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 .1'./  h  SEVENTH YEAR  CUMBERLAND.' B., C. SATURDAY, AUG. 26th; 1S99  PUBLIC MEETING  a  (     An   .enthusiastic     meeting  -was  ^. held in   Cumberland  Hall, Friday  night to consider  the matter of en-  tertaininc: our Wellington neighbors  I ��������� pext month  -,    ^ Moved   and seconded that Mr C S  Ityder. act as ..chairman    The min-  "��������� utes of the last  meeting  read and  ,; adopted,  ' The Collecting Committee reported $130 95 collected so far  , .Moved and  seconded that  Messrs  ���������McKay and Crawford be appointed  W-,to collect through the miners    Moved and seconded that the Collecting  R'.Committec iriterview Mr  Matthews  ft about allowing Messrs McKay and,'  Crawford   the   privilege, of   going,  jp through the mines to see the miners  *   . Moved and seconded that the following draw  out a programme,for |  ithe occasion: T Hudson, J.Ashman,  Dalby, Dr Staples, R H Robertson,  Gatt, Ashman arid Stoddart  Moved and seconded that the following act as Grounds Committee,  Messrs Richardson, Stoddart, Row-  land; 'R S Robertson, W Ashman,  Parka, Ramsay, J R McLeod, Eade,  J Carthew, Willard and C,Grant.  Moved and   seconded that J Carthew act as Treasurer,  Moved and f-econded that a Committee be app-tinted to interview the  Admiral of'tho Warspite about get-  ing Band, Moved and seconded as  an amendment that the Admiral be  interviewed through the Council.  Moved and seconded that the follow ing act as Reception Committee:  Messrs Crawford? McKay, Bate, Matthews, Bruce, Maxwell .and Hauck.  ; Moved and seconded that the Collecting' Committee wait "upon   Mr  Matthews - and   ascertain ' if he will  act    as    President      Moved    and  seconded that Mr  Willard  act  as  Vice-President    Meeting' then    adjourned  till   Thursday  Aug  31 8  p m  Off the Wires  powder mill near here was complet-  ly wrecked by an explosion to-day.  Two men completely - blown to  atoms.  NO MATTER what the season  there is always something - wanted in  small wares. You can find them . now  at the  Ottawa, Aug.' 23.���������Two Finnish  gentlemen arrived here on the way  to B. C. with the object of selecting  a suitable site for a settlement of  several thousands of Finlanders  who propose emigrating from the  Czar's dominion. They say they  hope to find B. C. an ideal location  for a Finnish settlemet.  'Nanaimo, Aug. 23.���������The Pilot arrived at Departure Bay" to-day, she  will tow the the Bk. Colorado to  rSan Francisco.' The Collier Mary  Parker has been, chartered to carry  coal to San Francisco.' The Pilot  and Colorado will re-enter the Alaskan Coal Trade between Union  and Juneau.      "  PURSES, from 10 cents to' $4.50"  BILL-BOOKS, at 50 cents  PIPES, from 15 cents to $2.00.  : PEARL ISUTTOK3, White and Smoked, all sizes  -��������� HAIR PINS, from Invisible to Fxtra Strong :  /"DIAMOND PINS, at 50 cents 7   '* <   ;    .  ������   .WIRE HAIR BRUSHES, at.25 cent's.7"  " 7 /,>j .������������'��������� *'-'���������- '     .-1  SIDE OOWBB^Nice Assortment ���������" '~"  BEAUTY PINS, from 5 cents each.  C1TJPF BUTTONS," Men's and Ladies'  COLLAR BUTTONS, all Kinds  BLACK TOILET PINS, Dull and Bright  CORSET and SHOE LACES  HOSE SUPPORTERS, Ladies' and Children's  NEEDLES, PINS, THIMBLES  HAIR COMBS, Stoei and Rubber  BUTTON.EOOKS *  1 KID HAIR CURLERS, and everything else *n q__s lino usually  found in a Dry Goods Store l.l.g_������rffrfflBflgffK  A NICE LINE OF SILKS AT 25 and 35 CENTS  Simon Leiser,     Union,  ' Nanaimo, August 23.���������M. Spis-  ak's saloon at- Northfield was totally destroyed by fire la.-?tsnight. All  the contents were burned. Loss  $3,000: insured. -    '  .  Nanaimo, Aug. 23.���������Jno. Bi^gs,  a-pioneer of 1854, died here last-  night. He was one of the party  #ho came to Nanairno'in 1854 on '  the Princess Royal to assist in opening up tho Coal Mines for the  Hudson Bay Co. He was 70years  oi'age.    ' '   /  Nanaimo, Aug. 23.^It is understood as the result of recent official t  visits of Inspector of Coal Mines'to  Extension and Union Colliery of  the   Wellington. .Colliery Co.':thaV  .. *������$.-resjpeptj vjeJ^a^igdn^ aHhdfie*  mines will be"}legally ..-proceeded a'-:  gainstfor alleged infractions of.ahe  Coal Mines: Regulation Act.    Pep-  uty Attorney General McLean will  visit  Nanaimo tins week and arrange for preliminary  prosecution,  Victoria, Aug., 23.���������The Dominion Str. Sir James Douglas is offered for sale. She was mail boat between Nanaimo and* Victoria and  made fortnightly visits'to Comox  in the sixties and early seventies.  The last few years she has.heen out  of commission since the Quadra replaced her.  Mobassa, Africa, Aug.' 25.���������Ravages are caused here by a famine  small-pox, which has become so appalling that the people havo to appeal to the Lord Mayor of London  for a relief fund for stricken British  subjects on the east African coast. -  Langiers, Aug. 25.���������Sultan har,  notifiicd the powers he is destroying  the native boats on -the the Riffis  coast and is establishing a gunboat service to protect foreign shipping from piracy.  1 Gibralter,' August 24.���������The Manchester regiment, numbering 1000  men, sailed today for South Africa  Santiago de Cuba, August 24 ���������  Five men are dead and ten wounded as result of , the   fight   between  "soldiers .and   disappointed   Cuban,  soldiers at Cuvitas, where payment  of Cuban troops is progressing. Five  thousand Cubar.8 gathered   to   re-"  ceive pay from U. S. and only   580  have been paid, thousands who'had  been disappointed at   other   points  had come to Cuvitas for payment.  They .began ,to   collect   in   groups  and   show   their' annoyance   and  ' threatened trouble.    U.   S.   troops  were surrounded by a mob, /struck  with stones, bottles and shots.   The  TJ. S. troops fired into the mqb kih  ling three and  wounding thirteen.  Yesterday payment  was   resumed  under a heavy guard.  the  Caps Government is  sending  enormous consignments of animimi-'  tion to Transvaal.  3 .J  -K  ������������������A  fhi  'type; writer,"  Methodist Church Concert.  The   Methodist    Church   Choir-  concert on   Tuesday   evening ' was  [ another feather in tlie cap   of .Mr '  Hicks, who certainly deserves ere-" -  ditforhis painstaking   effor^   in'-...  .bringing before tKo puh'.ie .a' class ''-/V  of music at once elevating and re-' ''^l  fining.   Mrs. Anderson ably second^  ed Mr. Hicks on the piano. ���������    '.  PART I. "  The choir opened with   a  "glee"*  entitled, "The Cuckoo,?' which was0  very   well   rendered.       Following' <M  this was a duet, by Mr.   E.   Dobbs\^  and Mr. Hicks, "All's Well."    "Af-"'-^5  terwards," a song   by   Mr.. Purdy,' 'S������  was sung in good   voice.   At .'"tHisV-^a  juncture the   Phonographic   Selec^:$S  tions were appreciated by  the' au-'^������?  dience. - Mr. Harold Searle sung' in ���������>!������  very good'style "Alice Where   Art'-'-^  Thou?"   In Miss Annie heir's   rep-flt  citation   the enunciation   w������*s re-'K#l������  markably good      Mr Hicks render- ?:?M  ing of "The Storm King"  was   im-.' '������$$  ,pressive and well earned the encore,' *'$  accorded    During the intermission"!'1 Si  which was now in order, the   audir^rfjll  ence rendered their part with   sinV^S  . gular gusto, judging, by   the ������ffec-\1#S|  tive way thay had of disposing. !oi&!$������  the excellent ice cream and cake;-' '^v^ll  part ii    ���������/ ,< y^-j$  < Mr Wni Dobhs, opened . with   a ^1?S  song, which has a peculiar attracV':-fM  tion for, ther fair  ,sex, '^Wedding^:^  f Bells", .MrSegrayV delighted-' the^^|S|  audience.once mora, with a few Mr.---S^  rw.Eor^Sale.^fA-.-new      _     it\evcr--beW\TsedUPriee $40: isA-opl.y.i sections on the ;������iphonoaranh;% ,: -*ir__������^^  e '*-' j", \    I    , S'\ Ku*h ���������'Hay wood's ^ selection ^iroin"^>"r^-'l  othistqffice  Vancouver^ *' August 25.���������Jim  Jeffries knocked Peter Jackson  out here in four rounds here last  night before a large audience.  9 ~ *XU>VJL*.    Nanaimo, Aug  .25.���������Deputy At  !gg������SggggSg^i^^^.Sgg^?gg^ggg<c������gasS������gSSgg^ggggg I torney-General    McLean    arrived  mra-*^^ >������^^ _._ ������l from Victoria to   confer with   In  spector of Mines relative to employment of Chinese at the Pit Head of  the Extension Colliery.    Some days  ago  the Inspector   found  Chinee  working there and notified the Manager of the Mines.    The Chinamen  were  in the meantime  discharged  tnus  rendering  conference   unnecessary.    McLean has  been looking  into things relating' to government  of mines  and his  trip will   not be  wholly fruitless.  AND  61  YATES STREET,    Vj^QRIA, B. C.  HARDWARE, MILL  AND FARMING    AND  OF ALL KINDS.  Agents for McCormick Harvesting Machinery.  Write for prices, and particulars.    P. 0; Drawer 563.  MINING   MACHINERY,  DAIRYING   IMPLEMENTS  Furniture,  Carpets,  Linoleums,  Blankets,  Wallpapers,  Table Linens,  Sheetings,  Curtains,  Matting, etc.  VICTORIA,  B. C.  Crockery,  Glassware,  Cutlery,  Silverware,  Enamelled-    V  Ware,  Lamps,  Woodenware,  Bar Outfits,  PRESERVED NATURAL PALMS.  COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS.  Largest and Best Appointed Showrooms west of Toronto.  Send for our Large Illustrated Catalogue���������Mailed Free. '  Toronto, Aug. 25.���������The Ameiv  ican Yacht Genessee wins the Canadian Cup over the Canadian Yacht  Beaver. *  Nanaimo, Aug, 25. John Ross, a'  miner working in Protection Mine,  had his leg broken by a fall of rock  this afternoon.  Victoria, Aug, 24.���������Provincial  Librarian Schoiield is is preparing  a Bibliograph of books relating to  the early history of .B. C. in which  he has secured co-operation of U.  S��������� British museum and Dominion  House of Commons.  Santiago de Chili, Aug. 25.���������A  great accident occured here to-day.  An entire passanger train fell into  the river which runs through the  city and many lives were los$.  Pattsvillc, Pen, Aug. 25,���������Tho.  Dry-House,   of,- Samuel     Debbie's.  Kaslo,    Aug.    25.,��������� Contractor  Carlson will in a day or so fire off  one of the biggest powder blasts ever fired in Kooteney.   Over 300 kegs  of powder will be  used in this one  blast which is for the purpose  of  removing  a mountain  of rock directly in the right of the proposed  K. '& L. D. L,. Ry.  FOR SALE OR RENT.���������The  house lately occupied by Mr. Chas.  Lowe. For terms, apply to J.L.Roe,  Cumberland.  Vancouver, Aug. 25.���������A woman  named Annie Nelson was found  dead in her room to-day she committed suicide with carbolic acid.  D G Cathcart a Rcvelstroke grocery clerk has been sentenced to 15  months imprisonment on 5 charges  for obtaining liquor under false  pretenses.  FOR SALE���������A set of Dickens'  works���������cost $28���������will take $10.  Apply this office.  Charles Dickens, "Little 'Jim," wa_J  nicely   presented,,   and   following ^  came a song very sweetly ?ung, hy>  ,  Miss   Rachel   Daniel,  . "^ranger^   I  Yet."   Mr, E. Dobba now   favored.  us with the "Monarch of the Woods">  Next in order   came c a   quartette,/ .  "Who will on the Downs so   yree,'^  and finally a "glee" by  the   choir,  "The Bells for  Departure,"   which    i.  elicited an encore.     The   National   .'  Anthem, closed a well spent   even*,  ing. ��������� '     -  Notice,  Riding on locomotives and   railT.  way cars  of   the   Union   Cplliery  Company by any   person-  or.   per-.  sons���������except train crew���������is strictly^  prohibited,.     Employees   are  sub-.  ject to dismissal for allowing samev  By order  Francis D. Littjl?,  Man ager.  Fishing on the Frascr  Rivor has  been   almost a   failure  this   week/  Only   a few   hundred   have   been  caught.    The  fish advanced to  25  c'ts.  Durham, Natal, 25.���������The men  belonging to the British first class  reserve have been ordered to hold  themselves in. readiness for Transvaal.  Southampton, 2.5.���������British steamer Arundal Castle sailed to-day  with 730 men for Cape Town.  Johannesburg, 25. 2000 Germans  have expressed their willingness to,  volunteer for service in case of. war-  to tbe Transvaal Government  London, 25���������Despite the  blockade of war material in Delgoa iiay,.  THE   LARGEST  and most Complete Stock of'  Musical  Instruments in B. C-,  FLETCHER BROS.,;  88 Government St..  Victoria, B.. C.  P. 0. Box 143.  PIANOS, ORGANS,^  ������������������ GUITARS,  MANDOLINS-,  BANJOS,  AUTOI-IARPS,  All the latest Sheet Music  and Folios. Finest Strings  for all instruments., Agents  for the popular Domestic  Sewing Machines. Need-,  les and; parts for all machines. Send for. Catalogue. /���������V'.'L .'���������'-' ���������'-' -  V  : -��������� \  N.  "THE  RED  CR0S8."  Make way I   Along the crackling lines  A footstep,falters, a red cross shines,  And under the palrii trees, mounting high,  A pitying presence hastens by.  It stops by: the., thicket* it kneels by the stoMt  It bends its step to the breath of a moan,  It stirs the bugles and ruffles the drums.  Make way I   The Red Cross angel comes 1  Make wayl   The angrv cannon's breath  Is shrill with the singing sickle of death.  It halts not her.   At the head of the line  Her cross gleams red, and lol at the sign  A lull comes down where batteries crashed,  A pause where volleying trenches flashed.  "What ho!" the trumpet calls to'the drums.  ���������'Make wayl   A.pity ing angel conies.'-  Make way���������m mercy's name make way!  -'A hero: faints in the thick of'the fray.  Would ye stay his hope of a last good cheer?  Make wayt   A nation's pity is near���������  A healing pity that understands,  That speaks in the stroke.of two swift hands.  Would ye hold its aid from hearts that bleed?  Make wayl   The Red Cross comes at need.  Make way, yo friends and faltering foesl  A balm she brings for your common woes,  yhe reads your ills by' the light ol* tho stars,  Your bread slid brings to tho prison bars.  Her guards aro they ot the shadowy mien���������  The spirit hosts of the NaV.areiie;  Her walks���������the ways of the troops arc they.  Make way in the numo of the crossl  Make way  ���������Edwin T. Reud in Prank'Leslie's Monthly  rtfiSTSK  JOCK.  '4xSxs><sx^<*xSxs>^  The  feast  went  off  capitally.-   Music,  singing, tho clinking of glasses and merry  discourse    were   mingled   together   in  a  joyous hubbub.    There was   not a  single  guest who, so long as he still had  posses-  ' sion of   his  tongue,   did  not call  down  blessings'on the head'of the master of the  house.   And he, too, was  in   an'excellent  humor, and his face   beamed,' though  he  drank far less wine than usual.     Evening  had now  fallen. ���������   The  heydukes  brought  in   large   candohibras,    the    clinking  of  glasses went on uninterruptedly     At that  .  "moment the rumbling of a carriage was  audible in the courtyard.  ���������   The fiscal had   returned  from  his iniu-  sJon���������but alone.  -Master .lock sank back dejectedly in his  chair when he learned from tho mouth of  tlie messenger that Abellino really could  not come, because' he was sick; but he had  sent what he promised, all the same���������a  birthday gift to his dear uncle, with the  hearty wish that ho might find his greatest joy therein.  It was as much as six strapping fellows  could do to bring  in   the  loug box which  coutaincd   the    birthday  gift,   and  they  hauled it on to tlie  table so that all   the  , guests might see it. ' '     ,  - The four ends of the box- were fastened  down by-strong iron clamps, and these  ,_hadto bo removed with tho aid of pinchers  ,���������" What could there be in this box? The  .guests laid their heads together about it.  but none of them could guess  ��������� "^Suddenly all,four clamps burst asunder,  'the four sides of "the box fell aside'In four  '���������different directions, and there on tlie table  ���������stood���������-a covered coffin!  A cry  of  indignation   resounded  from  ���������������very corner of the room.  . i A pretty present for a seventieth   birth-  -dayf A black colliu covered with a velvet  pall, at the head of it the ancient cscutch-  ���������eon of tho  Karpathy   family  and  on   the  side,   picked out with   large  silver  uails.  ���������the name���������J-o-h-n K-a-r-p-a-t-h-y.  ; Horror sealed every mouth, only a wall  >pf grief was audible���������a heavy, sobbing  x5ry,-like that of a wild beast stricken to  the heart It came from the lips of old  John Karpathy, who had thus boon so  cruelly derided. When lie beheld the  coffin, when he read his own name upon  it, he had leaped from his chair, stretched  out his arins, his face the while distorted  by a hideous grin, and those who watched  him beheld his'features gradually turning  a dreadful hue. It was plain,. from tho  trembling of his lips, that he wanted to  say something, but the only sound that  came from them was a long drawn out,  painful rattle. Then he raised his hands  to heaven and,: suddenly striking his foro-  head with his two fists, sank back into  his chair with wide open, staring eyes.  