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mIarisled an Italian ceont, 1 l, id Miss Mari Depuglia, Ig tih this city, 'he witnesses & t1 0 of the bride and the wife tic, Count Oastillo, who claims e trrom Victor Emmanuel, is a bS eS man, twenty-eight years m aeyes and mustache. He is i rt to large estates near Naples. In this country three years 1a t a liquor house in Chicago. " p is nineteen. She sn a Sicilian of Sbirth al d has lived in Trenton lrve She is a'brunette. Six months ago 0, .ant Wea in Trenton on business He r MisiDepuRlia on the street and was at impressed with her beauty. Through he sought an introduction. The left on the limited train for Chieago, e they will live. H: iollday Novelties. i, ds Brother's store is a perfect para gor ift buyers this week. Their estab ihtht is n full holiday attire, and a ips at their magnificent window dis 1y. will aford a good idea of the attran. b`.l t shown inside. In one window they etbit handkerchiefs of every kind and :uallty from the cheapest p.inted muslin 'to the finest Irish and wiss hand embretl 'reed goode. If you have not seen that i[.i elow already. be sure to see it this week. ,x! very pretty effect is produced by the use ,f hoops or rings on which the handkor nhibfs are shown in various fancy folds. -n inmense ring hangs close to the glass -lhAd others graduating in size are placed :.e behind the other to the back of the Ipindow, two large red pillars reaching to the top of the window are also used to dis play noyslties in embroidered handker [.ells and in the sides and back of the win Sndow fancy embroidered handkerchiefs in all the newest designs are shown to ad vantage. In the tanoy goods window. dolls and fancy novelties are displayed under a kind of canopy which is formed of rib bons drawn from the top and aides of the glass, through a ring in the rear. In the lewer part of the window Japanese down :aushions, imported fans, and silk dress ::'patterns in evening shades are shown. A Tbeautiful, large doll swings in a ring in the Centre of the window. Inside the store all kinds of novelties in itells, toys, games, books, music boxes, mechanical toys, eilverware, clocks, glove and handkerchief boxes, hand-painted per Tume bottles, hand mirrors. fancy leather goods, hand-painted placques, tea sets, etc., are shown on the center counters, whioh are arranged in pyramids. Sands ros. announce special reductions on all oliday goods this week. The entire stock will be closed out at cost, and in addition to the inducements offered in fancy goods thebir great mark-down sale in ladies' and ahildren's winter garments will be contin lbed this week. Also special reductions on dress patterns, silks. fine umbrellas, silk and satin down quilts and cushions, fine ,portieres, Iace curtaine, art rags, fine dra periea, fur coats, fur sets, muffs, boas, ani mal scarfs, etc., etc. Gift buyers will ap eciate the excellent values at Sands Bros'. his week and everyone should see their beautiful holiday exhibition. The Fate of Cleveland's Brother. Grover Cleveland had a brother, who many years ago lived at New Albany, Ind. He was a house and sign painter. He en listed in the war and came out with the rank of llrftenant. In 1864 he took passage oan the steamer at Noew York. The vessel reached port in safety, but if Lient. Cleve land was among the passengers that landed It was never known to his friends. It is be lieved that he was lost overboae d. KALISPELL. Kalispell is a young and growing city Vt over 2,000 inhabitants in which the arst building was erected in May, 1891. '. the geograpical center of the Flat ,ad valley, and a divisional point on the main line of the Pacific extension of the Great Northern railroad. Several miles of siae track, a round hous e, coal yards, and a freight depot have already been built, 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 construction. Steamers plying on the waters of Flathead lake and river reach the head of navigation at Kalis pe!l, thus affording transportation facil ities to the Northern Pacific railroad. T'he construction of a new railroad has been commenced from the mining cen ters of the state to the immense coal fields in the northern part of the Flat head valley, which pasring through Kal