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 1. ' '  to  Semi-  Weekly  Edition.  .v.m  2?0R  TOTO  . JOB EBHOTft  Give us a Trial,   we  do Good Work at  REASONABLE  -PRICES.  *% r  SIXTH YEAR,     CUMBERLAND, ,B:f������.   TUESDAY AUG, 23rcL. 1898  \J  V  have  up  A 'New, Stock of  Stationen and Books.  Russian Bear  WiU    iCr |link  /f  A fine line of  Combs & Brashes,  Perfume and ToiUt  Waters,    Tooth-  brushes 6 Pow4ers,  I  PraiMh an4   Bng  If sh Toilet  '^���������vf  AUNew Goods.  Mason's Extract, of  Herbs for Summer  Drink.  Poison Fly Paper,  and Tanglefoot  Insect Powder, and  Bedbug Destroyers.  0 -  A complete line of  Patent  fub* dbtjos fob dispensing.  Medicines.  PEACEY   &   CO.  <eS@3S833SSaSS3S8������@fe3&������3@3  : ^gggg@8sgg������������s@@ggggggg  Hicks A Co.  P.O. Bc&333  Victoria, B. G.  <������  Oiifrtb������rlaiK| rtpreaentative Rev. Win. Hicks.  ������*!  Agents for the famous Mason.& Risch pianos.  1 sj * ���������-1        ,. * '*f\i' "       ������ \~~r*f~ i J  f*Tunihg, repairing, polishing  Mail  orders will  receive    prompt    attention.  ijrV)l l^mifcof music and, mtrfcical instruments.  h  CH.TimrL  r MTpealer in  Stow and Tinware  Plumbing and general  ; 7������heeUron vyork  '^' ''f^jmPTLY   DONE  ������rAc������������t for th������  Celebrated Qurney  !  Souvenir Stoves and  ���������*���������Ranges������������������  XaniiteMwrer of the  New Air-tight heaters  ������m  CA.BD or THAXXS   .  Mm Alex, MeUad* 4min> to express her  Humkt + kv MmU aac the public tor  tbeWirieJlyfcelp ead wprewdeoe ������{ tympa-  ^tyat her b������we*������������������ejit, an* for ftb* tweet  jreii^brMoe;(]if 4o������r������re at, the funeral of  ^'hiMUai-1';;-,;''  ,     HOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  - Sealed tenders will be received by the  TCbief Commissioner of. Lands and Works  at Victoria to noon of Monday, 'August  I jth, 180S, for the construction of a public school building ar Union. Plans and  specifications may be seen at the government office Cumberland, and blank form  of tenders obtained from the undersigned. All tenders, to be made upnn the private forms supplied for the purpose.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. '' ,  W, B. ANDERSON,  Government Agent.  Cumberland, B.C., Aug. 4, 1898.  0:-::- QAM ftFTBAFU '/'-.".  . '.Vr. amd Ure. &' MdMo wish to thank  through the (sokunoe e! The News their  Iriead* m4 the poblio fer their Malst-  .'���������'���������^'afe^toredt'ejid eympettiy ��������������� freely ex-  '-, fltffofr npoa tfee; ace���������too of 4ae death of  *"   1 jkkb; and /for the kindly contribution  of flovwa.  -i'������������������ }^aU^-~ihi������ tender* (or tho sinkiug of  Nr. 5 *������ft m*������t -be in by Sept. 1 '98.  -, jjiii \mtmKmBV0mm uji l m<   hi   "mj  mi'  ��������� ' T������^;;JJjews Qmcz  '   *ritb   fmt  printing Itsasonabl* prices prevail  NOTICE.  I, William Gleason, of the City ol  Cumberland in the Province of British  Columbia, hereby giv^e notice that I intend to apply at tti^ihext; regular sitting  of the Board of Licensing Commissioners  in and for the City^of Cumberland to be  held on the second Wednesday in September 1898, for a license to sell by retail, wines, spirits, beer and other fermented or intoxicating liquors on my premises known as the: "New England Restau-  rantw situate on Dunsmuir Avenue, upon  Lot v Block III, City of Cumberland  aforesaid. * ���������  Dated at City of Cumberland, August  ;th,"i&8.  WILLIAM GLEASON.  NOTICE  During my temporary ahsence Mr.Ken-  neth Grant will conduct for me the under  taking business. Orders left at my residence on Maryport Avenue will receive  prompt attention.    P.O. Box No 5  Cumberland, Jan, 39. 98.   Alex. Grant  Spirit of the Pt-ess.  , ' ^- - '���������&��������� -.  Cabinet Complete  More Gold.  , -'      ' \i  THE CABINET.  N   Victoria, Aug.20.