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 If  V  )'  e-mi  ���������SSa    JOE EQI-1  Give us a Trial,   we  do Good Work at  REASONABLE  PRICES-  J3  SIXTH YEAR.^     CUMBERLAND,   B.   C.   TUESDAY , AUG.    i6tH.; -1898  :  up  A Ne^S*ock<>f  4,'  L  fife-  I"  I  iij  1  1   K .'  ,A fine line'of  ..'���������Combs & Brushes,  (Perfume and Toilet  'Waters. ' Tooth-  ���������  brushes & Powders,  ^French and   Eng-  )lish Toilet Soaps.  All New Goods.  Mason's Extract of  Herbs for Summer  _3ririk.  -o-  Poisbn -Fly .Paper,,  and Tanglefoot   ,   .  '*"    \'<*     ���������**���������������   - '  Insect.Powder., and  ..   .a       <  -Bedbug Destroyers.  ;..    :o   A complete line ofV-  Patent.  Medicines..*  ,    SEMIxlN  to form ��������� a 'Cabinet.  PEACE  AT IiAST  Between U. S. and Spain  * ' -  ^ '  Russia and England Antagonists  > -  Nanaimo in   the   parrlk���������Clauss  Attempts.'Suicide. f:  r        *-  ONLY PURE DRUGS FOR DISPENSING.  PEACEY   &    CO.  , )    -  i'i  ������i > *  ; ' P.O.,, Box 233'    -   - v    ^ ; Victoria,  Cumberland representative Rey.f W*m., Hicks.  ;'    ���������.     ������      ;        ..' : ���������7--' TTTT ^     .    -    ,  ^LSfeh'ts'foPthe'famous''Mason- & -R'isch^pian'bs'.  _J_~ ' - ^  ( ;,    . -     .Tuning, repairing, polishing    -    *,  .Mail   ordersvw-ilL-v.Tee-eiye-^ '--.prompt-  .'attention.  " '      ...      V *     >       ������. ,    - v-  " "       .'     .      '        >   r t        ���������      K* "'  All kinds ;6f- music/ met} ni'usigal; .iijist^ments.  China's Offensive Alliance.  * ���������  ���������London, Aug.  13.���������The  morning   pa  pers express Ihe-growing* indignation   of"  the country at' the position pi  affairs  ,in  China.  'The Daily Graphic says  if this  ^stafe'of things "continues "the guns will go  off themselves., ��������� A, correspondent of the  Daily''mail^who proposes to ,divulge the  .terms of the Iongrexistmg treaty between  , Chtn'a'arfd,Russia', says it is not less than  an*offensive alliance.' -.China' undertakes  -"     '     '  ''. W f'V-v;V\'-'\.-'  to regard Russia.as-having a  preponder-  ..ati,ng\influence in all^ questions of  com-  ���������mercial and 'internafion'al   policies,   and  Russia-is;to supr3crt,;'^Cli:na<i against   all>  .open'dooY 4en">'*-Ac*si*,and.'fiuance interna- -���������  tional "developments:". ChiWialso. grants' ���������  Z3E-A.IjE!I^S      T3^Tf  ������  eneral  ^  .*' r  ���������erebait-dke^  "j  f.  ������  ������S*Dealer in  *  -  IPlumbing and general  Sheetiran.work  PRuMPTLY    DONE  ,fSTA gent -far the  ^Celebrated "Gurney  Sou-venir Stoves and   ;R a n ge s   Manufacturer of the  New Air-tight heaters  MORTGAGE SALE. *  Under and by virtue of the powders of sale contained in certain  Mortgages ^.tluly iregistered in the  ^Land Registry'Office at "Victoria.,  ,'B. C, and nnmbere-d 16107 D in  ���������chargebook, volume 12, and 134 J)  .in charge book, volume 13., the following valuable proderty is offered  for sale by tender, viz: Lot 19 on  the plan of Lewis' Subdivision of  Section 14, in,Comox District, together with the hotel thereon,  known as the. Courtenay House.  Tenders for the purchase -of the  above land and premises will be  received by William fLewis, -vCq.ur-  tenay, near Comoz, .:B. C, up to  jthe 2QtJi������ of August, 1-898.  vi.  NOTrCE TO CONTRACTORS. >  Sealed '.tendors will be  received by the  .Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  at Victoria to noon of Monday,  August  *il5',h;,TS985'',for,t_e7construction,of a jpub-  lic school building 'at- Union.    