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Array ."FOR  JOB PRHBM  Give us a  Trial,   we ;  do Good Work at  REASONABLE  PRICES.  $  SEVENTH YEAR.  CUMBERLAND.  BO TUESDAY  FEB   28th.,~ iSjq  NOW REAOY  1  WILLIAMS  B'.  C. DIRECTORY  o  -For 1899��������� .  PUBLISHED   ANNUALLY  'The Largest and Most Complete  Direo  1 ' lory,yet published for  British  Columbia. -  Contains over 1000 pages of all ���������  ��������� the latest    informatioR.  PRICE    $5O0  'To be obtained direct from -the Directory  'Offices, Victoria, -the ��������� Agents, or P. O.  .Box 485, Victoria, B^ C. .  Ff For Your Job   Printing  GIVE US A   TRIAL.  jJgTDealer in  Stoves and Tinware  Plumbing and general  Slieetiron work  PROMPTLY    DONE  ��������� J&'Agent for the  G&jebrated Gurney  Souvenir Stoves and   Ranges   Manrafacturer of. the  New Air-tight heaters  LEAR OUT  my present stock J  I  will CUT PRICES IN HALVES W  SUITS from SiaOO and up.       * .    ������  -    .������ PANTS, $4.00 and up. ||  ,ff I ��������� aiti- not- advertising   something I - have W  nbt   ������Ot. .    CALL AND &OOK IN.  7-  IP. ' 3DTJ2sTlsrS.  \XXXXXXXXXXXXXMXX XX X  Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa  Xx * x  W. BURNLEY   \        *x  ���������> xX  WILL   ARRIVE IN XJ  Xx  Xx  Xx  Xx  IK  Cumlierland, March 1st,:  Xx AND REMAIN   AT HIS xX  Xx STUDIO  TEN DAYS xX ���������  Yv " XX  ������ Don't- |.  Xx MISS THIS CHANCE   **X .  Xx    ��������������� TO SECURE xK'  Xx x    -  Xx   FINE PH0T0G-3AFHS xX  Xx - x  Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxX .  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX  FOR A (S  I neat    fiUing suit  fc&  8) of clothes.  s  I  Go to Carey's, the tailor.  Next door west of the Drug  store. .  f*^"- PRICES REASONABLE  fe^gggggggggg^^ggg^-g^  i'GORDON    MURDOCK'S . .  ^rf^^^ssB^^^ LIV E R Y.  ���������Single and Double Rigs to let  [b  SOI  at-  v  fees  ?Near   Blacksmith Shop., 3rd St.  CUMBERS',ND,    B.  0.  Fruit and OrnaniBiitai Trees-  -'Bulbs,  Roses,   Hollies,   Rhododendrons,  Fancy  'Evergreens,   Eic.  'Thousands growing on ".my own.grounds.  Most   complete  stock   in the  Province.  Bees and Bee Supplies. Agricultural  Implements.    ^Fertilizers.  New catalogue now ready. ;  ��������� IVS. J. *H������NRY,  #04 Westmiasta^K-oaft,  '-"F"ANCOTJVE"S,!''B. C,  SOARDIIGranflDAT SCHOOL   For Girls.....  "Gyppeswy-k," Moss St, VICTORIA.  "SENIOR and PRIMARY  ���������CLASSES, and  KINDERGARTEN........  ConduetedtljyiMiss Green and  "Miss Dawson   ���������'Boarding  and domestic arrangements  under the management-'of Mrs. Green.  Ladies,'end girls, wishing  to attend any  school received.  ^Highest   references    given  if   required.  TERMS ON APPLICATION.  MORTGAGE SALE,  of   Valuable    Town    Property.  . "Under and by virture of the 'Power of  ������������������Sale contained in a certain 'Mortgage-  which will be produced at the time of  sale, there will be offered by Public Auction by A. H. McCallu>n, Auctioneer, on  ���������the premises below described, on Mary-  ���������port Ave.,   in the  town  of Cumberland,  MONDAY, MARCH 6th, 1899  at the<hour of 3 o'clock in the  afternoon,  ������������������the following valuable property, v:z:  That-certain parcel or   tract   of   land  ������and premises in "the  Town   of Cumberland, in the. Province   of British   Columbia, being Lot Five (5) in   Block D. upon  "the Map of Cumberland, deposited in the  Land   Registry 'Office,   at   Victoria,   as  ��������� number-!522A.    ������n this property is ercet-  <ed a on-e-story frame building,  Terms: ten per cent,  (ro) of the   purchase monev to be   paid to the  Vendors  ���������;or their  agent a>.   the  time of sale;  and  the balance, without  interest, to be  paid  within thirty (30) days thereafter.  Further terms and   conditions   of sale  will be made known on day of sale or on  'application to  Macdowell, M&Macter & Geary,  Solicitors for the Vendors,  'Or to Toronto, Ont.  A. ������L McCallam, Auctioneer,  Courjenay, 15. C.  LATEST. BY fill.  ' OPPOSITION LEADER.  Vancouver, Feb. 27.��������� On his departure  for England to-day, J. H. Turner said he  did not think he would lead the Opposition next year, but would be succeeded  by a younger and more active man.  "Will Helmcken be the man ?" was asked.  Mr. Turner replied, ''Wait and See?'  WAR ON HEADMAN'S ISLAND.  Stated that some capitalists 'have  placed $*o,ooo to the credit of R.  Ludgate he will go ahead with the construction of his' million dolllar mill on  Deadman's Island. The sum can be depended Opon. ThcPark Commissioners  have an armed gang of men guarding  the island.    Great excitement prevails.  ALEXANDRA MINES CLOSED.  1 Nanaimo, Feb.'27.���������Notices' were posted up about Alexandra Mine to-day, calling on the nvners' working in'the Alexandra Mine to go out to the mine, and-  tske out their tools.. There seems to be  no immediate settlement between the  company^and the pushers and drivers,  who demanded $2.50 per day. - It is further stated thatthe mineb will be closed  indefinitely.'  MOVEMENTS OF WAR VESSEL.  ; Vict'oria, Feb. 27��������� H. M. S. Leav.der  arrived at San Diego yesterday and' proceeded south last ni������ht.  , KIPLING DANGEROUSLY ILL.  , New York, Feb. 27.���������No hopes are entertained for Mr. Kipling, who is dangerously ill.  .' ACQUINALDO   HUMBLE.1  "-  Manilla, teb. 27-���������Two comissioners  who returned from Mallollois, rerjort- that  800 rebels are'anxious to sunender.  . They,-also express the belief that Aquin  aldo is'inclined to accept pacific overtures. General Otis did not receive the  commissioner  PRIVATE LETTER BOX SCANDAL  New York, Feb. 27.���������-Nicholas Hickman, proprietor of a letter box station,  identified 'Roland B. Mollingeaux as the  man who rented the letter box from him.  To this box, it is alleged, the letters addressed t H. C. 'Barnett, were sent.  When HiJcman made the identification,  Mollingeaux told him "he was a liar."  .QUALIFICATION OF COUNCILOR  Victoria, Feb. 27. ���������Justice Drake will  to-morrow give judgment on the point as  to whether Capt. Langley is qualified to '  sit at the Citv Council, so that if he is  qualified,he may take his seat to-morrow  morning.  H-IG H WAY R 0 B B E RT.     .  Vancouver, Feb. 27.���������Jonn Oliver, formerly an employee in the   Hudson   Bay  Companyyreports having been robbed of  $1,400 by a-highwayman last night.  PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.  Victoria, Feb. 27.���������To-day at three  o'clock, his Honor the Lieut-Governor  prorogued the first sess.on of the eighth  parliament of B. C.  THE MINERS' MEETING.  There was a large meeting Sunday  afternoon with reference to certain  charges made against Mr. Combs,  check-weighman. It seems no committee was bent down to interview Mr.'Ralph  Smith; and so far as we can learn no  proof has been furnished to sustain the  charges. Mr. .Combs, it is said denies  them. He has hitherto stood well with  the men, strugling to promote their interests, and is certainly a very efficient and  careful man in his place. The miners  believe in .fair.pUy-and are not likely   to  hand a  nice assort- >  (ment     of',. English"���������  .canned goods etc;'  MARMALADE,       JAMS,       JELLIES,      SAUCES,  KIPPERED   HERRING.      HERRING   SHRIMP   SAUCE,      .  '  YOURMOUTH BLOATERS, ANCHOVY BLOATE PASTE,  PICKLES,   TETLEY'rf TEAS.  FULL LINE OF .     -.;.  ,   (Blue   Ribbon)   Teas,   Coffees/; y;A  Baking.   Powder,   Spices,,and "Extracts,   riow-\!'',H  arriving.  & J". MOOBiB;;  condemn him without proof. As an evi-'  denoe of fairness we may cite the resolution of censure passed at' this meeting  upon the person who furnished the ac-  count which appeared in'a local paper.  The meeting, adjourned without coming  to any conclusion, but the end is not yet.  Nevertheless it will be much better ' for  the men, who are abundantly able to" settle the;i own affairs, not to call in outside help. Upon the merits of the question,- which is under investigation we  have nothing at present to say.'  