The blood froze in the veins of all who  saw the sight. For a few moments1 nobody stirred. But then a wild hubbub  arose among the guests, and while some  of them rushed toward the magnate and  helped to carry him to bed others went to  fetch, the doctors. The coHin had alread.-  been removed from the table.  The terrified army of guests was not  long in scattering in every direction  Late that night all the roads leading from  the castle of Karpathy were thronged with  coaches speeding onward at a gallop. -Terror audhopo were the only guests left behind in the custie itself. But the rockets  still continued to mount aloft from tne  blazing fireworks and write the name  '��������� Karpathy" in tho  sky   in   gigantic fiery  letters visible from afar.  Now, what was more natural than that  the mob of breathless, departing guests  should lose no time in presenting their  respects and paying their court to the heir  presumptive of the vast possessions of the  Karpathy family, his honor Abellino Karpathy?  They had all seen .John   Karpathy  sink  back in his chair,   stricken   by  apoplexy.  He had not died on the spot, it is true, yet  he was as. good as dead, anyhow, and there  were   many   ,who  carried  their  friendly  sympathy with his highly respected nephew so far as to urge  him   vehemently  to  hasten at once���������yes,   that   very   night���������to  Karpatfalva,   take  possession and seal up  everything, to prevent  any  surreptitious  filching of his property.    But tho young'  squire was suspicious of   all  premature  rumors  and  resolved  to   bide   his  time,  await more reliable information and only  put in an appearance on receiving news of  tho funeral.  Early next morning the dean  arrived to greet him.    The very reverend  gentleman had remained behind  at   Karpatfalva last ofall, in order to niako  sure  that Master .Jock really  signed  the  codicil in favor of tho college in which he was  Interested,    lie brought  the  melancholy  intelligence that the  old   gentleman   had  not indeed actually   given   up  the ��������� ghost,  but was certainly very near the last gasp,  inasmuch as if. was now quite  impossible  to exchange a reasonable word with him.  which signified  that  tho  dean ,had   been  unable to get him to subscribe the codicil  The dean was followed the same day by  a number of agents and stewards attached  to  the  Karpathy domains, who   hastened  to  introduce themselves to his excollencj',  the heir and  their   future   patron     They  brought ,still  further  particulars  of . the  bodily condition  of  the  expiring head of  the  family     A. village  barber  had   bled  him. whereupon he had   somewhat> recovered his senses     They had then  proposed  to send for a doctor, but he had threatened  to shoot the man down, if  ho crossed his  threshold      The   barber   was  to  remain  t> i;vevcr   He had more confidence iij. him.  he said, because he would not darn to kill  him. lie would tako no mcdicii:o. nor  would he see a soul, and Mike Ki?i was  the only person who had admittance to  his room. But ho could not possibly last  longer than early tomorrow morning: of  that they were all quite certain.  Abelln.no regarded the appearance of tho  agents Mid stewards as of very good augury. .It showed that they already regarded him as their master, to whom homage  was justly due. On the following ' day a  whole host of managers, cashiers, scribes,  shepherds, tenants and other small fry  arrived to recommend themselves to Abel-  lino's favor. The moments of their old  master, they said, were most assuredly  numbered. None of *hpm could promts������  him so much as another day of life.  On the third day .the heydukes ami  doorkeepers also migrated over in a body  to Abellino, who began to be exasperated  at so much flattery.     So he spoke to them  don't you doff it. sirrah?    Who  sent this  letter?'"  At the first question Martin only shrugged hisVaoulders. In answer to the second he replied that the steward of the estate had given it to him.  The bailiff broke open the letter, and  green wheels danced before his eyes as ho  peered into it. The letter, which was in  old John Karpathy's own handwriting,  begged to inform the bailiffs, heydukes  and domestics assembled round Abellino  that he had so far recovered as to be able  to rise from his bed and write them a  letter, and that ho was very glad to hear  that they had found so much better a  master than himself, for which reason  he advised them to remain where they  were, for on no account were they to think  of. coming back to him  The bailiff pulled tho sort of face a man  would naturally havo who was compelled  to make merry on a diet of crab apples,  and as he had no desire to keep the joy Jul  intelligence all to himself ho passed tho  letter on from hand to hand among hi3  colleagues, the other bailiffs, factors,  doorkeepers, shepherds, scribes and heydukes till it had jjono the round of them  all. Under simil.-ii* circumstances men  often find a'great eoiuolario'i in twirling  their mustaches, but. now, alas, rhere was  not a single mustache to twirl among the  lot of them ! They had neither places nor  mustaches left Some of them scratched  their heads, some hurst into tears, others  cursed and swore In th'_ir first fury they  knew not which to turn upon first.���������Abellino for not inheriting or Master Jock for  not dying as lie ought to have dune. To  make such fools ol so many innocent men  ���������it was scandalous1  Abellino was the last to whom with  tearful faces they carried the glad lidings.  The' philosophical youth, who happened  at that moment to be sipping an egg beaten up in his tea, received-the intelligence  with the utmost sangfroid  "Enfhi!" cried he "I verily believe tho  old chap means to live forever!"���������Minima  Jokai in St. Louis (Jlobe-Democrat a  P. O. DRAWER   1287.  J\ ID. O'B^iEasr,  148   Princess St., Winnipeg.  GRAIN AND STOCK BROKER.  Private wire connection with all markets.  Grain bought and carried, on margin.  Correspondence, Solicited.  MANITOBA'S   HOLIDAY.  Tltnckei-ay on  ���������'Thinking of death,"  'is thinking of God. inscrutable  Oeatli.   ���������  says Thackeray,  mimcasr  on- learn in ?  from  ':1  curtly    enough,    and  them that henceforth they would regard  him lis their earthly providence, inasmuch as his uncle was by this time drawing his last breath, he suddenly announced that heWas about to introduce a series  of radical reforms among the domestics attached to the Karpathy estate, thefirst of  which was that every male servant, who  wore a mustache was to instantly extirpate it as an indecent excrescence. Tho  stewards and factors obeyed incontinently.  Only one or two of the heydukes refused  to make themselves hideous, but when he  began to promise the lower servants four  imperial ducats a head if they did their  duty, they also proceeded to snip off what  they had hitherto most carefully cherished  for years and years  On the fourth day, of. all 'his good  friends, officials, domestics and buffoons,  Mike Kis, Martin, the former Whitsun  king; Master Varga, tho estate agent;  Palko, the old heyduke; and Vidra, t:ho  gypsy, were the only persons who ������������������.remained with John Karpathy as he stood ;:5  death's ferry. Even the poet Gyarl'a had  deserted him and hastened to congratulate-  the new patron.  On the fifth day there was nobody to  bring away tidings from Karpathy castle.  Perchance they were already engaged in  burying the unfortunate wretch.  On the sixth day, however, a horseman  galloped into Abcllino's courtyard, whom  they immediately recognized as Martin.  As he dismounted from his horse tha  steward of the Pukkancs estate, one of  the' first deserters, looked dowh from tho  tower and, smilingly broadly, cried out  to, him:  "Well, so you have come, too, eh, Martin, my son? What news from Karpatfalva?"      ,    ' .      c  He had come, of course, to. invite tho  gentlemen to the funeral. That was the  most natural supposition.  "I have brought a letter to you, Mr.  Bailiff," said Martin nonchalantly, and,  to the great disgust of the steward, he did  not even doll' his cap before Abellino. who  was standing on tho balcony.  '���������Look to your cap, you bumpkin! Why  arable, endless,, beginningluss. supreme,  awfully solitary Little children step off  this earth into' tin- infinite, and wo tear  our hearts out. over their sweet, cold hands  and- smiling faces that drop indifferent  when you cease holding them and smile  as the lid is closing <>v"r them. I don't  think,wo deplore the old, who have had  enough of living and striving aiid have  buried so many others and must be weary  of living���������it seems time for them to gofer where's the pleasure of staying when  tlie feast is over and the flowers'withered  and the guests gone? ,,  "Isn'.t it better to blow the, light ont  than sit on among the broken meats- and  collapsed .lollies and vapid heel taps-i" I go  ���������to what'I don't know���������but to God's  next world, which is his and he made it  Ono paces up and dawn 'the shore yet  awhile and looks toward the unknown  ocean and thinks of the, trayelei \vho-:e  'boat sa.iled yesterday Those we love can  but. walk down to the pier with us���������the  voyage we must make alone Except for  the young or. very "happy. 1 can't say I am  sorry for any ono who dies.",  The Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition  has many ends .and purposes and -not  the least of   these is  to   make a great  provincial   holiday for   all" sorts  and  conditions of   people.    Whatever   may  have been the.caso   in   old times,   or  What may now he the case in other climates, certain it is that sloth and laziness is not one of  the prevailing  vices  of Anglo-Saxon civilization, in the centre of   the North American continent.  In this   country the danger' seems  all  the other way, and   that men and women will go at   their work so  energetically and stick to it, so  persistently as  not to give themselves a chance to live.  This is particularly true of the summer  and fall which for tba farmers of Manitoba aud " the west is a busy and  rushing time. -  Between   the time however  of putting in   the last seed and  taking  off  the   first   thing ready  to  harvest  there, is a   breathing'spell   of  two or  three weeks duration, and  fortunately,  so far as Manitoba is concerned, this is  at tbe time when there is usually,ideal  weather for holding , a , great outdoor  exhibition like the Winnipeg Fair. . In  other provinces there may be sufficient  breathing  spell  after   barvest, but  in  .Manitoba, the .harvest  and   threshing  whiclvfollows hard   upon it  fill  in'all  the tinie till the season of wet days and  cold nights'.    The timehas been selected then because it is  the,  right  time,  and the success which has attended the  Winnipeg Fair, shows,  that   it  is - the  season when the people of   Manitoba  want and will take a ��������� little relaxation.  The people of  Manitoba then, with  no,  ghosts of unfinished or   neglected work  to  worry them, come down  to spend a  day. three   days, a week   at the fair,  and  to   thoroughly enjoy   themselves.  It is   a   provincial   gathering   of  the  clans, everybody meets everybody else,  and   whether   they   be   interested' in  stock-raising, fine   arts, poultry,   pigs,,  ladies? work,  horse  flesh or business,  they can get more   in ' this week  than  any other six weeks ��������� in the year.    The  big fair,-like" a   great   college,   offers  optional courses to all its students, and  anyone v^ho-objects  to  or who has  no  interest in any one department can find  plenty to occupy bis  attention  in  the  others.  BCEDXCAI.   SCIENCE    ADVANCES.  Positive   Cure  for   Asthma    Discovered.  It   has   Ioiir   been    recognized by medical  scientists throughout the   world  that nature  has supplied all creation with some remedy in  the vegetable or mineral kingdom wherewith  all forms of ailments can be cured, but it was  not until the disco very by Stanley of the wonderful Kola plant along   the  Congo River in  Africa that asthma was permanently curable.  In tact, it was not  until the   investigations  made by Dr. Clarkcsome years later tliat this  disease was found, curable; he found that by  combining the extract of Kola Nut with other ,  vegetable extracts that the compound obtained  would permanently cure asthma. Clarke's Kola  Compound was then tried mi over lOt) cases in  d fCercnt hospitals, with the marvelous result  ihai over 11.5 per cent  were permanently cured  in las* than CO days' treatment.    Clarke's Kola  Compound is now recognized to be the only  permanent cm e for this ureuu>(l -disease. ��������� Sold,  by all druggists.    Free sample bottle sent to  any | erson.   Mention this paper.   Address The  Griffiths & Macphci-son Co., m Church Street,  Toronto, or  Vancouver,   B. C, -solo Canadian  agents.  A Viiried Assortment.  Bramble���������Yes, I'm going to move.  I  don't like tbe,New York climate.-  Thome���������You must be bard   to suit.  You can get all kinds of' climate here,-  and  all  in   the' same  day too.��������� New  York Journal.  to-  .���������1*6'i iit 6f .View.  "Henry, we'd  get  along  better  gether if you had more will power."'  "No. Martha. We'd get along better  if you didn't have quite so'much. "���������  Chicago Record.  i St. Martin, Que., May ,16, 1895.  C. O. Richards & C.  Gentlemen,-f-Last November my  child stuck a nail in his knee causing  inflammation so severe", that I was advised to take him to Montreal and have  the limb.amputated, to save his life.  A neighbor advised us to try' MIN-'  ARD'S LINIMENT, which we did,  and within- three days my child was  alright, and I feel so grateful that I  send you this testimonial, that ray experience may be of benefit -to others. ���������  ;    Louis Gagnier.    "  had1  an-  Split tlie Difference.  "The two  headed girl  has  other spat:"  - .   ,    ^  "What now?" '   ' *  "One bead has decided to .'join the  Audubon club and the other one  won't."  vtler Me;������M:i;?e.  "Sistcr'JJ  be down "n 'bout  nn hour.*  announced   little   Bobby   Wiggins   us  he  ushered his sister's beau into the parlor  '���������An houri'" repeated the young man iu  surprise  "Oh, well. she. said tcr tell y������!-r she'd be  down" in a minute,.but yer know how that  is yerself?"���������Columbus State -Journal  'Is  ed?  A]>proi>ri������ie.-.XH.j>������e.  that new goat of yours pare  blood-  "Ycp.'  "What, do you call him?"  "Choice Creamer*;-,'."  ���������'Eh?    What does that mean?"  ���������'Pure butter."���������Cleveland Plain  UH.nl-  (W������.  Honird Tnl>le������- Ajar/rctrr.  For luncheons, ���������afternoon teas and evening suppers nothing compares in favor or  effectiveness with the polished table. Indeed it may be said that polished tnbles,  round, square or oblong, are the fad of the  hour. They arc, of course, made the background for beautiful lace effects, in centerpieces ,and large and small doilies. New  mahogany may be aged by processes that  are known to i'uvnituro dealers, and defaced or dull woods may be renewed and  polished. A top 0t> indies in diameter will  scat seven or even eight comfortably, and  one 72 inches will seat 12. A large doily  is placed at each cover, and every article  on the table (excepting the silver and  glasses at theindividual covers) has something under it proportioned to its size.  These bits of lace or openwork, with the  centerpiece, flowers, brilliant crystal, silver and fine china give tin effect as striking as it is pleasing. ��������� IS I la Morris IvretsCb.-  mar in Woman's Homo Companion.  Failed to cure, and for  15 years Mr. Thornton suffered untold agony���������spent $i,ooa in  vain, and was finally cured by .  Mr. W. D. Thornton, blacksmith, Calgary, N. W. T., states: "For fifteen years I  suffered untold agony from blind and itching piles, and can honestly say I have spent  about $1,000 trying different so-called cures, and have been under treatment with well-  known physicians in Orillia, Peterboro and Lakefield. I had fifteen tumors removed, but  obtained no positive cure; I have suffered more than I can tell, but can now say that,  thanks to Dr. Chase's Ointment, I am absolutely cured after using one box and a half, and  consider this ointment worth its weight in gold."  Any one desiring further particulars of this wonderful cure is at liberty to write to Mr.  Thornton  or to  Mr. C. A. Jackson, druggist, at Calgary, who is familiar with the case.  Dr. Chase's Ointment has never failed to cure piles, whether blind, itching, bleeding or  ���������protruding.    It is the only positive and guaranteed cure for this torturing disease.    For  sale by all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  For; Entertainment..  