' ý h ;e Dss~lazl lpwisy sad cold Wiad *ee
atisl for a Saltetde,
t~sur, iI~Cal.. Jan, 8.-Aftto all his >alk
'bllte- and the many threats he made to
eld his lift, Joseph Jacinto showed the
i feater and made a dismal endlg of
what might have been a very plotaresque
a* hanoe. Instead of following his lady
lovt to the grave, the matter-o!-Itat Ja
elato calnily paeked his little valise and
quietly ded the town on an overland train.
evidently tearting that he would be asked
many unpleasant qu*etions about bhi relae
tions with the little fourteen-year-old girl
who threw herself into the bay because her
mother opposed an early marriage. The
little grl's death sad the eanses that led
up toIt are most pitiful. and the neighbors
of the Brandt family n Bast Oakland feel
the little girl's lose almost as keenly as does
the heartbroken widowed mother.
Little Julia was an exceptionally bright
child and the light of the honseheld, which
had once before been stricken with gldom
when the head of the family died and left
Julia and an elder slster charges ef a hard
working mother. Mlre. Brandt plaeed avery
confidence in her children and thought
nothing of Julla's frequent tripe down
town antil she learned that the little girl
was in the habit of meeting Jacinto, a
swarthy blacksmith, whose reputation in
East Oakland was not of the very best.
First she tried persgnaion, then entreaty,
and when these had no effest on the love
sick maid Mrs. Bandt used fores to dis
suade the girl from meeting her lover.
From the day that she was fotbidden to
see Jacinto little Julia became morose and
her whole nature seemed to change. Many
times she made threats of ending her life.
but no attention was paid to them because
of the child's tender years.
When Julia's dead body really was cast
up by the waves it proved a terrible shook
to her family, but none were more over
come than was Jacinto, the swarthy lover,
He raved over her dead body in the morgue
and became so violent that it was necessary
to wateh his every movement. Heswore be
would lie by the dead girl's .ide before
morning, and then be started off for Heat
Oakland, where her lifdless form had been
buffeted against the piling of Derby's lum
ber wharf, at the foot of Thirteenth avenue.
But it was a cold night on 'Thureday, and
the howling southeaster that threw great
eolumnas of salty apray over the wharf was
not calculated to inspire a would-be guicide
with conddence in the bay as a source of
suroease of grief, and so Jacinto determined
on a lease of life at least until thebppor
tunltie4 were more favorable and th waves
were not so threatening.
That aight the bereaved lever be eon
saltation with his brother-in-law, a man
named Fletcher, and it was then that he
determined upon flight. This result he
carried eat with more sceseas than he did
the threat to commit suicide, but it gave
Coroner Evers a grest deal of work for
nothing, for when Jacinto failed to obey
the summons and appear at the coroner's
inquest it was thought of course, that he
had made away with himself, and then fol.
lowed a long hunt for a body that was mak
ing eforts to get out of reach with a great
deal more agility than is displayed by
Binee Jaointo showed the white feather
and so stealthily left the town, Coroner
Evers has determined to teach him a se
vere lesson. When he is found the man
for whom little Julia Brsandt killed herself
will be arrested for failing to obey a cor
Disease marches through all lands. Eut good
health bleeees a;1 who use Hood's tarsaparilla.
Kalispell is a young and growing city
of over 2,080 inhabitants in which the
first building was erected in May, 1891.
,As the geograpioal center of the Flat
bad 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 house, coal yards,
and a freight depot have a'ready 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
rea~h the head of navigation at Kalis
pell, thus affording transportation facil
ities to the Northern Pacific railrcad.
