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 ' J-  ����� 1  r +  t ��  / ^���..^^\/"l <L\A-^^  ./  -- *V'V .' i -  vi  ' I  v%*y%Z ^^^g^^^^S^^-^;^^  glSense. gale of;  '  .-"v."  ���*��������  finftl us your feet  ;urnishings', groceries ars complete.  MOYIE, B!?'"C., APRIL 7,1900.  $-3 A YEAS  Wc do tho rest. Our shoes lit like the  wing, on a duck, aud a laddor_is not neces.  sa.y.to reach.our price?..1 At thc.same lime  do not forget tbat our stock of  COHIITOTOR RMNINGJ  St. Eugene .Mill Now in  .Operation.,  LOCAL .NEWS.  CAPACITY    250    TOMS  ffiUl LOCKOUT W��  Tho Company Sow Has    XpO   Men on   It*  -' '  J'ayroll, and It. UumJicr Is tto-  ing I-i-pliUy lncroa.ed..  REID, CAMPBELL & QO-  :___&_:_-������!��__�����-��$ 3$*S3 ���������#"  [CANADIAN  BANK   OF '��� COMMERCE  Paid Up 'Capital, $6,000,000.  BRANCH, ' ."��� W. H.'" SMYTHE. MGR.  ??_. 2-x-z-^ *ss~zip: -Z^.-Z^T3^7-JV ^JS"7-"'  J  The pnly"hoqse ,in   Ea.t, Kppteijay  beated throughout with.liotftir.-'  ���, ^  First class'in every respect.'^ Special ^i  rates to boarders.    Goqd flatnple room ^  for commercial men.                     ' s  The St.Eugcne , concentrator . was  started up last. Sun day, and was kept  running steadily ' each * day during the  week.    It Will be run in '' the "daytime  only until'about May first   when' a  ni./.ht shift will be put on.   Tho��� mill  ia\?orkiisg to perteotion, aa is also   the  tramway'and the   other   aicchinery  connected with' Lbc- mine.   The mill,  though .having a'capacity of 250  tons,  is only being run' at' tlfc  rate  of  150  tons per day for, the present.    But  it  will be increased to its full capacity  as  aoon as the new  addition is   finished.  C4. A.' King,  who  superintended *  the  building of the concentrator,  is  now  in charge of running it and' hap  been  offered a permanent position with  the  company.    This be will  likely  a'ceept  and will bring  his family here  from  Spokane to reside. ,   .  Contractor M.- Sheady has Commenced grading"for the siding ��� at�� the  mill* andr now has 20\ men in his  employ. '' It will take about 30 days  to complete his portion ol the work.  There will be no concentrates shipped  from tbe mill until this siding is built.  _. ,.   . The St. Eugene  Consolidated  Min-  -/^V-^a-^^-^J Lng corapany now 'have  160  men  on j  --    ,   Tr...__-_..   3  their  payroll,  and; more   are    being  added ey^ry day. ��  .WHO  > ���.���V."v*"|-  WTEL.  European' plan.   Open day and night  -++-  3_. H7 SMALJ. IPropi  'i  !?  \  CBAN BROOK, - -  B. O. &  S6>    "<Vi  ���J1'   . ��������'���!  BI._-i_-i\il-Y ���     ������������-���MI-iirfT--���^���^"lflK-     MWW����li^��W���ll"-i  HUM�����  ii*-"2��r _*" ^.^.^.>^.>.>dL_^i&^-si^^^^Si^^'JS'^",^1 #^_.#.?i  V. J)I_SAUl_NIElt.&:CO.. Troj.^.  Regular .Meals Served in the Dining  Boom,?with .Shout ^OkubkjS between  meals.  Headquarters for', Gommenclaf./and Mining, Men  EN"   AVENUE,  ' Wrestling M-atcfc.  A wrestling match has arranged ��� to  take place in .McGregor' hall nest  TueWay evening,, April 10, between  Wm. Fruin of Ohioago and Geo. White,  champion of British Columbia. - Tho  following are their articles of agreement;  Agreement betw.en Wm. Fruin of  Chicago and Geo. White of Moyie,  champion ' catch as - catch can of  British Columbia,  Wc hereby agree Io engage in a  wrestling contest ou April 10th, 1900,  at 10 p. m. under the following condition-.  ,' We agree to toss for choice ,of style  of Iirst full, to be either catch as catch  can or side hold. Id case o" a full  each, the coi.toe-'or making the best  time shall have choice of style of third  fall.  Tbe contestant winning the two out  of three falls will be awarded tne decision. Beferee to* be chosen at ring  side. He shall have power to call  match oil' at   any  There are several cases of lagrippoin  tOWJ'.  _dk L. M. Mansfield was  in  Cran-  broc . today'. "  A\. B. McKinley, visited   Fort  Steels  early in tho week. ,  J. J. Murphy-made a busineso   trip  to Cranbrook Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. Q. T.  McGregor  are  now occupying their new holne:  ���  ' D. 0. Dram, more familiarly known  as ,"Bt>w," took in the sights of  Cranbrook yesterday. !   *'  Miss Ida-Hawkins was on the sick  list several days this week, but ie now  convalescent.    ,  Tom Poguo has opened his cigar  and clubTooms'ir. thc Central building'on Queen's avonue. i  The Cranbrook, 'Minstrels, after  .bowing in their own to\>n, will play  jn Fort Sselo and Moyio! ,       'V  For Sale���A lot suitable for residence, Bize 35x18b. , Price $150 cash.  Apply at this office. ���"    -    '  S. A. Scott went to Fort Steele  today to ra'Lk. a- deal on, the .Friday  group on tbe west side of the lake. ' .  Cecil Prest was out from Cranbrook  the first of the week to look after G.  tl.^Iiner's store during tlie��� illness of  of'Thos. Christian.     ' ,     .,.  JSV. J.AVatkins 'has sold 'his bouse  and lot in thc north end ol town to .a  Fort'Steele party. 'The deal was put  through by B. J. Elmer.  Jo sepir Voider-tadt, proprietor ,- of  the" Moyie Brewery, was west as far as  Kit-liner the first of the week.  JD.'L, Bettnhcn has opened his jewelry store and is .'prepared tq do all  binds of iyqrk in his line.  A. P.' Bremner   has been under the  weather for tbe past week suffering  ,with the prevailing malady.  'Mrs,Dowser left for  Maoleod  yes-  Union Agrees tc Gon-  traxJt System.  HAEMONY'IrTTHE-CAMP  -Workmou,   KuiployerH   ami   Labor   Oia-  ���cialo Ha<I- Conferences and all  * -    Made   Conces-loiiK.  ers'  Rossland, B. 0. April 5.���The  min-  ^s', union    today,  basioted   on   tbe  matter of the adoption of tho contract  avatera, and by 3 o'clock this eyoning  the balloting v;ap, over  and the  cop.-  traot By.tem adopted.    Tho vote  was  218 for audi03aEainGt.' The annunee-  ment that sucli a' result  was reached  was received with cheers by the  meeting of tbo  miners'  union   which, followed ' the balloting-   This  puts   on  end' to ��� fche  trouble  which, has   been  brewing ever since the eight-hour  law  v/ent into effect jn June  of last  year.'  ' This law caused 'dissatisiactian on  the part of the mine owners, first, in  the Slocan and then in liossland, and  finally resulted in tho clc.ing.down, of  the mines liere in February, though a  few.men were kept at work for three  weeks after that date, when all underground work ceased: In the Le Roi,  Center Star'and "the War, Eagle 1000  men were thrown out of work.  t'rjycc of Walca Stiot at. t  Brussels,/ April' 4���Thp ' prince   of  AVale's was shot at while at tlie railroad-  station here this  afternoon.   He  was  not    hurt.     The - would-be   assasbin-.,, ,  jumped upon   the   footboard   of   the  1 prince's  saloon  car as  th'e train  was  s ta-tii>3 and  iired into tho car, aiming  at the prince.;' The 'man������ was imme-:  diatelv arrested,  'Hea'ririg the shot'the station master  rushed to tWccene and'knocked down  the '-would-be assassin's arm a3"be prepared to fire a third shot and a number  oi peraona .threw themselves on' the  prWs assailant. In the confusion,  a second man 7/ho was quite innocent  "\vas   .aiz'ed,   roughly   handled  .and  beaten.* ��� ,   ��� .   .  ' t ^ "/o-'ld b3 assassin is a tinsmith  qaried'Si^idVa'-'e^eiit of Brussels',  U "year. oki.  ' His poc1_ets were found  to'be lull of anarchistic Utorature.  He fired  two shoto  at the prince.  The' pr'incesa   of 'Wftles   and   others  7e.;e in '   the   car   but   no   one   was  touched.  Whon examined by the station  officials, Sipide declared he intended  to kill tho prince of Wales and that  he did not regret hia' action and was  ready to do if again-if given a chance'.'  Sipide subsequently said be wanted to  kill the prince <��� because he caused  thousands of men to be slaughtered in  South'Africa."'  to-day being summoned to the bed  side h her daughter, who is reported  dan2.rou.ly ill. ���'  There is talk of organizing a brass  band in Moyie. A meeting will be  held at the Centra] Hotel tprnqnov?  evening for that purpose.  Members or tbo I. Q. Q- P- w|H  bear in mind thq,t thoro \v"iU ^c $  meeting held afc tlio Leader oflicj.  this evening at eight o'clock.  Miss Ethel Bennett, who has been  visiting with IVjr. and Mrs. W. J.  Watkins during tho winter, left fur  her home in Fori Steele yesterday.  Court Moyie of the Independent  O'-der of Foresters have decided to  give a grand ball on thc ��� evening of  the Queen's birthday, May 2<ith.  Cli as. P. Campbell ol* Cranbrook is  successor to Jfaggs ���_. Hughes in the  undertaking business. He is now  prepared to handle all business m  this line. See ad in another column,  vo rime. w .-.v.. . \y. 11. I.0S8 of Fort Steele," assignee  time" when in  his J for Maggs & Hughe-, "��  m  U��y��  >iovie, n. c.  AVl-JMIJl., ---       . ��� ��� y^y  ' ��  - j.   _,_._���_> _*������_*?. ^.'_^'^^v^._^^^>j2��:_S5:ij��u_����^  ���cMunsnw  7"?t  i--*V*v     -*  ii?'T*  llj;ii,i-i.i   -i*.   ��'/    "-'j      ------  ooiuiou there is any sign of fake, ana  can order the return of money to the  audieuv-o. {Signed: .  Win. Fnun. ,  G. E. White.  jjonts for tlio JLaice.l  years   pas.   there   has  v; v'W  AiM$  v.  W.    FK_Tn,_-*roi-r"_lor."_  fJtm  ��W    CLASS  This hotol;is"Jnow open to tho public, andlis well 'furnished throughout. None but tbo best, brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock.        .  A CCOMMODA TIOXS-  MOYIE, B.    C  I ������   ' .      ''    '   .."' ���      '__'      -WM   OT5BSS   "OT V"'  l^)  cm  *>A*.  .;'&'. CAMPBELL,aA-a-T. CLAJIR-]!.^  is Hotel is Mew and well Eurnished Tlie  Tables are Supplied^ with tlie Best tne  Market affords. The] Bar is billed with  the Best iBrands of Liquors and pigars.  I-;  V��>  ���W  \l"  il>-  \��  W  it)  y-  n)  \')  ��'  y'  Ju years pas. tliere na. been a  scarcity of boats on Moyie lake,'aud  pleasure seekers from thy outside  wuro oitcn doomed to   disappointment  this week selling off the stock o_ their  branch at this place. Hill & Co. have  purchaseu Ibu remainder of the  .took. A. ladicu' iuruishing depart-  ineut will be uddud Lo their store   here.  lioord' of Trade ^tee-ting.  A regular meeting of the Moyie  board of trade was held at the school  house Monday evening, Vice-President  Farrell in the chair, and A. T. Clark  as secretary.  After the regular routine business  was'transacted the question of organizing a volunteer Bre ' brigade was  discu.seci and it was decided tp do bo.  j. ML"Lindsay was elected ,chief by  acclamation.  Oonalable Cos: then* asked tliat, a  ccmmitt.s be appointed tq seleoi;. $  nuisance ground to be usqd for putting  the filth and rubbish gathered' up in  the town.' Thi" vzz done.  Tho question of celebrating the  Queen's birthday was taker) up and it  was the' general opinion that fche  matter should be left to a public meet-  in s to be acted upon. There-or it  was decided to call a public meeting  next Monday evening for that purpose.  The sidewalk committee was reinstated and instructed to 'solecit funds  und continue tho sidewalk on the cast  side of Victoria street as far north as  Arthur slieob aud then make a crossing io connect with the walk on lbs  w.