A flower hunting party and a musical  hunting party are "lots ot* fun." Both  arc arranged beforehand, in the samo  way. There aro tables bearing every kind  of thing which in any way suggests cither  flowers or whatever pertains to music,  and, on entering, each guest is given a  card with a row of numbers put,dowu the  margin and a(little pencil tied to it. The  card may also be decorated with a painted  spray of flowers or a'painted musical instrument. Each article is numbered, and  the object is to guess correctly the greatest number of articles and note them on  the cards. At the end of the evening the  cards aro handed to the hostess, and she  awards pri/.es to the best guessers and to  the worst. Hero aro some-suggestions for  the articles for tho hunts: A picture of a  month indicates "tulips;" butter melted  into a ciny cup is "buttercup;" a lock of  golden hair is "maidenhair," and a small  bell painted blue, is "bluebell." For the  musical hunt a quire of .paper- would indicate "choir;" a baby's shoe with O on  the solo, "solo;" a bank note, "note," etc.  Culm 11   Status.   /.  _ Spats���������Do   you   think   tbe '.Cubans  realty.know,what they.want? ^ _  , Spinnagle���������Yes, but it's against; their ���������  policy to tell  us, for fear we'd . give-it  to them and spoil their fun.���������Philadelphia North American.   V  - ,.'   ���������  Hi  Robinson's. Thrift.  While we were eating breakfast the  farmer said: "That remark o" yourn  yisteddy about sellin. Elmiry the dishes  an bavin the coffee fer nofehin 'minds  me o' tbe way Hi Robinson got soine-  thin fer.notbin orit 0' the storekeeper  at the village. , You 'inembeivHi,. don't  you t He's kinder slow spoken, ���������'ii'' some  folks calls him foolish. One day I was  settin in: the store a spell, with.a lot  more, an in comes Hi. 'He goes up to  Lish., who keeps the store, an takes an  egg ont 0' his pocket an says, 'How'll  you swap?'-- 'Oh, 1 d'n' kuo's I want to  swap fer one egg,'says Lish; 'what do  you want fer, itV* 'A darnin needle."  'Well, I'll swap with yon,' says Lish  an took the egg an giv' him the darnin  needle.  "Hi stood round awhile, an then be  says, drawlin'iike, 'Say. ain't you goin  to treat?' "Trent? On one darnin  needle ?' says Lish. 'Not much.' ��������� 'Feller  'cross the way-will,' says'Hi. Lish  grinned. 'All right,' says he, jest to  humor him; 'what'llyou have?' 'Cider  'n' egg," says Hi. That tickled the  rest o' us, but Lish brought the cider  an broke the egg into it���������Hi's own egg  ���������;an Hi see it was a double yelker. Hi  took up the glass an looked at the  egg some time. Then he says, says he,  'Saj', hadn't you better gimme 'nother  darnin needle?' "���������.JForest and Stream.  Alloway & Champion  BANKERS  AND   BROKERS  362  MAIN  ST., WINNIPEG.  Listed   Stocks  bouglit, sold, and carrried  on margin.  "Write us if you -wisti to exchange any kind of  money, to buy Government or C. In.' "W. Co.  Lands, or to send money anywhere.      j  Safe Hail Insurance;  The Manitoba Farmers' Mutual Hail  Insurance Company, with its  head :of-  fice at'"Winnipeg,   Manitoba, is  an 'organization every farmer  should  inves-'  'tigate, as every farmer needs   safe   and  reliable .protection   to  his crops  from,  tbe destructive bail storms.    This company is incorporated under the laws  of  the Province of Manitoba  by  some  of  the leading farmers and  business  men  of the Province.      The Company issues  to its members a five-year  policy  with  protection of-$800 on a quarter seetioh.  Every policy-holder is a member of the  .Company and eligible to tbe election .of  office  at   the   annual   meeting.      For  further   information. apply   to  E.   A.  Taylor, 503 Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg,  Manitoba.  M  .Courting- TronDle.  Watts���������What   is   tho   matter,  Watts���������The     toothache,     of  I have been sitting  here holding my jaw for more than an hour.  Mr. Watts���������I never knew yon to do  tbe like before.���������Indianapolis Journal.  Mr.  dear?.  Mrs.  course.  Wluit It Depends. ������������.  Uncle Rich���������It seems mighty hard  when'a man has. accumulated,a competence to -have to die and leave all.   .-.',  Ben Poore (his nephew)���������Oh. I don't  "know! Don't you think it depends a  good deal, upon the point of -view ?���������  Boston Transcript  -:Refreshiiig-Sie9p  COMES'WHEN  RSilb.urn's Heart  &  and "N@rve-Fills  ARE USED.  Miss Mavgaret Brown, 627 Colborne  ���������St., London, Out., says :���������"My mother  has been afflicted with nervousness and  general, debility for a long time. She  suffered a great deal with insomnia, and  found it almost impossible to sleep.  "I went to W. T. Strong's drug store  arid got a box of Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills, which she took, and derived  so much benefit from them that I bought  a-notlier boxfor her. They have done her  a wonderful lot of good, making her  nervous system much stronger, giving her  restful sleep, and removing many other  symptoms which previously distressed 0,'tj  her. ���������'*  "I can truly say that these pills are a  great remedy for any one suffering from  weak nerves, general debility, sleeplessness or heart trouble."  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are  50c. abozor 3 for $1.25, at all druggist3.  ii  'k> 4 /  (Of  V,  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  CUMBERLAND. B.C.  It Talked   Louder.  ���������' "Yesi" he said in those deep, mellow  tones which were wont to set the rabble, in a roar; "yes. I have gone intc  vaudeville. I do an act with asoubrette  arid a trained dog. I know what you  will say. It is debasing to my dreams  of high art. I will not contradict you  But whither was my ���������r_k,lic ideal leading nie? Think of that. High - art is  soul convincing in its way, but here is  something -that talks still more eloquent! j  And he smote with his open palm  upon his pocket.  As he did so there came forth' the  pleasant jingle of many coins.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Prom One Point of View.  "Trusts put���������up prices, don't they?'  asked the boy.  "Some people say they do." answered his father cautiously.  "When prices go up, we have to  econcniize. don't we?" persisted the  boy.  ���������  "We surely do, " answered   the man  who pays,the bills.  "Well." said the boy. with a sigh,  "1 w%h you'd tell mamma that there's  a soap trust now.'  EXCELLENT REASONS exist why  ;Dr. Thomas' Ecleotric Oil should be used  by persons troubled with affections of the  throat or lungs, sores upon 'the skin,  rheumatic pain, corns, - bunions, or external injuries. ,,The reasons are, that it  is' speedy, pure and unobjectionable,  whether taken internally or applied out*  wardly.  ,. <,  : _, ��������� -  Painful Memories.  "You don't catch me,riding my wheel  ou that cinder path.''      ' ��������� '  '  '-Why not?" '  "It is. too sad a reminder of the good  money I paid out for coal this winter."  .������������������New York World.  Smoking Vampire*.  Henry Adams of Wichita. Kan., tells  this story of the favorite amusement of  Americans at the clubs in the City of  Mexico  Frequently in the evenings the vampires, or blood sucking bats, fly into  the open windows of the clubrooms  The Americans then close the doors and  catch the bat by throwing a shawl over  it ' One of the men lights a cigarette,  opens the bat's mouth and inserts tbe  cigarette therein The creature is then  turned loose. Its soft, month contracting closely, the cigarette is immediately seized firmly  Every time the bat-breathes it draws  in the smoke and then exhales 1! it  Thus, flying around the room, smoking  the cigarette wildly and puffing out  clouds of smoke, it presents a strange  appearance. The smoke generally kills  the bat before the cigarette is alt  6inoked up.'  MILD. IN THEIR ACTION.���������Parmelee's Vegetable Fillj are very mild in  their action. They,do nofe.cau?e griping  in the" stomach or cause rlisourbances  thera as so many pills do. , Tlieiefore the  most delicate can take them without fear  of unpleasant results. They can, too, be  administered to cnildren witnouc imposing the penalties which foil -w the use of  pills not so carefully prepared.  -It Seemed Natnral.  For ten minutes   the  angry man did  nothing but call names.' Meanwhile the,  other's smile grew broader, and he gave  every   evidence   of , being    especially  ' pleased. ,  , "Ah," he said at last, "that sounds  good. That makes me think of old  times."  "You like it?" exclaimed the angry  man. *  "Sure,'.' replied the other. "It recalls  the. days when I-was in politics and  ran for office in' a hotly contested election."  Permanent  ure of  alt rf he  The permanent cure after permanent cure that is being- published  week by week has placed Burdock  Blood Bitters far above all other  remedies in, the estimation of the  ���������sick and suffering-.,  Even the severest and most chro-  ' riic  diseases   that  other   remedies  fail to relieve  yield , to  the  blood  'purifying', blood enriching- properties of B.B.B.  Salt Rheum or Eczema���������that  most stubborn of skin diseases,  which causes such torture and is so  .difficult to cure with ordinary remedies���������cannot ��������� withstand B. B. B.'s  healing, soothing power.   .  The case of Mrs. Jas. Sanderson,  Emerson, Man.,-shows how effective B.B.B. is in curing Salt Rheum  at its worst, and curing1 it to stay  cured. ...  This is what she wrote :  " Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a.  bad attack of Salt Rheum three years ago.  It \vas"scrsevere that my finger nails came  off. I can" truly say that I know of no  more valuable medicine in the world than  B.B.B. It cured me .completely and  permanently, as I have neverhad a touch  of Salt Rheum since."  _.I_^lA_Vl__A_>_.lAA__^T_^T4^T>Ar>AV ������J> +Ja *X������ <!* <f* \T> \>A *T> V> ^V A'-_jV!_lA.AA_A_Vji  f  *  *  EDDY'S....  TELEGRAPH MATCHES  t *      (  1899  ..    V/  ������ FIRST in 1851.   -Xa   FOREMOST in  Not Alivnya Rainy Either.  , "Life is not all sunshine, Harriet. "  "Yes,.I .know that;" but  you  know  very. well. Julius, there are lots of days  when I could  carry a chiffon parasol if  '-I had it." . '  . Jlinards Liniment Cures garget In Cows  THEY ABE A POWERFUL NERVINE.���������Dyspepsia causes derangement of  tho nervous system, and nervous debility  once engendered is difficult to deal with.  There are many testimonials as to the  efficacy of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills in  treating this disorder, showing that they  never- fail to produce good results. By  giving proper tone to the digestive organs  they restore- equilibrium to ,the. nerve'  centres. " .' -   -  Ss:  , Flailing- on  Horseback.  _   -The most   rernarkable-v fishing in the  world is that practieecTin catching the"  '   sturgeon   in   the .frozen-rivers of "the  Ural mountains. * Fishing on horseback  seenis, impossible; yet   this is literally  .true of the fishing for sturgeon. %  'The  Russian. Cossacks  go "���������shing in  / large bands. They mount their horses  ��������� and ride-across the frozen river until  'they are over the place .where the current runs strongest. There they dismount and cut through the thick layer  of ice until they have formed a little  pool of open water, extending across the  current almost from shore to shore.  A net, which is sunk to the bottom cf  the river, is stretched across the stream  at the open space, so that not a fish  can swim past it. The horses are remounted, and the Cossacks ride up the  river for a distance of four or five miles.  Here the band turns about and rides  down over the thick ice covered stream,  forming n long line across it. They urge  their horses at full gallop.  The thundering hoofs of the horses  terrify,the fish, and they charge madly  ahead of the approaching cavalcade.  Great swarms of fish choke up the  stream in the mad effort to escape the  terrific noise that is pursuing them, and  in this way they are driven down the  stream to the net   Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Easily Di������tliiKrui������lie<I.  When you hear a person tellin how the world  has gone awry,    >  An relatin all the trouble we'll encounter by  an by, ' v  When you hear him prophesyin notlunelse but  doubt.an gloom��������� , .  How the sun will  soon get the ague an the  ilow 'rs forget to bloom���������  If you've any mind fur guessm you km alius  hit-it right��������� c ',  His luck has   gone ag'in him'; he's the man  that'lost the fight. . -   "  ���������  An -when you meet another, steppin' high an  lookin proud;    _  A-3bakin hands so cheery an a-sniilm on the  crowd,  An tellin folks to b".-.ce up, that the troubles  they "go through  Is all imagination, things that vanish like the  ������     dew;  Who says this earth's all right, no.matter what  is said or done,  Tou kin  reco'nize him easy���������he's  the lucky  chap that won. .  ���������Washington Star.  Intervlevrlngr the Office Boy.  .     "Can I.see Mr.-Smith?"  "No, he's busy." '  '-"Well. I'll wait."  "He will be busy all day."  "Then I'll come in,tomorrow."  "But he saw  you through the crack  of the door andsaid'.to tell you he'd be  busy the rest of  his life."���������New York  World.  \ Strong? Evidence.  "So you think he is strictly honest,  do youV '  "There isn't the least doubt about it.  Every time an election approaches he  is talked7of as the only man who could  unite the different factions of his party,  and then somebody else is nominated/"  ���������Chicago News.,.   ' . ,  f  f  The MOST of the BEST MATCHES  for the Least Money.  $ COUNT THEM FOR YOURSELF AND SEE.  <_V "  _________ *  ____^        * k,J *������  MEMBER OF THE /  STANDARD  MINING  EXCHANGE.     .  E. Gartly Parker  12 ADELAIDE ST.  E.f TORONTO.  ALL  STANDARD  BRITISH COLUMBIA, ONTARIO AND REPUBLIC  STOCKS  DEALT���������IN ON COMMISSION. .��������� ; ;. :: ,i  I am offering some attractive money making stock* just now.   It -will pay you" to;;  keep in toucli with me.   "CUD_S:   .Bedford McNeill's. Cloujjh's, Morelng & Ne*la7: f'J~%  '������������������/%���������  I .'-'(SI  A-3cl  </srUL*Hs  AvkaL ^W  A^v ^^ ^^y^^^TW^e*^  '' \*j s������& L  .    '>XH  All Unusual Offer.  If you are at all skeptical about trying  Griffiths' Menthol .Liniment your druggist will sell ib witli the understanding  that if not entirely' satisfactory your  money bac_. Use it for rheumatism,  neuralgia, sprains, bruises, muscular  soreness, and all forms of swelling and  inflammation.    All druggists, 33 cents.  THE   ROYAL  BOX.  An  Enviable  Condition.  Fuddy���������The-Dovdles appear to be an  unusually happy couple.  '��������� Duddy���������Yes: they are both of them  so absentmindod, you know. Half the  time he thinks he is flirting with a  stranger, and it's the same way with  her.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  LEAK!  YES, BADLY.  WHY?  Not His Fault.  "Several people went to sleep during  that performance of Wagnerian opera I'  exclaimed the manager.  "Well. " answered the orchestra leader reproachfully. "I told you you ought  to give me more bass drums and cymbals. "  Her Sincerity.  "I think she is a very sincere girl."  "Sincere I Sincere I She's been engaged to eight different men  to my knowledge."  "Well, even so, she is at least sincere  in her efforts to make fools of the  men.  The great demand for a pleasant, safe  and reliable antidote for all affections of  tbe throat and luugs is fully met with in  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup. It is  a purely Vegetable Compound, and acts  promptly and magically in subduing all  coughs, colds, bronchitis, inflammation  of the lungs, etc. It is so palatable that  a child will not refuse it, and is put at a  price that will not exclude the poor from  its benefits.  Malice Aforetlio-agrliii.  "Yes, the man is under arrest for  conspiring to procure the death of h!s  mother-in-law.  He'll be convicted too.''  "What did he send her? Poisoned  candy?"  "No; a folding bed. "���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer.   0-A__nto:e__-  oj^ist  _3_3    CT_T_E__E3I_)  NO KNIFE���������NO PLASTER.  DEPT. W. N. ABBOTT,  MYRON  MASON MEDICAL GO.  577 Sliprbourne Street, Toronto.  Queen Victoria's dressmakers' bills  would be modest for a womayi in ordinary  circumstances.  Tho Prince of Wales has largely become  a great, student of civil government and  is at present giving much attention to that  of thin country.  King Oscar of Sweden  and  Norway is  spending considerable time at Pan, where  his   grandfather,   Jean   Baplisto   Bcrna  dotte, afterward  Charles XIV, first  saw  the light on Jan. 21, 1764.  Prince Charles of Denmark, who married Princess Maude of Wales, has little  chanoo now of ultimately succeeding to  the throne, as ihe wife of his elder brother,.  Prince Christian, gave birth to a son re  ccntly.  The Crown Princess Mario of Roiimania,  who was Princess Marie of Edinburgh,  has a queer fad of collecting scent bottles,  which sho probably inherits from her  grandmother, the kite'empross of'Russia,  who had a collection valued at $35,000.  Because the roof was covered with an American paper telting, instead ot tlie celebrated  ALL WOOL MICA ROOFING,  Which has never been known to crack, being  elastic.  Paper becomes brittle and cannot stand the  frost strain.  Send lor Sample.     Send stamp.  HIGH, GRADE   PLOWS,   SEEDING    MACHINES,  Carriages, ,Wagons, Harrows, Windmills,  Ac.   COOKSHUTX YLOXT CO-. Winnipeg.  BINDER  TWINE.  SELECTED MANILA  HIGH GRADE MANILA  (All made this season from Pure Manila Hemp)  Ask for Prices and Samples.    Special   inducements to carload Buyers.  