Plans and'  specifications may bre seen at the goveim-  ment'office Cumberland, andfblank form  offenders obtained  from the undersign-'  ,ed. All tenders to be made uprai the private forms supplied for the-purpose.  The lowest or any*tender not necessarily accepted.  W. B. ANDERSON,  Government Agent.  Cumberland, D C, Aug. 4, 189S.  remains-mistress,ptf the- noith,and Enj^-���������  land is assured of^ her influence  on  the  _ *' *  Yangtse Kiang river.  Imshort the line of  sections  are   beginning,   to   be  marked  along,tin1 line of the  disruption  that will  occur whenever China   falls   to   pieces.  Clearly   neither   France,   Germany,   or  Japan could hold aloof.    France 'in  the  event of war will support Russia.-  '     ' \ <������������������-, Protocal  Signed.   ,      -' '  -;' .'Washington, Aug.   13���������President Mc-  Kinley is receiving'compliments  from all  parts of the  country _ on   the successful,  termination of tlie war, ��������� Th'e peace   protocal is signed and the war at an'end.  "  Cumberland,,.arid Courtenay, B. C.";J  THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC,  Editor of Newts:���������  *   Allow me briefly to qunvup-the "Liquor  Trafic," as the-case is to come-before the  'electors of Canada-f-the' grand jury  that  is to decide the matter. ���������-        ,     ���������  On-behalfof the Hiquor it is claimed  that good men have spoksn.in its-fav,or,t  have>even drunk a little of it witqe-ut any .  'apparent injury; that it adds .seven mil-,  lion dollars asvear to our revenue, \and *  helps some men to keep comfortable  accommodations-for .travelers and makes-  us all then as* .patriots, as- ������������������ citizens, vae  philanthropists,,as Christians, do our-duty  an.d vqte^to freevour (Country of,'this,dead-  Jy-foe.   ^ r  .  .'        "    ' -s/f.-crawforid.J -  WOTIOE.  "  I, Wi'liam   Gleason,   of   the   City   of  Cumberland  in the  Province  of British  Columbia, hereby: give  notice that   I -intend lo apply at the next  regular sitting  of the Board of Licensing Comrnissioners  in and for the City of Cumberland  to be  held on the second- Wednesday  in  Sep-'  teinber 1S9S, for a license   to sell   by  retail, wines, spirits, beer and other fermented or intoxicating liquors on my-premises known as the ''INew England  Restaurant" situate on Dunsmuir -Avenue, upon  Lot .-j,  Block. Ill,   City   of  Cumberland  aforesaid.  ���������" ���������   \ ������������������  Dated at City of Cumberland,: August  ijtlj, :189s.  WILLIAM GLEASON.  NOTICE  During my temporary absence Mr. Ken-  neth Grant will conduct for me the under  talcing business. Orders left at my-residence on Maryport Avenue will receive  prompt attention.    P.O. Box No 5  Cumberland,'.{.'in. 29. .9S.   Ale?-. Gnmt  Court JMCartialed and. Shot.  y ���������        * t ���������  Marin'ctta, Aug.   13-^-Word  has  been  received   ftom   Ponce   th/it   private  La  wLuke  of 2d.,   Wisconsin  regiment ������who  shot anddcilled private  Stafford during a  (���������quarrel in a saloon  at   Ponce  was  court  ���������martialedton Au^. 3d", found guilty, orid-  shot on the morning of the 4th of Aug.-   ;  Forruing a Cabinet.  Victoria, Aug   13.--Hon. Robert Beav-  en has declined the task of foiming a Ca- '  binet and  the Lieutenant-Governor-has '  called upon Mr. CliarJes Semlin,' M.P.P-"  to form a ministry, and Mr.   Semlin   has  accepted the task.  Later.���������Mr. Semlin will not be   able  'to make a statement until Monday.  Clauss   Tries  to Cheat the   Gallows.  There was quite a sensation when it  became known-ihat Joseph Clauss, who  will .suffer the penalty of death on Wednesday, Aug. 17, for the murder of .Hen-  drickson and Burnes, had attempted to  take his life by strychnine. He is .yery  ill, but the doctor in charge thinks he-can  pull him through. It has not been .dis-'  closed how "he got thc poison.  