O-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o 0 0-0-0-0-0-o-o-o-c-O  00   ��������� ' oov  00 COMOX NOTES. 00  00 . -   -   '    . '       00.  O���������0-0-0-0-0-0-0 o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-O ;  Feb. 24th.- -The. mail steamer Thistle '  Capt.JSissett, commanding,   left for Vic  ' toria and way,ports  Friday' with'a good'^  nurnbeK'of.passens'eis; among..whom'Jwe".  noticed Mrs.  Robb,-Government   Agent  Mitchell, Messrs. "O'Hanley.   Mrs. Robb,  and Mr. Mitchell   have  gone   to   attend  the funeial ot   a cousin at or near Nanaimo.    Murdock     McLeod   and     Walter  Rennison were  out going   passengers on  the  This'le.    They   intend   to   land  in  Atlin, and it is to be hoped 'they   will  be  among   the   lucky   ones.   'The     Indian  Agent, Mr. Pidcock  likewise was a passenger.  WTe are sorry-.to hear that Miss Bissett,  ������ur teacher-has-resigned, as it is a serious  loss to our community, but are glad to  learn she will find more congenial 'employment in this district.    *���������  Rev. Mr. Pander, chaplain of H. M. S.  Imperieusc held aorvico in the English  Church Sunday, afternoon.  Imperieuse'a band assisted by the choir,  furniahed music for evening service at St.  John's Catholic Church  Sunday.  A large number paid farewell visits to the  Inipcreiuae Sunday afternoon The ship  sailed Monday -.homing, and^'/ill probably  never return to this coast; as she leaves  shortly for England. While on this station  the ship's company, from the admiral down,  made themselves very popular, and their  ��������� depart lire'is regretted-."by-all.  Mr. ,i. C Holmes, who has been ������in  charge <f Mr. R.ennisoti's store for soins  time', left Monday on his way to Vancouver.  There he will fit out for Atlin Luke. We  wish him every success in his search for the  all-needful. Mr. 'Dighy lioughmam takes  charge of tho business in his place.  lb seems the expected lecture on Northern  StieiK'i-y etc.. has bcuri indefinitely postponed. Now, we are looking lorward to the  arrival of a phrenologist to tell ua how  much brains we haven't got, and all the  things we otu't do.  Prof. Miller's hypnotic exhibition was  not  weil patronized.    Evidently   Comoxites are :  not a aleepy loving crowd.  Our loyal fellow citizeu, Mr. Cliffe of  the :  Lome, hoisted the Union  Jack   in   farewell '  as the Imperieuse steamed   majestically out  of tha harbor Monday.  WE ARE PREPARED  TO TURN OUT EVERY  THING IN THE LINE  QY JOB PRINTING TO  PLEASE THE EYE AND  SUIT THE TASTE AT  REASONABLE     PRICES.  ���������*��������� ��������� -i  ->ifi  :isM  0������"  'gm  0&  ir  WHARF .'BUDGET::"^  - .    < .   -:.���������/, -\.A  Feb. 27th.-���������The Santa -Clara left y.esr.{ --. .< \  terday with 2200 tons of coal.      ���������      -. -_.". ���������'> Z,c  L ' '   ' ' '""-  .The Emmensuis left on   Monday .jwitV ;- ���������,  about j 000 tons of coal.        '       '    *   ' ^ ������������������'  ' '  ''   -./' '  The barge Shirlev is-out in ihe stream. -���������  1    '   , , ,    , ':;  The Miawera came in   Sunday ' eveiW .���������,'  ing. She will take from 1000 to 150&'nitons of coal.   ' ��������� ��������� '        ,   .   -"  The opening dance at the- "Wilson" -  House has been postponed' until tiv^v. ���������  evening of March 8th.     ' ._  ;';(,-  The shipping has lately been pretty;V<\  lively' and the bunkers are empty.*  v' ;- -'y ..  The ^coal under the .tressel wbrk-'tttL-v,^ .^f,  approaches to the big'wharf- is'ibeing<lift lj;>f',������i  edupinto'the cars, 'and- the'old, ti'rn*.,-,!X*?-Z\  activatv .^renewed here. ..->,���������     -..���������   ' TW^lUh&*&r:&  -:^ARJ\IER'S':INS.TITXJTErMEETIN.<^iSi^  -.   "      .    ANP Af TERMATH.-'"' ''.',''* !���������" '''^  1 ' ���������*��������� ii     I  The Fanners'  Institute met  Thursday"  evening at Courtenay Hall when John J^ ���������  R. Miller read his paper as  announced,   -.-  Mr. Robb was -not present, but sent' his J. - ;-  paper which was lead by  the  secretary.  ...  The attendance  was  very good. .After  the adjournment-those in attendance*; sr--  -\ .  ganized with Mr. Geo.,Roe  in the'"<hair'   - ���������'  for the purpose of listening  to  Mr. J.'J3, ���������  Hclmes, who read a paper in reply to the -    x  address of M-r. John J.   R.   MLiller.    The  paper-might have appropriately been enr  titled "Butter Judges,"  and  took direct  issue with Mr. Miller.   It was quite spicy  and thoroughly enjoyed.    It was  replied,  to   in a spirited  manner   by Mr.  Miller,  It was a pretty lively time and made lots  of fun.  CARD OF THANKS'.  I desire through the  medium.of  THE".  News to return my thanks  to  all those,  who so kindly assisted  me  in  attending"  to the last sad rites . of   the Mate  Chris,  -Keiley, my old time friend.  Feb. 27th. E. M'TJSCr-TAM R.  An unique  entertainment  will  be given tit Cumberland  H;alf  'by   a   Troupe     of     Twelve  Indians.     It   will   consist    of  War    Dances,    War    Songs  Club   Swinging,    Pan tontines*.  Tableaux, Etc., Etc.  A rare  treat  is   promised  as .we  can  .assure   the     public    that   they  are rr&Al  Indians, and say they will   appear in-cosr-  tumes of ye olden time. Prices 25. and  50 rents. This will be worth seeing,501.$.  doubtless the hall will be crowded. ' 4  A WAR MYSTERY.  3. <r  --b '  I������'; .',  It Concerns n. British Steamer and a  Strangely Laden Derelict.  Somo shrewd people think they "have  unraveled a mystery of tho war. Tho mystery has to do with the disappearance from  the high seas of tho good ship Ravenna,  one of the regular liners of an English  Ease India comijany.  Just as the war broke out-we had bought  from  a  South  American  government a  ^s=ua������������.  - -ii-wsL:���������  "gs^  ���������~=>  THE STEItN OF THE SCIPIO.  cruiser which had  just been completed at  a British shipyard.    This cruiser was affc-  ' erward christened the-New Orleans.    Bo-  - ing  English  built, sho  was  armed with  English guns, whiuh required English am-  .  munition, including smokeless powdor. It  was given out at' tho time that it was'too  badj'that tho neutrality laws prevented us  from  buying in England tho needed ammunition. ���������  Then tho Ravenna sailed,  notion her  usual course, but to Antwerp, where/according to tho manifest, she took on ballast.    It was nicely boxed  ballast, which  was carefully handled.    Then tho Raven ���������  * sa sailed  out  to sea and  since  then, although it was months ago, has never been  reported. But if the Ravenna disappeared  another ship came as  mysteriously  into  existence.    She was found  by a  United  States scout boat somo 200 miles off Sandy  Hook, and, strange  to  relate,  there was  .not a soul on board.   Sho was in line condition; too, and in her hold was a nicely  ��������� boxed cargo.   On hor stern was painted in  white letters, somewhat unskillfully, tho  namo.;, Scipio.    Tho scout boat took hor in  , tow and left her at tho Brooklyn navy  yard.    There is splendid system in our  navy yards, so tho ballast was taken out  .'with exceeding care and stored away.- Had  .persons of  an unduly inquiring  turn of  mind been thero at tho timo they might  havo wondered why ballast should be conveyed to tho arsenal, of all places, and  there locked up so carefully as this ballast  was.   But, then, there was nobody "around  with an unduly inquiring turn of mind,  and of course thero was no possible connection between tho picking up of a derelict, the arrival of a collier and tho sudden  abundance of ammunition for the English  guns on tho cruiser New Orleans���������the only  American warship, by tho way, which used  smokeless powder in the war.  As tho Ravenna disappeared, as the  derelict disappeared, so, immediately after  being unloaded, tho Scipio disappeared,  but tho navy yard has been open to tho  public again lately, and persons of an inquiring turn of mind found tho Scipio.  ,-Sho was lying snugly in an inlet near tho  "Boneyard," whore tho old and useless  ships of tho navyniplder ingloriously, and  under tho white lettors that spell Scipio  on her thero are, faintly distinguishable,  other letters.- They spell another namo.  And that namo is Ravenna.  A BOLD CAMPAIGNER.  "Major   Mnrchand,   "Who   Is    Causing  Enpland Trouble In Africa.  Major M. B. J. Marchand, tho French  army officer whoso reported presenco at  Fashoda, on tho "Whito Nilo, has rudoly disturbed tho  British dream of an imperial  i  MAJOR M. B. J. MARCnAXD.  African province stretching from Alexandria to Capo Town, is a fiery, energetic  soldier who will very likely resent any interference with his plans. Threo years  ago he was merely captain of marines, but  in 1S9G he laid boforo tho French war de-  partment his schenio for an African campaign, and not only was it adopted, but  ho was given a major's commission and  put in chargo of the enterprise.  It was a bold and audacious plan, this  dash into the heart of tho dark continent,  and it was extremely doubtful if he would  succeed, as he took with him but a fow  hundred Senegalese His men aro loyal  blacks, however, and skillful sharpshooters. Fashoda was tho destination which  two years ago ho picked out, and at Fashoda ho is, according to recent reports.  In his 8,000 milo march to tho upper  valloy of tho Nilo Major Marchand loft a  trail of blood such ns other African mili  tary expeditions havo done before." Unable to transport his 8,000 loads of,supplies to Brazzaville, he, burned every village on tho road, killed several hundred  natives and took their live stockfor food.  At daylight the inhabitants of avillago  would bo awakened by tho blast of a.  trumpet, and they would issue from their  ,huts to be shot down. That was tho last  heard of Marchand on tho west coast.  From time" to time there wero, reports'  that "Marchand's expedition had been  wiped out, and as nothing definite has  been heard from him sometimes these were,  believed. But now3 travels slowly from  the heart of Africa, and so Major Marchand's appearance at Fashoda is hardly a  TIP THE WAITER OR STARVE.  Thin lo Wit nt  Yon  May  Sow  Expect  lit All Blf? Cltlew.   .  Waiters in most big cities havo formed  leagues similar to that which has existed  in Now York for years for tho punishment  of "miffs."' A miff .is a person, male  or' female, who does not tip tho waiter.  A reporter recently wisnt to a modest eating ,houso and bar -where' a dozen mon  were grouped about a tablo. The.men, it  seemed, wero waiters out of a job, and tho  placo was one of several rendezvouses of the  craft. They wero conversing, and ever and  anon the talk roturncd to miffs���������for in-  Btimce:  "Dat's a pretty good, placo, but dcre's  too many dom miffs. You work for nut-  tin dure." ��������� ' '  ' "So I fixed it all up nice and run back  about 20 times, and the dirtyold miff never gimmo a cent." f(.  < "No use talkin, Emile, you can't make  _ wages with all thorn miffs in town." -  By keeping his ear's open the reporter  picked up a largo sharo of highly esoterio  information.  When, through principle, economy or  for any other reason, the diner at restaurants fails steadily to tip tho waiter,,  things aro apt to happen. Dishes that  ought to be cold como to him sizzline and  those that should be hot aro as chill as  charity. If he orders eggs, he will probably get tripe, and when he calls for soup  tho waiter accidentally brings him pie.  Naturally he gets mad and kicks. Then  the waiter apologizes, declares it was all a  mistako and dreamily spills gravy down  his back.- '  Tho effect of this.courso of discipline le  usually to confirm the miff in his perversity. He grasps the situation and determines grimly that ho won't bo bulldozed into paying tribute. He will complain, b'jovo, and he proceeds to interview,  the manager.  That dignitary looks troubled. Ho has  been there before. He knows the miff is  being disciplined, but by such subtleties  that it is difficult, as the saying goes, to"  put one's finger on them. It is hard to  draw the line between accident and malice  prepense. Moreover, the waiter is, as  likely ae not,_a good oho othcrwiso and a  favorite with many patrons who are not  miffs. So ho' scratches his ear and saya  that he will sec about it.  Driven desperate by famine, tho miff  probably seeks another restaurant, but  the move is futilo.   His evil fame has pre-  GETTING EVEN WITH A MIFF.  ceded him, and, little as he dreams it, he  has long worn the brand of miff dom. His  victims have pointed him out to tho fraternity ; ho is known and marked for do:  struction. Consequently the mishaps that  have dogged him arc merely continued on  an aggravated scale. If he is a man of  iron constitution, he prolongs the struggle indefinitely, an embittered wanderer  from house to house, seeking vainly to  elude his Nemesis; othcrwiso he reforms.  In New York the more abandoned miffs  onco organized an antitipping league  They wore encouraged and headed by William Dean Howolls, the novelist, who  went to tho length of writing several essays in which he intimated that tipping  was sapping tho vitals of tho ropublicand  undermining its institutions. It is a significant fact that in his next novel, "A  Hazard on New Fortunes," Mr. Howolls  wont out of his way to complain that ono  could get nothing to eat in New York.  Tho waiters of that city have three old established clubs and it is said that the  walls of these resorts aro adorned with  portraits of tho officers of the league bearing inscriptions that would not gratify  their families. It is also claimed that photographs of tho more notorious miffs aro  kept in albums and inspected by new arrivals.  Would Cultivate It.  "They say that blushing is a disease,"  she suggested.  "Indeed," ho replied.    "I thought it  was a fashion."  , At any rato he knew that a pretty  girl would not run away from a case of  it for fear of infection.���������Chicago Post.  A Protracted Winner.  "What t; ^uvel style of hairdressing!  What do you call it?"  "The Dewey."  "Why the Dewey?"  "Becauso I commence it before breakfast and finish it after."���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer.    HOW  CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM.  THE    DISEASE     IS    DEVELOPED  AND CAN BE AVOIDED.  For Years This Trouble Baffled Physi'ians'  Skill���������Now Understood and Easily Cured  ��������� The Result of Scientific Research. -  From the Advance, Kemptville, Ont.  There is a ' popular idea that rheumatism is caused by exposure to cold;  and that some localities aro infected  with it more than others. Scientists  say that such conditions frequently  promote disease, but from the fact ihat  this ailment runs in certain families, it  is shown to be hereditary, and conse-  queiity a, disease of tho blood.  Frequently an individual in whose  family rheumatism has, not occurred,  develops the disease,and when diagnosis  of the case isnmde.it is generally found  that the ailment is due to a derangement of the blood.  One such sufferer who has been cured  is Capt. D. W. Becket, who lives in'the  township of Oxford, Grenville County.  Capt  Bcuket is the owner of 375 acres,  and lives in a beautiful farm   home on  the   banks of  the .Rideau, some   three  miles   from  Kemptville.    In addition  to being a  thrifty  farmer, Mr  Becket  has taken an   enthusiastic   interest  in  our volunteer force, and has  graduated  from the  military' college  at i Toronto  with a first class 'certificate,' which entitled him to tho rank of Major.    To a.  reporter of   the  Kemptville  Advance,  Capt. Becket made the following statement:���������"Four years ago I, was   taken  suddenly with rheumatism in   both by  elbows and thigh joints.    