���������An extra Pro-  vindial Gazette was issued to-day,  rannouncing the appointment of J.  v-'i       "V    ' ' ' 1*"   >i -  P. Hume of Kootenay, m Provincial Secretary and Minister of  Mines. He will also act as Minis-  ter of Education. Mr: Semlin said  to-day that completed the ^ Cabinet  for the present, but that later there  would be six ministers. . It is un-  derstood the position of Minister of  Education will be, kept open for  Mr. Higgins. :  The Cabinet therefore stands  as  follows:    ..   3  Jj  Charles Semlin, Commissioner ofe  Lands and Works, Premier; F^C.  Cotton. Minister of Finance: Jos-  eph Martin, Attorney-General; Dr.  McKechnie, President of Executive  Council: and J.F.Hume; Provincial  Secretary and Minister oiiT Mines,  and Acting Minister of "Education.'  WILL RUSSIA YIELD?    -  London, Aug. 20.-r-You inay expect to hear next week   that   England and Russia have come to a de-  cisionas to their future   relations:  but the   nature  of the  decision!  <���������peace or war���������to-day   hangs   in  the balance.   I hear  on   excellent  authority that Lord Salsbury falls  back upon his original position,and  if Russia refuses to bring herself to  remain within' the   limits   agreed  upon, she must take the consequences.   The British fleet is ready   at  the moment for hostilities.   Officers  on leave have been warned to   hold  themselves   ready   to   join    their  ships on sudden summons.   In the  meantime Lord Salsbury is waiting  for Russia's   decision; but   Russia  has not yet made up her mind. ���������  MORE KLONDIKE GOLD.  Nanaimo, Aug. 20.���������S. S. Dirigo  arrived this afternoon from , Klondike with  forty   passengers;   and  over $200,000 between them. They  report that Skagway has been completely deserted by the male population who have gone to   the   new  gold fields in Pine Creek and   Ta-.  gish Lake.  THE THUNDERER TALKS.  London, Aug. 20.���������The Times  this morning says it foresees circumstances which may compel the  United States to a permanent occupation of Cuba; and adds if Amer.  ica is prepared to undertake the responsibility of the government of  the whole of the Phillipines, it is  hard to see how any other power  could interfere. If the United  States repudiates such responsibil  ity, a very perilous state of' things  might ensue, because it would not  be any easy dispute as to the right of  other powers to terminate the state  of anarchy. In any case no European power need reason upon finding the United States as easy to coerce as Japan.  /  The Grants Home  :Iust five minutes 9C>|ur o,dpck jesterr  day (Mooday)^ carriage drove up to the  residenc������o4 Mr, Akx. Grant, on Mary-  ^sU^nream^.OB il������iront(1seat ww.Mr.  Kenneth Grant and Mr. 'Alex.  Grant;  > back seat was occupied by Mr.   Robert  Grant and wife.   Mr. Alex. Grant sprang  ���������ut first and diterig&ginit* himself from  the attentioos of those who surrouaded  the carriage"!!! welcome, pie quicklj disappeared behind the front  door of his  dwelling.   In a few mmtites  Ms; and  Mrs. Robert Grant were  drlveo  home,  and in the evening, Mr. Grant, familiarly  "called "Bob" held a sort of levee  The Grants look well, aad  have  evi-'  dently not been injured  by  their  fight'  with the rugged, wild elements, in search  for hidden treasure. /  They left Dawson at 10 o'clock in the  evening, of Aug. 4th, taking the   steamer  Willie Irwin up the  Yukon  to   White  Horse Radids, riding around to the head  of Miles'Canyon, where  they took the  steamer   Olive May  to  Lake   Bennett;  then on foot a mile to Linderman   Lake,  and from there on   steamer   across   the  lake: then   over   Chilkoot   Pass,   dowu  through Sheep Camp to Dyea and Skagway, from which   place   they   saited  on  Amur to Victoria, which they reached on  the Sunday morning. The papers there,apprised them pretty fully of the Trent river disaster.    Hence, as soon as possible  they took the train   for   Nanaimo,   and  were kindly driven over to Wellington by  Mr. McCutcheon where they found   Kil-  patrick,s carriage in   waiting, and   were  taken over the south end of  the   Nanai-  mo-Comox truek road, which   they   des^  cribe as a "daisy"���������and a very big   and  beautiful one at that���������"Why it was   delightful to drive over it" said one of them  "If we had such roads here���������"  "Yes, I know, but when did   you   get  to Big Qualicum?"  "Don't forget; that road," he replied.  "But Qualicum ?"  "Yes, we stopped there with the carriage, and walked about six miles to  Deep Bay where we got a boa*, and  made the distance from Nanaimo to Geo.  Howe's, in 9 hours ��������� yes, a Jittle less.  And here Mrs. Grant and Kenneth were  I waiting for us with our carriage."  John Urquhart came down , with thertir'" -  to Victoria and will De up Wednesday.-'-  Hugh Miller, who made a nice iittl stake,   ,  and who left Dawson in July, will also be  . here on to-morrow's steamer.  Note.���������Sketchy articles of Klondike,  life, scenery,   prospecting,''mining,  etc.  will appear in these "columns later on.,    ,  WILL LECTURE.  i -Ml  *       It  ,    On Wednesday evening of thisweel?       Kv'"-;-/&  ' at the Methodist Church, Miss^Murcut^V*"   i*,t J$  eloquent  Australian, -lady, will ,lecture4- Vi  Her lecture at Courtenay some weeks, ago* - ', , -  on Australian Life and * Scenes,'also her -    ������'  ' vivid pictureof theevils of .intemperancfei --"'':  are remembered as an intellectual treat. -  'She is well worth'lisiening toVon'ari'y sdb  ject and, will doubtless draw a  crowded  house.   We can promise that her lecture     " p"'  will be brilliant and entertaining.  ���������A?  ,/  Dr. Lucas, who is known as an , able  speaker, will fill the Presbyterian pulpit  here next Sunday morning, and will' also  occupy Rev. Mr. Hick's pulpit in the'evening. It is announced that there" will be  no kervice at the Presbyterian Church in  the evening.  Wharf Notes  Last week it was a sad sight when almost  the entire population followed the cofSs-,of  young Walter Work to the steamor.  On Thursday the new coke barge' came in  with 12 C. P. R. can, towed by the tug  Cur. After these were landed to be filled  the barge was towed back to Vancouver,  and was expected .to return to the wharf on  Monday night with 12 more empties, and  take over 12 cars filled with coke.  On 8unday, H. M. S. flagship Imperieine  accompanied with a torpedo boat passed up  to Comox Bay where was anchored another vessel of Her Majesty's navy.  Some vessels, bound north, have stopped  here for coal but could not of course be  supplied.  The City of Grand Rapids came in on  Monday morning with a party bound north  They appeared in no hurry to get away.  The family of Mr. R. B. Anderson, who  has been summering here for a few weeks,  left for their home in Cumberland, the first  of this week.  Note.���������The C. P. R. cars used to convey the coke are quite large and hold by  tested weight 20 tons each. The barge  is known as Transfer "No. 1.  Immediately after the the accident on  Wednesday.Mr. Enoch Walker and Win  Bell, who wert- at work under the bridge,  did what was possible for the survivors, as  did also Mrs. Harwood who was early present: but practically nothing could be done  in exhuming the bodies buriepVin the wreck.  until the arrival o������ the wrecking car. jpW^Pa^lwjiaw ���������*  *fj  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  A REAL BOSTONIAN.  *   CAREFULLY   DRAWN    PICTURE   OF  THE  HUB'S TYPICAL CITIZEN.  Built on Straight lanes and Follows a  Regular Schedule From Birth to Death.  His Mortal Horror of "New Yorkers and  That Class of People."  It is tho custom of those who do not  livo in Boston to regard tho Hub and those  who do livo in it with' humorous tolerance. Tho typical Bostonian is publicly  supposed to habitually wear spectacles,  subsist wholly upon baked beans, garnish  his daily talk with archaic forms of speech  and, becauso ho pronounces tho "a" broad,  to be possessed of lurking Anglomaniacal  tendencies. Not one of theso suppositions  is correct. Tho typical Boston man differs  only in one rospoct from thoso who hull  from other cities." Tho Bostonian is insular to tho core. He judges the universe  from tho standpoint of his bringing up,  and tho fact that this standpoint exists  only in Boston bothers him not at all..  , Boston is so geographically situated that5  tho tide of commercial travel does not pass  through it. No ono goes to Boston in order to get anywhero except to Boston, and,  as a result, tho average Bostonian is  brought littlo in contact with the outside  world. Thero exist in Boston young men  and women of tho best'.families who have  never been-farther from that city than  '   Capo Cod, and novor will go farther.  ' Tho career of a young Bostonian is planned for him in advance. At tho ago of 10  ' he goes to Miss Hannah Adams'school,  en Chestnut street; at the ago of< 15 he  #ocs to Mr. Hopkinson's school, also on  Chestnut street, and at 19 ho enters Harvard college, where he joins eithor the  Porcellian or the A. D. club. After graduation he takes a hurried trip through the  i principal capitals of Europe, glancing casually at tho stock sights and comparing  them unfavorably with his native town.  Ho gets home as quickly as he possibly  can.  Certain forms of commercial occupation  aro open to him and others are not. For  , example, coal is permissible, whilo leather  is "low." A very well known Bostonian,  now dead, never spoke to a leather merchant and always left tho room whenono  ontored. In tho meantime tho young man  has joined tho Somerset and the Country  clubs. Ho then marries a girl, noedless\to  eay of 'soino "good old Boston family,"  and this girl ho has usually known from  infancy. He has danced with her at the  "Friday afternoon" class at Papantic, and  together they have climbed tho rocks at  Nahant in search of tho mythical '.'fairy  food" which is supposed to exist there and  doesn't.  Together, then, this young- couplo settle  down to live on tho sunny side of eithor  Beacon'street or Commonwealth avenue.  Mark, the sunny side. Doubtless some very  worthy persons live on tho shady side of  theso thoroughfares, but���������well, the good,  thoroughgoing Pfstonian always choose?  tho sunny side and leaves the shady side  to bo inhabited-by "Now Yorkers and that  class of people, "as an elderly maiden lady  in Boston once put it. With matrimony  tho orderly existence of tho true Bostonian  continues upon its well ordered way. He  fjets up every morning at 8 o'clock and  breakfasts at half past. At 9 ho walks up  Beacon hill, meeting and gathering with"  him as ho goes friends who lead exactly  tlie samo well regulated life that he docs.  The y o'clock march of the business men  of Boston up Beacon hill is a feature of  tho city's daily life.  At 1 o'clock they all go to luncheon at  the Exchange club, which, like the Somerset-. Puritan and Algonquin clubs, has a  ladies' dining room, where tho feminine  relatives of tho members can lunch and  lino and "chargo" tho bill to tho members. At 4 o'clock all tho business offices  are deserted, and the business man goes to  his! club, where he stays till 0:30. meantime drinking two Martin cocktails made  very dry���������never more than two.  At 6:30, in company with the same men  with whom ho walked up Beacon hill in  the morning, he walks down Beacon hill  at night. At 7o'clock ho dines. At 10:30  ho takes a nightcap of whisky At 11  o'clock ho goes to bed.  On tho 20th of May tho true Bostonian  moves himself and his belongings to Beverly or Nahant. It is popularly supposed  that all well to do BosLonians always move  out of town on tho 29th day of April in  order to dodge taxes.    No ono over did.  Beverly haf, been invaded more or less  by "New Yorkers and that class of people." but Nahant retains its Boston purity.-  Thoiatc Thomas App'.eton well named  it "cold roast Boston." Tho steamer  - leaves Nahant at 8 o'clock every ninrnin-.',.  and at 8 o'clock' the true Bostonian, in  company with the same men with whom;  ho has walked up and down Beacon hill  all winter, takes the steamor ' and--plays'  hearts in tho smoking room for an hour.  At 5 o'clock ho takes the same steamer and  plays whist with- tho samo men for an  hour. Why hearts in the morning and.  whist in the afternoon has never been explained.  