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The Moyie City Leader Apr 23, 1898

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Array tf&'"'''*  ii  I *  yg'**/.  > IP^ ?T%  l\'0T..l,NO.2  MOYIE CITY; B/ 0., APEII, 23, 1898.  ^  g?2 A YEAR,  |fLN IBEAL TOWNSITEjJPbr Bissinesstand ��  Pleasure; as ^Residential Locality 4  ���Unequalled.  Situated on Moyie Lake. Excellent Fishing, Boating, Bathing  and   Shooting.  . .  Oi  ^BACKED!) BY4P4Y ROLLSp^*'  I.  .itnrrmQ  .UgGliCf,-  Mines all within an hour's walk. vJood water  supply. Exceptional drainage facilities. Has  tlie best prospects. - ��  mid vl-  m  k The Busiest and Most Talked of Tdwnlin M  tii  ��� EAST KOOTENAY:.  -o-  V^r-g-*:  '.ga?.Sp>S33�� -.ia Lri�� gas-~rr��-vn  \^> ��*.������"��!��.���***�����.��� >��.���>*��� "*�����.��� ^aw  g: c^mprell,;Moyie city, b. c.,. $  s--r����^ST��-��2r*C*.>-<=*;r*ra*-^��-��r*-e^-2=3>-s2>:*'a". -������*��-**��--������  .������"��W*-W �����*��.- '��*.��� -Ha,-*��%.���-��)*.��� *-**,->a1..*��tu--Msi..>5u.- *^****��.��� >��,���  ,*?  WAR- SBfiKS I1MBLE  .0  Both Sides Arc; *i#aiing  Preparations.  !t  BOATS FOB THE HOfIE LAKE.  Another Meat Market Coming.���-Tho New  Sawmill.-Other Items of interest 'Picked Up.  (.1  1  $V    Headquarters for Commencia! and Mining Men.  The House is Kciuiinie-l in . Fir-t Ola1--. Style  J Throughout- I.urt;o ��!ul t'-iDii-.o-iio;.'- P'tiim-  ��� ���' lioom. Kfsr Nriuiil*. of W.';l's, Li.;uo.-s au.l  j     C.h-.ar.1' ia:ii lio Iind ut ihe Bs-.i   ,  I  ,  QUKKX   AVK.Vl.'K.  '��� ,'^S��.-V��i,>e^* <*.���***.���  MOYIJi  CITY, B. 0.  .���m 'A  ,Q.  ake: snore Aaaitio  OP  3Sk/COTE"IE3 OITY.  ..<)���  mjtdeal Townsite" Most Picturesquely and De-  * lightlully Situated.  Thr? rzitiKP Rrpiir'H'Aipni  ,a  i n ��� ^ ��s Q i   M OFlf M y P w   ��������� -���^ss^r  packed by payrolls of the St. Eugene, Moyie and  Lake Shore mines.  A'\>t Further Information Apply  to  .LAKE SHORE ADDITON TOWNSITE CO,  War SeeuiH Inevitable.  Acccording to the latest reports  botii the United States and Spain are  actively engaged in making preparations for war, which now seems inevitable. The navy department ��� has recently purchased the Venevuela from  the North Star line and is negotiating  for the Paris} and New York, an American company's liners.  The president, by hio message  seems to be becoming more 'anxious  to interfere in Cuba's behalf; and'asks  congress ta empower hi:n. to take  measures to secure a full 'termination  of hostilities between the government  of Spain and the people of Cuba.  General Lee believea the Maine was  blown up from the outside, and that  the work was not done by a private,  individual.' He thinks it was done  under the direction of General Weyler.  The United States., troops are being  concentrated at Chickamouga. It is  under.-if.ood that General "\Vc3Tler has  been called to Madrid to take '.;om-  manu. The Snarfish consul is ore-  paring to leaye Washington.  ��� A majoritycof tlre'house committed  at Washington agreed to the following  joint resolutions:  Resolved. That the president is  Iv.-roby authorized and directed In intervene at once -o stop war in Cuba  v.ith '.ho purpose of .*.-jci;riiig permanent peace and order there, and thus  establishing by tree action ot the purple a -.table' and independent  government of their own in the  island of, Cuba.,. And the president,  ia hereby authorized and empowered  to use tlie land and navel forces of the  United Staiui: to execute the purpose  of the resolution.  