THE INDEPENDENT CORDAGE  (Limited), Toronto.  Manufacturers   of    Ilanlln   and   Sisal  Hinder   Tvviue   aud   Hope   of   every  scriptiou.  w. ~s. u.  "W\  Gk   FONSEOA  03   Dtlaiit   St.,   Winnipeg-.  LUCAS, STEELE _ BRISTOL  Importers of Groceries  Write IIS, Hamilton, Out.  Circle Teas  _. S. & B. Coffees C  _. S. & B. Extracts  I.. S. & B. Spices  It's no Trick  There never was, and never  will be,  n  universal panacea, in one remedy, for all  ills to which flesh is heir���������the very nature  oi many curatives being such   that  were  the germs of other and differently  seated  diseases rooted in tho system   of   the  patient���������what would relieve one ill in turn  would   aggravate   the   other.     We  have,  however, in Quinine Wine, when  obtainable in a sound,   unadulterated   state,   a  remedy for many and grievous ills. By its  gradual and judicious use the frailest systems   are   led   into    couvalescence    and  strength by the influence which   Quinine  exerts on Nature's  own   restoratives.   It  relieves the drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life  is a  disease, and, by   ti-anquilizing.  the   nerves,  disposes to sound and   refreshing  sleep-  imparts vigor to the action of the   blood,  which, being stimulated, courses throughout the veins, strengthening*the   healthy  animal functions of the   system,   thereby  making    activity    a    necessary    result,  strengthening the frame, and giving   life  to the digestive organs,   which   Datarally  demand increased^substance���������result,   improved appetite. ISTorthrop and Lyman, of  Toronto, have given to   the   public  their  superior Quinine Wine at the usual   rate,  and, gauged by the opinion of  scientists,  this wine  approaches   nearest   perfection  of any in the market.     All druggists sell  it.  BILLIA.BO   AND   POO- TABLES,  NEW AND SECOND-HAND,  OOWLIN3 A--EYS AND SUPPLIES.  Large caialofjue free. '  THE RKIP BROS.. 257 Kins West. Toronto.  MANITOBA'S  Greatest  IN  Minard's Liniment Cures Dipthcrifl.  During mouths of Jims and July we  will offer for sale, both retail and  wholesale, our entire stock at "Winnipeg  of 50,000 rolls of Wall Paper.  We purpose closing out this branch  of our business, and to this end we  shall offer even more than special inducements during the Fair week at  Winnipeg.  Also a beaufiful line of framed pictures included in sale.  C. B. SCANTLEBURY,  4 9 6   MAIN   ST., WINNIPEG-  If unable to call on us, send for  samples. Mention prices and rooms to  be papered.  To   make  Biscuits, Kufties, etc", nice   and  light and wholesome When you use  WHSTE STAR g������,  It is unsurpassed  In LEAVENING   STRENGTH,  is ABSO~UTE���������Y  PUKE,  and LOW IN PRICE.  THE   DYSON-GIBSON   CO.  RAINY RIVER NAVIGATION CO.  Steamers Keenora, Edna Brydgcs, City of  Albcrton.  The steamer Keenora will leave Rat Portage  every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 9  p. m. for Fort Frances, Mine Centre, and all  points on Rainy River and Rainy Lake. For  rates, etc., apply to any Canadian Pacific Ry.  agent or to���������  GEO. A. GRAHAM, Manager,  RatTortage, Ont.  THE MANITOBA FARMERS'  MUTUAL HA!L INSURANCE COMPANY  OF WINNIPEG, MANITOBA,  Insures its 'members against  loss or damage  from hail, and  gives prompt adjustment and  pays all losses'in full.    Address  E. A. TAYLOK, Manager,  WIN-JTP-ia, MAW.  ������_���������P���������������������������������M���������_������������������_������������������*_���������������������������SWOB���������W������������������ai_���������a_M --T������������������������������������ l~ WHi _������������������������������������������_������������������_������������������_���������  BRITANNIA, BEAVER and BUFFALO are the finest India and  Ceylon TEAS packed. Put up by  MacKENZIE & MILLS, Winnipeg  GRAND JEWEL COOK STOVES  Bey and use them and  you will be delighted  with results. If not  satisfied money refunded. Manufactured by  Burrow, Stewart &  KUlne, Hamilton, Can.  MAHITOBA DEPOT, 132 Princess St., Winuipec:  Ask your dealer for GRAND JEWELS.  ;wa   BE1  WE  TARE OP IMITATIONS.  MAKE   FURNACES   TOO  MB  ���������an 4  &-^.}_BU-*A2-���������---l/VT^X  ������_M___a;jpTft,tTO ^iv> r/Una._���������s*tv-^v*w**_,;5ft_*OTM-.zi.-r*,1 e7������������r>'-'--t<./-;ua,_(^������fi  _*_n^ijn _?_*-.*_ J^i*H^-^^-->���������rr-gft'������%_^gi^<-5_^__jrgr3W^lMg^M-Jnv,ww-;t���������i*  THE    CUMBERLAND NEWS.  ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY.  M.   E.. Bissetx 'Editor.  ' The columns of The News are open to all  who wish to express therein views on mutt-  era of '.public  interest.  < While we do not Hold ourselves responsible-for the utterances of corres|youdeuos' wa  jrekeWe   ihn r'ghfc    of   dt-clining  to  insert  tounimauic&tioiis unnecessarily personally,  <���������  : -7- -  __? 'Advertisers -wno want their ad  ch.an.g-ed, should get copy in by  _2 a.m: day'before issue.,  SATURDAY,    AUG. 2Glh,    1899.  -THE CHINESE.  .Our correspondent, X. Y. .Z.,  ,_raws attention to ������ome foots which  -.seem to us not to have been hitherto  !b������ough.t" forward ,in ,the Chinese  iques'tipn. There aro a few other  patient points in this connection  which might also, we think, merit  consideration:  (1.) Comox coal enters into competition not only with 1 he productions .of local mines   (where condit-  fans however  unequal as  regards  o-._a������iHty -of getting *at the coal, are  '. lioii pretty "much the same footing as  "regards cost of labor, etc.,) but,, also  .    Iqri&h -Australian and   English coal  in the chief market, San Francisco.  Every one knows   that the cost of  producing  English   or  Australian  coal is very much less that the cost  ��������� .of   producing   Comox   Coal.    For"  ':   wages in England   average, say 03.  .    and i;ri Australia '6s a day. - In the  latter country, ialso, the coal is easily  ";' mined.    It is patent to every think-  " .-ing person that if the owners wish to  make local   mines pay,, they .must  ���������keep expenses  down.    If they had  - hot'to "compete with for-o'i_p.  coal,  ���������'  ���������^s'aboy.e  stated, they could  raise  '   'stliS ina-rket price.    But thai is  not  possible.     At best Comox mines do  -notpay more than 3 or 4 per  cent,  ���������on' capital  invested.     No one will  hold that  an  exorbitant interest.  No  person  with common  sense  will .continue  a business that does  ���������pay.    The mines must pay or shut  ,down, which alternative is  preferable to all concerned?  (���������2.) Chinese .underground do not  compete with  miners.    They compete only with laborers. If they mine  .    iheir .pay is the- same  as  tpat   of  white miners.  (3) Chinese xindei ground work under the supervision of white men. If  ^the while men exercise proper care,  there is no.danger from the presence  : ; ,of Qhinese.'  (4.) Chinese compete with white  JabW in many other branches of in-',  ���������jclustry.in the province.  ��������� If oal miners have.'a moral  fight to prevent their compel ing with  white men in that work, why have  ���������not workingmen in other industries  :a right to the same privilege? After all, w,e must, take a fair view of  |he case.  -(5.) ;Che  section 0i the  English  ''''"%&ty person who, 'from physical  .or r_gntaf incapacity, is, o r may'  pecobie, a source of danger to other  persons .employed in the mine etc."  refers'.to idiols and cripples���������not to  persons who cannot read and  write.",  (.6.) The new Special Rule lately  promulgated enact that: "No person who has not benn employed be  ���������fore the 9th August, 1899 shall be  employed or work underground unless- he is able to satisfy the Inspector that he can read and understand  ihe' meaning o'f the Special Rules  ate pri'nJte.d in theEnglishlaiiguage."  If lhairule had bccKsnfon ed in Eng  land a few years ago, how many  miners would have been albe to  meet its requirements? But never-'  the-less, we have ney-er heard that  their inability to read and wrise  was a source of danger in the mines.  (7.) In reference to the' competition v/ith cheap Australian coal  it may be said that tbe freight on  Comox coal to San Francisco isa-  bout $2.50 per ton. Australian and  English coal, especially the former,  pays practically, no freight at all  for this reason:���������The ships that  carry coal from Australia mostly  come to San Francisco for grain,  They would generally have to come  up in ballast, which would cost  something to load and unload and  would bring in nothing. Therefore  the owners buy a cargo of coal cheap  at the mines and sell it in San Fran-'  cisco, so that instead of paying out  money for ballasting, they make a  a profit on their cargo.  (8.) Is it not -better for a smaller  number of white men to make good  wages than for a large number to  earn only a bare living?  (9) There are about 10,000 Chinese in this province. Perhaps 250  (at the outside) would ba in the-  ���������rnines. That is 1 in 40. Is the employment of such a small percentage  likely-'to "overflow the country with  Mongolians" as the B. C. yellow  journals pretend?  (10.) Is it not evident that the  rabid Government supporters in  this province enlarge upon the objections to the Chinese and pass over important considerations oh the  other side of the question? There  is no reason why they should do  this except to catch the labor vote;  some of them do so, incidentally, to  injure their business rivals.  (11.) If the good people of Nanaimo and the N. V. C. Co. have  the exclusion uf Chinaman so much  at heart, why does that Company  employ Chinese at all? It certainly casts a doubt on their sinerity.  It is within the memory of man  that the N. V. C. Co. farmed with *  cheap Chinese labor and sold potatoes at 50 cts. a sack in Nanaimo,  thus spoiling tho market for local  farmers. Plow would the -Comox  farmers and gardeners like to see  the long,swamp. for instance, farmed on the same principle? And  who could Ktop the the U. C. Co.  from doing so if they wished ? Yet  we do not hold them to be such  philanthropists as their exalted  neighbors of the Black Diamond  City.  In bringing forward these considerations, we do not wish to be  understood as either for or against  the Chinese. Our aim is simply  that all the facts should be brought  to light. It is -unfair to this town  and district, which depend for their  prosperity on the success of Union  Mines, to allow the prejudiced press  cf a rival town to spread broadcast  one sided arguments and yituper-  ative charges against the owners of  these seines without raiding a voice  for fair play. Th:e News is run in  the interests of this district and it  will defend those interests, as far as  lies in its humble .power, regardless  of tlie anathemas of prejudiced  journals or the hole-and-corner  whispers of oilicious  travelling   ex-  amiaers.    We all make   our living'  . :'*'  this town   and we   should   all  Surely it ought to be plain to  our citizens why a section of the  outside province should try to mako  trouble up here. Before we get b r  to the trap, would it not be web 10  consider how we shall get out;:.!' i_?   O ;   ���������  The persecution of Drey m:'* is a  travesty on justice. Il is ri.-n.ark  able, indeed, that a people as generous as the French will treat so'unfairly a man concerning whose  guilt there are so many doubts. It  is more evident every day that  France is governed not by the patriotic and chivalrous sons of'that  land once the pride of the world,  but by the veriest scoundrels any  nation could gather. Franoe is .a republic, under which, is supposed to  be demonstrated government for  the people, and by the people. It  shows exactly what will become of  any state where the bulk of citizens-  cease to take active part in public  affairs and leave designing politic-,  ians to guide the destinies of a nation.  For, it is well known that the common people of France' take no interest whatever in politics.  '" Cumberland presents the some-  what curious spectacle of an incorporated town without a mayor.  If the property qualification were  reduced to a reasonable point, many  men otherwise well qualified for the  position would have-ah opportunity  for contesting. A thousand dollars  worth (at least) of real .property is  atogether too high a financial -qualification for the mayor of a -small  town. <   '  It would 'be iniere 'ting' to the  public to know why a Government  which pretends to take such interest  in the exclusion of Chinese allows a  .contractor to employ Chinese on the  Nanaimo���������Cumberland road. If  that sort of thing is not discriminating against white labor, we would  like to know what is?  in  ytand  town.  ���������up  and. we  for  the -.welfare of  ���������pur  NOVA SCOTIA NOTES.  There is a scarcity of men at  nearly all the Cape Breton mines.  The heaviness of the work'in some  cases and the smallness of pay in  others, likely account for this scarcity.  Shipments of coal from the Cape  Breton colliery at New Cambellton  j have been veiy extensive this summer. Almost every week two or  three schooners load there for dif-  terent ports.  About 200 men are employed in  clearing the site for the furnaces  near tho International Pier. Sydney Iron Works (are booming.  Themining record learns there is  a rumor to the effect that the N. S.  Steel Co., tried to make an arrangement with the G. M. A. for a supply of coal in event of coke ovens  being built at North Sydney. It is  believed to be true that the Steet  ���������Company are anxious to secure a  good coal property on the north side  of Sydney Harbor.  The Hussey Mine in Broad Cove  C. B. has been closed for the present  owing to a disagrement between  the American and Swiss members  of the Company. Each is trying to  sell out, but cannot reach satis-  tactory arrangements.  McManus, Lowe and McManus  of Moneton and Halifax, have secured the contract for the excavation  and  concrete   foundations for  as -������"���������  \r.  I'%^#%���������������������������1    PmWm���������^WW^ W  Fresh Lager Beer ���������%Hi^6vii{6i  STEAM-���������Beer,   Ale,   'and   Porter. f'  A reward of'$5.00 will be paid for information   leading to  conviction  of  persons wi'tholding or destroying any  kegs   belonging  to,' this' company.  B7ENRY REIFEL,   Manager,  the smelting v/orka at Sydney. The  contract figures'-are understood to  be $150,000. , .   -  The Cape Breton Copper ���������0. Ltd.,  has concluded, a deal for the purchase of two square miles of copper  land at Eagle Head, Gabarus Bay.  Cape Breton,. The property has  been bonded with the right to conduct prospecting and mining operating pending the term of the bond.  A. Whyte, formerly, Mgr. of the  Little Bay, copper mine, Newfoundland, has been engaged as Mgr.  Three veins of chalcopyrite ore crop  out out on 'the shore of Ga_ab,us<  Bay. On the , middle one a shaft  was sunk 75 feet several years ago.  The,.location is seven miles, from  the Louisburg terming of the railroad, .and there is sufficient water  in -Gabarus Bay,' .close to where the  vein crops, for a vessel to load.  SUNDAY SERVICES  TRINITY" CHURCH.���������Services in  the evening.   '-Rev. J.   X.   Willemar  rector. ^      '  METH O DI ST CH U RCH.-Servvces  at the usual hours morning-'and evening  Epworth   League meets< at the.close  of  evening service.    Sunday School at 2:30.  Rev, W. H icks, pastor.  ST. GEORGE'S PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.���������Services at 11 a.m. and  7 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30. Y. r\  S. C. E. meets at the close of evening  service.    Rev. VV.  C.   Dodds, pastor.  St. John's Catholic Church���������Rev.  J. A. Dnra;:ih, Pastor. Mass ou Sundays  8:30 or II o'clock a. in. Notice of hour  given each Saturday.  For Your Job   Printing  GIVE  US A   TRIAL.  E PRINT  Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill  Heads, Envelopes, Business  Cards, Shipping Tags, Posters  Handbills, Dodgers, Circulars  Funeral Notices, .etc.,  AT   VERY    LOWEST   PRICES  ': FOR SALE:  FOR SALE.���������101 acres of land near  Courtenay.    App y at this office.  FOR SALE.���������Valuable property in  Cumberland. For further information ap-  Iy to Nicws Okfjoe. '  FOR SALE.���������A number of  young pigs, difierent sizes. Berk-  shires. Wm. Lewis,  Courtenay.  j ��������� jr  IMBAIBI  I am agent for the  following  reliable  companies:  The Royal Insurance Company,  The London and Lancashire.  ���������James Abbams.  PUM.E MILK.  Delivered  dsily by us m Cumberland  and Union.    Give ns a trial.  HITG-E &RASST. & SOW.  'r*/y,-'stysr/s:'s i*  '^w^sy^^^^e^t/X-CS.  Cumberland  Hotel  COR. DLTNSMUIR AVENUE  .'AND  l SE.C0ND     STREET,  CUMBERLAND, B. :C.  Mrs. J: H. Piket, Proprietress.  When'in Cumberland be  sure  ��������� and stay  at the  Cumberland  Hotel, First-Class   Accomoda-r'  tion for transient and perman-  x ent boarders. '        ,  Sample Rooms and   Public Hall  Run in Connection  with   Hotel*  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day,  <  .".    '  ( ' 11 h  1 1 , * .  fiaiTiugl J. PJErcy  Milk, Butter, Eggs,  and. Farm  ii'.  Produce supplied daily.  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO  O - 'O  _A_1_TID  1 c  o  o  o  o  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  O  O  O  O,  O  O  g'D.  