-i -id--*. .   FootJigUt _riij.lJes.  Tlio Columbian Comedy conjapny  played to a good 'house .in McGregor  hall Tuesday evening. Thc company  was the l-.r^ost uud best that ever  came to   3l'��yie,   and   their .play, "A  BuiiaiiiE Notes.      * ���?  Sten Hansen's'' building in the Lake  ���Shore'addition will soon' be coni-  p leted. It will likely be occupied by  Bickers & Co. of'Ka.lo'aa a grocery.  ' D. J. Elmer's residence has been  given its last"'coat "of-paint and will  soon 'be ready to occupy.,  M.'ll. Holliste? will begin .work on  his building in a week or ten days.'  Eeid, Campbell & Co. are fitting,the  upstairs of their building into living  apartments., Mr. Reid's sister ]q expected from the east shortly.  ' ������ ""* -i-.r*��Or_-  SQT3?I_   AKHIVA.?,-.'  i-i-XHiX Hoxel:���A. J: McDonald,  ���Waliacef JaqlT. Gates, D.'H. Copper,'  "P. McCauley, Helsqn ; W. G. Hodsdon.  Miss^Bthel "\?ebb, J. P Noble, Cranbrook :'H. Turner, :G.oatfell; D. Mc-  Douga'l. F. M-Bain, City: H- ��l��et-  -.vood, Sp okane.        ' _  _S, F.  GAI^PBELL,  Undertaking ami embalming  a specialty. Graduate of the  champion college of the,  United States. I am preparing to do all in this lin.s of  business. Successor to Maggs  & Hughes. Telegraph and  'mail orders properly attended  to. " Main ofiice  Tho Manhattan hotel since being  remodeled an J relitwd presents a neat  iuvili.ig v-pp-araii-.. All the rooms l  both down v-Uhs and up stairs have |  Ijccu repvipurod, and tiiu bedrooms  and-walk., ciirnt-toil. A dry room has  been fitted up for the use of inmers,  when thev arrived here and  were  un-  aiul carpenter, are now at work fittmg  ���'        up a sample room for the use of  coin-  able to .either buy or rent them. How  ever, it will be different this year.  M. L. Hollister will soon begin building boats of all models and descriptions. It is not only his intention to  build boats to order, but also to have  a number on hand for rent.  _]_*  HEADQUARTERS F6R COMMKRCIAL  AND MINING MEN  BRITISH COJCXiMUIA     ���  8����S��<6-S'j?6'^,-)s  I i^ff '..    ' '���" ,       ..������:���. V'.t" ��� .       '"    .  Lako Clear of Ice.  The memory of thc oldest inhabitant runs uot to.a time when South  East Kootenay .experienced- such fine  weather as the people are enjoying at  present. Moyie lake is free/ frbmicc,  and has been for the past -week, and  th-ic is not a patch, of snow on the  townoile or for a good distance up on  tho foothills.^ ���__v___ '���'  ���,'���,'���.'      , o'ue'cii'a Bivtlulfty-  A public meeting will be held at  McGregor hall next Monday evening  f0r the purpose of discussing the  question of celebrating the Quecn,s  birthday, May M. As this is a matter  in which every resident of the town is  interested, a good attendance is: desired.  mercial men.  Sli-ar-g'-r in New York," made a de-  oidod hit. They will return in August  or ScptxiJibe-.  Misri Wobb and Mr. Hodsdon gave  an cqtortjnnient Wednesday evening  under tiie auspice,, of tbe Ladies' Aid.  Thereciu-.l i:i snnj- "...d -.tory lock  well v/itii tho auduncOj and the eister-  .ainei-s were ficijuonily encored for  their pains. The a Hair was a financial  Lhe fund   of   Lhe   Ladies'  Qr^nferppSj "      l    .?��� 9s  SUCC.'l  ii nil  .   iljrtl.cUy I'urty.  A birthday party was given at the  Central hotel this afternoon in honor  of Eddie Desaulnier's 12th birthday.  There wero 22 of his playmates  present.    Spread. Like Wildfire.  When things are "the .best" they  become "'the'best selling." Abraham  ���Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville,  0., writes: "Electric : Bitters are the  best selling bitters 1 have handled in  20 years. ' You know why? Most diseases begin in disorders of the stomach  liver,, kidneys, bowels, bipod and  nerves. Electric Bi Iters tones up the  'stomach, regulates, liver, kidneys , and  bowels, purifies the blood, strengthens  the nerves, hence cures multitudes of  maladies. It builds up tho. entire  system. /Puts new life and vigor into  any week, sickly, rundown man or  .womani Price 50 cents; Sold by  Hope <fc Beattie, Druggists.  Aid was materials- swelled.  Hockey Club(_ Kntortalumout.  The members of the hockey club  are becoming quite enthusiastic over  their coming entertainment. A slight  alteration has been made in their pro-  grain. It was at first intended to put  on the famous divorce case, Bardell  vs. Pickwick, but owing to the villain  making bis escape, this was abandoned.  However there will be farce comedies,  comic songs, instrumental music, etc.,  the famous" Polly McCilligan's band  will be there.. The date of the entertainment has not yet been definitely  settled, but it will take place about  April 20thy_;/'   '"' ���   .    ;__-._-.  NOTICE.  ' ".Tolice is hereby given tliat a meeting will be held at the Moyie school  house Wednesday evening, April, 11,  for the purpose of electing a trustee to  to fill the vacancy caused by C KaufT-  man. F. J. Smyth, Secy-treas.  CEYLON  TEA    . '  Flavour is Delicious. Absolutely Pure,  CAS UK UAJO  IfHOM  lieid, Campbell & Co.,  MOYIE, B. C.  James Kerrigan &Co.  Cll-VXBKOOK,    li. C.  Wholesale  Grocers  AND  General Agents,  Home  and   Foreign": Bonded   Ware-  ���   bouses.  Wishkey, Wines, Beer-  Cigars, Produce, Fruit,  Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc.,    Etc,  CORUESPONDENCE  TSVITED.,  fi>V-#&"t  HI  ..* i  VI  ('f 1  I*  -:ft|  ���: m  c:  1 .,��<  I'  '���*i  .1  1  Vi  'BI  sl  **l  <V  . ���- ��  *.g  i..  1       *- fi  1  ���'   ,-vj  i  i  I ��� ;|  "~ IS  -1  id » »iliH-w rj-i—*r-„
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fOopyrtg^J^ 1299, hx W-ithrrloy Cieea.T.I
hfr. Finnecur'e Vandeleur wns In low
water. African iiiterc-fc liad ceased'to
boom, and "Lost In the Croat Subr-ra'
uo longer attractod bumper honsof-.
" He was now living iu very third rate
rooms off Bond street, and a few days
■ ufter Fitzgerald'.1 oominitial a liiuthcr
actor looked in to pass tho ovcsiiny with
He. was tbe heavy tragedy maii'of rhe
company, and in private  life  lie nnm
'   ajred to combine   tlie  idiosyncrasies ol
tbe   nielanclioly  Jacques with   ill.  p.?-
.otiliarities of  Kin.14 Gaina     lie wns not
exactly & jovial companion at  his boj-t,
and Mr., Vandeleur evinced no'partial
Jar pleasure when lie entered.
"A charming littlo den. Finny I" i-aid
the newcomer after a minute survey oi
the cheerless apartment ''ft 'reniiud.
ino strongly of your Aleluotto days. We
only require your widowed mother co b.
"You'd make a deuced  poor Paul*
- at any rate, " retorted V'audeleur    "I'd
prefer Miss Hastings.",
"Now, would you''   If yo it d said the
Western girl, 1 cou.ld  have uud.r.tnnd
I see   you have  her  picture over thore
Do you know. Finny. 1 always thought
you bad a hand in her dis-a-meHr'uico:''
Mr    Finnecuro    Vandeleur   seeiued
.gratified   by   this  insinuation,   but  hs
wuved his dirty hand    , ,,,
"No, no, Lorton—'pon my honor, no
I won't say I   hadn't a chance  in   tbat
direction, but   there wns   Dick, aud he
was my frieud.   Need J say more?"
A fiuoer wriggled acrpss Mr. Lorton's
'" Your sentiments do yon honor, sir,'
bo  said  with   melodramatic, effusion ■
".Allow me to shake bauds."  .
"Don't be, an ass, Lorton. Look here
—Jet's do something or other. CI can't
sit listening to you." , -
"Thou stand, man.    I've  seen   82 in
"    thorpit and half tbe gallery doing that,
when other people have played to empty
bench pe."
"Ah, that's not my way. I never care
to cliuoi. paper about broadcast, Lorton
Well, shall we play nap?!' '
-'   "Poroyeter shells, or what? I haven't
a  stiver,   aud   1  don't   believe  you've
found a gold mine in' tbe Sahara lately
Can't "we make  up a third?   Does'no
one live iu this mystio grove but your-^,
self?"    '" '
"There's a man in the back room.
Looks as if he broke the bank years ago
«nd was living on the reminiscence. " ,
"Trot him out, then." ,
"Don't know him. Go yourself. lie
seems a surly brute, or your genial eloquence would no doubt fetch him."
Nothing loath, Mr..Lorton proceeded J
11 the back sitting room, and after a Ion/?
Absence returned wilh the other man.
He was a _warthy Ipoking individual
with'a scrubby beard and keen, piercing
"Mr. Matthews," said Lorton, usher
lug him into tfaeroom, "allow mo to in
troduce  your  neighbor, Mr. Fimiecure
Vandeleur.    Mr. Fiimecnre  Vandeleur
•   your neighbor, Mr. Multhews. "
"Glad  to sea  you, Mr.   Matthews,'
said Vacideleur, shaking  lnuds.    "Mr
Lorton and  myself   find  time hanging
heavily on our hands.   Wo thought yon
would perhaps take pity on us and pio
vent our quarreling."
"Oards!" said   the newcomer, giauc
ing  afc   tho  pack  on the table.    "Old
friends, I boo,*' he added as lie,fingered
' them.    c
"Signs of the times, dear boy," said
Fiimecnre Vandeleur. "Someday in the
next few months 1 may be able to afford
a. new pack."
"Such old   friends, " continued Mat
thews,   disregarding    the  explanation
"that you must know most of the cards
"Sir, " said Mr. Vandeleur, "do you
wish to insult a gentlomau? If you don't
like tbe cards you can get out, aud be
hanged to yori."
Mr. Matthews did not take advantage
of the suggestion.    For various reason-she was thirsting for  any small   excite
ment which would take him out of him
Hn sat down and dealt around, faccf-
npperniost. The first knave came to
"Ah!" he said, "Ideal."
The stakes were not high.  They play
ad for ihe smallest   brown coin but oue
which passes current in this realm.
They played keenly   Tho actors were
adepts at the game. Air. JMatthews thow
ed himself to be no novice.
Once Mr. Matthews asked for a drink.
Mr. Lorton said that drink was a^thing
abhorrent to him. Mr. Matthews said,
that he ■should, not have guessed that
from M_.liLorton's visage. Mr. Vandeleur joined in.and said that if tbo stranger wished for strong liquor he was at
entire liberty to send and pay for fit
himself, aud tho -stranger replied that as
be hod been providing half pence for the
proprietor of the dubious cards' h.
didu't see the force of providing the liquor as well.
Then all of a sudden Mr. Matthews
sprang to his feet and dashed tbo cards
in Mr; Vandeleur's face. Tbe two actors
were well wound up for the occasion
They also leaped to their feet and the
torrent of tlieh\ words clashed into the
middle of the table.        A •
"Endurance has its limits," said Mr
Matthews. "I was a fool to'playat all
with blacklegs, but when 1 see you fox
a deal three times iu succession when
it comes "to your turn it's a bit too
much. There's only ono course left for
uie.   Here goes for doing ifc."
With these words he stooped down
und with his arm commenced to ecoop
up all tbe outlyin/j mouey on the table
cloth. . \ .'      7        7     ■    ,       ■
In   an   instant   the  other  two  were
press-in*, eager lingers alter their coins.
From giapp!ing at the coppers it was
an easy iran-ision to grapple with one
another t'uiiiobody's legs were knocked
from beneath him, and iu another brace
of seconds tho trio were in' tho midst of
a.ronyb and tuinble'on the floor.