Tlie above resolution, passed ,the  house by a vote of 32-t to 20.  Later.���A telegram received at  .Fort Steele yesterday states that the  United States has given Spain 24  hours to come to its terms. If Spain  refuses, war will stand declared.  lUl'N  '��� S1NEE  3     y4j*/  '* t  MINERS' OUTFITTING."A SPECIALTY.  ��  ries.  -PROPRIETORS - OF-  Tho Only Up-to-Dato Ho3tlery in East Kootenay.  MO'^rXIHS   CITY,'  zoiE^.x'ae'x^DEa: goixIjmbia..  r-.Wffiwrwtiw-w-w*"^'-'���  ���^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^'^^999^^3^^^  '-vjii *^sr nf^i. "�����r'*'"-a,"^a-<i       .        *   <-' iT'%\?& �� w Ai 4 ���  110 llB ;>c .MUlAaJ^. ���  a. CAMJ.-f;tt.L.-Ls.l.'yvprietoy.  This Hotel is Mew and'weil Furnished. The  Tables are Supplied with the Best ;tho  Market: affords; The Bar is Filled with  the Best '[Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  *S3ss^*a33iS.-^ja3-,s��-e6����i*e�����-':����� r-se-asfc se-s'ee-s*!::��-s-e f-^s-w^s  ���o-  HEADQUARTERS   FOR CO.-WfA^KCXAi  AND MINIKG MEW.,  f  /:'t  r.y  ��>  ���'Is  f i  <������"!  %\  ���t\ >  IJotit-s for the Lake.  As tho lake is now clear of ice  tho people of Moyie City are docking  anxiously ahead to the boating season,  and according to present indications  there \vill be quite a number of different kinds of boatd launched within  thu next few weeks.  The Echo, the largest boat, on the  lake, which was build under the direction of Capt. L. 13. Sanborii and now  owned by G, Campbell, A. T. Clark  and Chas. Theis, has bee :i lowered  and is now almost ready to siide into  the water. The people are looking  ahead to the launehiilg with considerable interest, and it is uuderstco-d  ^that tho-champagne for that purpose  has already been ordered.  W. S. Cranson, chief C. P. Ii. engineer for this division,,has been putting  iu "his spare'time building a pleasure'  yacht for���'him&elf. ' It is 16 feet in  length and six and one-half feet in  width and will comfortably seal 10  passengers. The bull iss built entirely of narrow cedar strips nailed: together. The workmanship looks like  thai of a professional shipbuilder, but.  Mr. Cranson assured the reporter that  it was iiis lirst attempt at that kind of  work. The boat's name will be Dulci-  bella.       ��� , ���     .   '      \  There are also a number of smaller  boats being made ready for''use, and  tbe people 'will soon be able to t't/.ke  advantage of the excellent boating  and fishing which is to be had on the  Moyie lake.  If the people of 'Moyio City intend  celebrating the Queen's birthday h, is  time -that they' vonimouots making  l>i-"p:i'-iiii-.uts, a--'��� one   nrunlh   from   t.r-  Kust Kootenay Hotel.,  , J.'M. McMahon. ot the firm of McMahon Bros, of'pis place, left Thursday morning for Neison to make ar-  raDjrenients for having, the furniture  and other goods for the new East  Kootenay, hotel shipped in; They  will be shipped in via. Jennings,  Mont., and then brought up on the  boat to Fore Steele, and from there to  this place by'wagon.       ,; ���  The new hotel is receiving the uin-  ifhir:g touches. The bar, countcr'ft'nd  wain'-coting are finished in natural  color and the wood used' is tho finest  quality of tamarack. ' The latest 'designs of wall'paper and borders'that  could be obtained nave been used on  Ihe different rooms, Iii fact no ex-  pou--; ha.--been c:parc-d to make .it a  model of perfection both insido, and  otiturde. McMahon Bros, aie'to be  commended for the enterprise they  have displayed in giving Moyie City  so creditable a building.  