The construction of a new railroad has
been commenced from the mining cen
ters of the state to the immense cosi
fleld3 in the northern part of the Flat
beed valley, which passing through Kal
ispell, will give her che ap and direct
communication with Butte, Helena and
all points south, and open a ready mar
ket for prmdu-ts of the valley, all of
which, from her geographical location,
will necessarily center at Kalispell;
while the natural grades from the m nes
and coal fields of the surrounding coun
try, the cheap and unlimited supply of
fuel, together with tho great water
power at her very doors, will make Kal
ispell the smelting center of this portion
of the state. It is already thesupply
point for th army of miners and pros
pectors ol.erating in the North and
South forks and the Kootenai min
ing regions, and with her three
strong national banks, she can have no
rival as the financial center of the whole
Accord'nc to published statistics, no
city of her size in the United States can
boast of so fine a system of wst rr works
and electric light. The system com
pririe seven miles of pipe, hydrants at
every street intersec ion, and pumps
with a capacity equal to those of the
Butte system The total cost of the
plant is upwards of 8125,1 0.
A brick brewery has just been comn
pleted with a capacity of 1,`_l00 barrels
per month, having the latest improved
machinery. and operated by men of long
standing and successful experien. e in
their line. Numerous substantial brick
business blocks have been constructed
within the past season, and many fine
residences are now going up through
out the town.
Liberal inducements will be offered
to " a ufactorie.
Following is a list of industries which
would find Halispell a most promising
point at which to locate:
Sash and door factory, furniture fa
tory, pottery works, tub, bucket and
box factory. onaer mill, starch factory.
an ot edte ýit the ! . owa tere4
sher th irlS. an he aedbs
their hands in reaponse. At t mee themist
from the Amerlean fell. would envelop
them,. but it did not dampen their ardor in
the least Thei made a splendid sehibi.
tion f pedeeterens nerve and bravery.
Mr. Harvey Heed
Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa
ralysis of the Throat
"I Thank God and Hood's Sars.
partwla for Perfect Health."
" Gentlemen: For the benefit of suffering hu
inanity I wish to state a few facts: For several
years I have suffered from catarrh and heart
failure, getting so bad I could not work and
Could Scarcely Walk
I had a very bad spell of paralysis of the throat
some time ago. My throat seemed closed and
I could nots wallow. The doctors said it
was caused byheart failure and gavemedrrine
which I took according to directions, but It did
not seem to do me any good. My wife urged
ns to Hood's Sarsaparilla, telling me of Mr.
Josen C. Smith, who had been
At Death's Door
but was entirely cured by Hood's Sarsaparla.
After talking willh Mr. Smith, I conelustod to
0tryHods Iilaraprllia. hn a itsten
two boottles I feltver much better. I have
continued taking it, and sm now fee
lent. I thank God, and hgecl
and my wife for my restoration to perfec.
health." HARVEY HEED, Laceyville, 0.
HOOD'S PILLS do net purge, pain or grlpe,
but set promptly, easily and emcisntly. l6e.
323 INorth Mlain street. Telephone 109
2 railroad laborers.
10 woodehoppero. 81.25 per curd.
20 ceal miners, new vein of coal.
5 girls for general housework.
1 girl for laundry.
Hotel to rent. furnished.
The Richest in Minerals and Most Fertile Agricultural Region in the Northwest is
THE *GR-EAT * LATHEAD' CONRY.
+ RESOURC8S +
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
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. 0ONRT D,+
Manager of the Kalispell Townsite Co.
is notn to see is
The rglto anoleanse the liver.
and-bwele-quiekly, but thoroughly.
are guos'atnn d to giresatlfaotion.
Helena Employment Agency
24 EDWARDS STREET. '
Telephoee 880. W. B. Cook, Propg.taq
Has for tale the Moors House in Greait tog
67.1500; $1.0W cash, the reat in monthly paymiOt
the rooms in tbq building ar. at present raeiag
for 8200 a month
asa one furnished boarding house in cit1 2qa
1 waiter girl for t~olumbia Falls; I waiteau
for city andh I girl for general housework.
Adwertisemonst ander this bead thiar time.
SITUATION WANTED-A LADY AT 11 ¶
a enton aveue ts work by the day. en
as hcnsacleaningwashing, sweeping or tahing
care of littleobildren; any kind of work neees
rary to be none; hours M tot; prices very reseos
able. Call or addresa V. M.. 17 Sooth lienton
SITUATION WANTED-A GOOb PLAQ5
v wanted in aprivate family. Inquiries to be
made at 516 Hobhok street.