ispsll, will give hocr 1e aln and direct communication with Butte, Helena and all points south, and open a ready mar ket for products of the valley, all of which, from her geographical location, will necessarily center at Kalispell; while the natural grades from the mines and coal fields of the surrounding coun try, the cheap and unlimited supply of fuel, together with the great water power at her very doors, will make Kal ispell the smelting center of this portion of the state. It is already the supply point for the army of miners and pros peetors olerating in the North and South forks and th, Koaietnai min ing regions, ind t ,, ith h,,r three strong national banks, Fhel ct!n have no rival as the financial center of the whole Flathead region. Accord n, to puiblii:led statistics, no city of her e:zo in the United States can boast of s.i ,in- a sy.tsIU of w:,tr works end clir'c ligr . e ''i h i ',atni com prasis - 1c; l !iL o' i e, iyranluts at verey ftrc-i illlrSeliii ni. ail d pumps W't! a capa -ity.x au:il to tho-e of the int'o ea. 'l: 'E!'i . irt l rast of the plart is niward or 5, 0. A brik Ircw ry ha-. jaet been com pleted wilh a c(.pacity of .10 t barrels permonth, 1 a-in tI,, I-test impjroved machinery. and one e,ti by: Ien of l( ng istunliig ;IAl u- l .1fuiii rl xp"'-ieu0 in tU sir lit:,. N' ', e:,is a,,h: tan:t al brick bu.e- u-s 11 ,'kl hl, , lea cnlstructed within thU I list s.i ,n. 1tndl mllany fine resid w e airL no, lo g uo , ltpthrough out thI. tn.. Liberal i ti.:- re tts will be offered to ,an: u rcl.or.ine. Following is a list o' indlustries which would find linlispeall a mnot promising point at wlicth to locatl: Ssllh ril d .or fa;c: y, furniture fac tory, 1ottory works. tu., Lucket and box tewtorv. leaOer mill. starch factory. f ne ea ea V ste to ainot the bTemne of eleotelty a sh.wd swinr Ole ti detoribed in a late number of the EBeMtrOI l Review, At a certain mineral prling in an eastern state the cups that the pat.intsdranktiom were fastened by a brass chain to an reon bar whichb iolosed the. mouth of the buIbbling sprhig. The drikr was prevented from omling too alose by another Iron railing about eight feet across. The ground about the spring was naturally moist, and it was either thi groaand or the iron which was one of the endi of an open electric current. The cup held by the chain was the other end. The person drinking simply completed the air ouit through the body, and when he had afinshed the attendant kindly and imme. diately rempoved the cup from his hand. The drinkers always felt that "delightful tingling sensation" and rejoiced that they had found the fountain of youth. home imagined they even felt the new blood coursing through their veins. A small in dnotion coil ingeniously concealed and con nected with the cupand railing was a cheap method for producing that "invigorating feeling." The Dog Swallowed the Watch. A young lady of Wilcox, Ga., had a beau tiful gold watch of which she was unduly proud. The time nioee was exhibited on various occasions, and a few days ago when some admiring friends were examining it the watch accidentally slipped from their fingers. A cry of dismay went up when the party saw the watch disappear with a gulp in the yawning mouth of a dog which sat at their feet looking expectantly upward and cood naturedly waeging its tail. Poor doggie imagined that he had received a choice morsel, and looked pleased at his feat of catching it on the fly, but it proved to be his death warrant. He was summar ily dispatched and at the post mortem the watch was recovered none the worse for the mishap. Too Much Friday. A true story is told of a skep tical Massa chusetts captain who, away back in the early years of the republic, determined -to exhibit the fallacy of this particular super stition. He contracted on a certain Friday for the building of a ship, and it was ar ranged that the keel of this vessel was laid Friday, that she was launched Friday, named Friday, commenced loading Friday, and hauled into the stream the same day of the week. To add to the possibilities of disaster, a negro cook named Friday was ingaged, and, thus fully freighted with the sinister name, the Friday sailed Friday, bound to a port in the West Indies. From that day to this no tidings of the ill-condi tioned craft have been received. The Boar Carried on the Killing. CHICAoo, Dec. 18.