The  pain at  times was something  terrible.,   I  took  medicine,  and   doctored for  over; six  months, but continued --to  grow, worse  and worse.    My arms from   the  elbow  joints to the tips of  the fingers became  numb and had a prickly sensation, and'  I was unable to do any work; in fact I  could not  lift   my   hand to my head.  The pain I suffered in my hips was also  almost unbearable   and  my  legs were  nearly as useless as  nay arms. > I  bad  frequently read testimonials where Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills  had cured  this  disease, and at last  I  thought I would  try theni as an experiment.    Before I  had completed the first box I felt they  were helping me, and-^after I had taken  the pills a "little   more  than  a month,  the pain had entirely   left   me, and I  felt.an   altogether : different  man.     I  feel satisfied there is no other medicine  could have wrought such a- speedy cure,  and I can   truthfully   say   I   met  the  enemy  and defeated hini  through , the  aid ofcDr. "Williams' Pink Pills.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a  specific for all diseases. arising from an  impoverished condition of the blood or  a shattered condition of the nervous  -forces, such as St. Vitus dance, locomotor ataxia, rheumatism, paralysis,  sciatica, the after effects of la grippe,  loss of' appetite, ' headache, dizziness,  chronic erysipelas, scrofula, etc. They  are also a specific for the troubles  peculiar to the female ' syatcrn, correcting irregularities, suppressions and all  forms of female weakness, building  anew the blood and restoring tho glow  of health to pale and shallow cheeks.  In the case of men they effect a radical  cure in all cases arising from mental  worry, overwork or excesses of any  nature.  Protect yourself against imitations by  insisting that every box you purchase  bears the full name Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills for Pale People.   ,  Mingle folly with  your  wisdom,  nobody will associate with you.  or  Elderberry Pie.  Elderberry pies may bo made so that  they are hardly distinguishable from bluo-  bcrry.  Tho following is an excellent rocipe:  Scald the berries thoroughly and turn  off tho water. To ono heaping teacupful of  fruit add onp teacupful of granulated sugar, butter the size of a walnut, a tablo-  Gpoonful of vinegar (or lemon juice) and  one egg.    Bake with two crusts.  Theso pics may bo made in tho winter  with canned elderberries which aro put  up by first scalding tho berries, turning  off the water, adding more water and  heating ready for the cans. No sugar is  required.���������Josephino Dctmar in Good  Housekeeping.  A Deuaoerafcic Princes*.  Princess Louiso, Mai'chioncss of Lome,"  is perhaps tho most democratic of Queen  Victoria's (laughters, so far as such a term  can be applied to any royal princess. She  has no sympathy with pretensions and affectations.. On many occasions her royal  highness has done things with her own  hands that women whoso chief claim to  consideration oxistod in their own imagination would havo rung the bell for a servant to do.  Onco whon visiting the schoolroom of a  certain littlo lady who had very exalted  ideas of her own rank sho discovered that  affairs between pupil and governess wero  a littlo strained. The princess inquired of  the governess the cause. Tho littlo lady,  at once suro of tho right on her side, burst  in with: "Miss F. wanted me to-clean my  slate. Surely a duke's daughter need not  clean her own slate!" "Miss F. is quite  right," said the princess. "I am tho  queen's daughter, and I always cleaned  my slato."  Onco tho princess was presiding at a  committee meeting, and when leaving the  house where it was held tho hostess dropped her bangle. Sho was politely waiting  until tho princess had passed to pick it up,  but to her surprise Princoss Louiso stooped, picked it up and gave it to her, saying  simply, "I might have trodden on your  pretty bracelet."  Tho dignity of royal ladies depouds upon othor things than small observances,  although in the matter of etiquette they  are nil past mistresses when occasion requires.���������Baltimore True American.  PERSONAL CHATS.  Wellington once said, "Take my  word for it, if you had seen but ono day  of war you would ���������pray to Almighty  God that you .might never see such a  thing again."  Sir, William Henry Broadbeut, M.  D., F. E. C. P., has been appointed ono  of Queen Victoria's physicians extraordinary in the room of the late Sir Bich-  vrd Quain, M. D. ,  Falling Shower is tho namo of an Indian girl' baby,born recently in Brooklyn. Hor parents1'' names aro Littlo  Cloud and Laughter Water, and she has  a small brother called Morning Glory.  Count Cassini, the new embassador  of Russia to tho United States, is said  to havo extraordinary powers as a linguist. ,Ho speaks .fluently seven languages, including Turkish and Chinese.  It is eaid that Colonel .John Hay, our  embassador to England, during tho two  days following .Schloy's victory shook  hands with over 4,000 people who came  to  congratulate him  on  his  country's  triumph.  Snapper Garricon, the once famous  jockey, has quit the turf and is engaged  in the life insurance business in New  York. He failed to save "any of the big '  sums ho made as a rider and is said to  be in debt.  Colonel Hallowell, formerly of  Wichita,' Kan., who died tho other day,  was tho opponent, of Jerry Simpson  when that Populist first . ran for congress and was the originator of tho famous nickname, "Sockless" Simpson.  General Gcorgo E. Bryant, who was  Admiral Dewey's roommate at Norwich  (Vt.*) Military academy, says that Dewey belonged to a student socioty calling  themselves the "University Regulars" ;  and was tho leader in all their mischief.  Mr. Gladstone is said to havo managed tho Hawardon estate, which was  onco much involved, with so much  thrift aud sagacity that, tho eldest son  of W. H. Gladstone will, it is believed,  succeed to ������10,000 a year on attaining  his majority.  Joseph M. Nowak, a lawyer of Cleveland, after ton yoars of married ,life  divorced his wife and married her scam-  stress. Then ho divorced the seamstress  aud remarried his first wife. In less  than a year they "were again divorced,  and now Nowak has married the seam- "  stress onco more. '  , *A/VWVVW'"������'VWV'W*W:'/WVW  ������    ���������  -Don't let, your past errors wrdck  the happiness of your life.     You  can   he  cured.     Over  5,000  such  men as you have been' cured during the past year by  DR. SANDEN'S ELEOTR1C BELT.  Tliis is the only sure, permanent way to regain vigor.    It has"  taken the place of drugs, which never cure.    Electricity is life  and restores life to men who havo lost it.    Send for the book,  "THREE CLASSES OF MEN "FREE.  Or call at the office and test the Belt free of charged    It means  , health and happiness to you.  DR. D.. T. SA  L2-.na  9  B32 St. James St.  cntreaB.  Sf&>AS*fSS*iAif***AJ^<^<^  RESULTS FOR 1897.  CANADIAN BUSINESS  The following: is compiled from figures of 1897 furnished the Insurance and Finance Chronicle by the  several companies:  Ni me of company.       Business written.  Great "West Life  $2,200,300  Ontario Mutual         3,031,900  Dominion Life  593,700  North American 3.4*31.524  Sun Life          <317;292  Temper ance and General       1,79r\ G50  Canada Life         3.627,652  Confederation         3,132.072  Federal         2,003,850  Gain in business.  Percentage  81,405,830  1,485,719  04  49  56.596  43  469,208  1,256,173  501.075  43  29-  2S  1,003.529  714^649  So ,105  2S  23  4  As great emphasis is���������very properly���������given by all  the companies to the percentage of "gain in business" to business written," it is gratifying to find that,  as in so many other respects, its friends will still have  reason to be proud of  THE HEAT WEST LIFE ASSUB GO.  HORSES AND  DRIVERS.  Carbonate, 3:09, pacing, is credited  With a trial mile in 2:0G%.  Star Pointer paced in 2:01i������ at Detroit tho other day in an effort to beat  ���������1:69J������.  