.1TUATION WANTED - DRESSMAKING
t wanted by the day or at home; prices reasotn
able. Room 14, Atlas block.
S1TUATION WANTED-A COMPETENT
gfe r wats situation, gcral housework pre
ferred. Addrcea A. 13. thias ifis.
W ANTID-A GIRL ABOUT15YEAEI L)
who wants a home and desires to go to
schooL Call at 413 Lawrence street.
AdvertisementA Unuok this head three tames
SITUATION gWANTED-AS SALESMAN
iencedrmanA dress Lam, this office .
SITUATION WANTED-MAN AND E
want position in hotel or boarding he
fitteen years experience. U. P. box.
S1TUATION WANTED-A PLACE BY A
Sstenographer to practice on a typewriter.
Address be. S.. this office.
iTUATION WANTED-BY A STRICTLY
sober middle-aged man as cook and baker
for camp or small party, or is willing to make
himself usefuln at anything, is willis to work
for smail wages. Address Wmn. bay, this office.
SITUATION WANTED-PRINTER WANTS
5a poeition in printing office; has worksd at
the trade three and s halt years; can aet tye or
feed prose.sE.tS. Barbe%1 care of W. A. Wie
gazed. Great Falls, hwont.
BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED.
F OR RENT-ROOMS AND BOAID. M
Warren street, corner Sixth ave.
O RENT-HERHERT R. SEED & CO., 1
North Main street; largest list of houses and
come in Helenh.
t a zs and G pound fancy boxes, su a ment
Fry's English Chocolate5 in fancy boxes
!untley & Palmer's Englisb Biscuits in haudowe tins. .
Very choicest Brandies, Whiskies, Wines Cordials, lnqors, etc., etc.
Evcrythi1gin the. dr0Gery kia,
in both $tapo and nacy, cna b found at our store, '
Will remove on or about January 1st to 119 North Ein t
FOR RENT-FUItNIueeRV icUoM
FOR RENT - D MOST E ONVELN ENT
an ofral ooma in th. city. siziole or
nsit.forjgentlaxmen duringf the session of the
legtl tne steeambea. doteo light, bathe, ate.
,at 118 Claresee.
FOR RENT-FOURNISRED R0 IM5 PER
Xday, weekor montbt light ho piDg
2l2 h. oodney stre't.
PO01 i EMf-)OD ItROOMS FURNISHEID
mfor hnnmksep.ng. Apply 301 t eattie street.
corner Sixth avenue.
1'OR RENT-POUR ROOM FURINISHED
'~house. suitable for housekeeping; $2 per
month. Inquire at 212 State street.
FOR RIENT-TWO STORY AND CELLAR
tainng even rom and bath. A 1 furnace, neat
gronds wil pperto suit, rent low. Inquire
40 Monroe avenue, corner Spruee.
FOR RENTI WILL RENT NOR ONE OR
tw yers my residene No. 40 Olive
street (est sd). 11 U. O oe~, 0Olv
FOOUND-A SM ALL WHITE SHAWL.
O r have the same by applying to
T OUND - A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
t Owner can have the same by applying at
this offic and paying fer thia ad.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN-BERBERT B. REED A
trai to to on block, oppoelte Grand Cen
jONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY
and farm property. Wm de lacy. Eeeadv.
MONEY TO OAt-li. s. .ALMEs. Mag
D BisAehtr ohlan. $06 Warren.
WAN4TED-TO BUY A .7XHMT-CLASS
ear pheeton low atfor cash. rauns Pheeton.,
SHOBITHAND-PRIVATI HOO~L MARY
LOST- LENOX AND JACKSON
stet odlocket with diamond conie
and monogram on reverse silo. Finder w lbe
oe e oreared upon returning aee to t
STOCKROLDERS' M lUING-THE AN.
anaol meeting of the 'btoolholders of the Hl
Helena aleottlo cok n envwll be held at the
general .91cc ofýýh comeisy. in Helena. iion
theaanuel letoioao atr17 Mustees. end for the. tranil
nacetion of sueh otter business as shell legally
coes before t te meeting.