Another Moat, Aliii-lcet.  The fresh meat famine which has  been experienced here for so long now  ���promises to be soon broken, as according to all acounts two meat markets  will soon be established here. , Last  week the Leader made mention of  Messrs. Goldberg & Conrad starting a  shoo, and this week Alex Smith and  Wm, Gray were here looking over the  field for the same purpose. Tho main  difficulty seems to be in getting the  meat, which is apparently very scarce  iu the Kqotenays.  Messrs. Smith and Gray have gone  to i-'ouuers Ferry, Idaho, to secure  their beef cattle. .? possible, which  th<jy will drive here and slaughter.  They will build a ��� shop and open up  business as soon as they return.  One Wtiy to Get Kich,  The following is a copy of a time  check whioh recently found its way  into the hands of a Moyie City merchant c  ������Tina I.-, io certify thai bearer, W.  MuUoe. has worker un .giade seven  daysAat'the rate of,ifl.7o'per day.  By 7 days labor., . ;.: . .. .-.$12.25  To board. .... ...........$7.38  Medical fees for March....     .50   ;���  Mail. -i. .. .a. :..........     .25   .   .  Store account.. .    1.20  Medical fees for  April      .50  Expenses. .,........: 1.00  Total', v.. a.....'.'... .........   10.S3  By   balance ....;..    1.12.  Discount for cash.............      .17  Amouut due bearer........   .,     1,25  '.. it will be seen by the foregoing  table that after paying, board, medical  fees, mail, and a store bill to; the  amount of $1.20, the man had the  magnificent .'sum. oi $1.25 net. profit  left for his week's labor." At"this rate, j  providing ho is a man of good habits :  Mid loses no time, in one year he  would have a total-, of $05 laid up.  By lh?,t units lie would iioed a liuw  suit of clothes, shoes, hat, etc., winch  won lit possibiy leave lain as much  as     it    dollar   and- six   bits     for   iris  Tlio >'6iv Savf-mill.  The foundation for the new sawmill  near town has been laid and a good  portion of the machinery has been  put in place. The frame and sides  will coon be"7ereetedc, and the boiler  ahd engine placed in position. The  machinery was not as badly damaged  by the recent Tiro as was first suppose, aud the parts which wore destroyed have been sent for and will be  here b'y the time the building will be  ready. Tbe mill will be 76 feet long  and 45 feet wide, and will'have a capacity of 15,000 feet of lumber per day.  It has a planer in connection, and a  shingle mill will bo ordeied as soon  as business will justify , it. Tho mill  is owned by Park, Mitchell & Co., and  G. R. Muir is acting as manager.  iJoats, Ace Su-,v  'iiuanirsj-.'  The steamer J. D.' Farrell- left Jennings 'Monday, for hor initial trip up  the Kootenay river for Wardner, Fort  Steele and other points on that river,  and the steamer !North Star made her  departure, the following 'day. Both  were heavily laden with freight, and  their departure was witnessed by a  large concourse of citizens. Large  quantities of freight have been awaiting  the boatf; departure for many weeks,  as well as a number o? passengers. ',  Latkii.���Both boats are stuck on a  sand bar about 30 miles, below Wardner, and will probably not reach Fort  Steele for a week or 10 days.  A Kecortl.  Sir T. J. Liplon'n grocery and general provision business, of world wide  reputation, has been converted into a  limited liability company with a capital of $10,000,000. The rush for  shares was unprecedeuteil, $200,000,-  000 being subscribed in one day. This,  we believe, constitutes a recoicl \n  company promotion.  