K'anaimo in Darkness.  favor during 60 years  of careful .inquiry  and intelligent observation.  '' The firsr and greatest dbjeption 'to the  sale and*use>of-intoxicating -liquors as a  beverage is that itis\in   direct .opposition  , to the grand principle on nvhich . the  Almighty governs the universe and the  foundation of every righteous law on  earth:* the greatest amount of goud' to  the greatest number' of individuals ex-  tending over the longest .period of duration.  '���������-1 s . . ���������   .  , The second  charge is that  it  ruins its  victims; morally, mentally, socially,  phy-  sically   and   financially-;    destroys  them  soul and body for lime   and for   eternity.  The next objection is that two-thirds of  -the ci-ime and nme^tenlhs of the  pauper-  ' ism in Canada-are. <-,cai*sed   by the^iquor  - *( * *  traffic.'     1  .  ��������� <..C\ '    -���������      >,  Ab ,a revenue" producer ������t, is a failure,  taking two million   dollars  more  out  of  the treasury-evcry year than it  puts  into  it     It"lilcewi_e sends vast sums of money  which is needed to cany   on  business at  home,   to-Spain and France, and- pthei  foreign countries,   much   .of.it   npyer   to  return.    When a man spends his .money  ' for almost anything else,   he gives >. useful ;J  employment to  his  fellow  citizens;  and  has something  valuable An -return;" but  what does tU2 drur-kard get from his en-  \0otton,Minister of finance.   The  other members are not yet decided  upon.    Much dissatisfaction is ez--  \ - - '  pressed .-here ,at .two   being taken  from Vancouver.  Joseph Clauss, the murderer, died  in hia ceil at 10.40 Saturday night.  /Indian Mound Exhumed.  'Prof. -Holland"/. Smith, .of 'American  Museum of Anatomy, .with' his Ayife, ar;e  camped on-the beach at-Comox ?Bay.  Mr. Smith has* several men at work for  him .in securing ancient remains.  Among other things .they are opening up  Indian- mounds, and are said to be quite  successful in finding many objects qf  interest.  .THE %CO_JL   PROTESJ.  A copy of a Petition filed .against the,  return of the election of James Dunsmuir  member for Comox  Electoral District in  the Provincial Legislature, has been  for  warded to John   Baird,  Esq ,  Returning  Officer -of  this   district.    Mr.   Douglas  Grant of Comox is the pelilioner, and his  agent is .David S. Walbridge  whose.address.'is .Room,������, I*ylc,KinnDn ,B]oqH, .Vancouver.  ;I\Tan-iimo���������One of the boilers of the  electric light plant here burst Fridayevea,  ing at.10 o'clock, tearing part of the roof  of the building off. Fortunately no one  was near enough to be injured. The city  as a result will,likely, be in darkness for.a  wf-'.-k.  emy? A ruined character and a broken  constitution. It is-weil known vthat,the  use of liquor,creates for itself an abnoi-  mal, insatiable, and accelerated appetite,  . which becomes hereditary, and-ruins;the.  posterity of the, poor degraded victim.  If this sad traffic is to be continued.for  the next 40 years we must take the chil.  dren .who are how in the home, the  day  school, and the.Sabbath school, to fill the  places of the present victims.    If I   vote  to continue   this   evil   I   render   myself  accountable for-.my share of all che crime  .and misery that shall  ensue.    Whatever  /does more harm   than good   ought to be  .oiohibited.    We are a law   abiding  peo  pie, and a law, extending   over the whole  Domtnio;'! could be easily enforced.    Let  CONJDITIOISr OF TRUNK ROAD.  