Tho true Bostonian seldom 4. as out in  the evening either in the city or the country. In Beverly bo can't go out, even if he  wishes to. Tho distances are.so great that  horses are necessary, and tho avenues are  so steep and so dark and so winding-that-  ���������horses are impossible. But the truo Bostonian does not go ont at night. Every  now and then he docs go out, and when  he does he���������well, to put it mildly, he un-t  bends. It is related of a very well known  and very typical Bostonian of the olden  school that ho onco walked into tho Somerset club and saw a strango face.  "Who's that?" he said.  "Why, that's a stranger," said ono of  the members.  "Punch his head," said tho typical Bostonian laconically.  A great friend of this samo Bostonian  moved into the suburbs of Boston to a spot  about as far away from Boston as Jersey  City is from tho city hall in New York.  Years passed and tho friends never met.  "Why don't you go and see So-and-so?"  somo ono said to tho typical Bostonian.  "You know I never travel," he answered  T-DENY IT.  The frWk testimony of a  famous physician..  When Dr. Aycr announced his Sarsapa-  rilla to the world, he, at, once found the  physicians his friends. ��������� Such a remedy  was what they had looked for, and they  were prompt to appreciate its merits and  prescribe it. Perhaps no medicine���������known  as a patent medicine ���������is so geri'erally administered and prescribed by phj*siciauH������i*  Dr Ayer's Sarsaparilla forblooddiseafce^,:  and diseases of the skin that indicate a  tainted condition of the blood. Experience  has proved <t to be a ,specific in siich  diseases, ana sores^pf long- standing-, old  ��������� ulcers,, chrou.l'c rheumatism, and many  -other like forms of disease, have yielded to  ���������' the persevering use of Dr.'Ayef's Sarsaparilla afterothermediciues had utterly.failed.  The testimonials received from physicians  to the value of this remedy would fill a.  volume. Here is one leaf signed by Rich'd  H. Lawrence, M- D., Baltimore, Md.  "It affords me pleasure to bear testimony  to the success which your preparation of  Sarsaparilla has had in the treatment of  cutaneous and other diseases arising from  ������ vitiated condition of the blood. Were it  necessary, I mipht srive you the names of  at least fifty individuals who have been  ������������������t, cured" " " **--. s.,-i_������-..:      i���������  ]ihby th  -   pa-ril.���������.    ��������� .,. ���������-. ,-   - .   .     .  - wasthatof a quite old woman who had lived  ntCatonsville, near this city.   Shehadb������en.  - it,"  GOD'Si'LIT-TfbE v-GIRLt  y^Skejleffc her* homo in/the starry ways  ' '"And reached our ariWin the April days.  We thought to keep her and hold her her������,  And our little girl wo called the dear.  One pleasant eve when the .sun had dipped  Out of sight, and tho stars had slipped'       i  ,Silently, back to tlieir wonted ways,'    '  '" She turne'd'her 'face with' a wistful gaze     '.  . '   i  h i  Up to the blue of the arching skies. '  We knewtby the took in her'prefciy eyes'  And the pmile that brightened her small;  '   face'so "- -��������� ,1"    '"' - >  ���������  It was time for God's little girl to go.  A kiss we dropped on her curly head.     '  '.   "Sweet little heart, goodby I ".we said. ���������   -,  Then unafraid, though the'way.was'dim,  God's little girl went black to L'ii%.    '"  ���������Bertha G.'Davis in Independent.   '  os     ,;.������ *������������������>. i .  NOVEL CURE  FOR  INSOMNIA'.  afflicted with the rhenmatism for three  years, and had taken as she had, informed  me, more than one hundred dollars' worth  of medicine to obtain relief, yet without  any beneficial result,   f advised her to try  a bottle of Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla and told  h'er'Umt if it,failed to do her good., I would  refund.<������he money.     A  short  time after-  .ward&Iiearued that it had 'cured her, and  a neighbor of hers similarly afflicted was  also entirely relieved of his complaint by  its use.   This is'the universal result of the  administration of, your Sarsaparilla.     It  is-without exception, the best blood purifier with which I am acquainted." ,'  ''..'