An Kx;il:iiKitiou.  The Lkadki: appi.ars this week hall  uj regular si/.o, which is caused !>y  the-iailure oi tne "ready print" to^ .arrive oil time.  LOCAL BRIEFS. ���  .morrow  ,' u i.  !,  li'  till It  ah;  tia  5 or TV,  !ii'.rrisii r.r.T.i -Tiii.A  \V '  dhviild La- obscivn.- by the people oi  U>..������:. phuA' iu aoiiH* appropriate manner.  I y*:';;-  ' hit-.  i d.w-  .i;-,vart <t L-ainard arc first eia;.*.;  ;.;'si..i:tti.s and aro prepiuon lo h;tn-  ull kinds of M'orlc in  their line.  Sargeant Clopp made his regular  trip to Goat iiiver this week.  Mies Kershaw returned to hen- home'  in Fort Steele last Monday.  ��� A. T, Clark was.in Fort Steele on  business tire fure part of the   week.  Mrs. Gowdy. Miss JSichols and Miss  Josie Gowdy left tor Vancouver yesterday.  F. A. Tutcher, who was until recently employed on tho East.Koutc.uay  hoiel, left la-it Monday ior Fort Steele.  . Mr. and Mrs. iUe-ggs. who -have bee-u  ci'iiductiug a. lau-aury ut tins piaco tor  some time, departed last Thursday ior  Uonners Ferry,  White working on the new sawmill  near town, n-st Jionclay morning Win.  Sherifi', one of tlie carpenters.- slipped  una fell, dislocHim;' his shouhbr. lie  left this morn'.i'.g for the .-.'-t. Eugene  ���nr.ssi'-'ti ior ini-ii.'ical attendauci.  S. A. HcOit has-a i't-uspi.-cinig party  i:i the.lieiu and will soon go   ituo   the  hills himself for that purpose. He is  of tho opinion that there io yet plenty  open territory surrounding Moyie City.  Chief Engineer McLcod arrived here  yesterday on a tou'r  of. inspection   of  tho road.    Ho   was   accompanied   to"  to the head of the lake- this  morning  by Contractor James Clandenhing.  A handsome bar for the new Moyie  hotel is being built by W. T.1 Jameson  and A. 3\ Lachapelle. Tho wood used  is the finest qulaity of sugar pine, and  the workmanship is first class.  J. M. Lindsay returned last "Wednesday from Nelson, and left yester-?  ,day for Fort, Steele to sec about getting ' furniture for' the Lake Shore  hotel., which will soon" be ready to  open.-  It is,understood that tho diffeient  contractors .along the western division  aro putting men to work on the tote  road fixing it up. , IE so, it will not be  long before freighting from the west  will be resumed.  Peter Senate of the Summit house  brought in seven pack horses loaded  with potatoes last Tuesday, and there  will not be a scarcity of "spuds" in  town for some time to come. He received five cents a pound for his load  of 1,700 pounds.  The Cranbrook Herald, in point of  neat typographical appearVnce^and  volume,of ut-Ws, .-tan Is at the head 0C  East Kootenay jourrais. CiaribrooV  should be proud of us paper, fur indeed,  it would bo a credit to a place 'of lives'  timos its population.  Ti-e lirst trip oi the season up the  lake vas'made by the pleasure yacht  ''Lady of the Lake" last Thursday  afternoon to the Finch's sawmill Tho  ofiicers on board consisted of Judge  W. H. Eraser, first mate) Dan Mc-  Dougald,- second mate, and Robert  Keuzie, purser.   -  The Moyio City Leadku is the name  of the new paper issued Saturday last  in our neighboring town, aud a very  credits ole sheet it is, considering tho  obstacles encountered in getting in its  plant and inaugurating the enterprise.  D. 11. Young is proprietor and F. J.  Smyth editor.���Cranbrook Herald.  