-William Ramsay, 80 years old and feeble, a well-known pioneer, started out to do his fall killing of hogs alone. In his drove was a vicious boar, which, released from the pen, attacked the old man, throwing him down and biting the flesh from his thigh. Ramsey managed at last to crawl to the fence and drag himself over. A little laser he was found by his daughter lying in a pool of blood. Before assistance could be procured he bled to death. Orris ElIFloymint Aa ncy. 323 North Main Street. Telephone 109 Wa~rted: 50 woodchoppers. $1.15 a cord. 1 man cook for city. 1 man cook for country. 1 man waiter, Girl for Ihousework. 2 woman cooks. The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest Is THE GREAT FLATHEAD * COUNTRY. •+ RESOURCES "+" UiClltre, Mineral, Coal, Oil, Lumber, Stone, Lime, Fire Ulay, 1NAT'U1AL G-S. The area of the Flathead country is more than one hundred miles square. The Flathead Valley is twenty-five by fifty 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 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. 2. CONRP7:D. Manager of theo Kalispell Townsite Company. .V h.-t o tdaisa altlests. it's Dr. Piferce'ls Favorite Pr, cription. It's purely vegetable and perfectl harmles--a powerful general, as wel s un rine, tonic and nervine, imparting vigor and strength to the whole system. For periodical pains, weak back, bear lng-own sensations, norvous prostration, and all "female com plallnt," it's a positive remedy. It improves digestion, enriches the lood, dispels ache and pains, melancholy and nervosnenss, brings refreshing sleep, and restores health and strength No other medicine for women is guaran teed, as this Is. If it fails to give satisfaction, in any cse, the money paid for it is re funded. You pay only or the goo'you ge. On thes terms it' the chepest Helena Employment Agency 24 EDWARDS STREET. Telephone 850. W. . Cook, iropriteor. To lot a hotel with new furniture: $7l5 a month. To sell team, harness and wauon eta low fltse 8 wcodholpreres, good timter, $1 25 a cord. Cook hasen engineer who w.: nti work a.d has all kinds of tools to do repair work. Woman for second coot in hotel, $25.. girl for housework in city, 0 mO. asn dishwasher. $e0. Woman cook, $40. SITUATIONS IWANTED-FEMALE. Advertisemente under this head three times SITUATION WANTEtD-EMPLOYMENT BY energotic young lady as clerk in some es tablishment, dressmaker or any yther honorablet occupation. Address Miss Julha Y. Lush, hbox 116. bouth Denver, CooL F.ITUA'ION WANTED-FItRST-CLASS GIRL wishes placein small private family or as waitress. 'loease call at Mineral Sprig hotel. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPI'EHttI enced dressmaker, a few engagements in families. Call or address 11 Sonth Davis street. ITUATION WANTED--TO DO COOKING end general housework in private family. Address or call 210 Breckenridge. Boom l. SITUATIONS IVANTED--MAL. Aertietemane~ nuer this hesa thre times Ritl'E. 1TUATION WANTED-L- Y AN A NU. 1 drug man; unmarried; willing to go out of city. Address Had Lhel. this office. - I H[LP WANTIED FEMAIE. WANTED- GIBI. TO ASSISlT iN ROUSE work. 803 Eighth avenue. BOADI) AND RcOiOM Oc)FlERER). TOR RENT-ROOMS AND BOARD. iW) .5Warren streeot, corner Iixth ave. SOlt IltENT-FUKCtNISiEt) ROOMS. OM RBENT,-RCOMS BINGLEOR ENSUITE, -' steam heat, electric light. baths, ete ; res. tauraLt in connection. The Lloyd, 113 t lara street. FOR RRNT--FURNISHED RUOMS. $5 TO $10. 518 Eighth avenue. OR RENT-COMFOIRTABLY FURNISHED 1 rooms at reasonal rtes.o Harvey blouk Grand stree. Next door hotel Helena. FOR RENT-DWELLINGS. F O. RENT-CHEAP, FURNISHIED HOUSE; F all modern conveniences. Call 003 North WVarren street, corner Eleventh avenue. FOIl ItENT--l1i(ELLANEOIUS. ro0 BENT-HI.ERBERT B. REED & CO.. 17 North Main street: largest list of houses and come in Helena. 4'O h pA a A t oe ItO rlty T450 Cc, bomnon block, oppsit U IONALY TO LUAN OO IMPROVtD TE and farm promurt, Wm delarcy. ~ e amd FOR N4ALI'-IBAL ISTATI. 'OR I.ALd--H1SRBitRT B, RlD &s ( .