Blows were exchanged with oil heartiness; the table was overturned; chairs
spun about the room and oue crashed-
jato tbo window; the grimy boards beneath resounded like a drnni and belch
ed forth whirlwinds of dust—and then
the climax came
Mr. Matthews, either from § passing
knuckle or from an outlying portion of
tbo scattered fiirmtnro, received a blow
on the head which dazed liim. He fell
back on the floor with a groan, mid nt
that moment the door opened, disclosing the landlord,
,   "Come how," said he, "I can't have
you blokos making my house into a bear
garden.    You ain't mem hers'of  parliament.' I'm not a-going to bavo my house
disgraced by you blackguards.  Pack up
yonr traps this minute and out  you all
goes, when I've assessed' the damages*
By gum, though, " be added, stooping
down    aiid     peeking    something    up,
"what's  this?   Well, I'm hanged'if it
ieu't a set of  .also  teeth, and I'll take
my davy I've never seon   an   uglier eet
anywhere.    Thoy/ro as yellow and joggled up  as  an  alligator's.    Who.t are
they, anyway?'
pointed   to  the proa
:iir-«-ll   Society-   I.a«ly,   Her
,  I'iis «_uJ   Coin'IiJ!i:u>.
'J-'Uiiv'S.*' she said as she
thi' u-alk  from iii'i* house to llir <•
iu' all the glory of a puyeous gown
IV.n'** hat, "James, my horses do u--l
W--11 tjruoiut'd. Are you ..Tiiiiu  tbat
si-, tvi iln'.-j pi-.ptn-ly?''
"Sure, uiuiu, it's two bout?* a day .u.h
tbat L'l-<-y have of the .'iirry -in.)  brush.
Thoir coats mv like sfilin,"
"My carriage, .htir.e'*;. lnoUs ni^ty. '
"You  can see your  ('.ice in  it  a.s in a
ldol:in/r sla.s, mum."        c
"My harness is not brightly polished."
"The second nine put  in nil the nioru-
"ns on it, mum."
"Maiie." to (he maid in die smart
while cap by her sfv.c*, lioldin? lhe pug.
"Marie?, tell I'el.r to keep my hiwn in
bet ler trim. And, Marie, see that tlien
[larKir maid draws the shades in the-
morning. 1 will" not have my curtains
and my carpets in my house ruined by
the sun. And, Marie, say lo the florist
■ that if lie cannot send my .(lowers home
at the exact hour ordered another establishment will be patronized."
"Yes, madam.    Anything else  madam
Mr. Vaudeleur
trate Matthews.
"They are0 the
i    _     i!!i  "''
"A charming little den, Finny."
tnose  pretty lips; nothing  on   eartli to
do with u_,'I aBsure you."
A heavy, solid- tread 'was ■ heard
crunching toward theni in the'passage,
and the next moment the helmet of a
policomau showed in the doorway beyond the landlord. Tbe fingers of the
polic.mnn touched tbe landlord nn the
"Come, now'mister! What's all this
about?    Yon seem to sell your winders
too cheap for passershy   to be comfortable.    You're respbns-ibJe, you know."
Tho landlord shrugged his shoulders.1
• "Weil, officer, I'm doing the   best I
can.    I just this minute heard the row
and   camo up ut   once  to tell   them   to
clear out, but I've found this," ho added, exposing the  jagged false teeth   in
the palm of his build.   "They belong to
that   bloko  down   there on   the  ncorc
Looks a bit curious tome, officer    What
do you ,say?"
The officer stooped over'the form of
Mr. Matthews. He seemed struck by the
"I can't exactly place yon, my beauty, " ho remarked, "but I've seen either
you or your picture before somewhere."
Then he took hold of Mr. 'Matthews'
uoso with ono band aad bis chin with
the other and pulled the jaws apart.
"Well. I'm blessed 1" ho exolaiined.
".He's got a spauking lot of teeth of his
own. No, he ha.u't, though; These are
false as well." Aud lie deftly withdrew
two rows of shining molars.
"What's he want- with two sets, 1
wonder?" said the policeman" thoughtfully, and then a, thought seemed to
strike bim. Ho whipped out a pocket-
book with rather more celerity than
you would have expected from so solid
a guardian of tho law azid he extracted
a sheer therefrom which bore tbe heading, "Wanted." His forefinger traveled
rapidly along th. succeeding lines, aud
at each one he let hia eyes fall on Mi
Matthews. As he proceeded his satisfaction visibly increased. Finally he replaced tho paper, put the notebook in
his pocket, aud then produced a pair of
handcuffs, with which he proceeded to
adorn th'e wrists of Mr. Matthews.
"Ob,,come, officer, " remonstrated the
landlord with some alarm. "He's not
dono much harm here, and I don't want
my bouse to get a bad name."
Tho policeman stood up, swelling
wilh iniportauco.
"I'm afraid 1 can't consider yonr feelings today, mister, " said ho.   "This 'ere
cove   is   wanted—particularly   wanted
Is name   is   Keighley Gates, aud be is
tbe South Audley street murderer I"
.To be continued.)
Marie. , Say to the caterer
that when 1 give a dinner I must have
serving men who know how to wait on a
table, not bricklayers. At my dinners
and in mj' own house I purpose having
things done ns 1 wish thpm nnd in the
style for which I am willing to pay. Now
give me Fiti—there. „
"James-, drive to,l,lie modiste's.    I wish
to feel sure that that wretched creature
will surely send homo my evening gown
tonight.    Then go to my' milliner's, then
to   Buy lee's,' then   to   the  market man's,
then to  Mrs.   Fitzpooelle's, afterward to
Mrs. Tomtit's and on the way home stop
at Mrs. 'Eiderdown's.  , No,  we will  not
call  for my husband.    Dr.' .1.  Calloften
Kidglovo says he needs exercise, and he'd
better .-walk •■ or take  the cars  home—so
near.    And,now understand if you don't
attenel to me and to my property as I order out you go.r You henr me?"
"Yes, niiuii."-
"Yes, madam."
"Drive on."
."And to think,",muttered James, as he
brought thc lnsh down upon the shining
flanks of the matched blacks, "that when
tlie old mau married her she hadn't a pinny in the world, and to me certain knowl-
dge she hasn't worked n clay or earned
a cint since, nor has she had any money
left her. But it's all hers—the house, the
furniture, the dresses'and tho jewels, the
inrses and carringes, the dinners, the
functions, the servants, the lawn and the
pug dog, all' hers, including the "?30,000 n
year the old 'man be after making, a-slav-
ing and a-riding in the street cars, when
the poor divii is too tired to walk. Faith,
'tis the fifth swell family I have driven
for where the whole outfit, including the
master's income, belongs,to the missus,
and all, bought with bis money. Sure, it's
a woman I'd be nieself Cor an instant if I
could be after making "the stuJT so'easily
doing nothing!"—Washington Star.'
>.nid. Russell Sage says in a recent interview
dial his good health is due largely to the
fact that he had avoided <-ocial functions.
William Kerr of r.uvidonce is still pursuing the trade of watchmaking at the
:ige of S2 years, after .. years' work at
Thomas A. Edi-?on's first large- earo-
imr* wore 1?40.<X>0. This he got from a
tciegraph company for the model of the
now famous ••ticker" for which tie had
intended to tisk 95,000.
Two of the grandsons of John V. Cal
houn live in the northern .inU"*,. Tliyy
are Patrick Calhoun of Cleveland and
.John C. C.iih-iun of New York. Both are
wealthy, having made their money in
coal, iron aud .unnu.aetiii-ing onterpiiscs.
Soiviio 1*1 Payne.' chairman of the
lio.'se ways and means committee, has n
voice which is the envy and despair ol
iim-t congressmen. -In carrying power it
has no eejual, and though every syllable
is pl::in nil,over the house the tones are
never harsh or wearying.
l-onator <!_ockivll of Missouri i-* known*
us -a. most democratic man and a _hoii
time ago surprised the eiii[ikiyeesr!iii the
■.eiiate folding room by appearing in their
i'iid-1 and, taking off his coat, helping to
;,cl n (juautity of documents ready foi
mailing. ,,
Congressman William A. Jones of Vir-
g'liia served during (he civil war in tiie
defense of I.ichniotid ami eained n nick-
mini'' which Mill cHu_-_ to hiiti. lie' wa.-
iiiii-ii in Warsaw, Va., ami his liglninp
i-unlities, earn eel for him the title of
"Tbaddcu. of Warsaw."
t> i
All the pictures of the new duke of
WostmiiistiT convey the iilea thnt he'is a
small man. This i.s very far fcoin being
(lie case. Although but 20 years of age',
he is over six feet (all and well se*t up.
lie. rejoices in the nickname, of "Benel
Or" and is quite ns devoted as was liis
gran'dfather, tlie lute duke, to'sport.
Daniel II. Mofl'ntt. the banker nnd mine
owner of Denver, hns given $100,000 to>
(Jeorge Boss Lewin, cashier of the Firsl
.Vaijonnl bank of Denver, nnd-§7">,0()0 to
Thomas Keely, the assistant cashier of
the same bank, ns tokens of 'his regard.
About n year ago Mr. "MeifTatt took the*
!ie*nd wnker of the Fifth Avenue hotel.
Xew York, on n trip to Europe.
Tbe wiM of the late liobert Bre'ck Rrig-
hani of Boston bequenths the bulk of bis
estate,' estimated at several millions, to
charities. One of these is a new hospital
in Boston to be known as the Robert B
Brigham Hospital For Incurables, in be
maintained tor thc free treatment and'
support of needy incurables. Nearly every charitable institution in Boston is rein em be red.
Gpvernor Crane of' Massachusetts ' is
very popular among the euiploye-es of his
paper mill in Dnlton. There are several
aged men in the town whose'sole, duty is
to walk to the ofliee of the mills and
draw their pay. n'sort of pcnsitiu for
services loyally rendered in tlie past. A
strike in the e-stablishmeut has not been
known in the three generations of family
-- -  ^frr7$m
ly ,parto..k of it „„,, ilM Z0&
innocent ban-iichian „«.■■■ i.. \r '^feMi
I'.-iugei- had  onler
li'HiV with  ihc (.,.
Knew .lie Voice.
A dear old lady who lived up on Marshall street died suddenly the other day.
Her' death was completely unexpected.
In fact, the evening before she died she
had been persuaded to speak into the receiver of a phonograph0 owned by her
so ii-in-Jaw. It turned out to be a r«-
markably good record, for the >old lady
had a peculiarly shrill voice, aud as she
sang hc-r favorite hymn into the phonograph the reproduction was perfect.
Now, there is a colored girl in the family who possesses all the superstitious of
,her race. A couple of days after the funeral she was dusting the' furniture in ,
the sitting room wheu she inadvertently
turned the switch that .tarted the phonograph. As luck would have it, the
cylinder was tho one containing the old
lady's hyinu, and it rang out with startling distinctness. The colored girl stood
rooted to the spot, gasping for breath. It
was fully a minute before she Quite re-,
covered her faculties, and then, with a
yell of "Fob de Lawd's sake! Missy 'Liza's come back!", slie ran down stairs.
No amount of explaining could convince
her that there was nothing supernatural
about it, so she took her'clothes and,
went—Philadelphia Record.
.Tiil-lngr H-W-SeyV Advice.
"Wat's de.matter
Tkiukin again?"
"Yes, Limpy. F.ve just about made
up ine mind dat I'll take President Ar-'
tie Hartley's advice un invite no more
of (loin scandalous trust presidebts to
Where He Wns DH.tlntf.
Tho oflieers charged wilh keeping peace
at the capitol are strict and watchful.
One day a man walked .through one of
the corridors whistling gayly "Marching
Through Georgia." lie was stopped by
one of the officers and politely told that
whistling was not allowed in the corridors.
"What!" shouted tho mnn, who seemed slightly under tho influence of some
seductive concoction. "I can't even whistle that good old tune?"
"No, sir," replied the officer; "whistling
is not allowed."
""Why. it is outrageous to think that
the grand and eternal principle of liberty should be so insulted and that the immunities and guarantees of the immortal constitution should be so ciii'lnilecl.
Why, sir, what arc we drifting to?"
The officer here grasped tbe irate orator by the arm and said in measured nnd
emphatic tones, "You will be drifting to
jail if you don't stop your noise and
move on."
He moved.—Washington Times.
1 A Tnrt tlelnrt.
Poultney Bigelow, tbe author and
traveler, was a schoolmate for several
years of the emperor of Germany, with
whom he has ever since been on, friendly
terms. At one time thoughtless people
chaffed him concerning this comradeship
until he became tired and irritable at remarks of the kind. It culminated at a
dinner in a IS'ew'York club where one of
the guests told a story of personality.
In the pause which followed Mr. Bigeiow
re.raa.k'sd: ;
"You remind ine of"—• ■
"Not the Emperor William ." interrupted the facetious story teller.
"Oh, no!" replied Mr. Bigelow quietly.
"The kaiser is a gentleman."—Kansan
City Independent.
Lack of ventilation is a cause of dampness in many hives.
Honey improves with age; the older it
is the finer the flavor.
More bees are lo-st  by  wintering
by disease, or any other cause.
I-.xtracled   honey  is  much  easier
than comb honey, as the latter is
to get spoiled.