It is predicted that Zombro, tho California trotter, will take a record as fast  as 2:08 this season.  Monopole, pacer, by Leicester, is the  first New England bred horse to enter  the 2:10 list this year.  Directum Kelly is the largest money  winner of the year thus far, his earnings amounting to S5,500.  The correct breeding of Star Hal, 2:16,  pacing, is by Bruno Hal, dam Dixie, by  Black Dick. His sire has been printed  as Brusco.  Mr. C. R. Bentley, known as a turf  writer over tho nom de plume of Driftwood, is now managing the Forest City  farm's horses.  It is likely that Riley Medium, 2 :10}���������������  pacing, will be shaped up for a few  racesjn tho fall. Ho has made a good,  stud season in South Bend, Ind.  It is reported that Scott Hudson drove'  Eagle Flanagan, 2:12^, a half mile at  Ottawa recently in 1:02 j^, and the full  milo was faster than the horse's record.  A 3-year-old colt named Onward Sil-  ver, by Onward, dam sister to Kentucky  Union, 2:07>^, is. reported to have  shown a milo in 2 :20^ and a half in  1:09.��������� Turf, Field and Farm.  No Excuse.  Guest (angrily)���������Your chargo for-  three days' board isoutrageous���������a regular swindle, sir!  Hotel Proprietcfc'���������You must remem-.  ber that hotel charges are not based on.,  what a guest consumes, but on what is-  provided. The waste of food at hotels isr.  enormous.  Guest���������Then why don't you cook it:  better?���������New York Weekly.  ". i  V-J  "Jjr- /������  -r*?������  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  CUMBERLAND. B.C.  FIRST AUTUMN STYLES.  3������y   Colors     tha    Keynote���������3Jo,   Radical  Chanjro la tlie Cut of Gowns.  The autumn color card shown by the  French manufacturers prosents \a perfect riot of colore, the purplo and plum  shades predominating in both tho plain  cloths and fancy wools. The first installment of fall goods is already in tho  hands of tho French couturierca, some  of whom are even showing what they  term "autumn models." Oho never has  much confidence in the modes displayed  before the 1st of September. They may  be "autumn models" without being  autumn fashions, for there has beon  many a carefully designed model condemned to wasto its glory in tho atelier  *f, the dressmaker. It is not easy to  prophesy what the fashionable'world  will chooso to wear a season ahead.  However, the opinions of several leading dressmakers as to what will be  fashionable are of interest and possess a.  certain amount of value.  First, ' the  colors will  bo extremely  gay and will  lean more  toward purple  , and plum than to red or blue., The predominance of these shados will lead to  fiomo, rather novel combinations���������purple and- salmon pink, for instance.  There will bo little or no change in tho  *��������� cut of the skirt. In the models ready to  be  seen  now tho skirts agree  to a dot, -  ��������� and the dressmakers seem to have given  up the,,half hearted'attempt to make  drapery popular. This- model skirt fits  absolutely glovelike about the hips, and  in   fact  dafinos the  figure in a manner  ' that would  havo seemed astonishing a  ' year  ago.    The volants en' forme have ���������  about  run their oourse.    They may ap-  ' pear in the autumn, but the dressmakers are not showing them and advise  flat trimmings that do not destroy the  contour, of the figure. The trimmed  skirt will' not be so necessary as it has  been during the spring, but  trimming!  away in two points under the chin.  The foregoing itema of fashion, by a  Paris correspondent, are reproduced  from the New York Tribune, in which  the cut of a brown glace gown with  flat trimming and lace applique also occurs.  JUST fl BAD  Fruit Stains.  At this Feason of the year napkins,  tablecloths and even children's clothes  are very apt to become .stained with  fruit. One of the simplest methods to  remove these fruit stains from linen or  cambric is to place the stained part  over a howl and continue pouring boiling water through until tho stain disappears. If this bo done soon after the ar-  ticlo is stained, there will be no trouble  in most cases. The water must be boiling hot.  ��������� '"    Not Enough.  She (loftily)���������If I washed dishes for  a man, it might make him look upon  mo as a servant.  He���������Oh, no. ��������� You'd have to break  them to do that.���������Brooklyn Life.    .  to  Siena of Clemency.  "You weren't afraid  to propose  that reserved Miss Sniff?"  "No.    I noticed ' that sho was indul  gent to her poodle."���������Chicago Record.  Best Ho Could Do.  Goyrs or brown glace silk.  will be fashionable.    Embroideries and  novel braidings will be much used, and  perforated cloths in a now form appear  among the new goods.  Perhaps a word should be said in regard to the deep collars that occur on  the summer gowns and promise to be  even more extensively worn during the  autumn. The simplest form is the  dauphin collar, which is cut to pass  about the, shoulders, tho ends meeting  on the bust and surrounding a heart  shaped portion of the dross waist; the  ends generally join, under a bow or a  scarf may pass under the collar to tie  in a butterfly on the bust..  The change in bodices will consist  mere in novel arrangements of trim-  mings, of now forms of collars and  probably a diirereufc shaped sleevo than  in any, decided chango in cut. To judge  by these advanced models tho blouse  will remain, as it is now, tho most; popular of shapes. Its new features soem  to be an elaborate form of a sailor collar and long, wrinkled sleeves. There  are some basque effects worn, usually  with a belt, and ono gown has a curious  little waist that barely covers the waist  line.  Almost all chokers are snug, trig  and smart rather than elaborate in character, but tho entire stylo of a gown  may depend on the finish at the neck.  It is probable that the cut of these  chokers is more difficult to achieve than  that of the more elaborato one, for evidently they must be carefully shaped.  Some dressy costumes have simply a  turnover collar of tho miff, with a bow  finishing it. A pretty choker that is in  vogue again is th/D double collar. The  high choker is of tho cloth, and one of  silk turns over this, while a scarf of  the same silk passes about the neck inside tho collar and makes a bow in  front. A pretty form of this choker has  the 'Silk turnover collar cut to flare  Mr. Crusty���������Here are some pennies,  but I don't think you tell a plausible  story.  , Indolent Ives���������Well, I sized yer up  fer a cheap guy, an dat's do best story  I"kin put up fer 2 cents!���������New York  Journal.  THE COOKBOOK.  Never boil anything that can" be cooked  -by fltomning.   -   -   -- ���������--   -    - -��������� -     -���������-  Add lemon juice to the water in which  rico is boiled, as it causes tho grains to  separate.  , If you have a good recipe for Boston  brown bread, try stirring in a half cup of  seeded and partly chopped raisins Just beforo putting tho batter in the baking pans.  -In roasting beef, dredge with flour, salt  and pepper, then sear quickly in hot oven  or in suot on top of stove, put in a cool  oven and finish roasting, allowing ten  minutes to a pound.  If you want to havo ahbpped jolly for  garnishing dishes, remombor to chop or  cut it with a knife which has beon clipped  in ico water and have the jelly on paper  which ha3 also been dipped in water.  Two small hints on tho word of a cooking-authority are that a few grains of salt  sprinkled on coffee before adding tho water bring out and improve the flavor, and  that apples are not so apt to break when  tho r.ttorupt to core thorn is niado, if that  is done before they are pcelod.  A BRITISH SOLDIER  Tells how Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Tills Conquer Disease.  Like the conquering-armies of Britain,  which are marching- to victory in. every  quarter of the globe, Milburn's  Heart  and Nerve Pills are everywhere triumph-  ingfoversickness, weakness and suffering.  