KSLPATRICK,     ������  o Cumberland d  OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOQ  Bspmait k toaimo/Ry,  Sloamahip City of Nanaimo will sail as^  follow.-, calling at way ports as freight and'  passengers niay offer.  Leave Victoria for Nunai-mo  Tuesday .7 a.nic  '      Nanaimo for Comox,  Wednesday 7 a.m.  Comox for Nanaimo  Friday 8a.nv  '      Nantunio for Victoria,  Saturday 7 a.m.r  _ OS, Freig-ht  tie'kets   and State������  room appiy ou 'boar���������,  GEO. 7L.;: COURTNEY,       Traffics Manager  M3>������l "MM MUUflW**M-_MO_i. I Wi������WI-IM  C OTJBTE _IAY  Directory, c.    ���������. :,  COURTENAY HOUSE,    A.   H.   M_-  Callum, Proprietor.  GEORGE    B.    X.EIGHTON,     Black  smith and Carriage Maker.  One "STEWART BANJO",  and one "COLUMBIA GUI-.  TAR," both new. Anyone  wanting a Banjo or Guitar,  would get a bargain in purchasing one of these fine in-._  struments,  Qhas, Segraye, Local  Agent, Cumberland,  '���������'_  'tii  .,:.!  f *k  I  1  i  ��������� i!  M  n  i  M  S:  ���������J  4  r  i  %  m  m  ���������H /*  ���������f.^~������)������n-������nwcpi_!  ���������   (CORRESPONDENCE,)  ?o the Editor:  A great deal of talk  is -indulged '  |jio. in relation to the so-c.-i iled Chinese question.    Very few,   however,  ddiscuss the matter from   a   logical  standpoint-      The    workingman's  Jhoughts are often led into the chan  lei dug out by   someone   or   more  rorkingmen who never, work except  kxcept upon the  pockets   oF   those  rho labor hard  for > their   dollars, j  i'he sensible individual  strives af-  kerthat which can, instead of   that  Ivhich cannot be accomplished.  On  [she platform tbe unscrupulous politician catering to the workingman,  all   make any   prpraise   that   he  [links will catch   a   vote.      It   is  June,' the   people:���������more especially  le   laboring., class���������should     ask  (hese who make promises,' to ,st;ite  what r_rnner���������the  same  can ' be  hrried out.    The decision in < Bty-  hi, vs.   the   Union   Colliery   Co.,,  ���������rows much light on the . Chinese  [uestion, as we call it.'  It  demon-  crates that a provincial legislature  in act only/within' certain  limits.  goes further and. especially . de-  Lares that "every, alien ' when'   na-  iralized in  Cana'da becamo   ip=:o  |cto a   Canadian  subject   of   the  1!  PROVINGIAI  L  ���������"^t;V=  mo  UNDER THE AUSPICES OP  Tha.Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia  WILL BE HELD- AT  m^^^^^^^^^-^^ms^S  pscsTiinscer,  OCTOBER 3rd 4th, 5 th, and'6th.  $15,000  LIST PBIZES.  OPEN    TO    THE   WORLD.  $15,000  A Round of Pleasure for Four' Wiole Dais,  HORSE R.ACES.  BICYCLE RACES.   CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE.  AQUATICS. ', NAVAL- AND MILITARY'SPORTS,    GYMKHANA.  BASEBALL.    FOOTBALL.    BAND TOURNAMENT  7dl  ���������rr\  Humboldt Street, Victoria, B. C.  THE SCHOOL YEAR    BEGINS' FIRST   MONDAY-   OK  SEPTEMBER AND ENDS THE LAST      '       -'  -    WEEK OF JUNE  ( t  The Course of. Study is' divided into five grades:  Primary', Junior, Preparatory, Senior and Graduating^  and comprises Reading, Spelling, Elocution, Grammerj Rhe-.  toric, English Literature, History, Geography, Botany, As-,  tronomy, Natural History Geology, , Geometry, Latin/, Pay-  sie's Algebra; Arithmetic, Linear and Map-Drawing, Frer^crj.  conversation compulsory for those who learn the lauguage.  Due attention is paid to plain Sewing,   Darning, - Mending, etc., etc.    Weokhy instructions   are   given   in   domestic.  economy, politeness, and all that constitutes lady-like dopork'~  ment.  pupils preparing for Tenehers*  JRCIAL CLASS, instruction-is  Book-Keeping,  Stenography,  Typewriting and all the branches of   a   business   education^  For further information address  ,   ,      '      : '  .     THE SISTER SUPERIOR.  <  A A  teen," etc.  \Their lordsliips declare: "The  ibject of a naturalization seemed  rirn'a facie to include the power of  dieting what should be the consciences of' naturalization, or in  ier words' what   should   be   the  , Grand Concert each evening. '   '     ���������  Special Attraction at the New Westminstersbpera' House.  ��������� Monster 'Excursions from all points, at greatly reduced ra,tes.  For special features see small handbills.  ���������.   No entrance fee charged for Exhibits. ,  '     EXECUTIVE���������His  Worship,'' Mayor Ovens,   T. J. Trapp,   W. J.' Mathers,   Geo. D  Brymnor, R. F. Anderson, Aid. J. F. Scott, Aid..M..Sinclair.      '  For Prize Lists, Entry' forms, and full particulars, write to -  T: J. TRAPP,     , < "_.       ARTHUR MALINs! ���������  Piesidcnt.   ��������� _      ���������'^ .     ' "--  Secretary..  'W. H. KEARY, Commissioner.   '.        '   ���������      '���������  rJ * ���������j  A' New Stocky we ,. are- prepare^ >tjC|.;t^^  turn out at short notice  -'���������'\Vl"vv������S|  hts and privileges   pertaining to  \  jidents in Canada after jthey had  len naturalized."       '    '���������''_ '       ���������  . *  |i��������� .     -  FNbw th'e'T^Un*alization Act (Sec,  [') enacts:that "An alien to whom .  (Certificate   of   naturalization   is  Lnted, _hall, within  Canada,   be  [titled to all political and   other  Ehts and privileges *   *   *   *   to  Uch a natural-born .British   sub-  pt is entitled *    *    *    *   within  Inada."  Lf such is the cape,   (and it  can-  ft- be denied   that it  is,) .then  a  Ruralized   subject ought \o be al-  red to vote in the  same manner  a natural born   subject, -of the  seen.    How  would the working-  rn like to  see every British  sub-  kt have  a vote?    It bfsl o >ves ;the  frkingman  especially to see that  triving to ameliorate his   pos.it-  he does not reach for more than  can get.    The story of  tbe dog  ���������ssing the  stream has been prov-  true   very often in   the past.    I  iy in  this   case  adduce   further  oof of the logic of the fable."  Yours etc.,  X.'Y.Z.  The Spokane  Industrial   Exposition, to  be held % from the   17th of  October,   will be a--great  musical  treat.    Every vperson in the north  west who enjoys music will be glad  to spend as  much timc^as possible  at ������poluine during  the Exposition,  and enjoy the feast of music which  is being prepared for that occasion.  Never before in all this  part of the  country has there been such an opportunity to hear such grand, soul-  inspiring,   martial music     Every  student of music will be anxious to  attend, for it will   be an opportunity, that may not come again for a  long time.  Besides the big Grand Army Band  of Canton, Ohio, there will be other  musical attractions. Three programs of music everyday will be  furnished. There will be a concert every forenoon lasting for an  hour; in the afternoon there will be  a concert for two and one-half  hours and in the evening the program will last for three hours. The  director of the band is a leader of  an orceestra, and with his band will  ������  ! be able to play music for any kind  of enterainment features will be provided. .   ', .  cjvrjR;, 3^oIj3E_30������:  General Teaming Powdei  Oil, Etc., Hauled. Wood  inBlocks Furnished.  SCAVENGER  WORK DONE  Society     Cards  Hiram-_GGf>-e No" 14 A.F '.& A.M.,B.C.  Courtenay B. C.  Lodge meets on,every Saturday on or  before the full of the moon  Visiting Brothers    cordially  requested  to attend. . /  R. S. McConnell, .  c       Secretary.  Cumberland   Encampment.  No. 6,   I. O. O. F.,   Union.  Meets every alternate Wednesdays.of  each month at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Visiting  Brethren cordially invited to attend.  Chas. Wkyte, Scribe.  _P_^,0_=1_E]SSIO_>r__.J_J,  and general work at  moderate prices.  !n South  America there exists a  id offish, which may be described  a fresh water  locust.    The crea-  3S are no more than four or-five  les  long,   but their  dander lies  ieir enormous number.^ and in-  Piblfc  voracity.   They   are  ver-  lle bloodhounds that fairly  fill  [waters and attack all comers in  les and swarms.    If any foreign  %t drops into the stream it is at  h surrounded by t-hostsaoOiS, and  ive it is reduced  to a skeleton  marvelous short time.    Horses  fading  a stream  have  been so  prized ,by the attacks of  these  sen foes  that they ihave  fallen  t and hpr^e and rider have been  _ynedf  WHEN T.HS PAY IS DONE.  Out of clouds, out of countenance,  out of wit ���������Ben Johnson.  Let friendship-creep, gently to a  height; If it rush  to it it may soon j  run itself out of breath.���������Fuller.  The brain of woman never interests  V4-s   like tbe  heart of woman; white  roses please less than red.���������Holme?.  The height of  ability consists in  . . .  L. P. Eckstein . . .  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Office  PIours: 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.  Saturdays 10 a. m. to 1 p. m *  CUMBERLAND, B.    C.  YA.RW0O_>:&   YOUNG.  ���������BAKKiSTEftS and SOLICITORS  Corner of Bastion tind Commercial  Streets, Nanaimo, B. C.  BiiANCir Office, Third Street and Dunsmuir  Avenue, B. C.  Will bo in Union the 3rd   Wednesday  of  each month aud remain ten days.  .-    NOW READY  WILLIAMS  B.  C.  DIRECTORY  ���������For 1899���������  Tlie lew England Hotel,  M. & L. YOUNG,Props.c  rlct9ria, TanooBTBP Island,  Espmalt & Maimo By.  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  NOV. 19th, 1898. *  C. H. TARBELL.  DPALER    IN  O^  U Vh ������Ok);-Giiiu.  i iii yv-Ufi u  CUMBERLAND, B.C,.-  UMVM'MJjraXK  i������i--*nri_?tf-MrrnTitinMnrmnji , .������.������������������wt->w>-������-tj<i������i_Ti_miMrjii  GORDON    BURDOCK'S . .  ^m&szssB***-- ^ J. V E R Y.  PUBLISHED   ANNUALLY  j.1 ii 1  j <��������� j-, ,  i The Largest and Most  Complete   Bi?eo  thorough   knowledge   of the  real | lory yet published for  B.it.sh  Colirmbla.  value of things and of tlie genius of J Contains over 1QjQC&pages of aS!  Single and Double Rigs to let  . .   .' ���������at���������  leasonaMe Prices  Near   Blacksmith Shop, 3rd St;  CUMB^LAND,    B.  O.  VICTORIA TO WEIi_,_WG2i:ON,  No. 2 Daily. No. i Saturday,  a.m. _>._������,   v  Dc. 9:00 .' Victoria Do. &2fe  "    9:2S  Goldscream "-"4:33^  "   10.i J Shawuigan Lake ���������*'.   5.SS'  ". 10:iS.  ..Duncans .-' ......6:i������.;  ���������.      P.M.    ���������'-,: ;-'   .-; .-���������   P.M..';" '  ", 12:34..; ���������.���������Nanaimo.......   .......7:41^  Ar. 12:10..... Wellington.......... Ar. 7:55',  \VELLI_IGTON   TO  V^pTOBIA.  Ny. 1 Daily. Na 3 Saturday.  A.M. _.M. *  ���������l>a. S:05 ...Wellington.... De. _95.  "   8:2f) Nanaimo  " _'S9  9:55 Duncans *���������   K-05.-  " 10:37 Shuwnigan Lake .... " . C;iftv  V 11:23    Goldstream "   7.32 ���������  Ar. 1.1:30    ..^ Victoria.. ......Ar. 8:0Q.rm^  Keduced latcs to and from, all points ob'  Saturdays and Sundays good So return Mon-,  day.  For rates  and   all   information    appry at  Company's Offices. "  A. DUNSMUIR.  Prksxdbnt.  Geo. L. COURTNEY.  Traffic Manage^  the age we live in.  Rocherfoucaulcl. ! the  latest    information.  YOU  HAVE A WATCH  i  Tn be obuiiriedxlirect fio-n the Direc^orv  Officer Victoria,'the   Agents,   or  P,   O.  THAT DOES NOT GIVE     Box 4S5, Victoria, 13. C.  &i������l  ������  R  ��������� ,  WE   WANT YOUR  o  K  ^FII).il|gg  SATISFACTION liRING IT. TO  . Stoddart.  Opposite Waverlev Hotei-  FO,R SALE:   Old  papers.    Apply . at. News. Office.  fm oalioi-HuIum prices _^  ^s^s^������s_*y? ^^$r_>y^^^x^-^^ss  PURE  MILK  delivered by mo daily  in  Cumberland   and  Uuion.     A share of patronage 13 solicited.  JAMES REIT).  LEADING   SARBEB  and  T___._KIII3_____^_VC3i3_?'  Keeps a Large Stock  of Fire Arms. Amunir.  tion and Sporting,  Goods of all. ���������descrigjj  tions.  UMBERLAND^        B.   Ci. CHARMED BY A SNAKE  THE FEARFUL EXPERIENCE OF A MAN  UNDER   ITS SPELL.  ���������low   It   Feels   i<>   Be   Fascinated   l������y  ttTio   51 jDuotic    Influence   of   a   Ser-  jpcnt���������Fatjinjv Cer.taiu Dentfc and Vet  , ?."-7Hl������'e to  Move u  liiiuit. t  1 hare snakes with  a   holy hatred; but,  nnjj lj;;hig afflicted with "nerves"   in   any  ���������grmit measure, am not afraid of them un-  _er ordinary circumstances,   and   even "in"  'tJiesomewh-it out   of   the way position iu  which I found myself  on   Saturday,    tho  irth of April, 1SSI7, lean hardly say now  whether it is to fear or fascination, as en-  xsirly distinct from terror,   that  my  feel-  "ingson that particular occasion are to   be  .-.strilied.  Accompanied by my friend, Mr. Lindsay Turner, I went to spend the holidays  ������*ij a shooting trip in the Blue mountains,  IS"������w _?duth 'Wales.  On cli.it meiporablo Saturday we had  ��������� aio.'ie some hard climbing amid beautiful  VKUuury and around a great gap when  -wtitfijnu out on a higli level which ran  h;wk the way we had como. We decided  ~tm return, Turner keeping to tho -higher  li'xcl and 1 by the route wo had traversed,  tout with tho understanding that wo woro  not Co lose sight of .one another. o  On the return I had very little difficulty  in regaining the former level, for the gap  ran many yards back, and I had only to  follow it, holding by the projections of the  -edge, until a firmly rooted shrub assisted  I had negotiated the narrow, , broken  ledges and was about to enter comparative  - -safety  when, without  any  warning,, my  friend, the snake, came slipping  leisurely  ��������� '=_long through tho ferns and scrub within  a few feet of where I stood at the extreme  end of the terrace, upon a four inch ledge,  JioJding on with the fingers of both' hands  stnvck in a shoulder high crevice. Both  the reptile and I enmu to a sudden halt  ���������upon seeing each other, tlie snake's black,  'forked tongue flickering in and out as it  iviised its head threateningly.  B wondered what on earth the brute  ���������could.be doing in that spot, but supposed  _t had got out of its course when making  _Cor the low ground and presumed that,  after tho nature of its kind, it would scut-  T.I������ hack again as -I  advanced.    I was on  ���������" :ithe point of moving forward when, to my  Aittxx? horror, instead of retreating, it be-  .3]KHi to sway its  head  gently   to  and  fro  ��������� Jioi'iian tally,   at  tlie  same   time  coining  ���������._--toward me by imperceptible degrees until  St fay with its round nose Within striking  '"distance of my leggings.  ������ cannot account for tlie feelings  which  ���������ftook possession of me.   I tried tp retreat���������  _: had only to go back a pace or two, and I  ,would bo in absolute security���������but for the  ��������� life of hie I could not do so'    Let  it  not  i_������ Chought that at  this- time  I   had  the  slightest  fear,   notwithstanding  tho  fact-  ChaSa bite from the snake  meant certain  tiuafth     My   only  sensation   was  that  of  1 wonder both at tho serpent's behavior and  the consciousness of my inability to move  After remaining thus for some time tho  .reptile drew  its   length  by   slow   degrees  _������������ucoil, the transverse belly scales  male-  ���������2Mg a gritty, hissing rustle  as they dragged, over the  rock.     Then   it   gradually  x'aiscd its head  a  foot above-   the center  /zaii, and 1 have an indistinct  recollection  Kjhat I 'cried to cry to Mr. Turner to "look  _������4 __s tolack snake,"   while  a cold sweat  *_>roke out iri the palms of my hands.  JlCko beauty of the snake excited an oyer-  "^ipoworing sense of admiration   in me���������its  "..soficdicd,. jet black skin, its diamond eyes,  "a;hc fruveVy tints  of  its   belly, that flushed  ���������cr���������id glowed   from   bright crimson to rosy  ;pink, aud above  all   the  eternal   licking  ���������-j3ri flickering  of  tho long forked tongue  ���������rjuivering back and forth     After  a  tirae  yny attention was  fixed'on   the   tongue  .���������alAe,   and   as   1   watched   its   incessant  movementy I felt so utterly helpless, yet so  tfOHifioious of that helplessness, without, I  snaiuiain, the slightest approach  of  fear,  TLhat, I wondered   how   it  was 1 continued  _w E������iep my hold.  . The head swayed more rapidly now, and  .tu Sow humming* murmur throbbed  TfihwMigh my brain, drumming, drumming  _cn my cars and keeping time to the sway,  -ttili Ihe eyes and tongue seemed a (lashing,  flittering band of light across my sight  :Sw.iideiily the movement ceased. My  fficaases returned instantly with a great  "oauraaction of the heart, like one who is  jsiA'&Ai���������ly awakened to Icrribls danger.  ������ trembled in, every limb; tho sweat  -Twits (louring down my tcmxilcs and along  ���������_>iy spine, for my danger was imminent;  *.her snake's neck was drawn back in a  <;_rwj sideways ready to strike; it shot  lorward. I felt the slight blow as it  :_struc7������ my legging, and with a shriek of  'desperate terror 1 leaped backward off the  ���������scliti. Down, down, down L went, struck  ^something���������and came to .myself again, to  jund Mr. Turner holding niy head on his  ->-ncr. un'd bathing it with icy cold water.  ��������� My escape was almost miraculous, for  -hough 1 was bruised from   head  to  foot  and my shirt reduced to rags not a oone  was fractured, not a limb- wrenched, only  iuy temple raid shoulder were rather severely scratched. Of course I am hardly  in a position to give tho details of my  aerial flight, but my companion's account, as he related it, when 1 recovered  from my dazed condition and after searching carefully to make sure that the snake's  fangs had not penetrated my gaiter and  the thick breeches beneath, is as follows:  Seeing me regain the terrace after safely  passing along the broken ledges, he had  picked up the camera, with the object of  sna.p shooting me, and was moving about  to get a clear view through the trees when  1 called to him to "look at the snake."  For fully five minutes 1 stood perfectly  still, at intervals calling out, "Snake,  snake!" until suddenly' 1 sprang backward off'the cliff. For 50 feet I fell sheer,  and, my spring having carried me clear  of the rock, 1 landed in a sitting posture  upon the,top of a tall mountain ash tree,  crashed through the small branches and  so reached the ground.  After resting and smoking for half an  hour 1 felt entirely recovered and determined to revisit the terrace, in the hope  of finding tho snako and ,paying off old  scores.     ��������� '  Arriving at the rocky platform, I armed  myself with a stout stick and had barely  covered half tho terrace when I caught  sight of my black acquaintance sunning  himself at full length on the very verge of  thu precipice-  He came straight at me, with head  erect, swollen neck and hissing like a  fiend. That sort of thing I could understand, so I cut hi in down, gave him one  across the back that broke his spine and  thou administered a dose of his own medicine by inserting the end of my stick  among the writhing coils aud tossing him  over the cliff.  from that time forward boomed. Men  who would ordinarily sit quietly  through an entertainment and behave  themselves allowed themselves to be influenced by the contagion.���������Louisvilla  Courier-Journal  TIioko Jlodest JajJiJiieMe!  Here is a matrimonial advertisement  that is hard .to take seriously. A lady  who calls herself Ho.snijoshi seeks a  husband in the Kanaz'awa Shimbun. a  Japanese paper She describes .herself  thus  "1 am a beautiful * woman, with  cloudlike hair, flowery face. v������m How like  waist, and crescent eyebrows 1 hav:-  enough property to walk through life  hand in hand gazing at flowers in the  day and the moon at night, If then* is  a gentleman who is clever, learned,  handsome and of good tnf-to. I will join  with him for life and .share tlie pleasiue  of being buried in the .same grave.'  To this an answer comes from a ;rr-:i-  tleman who signs himself Ariwara IJ'it-  Bun;ji.- whose advertisement runs as foi-  lows  "I am the greatest genius of ihe  present time, and people regard me as  the handsomest man in Kanazawa \l,  the lady sees me but once, she will be  unable to restrain her love for me I  will fix nnyplaceand time for our, meeting."  %  -P. O. DRAWER   1J487.  J\ ID. 07_Bs.x_sisr.  3 48   Princess St., Winnipeg:.  GRAIN AND  STOCK  BROKER.  Private wire connection-ivith alJ markets.  Grain bought and carried on margin.  Correspondence Solicited.  THE  markets:  Fine manners are a stronger bond than  a beautiful face. The former binds; the  latter only attracts.���������Lamartine.  Well Anittvcred.  In the early part of this century there  lived in Nantucket a young Quakeress  whose wit caused- many a ripple in the  demure circle of the Friends.  When this pretty Martha attended  yearly meeting in Newport at the age  of 18, her youthful spirits brought her  occasional grave looks from the elders,  although her real goodness of heart'was  never questioned.  One evening, during the session of  yearly meeting, Martha was the center  of a group of young people gathered  near the windows of the parlor in tbe  boarding vhouse .where some cf the  Friends lodged for the time. The j'oung  people were playing the simple and  amusing game of "humorous definitions." Martha's wit caused such frequent laughter that a solemn faced person rose from his seat at the other end  of the room'and asked, in a loud, stern  voice  "Martha; can thee give me the definition of gravity?"  The pretty Quakeress colored at this  public and unnecessary rebuke, fcnt  after scarcely perceptiblo hesitation,  she answered demurely.  "I am not able to give thee a definition of my own. Friend Brown, but  perhaps that of De la Rochefoucauld  will suit thee. He says that 'gravity is  a mysterious carriage of the body, invented to cover the defects of the-  mind.' "���������Youth's Companion.  DriiK(ine Brahma.  A young Hungarian violinist, who  was continually talking about his wonderful skill and great fame, had his  flatteries addressed to Brahms cut short  with tlie brusque remark. "More finger  exercise and' fewer phrases, young  man!"  A'young woman who, played tlie pianoforte asked tbe composer as to tne  advisability of giving a concert in  Vienna. - .  "Are you all ready?" inquired  Brahms  ,   "Certainly, dear master i   May 1 play  something for yon V  '"Oh. no. no'  I meant only have yon  a new gown and gloves?"  "Yes. sir '  "Pity: otherwise. 1 should have advised you not to give the concert. "  Neither Coil Id   Hend.  The , late Mrs Keeley. the actrprs.  used to tell an anecdote of Queen Victoria on the occasion when she had the  honor of being received by her majesty  On being presented she excused herself  from making a low courtesy by saying.  "Your iua.ie.sty. 1 have rheumatism in  my knees, and 1 cannot courtesy  "Mrs Keeley.' replied the .queen.  "1 can't, either ' And the veteran ac-  tres* was put at her ease by the homeli-,  ness of the remark and its common  touch of nature, which made the two  women kin  "Coins Out   to   See  ii  Man,"  "Going out to see a man" was tin  invention of Artemns Ward. One night  in the ���������* inter of ISO.-), when the humorist was about half through his lecture,  he paralyzed his audience with the announcement that they would have to  take a recess of 15 minutes so as to en-  ablehim to go across the street to "see  a man." H. R. Tracey, the editor of  the Washington Republican, was in tho  audience, and, seeing an opportunity to  improve upon the joke, penciled theso  lines and sent them to the platform  "Dear Artemns���������If yon will place  yourself under my guidance, I'll tako  you to 'see a man' without crossing the  street."  Artemus accepted the invitation, and  while the great audience impatiently  but with much amusement awaited the  reappearance of the humorist the latter was making the acquaintance of  Amai), a well known restaurant keeper  at that time, and luxuriating at a well  laden refreshment board. Of course  everybody "caught on to" the phrase,  and men became fond of gettingup between the acts and "going out to see  Amah."     The  restaurateur's  business  Another Question.  "Pa. what sort of a house is that?"  "That, my son. is the blind asylum.  Blind people livo in there.'  "They can't see. can theyV  "No. my boy  "Then what has the houso got windows for if thev can't see?"  There are 88 canals of business importance within the limits of the United States They vary in length from  one mile to 8SI. that of the Erie, and in  cost from !?70.()()U  to $.V3.()00.0u0>  -   Wheat prices have   shown   considerable   improvement     during   the- past  week.    The conditions surrounding the  market have not   changed except  that  the news fr6m Russia and Roumanla is  much  worse than heretofore and all of  the crops of these countries will show a  very  considerable  reduction   as   compared  with ' last   year.     The   winter  wheat crop of the United States is now  being harvested and the  yield  is turning, out about   as expected.    The governments figure" sindicate a total crop of  winter and spring wheat of about 180,-  000,000 bus. less than that of last year  and as this estimate is based upon yery  promising.spring wheat conditions,   it  is, of   course,   liable to be cut  down  considerably   should anything occur to  injure the prospect.   Prices do not- look  high in view of.the moderate crop promise and any change should be in the  direction of better values.   The following review of the foreign   crop   situation, issued today at Washington, is as  complete and reliable as any   that can  be obtained :    The worlds crop  is estimated by some authorities at 2,504,000-  000 t bus. as against 2,748,000,000 bus.  in 1S9S,', a   reduction  of  244,000,000  bus.    Other   estimates place th������ shortage, at,352,000,000 bus.    The  Russian  crop cannot be a good one and may not  exceed that of   1897   which  was  only  255,0u0,000   bus.    Germany   has  had  imnrv'ed  weather   of- late.    Australia  promises   an average wheat crop  with  rye and   oats   short.    The  Hungarian  prospect   is for 140,000,000 bus., compared with 124,000,000 bus.    in    1898.  Severe ,   drought     has     prevailed   in  Rouniama and the wheat crop does not  promise over  thirty  perent of an average.     Reports from   Bulgaria .are  not  good,    Italy   sends   favorable  reports,  Spains   are   improved,     although   the  crop will not be as ��������� large as last y^ars.  The French area is about the   same   as  in JS98, but the   condition   is   5   per  cent lower, promising a crop 20,000,000  bus. less   than   last  year.    The  India  crop  is   considerably   smaller than in  189S.   The outlook in Australia is very  fuvoriible! ���������  J. D. O'BRIEN.  Winnipp-. .Tune In, 1S99.  WiXKlI'liiti-   INDUSTRLAX.  POSITIVE PROOF!  ���������that-  JAPANESE CATARRH CURE CURES.  The following-' testimonial is only one of the  hundreds daily received by the Proprietors of  Japanese Catarrh Cure. Coming from British  Columbia, where, owing to extreme dampness  of the climate, catarrh is more prevalent and  more difficult to cure than in oilier,parte,makes  it. more valuable. Mr. James F������rr, of 1he well-  known firm of J. & K. A. Fair, Chllliwhack, B.  C., writes: "I have I,ecu very-badly troubled  with catarrh for year", and tried all the advertised remed'es and many doctors, but in every  case the catarrh came back. One year ago I ,  purchased six "oxes of Japanese Calarrh Cure,  and since linishinfy the ueatmont with this  remedy, have not left ihe least sig-a of catarrh.  My nephew, William bentley, was also so-bad  with catarrh that it was unpleasant to go- near  him; he has also been cured by Japanese.  Catarrh Cure.- We keep it ior sale iu our store.',  and know of many others similarly afflicted  who have been cured." .Japanese Catarrh Cure  is guaranteed to cure any case ot catarrh. Sold  by all Druggists. A tree sample will be sent to  any person suffering with this rlisiwo.' Enclose  iivc cent stamp. Address Tlie Griffiths &  Macpherson Co., Toronto.  Their  Great   Problem.  - The time had come when women  were on juries, and it so happened that  this one was composed 'entirely of  women.  The forewoman first  made sure that  there was no man in the room and then  -she said:,    ,  ' "Ladies, we will first ballot to see  whether the plaintiff or,the defendant  is the handsomer num. "'���������  It is helieved that   in   China there in  20 limes as much coal as in aU Eurouo.  MATRON   AND   MAID.  Miss l^nmti Bradlaugh, a sister of  Charles lii-adlaugh, is ill and in straitened  cireumstances  By do'mj;- her own marketing while at  Newport Mrs. "\V. K. Vaiiderbilt, Jr., has  set a new lash ion for brides.  Miss Lottie Simmons of Friendship,  Me., raised last so:ison a turnip which she  coaxed up to the enormous weight of lii^A  pounds.  Mrs. Selina AVeeden of Bridgowatsr,  Vt., has some /maple- sugar- which was  .made :iU jvars-ugo and which-still retains  excellent'- flavor. ���������'/���������'.'���������  Mrs. Choate, wife of the American em-  hassador in London, is in Paris, where  shti has bought some of tho most exquisite  court gowns made in that city.  Mrs. Hetty Green has rented ; a cottage  in Newport, Tt. I., where she will pass the  summer, making fruqueiit business trips  to New York and New Bedford.  That  GAUTHIER  Mr. Major owes his life to  CERTIFIES  A miraculous cure after 20 years of  suffering with  Physicians have learned to recogmze the difference between patent medicines and the great private prescrip-  v Cions of Dr. A. W. Uhase, and do not hesitate to endorse aud prescribe Dr. Chase's family remedies for the diseases  ���������*������������������  for which they are recommended.  Dr. J. T. A. Gauthier, of Valleyfield, Que., writes: "I, the undersigned, certify that the contents of this  . letter, in regard to the cure of Mr. Isadore Major, by the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills is correct."  Mr. Isadore Major, Valleyfield, Que., writes: "After 20 years of suffering from backache and kidney disease I owe my life to Dr. A. W. Chase. I had tried an endless variety of remedies to no avail, and on the recom-  raendation of a friend began the use of Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. Two pills that night and two the  -next morning gave great relief, and I continued their use till now I am completely cured. My friends are surprised  .and pleased to see me well again, for I had spent hundreds of dollars in vain trying to get cured. Before using  ���������Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills my back ached so I could not put on my shoes and could not lift twenty ponnds.  My shoulders were so sore I had headaches and a bad taste in my mouth. These troubles are now entirely gone,  and what I say I am ready to prove. I have told my friends of my wonderful cure, and many have been greatly  benefited by using these pills."  It is such wonderful cures as this that have given Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills claim to the title of "the  world's greatest kidney cure."    25 cents a box at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  The list of attractions this year is a  very leug one, and iu-every case' it is  new and different from last year.  Among these attractions may be noted  the Virginia State Colored Band. This  is a negro organization which not only  comprizes a fine brass baud of twenty-  five pieces, but also produces a nuthber  of special features such as cake walks,  plantation scenes, cooii dances, pican-  uiny songs, etc. This aggregation is  highly spoken of wherever it has appeared as a great mirth provoker.  Cottons Donkey Circus is said to be  one of the finest things iu its line and  something entirely new. The comical  and absurd situations which can be produced by the. scientific use of several  donkeys, men and boys are more than  can be imagined. This feature proves  a great relaxatirn for old and young.  There will be the Imperial troupe of  Japanese jugglers. This troupe came  over to attend the Omaha Exposition,  and they are the princes of the art of  balancing and juggling which has been  cultivated to such a high pitch by this  clever nation. Diana, Queen of the  Light, is another attraction. This is  a serpentine dance similar to that  which made  Loie Fuller  famous.  This year Prof. Herbert.._ will appear  with one of the greatest troupes of  trained dogs ever seen, This troupe  includes Dink, the famous diving dog,  which dives from a fifty foot ladder  into a tank of water.  Prof. Hand will, as in previous fairs,  provide the fireworks. These this  year will be.largely of the nature of  the latest mechanical devices as fiery  serpents, set pieces, stars, and a variety or beautiful rockets, shooting stars,  showers, golden laid, wheat sheaves,  etc., that have made this great pjrrotech-  nic artist, famous all over the Dominion.  The last to he named in this list is  a balloon ascension and parachute drop  under somewhat novel conditions. A  female aeronaut will go up in a balloon seated on an ordinary bicycle, and  when many hundred feet in the air she  will release the parachute and drop to  the ground and ride back to the place  of ascent on her bicycle. ���������'���������  Midway & Champion  BANKERS   AND   BROKERS  362  MAIN  ST., WINNIPEG.  Listed  Stocks bought, sold, and carrried  ou margin.  Write us if you wish to exchange any kind of  money, to buy Government or O. N. W. Co.  Lands, or to send money anywhere.  HIS OWN FREE WILL.  Dear   Sirs,���������I   cannot     speak , too,  strongly  of the   excellence- of   MIN-  ARD'S LINIMENT.    It^is   THE rem-  edy in niy household for bar as, sprains,  etc., and we would not be without ifc.- .  It is truly a wonderful medicine.  JOHN A. MACDONALD,  Publisher Arnprior-Chronicle.  Poor Fellow,  Coroner���������Was the victim conscious  when you reached him?     r   , <  Pat���������,Yis, sor. he -worr. But bechune  us, I don't belave he knew tit.���������Philadelphia North-American? - -  S]������i'iiiK'tiitie Prominence.,  "Tubbs. does spring make yon lazy?"/  "No:   it makes so many other people  lazy that 1 show up as  quite  industri-  aus."'; .   ��������� '    ">"���������     ��������� ���������   ���������   - . ��������� "���������  Safe,Hail Insurance* /  The Manitoba Farmers'-Mutual Hail.