Sylvester Fallon and J. C. McCrae  arrived here yesterday* from Bonners  Ferry with the first load of tropical  fruit which has been brought here this  season. Messrs. Fallon and McCrae  are interested in some of the best  mining propositions in this locality,  and will soon commence doing their  annual assessment work.  E. H. Small, manager for' the Toronto Clothing house at this place,  has received a letter from W. T. i-ieid,  one of the firm, oi Wardner, stating  that his brother would soon arrive  here from lieyelstoke with a stock of  drugs. He -will also take charge of  the store at, this place and Mr. Small  will return to Wardner and tate charge  ot the store at mat place.  The "army" press upon which the  Lkadicu is being printed wiis also used  ni the first publication'of the .Nelson  Miner,, Kasio Prospector, Kaslo Koqte-  naian, New Denvei Ledge, SloCau City  Xews and the Slocan.Pioneer. It was  one of-the first presses brought into  the JvOoteuay country, and has been  transported tn all tlie ditTerent manners iruui a box car to a pack mule.  fe  .. i  Hi .D  ' m  o  i^?^^Bm^^E^W^^EW^i^^��M ���ft a:  ...'��CO*ifiMK*WR3t��^  :aa*Ot ���������-arr :&g&-"^-{aaaM;;?fff*'?e��^^  -^ttT?"' -SSTi^TfF*-'"' ���ni-W".'T'T, 'j nr;.Tlh>i'��i.enye.)n<!ia6��i;"'i-^c.".-:;'i-jii-ei-i;:nV.��*-:o\vii.s i tj"' A M7\V /-? Wi'  :m ".y;:  v";j !������';'.,:-:  ll;-; V  '������B-'.'.-.''''i  ���It'  :      I  ...'!:���-  H  A.  . .  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Montreal, and al!  i     points east :ino -au.iI    Throiu'h  flai-ir Sr,. S^h.-OX, T). 0.  vv'hoiecale Grocerie/i and  Provisions.  t/r  CTTKTi Ol'.DJ J.-J I'-.-CiMl'TLY All K.^ntD TO.  ?. ;o. ijox 211.  confidence;and'entefpriso ofrhor  ci(.  'yehs..yA;sside A frbiny thoqv'merean'i.ilo  benefits   that ,mu3tva!.teri'dl(he.;;corii*  'plelion; ofA,i'h'e'.��� pro\yys'jjii^t.;'road>UlitJ Totirlst  Car&  value and'stability '.qf.-:.irlie:;'mi.nes.-v)ji'kck '  CANADA DRUG anil  BOOK CO.,  umijffd, :;>.i.sori, ;:. C.  Siaionery, OfBce'' SujipJies,^ V*/aI! Paper.  Carry the largest slock cf  In West Kootenay, and defy competition iu thoh- hne  Cr:;p9t3: .Rugs, Draperies, Curtains, ifatticg, Crockery, Beudinn; and   Pillows.  -u-  '��� '���������,:'���'  :'aa t;i(.-..-is::'.!.cvopinion,of lending. ui'ch'' .of  .,      : yailtiafionBlhatfoi';-'.^  : y:v:; y^ Aiiierieaii:.goyer'uriieut,-andri  '���a; ���;'���^���y^'t^.unewiialedAiri:history.yyT,hisi[quie.t  '.-:������','��� A>;-';'n'?pyit'i^  v'a: a ,-lowards 'Sn'fijir, but;':';,'the.cpeb'pjc"<aiyd  9:tV:---a ''Qbgrbasyhiiyfe" bdurn-. switliAPresidedt:  :; ..yA; y,.Ivfclvirilcy..'i.a, his^siowpolicy' of "peace  y;v y^ri^yah^-pKce" -;--uniily'.'-the' .stamp -': of  ',.;;';;. gha;mesfac^^  '7:ry- .bfyeyery'p1vtyidt;ih: th  '(������; ��� y;y';and,lhe;;:threats''and sldrs bf:oarbarousr:  ;.y-A-y.:..Wgcicd;'^  ;y'.:yy;y^e.A:F6r--more'than:ysix  a;. ���:  t;th& suspendedrahimafigly Oil  ,;5:;;A-A'dont;cV^  AAjr^, y:j'-'fiop'le have ;bcbu cry iu  -;y     yy;truggling.;-yindependence. 'pf'.:,..y,'P.uba.  t;;��� ���'���A :Why-;"this-deljiy?.';,Why tsliould. 'ihe'  IJnitfed iStates v.-ait or ,:waYit ; to  patch'  6f'the;.<,ahrptarot:iia!3s;pg.^  ''tlip6'i7':tb;clcfnpnst'ration.',!;,'y"'.''';;,-^'"  ,y, Within- ay very a io.w';t:Weeks illo; ".St.  Fugene'tram way-wili'! be-, under..bdii-  striictipn.tayidyrwhert .completed 'llnif  vAist3body,:qf;;-oie'-wi 11- l-e'^-brOugftiyt..'  tins?ypja'b0'.yfory ^hip;hent;'tthe;X'^e  ���Slvdro/'whlGfi' is-situated-; almosfln'the  h-s'a-rt'.of^ also, bet worked  ..drt:;a large.