All work tbat i.s to be done with
in winter time must be done on warm
days while the bees are flying, and at-uo
other lime.
It is absolutely necessary that sufficient absorbent should be kept over,the
cluster to take up the moisture. If theie
is not absorbent enough, diarrhea will
set in and more or less loss occur.
During cold weather It is not sate to
feed liquids. The only food that should
be used is candy, which may be made
from granulated sugar. This may ho fed
in large cakes or slabs laid over the
frames. '
Every worker bee begins its life as a
nurse bee, staying within the hive for
the first week or ten"days, supplying the
larvai with the milky feed nml capping
them over when they nre large enough' to
take care of themselves.—St. Louis Republic.
William Dean Howells has considerable ability with the pencil us well as
wilh the pen. lie is a born caricaturist
and with some Jraining would have made
a better illustrator of bis own books than'
.lames' L. Whitney, the new head of
the Boston Public library, speaks fluently French, German, Spanish. Italian and
modern Greek. "The Tick nor Catalogue
of Spanish Literalure" is one of his beat
known bibliographical works.
Rudolph Schwartz, the sculptor, hns
completed the Iirst one of the colossal
stone figures for the great Indianapolis
soldiers' monument. The contract' calls
for Us completion by next August, when
the monument will be tledicaled.   ,
Count Tolstoi is recovering from his recent severe illness and is again at work
upon his interminable revisions of the
proofs of bis "Resurrection." The American edition of (his novel, we are informed, will be brought out before next autumn.   ... ,':      ' ..
The, l'rlnee nnd the , Cook Thnt Sot
the Ku.l-Iou For the Cnnine'eni-a
nl the TnliteM of F-plcui-eaus—Tl-i-
Krog an a Ctilliiary Tltlhlt.
The snail ns an article of diet generally
Is nssoeiaf.d with the French nation. As
n matter of fact, it is o dietetic legacy
from the ancient Romans, who wero, according to John Bull, from whose traditions of lhe table the American nation
is almost emancipated, "uawsty feeders."
The taste for snails must have lingered
among the peasantry of "All Gnu." for
i-entnries after the departure of the I toman eagles, hut it was not until ISM that,
the tables of culture and refinement in
Franco adopted them formally. The man
who had the audacity to make nn a ri.-.loom t of the snail was the l'rince de Talleyrand- i'origord, a member, of a family
noted even unto this dny for originality
bordering on whimsicality iind for daring, or perhaps "nerve" ruiglit lie a good
word, iu the illustration of that origi-
,nn lily.
Tallewrand-I'erigord,   after  tbe   return
of Louis XVIIJ, entertained the l.mpcr-
or Alexander I of Russia at a great political dinner.  The prince had in his service the best chef in Paris, whom he had
bribed by tlie promise of higher wages to
leave   his   former   master.   On ml-a Ceres.'
The   cook   was   named ' Anncivoii.,  Tlu*
prince   recollectcel    n   delicious   dish   of
Giiaiis which lie had eaten in Vienna Uil-
rhougli, merely in passing it may he men-
tioneyJ thnt he would not have recognize.]
that city by that name).   He summoned
Anacroon anel gave to him orders on the
subject.    The' chef  cook—ns" the  prince
'soon ^found out—was not only .iw.'ire already of tbe,possibilities or the snail, but
had made n specialty of it as an article
of food while he had been directing' the
kitchens of other ma«teis.    lie accepted
tlie  .suggestion, that   the dish  should lie
presented,"a la bourguignomie."
The diners, nnion'g, whom were many
celebrities; hailed the preparation with
enthusiasm and,ate of it with expressions
of unbounded delight. With' it wns handed around n neat card, beaded "J.scnr-
gots a la bourguignonne—pint d'Anncro-
on." "I'Int d'Anacreon" Means "Anacre-
onVdish" or "Anncreon's mess,"'according to taste. Either trnnKlntion is good.
This event naturally set'the fashiou for
this crustacean—for it wns the shell snail,
ahdtn highly bred, shell su-iil, and not the
yellowy white, slimy, naked s-hig that
wns nnd is "treated" with first rate culi-'
nary honors.
' A' snail farmer is n "cultivator" well
recognized in France, and the term is'associated with men of wealth and talent—,
the one ncrjuired by nnd the other'exhibited in successful snail raising. In our
.owu country or in'Britain n farmer whp
was addressed as "Mr. Snail farmer"
would be likely to fee! insulted. Iu "la
belle France" he would bow and, if only
a' roots and corn fanner, would say:
"Pardon, but 1 h'nvc not that high honor
—to be n farmer of snails. Would that I
A snail farmer was quizzed recently by,
a' French writer. The escargot man was
in the ..Nntionnl library, ut Paris, reading
wilh case Greek and I.atii* works, when
the reporter found him. On being drawn
into conversation the snail farmer reluctantly desisted for' awhile .from reading
aud, with evident annoyance at the untoward disturbance, rapidly gave the desired  information.  ■ °       ,
He'cultivates the snail in'llio department of La Snrtbo.  The products of Bur- j
gundy n're still iu the lend, but as tlie re- |
suits  obt.lined  are\depeiieleiit   upon , the j
method   of   "snailing"   followed   (here  is |
not  really, after all,  much  choice.   The j
snails  are picked   from (the.   hedge.-,  and j
other  places  where  tliey  abound   nt  thc
end of the summer and arc then  "paik-
ed"  in  some grassy   inclosore.  arranged
in, such a manner a.s to prevent all possi
bilily of escaping.   The fattening plot has
to   be  specially   chosen,' must   be 'shad.-
and sunny and cultivated with (he greatest care.   All kinds of delicate and swevi
scented  herbs nre favorable to tbe preic
ess. such,  for instance,  as  thyme,  mint,
sage, chervil, marjoram; etc.    When autumn gives place to chilly days and frosty   nights,   the  inclosure  is  strewn   with
fine moss, dried lenves. etc.. among which
the snails tako shelter and literally shut
themselves up in their shell, closing it by
means of a  calcareous stilmtance   whicli
they secrete.   This is the time when (!u*y
nre ready  for the market, and  llie-y me
then collected and stored  iu dry  ci'lliirs.
to be sent off as required.
Another essentinlly French dish is the
one whicli Is covered by the poetic title of
"Nymphes de Bourgogne." It wns under
thic pseudonym that Escoflier, that past
master in culinary matters, offered this
dainty to English diners and really can
claim the merit of having overcome somo
of the British repugnance to the same.
Long before tbe day when Escoflier
produced a masterpiece which conquered
at lenst those English guests who willing-
ii-'i..a    >iuii    nif.   Cf'ij^ul   (if   H ■''-J,? W'_*55
poit nn the Gmiie-i w,nM   ';■';'"■ 'nClfiMSs
if mvlt'tiinn t,,
am-piod.    Ai>i.-n_ (Jlll(,  ,    -v p^s^
I a|>-K'im--l   tlu.-  oue  -|,„t   nJJf"*ii$$m
, rumou* under t|,.. -,„•,,,„„./%yi-A^M
| lr.ici.MiH   miibbv-.-ou-   „   ,  '''""I |«
i Wtiei,   the   v-,1-1,,,..-,,,-   ,la„     ,^'«llt
tiiid   been   enjoje-d   time  -j,.  ' *-■
British  ofliceis. *•„■,,,, yiII,M j1)' ")
lucky (bought of uskio-. wij:i,/'
(his excellent coin--.,..   <)„ |(1>j     '"P-fi
frog*'made  up  the  luscimi^ {."i^''';,;
'1,1 V     .   ,''
the* eiomminider, so the stem
oil to his ship and in the i"r,,a.( ,
infoiined the fore-ign ofliop \iH ,','/'„
i*-h ling had been insulte-d i.y'n/j^    '
e-oi)v;i||.    Sir Patrick C.'niiplV!
Cv'i'di'd   to  Sierra/' I.e-.i'ie I(,,
dispute, was told (he wh(,i0
only did  lie  bear the 'fnus,
pail alien hiihsi'If of the itisi'iitj,!!,',''
veul   di'eln'rod   the  queMi,,--  ^'yj
tuUU'd  his name to (lie uuiiiliu !,r.
lisbuiet)   who- could   hon.",ilv j-,
"FroggyV  good  taste in ',U|,"
tors.—Now York Press..
'". A,
Whal is called the drii-|K..r, r.( »(,J&B§jj
ploimt'iit   will   be   tin*-*t   f.'iiiiifn1, ,S&_"lM'
pie-jmi'iii win tie tiin-*t f.'iiilifn't ,M«J!
roinie.) by the one who {:„-,... t-' t$j|p
eiiiiipielu'iisivo  view of i|,.> n!i,v^,%^
r-.eirin (!*< irtle rolatiuns, it n».!■■■
.?i,-   uliieli saves it   from . out.-
'7c -upt-iior man will  will'un-u
.'in.(i   a   tusk   wliiob  n  lessei- i,>
i.i-v „« hpj-ii. beneeth him.
e Brother OleUe.v'.s T't'Ilt Irnl \|„
Call a iiuiii "ojip'n." en in.. ,,..
slierllT: o:ill(,liiui "kuiiiiel." en i..."
a Iti'c line fur <lc If-glsiiuui''; !•*
"gov'nor," en de slnte Is to
bol' him.
, De reason do office nc>Vi>r ^vl|
man Is kiize do man is ui«s' \n»^-
on de do'step bollerin "(Jood hm-,-J
two hours fo' day.
VJ dcy  wu/.n't so many stmorisj
dis country rer speakin purpo^.'
would  be fewer caudiel.'ije.s fcr'
k.'ize mlfcbty few or 'mn pot gen.!-jf
forms ter stan on.    "
■ De cntidid.ito alius tell you hep'-Mf
ter "save de state," en he neierfa'!®
save It—for hissc'f. '  ■
I gin'riilly fin's dat de nverase;
tfclan l.s compose of pie eu prdm.-i-
Wlmt, Tliey
Oct TIr«Ml of It. pftH
to thc effortifc^H?
in candy,stores lohlifesm
There is an old story
it is n custom
new clerk to eat nil tho candy she ^fefffp
tho result being that she is soon yrnVferM^"
and. wants   no   more   candy   f»r a i^WW*
time.    Tbe fact appears' to* be tliat-fp"*"''
'stun(hilly there is i:o rule or eu-.to_
candy stores regarding the eating el-j
dy by tlie sales people.    It is of <V2
reiiiiirod that they shall not cat casJj
the presence, of enstorners.    It uiig_t
possible tlial'n new clerk who _evil;|'
un"inordinate fondness for candy «rc::
roeiuiro a gentle vbint,  but clerks sre t
j told when they begin work thnt t'li-yc;:
or may uot,cat candy.     Nothing fe .«>'
j Shout   that at  nil,  und  Uioy du .is tlu
j please about it and eat wl.ut t_<7 \r,ir.",
j governing the'inselves, it is tei A. vitsuw
. ed, by eliscretion and common sei^-t*.
:     It was also the common testimony 'hit
I people do not get tired of c.iinly Lybwrj
i always in the midst of it, nml thi-s<-_!
! to  apply  alike   to  those engngnl in .1'
manufactiiie of candy mid the li-n"li:i
of it by wholesale and to the cleds e."^g
gaged in the constant oriuni haiiillbctt
candy in the sale of it at retail.   Too".
who are fond of candy, men .is ucll !i
women, nre uot surfeited by thu sb-U'
it   in   quantities   constantly   sun out,'!;"
them.    If it is good candy, the-y I'li-p:.
liking it just the same and enjoy cat::.'
what tliey want of it. rag
As to whether men or women lik.t->V'
dy   better  there   wns  some dilTcicnce <*m*M
the expressed opinion.    At some uhus"
was said that men and women liked c'Jg|jU
dy   equally   well.     It   was said, f->r '';m&
stance, that iu a  little company of *"pjp
and women eating candy thc men ^o.-p|M
eat ns much as'the women.   At uni- .^^^""
where   the   opinion   wns   express! '--f^S
men,   take  them  ultogether,  do nut ^i'w^
canely so. well ns women do it ^a-i "•',,.|^«,
that if a' man was fond of camly lie ^VjfSl
likely to bo very   fond  of it. so t
might cat a quantity or it nt a tiinc^ ( ^
was everywhere said that amoiii: ^lll,1'e;L§^||"
hoys       -    - -    •   i ... .
sions ot  peop
well ns of those in it the v
ion seemed lo be that timont: gi"1 "   ,u^«i^*-
sons tliere nre more women with n *-'_\",4;,ig
 .-     . .  ,;^p
toys und girls are alike in their l'^"wKf::?i/4
undy, but taking into account e^fffi^
ions of  people  outside  the  hii-ii""13 !-^^fE
i w;^:*?,«--
il-hl  ul'A^-M:
tooth than men—that is to say,
are not so fond of candy as
New York Sun.
tlUt l'."f;'; '/§&
What Would He Sujf
"Have you anything to,'. suy before
tehee is passed upon yon." asked
judge, -.a       ':■ ■'
"I have," replied (lie prisoner.