-. '  Insurance Company, with its  head  of-'   /l  fice at Winnipeg,   Manitoba, is ^an   or  ganization every farmer ��������� should  inves-'  tigate, as every farmer heeds  safe   and."  reliable protection   to  his  crops  from  the destructive hail storms.    This com--  pany is incorporated under the laws  of-  the Province of Manitoba   by  some  of  the leading farmers and   business  men  of the Province.      The Compauy issues  to its members a fivo-j'ear   policy  with  protection of $800 on a quarter section.  Every policy holder is a member of the  Company and eligible to the election of  office  at   the   annual   meeting.      For  further   information   apply  to E. * A.  Taylor, 503 Mclntyre Block, Winnipeg,  Manitoba.  /  Official���������Certainly, there's a bounty  of 8 marks for killing an otter Where  did you find him'! ���������.-���������.'..���������'"''.'.'"���������'.'  Peasant���������In the forest of -Stolzen-  berg.":''���������'��������� ..'>������������������ \      ' ��������� ��������� ���������������������������  Official���������Well, 'there's a fine of o  marks for trespassing there, so yon owe  just 2 marks!���������Fliegende Blatter.  Wcmen'Need  ������t Suffer  From those terrible side  aches, hack aches, headaches and the thousand and  one other ills which make  life full of misery.  Most of these troubles are  due to impure, imperfectly  filtered blood���������the Kidneys  aro not acting right and in  consequence the system is  being poisoned with impurities. ' !  DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS  are   claily proving themselves woman's  greatest friend and benefactor.  Here is an instance:  Mrs. Harry Fleming, St. Mary's, N.B.,  says: "The use of Doan's Kidney Pills i  restored me to complete health. The  first symptoms I noticed in my case were  severe pains in the small of my back  and around the loins, together with  general weakness and loss of appetite.  I gradually became worse, until,  hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a  box from our druggist.  I am pleased to testify to their effectiveness in correcting the troubles from  which I suffered. THE,CUMBER!AND NEWS  CUMBERLAND. B.C.  LITERATURE.  Down  'Em  Pretty Sti-���������������_? rroof. '  "Well," said Deacon Stubbles, "they  ���������say your son Josh is gittin to" be quite  ���������a man up to the city. "  "Yes," Squire Sprogle assented, "it  .'pears  like he was.    I didn't take no  ���������stock   in    the    reports    till    yistady.  "Thought Jcsh was jist a-tootin his own  horn.    Always did   like   to talk about  hisself a good deal, you know."  '   "Yes, Josh was never no' hand to set  'laround  and wait for  folks  to find out  ���������about hi? good p'ints.    But what hap-  ^.pened,yistady to make you think there  , was really somethin   in the talkabout  -gittin to be a great man? Was his photograph printed.in some paper?"  "No, 'twan't that, but a reporter  ���������come down hero to ast 'if Josh didn't  used to-be all fired lazy, or always ruu-  nin away from school, or if he wasn't  ���������aqueer sort of a child that "wanted to  be away by hisself and not have nothin  to do with other children. When they  begin to try "to find out whether a feller  was any of them kinds of a boy. you  kin makeup your mind that he's gittin  to be pretty considerable of a chap."���������  ���������Chicago News.  '. IMPURITIES IN THE BLOOD. ���������  When the action of the kidneys becomes  impaired, impurities in the blood are almost sura to follow, ,and general derangement of the system ensues. -Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills will regulate the kidneys,  so that they will maintain healthy action  and prevent the complications which certainly come when there is derangement  of these delicate organs. Asa restorative  these Pills-are in-the first rank.  too  Didn't Concern Her.  "Your   dressmaker's   bills   are.  ,high," he said:  ������,    "Well," she replied, "why don't you  '��������� speak to her about it?"      ���������'   ,,  South   It   Always   Makes  Talk of Land.  "What is the field for a first class  magazine in the south?" was the question of a literary gentleman.  "Well," was the reply, "there area  thousand acres of field for it���������good,  fallow-field and well timbered territory,  but"���������"       =   ���������- ��������� ,--���������- ---~  "That's just what everybody says,"  he interrupted. J^They invariably hedge  with a 'but' or an 'if in answering my  question. I know what they would say.  It's a question of sufficient capital. But  I^ve got my own opinion on that line.  The south doesn't want a' first class  southern magazine I"  "That's a strong statement!"  "But a true one. Now, I've talked  to a dozen men in a dozen days about a  great southern magazine. All thought  we should have one, but the minute  they discovered that I controlled the  capital for, such an enterprise they  switched me off on- a real estate track  and tried to Hell me land and buildings,)'  Fact, sir. And I couldn't get 'em to  talk magazine after thatl Why, .the  biggest literary man in a certain Georgia  county, to whom I naturally looked for  "sympathy, tried to unload three farms  and a prospective gold mine on me as  soon as I told him I thought of investing in a southern magazine I"   ,,  "And  do  you still think of  invest-  in������?"  , "Not now,''he said. ,"They've got  me in the real estate business tool"���������  ���������Atlanta Constitution.  This B.st  Remedy for  Spring Weather  Weakness.  B-B-B*  Makes  Rich  Red  Blood.  The Blood is the very essence of life.  As it courses through the system it carries  with it, if pure and rich, nutrition to every  cell in the body. If impure, it spreads  disease. If thin and watery, it fails to  nourish, hence we have weakness, debility and decay. ������  It-is the wonderful power B.B.B. has  in purifying- impure blood, making thin,  watery blood rich and red, that is at the  bottom of its marvellous success in curing-  disease.  , Those who are pale, thin, weak,  troubled with blotches, pimples or eruptions of any kind should take B.B.B.  It makes the pale cheek rosy, the skin  clear and smooth, and infuses new energy  into weak, worn, run down, shattered  constitutions.  Skin  Clear.  ?  Knew.  a tree is the hardest  lie  '-'What kind of  to climb?" asked the teacher.  'lOne that hain't got no limbs," lit-  F< tie.Albert replied'.���������Chicago News. '  Evidently Proujjerlngr. "  "Is your son succeeding in business'i'\  "I should say so.   He has made enough  to have his photograph taken sitting at  , his desk. " . ��������� ^  Mitiarus Liniment Cures Gargetiu Coir*  1 It Was  Supremely Funny.'  "Haw, haw, haw," laughed the Englishman. "Funniesfcyjoke I ever heard. "  - "What is*it?"-asked the American.  "Why, a man- got  up  one  morning  A Great Rheumatic Remedy.'  Mr. H. E. West, Water St., Vancouver,  writes: "I had, been suffering from avery  painful attack of' rheumatism in' my  right shoulder, and could not attempt to  raise my arm, so great was tho pain.  Griffiths' Menthol Liniment was applied,  and in less than four hours the pain entirely left it, and, 1* could use my arm  freely.    It is truly _ wonderful remedy.'"1  and couldn't"find his alarm clock, so he  Wl  asked.his wife'what had become of   it,  it  had~ disappeared' at   6  and she said  o'clock."  "I don't see anything so>very funny  about that."  "Don't you ? Why���������why���������neither do  I now. Thought it was awful funny  when I heard it too. I���������. Oh, yes, now  I know. She said it went off at G  o'clock. Haw, haw, haw!"���������Chicago  Post.   "  -- A'V/ondcrful Drummer.  Probably the most remarkable drummer who ever lived was Jean Henri,  the famous tambour major of the Emperor Napoleon. One of his feats was  to piay on 15 different toned drums at  the same time in so soft and harmonious a manner that instead,of the deafening uproar that might have been expected the effect was that of a novel  and complete instrument. In playing  he passed from one drum to the other  with such wonderful quickness that the  eyes of the spectators could hardly follow the movement of his hands and  body.  Called Him "Prop" For Short.  Among the plantation negroes in the  old times tho naming of a child was a  matter of great moment. Since they all  had the samo surname the distinction had  to bo made in some -other way. And since  there wciw a hundred or more to be named  the Bible, classics, literatureh and history  were culled, from very freely by the master  or somo other member of the family to  assist the parents in this matter. Among  the various names I recall this was tho  most original one���������Elijah the Prophet Lucius K. Polk Mars Abbcrth L. Tho latter  name was a compliment to one of the  young masters, and not to have given the  title would have been an act of discourtesy. The name, however, was abbreviated to "Prop," and,lie was so called.  "I beg to state  I have  used  ' Burdock Blood Bitters  for impure blood, pimples on the face,  &c, and derived great  benefit from it.  My skin is now very clear and free from  all eruptions.    I only used four bottles of  the B.B.B. and can strongly recommend  it to any person suffering from impurities  in the blood or eruptions of the skin."  Mrs. G. B. ,Helmore,  ,    Spehce's Bridge, B.C.  Every "I< have taken  B.B.B. every  Spring-, spring now fori some years, to  ' ��������� purify my blood and keep my  system in good order, and 'can honestly  say that I do not know of its equal  anywhere."    Mrs. Aggie Barnes,'  , '    Lunenburg, N.S.  ��������� RAILROAD TIES.  . FOE. - NJNE YEARS. ��������� Mr. Samuel  Bryan, Thedford, writes: ' _'or nine years  1 suffered with-ulcerated-sores on my leg;  'I expended over ������1<X) to physicians, and  tried every prepaiation I heard of or saw  recommended lor such disease, but could  get "no relief. I at last was recommended  to give Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil a trial,  which has resulted, after using eight bottles (using- it internally and externally),  in a complete cure. I believe it is tha  best- medicine iu the world, and I write  this to let others kno������v what it has done  for me.''  It is proposed to construqt a railway in  French Ouinua.  . Khartum will be reached by the railroad  by' November   next,   barring   accidents  The railroad is now 50 miles south of the  Atbara river.  The original capital of the Pennsylvania  railroad was ������230,000.    Tho system on its  lifty-third birthday represented an invest  mcut of ������900,000,000.  Last year it carried  71,000.000 passengers.  An "improvement'' introduced by the  Groat Eastern railway,-England, consists  in widening the cars to the limit of safety  in order to allow six passengers to wedjie  themselves into ono scat.- "   ,  THE  HOME   DOCTOR.  THE   NEW  SPAIN.  . About the worst that can be said of  Spain now is that it is the Washington  Baseball club of nations.���������Chicago News.  Nothing seems to bo said about what  Spain is goiug to do at the Paris exposition it might at least make a display of  mananas.���������Council Bluffs Nonpareil.   ������  Now that wo are friends with Spain  once more, she may givo us the contract  of building her new navy. Sho has reason  to know that we build a fairly good article  of warship.���������St. Louis Republic.  Cocoanut oil  thickens  and darkens the.-  eyobrows. ,  - A raw egg swallowed will-detach a fish  bono in "tlio throat  A good cure for corns  is  to 'rub them  night  and  morning"with a  piece  of  or  diiuiry sandpaper     11' tiiis method is per  severed in, great relief is at once obtained,  and the corns will gradually disappear  .   "A   good stout toothbrush,   plenty   of  water and  some  antiseptic  dentifrice ap  plied morning and night," says- one who  has given much   thought in   the interests  of antiseptic purity, "will afford a greater  safeguard   against   many  diseases   than  most people aro aware. "  Give Holloway's Corn Cuie a trial. It  removed ten corns from one pair of feet  without any pain. What it has, done once  it will d5 again.  HOUSEHOLD  HINTS.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Eng-  Natural History- Note.  *-'Is it true, professor, that the  lish call hornets 'wasps?' "  "That depends, my dear young lady,  on circumstances. An Englishman stung  by a hornet   is apt to call  it about the  same names  an   American   would."������������������  Indianapolis Journal. '  "Who  Is  Who?"  "Your grandfather used to saw wood  for my grandfather."  "Yea; I've heard him tell how your  grandfather beat him down on his price  and half the time didn't pay him."���������  Chicago Record:  Never let a child sob itself to sleep.  A heated knife cuts freshly baked bread  well.  Black cotton stockings should never be  ironed.  Bruised cloves kept among furs frighten  moths away  Use a warm silver knife for cleaning  ostrich feathers-  White oi egg brushed over morocco  leather freshens it  Homo ol  die .Soul.  I fear that there are many people  who lore Olirist and trust in Him, but  -mho fail to see tihe one great object  of His work; they have never understood the scripture, '"lie died that He  mislit bring us to God." There is a  difference > between the way I am goiuff  and  the  end  I   have  in  view   If" I have a home which I long: to roach,  all the scenery and company around me  cannot satisfy me. God is meamt to  be the home cf our souls.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  AN   OBEDIENT CHILD.  BabyS  OAP  I Must; have the  genuine, The  imitations look  very iiice> but they  hurt my delicate SHIN ���������  TliE AlbcrtToilet Soap CoV.        , '-V ���������'  1  ii!^!d^!__I_^!__I__!4_'T__I__T__T_5T> *y* ^taaV ������j> \t> y*> *t> *y>\t> at__Iaa__^t>_vJ>  1 EDDY'S... ."  TELEGRAPH MATCHES  1899,1  % FIRST in 1851.   ->K   FOREMOST in  The MOST of the BEST MATCHES  for the Least Money.  .  *  *  f  f  & COUNT THEM FOR YOURSELF AND SEE.  *  f  E. Gartly Parker  <T> Oa <(a *.1a *Ja \1+ V> *Xa vT> *f* *y* *T> Xiss vV V> *JA- *J* *.V <fA *V \*A *Ja \1a \T> \T> *������>  $&&&&&$&itt~?W  MEMBER OF THE.  STANDARD   MINING  12  ADELAIDE ST.  E., TORONTO. EXCHANGE.  ALL  STANDARD BRITISH COLUMBIA, ONTARIO AND REPUBLIC  STOCKS  DEALT IN ON, COMMISSION. >  -   I am offering: some attractive money making- stocks just now,  -It trill pay you to  keep in touch with me. .   CODES:   Bedford McNeill's. ClougU's.'Moreing &NealB.'     <  TV. N. U.    22G  It's no Trick  To  make Biscuits, Ruffles, etc., nice   and  light and wholesome when you use  WHITE STAR B_S  It is unsurpassed  in LEAVENING   STRENGTH,  is ABSOLUTELY  PUKE, !  and' LOW IN PRICE. !  THE   DYSON-GIBSON   CO.  LUCAS, STEELE _ BRISTOL  Importers of Groceries  "WTite US. Hamilton, Ont.  Circle Teas  L. S. & B. Coffees  L. S. & B. Extracts  L. S. & B. Spices  REID'S  PIANOS  In touch, tone and fln  ish they have no equal.  Correspondents wanted in every town to act  as agents.  REIB BROS., 257 BLinff St., West,  Toronto.  There aro so immy cough medicines in  tho market tbut ic is sometimes difficult  to tell which to buy; bub if wii had a  cough, a cold or aijy iiilliction of the  throat or lungs, wo would try Bibkle's  Anti-Consumptive ��������� Syrup. Those who  have used it think it is far ahead of all  other preparations recommended for such  complaints. The little folks like it as it  as pleasant as syrup.  SURE REGULATORS. ��������� Mandrake  and Dandelion are known to exert a powerful influence on the liver and'kidneys,  restoring them to healthful action, inducing a regular flow of the secretions and  imparting to the organs completo power  to perform, their functions. These valuable ingredients enter into the composition of Parmelee's Vegetablo Pills, and  serve to render them the agreeable and  salutary medicino they are. There are few  pills so effective as they in their action.  BEE  BUZZES.  Fair haired people are said to be becoming less numerous than formerly.  The ancient Jews were a fair haired  race; now they are, with few exceptions,  dark. So it is, in a lesser degree, with  the Irish, among whom 150 years ago a  dark haired person was almost unknown.  CURED WITHOUT  KNIFE   OR.' PLASTER  DEPT. W. H. ABBOTT,  wmm mkBm medical go,,  57 7  Sherboiirne St.  Toronto.  To shake bees off a heavy comb hold the  frame with both hands.  Every one becoming a bcokceper should  learn how to trjfeisfer ��������� bees.  The crop of honey depends upon thf  force of bees on hand when the season  opens.  Any extra work about the apiary  should he attended to and everything got  in readiness before the bees begin to  swarm.  Beekeeping combined with fruit growing enables one to take a double crop from  ���������the same land.  Never pull up the covers that the bees  have'so closely sealed down unless compelled Co do so.  Queens that are not defective when fed  daily at this time will produce brood to  their utmost capacity.  Minard's Liniment Cores' Diptheriu.  lie Followed Instructions, According  to the Letter nt Least.  A little black boy sat on the soap box  which served as a front step to the  tumble down shanty. He was happy.  