The lower part of the Comox .Trunk  *road���������Comox end���������-is iCompleted with  the exception of a few bridges oyer small  streams. These are now being bpilt  Probably in four week.; chey will be coin-  pleted. The party working up from Nanaimo end have about two anct a half  miles of new road to .make, arid sliQiild  not be long in'finishing .that. -For a new  road it will be, it is 'sa-ui,'iri'-.gpod;.qondi-  liqn. ������������������.'���������'���������  THE THlSTLiiJ QLAIM.  Anthony Wataoa writes on Aug. 3d-from  Alberni that the company..with which he  is connected, has bonded the .Thistlp for  $1.5.00 cash down. They intend, ,he.says,  to drive twr> tuuaela.-iad areibuilding^tPfl-i  pocai-y traiL ."���������_'.'. ,   ,   ���������-.,'     .  < I -I-f  *- !     ������   I  .     %  '  +y. ���������" flit\  -J v3iii!"p'ipc'������l  'i   < V w-t**������."1  r     "  iCr-      tr    -  I.       . "1   te. .  '    "S   J -,' ,*-',;l  1. t       ���������������������������, *--'j*l  i-, /;���������  NEW CABINET.     .  ��������� .���������    .  '  Vancouver Gets tHe Lion's Share  ��������� *-,    r    ���������   " ,*',,'>  *    1 ,,',<���������;        ������   ��������� ,*���������   '   '  ���������^Victoria,Aug.-16.-T-Three mem:-,  -bers oi -the-new "government-were  ���������sworn*in Monday afternoon. vThey  are Charles'  Semlin,* Minister^ of.  >r *  ~>>t  !. -*l  '-Jul  ���������^'1,1  ,,!.'*���������*  . L. -1 "  ^ ^ I  -*V   M-I  i  Jjands ���������-& Works," Premier:;Joseph  an'easy'tliving-for themselves  and  their    '\r    ,.     '��������� . * ,"���������- v ^ '' ~ , -  '      ������  u      y*> -     e   *   -'?'������. ��������� v Martin,  Attorney- General:. F. ��������� Q."  famines}   , It also makes those_ who 'drink - ^+V_   ^.^,.^ ^   _,:J.1__ *'   m_l  it'feel quite, jolly  fpr a short time.    This  is all I have   ever seen   or ,heard in  its  *V-^ S_'4_e  e,v.a__a iJmfxxjMAjM3XMaziXa&*sxXAKax������i���������t  ' ** ' , Ii ~        '    ���������     i^  f  ^  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  "MY WIFE'S LIFE."  Rooms -nd-Th-ir Colon.  Tharo are colors that are refreshing and  broadening, others that absorb light and  give a boxed up appearance to a room,  othera that make a room with a bleak  northern exposure or with no exposure at  all appear bright and cheerful, some that  make a room appear warm, some that  make it cold.  If a ceiling is to be made higher, leave  it light, that it may appear to recede,  deepening the color used on tho ceiling  Would make it lower���������an effect desirable  if tho room is small and the ceiling very  high. Various tones of yellow are substituted for'sunlight'.  The thermometer scorns to fall 6 degrees  when you walk into a bluo room. Yellow  is an advancing color. Therefore a room  ������ fitted up in yellow will appear smaller  than it is. On the other hand, blue of a  certain shado introduced generously into a  room will give an idea of space. Ked  makes no difference in 'regard to sizo.  Green makes very little.  If a bright, sunny room gets its light  from a space obtruded upon by russet colored or yellow paintod houses, or olso  looks out upon a stretch of green grass, it  should bo decorated in a color very different from the shade chosen if tho light  comes from only an unbroken expanse of  sky.  If olive or red brown be used in con-  - junction with mahogany furniture, the  result is very different from what it would  be if blue were used. Blue would develop  the tawny orange lurking in the mahogany.  Red brings out in a room whatever hint  ' of green lurks in the composition of the  other colors employed. f  Green needs sunlight to develop thc yellow in it and .makes it seem cheerful.