"Well,   what   is   itV"   elonianded
judge. 7   '
"On second thought," returned the prin-
oiior, "I believe I'll not say. I dou't care'
to have a lino for contempt of court piled
on to my other sentbnee.''—-Chicago Post.
Sl»lUIi»«r Suit.
We don't see why it is unlucky to spill
tbo ealt.    Salt is nbout  tbe only thing
that can be.spilled on a tablecloth witl»-
j Mxt sbftbitttf i tnuan.-AtcbUo- Qlob»,
Japan has had a Hebrew synagogue
since (he year 11.2. ■'■':".
The bishop of Lonelon is a lover of fine
horses ami used to be one of (he best
.whips in h-iigland.
The strength of' (he various sec-lions of
■the Methodist church by recent returns
shows'that throughout the world there are
7.1)57 churches, with 4-l.fiOS or.daininrministers: ■     ;; ■■"■ .•'•■■'
The Church of England is supported by
income from,,.ihvestme'iit.s. endowment's
and by voluntary contribiiiions. The total revenue of the church is about $3;"»,-
000,0.0. ■       .
The great difficulty about voting machine's is thai iln-y will not turn out. n
miiehine. vote. —Philaeleiphiu Lcl^er.
I-Ver; siiiep S(. Louis ihreatened to
lyne-h ifs allegeel bemelle officials the- lattoi
more than e-ver resolveti to hang to-
ie-r.— Philudelpliia Times.
Cilie's■generally wnulel be belter' off if
lii.-i.ving politie-inns. like n conspicuous
•ililei-muti in, Somei-ville, were more u.u-
nierous anel ipreylng'politician, were not
■•v-Sbanv - Boston (Jlobe.
A Cold   Usually Takes   the   Form of   Bronchitis,
ness   in   the   Chest   and   a  Painful   Cough
i s?V'«
With   Tight- f%
a re
The way from tbe throat to lhe
bangs lies along, the bronchial tubes,
and ifc ie in this passage that a cold
must be ohecked if the lungs are to be
saved from inflarnnnation, pneumonia
nnd consumption.
Tightness in the chest, eoroness,
sharp or dull pain, difficult; breathing
and a painfnl cough are indications
that the bronchial tubes are affected.
Time only is'required to develop deadly
lung complications.
Mere cough mixtures cannot reacb
this trouble. The opiates contained in
them mav deaden tho nerves auflioently
to stop Iho cough, but they do not cure
tbe cold. They only give false hope
and deceive the victim into believing
that because the cough ia stopped the
cold must bo cured.
Nature's own remedies for bronchial
troubles are linseed, or flaxseed, turpentine aud licorice. These specifics,
along with half n dozen ofcber ingredients equally simple and equally efficacious, are so compounded in Dr. Chase's
* Syrup of Linseed and Tnrpeatlne as to
Dr. Chase's   Prescription. 5-
make the most successful cure for '!irC *;
and lung troubles that is known lodfl F
This preparation is so pleasant to j,
taste aud so wonderfully'bealing a,
soothing, to the irritated, inflame*1",
torn linings of the throat aud bi'ollU1
tubes that its benefits arc felt iromf
very first dose. .    V ' .,*
Dr.,Chases' Syrup   of   Iiinsec"   »
Turpontiue is so nniversally use<'   f*
describe itftr
qunlitiea  M '
cure for   croup, . bronobitis,     'ist! ^
coughs, colds and throat irritation
is the stand by in scores of tJionssino
—   .,--(•[ oaiiii"
it seems tmncessary to
comment on it's   good
homes in the United Statos am
Avhero time and again  it b»s fit"'..Hd
tbo way to  the   lungs   and  PT*J°   ^
pneumonia nud consumption; *•'     (j
a bottle; family sizo,   tbreo  time
much, (iOconts a-t all  dealers   or
maiiBon, Bates efc Co. .     u
Another   canse   of   cousnnap "»_
catarrh, which can   bo   promptly
thoroughly curod by   tbe   tiso
Oha.e'a   Catarrh   Cute.    35
box, blower free(
■ f .
■k 1
of W
oend »
1 ,
*«!'   L - ~~A<4..^^r,9SK  fi^litlM MOYIE LEADER.  I'ii i       l'fl!^^^^^^P'��i'i'-5J-^' ��� ���-_____;  >..   '' ''! ���Ki"''_.��s55rr~' ".:..  " '    ~~ "~  ,'    ~''I',','r.fev?cS^/%'Jl&'a&-;SjAt''   '    -v* /-."VT l.">  Aru.f ^fef^S_����i  IL    0.  ^Ni^^tSTPERTINENT SIMIANS-,  v,r'- ���'������Mf'l"P%^"'j';' -��� ���'  ���''i.vlK^i^jf'^S-iV   ltfe ��t "Jemircii,  c*  ���i-cntut^  "'"iii'E'I  '}' I lie Sv  '���<'��. ��������;;  .' aifin.f,',  ���<���' triiih, I  '. kt t,.'  Sltlti!'; ie'  n '-���-'I',,;';  lain i ,,(j,  ���.v "!':,r,;r(  vulliM^ t  But the monkeys  nee to do lhat.  inties from  our  ^SSSSFSl"'1 vrhm 0UI" "'I'^Ues were ex-  !fefiS���5.tliey  amused   themselves - Ltf  who bad  a  bad  |��&g|f,_ monkey seissed tlie prolnid-  S_SBB_Fp��nc'1 u out ftu<1 savo'nn cx'  SwSfflSSfasSKSViitatlon of tbe act.-   Then, of  *�������  of._S.FJ  nnd  w^*_5'  rf_3  ^  >-.���,v  >Vi>r c^v. |  is' iii','-j'r.;  ood ma--,.  i        '    "  y si_w['  Jlirpo'fs,*^  . s fcrr':  ���ot gon.1;  i'OII 111"' ���.''_  never f,v!  si  some of us bad kodaks,  'bad taken .several pictures  icrsonilictttioii oT Impudence  a little block of wood which  !_he ground nnd with'It toqk  fopsbots nt us. v^  fill cciiiduc'tod simian (a vain  fho  deserted   ber  Infant  for  =oj grahlx-il from' my shoul-  cliudelnr scarf and lu a few  K'ps curried it to a lofty mina-  L,fcfVc she' put It "on and evidently  lierself"' Immensely.    Hut'"she  allowed  to  retain ��ber prize,  throe in in u ics at least 40 mon-  ' bit a piece'of-my precious  four native guide Informed me  fe; monkeys were very, fond of  and tbat they captured a great  011��: the ^stom''  "glials"  near  the  lIwhile their owners'  were bsitli-  tlic river.    Perhaps on the prin-,  lint "misery loves company" he  ffto   think   his   item   of   news  jjo console me;but although the  gyslilncs" continued as'long as  llppped in the tomplo-"compound."  ""linger found   them quite "so lur  Cliautauquan. .    '<,  a  When itcomes to healing- up old  running1 sores of long- standing there  is no remedy equal to Burdock Biood  Bitters.  Bathe the sore with the B.B.B.���  that relieves the local irritation.  Take the B.B.B. internally���that  clears the blood of all' impurities on  which sores thrive.  Miss D. Melissa Burke, Grindstone, Magdalen Islands, P.Q., says:  "It is with pleasure I speak in favor of  B.B.R. whicli cured me ot" a running sore  on my leg. I consulted three doctors and  they gf-ve me salve to put on, but it did no  good. Finally my leg became a solid  running sore. In fact for nearly a month  I could not put my foot to the floor., ,  , . "I was advised to use B.B.B. and did  so. Throe bottles healed up my leg entirely so that I have never been troubled  with it since."  -,,., Picture (printed in beautiful colors) may be seen in the  7_ll?���?^l^-i^_rmG-o_harits from the Atlantic to the Pacific  stores of leading- merchants ^  a*-��   A GUIDE'TO BUYERS WHO WAN I   A  ��eti-  fcUTTLEFlS'H. INK.  a v erase  'ii prdffi  lie ('ti<-'rtt:i,^tm��t  ly she tf_Miwfcil  llnr I_i<i.ii��l  Which  Thin Collins  An.nml  I'.Je.tM.  ���H^��^M^l��.va.'*itJt1--lcfisl��  ai'c  caught  In   great  AYS. ,   fflmtW&tomsi off   {h(i coruwall  coast  and  ;as a bait for the conger eel,  i this part of llio world is cel-  ' The  cuttlelisli  possesses   no  if^u'th. but bus n long, cylindrical  lv-.!ie^_M'##��fc#Wvilh which it ad 1ft.res 'irmly to  soon "��''t'''l|f��fiM?tul   The method of cnpluring tbe  -'   f��r a i^C^^g^te^ns   follows:  A   loiig/line   from  bo tlmt.^_K_%_f__farc suspended from 'JO0-to 300  baited with portions of pilchards  iSt the only bait tbe ctiitlclish will  s.lct down into the sea nnd alto stop there for about half an  H  It is  then" drawn  up; aud  the  ffish arc found baiigiug by means  i'eir suckers to tbe bait,  .be moment tbat they leave the wa-  ���Ilboy eject with considerable force  treat epiiiutityof deep, black, viscous  tice which is nbout Uie.consiston-  )f treacle, and tbe stain made by it  oil  the clothes of the fishermen  is  Fuianent If it happens to fall upon  or cumo!  ���ntin-. i'(  is of <v  ent cii-i,  It misii  ho ticr-b;-  candy tc:  lerks arc t  hut t.'jcrc;  thin; is ��'.  ��� du .IS tlh  f_<7 \r,ir."  i A. 'tits'iny  FOl.St*.  alimony 'hit  nl v l,r bfirj  il this >:A\  ������1-,-nl in :L<  ho AAA  ie clerks t.  h.inillb. tl  ���tail. Tho-v  l .is ucll  thu si,-iit  surioui.Ji:  he-y l;c-T ���  enjoy cat::  ten like (.��!  iift'oicuce t  ine wl.i'.esi  ���n liked &  niel, furs  any of Ej  men woci  ,\t tnic- r'J3  ���reswl fc  do ��"t Iii:  it ���-;-*! ;��'  .inly lie ��J  so tliKt-  a time. I'  OIlS v'llii,!''*!  icir lo'eit'  lis  A VALUABLE PKIZB.      '   ' ,  The Kingston-Smith Arms  company,  bave oi.oro'l   tbo  Winnipeg Industrial  Exhibition association ft  Parker ��� ham-  merless gem, valued afc   % 126.00,' to be  competed for at the trap shooting tournament, hold under  tbe  auspices of ihe  association   during'  fair week.,,    The  Hingston-Smith Arms   company   have  sagcested that tho competition for this  gun'take' place under  the  following  conditional but they   state in their letter that they aro open   to  Buggestion.  from   their   friends,    throughout   the  oountry, aud jvill bo glad to hear from  them on the subject:  "' Rules, Parker gun   competition,'   on  tbo grounds of the SVinnipeg Industrial  Exhibition   association;   July,   1900���  Professional experts and manufacturers'  agents barred.    Contest shall be at   75  blue rocks per man,, thrown  from   ma-  gautrap: rauid firing. Entry $2, whioh  includes p ice   of  birds.    Competition  open to all individuals and gun clubs in  Manitoba  North was fc  Territories-British Columbia and Ontario  east to Port  Arthur.    Competition is   open  to  all  individuals not members  of  gun clubs  and gun clubs'will bo   goverhed as follows:    Between May 15 and   July   21  inclusive the highest averages   of   any  fifteen regular club .-boots  will  decide  who are entitled to   take   part   in, the  final shoot for the Parker gun.' In olubs  that do not shoot at regular intervals  the highest averages of tho number  of  shoots held between said dates provided  the numeber  be not   less  than   eight  shall govern.    01nb3 of 40 members or  over entitled   to  8   highest-   averages;  clubs of 80 members or over entitled to  6 highest averages clubs of 20 members  or over entitled to 4 highest   averages;  clubs of 10 members or over entitled to  8 highest averages.  