Mr. David Walsh, of Carlclon Place,  Ont., a man who has served with distinction and credit in the British army,  and is now an employee of the C. P.  Railway, says, " While in the army I got  broken down, and my nervous system  was completely shattered.  "I was much troubled with liver complaint, loss of appetite, etc. My rest became broken and was disturbed by vivid  dreams. This had been going- on for 14  years, although I took a great many  remedies to escape from the troubles  which afflicted me.  "However, I got no relief until I  started to take Milburn's Heart and  Nerve PillSj which I used together with  Laxa-Liver Pills, and now after having;  used a few boxes, I am better than I  have been for years. My nerves are  restored to full force and vig-or, I eat and  sleep well, and my entire system has  been toned and strengthened."  " Milburn's Heart and Nerve PiLls, 50c.  a box, or 3 for 81.25,  at all druggists.  "Laxa-Liver PI Us." says John Doherty,  35 North Street, St. John, N.B., " cured ma  of Constipation and distress nfter eating;.  Their action is natural and effective."  A Prouder Kecord.  Norah* (reading)���������In England servants are proud of growin gray in th'  sarvice of wan family.  ' Bridget���������Huh'1 ' Thot's joost loike  thim Sassenach ! What'd they t'ink o'  th'' loikes o'-me what's made more'n a  hoondered.misthresse's grow gray in th'  same toime?���������Town Topics.  TO CURB A'COLO IN ONE DAY.  Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All  druggists refund the money if it fails to oure  25c. -���������  A Distinction.  "Isn't that new neighbor of yontm  rather eccentric?" inquired the com-  ' mercial traveler.  "No," answered one of the village's  prominent citizens. "He ain't rich  enough to be called 'eccentric' He's  just a plain crank."���������Washington Star.  '  Cash For Antiques. ������  "Sagasta wants us to pay for the  forts and Morros we captured."  ��������� "Say, he'd be glad to have us'come  orer to Spain and capture a lot more  under the same arrangement. "���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  ' Not In His Line.  "No," said the retired pugilist, sitting down ponderously and sighing  heavily, "I'm too fat to ever fight again.  Bill Shaffer put up a good scrap at 300,  but it is beyond me,"���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  Baddeck, June 11, ISO7.  C. C. Richards <fo Co.  Dear Sirs,���������Minard's Liniment is my  remedy for NEURALGIA.  It relieves at once.  a. s. Mcdonald.  Paper made from seaweed is a growing industry in France. It is so transparent that it has been used in place of  glass.  Iinaifs LMment the test lair restorer.  When a girl's clever tongue keeps her  from marrying it is because she has not  met her equal among men. -&������&.  Minard's LiniMt for Rlieiimatism.  Originality consists mainly in not  saying the things which everybody else  says.  Minard's Liniment is the test,  As we must account for every idle  word, so we must for every idle silence. ���������Franklin.  Minard's Liniment Cures LaSriie.  Every unkind treatment to the cow  poisons the milk���������even talking unkindly to her.  A   =harp , stinging1  pain  in thr back���������you think it  doesn't   amount   to   anything-���������be   all right in   a  few  days���������but   it  doesn't  g-et all right���������kidneys are  not doing- their duty, and  the poisonous matter that  they ought  to remove  is  g-oing- all through the system���������causing- rheumatism-,  g-put,   dyspepsia,   head-  aches, backaches���������all sorts  of ills.  ' DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS  Cure the disease by removing- the cause.  , W. D. Pophntn, Talbot St., St.Thomas, Ont.,  says: " I have for a long time had serious  back and kidney trouble. My back was so  stiff and painful that when I sat down 1 had  to have something to assist nie to get up. I  have taken four boxes of Doan't Kidney  Pills, and they have taken the stiffness and  pain from my back and enabled me to  straighten up witbout pain or difficulty."  Prico 560. a box, 3 for $1 25, -"1 drutfpists.  The Doan Kidney Pill Co., Toronto, Ont.  First Bate Excuse,,  Manager���������Tho parachute man says  he isn't going up in such an awful  downpour of rain as this, but the people are all waiting. "What excuse shall  I make?  Proprietor���������Oh, say that in consequence of the number of umbrellas going up, there's,no room for the balloon.  ���������Ally Sloper.       ���������    ..'  All teas are alike to the teapot. The first,difference you  will notice between Monsoon c^Sn Tea anc* any other you  have been using* is the riper flavor and the clearer, richer,  brown of the drawing in the cup. Iiz the first sip of Monsoon Tea you will discover its matchless quality���������--and-  you will'know " it's the besC"'^ .   v -   , ' " ,  ���������I  25 per Cent, off Duty on British Goods  We get it but, we don't keep it.  Our customers profit.     ", * -  !     .  They also reap,the benefitpf big cuts from.manufacturers;-,^~|  See samples and be convinced. ���������-,' .     ;, *'~  MYRON-M'BRIDE & CQ,  WHOLESALE MEN'S  FURNISHERS   - :\'; A  V7.-M  BOVRIL  LIMITED  MANUFACTURERS OF    ,     >   , 1   1, ������  BOVRIL" In Tins and Bottles   v  JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF.'  Dessicafced and Dried' Potatoes a������4 . J;  other Vegetables. -        -   -.      ���������;>���������  SOUP NODULES; V^  And. other    preparations', of   condensed ff^ I  food specially suited for prospector*, 'sur-V'"'  , veyors and explorers,"and for J','..'- ',������������ "���������<-��������� ?C  KLONDIKE OUTFITS  "London,  ENGLAND.  ana 27 St. Peter St.,  MONTItEAI/.  Difference between Paper and "Wool  Roofing: Paper dries and liocomes  bri Stic. Tho Wool is elastic and tough.  Has never bpon known to crack; 8  years has established its reliability���������  wind and water proof.  "Write for samples to  W. G. FOWSECA,  705 Main St., Winnipeg.  "When Getting a  Nciv  Buy a   ti  COOK STOVE  EWEl."  and you will be delighted  Tvitii Ike results.  II? IS'OT   SATISFIED, MONEY   REFUNDED.  Sun Insurance office.  Eastern Assuance Co.  Quebec Fire Insurance Company.  London and' Lancashire Life Ins. Co.������  British and foreign iisrine Ibis. Co.'  '  Lloyd's Glass Insurance Company. T  W. R. AliLAN,  General Agent,  Winnipeg.  "W. N. U.  192  s^^WMMfm&M  BIZXIARD AND 1������00"L TABLES,  NEW AND SECOND-HAND.  BOWIiING AliliEYS  AND SUJPPilESo  Large catalogue free.  THE REED BEOS.. ������57 King West, Toronto  ���������tR*������i������>^������Natt<RsaKsrv!&'aP������!D^',  Justifiable Indignation.  Ono evening John Scott (Lord Eldon)  had been sipping rather too freely of tha  convivial bowl with a friend in Edinburgh,  and upon emerging into the air his intellect became considerably confused. Not  being able to distinguish objects with any  degree of certainty he felt himself quifca  capable of losing his way to his own home.  "Whilo in this perplexity he saw some one  coming toward him whom ho asked, "D'yo  ken whaur John Scott bidos?"  ''Whaur's the uso of your speering that  question?    You're John Scott hirusol'."  "I ken that," answered John indignantly, "but it's nohimacl' that's wanted���������it's  his house."  We give this fine  watch, chnin and  charm, for selling two  doz. Lever Collar  Buttons, at ten cts.  each. Send your address and v/e forward  the Buttons,postpaid,  and our Premium  List. No money required. Sell the Buttons among your  friends, return the  money, and we send  the watch, prepaid.  A genuine American  watch, guaranteed,  for a few hours' work.  Mention^ this paper  when writing.  LEVER  BUTTON  CO.,  20 Adelaide St. E.  Toronto, Ont.  HAVE YOUR FALL STOCK WELL  ASSORTED WITH  BRUSHES  BROOMS  A<9 WOODEMWARE  Manufactured fey BOEOKH BKOS.& Co.  Toronto; Ont.  \Va sV a.V \1a <f* \^a \1a <t* ^.V *Ja *J* \V +H*  ���������i> ������*V������ *AV<iV ���������aV *av *av ^av ^aV <av ���������av *a> ^a*  i  tsisaKirsi&'aESSB^a!