Helena, Mont., Nov. 19, 15. $950-Lot 42:i00 on Fifth avenue: $300 dow -.. - .... balance in two years. NOTICE O CBEDITOIt --IN TEE DIS- $it0 each for two lots., each 50x140, near Mo tans avenue in Flower Garden addition. trlct court of the First judicial district of $1,180 for 100 lots en Hoye addition, wl the state of Montana, is and for the countn de 00 oye dditi ell of Lmeis and Clarke. cated, t.ro an C e. o .4,100-Corner on Benton and Gilbert strin en- In thmatter of the estate of John Walker. 100xl10. h otice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad- $150-Good building lot in Easterly additoon. [TY ministrator of the estate of John Walker, 1--Lot in Brodwa!er addition on elect1 dv. dceased, to the creditors of, andall person hav- lionei i-g claims against the aid decea.ed, to exhibit Lot on South Iwing one block from cot it B them with the necessary vouchers, within four house, S00. months after the first publication of this notice. to the said administrator at the law office of lOUSE FOB RENT. Maesena l ullard. room S. Gold block, in the From $6 per month up.l city of Helena, in the county of Lwis and Clarke. $12-Nicely furnished front room on first foc estate of Montana the same being the place at II ltifth avenue. for the transaction of the business of said WALTER MATHESION. er- estate. in said county of Lewis and C(larkes Room 15. Gold block. Dated November , 1818 O EPg JOHN WALKER. --- ___ at Administrator of the estate of John Walker., FOR SALE-SCHOLARWHIIP IN THE HEI deceased, ens Business College. Call at this offlsoe. ries are being Ta;Fed Rluc'essfully. With a ready market for all products of tie soil in the rich mineral di tricts to the east, west a d south, the farmers of the Flathead valley will ston be classed amotng the wealthiest and most infiuen Stailof this new ountr . Wheat averages thirty five bIasheli p .r icro, oats sixty bushels, barley forty buslhel, rye thirty bushels, potaloes -(10 biuch i s, cabbt ge 5! .ten tons per acre, rutabagas tlhir y tone per acre. The Flathead rivw r, with its tribu. taries tl e North. South and Midd a forks the Stillwter and \Vhitstlish aS rivers, with th Iir name -o Iisr anches, a making a total of oer ,0 I miles of lo: gnog streams, a I of which converge at Kalispell, flow tlhrou Ih vast fores's of pine, tamara,'k, lir. lurch anid o ti r. Under th ro,'u t. law ioni:c:e. by con gress these bo tld'cs.; traits of timber land can 1 e ptrchastd al $2.50 Feor acre. According to the state and tor's report, quare. The Flathead ofthe l0:I.4St,.2.s: feet . I.. Irnber ied land. In the heart of ;n 'h tit Isa d.ri'o tite .sar 1u:11, o100, 0 000 was t awod in Ai sasoulti county, is located thus de.onstrating tlis portion if the state's su reniacy in the lumbter in. dutitry. In the nor hersi l r;i, n of the valley are hid tdel \it e Ol . llsurti of a lupllt iir 9 quality of c.-al lolards wiich the rail roue s are alre dy building, and the do. wel ti lnent of thins resoil.rce alone wI 1 rich farming country render this e n se the l'tttbitag of the northwest. Aiijolnini th so inim on ry year. KALISPELL bodies or coal l:e largo tra i.ts ol oil lauld, which g.ve pro ,is. of e.t. a . ig the ri.It ap wood, coal, cheap atural ga t as t u orbeen disconnsered inl 1l and coal lands are thli h l bn dis covered inio bead country. tIndellyiy a targe potit i ort the valley, it tlirty-tout sta rt unt of the finest qull ty of fi a clay is found. which otfT rs excep. tional opport in ties for tho manufano turi, of potte\ry, and al.. rds the brick maker a coime i nt nd unlimi e I sup lmy tor h a kiln. (crtsulon and pressed TEbrick of a motist siuper or quali y have E T O b iten I iade fli ton m ii clay, Iand niti, r SUotis hanilldBOll buildisgs I tUrolg. out she I , i. lily a and as nionumllln s to this in due rv. Mt ntant.S ,iineral aotltiit, wil "II niw l0 surpasses s hat of ant u her s a in hoe 0 ui n. will be largely it gieu oil by the S desehupmtent ofr he hidden reamures in the miiounta i rnges surrounding tlhe " a head valley. Rich vwtins of tolht, silver, a pper and lead, whiich hive already b en dis.ov redi, tre attrae itlg the at enliii, or the capi alisa whJ have inves ed largely in miiinig propolr its 'hroughout this ste. ini, and a ravidly uunhinm their develoomlnu .