SUPPfJB BYLEAEOiG HEe^CHAHTS  EVERYWHERE. ASK FOR  STEELE BW6GS SEEDS  AKD SECURE  D TRUTH  V/hen buying most.articles ia commerce, their quality and value may be  ..certain by lamination,   but ,wlth   GARDEN,   FLOWER   a���  F-EI-D  ROOT SEEDS it requires a seasons growth to  p-cve their worth.   How necessary is it then for the planter to buy his  I,.. ,-,s froni tho most reliable sources Known.  ." VV--,. is the economy in buying untried or ������ bargain " seeds, for a possible  , ��������� v.a, , :- fir��t cost, with the added risks of losing your labor and crop ?     t.  The'S.eele, Brig^eed_Co. expend hundreds of^"^^  and t-rOVing" the growth and quality of all seeds incy sup_Ji.y,  the purchaser and planter may obtain the very , "      t,,  ,  ;*BSST S'EEDS THAT 'GROW...  ',   /  '      " If your merchant cannot supply you with Steele, Briggs Seeds, refn�� substitutes, and send your order direct to them. ���   ��� ,^���0<aD  Catalogue sent free for the asking.    Address ..  (__s-5=? ��� ."-^ n  *   1  i_^v&   ^l  jseoi  Ino  ,*i*i  A-'Uri  m  "-&H  Vf-��S&-_  had a conversation with one man  has several'times received a full  ;e in liis face.'and be assured me  beyond the smell, which is most  us, ho felt no inconvenience at  smarting or pain in bis eyes and  1 after effect's. o  ny of the liquid gets upon the  it rots them beyond repair iiu-  is washed off. immediately. An-  curious fact Is that this fluid  mt Injure cloth in the slightest  beyond making a permanent  One man told me that be had  i jersey for several years which  eeu squirted nil over nl different  by these cephalopods. but that  it for the cloth being stained it  is good as ever.  en this "ink" is ejected under wa-  [ hangs iu a sort of cloud and does  presul.���London Lender.  Free Bus- Am.  Y. $1.00 efc.  A Groat Rheumatic K.ruedy.  Mr. H. IS. West, Water St., Vancouver,  writes: "I had beeu'suffering fromavery  painful attack ot rheumatism in my  right shoulder, and could not attempt to  raise my arm, so great was the pain.  Griffiths' Menthol Liniment was applied,*  and in less than four hours the pain entirely left it, and I could use my arm  freelv.   It Is truly a wonderful remedy.  B��ee  Ih-  m  |V&%-S  nut e-vjw-i;  m  w  Ihi-iin"-3  ;��m  m  BroivnliiB  nm.   tlie   CooU.  Iiohort  r.rownlng a  man  was a  FS^ wlK-tbor ho was served by many  |||oMe or was the servant of olbcrs.  " '" ''Vi^'^S^Q'S^t'io oce'nsion  bis son  Barrett  ��� 'I .ii 11 '"��� jSiV^SBWS'VWSSS  ."JI, av ���^'T^Wi^W n |-'10in  bi ti neighboring house  y. tlut'=4*{'^pSllib!'- ll5s Pictures, and In tlie-tern  had  e  WlHllt'5  1  v  ir-  I  Tight l  '���'.     I  for tbP0��*  ,wn todflV  ftnttotbM x  and  (f,"f-POtaVy    absence    ef    the    artist   Mr  ;>(^BrQW.niiig was doing the  honors to a  'V'^rrVStimil   of 'fashionable   friends.     He  ' V*5^Wtt"'"ir"'"'*1|idiiig near the door wlieu an  >,v--Te'Uaannotuiced visitor made hor apiiear-  r'.'^'abtie,  and  of course  he  shook   hands  vl���^l"ylt"}' her,  greeting ber as  be did  the  j^fXotfier tirriviils.  'Cfw''<">h' I beg pardon!" she exclaimed.  0^:^gBut, please, sir, I'm the cool;. Mr.  ^'fe^Bltrott a shod me to come and see bis  ^ftc|nrcs.", '. ��� ,-'���7 ��� .'���.���; ������������".' : ;���  ^^.nd" I'm very glad; to sce;you." re-  Sied Mr. Browning, with re.ldy;courier. "Take inyarin and 1 will see  ~~ round."���New York Press.   '  Hotel BalMal.'P.Ti^up.^  Welslilx nml JJe-.-i.-inrfii.  Thr i.i.--A[.t'i-ie*!Ke>d hdiiM-kce-ixM* at times  beceiini's eoiiTuse-d over ilu- many ways in  whit-h n-i-iiics ti ru written. Smne ro.ipcs  may olinu"tn cups anel tonspoons in uieas-,  uiii'iu: eit'.u'is.siiy petiiuils nnd ounces and  ��i!!s and epnirts. Ile>r. are* sumo e>f (he  ciiuiviileiils: Oiie quart of wheat Hour is  eejual to one pound: it takes ono pound  iin'd ono ounce of soft butter to equal one  quart: a pound and an ounce of white  sugar als.i equal one qnar.t: iu Jiepiids  four tablespoeiiis equal one-half gill, and  four gills equal one pint. A wineglass  contains four teaspoonfnls, while a tea-  ���xnp contains T2 tablospoeuifvis.  Messrs. C. O. RICHARDS & CO.  Yarmouth, N.S  Gentlemen���Iu January last,- Francis  Leclaire. one of the men employed by  me working in tho lumber woods, bad  a tree fall on him, crushing him fearfully He was, when found, placed on  a sled and taken home Here grave fears  were entertaiuorl for his recovery, hi.  hips being badly bruised and his body  turned black from his ribs to his feet.  We used MINARD'S LINMIENT* on  him'freely to deaden the pain, and  with th. use of three bottles he wa��  completely cured and  able to return to  his work. ' ���      _,,������.-.-  SAUVER DUTiAL.  Elgin Road. L'sllet Co., Que.,  May 2.th, 1393.  _-_���__���__* *-  :\ti ii i * t it iv i'.  Stranger- ' .'no;!, men mug. sir  Or  run-all. the e-ii'.nnli sjie'edalist. and  1   have  tii've-r yet   taile-  I'l'Ctive seMise1 of smell.  Mr. <; rent nm mi - ICb'"  ing the unit(or with me.  St ranger-Si range  told me to come here at puce and cure  you  DolnsJon.  "A man sometimes thinks he's having his"own way when He" is really doing what bis wife-planned for him."  * "Yes." aus'.ve*n'il ihe n'lilel eyed philosopher: "inniiy a one thinks he's an  nr.Kti-riii when lie is tut'i-ory au auloma  rol, "-\Vo>hlimtf:ii S:ar "'-  There aro so many cough medicines In  the market that it is sometimes difflcuH  to tell which to buy; but if we had ��  cough, a' cold or any afflio.iou of tne  throat or lungs, wo would- try Bicklo s  Anti-Consumptive Syrup. I hose who  have used it think it is far ahead of an  other' preparations recommended for sucfi  ooinplaln-s.. The lit.lo folk3 like it as 1*  as pleasant as syrup^   Sfoiipy  Snveil.  Little Wife-I save-d S.",t)' toel.-iy.  Living   UusbJit'.d-Vou're   an   angel.  JlowV  Li'ttl. Wife���1 sf w a'porfoctly lovely  easy chair thnt I knew you'd like, and  t rlidn'l buv it. ���New Vork Weekly  Till? LIE IS NOT almoin dangerous class  of di-onlers than those whicli affecD tho  bro.-llun'g organs. Nullify this clanger  wuh Dr. Tliomas' Ei.loci.riu Oil���a pulmonic of acknowledged .flicaoy. It oures  lameness and sorencis when applied ex-  ternallv. as well ��s swelled neck and  crick in the back; and, n< an inward spo  cific, possesses most, substant.al cmnns te  public conlidenco.  ORCHARD AND GARDEN.  ,, Fine, .rich compost makes tbo,best fertilizer for flowers.  If mildew appe-nrs on thc rosebushes,  dtis't Ihe'in with sulphur.  More skill is required in the** markitin.  of fruit than with almost any oilier kind  of farm products.  Walnut, hickory, pecan and otbe-r nut  boa ring trees make excellent shade tree-s  along the roadsides and in the pastures.  OiV of the iu'st ways of prote.iin*; full  grown poach trees is to mulch lioavily under the trce?ns far out as tbe* branches  extend. ,  " .Peach trees growing near the house  Whore dishwater and wasli water are  tl-row-n out are long lived 'iinel free from  worms nud disease.  It is not the severe froe7.ing that injures the strawberry plants so much as  the repeated thawing and freezing. By  proper mulching in -,'ood season this injury may bo avoided.  MIIIARD'S LINIMENT LniDernii's Friend.  A  Doubt fnl  Coniplin-H-i-t.  "And how did you aud grandpa, get  alongV" iuquiretl the doting mamma of  lhe precocious child. ,9  "lie was pleasant as pie," replied the  cherub.  "As pleasant a.s pie?"  "Yes. in. ruma. Short ant3 Crusty."���  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  MINARD'S L11HENT is USfii Uy P-THftlM.  jy��Ss e*v&ntr nMU>.  x/s  aM ttfieAT^CcU  JtUffi dt6Jdhc4mA,  W.   N    U.   263  *&&&**  Manufactured  by THOS. IEE, IViunlpeg.  to  from i  jn  A Ounf  fit"11'  proven  25 cent'  time3  or'���!  itl".  L-dod  DlMcoyerciI  n  JVe.^v  Answer,  ie Prbfessor��� I' drive r. new couun-  --*,- a.m_iu" fo1' 5'bu.    Why is a mouse like a  filing      p  liniedBfl  j^  bronchi1'    %  t-18     $MmWhl2 Doctor���A now '���conundrum! That  g> lK.d  whiskers when   l'wns a boy.     A  ,-Arel i"1 I,    f^^a">"-,s"> Is'like a bav'stack because the  ���nipil t1"11 I     -^^t u "*at- 'I'-   New conundrum!   Ho, ho!  it ft'" ^   iA��4Mk!: ','..,,.���.  * ���".*��Q he  bo i  ties  ft" ' f" ,'^��llu'    Pfofessor-Tliat   IsiiH   the   an  jij-tliiii" I   t i^sVcr at all.   The points of ivRiMublntico  xti'on-- ������ A,/^^ these?: .Vou can't Iii id a iieeelle In a  S!iiid9ff rV,-."M^L-yK,:K>!'. anel you cn'ii't  line'  1  im  t, and  io cure a  tie  There Is uoth  Everybody I met  ��� Mi- Clreatmann-flierc must be some  mistake', 1 :1���� (,l]M' fnctotum, of the  board of health.  -New Vork Weekly.  There never was, and never will be n^hl-  &1%yh. -^. _^rs?^f ?mf  d, unadultorated  ndual. and. judicioua-uso. tboft,iUeg  when obtainable to- tr sour,^ ^---^ ^  stale,-a' remedy for ni  Byitsgr;  evstems  an)  led    into  cpnya'es-cnce.  a needle  people' we-nry   me  thoir  iifTi'etntion   of  erior l-iiowiedge.���Cblcngo Tribune.  ,'-^:'^?ap �� mouse. .Some  !.'-^.%il6XCeH'<liiig!y wilh ll  .''V^t-Bflllpet'ioi' knowledge.-  a i v.- V.A^A  i\i lA^A$jS^f li  Do|ieud_  '���-V''';i;ll*^,Don''    "'���"   b'vtv an   old  lion  ptiy  fashioned  ^'.V'^llfiowstorin. PauliiieV'V        ,'  is F^?'''JIS4''V(���s. if die inn ti who takes me out  nml  K-r-jT'-'S, a  ms n new fashioned sleigh."���Chicago  of Df- h"./^Vf  cents �� &^fc*-V_.  ^Record.  frength b^l the influence which Qmnmc exerts on nature's own restorative*-..It reheACS  the drooping spirits of thc*se with-wnom n  Chronic slate of morbid despondency and  Fack of interest in life is ii.disease, iind^bj.  IrrnouiliKinL' tie nerves, disposes to hoimci  ^Qrcfreslrtng aloep^iniiwrteJ^T^  Plenty e>f The in.  Customer-1 want to put my money  in cilt edged stoe-ks for investment.  Broker-Well, there nre piouty of  guilt edged stocks in the market���Now  A SMALLM->ILL. BUT rOWERFUL.-  They that judge of thc powers of a pill by.U.  size would consider Parmelees Vegetable  Pills to be lacking. It i= a little wonder  anionV pills. \VhiK it lacks in size it makes  un in potency. Thc lemcdies which it carries  are put up in these small doses because tliey  are so powerful that ouly small closes are  rconircd. The full .rrength of tho extracta  is-Jecuied in this form and do thoir work  thoroughly.   \ot Qnl.e Snres.  "So you consulted a fortune teller?"  "Yes/'  '���And elid she tell you what you wanted to knowV"  "I'm not just sure about that."  "Not sure?"  ' "No;   you  see.  slie  told  me  what *1  wanted to come true, but uot what did.  and I don't know just how I feel about.  it."��� Chicago Post.   ,  ASTHMA.  PEMMMTLY   CURED. ^  A Well-known Canadian Notary Public  Suftcreel for ��5 Years���rdrmanciitjy  Cured by Clarke's Kola Compound.  R D Pitt, Esq.,- Kamloops, writes: "I bad  suffered for at least 85 years froai' the great  oppressiveness of asthma .and" shortness, o.  breath.' 1 bad during these years consultce.  many physicians and tried all tlie remedies, until the doctor told mo I might get temporary relief but 1 would be always troubled. I tried Dr.  Kola Compound, and after taking the  fmm  &*'**��-a-i_a  MIKARD'S LINIMENT IH t_e fioiis..  thereby mni-uiB ��_���....vj " ������--;:--��� ; Ur0 i0  strengthening the frame and K ��� 8 J^,*  tho digestive organs, which n iti all^cix  ���maud increased substnncc-icsu!t, m no ul  iMmetito. Northrop <t Lyman, of 1^���'  have "ken to tho public their superior Quinine Wine at tlie usual rate, and, gauged by  tho opinion of ecienusls, th is w"��- ��P  preaches nearest perfection of anyjm. tlio  mnrket.   All druggists eel! it.  M voir 'as       uvow^ci^   wlmt  a  Sngtld-   rculedy must prove tq sufferers  blessing,  l'rfim asiluna.''  A free -wmple bottle will be sent, to anyper-  son troubled with asthma. Address the Griffith.  & Mac I herson Co., i Sl Church street, Toronto,  *nd Vancouver, 6. C 'sole Canadian agents.  S.ld by all druggists. When writiug for sample  ���mention this paper.  Clarke's Kola Compoimei is tbo only perm a-  j for asthma:! is now successfully used  ut the leaeiiiig* hospitals In England  Many -.Ike Hinn  "Yes," said the old gentleman, "he  is n wonderfully capable youug mau."  "And ye't you discharged Him?"  "True.'nml that was why I discharged bim too. He is so capable tbat be  insisted upon trying to do my work, to  the great neglect of his own. Either  he or I1 had to retire from the management of this coucern. ancl 1 thought I'd  bang on awhile longer."���^bicago Post.  Ask for Miliar.', anil tale ,no other.  NOT A NAUSEATING- ?ILL.-The  oxciplent of a pill is the Bubs'cmce whioh  enfolds the ingredients and mgikes up trie  pill mass. That of Parmalee's Vegetable  Pills is so compounded as to preserve  thoir moisture, and they can be carried  into any latitudo without impairing  their strength. Many pills, In order to  keep thorn from adhering nre rolled in  powdors, which prove nauseating to tlio  taste. Parmalee's Vegetable* fills are so  prepared that they are agrcefcbla to the  moat delicate.  THE   NATIONAL  LIFE  OF CANADA  Issues a Folio v New to Insurer*.  Tako One Out Now.  Nares, Robinson & Black, Managen  Peter Dickson, Agent for Alan.  andN. IV. X.   WINNIPEG, MAN.  HIGH GRADE PLOWS. SEEDING MAQHIMEIr  Carriages, Wagons,' Barrows, Wind mil U,  &_.    COCKSHUTT   PLOW   CO.,  Winniyg,  LUCAS, STEELE*:BRISTOL.  Importers of Groceries  Writ" DS. Hamilton, Ont.  Circle  leas  JL.S. & I*. Coff����_  LJB.v- B. Extract.  I,.S.& B. Splce-  JESsu  If we did but know how little some  en.joy (be gn\nt things that they possess, there "would not be so much envy  in the world.    -  Hats   were    first    manufactured   1b  Enzland by Spaniarels id 15,10.  lU  llments  o rJot  Pay Cash^  PAY SCRIP FOR  DOMINION   LANDS  AND SAVE DISCOUNT-  If you liave payment- le_a than $80 to  make at any Dominion Lauds Office send ua  the amount, les3 20 per cent., and we will  make the payment and return the Land  Office receipt to jou. Write for prices for  largo payments.  ALLOWAY & CHAMPION, Winnipeg  Catholic Prayer ^ookB-  Kosarl��_,  ,_,___. ��� Jru-lfixes, Scap  ulars, Religious Pictures. Statuary, and Churoi  Ornaments, Educational ^Vorks.^Iail orders r*  ccive prompt attention. D, & 1.8_-ll.r&-0.,��0HtTv*)  ���  All Dnirl'oB Arc Hiidt TImt  Way..  "llardacres tells some awful yarns."  '���Has he a now one?"  "Yes. I asked him why he built his  new dairy, facing east Guess what lie  said." ���'.������./: ';���'*. : -.' ������' ",''  "Can't imagine!" ������  '   "Said   he   wanted   the  yellow   rays  from the risiug sun to stream In and  give a yellow tint to the butter."���Chi-���  ca go News:  Cnllons.  Koporter���And be l;iiigbt*d while you  were tying the rope a boh t his neck?  He must liave bei'ii a barek'hed \vretell.  I.eader, of "'Uegulntors -.nardeued'V  Say.'whim we cut bim down, after letting him bang half an lioiir. be said U  baiin'i beeu oven uncoiiifortnble. He'd  been wearing these high collars for ten  ���years.���Chicago'.Tribune.  Women are coming  to  understand  thuttheBtifkachos,  Headaches,* Tired  y. Feelings and Weak  the  -^* j y, Tho poisons that  \-\^)^ty,\ ought to be carried  ' ^ j ^ i\ off are sent back  into the blood, taking with them a multitude of pains and aches.  UflAfiFS '-"Kidney-- PHIs  drive awaypairis and aches, make womea  healthy and happy��� able to enjoy life.  Mrs. CM, Gillespie, 204 Britain Street,,  St..John, N.B., says: , ' . . .' .' ,  ��� ��� '' Some time ago I had a yiolent attack  of Lri Grippe. IVom this, severe kidney  trouble arose, for, which I doctored with  a number of the ��� host ��� physicians m _bt.  John, but received little relief. Hearing  Doan's Kidney Pills. highly .-spoken of, 1  began thoir use and iu a short time found  them to be a perfect etna. Before taking  those pills I Buffered such torture that I  .ouli". not turn over in bed without assistance. Doan's Kidney Pills havo rescued  aie. from this terriblo condition, .and have  removed every pain and ache  TREACHERY  A persistent cold in the head 13 at first a  friend, for it gives warning of the approach  of a deadly enemy. Heed the warning: before it is too late, and use  NDIAN  CATARRH  CURE.  Ontarrh  of   Hond   anel   Throat-    The  head and throat become ellseased from neg-  leoteel cold, causing catarrh ^vhen the condition of the blood predisposes to thls  disease. . .    ���  Ct-tarrli of tlio Stomach. This Condition may result from several causes, bnt  tho UBUal cause is Cutnrrh, the mucus  dropping down into the throat, and being;  swallowed.  Catarrh of Bronohlt.1 Tub-it. Thl_  coudition often results from Catarrh extending from the head to throat. If left  unchee-ked it extends down the windpipe  into bronchial tubes, and, In time attacks  the lungs. ...  INDIAN CATARRH CtJRH positively  and permanently cures every form of this  disgusting disease. It is safe and effectual.  Contains no poisonous opiates. Solei everywhere. ,''.'''������  '  Ask your dealer for it or send direct, to  The  INDIAN   CATAKKH   CUKE  CO.,  V_6 St. James St., Montreal.  John His_.op.S- Co., Proprietors.  Write for sample box.   Price, 50o per box.  6 boxes for $2.50, post paid.    ,   ,   ���  Seo that JOHN HISLOP is on every package.    Large  sample , box" 10c,  prepaid,  enough to prove wnat the remedy can do.  Send for it.  nent cure for asthmaji is now successfully used  throughout f "  and Canada.  J. D. O'BRIEN.  BROKER   IN  Q-rain, Provisions a��d Stocks  Privao Wire Connection whU ��'l ^aallnf  Mai kets. Grain and Securities Bought Sold.and  Carried un Marg ns. C -i r-spoiidenoe bollclted.  Private Cypher Codo JPuruisflesd upon Appuca-  tlon.  148 Princess St., Winnipeg, Man.  1,". O. DRAW-SB U��07.  ���I!      ���  Work while yon sleep without a gripe  or pain, ouring Dyspepsia, Sick Headache  and Constipation and make you feel bettor  In th�� morning, Price 25c.  m  m  A  &���]  'H  m  i 71*  ���AJ'i  \'ni  ��� ', f.  ! ;:,|'It  .,   ill  n  !  ��� %\  I  1 "--f  -  'I  "ft  vi  s_  1  "^p  ' ^ I  ��� n  ��� i  y* f"!  '���" A\  7' s'  ' fv  m  A< I  ���-Al  *<A  ��� VA-,\  .He. I  'M  A  n\  '-- *v ii  * '.?V|  7J'-.  ;"- -i  l"' "3  .!�����  ,i-';,; u  J 5'  IV  ���J  *���*  ���_.".aii^&Bj_;  ,r.?*i*f.J?&i  prssrc.t  j;-i_.-^^^-__^^^cr^2>--��w-����a��ai  5,.  "A  we/<  lu ft.  .'m  a w  "I  too,'  did-  ,.r  If    '  on  wo-  rea  get  pa j  my  pro'  t   ���'  _io  i  lV.  rr'  be  fo  V  w  tl.  n<"  ll'  tc  \\  o'  Ic   ,  e  o   '  P  1'-  I,    V*  I  I   * ,w  (Ai\ i      v,'7 '  '"��� .    'i  ���ttkf-..tf  liill liiiili Ll_I_jj_.iL  3'ublii-hed in the intoresl of lhe people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  ^!C:s_*bJi-d^*J��^t^vW��^ _  ���JOSKI'tl Ni-Ii^i-ltS.'ADT,  Vroy.  Mi f�� VI C B? $ �� Pf |t U ��     MWlO ?W^\      c.iuut ai o vn:.  kfell   1 I ._     -     ^flUl     trf IT O  F   I /^n7jM\ No.   .����.,.   '  ll   iOTj?4^fl'l   I   McctB on the first am  ' V,   i^viW^i /third ThiiLMhiy of cnv.1  \k^y--^i^/ moiilli.   ViMtinff breih  *ef^  I". J. SMYTH vV CO..  I'ubll-Jirrs."  Lager beer sold   by (ho   Keg eu-  do.en  bottles.  <r  " If' f  ?    ".. I  '/  i:.\t_*s or MTr.'ionirTio.v.  One Year ,..?2.00  SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.  Bottled Beer-  ill Stock. '..  ���ts.v.. A'Si-V    ron invited to attend.  F. J. SMV.H, C. R.       LE\V__ THOMSON. I".  ���,' ���,  ,' i  W. .!. Bryan, though a private  citizen, i-: (he most p.om'n.nl man  in 'IheUuiled Slates tod-ay.    '  "No young man ha. ever looked into  a girl's laughing eyes but what bo-  r.ves in wiflcss telegraphy, bay^. iiu'e'x-  cliuncre.  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  ��_wii_E=___c_irc-3cr-_)  GO   TO   THE  IMS  ill  Wi  fp  ft;  4'   '  I  One paper lias been run   us' "Christ  would liave run it." - Tlio next  thing  'wc will   hear  of  will   be   some  crank  running a paper "as tbe ehcrifl" would  run it."  \u    yiUiili  i    *���  2s:o>-o-��_hs_  Moyie   Miners'   Union  3_���"G>_ ,yi_  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members- arc  cordially invited to atlcnci.'  D. J. Elm hi,, ���  "W. K. Hocking,  Pres. Cor. Sc-c'y  | J.  B. COSTIGAN, a. 0.  Wholesale   and  Retail Butchers.  SHOPS    AT  'Fernie - Fort Steele  Cranbrook Moyie, Wardner  iti  Fi ~Ai��ii  Wi&$$'  Ef,f f _��r%.  , oinci:': "Hank of Commerce Blilg.  ; ft  The young  men   of  Cranbrook  evidently play the  loiierie,.   toMjuilc  air  extent.    Why scarcely a   week  paasc. <  Init what we  hear  of  some of 'them  ''winning a liome."  