*jC"arsjt><ti  ���������A'*  ���������AV  $$  ���������AV  ������!������  ������>?>.  *AV  ������"/>  aV  IF  aV  ���������'av  \V>  ���������A^  aV  ���������'AV  <������>  *���������  "I   drink   no   more   than  sponge."���������Rabelais.  'Tis no wonder, if he didn't  liave  ��������� ���������  G0E  i-\  91  the most healthful,, invigorating drink of the times.   ���������'  VI  1  I)  Too well known  to  description.  TRY IT.  . .  .  need  *   TEE DYSOMIBSOIf CO.  Al*  AT*  - AV^  AV  At>  A?>  ���������A*  av>  ?&  A������>  AT*  $&:  ���������av  WAV  aV aT> aV aV vV a1> aV aV-aV aV aV aV aV  <i> *i> ������T* ������T������ *V* **> *i> <l> *X* vav vaV *i> ^aV  ^OH One Day's WorL#  We ffive this fine Watch, Chzin & Charm  for selling two doz. packages of Exquisite Perfume at ten cents each.    Sentf  ���������ddrcss and we forward the perftinie,  postpaid, and our Premium List   No  money   required.     Sell   the   perfume I  amonc your friends, return money, and  we send the watch, prepaid. This ka A  genuine American Watch, guaranteed a T  Kood timepiece.    Mention this paper.      ������������-0|  omeSpcciolty Co 60 VictoriaSt-TorontO ^ SF'ftTI-^EEEI/Sr, NEWS,      CTTBCBERLANB..   B.    P..  *  . .   ���������������������������    mum i i  ii   iiiMiinwr    ���������������in~~ *       '  "'      "'������������������^���������������������������^^  T-tJE^AY  ^EB., ������8tk,    !������������&.  ������'It  v-*   n i'  ; t  y: liss  T?TTHT1T7"T  J \  iiiiii iJiliJit-i.   ������ii������i^.i*J.  ���������TTi"n*^iT7  sits.  ftjESL.AY",   FEB.    2St'h,   1SS9  With this issue of The News I  Te&re'frokto tf&e business. Miss .M.  jfei < feu-Sett;, lately the teacher at  fco&'oi school',  will  'take'   chcfrge.  i J  ih.a*?e*w   words I desire  to  tha&k  I my mairy friends  who  have stood  '.���������by TrfE News In the past six-and-a-  ihtiH   years,    staunch   .supporter?,  <whose interests I have endeavored  to promote as much  as was j n .ruy  p'oWr.'iuicl  from   whom I will part"  with regret, for without their kind-  tly help my little  paper   could not  >have tided over the years.    In  rehiring, I bespeak for the young lady  %ho succeeds me,  your  patronage  '. fand Encouragement,  believing she"  -.IWill .prove   a   capable   managing 4  ^editor, Reserving of  your  support.  .^All'ttTfearsfor subscriptions should  ' kielphixk to Miss Bissett.  '"..' M. WHITNEY.  [   trainee is like some other coutries;  | jit tias no respect for a natidii until  kt&howe its teeth.  hardly  much recipr'oc-'  ity between the farmers of Comox  and the people of' Union and. Com-  })erland as would be advantageous  to either. It should be made a rale  by the people of 'the towu to buy  whatever they need of the farmers  rather than send away for it, and the  farmers should patronize the town  scores instead at-sending out of the  district for what they can obtain  here. This would keep the rtfeney  at home, and every one will admit  this,is "desirable.  PASSENGER XiXST.  Per Thistle, February 22.���������Miss M.,  White, S. Jones, W. H. Warren, J. Holmes  F. "Brown, W. Burns, J. McCarthy, "W-  Coulson, 0. Linden, Mrs. Bardi30na, S.  Morgan, Mr. anil Mrs. Mourns, "M. Miller,  G-. Hicks, Mrs. McQuillan, Hornal, Mr.  Booth, T. Ross, D. Smith, 0. F. Lacey, E.  Yarwood, G-. Chapman, M. Strut*;,   R.   Ir-  Q  vine, C. Bramer, J. Peterson, M. Trebayer,  Mr. and Mrs. KelSo'n, Mrs. Fontain, ' Miss  L. Armson, G. Ramsey, Mr. Burdett,  Mi3s M. Piercy, D. Beven, W. Lace, John  Bell, A; Biscitells, W. Chalmers, A. Gelding, R. Armstrong, Joe Haskins, C. Swan-  son, Mr. Buckley, Miss Hudson, Mrs. Day,  Rev. J. P. Hicks. A. McMillan, A. Fontain  W. E. Harni3ton.  Y  XT.ft ������  svS.  JU  J^J  :t  Everybody,    t>ut   with   Our  Stock   of  Suits there are very few that we can not  Espimalt & teaimo By.  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  NOV. 19th, 1898.  fit.  Our whole stock of Clothing  for Men  and   Boys must   be  reduced   to make   -  room for the       ��������� - . ;   \  ���������  ,r_~v������ (l%j 42*^$   _A& uS  J&ii.  '  i  to arrive next month.  VICTORIA TO WE.LI,I"N*GTO"NT.  No. 2Paily. ~ No. 4 Saturday; ,  A.M. '    , i      a.m.  De. 9:00  "Victoria Do. 3:00  :  "    9:30 fJoldstrenm "   3:29  "   "10:1? fc'liawniKan Lake "   4.11  "   10:5S Duncans 4:45  ' V.tS.. P.M.  "   12:30 ' Nanaimo 6:06'  Ar. J2:io... Wellington  Ar. 6.20 -  WELLINGTON   TO  VICTORIA.  No. 1 Daily,        ,, No. 3 Saturday.  A.M. A.M.  Dc. S:2.5t "Wellington ���������'...'Dc. 3:10 '  "'   8:40 Nanaimo..'. " 3:23  "10:04    Duncans "   4:37  "10:12 Sliawnij?an Luke "   5:08  " 11:33      Coldstream ������������������   5.59  Ar. 12 00 St.       . ��������� ��������� Viotoriu Ar. 6 25 j\m������  Reduced latcs to and from all points on  Saturdays and Sundays good to return Monday.  Kor rates and all information '. apply at  Company's Offices.  A. DUNSMUIR, Gko. L. COURTNEY.   "  Phksidisnt. Traffic Manager,  . The Queen is very pacific. In  I'Flier speech upon the opening of par-,  pliament, she made no allusion to  rSHttB' difficulty with -France.  ?- ���������.%'te'aEnglish government will not  :tbfe.drawn into the ritualistic  agita-  /."'/tion.    Recently when Balfour  was  Ij-cquestioned upon the subject, he refused to answer.  !���������' ��������� '^Ke JBbtikbhabors 'are going into  ��������� Manitoba and the North Wa'iY.ter-  ' fiitories .in ,considerable   numbers.  'lihey are .'steady,   quiet,   thorough  :going people, and possibly some of.  ithem may be utilized in   the   coal  rmines.  ��������� .-*%������ publish in this issue an offer'  Htoin. Wm.   Saunders,   director   of  ''Experimental   Farms,   Ottawa, to"  flurnreh the best  of   seeds   without  fcharge. Applications must be in by  * Hhe I5th March, and if some   kinds  f:     ���������.',���������* ������������������������������������.���������< ..'  r-may'be exhausted, it will  be   best  Vto mate application -without delay,  The returns   brought*  into   the  "House, show that since the present  l'-government by the grace of  Lieut.-  iGovernor Mclnnes, came into pow-  Ver there have   been   57   dismissals  .������������������and" 63 appointments.     The  spoils  ���������fpolicy rules' in this Province.      No  ������������������doubt some changes were desirable,  .'but:it-is-not   believed   or   claimed  Tthat the greater,part  of   these   removals were made   for   any   other  Hfcan political reasons.  MUNICIPAL INCORPORATION.  Editor Ne^'s':���������  If the estimates allow Comox Electoral  District no more thau you state they do,  then it is time that the people take up the  question with a view, if possible, of prevent  ing a similar outrage in the future. "Politics should out no figure in fche discussion.ot  the matter. What is right aud ought to be  done remains the same no "matter who is iu  ���������Dower. ������6000.00 for Comox! What will  that sum enable to be done ? Will it open  new roads? Wfil it even keep in repair  those already opened*? Doubtless those -Mid  similar questions will present'-fcemselves for  the consideration of the public Municip'al.  incorporation may in some parts of the dis'-'  tricb prove a remedy for the future. I do  not know sufficient about the district, to  suggest that incorporation ought to be obtained. The wisdom, or otherwise of having self government must be1 determined by  those interested in the district. However,  if incorporation can be shown to be a good  thing, the people should nob hesitate to incorporate. Political, social, religious, and  other differences should give way to the  consideration of commonweal. I trust that  our people will not allow the subject to  pass their attention. If they do they may  bo assured that as silence gives consent  their lot next year will" be no batter.  ���������OBSERVER.  r-  LOCAL   BRIEFS,  ��������� W-e have'looked "carefsali3'* over  '? tlie'-'Sstimates, and find nothing  Wpecialiy-Voted for the cotei pletion  .'