-a in Helena __ Flle ZAL-MI.sV LLANFOU& FO R ALMC--HOUWHdtOLD IXUIN1TURJC Wilton oarels, sideboard, etc-at 198 Clarke street, FiOR bALC--A FIRST-tCLASS RESTAURANT in a live town in Montana: sood reasoas for selling. inquire at C ty Drug Store. N IU8LLt.AN EOtle. SH1hit'pAND-PRtVATd W(i;iOU)L MAIY .E. Jackman, Room 48 Bailey block. - 11i WALTER MATHE ON'S LIST. $210 for a fine level lot. 0x1140. in Flower Garden addition, near Montana avenue. d 50 eloh for four lot, each btxIt4, in North. ern Factifie k rrtddnton. $1au-(ood ilo. in Broedwrtor addition. $1,0)0 for an excellent lot 55 test front on Pins attest near :odnry,. less than Ste mmutes' wak from the court houses: level To purchaser who will build will give five years' time. interest at seven per cent. An eegasnt corner on SpDIOn a reet. 150 feet front on two streets only 8; o per foot. .\ f.no lot in I roadwater addition on Hollins avenue, on electric line, to 5$000, on five yeass' time. DWELLINGS. 2.200-modern live r, on dwelling on Blake street. within ten minutes' walk from court house; $250 down, $2'5 per month. ..240-nix room dwelling on Fifth avenue near Feattie. with lot having sixty feet frontage; one-half down, balance on time. E8.210--tModern brick dwelling on Third street. near Beattie, coven room3 and bath; $40 per month, no down payment required. Houses for rent from 5$ to $75 per month. WAI.'I ERI MATS, ti' l N, Boom 15. Gold Block, STOC'KHOLT)EiS' MElETrINiG--'l'. REGU lar annual meeting of the stockholders of the Montana .etional bank will be held at their banking house in Helena, Montanae on Tuesday. Jan. 10. between the hours of 10 a. m. an, four p. m. TOLT. L. McCULOH. Dated Dec. 8, 1892. Cashier. SBERIFF'S BAIE-BY VIRTUE OF AN E9 ction in my hands. Ieaued out of the dis trict court of the tirt Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. in the nit of Louis t' tadler. plaintiff. gainrst William Kranish. defendant, duly at tested the ld.da of December, A. D., 18692. I have levied pon allthe right, title and interest of the said W.iatim Kranioh in and to the following de scribed property, situated in Lewis and C~arke county. Montana viz.: Lots number six (t) and seven ()0, in block number twenty-one (l)t and lots svc (7 and eight (8), inblook number twenty-two (2). of the Northern tmacifd addition to the city of Helena. Also lots thirty-nine (80) and forty-five (14) in township ten (10) north of raa;s three and four west, and lot seventy (70). townskip nine north of rne tour west; also any water right thereto blonnqin.(. Toagether wth all and siagular the tenements, kereditaments and appurtenances thtereunto be longing or in anywise app ertai ning. Notiosie hereby given that on Saturday, the l4th dayof seeemsier. A. D. 189. at the hour of 11 o'clock noon of said day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Helena, . ontaa. I wll sell all the riht title and interest of the said William ranrmich in and to toe said above described property, to the highest bidder for cash in hand. Given under mi hand this., the td day of December A. D. 1 CHARLES M. JEFFItRIS. Sheriff. By RALPH G. JonsoN, Deputy Sheriff. SPlows Celebrated. . S'CANDIES. I ,. n z, 2 and 5 pound fancy boxes, suitable for Christmas. Large shipment and full absortment just received. Prices the same as in Chicago. Fry's English Chocolates in fancy boxes. Huntley & Palmer's English Biscuits in handsome tins. Very choicest Brandies, Whiskies, Wides, Cordials,. Liquors, etc., etc. Everything in the Greo.ery Line, In both Staple and Fancy, can be found at our stor,. ' B CH, CORY & C00 Will remove on or about January 1st to 119 North Main St. ALIA8 lUMMONB--IN THE JUSTICE'8 court of Helena township. State of Montana, county of Lewis and Cluarke Before C. F. Gage. iuetie of the peaoe. John tarar, plaintif., vs. Ankn aftlo, de fendat. The state of Montana to the above named de fendant, greeting: Yo are he rb mmoned to be and appear before me . he1. iae. a Justice of the peace in andfor the county of .wis rand (harkes, at m otlice in Helena. on the 8th day of December. A. D. 1892. at 10 o'clock a m. of said day theon and there to make answer to the complaint of John tarar. the above named plaintiff. in a ciril action to recover the sum of thirty dollare, for money, to-wit. e80 paid, laid ot and expended for the defendant at defendant's request be. tween Cept. 1 and Sept. 25, 18927.: efsndant promised to pay maid sum to plaintiff prior to the commencement of this action, but failed and refuPed to do so although past due and de m-nded: and in default thereof jutment will be reudered against you. Anton Saftio. the above nuamed defendant, for the sum of thirty dollar and costs of suit in this behalf expended Given under my hand this lstdasyof Deeember, A. D. 189. C. F. GAGS' Justice of the Peace of said Town'hlp. R. B. Purcell. Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE TO CREDITORI--IN THE DIB trict court of the first judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the eounty of Leuis and Clarke. In the matter of the etate of Andrew Rtunson deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator of the estate of Andrew I ronson, do ceased, to the creditors of. and all persona hav ng claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first phublication of thie notice. to the said administrator, at the law office of uaeena Bullard room S. Uold block, in the city of Helena, i the county of Lewis and Clark. state of Montana, the same being the placa for the trsnsotion of the business of mid estate in maid county of Lewis and Clarke. MATHIAt ANDEIIBON, Administrator of the estate of Andrew I rnnson. deceased. Dated Oct. 24. 1897. OTICE--IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF the !rt judicial district of the state of Montana in and for the county ot Lewis and Clurks. In the matter of the application of the Mount Heled. .unnel and Mining company to dissolve aed disloor portie,. Notice is herebr given that the Monot Helena 'lnnel and Mining company, a corporation formed under the laws of the state of Montana. has presented to the district court of the fiet judicial district of the state of Montana, in ind for the sounty of Lewis and Clsrkl, a petitio praying to be allowed to disinoorporoate and saidolve, and that Wednesday the lth day of January, 185. at ten (10) o'clock a. m., or as soon therefter as counsel can be heard, has been appointed as the tima, and the court room of department number I of the distriet ort of the .nrt juodcial district of the state of Mon tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clark-, as the place at which the said application is to be heard. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the district court aforesaid this the 10th day of December, A. L). 1802. searL) JOHN BEAN, Clerk. cConnell. Claybeing & Gu. Attorneys fo Corporation. NOTICE IS H REBY GIVEN THAT THE a .onal meeting of the stookholders of the San i vear eep comlonr will be held at room t11 lower building, in the cit of Helena MoOn tana, on tus 10th day of January. 1989, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that clay, for theb pur pose of electing lie trustees for the en-ning year, and the transaction of sauch other business as may properly come before the meeting. W. I. KNIGHT, Vice President. ROBERT RUSSELL Secretary. STRAYED OR STOLEN--1l REWARD will be paid forreturn of bay gelding, bald face, branded on left thigh, with saddle and bridle. to Charles Wenstrom of Marysville. same escaped from owner on night of llth near Silver depot. SHERIFF'es BALE-lDWARD W. KNIGHT Lydia F. imndeeen, defendants. Under end by virtue of an order of ale and deacee of foreclosureaund sale tsued out of the distri.t court of the First judicial diatr;ot of the etate of Montana, in and for the eounty of Lewis and Clarle, on the 15 h day of e oember. A.D 1894 in the above entitled action, wherein I d wa.si,.nighat, rug at the above named plain. ts, obtlined a judgment and dscr3e of fore. closure and sale agamtt John is, lundeen and Lydia F. ,undeen, defendants, on the 8d ds of Deoemiber. A. 1. 