For your outfit.    The largest: stock in  East Kootenav.  ! CRANBROOK,  B. 0.  B.EID & CO..  LEWIS THOMSON,  Notakv .Pi-hjuo, Accountant.    CO-I-JTSSroN ", A Nn  '   , Jxsl'JiAnck Agent.  CKANju.ooxlB.o.jx^oyi8, '   B. C.  [-If  , ". 1^  11  'f  i-'A.  1 '���'    !  *   ,   .1   <.  Every  resident of Moyie  who has  the welfare of his  town  at, heart   will  clear the iiHh and   rubbish  Irom   his  premises without being  compelled   to  ,do ho by the health inspector  Moyie is becoming recognized as  one of tlie best show to\v;ns in East  Kootenay, and many of the best  troupes on the road have it on  their calling list.  "'m,!"^T--"V m  m i -i��-_iift4��wMgc_.  [ ;,..  'At '���  :. rf  :'i  ������'i  '  il  J  !  .'  -. ;*  u  j '���  1.'*  J  it*'  i"t'  I ���*,'  ���������"���"  1 v  ! -������  j  j  '_r  With General Joubert dead and  General'Crouje'a prisoner, tlie Boers  are losing their soldiers rapidly and  and will soon be without leaders of  skill and ability. Their end- seems  near.  !')  rll ...  i.,' a,'  r:i  'i'i  Ne.W'Denvor Ledge : The SlocanJ is  in need'of a coroner. When npt hold-  , ing inquests on the victims of mining  accidents, he might try to find how  ���some of the J.lcc.i-.'s citizen', keep on  their feet when thoy are dead to Lhe  world.. ' '       ,  S. J. WHITOQMB  House painter, grainec.  glazier' and papcrliaiigc-r.  All, work on ;'perfect surface guranteed. Prices according to .quality and  stock required   '  Moyie, B, 0.  ____���_��___._-__��� r  ,   '     LAUNDRY,  Good  washing.    I\To  chemicals  'used.  Prices heap cheap. ' Near Moyie hotel.  W; F. GURD,  BARRISTJ.1:, SOLICITOR, ETC.  CEANBJROOK,  ���B. C.  McVittie & Hutchison,  Eire and Life assurance. ,Min-  Brokers, Land Surveyers aud  Conveyancer?,, and. Notaries  Public. '   ��� ;  1    '  I-eavo Orders at  I.eaeter   Oiflc., jIIOYIE.  ;S��_;SS_.^__��_-.  MERCHANT TAILOR,  OBAISTBROOK.  I-opniring Neatly  and  Promptly   Ex-  >   ecu ted.    Special Attention, Given  to Mail Orders.  Suits   Made   to Order.  This week we received a very  choice assortment of Men's,  Neckwear. They're in the  very latest shades and ;pat-  terns/and in style you_have  your choice of Knots,  Four in  0 Hands, Bows, etc. You will  miss seeing the prettiest, line  \ of neckwear in the city if you  miss seeing; oursjand then remember our prices are always right,      ������'"''  J?7  ST  CANADIAN-  Zrt>    ft.'  ���v'i  The mine owner*-; and minors of the  ������Nelson district'Iin;vc rofichcd an anii-  cablc settlement of tho labor difiiculty  and the principal mines in that n_2srh'-  borliooel have resumed active opcr-  ntion.. Tlie following A the scale:  Machine men per ilny '53.50 to $4  haim .ermon $3.25, and muckers, ear-  men'and shovellers' $3. with' a uniform deduction of Ijil a day   for   board.  ' BAIL WAY  AND 800���PACIFIC LINE.  EAST and WETS  To all points.    Gives ,the only  direrf  ! service from the  KOOTMAY * ' OOUFTEY  Through first class sleeper daily  to ii nd from Kootenay Landing. Tourist cars pass Medicine Ilat daily foi  St. Paul, Fridays for Montreal and  Boston, Sundays and Wednesday? foi  Torontf);  DAILY    TRAIN.  __-i  ess    Si?us a  t?iuniLiLur9  A, ,^'>"i a v^^mfLi?  UllUG   AND  STATIONERY STOKE. ���  Patent,  medicines, .toilet       ,,.,  articles, office  stationery  and^school  supplies. ...  Lending Ltokajiy : Tf you want a book  a.k for it and it will  be  procured  for  you without delay.  IT PA.S TO _-_-A__ AV1TJ3  HOPS & BBATTIE,  Clicnti--. antl Drupgists,  MOYIE.  B.  C      -  SAW AND, PLANING MILL  kiiAi-M.-  Il_ ^���.'i*��_-_-_-i  __ _fj�� ��� iMcnnan  AT G. II. WINER'S  NELSON,  B. C  s. r�� K s I wa IIH r" ��� \ I ! IM ��=  iitimJWiiUL y B U_lC  All Kinds of Rough and.  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doorsfaiid Shingles. . . j  MOYTB,    Ii,  Ci  "on, vnw.vp"appi.t on 'writk  a.R. MX7IR, l%r  Ml"  ,-,,.    ���!!���_-  ���';.������' *���! i.  ' - U:'  ,   , , ��� BA��?T '     WEST  Aothf-'on D- R md. president   of  the ! 12 :0I lvc . .   . MOYIE lve. 10 ");.  *t  r   i,  VH s i  Band l._il_ coompany, ia dead, Mr. |  Band'. nai_.e will always be connected  with the development of rock drilling  and air compressing machinery. He  vViis one of the first to recognize 'the  possibilities of theee devices, and  many of the improvements that have  b' or? made in them are due to his  j.ivan.ive skill and energy.  .'?*  ��� i w  i  A new,p'iper the, the "prill," r/ill  '.m!_e its apperaiice in SWcdii Oiiy  "���hor.iy. E. T. Lowery; Of trie" New  Denver Ledge, i.. backing the entcr-  priss. This makes tho fifth paper  Lowery has started ia llio Slocan.  namely, the the Claim, the Prospector,  :he Ledge,, the P-.'.^'streak r.nd Drill.  Lowery. like other good men, is hicrd '  to "keep down. His papers hare  never been iaided by the sheriff.  Connection tri-weekly at Macleod  for Calgary and Edmonton, and dailv  at Medicine Hat for all points East.  Connection daily at Kootenav Landing for all points in West Kootenav,  Slocan and Boundary districts, and  for Pacific coast and main line noints  Via P.evelstoke.  THROUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  . BAGGAGE CHECKED;TO  '    DESTINATION.  CSdap "Rat,.,, to tLe Old Country.  A_r_y ^^Ectcs Maps, Time Cards, Tickets p _d  ?'"ii"I T-formation io NoaroRt Locf.l  A*ge:it, or  i; M. Wansfleld, Agent, Moyie.  ^.rj/iSDEKSOS, E. J. COYLE,   '  T. P. A. Ncleo.,        a.G. IJ. A., Vauccvcr  }ort Steele Mercantile  COMPANY. Cumixed.)  }    "C-Ce-U.i^.te _y_;^ir>ga<r��t-'-j  *^*' l*J*J^ lLtU^_tt_l_?*^TP��B^��  ei  KE  Wo carry complete lines oi  Men's Furnish:  ings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  Lienors, . .  Mail Orders Given Promot Attention,  You 'will find  a  full lino of  general   hardware,  including  Stoves - Tinware,  Agateware,   Oils,  u    Paints, Glassware  A Call Solicited.  TIXSHOP IAS CO_*7Nl_CTZON.  Moyie, B..:0.  w,arivir.*^^x^f^mxt^Mfr,-j^vfZ*^        a  THE WM. 'UAWlhTQWKAWJWAGTVmiSGW  ' ' (LIMITED.)  PETERBOROUGH, ONT.,  KWM-JCJffFTHMUJi 11���I'aj.  Cranbrook,   ���   Port Stof-.c  ae*r*m*guML>*,teM&iM2*s*tAviunm  *TJ+Ji\i\,>*jj- j-rtw^g'-ag  IVIou'e should, ,<nd no doubt will,  celebrate H'-r M.ije_ly'_ birthday. May  SJlli. ]f at tlie iiublic meeting ne.vl  Monday evciiin^ it is decided to cole-  brate, uo lime c'heuhl be lost in perfecting plans for thV.t purpose. If  push aud energy will make a celebration a success, then llio 2-ith of May  will be done justice, for the residents  and business men of Moyie have an  unlimited supply of both.  !_,-CC!al   .'ilven-  HOY/E. is. Us  S.a...���._;   capacity 150.  tion given theatrical companies.    For  rates nnd particular, apply to  G. T. McGregor.  UK ION BARBER SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS.  I V  T. B. OOTililXS, _>ro��,  ���* ��i_)��-. j��< f c*wioii*i.*i!  MOYIE. 13. C.  ������- ,   ^mi.mn.1 �����  nijJlious <iiveii Away. '  Jt is certainly gratifying to the  pnblic to know know of one concern  which is not, afraid ' to be 'generous.  The proprietors of 'Dr. King'---.' -Mow  Pi.-covery: for Consumption, Coughs  and (Jokis, have given��� nway A>vor '.ten  iiiilfioii irini liottle. antUmye thel.satia-  f.iclion of lenowing it .Has cured thousand? oi' hopless cases; Astmn:.,' Bron-  tlntis, La Grippe and all throat, Chest  n  id Lung- disc  ���a.c.a ?rc Surely curst!  j I. Call en Hop. /"-, Pea tt.o; iJiV.^Uii I  ���md get. ii free trial bottle.' P.cg\fia. f  ;-y.r .7)c and $1.(40.   JV-ery bottle g'liar-.  ���ml, i |  Prices Give  and: Orders"  Taaen on  ������Everything''.;  in the Printing  X*me Bit the '���' .  fl if If3' il fi sx3  *Ji I IbL.  PATRONIZE   '  WHITE LABOR  J3y Sending Your Work To tlie  JEWELRY.  Official Watch Repairer for   C. P. R  C--A_j_mo'oi-, B, C.  ��w ��A<_->Tw��.e<-M��a^0M>'O4r^_'7t��MFm  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  R, A. SMITH,      Moyie.  K13XT D00JI _'0 JSLACKSM1T1I SHOP.  n  w  .'0'  ' ���  \   BREWEBY..  IX       KEGg!  AND  BOTTLES.     '  AND PORTER , .  .  Orders Promttja' attendi-d to;  R. Riftsterer arid Co., Props  NELSON, B. C  /  0  PHILIP CONRAD, Pkop.  I'ltlCJC-   JtJOAKONAJJLK  GOOD WORK.  W__an-rc��KTr_-Uff��nj3��e��WK5r  Christmas    is, coming.    'Get,  yout-'pictures   tfiken   to  send  home.    PliEST,   the  pholo-  grapber, will, visit Moyie   on  '.each.   .Saturday.     Flashlight  pictures taken at   the   Moyie  or at   your   room   or  house.  Leave  your  orders ��� at  once!  ..-    ��� . X"'o time to delay.  '���v.    Prest &.;Go.j-'' .������  ,    ,, ���,.'.������ Photographers,  Ci-airtn-.ol-,'.    Moyie,     Jb'ort Socle.  jVIINERAL   AC'J1    1800.  Cl'OIlM   V.)  Certificate of I-uphove.ients.  NOTICK.  ^ Tin; __.ii_l.l-, Jame-,011' Ti-ade dollar, Luke  Vinv, Ujiltiiiioi-f. Jindc Fniutioii, Kl. John  V radio ii, General IJiillcr Frnetioii nud .��� Hull-  ���to-Pay Fraction Minurnl CJainis, ��� situate in  tlie J.V.��i-t Steele Mining .'OiviKiou of J.ust  Kaoteuay'-pistrict-,'- ''���������',  Wliei-eloealeil:---Oa' tlio. East' side of Moyie  T>al;o. '���.������<        ���-.'>'' '    V   ���'  Tulcc notice tlii!.t, I, Jaihcs A. '-Hnrvc-y, nBont  for'tljc. St.. ,Eugciic,0,Hisolidatcfl Milting Com''  pany I.iniited, Frw Miner's cort.ificati.-. No.  ,"Ii:?H'j:.{,,.,:iiitein.l Kixty days from tlie. d'n to''hereof  to nj.i.ly to UieMiubisUocord-r for a..o.rUJl-  citc of iiriprovemcnts for tlio ].m:pose of obtnin-  inj? a Crown Cinnit of Mie'abovo idaiiii.  And further ta'Jcu notice that action, under  Kcciion 37, jiiust be commenced Jiol'ore tlio'ls-  ,'aui.in:e of Mich eorilJiciito of'jmprovoiniMit.s.  J. A. irAUVKY,  hutwl tills, 12tli day of February, A. 1). WOO.  FOR FINE  i  itkMm  $&&  i?A'A^W  Pr?v%|  \ \iA%$  r��� '���iK*.*.  i: ..���'%���?.  " ���'-?!*" .3  . -A  rvHsf*j  ADDRESS  NELSON.  MSI*  f- __j _i  SUBSCRIBE   FOR   THE  LEADEB  2D  o  Oq  SJ  o  ���tfl  WITH  Q+tH+t  5      CO  75  h    m  *    .2  <Ti  CXJ' ��  3a  3w   H  exi  r^   O  3C  3W   /-  r��i  !' -" "^i  J-*. 4%' -  U'f   %ll��r  'T-1'. ���5;'S��  ^'-^  r*'-";-f-'  i'Ki  ri**-^?'


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