So was the lean yellow dog who licked  the boy's arms every chance he got, and  who, when repelled, patiently awaited  another opportunity. His skin was more  than black. Here and there it looked as  if it had been varnished, and his hair  was glued tight to his head, so that.tlie  kinks were scarcely apparent. His fingers clung together when he attempted  to open his fists, and films of silky  sweetness were spun about him as he  threw back his head and opened his  mouth in epicurean ecstasy.  "Goodness, lawl" exclaimed the old  lady who had come suddenly around the  corner. "What yo' pittiri dat .away fob.,  when I jes' bin tryin tu clean yo' up?  Ef yo' ain' went an 'lasses'ed yo'se'f  f urn haid to footl" /  "Dat ain' 'lasses, mammy.'/  "Whut'sde use er me tryin ter make  you   'spectable,   I'd  like  tu know?   I  wash yo' an I dress yo', an den I tells  yo' to go an use de comb, didn' I?"  "Yes'na. An I look aroun' de kitchen  an in de pantry, an all de comb I could  fin' was dishere honeycomb. But I use  dat, mammy; Isho'ly did."���������Washington Star.  is the kind that housekeepers who want only the  best always buy. Packed  in pound ands two-pound,  tin cans, it comes into  the home with all its natural aroma and strength.  Protected by our Seal,  the consumer knows that  its purity and strength  have been untampered  with. Your grocer sells  this kind, but be sure our  seal and name is on the  can you buy.  L  Chaso  .&-  Sanborn,  LEST YOU JFORGET:���������Write for Prices  on Cream Separators, Gasoline Engines, Tread  Powers, ana everything used in the Cheese  Factory, Creamery or Dairy. If von have ten  cows.one of our J land Separators WILL SAVE  its cost the firsc year.  Winnipeg-.  Pleasant as syrup; nothing equals it as  a worm medicine ; the name is Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator. The greatest worm destroyer of the age.  When  Thnckeray "Was Not Elected.  It is almost startling to bo reminded, as  wo are ' by Mrs. Ritchio's introduction to  "The Virginians," that at ono period the  novelist eai-ncstly desired to enter tho  houso of commons. Nay, ho actually stood  for the city of Oxford, coining in at the  bottom of tho poll. "And a very good  thing, too," says Toby, member of parliament, who is supposed to know something of the house.  In 1857, when ho made tho attempt, ho  was 4G years old, far too advanced in life  to make his mark at Westminster. Ho  would haA'o been lost in a crowd of mediocrities, would have been nowhere in the  raco "with the glib, blatant Bashmead  Artlctts of the day. He did much better  when, addressing the electors after the  poll had been declared, he undertook to  "retire and take my place with my pen  and ink at my desk." Tho result was  '' Tho Virginians,'' published in November of this same year, worth a whole session full of speeches addressed to Mr.  Speaker.  Thackeray's contest at Oxford is otherwise notable for ono of ^the neatest and i  most graceful compliments on record, j  Meeting in the street Lord Monck, one of j  his opponents, ho had a little friendly talk |  over tho prospects of the fight, and on taking leave said, "May the best man win." {  "I hope not," said Lord Monck, with a j  courtly bow aud a meaning glance at his I  opponent j  THE MANITOBA FARMERS'  MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY  OF WINNIPEG, MANITOBA,  Insures its members against loss or damage  from hail, and gives prompt adjustment and  pays all losses in full.    Address  E. A. TAYLOR, Manager,    -WI-Tar-PEG-, MAKT.  BRITANNIA, BEAVER and BUFFALO are the finest India and  Ceylon TEAS packed. Put up by  MacKENZIE & MILLS, Winnipeg  RA3NY RIVER NAVIGATION CO.  r  Steamers Keenora, Edna Brj-dgcs, City of  Alberton. .  The steamer Keenora will leave Rat Portage  every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 9  p. m. for Fort Frances, Mine Centre, and all  points on Rainy River and Rainy .Lake. For  rates, etc., apply to any Canadian Pacific Ry.  agent or to���������  GEO. A. GRAHAM, Manager,  Rat Portage, Ont.  highTgradeHpl������ws7~seed!nq~machines,  CarriageB,   Wagons, Barroivs,  Windmills,  &c.   COCKSHUTX PLOW CO., Winnipeg.  GRAND JEWEL COOK STOVES  Bny and use them and  you will fce delighted  with results. If not  satisfied money refunded. Manufactured t>y  Burrow, Stewart h.  Milne, Hamilton, Can.  MAHITOBA DEPOT, 132 Princess St., Winnipee  Askyour dealer for GRAND JEWELS.  5WA   "���������-ffw  r J* * I  V'"v; *i\  ���������' ~*A I  ':,v##l  ���������- *f -c't*  '    -.".^Sl  ���������"��������� ^ -'   i\������.-ij?l  .'.-  -JCVi-'Mfrl  . **; "#  ��������� -; ~,"w  ,.""'   v.- L  ���������   _ ��������� -. j -ar  \ ;���������'. ��������� ������>#;  ' ��������� ������������������. >'%  *i - -' 'a;  ?~t'f.  > ������'-'���������<$_  ���������,;.������'   ^H  .' ,_' - ,.yitl  WE  rARE OF IMITATIONS.  MAKE   FURNACES   TOO M������������wj_flv-������_������.*-  THE'   CUMBERLAND NEWS.  Tf ;  I   ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY.���������  ��������� Subscribers- failing -to-receive The  Nkws regularly wjll confer a favor by notifying, the qffiqe. ,    ./  Job Work Strictly 0. O. D.  flPrjtnsient Ads Caslr in Advance.  SATURDAY,-   AUG. 26th,    1899.  ��������� - Mr.-Thomas Morgan visited Union  the 17thi_.6t.in   his official capacity.    As this was his second   visiit  within" a month, it may be inferred  that the Inspector of Mines was determined-to lose  no time in carry-  out the- latest "Rule" promulgated  <   by-our   local  government for  the  greater   or-less good pf B. C. mines  And miners.'   The zeal of this official in fulfilling his duty in thatres-  ,    pectus;  of course, quite  commendable.    It is to be regretted that his,  knowledge   of the laws   laid down  lor his guidance  does not seem" to  equal"- his   willingness,, to  enforce  ". thejp.    We;thallproceed to explain.  u Mj\ Morgan was escorted through  the various mines, iri operation by  the underground  manager, but not  don-tent -with- the   information  he,  Gould gather incompany  with an-  ,   other; the inspector betook himself  !l -through- the different slopes  alone  and held  impromtu  examinations  pf Japs a'nd-Chinese  whom he:- met  in the -course-of  his  travels.    The  ��������� s'ubjqct  " matter    of   examination  seems to have been   the two words,  Vgas," '-Manger."-   These were writ-'  f ten with  chalk on a  piece of board  find the 'candidate?  was   requested  ', tp spell andJ read them.   .The :last  'Special <R���������!e' spates that persons  employed in mines must be able to  ve&4 ^nd upderjstand the meaning  of the "Special Rules."    What;con-  nection exists between understanding the Special Rules governing the  . miners and reading words  chalked  on a piece of board, we fail to see.  , The sooner the public  know what  the last  SpocialRule  means, if it  pieane anything  at all,   the better  But perhaps Inspector Morgan was  giving-a model lesson after the latest Nanaimo methods.  ��������� -Some   time" after   his tour was  completed, Mr. Morgan sent a communication to the manager of  the  U. C. Co.( ordering him to dismiss  certain Japs and Chinese from the  mines) from which the following is  an extract:���������  : ���������' that the said Chin-  mKMi'ifTk**-. Vrr^-,.1  ^\~)~~~f.  be drawn is that th.e Inspector has  made rash statements or that he is  ignorant of the substance or common sense meaning of the Sub-Section he quotes.  -4V><vw ���������.- ���������*,i<j.i  ������������������*������  "It is very commonly believed  that the Privy Council was acting  in collusion with the Union Colliery Co., with a view to forcing  the burden of Chinese labor upon  British Columbia."���������Herald.  Does the Herald know   that   the  <  U. C. Co., have a powder magazine  up here and that they arc about  arming a regiment of fool-killers to  go down tj Nanaimo ?  dif-  The Klondikers who have returned home are unanimous in condemning the crooked work of the  Canadian officials at Dawson.  These men are upheld by the Liberal press of the Dominion. One  Klondiker told us the onl_? honest  official in the Yukon is Judge  Dugas.  __f_H  I  ��������� 'DEATH.  After many long week's suffering  John A Walker,' son of W B Walker passed to eternal rest on Friday  morning The little lad* was only  eight years old, but the patience  with which he bore his illness and  the courage- with which he faced  death were remarkable, A short time  before the last moment came he  asked to see the garments he would  be buried in, then with a prayer to  the loving Father  his spirit fled to  its heavenly home.  Beautiful wreaths,   crosses,   and  boquets  covered    the   coffin     ber  tokening sympathy to the bereaved  parents, ;.-'..  The funeral takes place to-day at  2pm to the Presbyterian cemetery  at Sandwick    -     . -   ' - -   -v.  The News begs to extend sincere  sympathy to Mr and Mrs Walker,"'  3*9__u__S--������_____iS________MKE^__^  NOTICE.  Comox A.  & I.   Exhibition���������A  special prize of $2.00 1st and  $1.00  2nd, for the best  four-in-hand   tie  for gentleman.  ' Embroidered,  crocheted, or knitted.  We have 70 yards of carpet worth 25 cents  per yard which we reduce to the price of  15 cents per yard, to make quick sales.  Now is your time to buy a carpet   cheap,.  PESS   L irflijg     lining in nine,  ferent colorings, 20 cents per yard.,  olored flannelettes  Nine patterns of colored Flannelettes for  wrappers worth 12 }4 cents at 10 cents  per yard.  I    _PP   niinbziin-'     Eight- pairs of  L_QL_.   LlUI  Lqjllq    Cream    Lace  Curtains, worth $2.50 a pair, going now  at $1.95. A SPLENDID: SELECTION of Art Muslins at- 6j4,'i2)4 and  '7    '   '. \   '   -r      .      f ���������  16^4 cents per yard.  -WIS!  For    Your     Next  Suit of  Clothes.  S3S__S������������  GOOD FIT  ' ���������AND   PRICES  RIGHT  r  CALL AND SEE.  Notice.  W  y ' Rifa wow  CHANGE, OF "CORPORATE   NAME. '  s\  ese and Japanese persons are incompetent and incapable for the perform  ance-of work underground in a  coal mine," and he quotes Subsection 2 of section 69 in support  of his statement. Subsection 2  reads as follows: .       . ���������  "'*'<��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������   Any   person  who' by reason of want of understanding or owing to mental or  physical incapacity or incompetency'   for    the     performance or  THE PARTICULAR TASK OR DUTY UPON  WHICH HE JS.'  ENGAGED .....,"  shall be    removed from the  mines.  :- Is Mry Morgan prepared to prove  as aresu.lt of his determining whether a  certain   Chinaman   can  spell  two words,'that  that Chinaman, is  capable or incompetent for tho task  of-loading a car or. shovelling rock  and coal?    What authority has Mr.  Morgan 'for saying that anyone employed in -these, mines is  incapable  pfi performing the work assigned to  him?:    The.only inference that can  Lim':'     -.''���������������������  ���������  3������S_-3_S_@__^g������eS_S_SSS_@^  I LOCAL   BRIEFS.       '   ������  ^S_Sg_5_5=2^P^^_^3_^3j3gg^;  Raffle for the horse had to be postponed.  Mi.      M.    Mitchell     came    up  last boat.  Mrs. Cunliffc returned home Wednesday.  Mr. L. P. Eckstein returned from  Texada on Thursday.  A number  of miners   who were  here before came up this week.  His Honor, Judge Harrison came  up last boat.  Lots of salmon in Courtenay River.  Mr. H. Reifel of  Nanaimo  came  up last boat.  Judge Abrams returned from Victoria Wednesday.  Mrs.   A.   H.   McCallum is   back  from a trip to Vancouver.  Constable Baird  went   down   to  Nanaimo yesterday morning.  Mrs. Noah Concineau   has   gone  to Victoria on a visit.  Mrs. Geo. Stevens went down below yesterday.  Miss H. Abrams has gone  down  to Nanaimo on a visit.  Mrs. T. D. McLean is back from  a visit to Denrnan Island.  Mrs. Mounce returned from camp  ing, Thursday.  Mrs. and Miss Brown have  gone  down to Wellington for a few weeks  Miss  Bertram has returned from  a  very pleasant  trip  to friends in  Wellington and Nanaimo.  Severalv  *  private individ  uals intend   forming   a gas ' co. in  Cumberland shortly.   ,  Rev. J. A. Durand will - officiate  at St. John's Catholic Church-on  Sunday, August 13.--"  Sir Richard Musgrave's] party is  composed of Mrl'Vehar," Mr. Graham,' Mr: and ���������M'rs-. Tny leur/r   ^  Rev. Wm Hicks and M>s.Hicks,  -went down on Friday's boat. They  will hear Godfrey's Band in- Nanaimo  Sports'committe A. & I. Exhibition are arranging a- 1st class program for the afternoon of Fair Da}'.  Efforts will be made to arrange  an excursion from Texada.  Mrs. Staples broke up camp at  Gartley's Point Wednesday.,., The  camping season is pretty well over,  owing chiefly to the unusually cool  weather and excessive fain this year.  Mr. J. B. McLean has developed  the negatives taken at Texada last  Thursday: The views, are well selected and the finish of.the photos is  artistic in the'highest degree.  Sir Richard Musgrave and. party  came up on the [ City Wednesday.  On Thursday.morning the steamer  proceeded to Texada and thence to  Campbell River with the party.  There will, be a memorial ser-  yice for the late Mr. Jno. Roe in  Trinity Church Sunday (to-morrow) evening at 7 p. m. Music suitable for the occasion is being prepared by the choir.  Mr. McNabb., Fisheries Inspector  and Mrs. McNabb came up to Courtenay Wednesday and were guests  at the Courtenay Hotel. Mr. McNabb inspected the work done on  the Courtenay Falls.  A meeting was held at Piket's  Hall Tuesday night to consider the  matter of holding the Fall Fair in  the town instead. of,at Courtenay.  It was intended to invite an excursion from Wellington and unite  with the farmers in entertaining the  visitors. This plan would have insured financial success to the Fair,  but the A. & I. Ass. would not a-  gree to the proposal so it had to be  dropped.  Chinaman,killed at1 No. 4 slope  Thursday. Fall of coal from roof  of stall crushed",him to death. Jury  viewed body and "Scenerof accident.  Inquest postponed till next Thursday, as Inspector Morgan is coming  up to take part. The ' general o-  pinion is that the fatality was a  pure Occident. ., Corpse was buried  Friday.  PASFENOER LIST.  Per steamer   "City of 'Nanaimo,  Wednesday, Aug. 23. ,   '  Mr. Cook, Mr. Smallpiece,   (two)  M. Michell,-S.  Simpson,   Mrs    S.  Reid, O  Johnston, S: McNeil, Tom  Ryan, H McDougal, J Tbltoh,  C F  Frover, W E Stauso, Miss   Pelkey,  Mr McNabb,   Mrs   McNabb,   Mrs'  Muscamp, Mrs James,  Mrs Gough,  S Minnie,   I Peddar,   J Dender,   F  .Johnston, J Rowan,   Mrs   Rowan,  J Walker, Mrs Walker, M Kaskim,  Judge Harrison,   Mrs   McFarland,  Mrs T Solly,   Mrs   Cunliffe,   Miss  Manson,   R'Rahy,   H  Reifle,   Sir  Richard Musgrave, Mr. Vernar, Mr  Graham, Mr Tayle'ur, Mrs Tayleur,  R Worthington.  The following passengers went to  Texada, August 24th:���������Mr Douglas, J McPhce, Mr Newman, J  Austin, W Halliday. Mr Eckstein returned from Texada.  The following passengers took  passage for Nanaimo:���������Mrs. John,  Jas. Woodland, D. Halliday, Mrs.  . A;.lB. Brown, Mrry Brown, Miss H.  Abrams John Baird, John, Potter,  A Henderson, J Bartoldi, Mrs. N  Concena, John Duggan, M.Chilette,  Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Geo. Stevens.  Denman Island^:���������Mrs. W Why te.  '     \ ���������        '  POLICE COURT���������Before Justices Dunne and Moore: John Potter  charged with stealing money from  George McLean, at Waverly Hotel.  Sentenced to three months in Nanaimo jail. Defendant has been  up on other charges before.  Theodore Cadona, charged with  assaulting Chinaman���������Fined $2.50.  Notice is hereby given   that, the;  Union Colliery Company of   Brit  ish Columbia,   Limited   Liability;'  intends to apply to His Honor the  Lieutenant-Governor for permission  to change its name to  that of   the.ij  "Wellington    Colliery    Company^  Limited-Liability."   - -  Dated Victoria, 18th July, 1899. U  DAVIE, POOLEY' & LUXTON, >]���������  Solicitors  to   the   Union   Colliery?|  Company of _<B. C., 'Limited.,- Lia^y  bility.. , ...    '      '   ���������   ��������� *���������  ',     ��������� '   ��������� . .-    " .. A  I.������.������AM(&Co.  ���������DEALERS IlV-   ,.  Piano������ &  Organs.  Musical Instruments  O  Musical Merchandise  '���������������  Phonographs  ffWff      i-_n  Graphophones.  SAFES, BILLIARD TABLES, TYPEWRITERS,  LAWN TENNIS, HOCKEY and GOLF GOODS,  {  M  BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES  60 Government St. Victoria  %  ���������a  '���������I'll  !)S@__2_������3__������B__@3__@_@_@_������e_@���������  From........$1.75  and up.  GU2ST CLTJB SHOOT.  The Cumberland Gun Club held their  shoot on Aug. 25th 1899, on the ground  down by the switch. Nine members  took part; the following is the score: ���������  P. Parka  F. Jaynes  Dick Coe  Fechner  M. ITeimea'y  T. Home  C. Ganner  O. Grant  G. Lippitt  00011000000000001000���������3  noioimiiiooibiioi���������14  01011100101010110111���������12  oioopoiiooopioiioiio���������8  00001100000000110000���������4  01113001100101.111110���������13  110100001.00000111001���������8  00010001001101000000���������5  OOQllOlOOOOlOlOOlOll���������8  From....85 cents  and up.  and a full line of Jewelry cheap. Wedding  Rings, all  sizes.  ALL WATCHES AND  CLOCKS CLEANED AND  REPAIRED AND WARRANTED TO KEEP  TIME BY  T,D, McLEAN  w  8-  ���������. \t  1  mi  W:  ..J

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