���������  Exchange. '  Electric Cookiiijj Utensil. *        ������  ' Food can be quickly cooked in a new  electric utensil which has "two casings  surrounding a non-conducting material  with a string of beads of refracting ma-  ,terial wound around the inside casing on  a wire, through which the current passes  to heat the food inside the cooker.  How I was the means  of saving it.  ���������Wfcftn trie lungs are fattaefced and the  lymptoms of consumption appear, then  begins the struggle between affection and  that destroying disease which slays its  thousands annually. It is a happy issue  to the struggle when disease is conquered  and health restored. Such an issue does  not always end the struggle, but it did in  the case of Mr. K. Morris, Memphis, Tenn.,  who saw his wife wasting and weakening  and physicians helpless, and then suggested the simple remedy that wrought  the cure.   He tells the story thus:  "Seven years ago, my wife had a severe  attack of lung trouble whichthe physicians pronounced consumption. The  cough was extremely distressing,' especially at night, and was frequently  attended with the spitting of blood. The  doctors being unable to help her, I induced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral  and was surprised at, the great relief it  gave. Before using one whole bottle she  was cured, so that now she is strong and  ���������juite healthy. That this medicine saved  ny wife's life I have not the least doubt.  always keep Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral  .n the house. Whenever any of my family  have a cold or cough wc use it, aud are  promptly cured."���������K.  Tenn.  Momih, Memphis,  J M0H500HI  WKKEruniEAl  "IVr A 13/Hi T   1h f_ "NT   Ifc i8 8aid would have won the bat-  1~ xl-X7 V-f J__r I_V \J 1^1    tie of Waterloo had it not been foP  "���������������������������*���������7���������������������������-   a bad attack of indigestion.   Poor  tea'lR to a great extent responsible for the prevalence of this  complaint.  The question:    "Ts  consumption curable?" is still debated, and still debatable.  It is easy to say that this was not a case of  consumption.    Yet the physicians said it  was.    They should  know.     As  a'  matter  of   fact,' Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral   has  wrought so many similar  cures  that  it  seems to argue the  curableness   of consumption, iu its earlier stages, by the use  of this remedy.   There is no better m'-di- '  cine' for   pulmonary   troubles   than   Dr. c,  Aver's Cherry Pectoral.   It gives relief in  ca'ses of Asthma and Bronchitis, where relief has been heretofore unattainable.   It  promptly  cures   Coughs   and   Colds,   I.a  Grippe, and all affections of the throat and  lungs.   Anyone who is sick is  invited to  write to the-Doctor who is at the head of  the  staff  of  our newly   organized   Free',  Medical   Advice   department.     The  b:st  medical advice, on all  diseases,  without  reference to their curability by Dr. Ayer's  medicines. Dr. Ayer's Curebook sent free,  on   request.     Address,  J.   C.   Ayer  Co.,  X,owcll, Mass.  f  INDO-CEYLON TEA  wi uouixww  H00SU0U  l������_inu_-oaw  lMOOSHOU  Is absolutely pure, delicious and economical.   All Grocers'  keep it.,  Lead packets only���������25c, 30c. 40c, 50c & GOc per lb.    -  mivoun'W"!  MOOSUOU  ASK YOUK DEALER FOR ,  BOECKH'S  BRUSHES and BROOMS.  Leading Houses.  For Sale by all  CHAS. BOECKH 'ft' SONS,  Mauufacturcrs,  TORONTO ONT.  *L:uxl of Flowers.  