H. L. WALKER. Sertary.
8TOCKHOLD"HS'- MEETING--THE AN
aa ettofthe etockholders of the Hel
ena Gas Light end ( oke company will be held at
the general office of the oom an. in Helene,
Montaa. eninesdy, Ja .l 16891 at 8n in.,
for the annual election ftutees, an r the
transaction of sueh ohr business as shall
legally coos bcfo rath A e°LH. Secea
aQTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-THH REOU
Lr arnnual meeting of the stockholders of
the Helena, Distriet 7 olegraph company wl~l be
held at the offie of the comppany. 14o. 11 Broad
way. Helena, Mont. o n Monday. Jan. 80, 1891, at
four o'cloc . RMD.Pednt
Date srlus, an.7. 1898.
' ae ted ais(mt
a>" aayac withir
410 ounce .to ob e*.
ear 0 he lc
di u oes alsofe iptifldt u
of from the outtilo* 1* e~
a~ ¶ f 4Was
&% t i oo arbo ferbl tittror :1k..m
ldi'i ta aderofine. incse spel prou
nteatn opay the r~m"sa, theo~tq 0
e an sexection ago uat the said datfendan
fet tho balance remateing due,' ad also that t
said defendants. and all ' A l~oaiming by.
throef hor under themy. mayb barred adore.
clos of ll rght tit1, 1ai. lien, equity of
Coemti. an giste in nd to said mart.
gagedtpremis~Iesandt¶or other and further relief.
And you are herebynotuife& that it you fail to
appear and anewer th maid complaint, as above
required. the said plaintiff wilt take deiau.t
against you. anti appty tottae cuijrt for the reief
domanded in the comptaint.
Given under my hand and theiat of the dis
sitato if Montana. in amnd for the countyý of tewis
and Clarke. thlagith day of Macti, in the yost
of our Lord oen thousand sight hundred anti
RP 10 JýpOHM BEAN. Clerk
A.m BiNrbetr Attorney far 4'ladnti ,
THE FLATHEAD VALLEY.
The Flathead valley, ten years ago as
almost unknown region, the home of thE
savage and wild beast, to-day is thq
most productive section of the north.
west, yielding per acre double the out.
put of Kansas, Iowa or tbe Dakotags
and is the only section west of the Miss.
Issippi river which can rival the eels.
bta ed Red River Valley of the North i
tj superior quality of its cereals. It iý
the only agricultural section in the stat
8OO ontana, where crops can be raise
v2 hout irrigation. Vegetables of a
kinds are grown in abundance, while
8 lea, plums, peaches, cherries, peare
uapd the small fruits such as strawber4
ries, blackberries, goosebe'rnes, raspber
ries are being raised successfully. Wi
a ready market for all products of th
soil in the rich mineral di tricts to th
east, west and south, the farmers of th3
Flathead valley will soon be classed
am' ng the wealthiest and most Influen.
tail of this new count ry. Wheat averages
thirty-five bushels per acre, oats sixty
bushelsbarley forty bushels, rye thirty
bushels, potatoes 400 busihels, cabbage
ten tons per acre, rutabag
The Flathead ri
making a tot
Under th.r race
gress these boo
Ednd con ie pur
According to tb
of the 103,489,28
in the Lt its duri
020,000 was raw
state's Sul rema
In the norther
are hidden vast
quality of coal t
rones are already
velou want of th
render this sectio
bodies of coal lie I
which g.ve prowls
Natural gab h
um of the
clay is found,
tional opport ni
ture of poutevry,
maker a conven.
ply for his kiln.
brick of a moat
b )en wade from
oue handsome bu
va:ley stand as
uci n, e41 be
F.a heid vs
silver a pper
already been dis
the astention a
xauidclrn utlarn t
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