. of our new "''school. As to-the hos-  '���������������������������pital/'it will get $500 for the next  ���������'tooal'.year and 50 cents per day for  >each patient actually-treated. Tho  Mother hospitals get the .same. So  fiarV-.as putting all tbe hosj.'italo on  ��������� tbe^ame basis, the plan is a correct  Vone, but the-amount allowed is toi  hbroall -  Remember the concert to-night at the  Methodist Church. . ,  Mr. D'Arcy of H. M. S., Imperiuse ia a  fiue-service musician.  A good deal of hay is being brought into  town from Comox lately.  FOR SALE���������Four dozen Mason frWit.  jars {, tfal., qts., and pts., all for $3.00.  Inquire at jSilcws Office.  Of those who came up last week, all who  were miners went to work.  There was quite a number leaving Fri-  day morning.    So they come and go.  The prospecting levelof No. 5 shaft has  struck a fiue vein of coal 4-h feet thick.  We will, until the   rst' of March, allow a  Discount   on    all  and will sell  all: ,'  At   Cost:, . .  NOTICE >  Any person   or  persons  destroying- or  withholdinjf the keys find barrels  of the  I^icy*  I ^n'on ^*'e^vei7 Company Ltd of Nanai- '  '-*      mo, will be prosecuted.    A. liberal rewaVd  will be paid for  information  leading  to ���������  conviction.  "W. E. Norris, Sec!y,  This is a chanco to get a  Bargain in Clothing!  the like of which has   ri'eyer   happened   before.  i.  Society ,   Cards  Hiram Loc^e No 14 A.F .& A.M.,B.C.R  '  Courtenay B. C.  Lodge meets on every Saturday'on or'  before the foil of the moon - " "    r-  Visi'.ing'Brothers    cordially  requested   .  to attend.  R. S.������McCdnnell,      .      >'  ':  ���������-   -       Secretary. - ..',  Cumla'erland  Encampment.   -  No. 6,   I. O. O. F.,   Union. r    ;' -..  Meets every alternate   Wednesdays ot  -  each mon ill at 7:30 o'clock p.m.   Visiting ''  Brethren cordially invited to attend.        ' '  Chas. WiiYTE, Scribe.  Call now while the Stock is Complete/  ' SXJVUOIsT' LEISBB.  . -      1     O     O.    F.  Union Lodge.   No.   11.   meets   every  Fr.da'y night at S o'clo<3K. Visiting broth  ���������ren cordially invited 10 attend.  E. A. An ley, R. S.  .'  11 n ii m iwi ��������� ���������!��������� 1  <n ir 11111 f 111'-1 rui iFmniiTnrrri ri niiiiwuf  THE  ���������{lis!}}  Prof. JRobt. M. Mobiiis,  The Noted Phrenologist and Physiologist  from Personal examination and from Photo*aphs, will describe Character and reveal  talent and tell the natural ad.lpta-ion of any person for Law Literature, Art, Science",  Commerce, or Mechanism. Call and get assistance in selecting a proper pursuit in  which   success   will   be  certain.     - .  Your marrin-e adaptation and business qualification, accurately delmeatcd.     Bi.un  ,s monev.    Character is capital.    Knowledge of > our resources the secret of success.  ' Prof Mobuis will p-^ikc no   char-e for an  interview in   which he   will   explain   his  methods fully.    Examinations,   and Charts,   are   given _it ditl^rent prices, according  to the desire of the applicant.    Special discount to families and clubs.  READINGS Daily and Evening   Offick-CUMHEKKANDHOTEL PARLORS  The great saving of di-jtanc"   by the  Suez  Caual is 3608 miles; i-y the Nicaraugua Ca-  The Dominion government has arranged  to send to s his distiict co the telegraph stations, where they will be posted up, weather  bulletins, giving a forecaat  'for   36   hours.  nal it would be. 10.000 miles.  For Sale.���������A farm of  $9 acres,  ad ,  joln.ns Sam J. Picrcy's  farm.    All   good If sent daily, as  expected,   they   will be of ,  farming land.    Apply to   M.   H.   Piercy, some public utility, the last one received be'- ;  FOR   SALE.���������A  batching     out-fit.  ^.pply AT ONCE at the JJowery.  The business of T. T>. McLean, jeweler,  wili be continued at hi3 old stand here as  usual.  A'Union has beon advocated here but as  tho Company dnes nor, employ Union men  it would be useless.  Messrs. Moore and Stokes of this town,  will iep.ve on Friday for the. Ail in. country.  Good-luck go with them.  Comox Settlement.  The Thistle last Friday put back to let  off a few passengers who did not have the  cash to pay passage monoy.  " The opening dance at the Wilson House  has been postponed until Wednesday evening March Slh. Train leaves at 7 "o'clock  Wednesday.M'-iach Sob, from Sawmill.  At Union Wharf proceedings are likely  to be taken which will lead to a big scandal  growing-dufc of idle and probably untruthful gossip���������one woman vs another.  The estimates provide pay for only four  Stipendiary IvLagestrafces in tho province.  Probably in the cities where a county court  judge reside.-* the work of a stipendiary will  be transferred to that official.  Dr. Williams and Capt. Martin of the  Impcrinne were guests on Saturday and Sunday last' afe the Courtenay House. Cape.  Martin is an old timer and came up to Comox on the Dapthue 20 years ago.  The exhibition of the Indian troupe next  Monday night at Pikets hall will be notable '  affair. The troupe is made up of real  Indians���������10 men and two women. They  will march through the streets Monday  evening before the performance begins.  .     f COME TO  acre   rancn,  |  foregoing   to   press   will   be   published in  each issue of Tini Nkws. '   '"���������"_'���������.'  At A.. H. Peacey's you will find all the  latest periodical, magazines, and latest  books, and' have the pleasure of. dealing  with a courteous, gentleman. In a short  tinio Mr. Peacey will handle the "Ladies'"  Home Journal,"' "McOlureV ''Wide,  Wide World" and many othor popular pub-  iicrtions. GotoPeacoy's for your reading  matter.  LADIES'    AID���������SALE   OF   WORK.  On 'Tuesday 28th inst., the Ladies' Aid  of the Methodist Church, will hold a  Sale of Work in the school room, commencing at 3 p. m., both useful and fancy  articles will be "offered   for  sale.  CONCERT.���������In the evening of the .  same day (Feb. 28th) a concert will foe  given by the Choir, assisted by others.  The program will be miscellaneous. Two  excellent choruses���������"'The Heavens are.  Telling," Haydn, "The 'Damascus Triumphal March," Costa���������will be rendered.  Miss Lillian L. Armson, elocutionist, anci  Mr. Gideon Flicks are expected to take  part.    Admission, 25 cents.  ���������FOR SALE.���������An  well located in Comox on the gulf; 30  acies cleared. Price $000; $300 down,  and the bnb.nce in ten years at 6 per  cent.   Enquire at this office.  The News Office  with    yoiir  printing. Reasonable .prices-prevail  TSSUED 'ON    TUESDAYS  ���������*��������� and Sl'i.f'-JRDAYS,  IS THE ONLY B.C.  Newspaper outside  of   the   chief  cities  having   a    "PECIAL  TELEGRAPHIC  SERVICE  in addition 'to that  it pays  SPECIAL ATTENTION  to   the   news   of  the'  District.  .���������"Vj'i&>'W  advertisements canc be  '':-|r      displayed    near    'reading  matter  and    are    sure to    be  read.    'This   is   of   special   ad*  vantage    to   those    desiring   to  reach   th.e     public   with     greater  frequency than formerly, and makes  the Nhavs valuable   for' want -ADS,  LOST-AD'S,'LOCALS, ETC.  The News .. has a good job  plant and can curn out ������any-  thinof-in that line with neatness  and dispatch.  CORPORATION   OF THE  CITY OF ,  CUMBERLAND.  NOTICE is hereby given requiring  those hawing drays, wagons or other  vehicles u$)on the public streets remove  the same and keep the street free therefrom, and'all persons are hereby^ forbidden to deposit rubbish of any kind upon  the public streets or alleys of this city.  L. W.  NUNNS,  Feb 1, 1899. . City Clerk.  NOTICE.  ALL PERSONS indebted  for milk   supplied by Mr. Andrew   Seater   are  kindly"  requested   to   pay   their  accounts.    All  accounts-unpaid  by the   20th   of  March  prox, willVoe placed for collections.  1 4  ;  a?  '���������'4  lii.t  ')'  f."

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