Three hundred and eighty-five years  ago yesterday, on a morning as fair as  bine* sky ana the breezes of spring could  make it, Juan Ponce de Leon landed on  the coast of thc present Rtate of Florida,  and taking possession in the King's  name, unfurled the flag of , Spain and  called the place "The Land of Flowers."  And truly ifc seemed such on that bright  Easter morning, when ifc was a veritable  bower of'tropical bloom, whose fragrance  had been wafted out on thc land breeze  the night beforo, and been the first welcome promonition to the heartsick sailors  that land ���������wasjnear.j   GAINED 39 POUNDS.  THE EXPERIENCE OF MISS FLORA  FERGUSON, OF SYDNEY, N. S.  For Five Years She was an Almost  Helpless Invalid--Used Many Medicines -Without Benefit���������Dr. Williams* Pink Pills Restore Her  Health.  .From the Sydney, _������. S., Reporter.  Many of our Cape Breton readers, es-  -.pecially those residing in Sydney and  vicinity, will remember the subjtct of  this article, and also knew Miss Ferguson  -when residing at her home on Hardwood  Hill, just on the borders of the town.  From 1890 to 1895 sickness prayed upon  IMiss Ferguson, and from a bright and  -Lealthy girl she became an invalid, completely given up to weakness and despondency. In the spring of 1895 she left her  home and went to the States, where she  has a sister and other friends, thinking  that a change of climate might benefit  her. While there she was attended by  medical men. but without any improvement, in fact' she gradually grew worse,  until sho used to =-pend the greater part  of every day on the lounge at her sister's.  Friends came to see her, uiily to go away  with the sympathetic remark, '-Poor  Flora, she is not long for thi"; world."  From the beginning of her sickness up to  the time when the first box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills was taken, she had  tried upwards of twenty different kinds  of medicine���������some from doctors and  some of the many patent drugs for sale  at druggists. Hearing from a. friend of  r,ho value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Miss Ferguson resolved to give them a  trial, and requested her sister to got her a  box. Following tho directions carefully  sho began to take them. As day by day  went by she began to feel better and hor  spirits to return, and in the course of a  few weeks sho walked a mile to tho post-  office and homo again. Miss Ferguson  continued taking tho pills until sho had  used eight boxes, when she was completely restored to health and happiness. She  was again strong and health*. While  ill she had greatly run down in weight,  and at the time sho began using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, was reduced to 102  pounds, and when sho had completed  the eight box her weight had increased to  141 pounds. Only one month ago she  called at the home of the editor of this  paper to leave her address to have the  Reporter forwarded to her at Arlington,  Mass. During the moment's conversation with her the above facts were told to  Mr. W. A..'.Richardson, the editor, and  with beaming countenance Miss Ferguson  willingly agreed to have him tell the  people '-How Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  brought her from tho gates of death to  the enjoyments of health." He was astonished, as being well acquainted with  her when in Sidney, knowing how ill she  was and seeing her a physically changed  person was enough to cause anyone to be  amazed at the change.  The above facts can be verified by  writing Miss Ferguson, at No. 10 Henderson street, Arlington, Mass.; the editor of the Island Reporter, Sydney, 0. B.,  or any of the intimate frieiids of Miss  Ferguson, Hardwood Hill, Sydney.  