<���������'-                          .                   *   '     .     >���������  - There is no other similar medicine can  show a similar record.   Others have imitated the remedy.   They.caa't imitate the  record,   T>s. Ayer's .Sarsaparilla has the  friendship of the physician und'the favor  of the familv, because it cures.    It fulfills  all promises  made for it.   It has healed  thousands of people of the most malignant  diseases    that    can    mutilate    mankind.  Nothing has ever superceded it and noth-  intr ever will  until  a   medicine  is  made  that can show a record of cures greater in  -number   and   equal   in   wonder   to   those  wrought by Dr. Aver's  Sarsaparilla."   Dr.  .Ayer's Curebook, a story of cures told by  -the cn'red, is sent free on  request by the  J. C. Ayer Company, Lowell, Mass.   Write  f0rit";   . ���������  - lO""  Y - -    We Will Have Your Goo'd-Ml  nonsooH  km cmorreA  IFF'YOU ONCE TRY ,.  /<i  INDO-CEYLON TEA  It Is Pure, Economical and. Delicious.   Try it  25c, 30c, 40c, 50o and 60c per pound.  vuhoudow  MOOSHOU  !   %'v If*4  "What/aro   yoxi,' crying   for   said1-the  sugar bowl to   the   cream. .,   "The cook  saya I am to bo whipped,*' was  tho toar  ful reply.      ' ��������� . ;'  Minarfl's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  ' t���������iL        (,  "A'man "likes a woman'who shows'him  that'sli's i<* ,clever." , ,''Oh, no;������f a* min  likes a Woman who shows, jhim that' lie is-  clever."   ' ��������� <  Johnny Chaffie's Sunday school teacher  is a lady. The other day she asked him :  "Johnny, do yon know,what   a miracle  is  9",  Ma says that if you don't  new   parson   it   will    bo a  Tes.  marry \oui-  miracle.''  Minart's Liniment for sale everywhere,  . ' 'So the crowd ran that silver orator off  the platform'?" ' "Yes, sir; every tooth  in liis head was filled with gold."  MinarJ's-Liiiimsnt Cures Dandruff.  The surveyors are at work on the proposed extension of the Northern, Pacific  from Belmont we3t.  Minard's Liniment Cures..Bums etc.  ' "No,7 people who' live in glass "houses^  shouldn't throw stones." ;i1Why'?Vtr'Bei'  cause the occupants can see therri doit.'*'  Use Vapors of Quickctire  for Throat Troubles.*!;  ���������; ������������������>   ">'-' ,���������    ^ifc.  It   requires  a   strong   corporation 14X?',  throw a.bridgo across a.river.'     i,  The Only Way Ono Man Can Woo Nature's Sweet' Kestorer.  - ��������� "No, I am not. through with my day's  work yet," said a Seventh strec't barber as  he turned tho key in the door.of his shop  a few nights���������agq.  "Not through?" aske'd a bystander who  had blifc ������ few minutes before left his chair.  .���������v "iNo; sir,'%tho '. barber jcontinuod '? "1  have'a'customer whom'I have shaved every  night for nearly three years. It's a'fcict,  and that man wouldn't bo able to sleep [a  wink tonight if I did not go' and shave  him���������at least ho thinks he���������cpuldn't sleep  without it. .   .      . i     ' '   ' '  "Funny," isn't it?'* For several'ycars he  suffered with nervous prostration, which  brought on insomnia. Tho doctors���������and  ho tried not a fow���������did him*'little good.  During this timo ho lgt his beard^grow,  until he had long flowing whiskers.'   *'  "Ono clay his wife asked him if h<y,  wouldn't feel better to have his whiskers  shaved off. Ho assented, and I wasoalled  in. It was about 9 o'clock, after I. had  closed my shop-for the day.;-' Picem-oved-  tho whiskers'and'- gave bis- ,h'dad'������a^r'go6d  rubbing.- That night bo slept soundlyr-'  the first real sleep ho had had for months.  "Tho uoxt night he suffered with* Wakefulness. The night following he wifg-just  as bad. Finally in two or tlirce days his  wifeagairi called-mein; to shave-him. I  did so,, and that night ho got a good.sleep.  Tho ro'sult is that I was called1 in every'  night.     .   ��������� ��������� "       ' *  ������������������Finally I agreed0to do the work for so  much a month, and I am a regular callor  at his home1 overy night. I a?ri the last  ono to see him. After I shave hjm and  rub his head ho goes directly ib' bed; "He  has bad no insomnia since-'! began the  nightly shaving.  "No, it isn't because of any particular*'  power I havo over him. Any barber-coijld  do it, I suppose; but ho won't havo any  ono but inc. Yes, it is a bore sometimes  when I want to go away; but he pays me  enough to mako id an object. __1 must  hurry or ho will bo worrying."-  ~"     -:  SUFFEKING VANQUISHED.  A NOVA SCOTIAN FARMER TELLS  HOW. HE REGAINED STRENGTH.  A Boon to Mankind.    ' "  -This is tho finest  boat  in   rbc  Dealer-  market.  Customer���������What aro its special features?  Dealer���������It, has scats .with powerful  springs under them,' that can ho released  by pressing a' button and made to throw.;  overboard any fool who tries to rock the  boat. '.'���������' ���������"- '���������'���������' 'j*'"'  Customer-rNameyourown.pi;i������.o..- ���������%. ;y.j  gentleman in.' the.c-ar, rising.-.j&ndv Kfttfrig  his hat. -"'Ino, thank you," said the girl  with 'tlie skates:over'her aiinrv* "tWobeeri  skating j&nd-I'm tired.of siting down.."-.,-  Had. Suffered From Acute Rheumatism  - and General Debility���������Scarcely Able  to do, tho lils-ntest Work.  ,    V' -      - '���������  From thecAcadien, Wolfville, N.S.  '   '���������     ^ v. IP  Ono of,the most prosperous and intelli-  genfe'fanners of the village of Greenwick,  N. S., Is Mr. Edward Manning.    Anyone  intimate''-with Mr. Manning   knows him  asyft man "of strong integrity   and   veracity,   so   that   every'   confidence   can   be  placed in'tho  information which he gave  a reporter of the Acadien, for publication  the other day.     Duriog  a very   pleasant  .interview the  gave  the following   state-  merits of his severe-.) suffering   and recovery :���������   "Tw���������o years ago last September,"  ,said Mr. Manning, "I was taken with an  acttto titta'ck of rheumatism.    I   had not  been feeling well for some-,tl.nie'previous  to that date, having been'. troubled ;:with  sleeplessness, and   geuerali.deb.iUtyTf'/My  constitution    seemed     completely    run  {'down'. ' Beginnritg in'the 'small' of-iuy  'back the pain soon passed /..into, my hip,  ..where it rem*ainocl without intormissioh,  'and I became   a   terrible sufferer. ^.-. All  winter long I was scarcely able tjo /lo any  work and it was only'^vith the acutest of  suffering  that 1 managed  .to   hobble' to  the barn each day to do my chores. I appealed to medical men for,help but: they  failed to bring any  relief.   At  last I decided to try Dr Williams'; Pink Pills; and  wjth their"use came a complete and lasting cure.   I had   not   used   quite   three  boxes whori   I   began   to  feel : decidedly  better.   I continued   using   them   until  twelvu.boxes had ��������� been". consumed, when  my complete  recovery   warranted   ine in  discontinuing   their use.' -I   have   never  felt better, than ��������� giace   that; .time>: ������������������' My  health poems to   have   improved in every  way.    During^thb pa&t'-sumnier' I Worked  very hard b.ut'have felt;, pp   bad   effoccs..  The -grp.titudo   I"ftel' to "' Dr. "Williams1  Pink   Pills, none r but .those.; jw/ho  have  suffered as I havo   and   been   cured, can  appreciate.' ���������   ������������������  V ���������'   '    '"���������''���������'���������'"���������   '    '"'���������'���������"   ',"  ASK YOUR DEAIiER POJR  BRUSHES and BROOMS.  For Sale by all Leading Houses.  OHAS. BOECKH *  SONS,  Maaufacnucrs  f TORONTO ONT.   '        ���������      '    .  Sun Insurance Office.' 1  Eastern Assurance Co.       )  Quebec Firo Insurance Company.',;., '   "  London and Lancashire Life,Ins."Co.  British and Foreign Marine Ins. Co.,';1'*  Lloyd's Glass Insurance Company.  W. K. ALLAN,  "' General Asrent,  - o       ��������� " ' Win������ii|<eK  LESS  :��������� LAB0R.  No ferments required when usiny^  FLEIS'CHMANN & CO'S  COMPRESSED YEAST.  Factory Depot:���������53S Mulu Sr.. Winnipeg  Corrosiwndonce Wir. T. Si.oaxm,  c- ,        Agent.  .; An. aoylysis   sh.ojvs tthat Dr..-Williams'  Pink Pills contain'''In"a ooridcnsdd'form-  a'll'-tne't'lbmonts^necessary   to   give new-  ,,_.,.     ,^ .        /-,-������������������   J.,.-     ���������������������������i--������    .vVs4,..jiifQ<aiHi richness to the.blond and restore  "Wou't you take .this   seat   ,said-;the   J^fc(;(,rea uerveV-/'rt'iey'are an' rmfailmjv  GiLn'TLemen.���������;:15;-hile,idrijing- ���������dajc-n't-'-a"  very.steep hiil last A  stumbled.and 'fell, c'utti  '���������fiilly'il'iSu't'lihe liead and.ibo.dy- 'I (,Ur>ed  MinafcV'3' Liniment freely on him .and in  a few'davs-he.wa's'as well a������vev.er.":' ��������� ���������>��������� "  '���������' ;. J. B. A. BjEj^yciiiaMa^fi.-;.;  Shei'brooke. ���������  ey are  Wpccin'c:''for'.''5'uch: diseases': as .locomotor,  a,taxiaji. pa.rtial paralysis, St. Vitus'  dance, sciatica," neuralgia-, ���������'.rbeujhatishi.  nervous heada-iihe, t!?6 attcr effects of L.  grippe, palpitation of the , h'earih, "nervous'  prostrafcion^all;djf.eases depen.ding upon.  'vitiated h'a.fiors in tho blood, such as  .scrof nla, chronic--; ery.sipolaK,/-. etc.- They  ,.ftre -ajsp.a specific for troubles peculiar bi'.  , ,��������� -       -, 'female's-"such as suppressions, 'irregulari-  liugupt .. my  horse..... ,.,���������,, ., l������.. ,  ' b ���������,,  -,iii������ --himself'*f4r-' t,cs *u^1' forms  of   weakness-,;,   .They,;  " '       tmikl uf,tho blood and   restore the   glow*  of health tjo'nalij and'-':��������� sallow cheeks,V'.' I;l������-  ���������.men'thty?'effect;a rad.ical cure in all caseij"  aris.ing.VrrQix������ inental^wdrry,1 overwork, h'f  eikcessbg'o't [wliatever, nature... Sol.d by a.U.  .'ffealHrs^rssehib" pusV.nq.id at 50c. a box or  ..;>^.L-si^-b(^es;f^-52.'oO,:-by:add.re5f^^  Williams''M^difiine'Go. Broe'kvi-lle, Ont .  .f'ii-'-'yi, -������������������.'.���������' .'t:-v-'"'''  ���������    '  'y'-y^y :'f~.'."':.W'x>n'postal.CABb".Td..!'--i"ii������������������ ':*������   ^.:.";  iraiBiiiiiiipiiii liici  :.;i:-,TANDvl WILL;RETUKNrv6uJ.T: '������  ���������:FBEB,' AN -ILL-US'  ��������� ���������y,''r:i: :.':rr-vYp\iri  IP. ATBD JXOOJEfc. v      V',, ?M  rs tHi^^yilifcHMDS ^ P-$W  TO CURE A COLD IN ONK'dXy'"' "^ ���������  ��������� Take Laxative' Bromo Quinine Tablets.   All. '".���������_ :       .;:i'i|  Druggistsrefundtheinoheyif.it fails'to cjxpei >������������������ ,   : pi^j  25c.,;..::-i-- ���������;,. - ^^w%zm'^^r'(M  \-<.n  &  Ybufi'g'faiher���������Is it  Docfcor..(a -cyclist)  a b6y  or a  girl ?  No, it's it-v-t'aideu'ffi  '*  r������:t<-.-  Cots, Bruises, Bu.r^s? &$A -  ^Troth," said a cnut'icillor "kVa 'com-'  mit.tee meeting. '���������ItlvV.skite-jQ/jour-roadfifei*.  a disgrace t^ the country. Could we,not  at least p"t our'-hpads together aha"'iffSke*  a wood pavement ?"      -.    .v,.^,  ?���������,-���������*>. f^.?  : ���������'��������� '���������; Is pure beef cooked, ready''for use, jtnd , p  .;-; ���������  ,: '  CONT>ENS^E>^FOJRM\ 'iT'"'':-: " |  i ������������������'..-��������� -.-,.. ,'-:-i.i;.\.--.."V';y   ;}^^;!-.   'V.;-'}'{���������';::m  Not   a: rrie're bsAract'or 'essence'*    It'v'   .    ;Ij  ..  strengthens������������������Tbbtli��������� hody -a/ijjcl-Jxrfi^a.,.{���������(r:Y^ "l^^W^l  .",���������'      '- * " '-. ���������' ''   ���������'   '" '' :' ���������"'   *'' '' "   ''i'.1*!  ���������    PREPARED  ;BY     ������������������    V!;Vj'I;^       ������jT'^-i'-Jr^H  ^SLj LIMITED,...-.:.}: ������������������& ?^%k->-<\  '���������-' ," lLONIjo^,:ENGLA'ND^..^4lir:i1  Canadian Brahch:-r'      ���������        .   ���������   . j''-^i   -.-���������', ���������'. .vffi  . ���������!-.-. >i ������������������������ :��������� -v.i >��������� ,') .ii.Vi     ' '"   ���������''���������'li  2 7 PJSTER"  '��������� i--*: ���������*>' -"���������"'     *J-   ~~-  :M  ���������!-I  !���������!...  IflU  ;if.;you \yatlt to buy or rent GOOD FARMS AT^O'^i^^  ^' qM  ��������� "l'\ ?���������   3PJRICES AND ON EASY TERMS, ^ply to   . ,\^c^. r,'^M  JSL.-J-:  ������������������������"'. 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