18912, for the rum of 175.50 besldes inptereat. costs and attorney's fees, which said decree was o, the 8d day of December A. D., 1892. recorded in judgment book No. H of said court at page , I am commanded to roll all those certain lot4 ieces or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the county of Lewis and Clarke, state of Men-. tans, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: tots number eght (8) anl nine (9) in bloc number six is) in the sewins addition to the city of Helena, as said lots and block are dreig. nated, numbered and described upon the plat of said addition on file 'n the ufice of the county clerk and recorder of the said county of Lewis and Clarke. Also lot number twenty-seven (27) in block number five (5) m I. Lat Helensa said lot being thirty-five (3:) feet front on Hanm treet in said rtwn, as id lot ai.d block are desianatod. num bLed end de.erired upo h tie plat of Paid lown of La.st it, lens. on eli in the office o' the county clerk anl recorder of said county of Lewis and (larke. Together with all end singular the tenements, hereditaments and spportenances thereunto be. longing ori any wihe appertaining. PuIlie notice is hereby given that on Thure day, the 5th day of J nuary, A. D. 1893. at 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the front door ol the court house, Helena, Lewis end Clarke coun ty, Montana, I will. in e 'dience to, aid order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. ell the above doscribed propo:ty,. or so much there of as may be necessary to eatiasfy raid judgment, with interest and costs, to the highest and beel bidder for cach in hand. tiven under my hand this 15th day of December A. D.. 1892. CHASiLFB8 M. JEFFERIS, Sheriff. By RALPH U. JOUNSON, I eputy Sheriff. THE FLATHEAD VALLEY. The Flathead valley, ten years ago as 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 ir the Dakotas, and is the only section west of the Miss. issippi river which can rival the oale. ba e1 Red River Valley of the North in tie superior quality of its cereals. It is the o ily agricultural s3ction in the state o' Montana. where crops can be r iscd without irrigation. Vegetables of all kinds re grown it abundance, while apples, plums, peaches, cherries, pears, and the small fruits such as strawber ries, blackberries, goosebe-rnes, raspber ries are being rac:ed successfully. With a ready market for all products of tIe soil in the ri.h mineral di tricts to the east, west a d south, the farmers of the Flathead valley will sion be classed among the wealthiest and most infl'uen railof this new count r.. Wheat avcrages thirty five bushels per acre, oats sixty bushels, barley forty bushel.', rye thirty bushels, potatoes 400 buosh e, cabbrge ten tons per acre, rutabagas thir y tons per acre. The Flathead riv.r, with its tribu. taries --t e North, South and Middle forks--the Stillwater and Whitefish rivers, with th ir numerous bratcher, making a total of over .0) miles of lor ging streams, all of which converge at Kalispell, flow through vast forests of pine, tamarack, tir, larch and ceJi.r. Under the recent law enacted by con gress these bou.irdlesr tracts of timber land can be purchased at 82..i0 per acre. According to the state aud.tor's report, of the 103,489,2813 feet of lumber sawed in the at Lte during the year 1891, 100,. 0 0000 was sawed in M esoula county, thus demonstrating this portion of the state's sui remacy in the lumber in dustry. In the northern portion of the valley are hidden vast measures of a superior quality or coal lowards which the rail roi.e are alre:,dy building, and the de velol ment of this resource alone will render this section the Pitt buag of the northwest. Adjoining these immense bodies of coal lie large tracts of oil land, which gve prom:ies of equaling the rich Settoleum fieldci of Pennsylvania. Natural gas has also been discovered in this region. Undarlyiug a large portion of the valley, a thirty-foot start um of the finest qual.ty of flB clay is found, which olffr.s excep tional opportunities for the manutaca ture of pottevry, arnM affords the brick maker a convenu.nt and unlimi ed sup ply for his kiln. Common and pressed brick of a most superor quality have b -en umale from this clay, and numer ons handsome buildirgs throughout the va lay stand as monumen a to this in dus:ry. M.ntana's mineral output, whith now surpasses that of any o her s ai. in the uni n, will be largely augmen ed by the development of the hidden treasures in the nllountaan ranges surrounding the F.a head valley. Rich veins of cold, silver, oa pper and lead, which hcve already bhen di.sov-red, are attrao iag the attention of the capi ali s whJ have invested largely in mining proper ties throughout this section, and are ranidLv uushlna their develoument.