Men aud Hoys In Wall Street. '  The most healthy relations between boys  and men exist in Wall street. There is no  rudoness on tho boys' part, no servile subordination, not much politeness. Thc men  are not kind,.indulgent, harsh; they demand quick, intelligent' service. They  get it. Tho boys ��������� get their pay and, aa"  they earn it, promotion. Each respects  tho other, and each knows the other's feeling. It is equality ;r'differonces aro forgotten.���������Kew York Commercial Advertiser. ,  Asfc for Minard's Liniment and take no otter."  Even if we cannot give, forth rays of  sunshine, it is not necessary for us to go  out of the way to cast shadows. ,     ' .  Dear SiU3,���������This is to certify that I  have been troubled with a lame back for  fifteen years. I have used three bottles  of your MINARD'S LINIMENT and am  completely cured.  ��������� It gives me great ��������� pleasure to recom-  ment it and you are at liberty to use this  in any way to further the uie of your  valuable medicine.  Two Rivers. Robert Ross.  Growth in grace is the  only safeguard  against backsliding and apostacy.  Minard's Liniment the Lumberman's Friend.  .���������.-jjj'  -,  Great minds must be ready not only to  take opportunities, but to make them.  Faith can remove mountains, but civil  engineers prefer to tunnel right ,through  them.       ,          Rev. Edgar B. Husband, The Rectory,  Paspebiac, Quebec, - writes: ������������������'! have  great pleasure in testifying to the efficacy of 'Quickoure.' I have used it after  other remedies failed, and found almost  instant relief,    I   always   keep   it with  me  in  A man recently drank a pint of yeast  in mistake for buttermilk. He rose three  hours earlier than usual next morning.  MEN  WHO ARE  WEAK  To all those suffering from Nerveus Debility and  Weakness, LOdT MANHOOD and premature Decay, Inability, Lack of Confidence, i>le_tal He-  press,on, Palpitation of the Heart, Weak Memory,  Exhausted Vitality, Errors of Youth, Vaiicocele,  etc *"  $1 BOX OF  MEDICINE FREE  THREE SCORE YEARS AND TEN, the greatest  Remedy for Men, acts in 21 hours. One box shows  wonderful results in most chronic, obstinate and  hopeless cases, and will suivly. cure recem.'cases,  dent seated on receipt- of 12 cents invstimps :to'  prepay postage, full regular .Si box. with-valuable  medical book, rules for health; and what to eat  and avoid. If you have iried others and failed  don't miss this. Write at once. if we could not'  help you we should not make this honest offer.  Address, QO EEN- MEDICINE, CO.?    ':  -.;���������:.-Box 947.'__'.-.-.-  Montreal.  TO CURE A COLD IN OXK DAV.  Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets. All  Druggists refund tho monov if it fails to cure,  lioc.  Sun Insurance Office. ">  Eastern Assurance Co.       J  Quebec Fire Insurance Company.  London and Lancashire Life Ins. Co.  British and Foreign Marino Ins. Co.  Lloyd's Glass, Insurance, Company.  W. It. ALLAN. t  -Sonera! Agent,    "  Winnipeg-  fr  BOVRIL  Is"a''condensod food; < capable of preserv,*-  -;   . .        ing physical strength  ;   Through Any Physical Strain  1 .'   "     '       '    <���������    >  And is equally valuable to those fc'quir-  \-   '���������"���������'.''       ing to use  GREAT  MENTAL   STRAIN.  "  ���������       [It ha3 no equal for giving  Strength to the Invalid  And   it   will   agree   with  stomachs.     Get it from'  ���������*   gist or., grocer and test  its value.  the   weakest  your drug-  '.VI     '  Send Your Name and Address  ON POSTAL CARD TO  DiRICHARDS, Wooflstock, Ontario  AND I WILL RETURN YOXT  FREE, AN ILLUSTRATED BOOK.  Yours truly. D. RICHARDS  Our NO. 1 Collection contains 33 full sized packets .or'  the best Vegetable Seeds, sufficient to furnish vegetables 'throughout  the year, and one Ttscket of Wild-Garden Flower Seeds, which we will  send prepaid to any address In the Donjinion of Canada or United States for  the extremely low price of W.  nr No. 2 Collection contains 16 packets of Vegetable Seeds and one  packet Wild Garden flower Seed Mixture.   Prepaid for 50 cents.  _ *  hir No. 3 Collection contains 8 packets of Vegetable Seeds for 25c.  Onr No. 4: Collection contains 40 packets of Ftewor Seeds for SI.  Olir No.. 6 Collection contains 20 packets of Flower Seeds for 50c: ������  L  ,Olir No. 6 Collection containslO packets of Flower Seeds for 25c. r- *���������  All postpaid on receipt of price.   For varieties in above collections Bee our Handsome nic_-  trated Catalogue containing other great offers.   Mailed free to' any address.  PR, ALSTON, Royal Greeimise J WEstafflstent, WINNIPEG,MAN  First Prize at the World's Fair, Chicago, 1893.  ALPHA DE LAVAL  W. N. U  164.  London and Canadian Loan & Agency Co., Li  195 LOMBAJRD ST., WIKNIPEG.  Money to Loan on Improved Farms.  FARMS FOR SALE  In the best districts in-the province.  proved and unimproved.   o   Im-  Sehd for our Lists.       Prices Low.  GEO. J. MAUL-SON,  Terms Easy.  Manager.  Awarded   FIRST   PRIZE  at  EVERY .Competition (bat ono) I,a Oreat.Britain.'  Users say they pay for themselves in Six'Months.  ������      '. , ���������  Every -JAlpha-Laval11 is Guaranteed to perfectly Separate the Quantity Stated, and  requires Less Power to Work than any other Separator.  REDUCED PRICES, INCREASEDCAPACITY.    ���������������������������  1. Tho "Alpha" makes one third,  moro butter and of a higher quality  than  shallow  pan   or-   deep    can  system.  2. Tho "Alpha" De Laval gives  the farmer 10 per cent more buttor  than any other. Separator.  8: The "Alpha" has nineteen  moro sepavuting discs than any  other Separator on tlie market.  4. The "Alpha" is the only  Separator bought by the Manitoba  (government, in  use  at tho Dairy  . School. '  5. ' The    "Alpha"   will   'pay    for  itself with   twenty.cows   in    one  season.  ���������   0.   Tho  -'Alpha"   De   Laval   will,  , turn one-third easier without noiso  than most of the .Separators on tho  market.  7. Chicngo'Produce, of March 27,  1807. It. gives Separator statistics  of 23.') "Wisconsin Creameries, showing the use of iiSG Separators in the  same. 2 7 O of whicli are '' A, 1 p' h a'.'  cl������ Jjaval.'SO "Sharpies," 80 Danish Weston," 20 "Alexandra," 12  "Reid-Danish," 11 '-U.S.". and 4  "Barber-Overflow." >  Do not be   misled by ajrents.    Make   thorough   enquiry  about  thej Alpha  De  Laval before buying.  Principal Agencies: ' ���������     _        '      "  _ ,  , -m-     o���������' j.  Write for Separator Catalogue, JNo. 2oi, to  Great Britain, Ireland and British '-n~ ..._-     _. _ .-.m>7Mii������ ������������������������������,��������� ������#    mm  f^eT^a^TairS THE DE LAVAL DAIRYTSUPPLY CO.,  Queenslancl.NewZealand.Soiith ������,,       ,    ttrr,T���������TnT1���������  sfeSoiS?iwSS' Chicago-        132 Princess Street,  To be innocent is to he not guilty; but  fco be virtuous is to overcome our evil  feelings and intentions.���������William Pcnn.  Minard's Liniment is used Dy Physicians.  Sprocket���������I've just, joined the Beginners1 Cycle Club. HanHle'^ar hat are  your colors?    Sprocket���������Black and blue.  leep Minard's Liniment in tlie House.  ^Us7lA6 f  qrutAis-  f���������' )J^L  $������US *������J^7V  ������������������'������  ���������f  ri  HI  '  J Ml  M  4\  x\i  ���������M  (I  d  -" %  (i*j  Vi  I


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