-.'���scsiley-.a's-.-will'aisp tlie Moyie^  I.ast;Chahc^t;^uee,n::oi'.'theyHiil^vand j  ,a nii:ijiberybi;the:^ .p.rbp.- j  ei:ties:.alq'ug'..the !east-and.'���:��� west;;chores j  'pfythet-iakp:;^ i  4',-; Th'e.-.men; \ylie;come':;iiito this .country ;five.:;si;s;-and- eight-'-;yearsyagb' -fiii'icl;  lQe'ktBd.;c.!.iinl3t.ind^^  '���re'ceiYey:.'t'h'e.'ir,,'"r'em'uneralioffV7^  Every 'day.     Magnificnni   aJcop'-r.g  and dining csiv on all train.3.  Bag-gag^,  Checked through fo destination..  Daily service   . "  Drags, Patent  , Medicines.  I Oi ..spirits'  S'onciiie:;,    Mail   Orders   Soiicilod  L-B.MAUBTTB&CO.  NELSON AND KASLO, B. 0.  uJmm**\imu. U2 * nrii-Miwn-r-i  TTB'i ri ������tft~"'*-ma*-1,*>~JB^*eP  ���x-xirESO. rjv��;j%.i3JSorQ",  .  DEAJ.EU   IS,  All Kindt, ol  IfK.lLGKS IN  ��-^*rt��- *i F9x��MUMin(xa!iruurRncKatn  .From .ail,,   point;:.    For  full   infer-j  mation C0 to rates, map,, etc call on |/^J ^60d -and ^TOKllCe  ''       A large ctock  of  Vl'ay,   Oats {!  and Fre/3h Vei-etablcG aiwcya  ,' on hand.? 'Prompt attention  given to Jiiail orderts.    Agents  Lion Brewery, Hosslcnd.  BAiCKl4S'.\ "   '    ;-7KLS0X, J). C.  or a<idrenc  H.'31.  iiLicGiiEoor., Traveling  passenger agent. I-Telsou.  B. J, COYLE: ���'   ���  was liooas.  Tents,   Awnings.  Wagon Covers,  Sailor Bags,  Hammocks,  Canvas Cot Beds.  District Passenge'r- Agent,  Vancouver | ���  b: c  NELSON, "  B. C.  Baa^aatfjcpartiscjE^-^iaftgwi*!:  '; / Whatevertbppo&ition '���':;tiie,re,y':'is' to  Cp]'.y^ak|er.'Lyin'.'-this''.'-rW asyfar'.' as'  "?/y ^uyj; p^boy'^itli: A"SnaJu?y  ���ij'ation-.- ''particularly;'ouOv-''.with:'.; ilheJ.��� hid.:vii:hde'r.;:t busheL^Th^rti ';seems', :so;  y/salUi'-'-T.iid^ppjv'ei^ States, :f(dy td,beT no man:'-,who .has; 'been,, wil-;  i'y^^yjihould; hesitate tic'moi-nent'In ^forcing:  '-Ay j ts;-'j uSt demands -upbir 'a'^enii-bai'bar-  '- ',:,'��� "t ,>U3:nationdike Spainy.'; i\. ^waiwvib'. -the  ������>';-..'"o   "."���,'.'  'y'-'-y   .    .'��� r .a    ...     .   fe?  ---     '' .-'-".  '.,:'A."   :.   a.J'A. ' -. '(  ::tetej'r!Jinatiqn of 'Spivnish tsbverbighty  At-v-f ytdd bfeii'... j'U st*.- a c t'ip. al ly ;ci viliza lion,  a bveVi.under'small--pretext,    It '.would  y "t:.', ;bo^ettbr: for .q'ivili^a.tlorf'Awer4;Spaihll;fi'  (A :t;dead nation .alytm  ''.'���   ;-'y th'is day'and age;clgeniusrandyeduca-  t;Ayy. tion,;.a hatioii, dnce GiyiiiKed,:ought:-'tq.  ;:y:^Ja'-eaao-:to exist :when4LiailsA:to.lend.any:  ':.".-���',"aid.;' to. 'ad'van'ceme'nt and..enlighten-'  ���;. y.'.mc.nti.  : EvertfeihcetCervanteo, gave;:to  tlie^literaturo orSpain.thogem pf'payt-  ':'.,. y.ficfion, -'3)oh: Qui vote-," -(and tha't- bur-'  'V ���.''.:'��� .iesque settled.Torever  the.  chivalry of  Spain):morc than ��00 years ago S.'pan-  . i.sb genius,has been on the wane until  On  riffle im  In  Felson & Ft. Shepf ard  If You  t Anything  ling'tp;si!oy-elusf"head :pu.t;'intd^ the  .'political.ar0na^ihAbppb3itibn;;; totlhe  ;,Cra:ub^ook;:cplbneh ylf theretu; a ; bah-  .di'dafce/'ihro  ;thb seed; olrefbrni, -it is y timet for ^ him,  ;to get puilntbthesuM  favor:;ahd begin tp.;pullAtbJe.," strings.  'T'h,is.yes;treme   modestyt,^-of yannouhce-  .meht:'Seems'tol>| borirof 'atfeartlhat  wh o, .ever t. she ws . liis. ;liead,; y wi 11 im -  m&diately,:get ijy^uhch  may;? nbtyy.be ytrecoghii;ed. y at: ..the,  luistings; or that- a'   dark horse- .may  become only,a jackass at the, iinisIj/A  IN" THE DRUG LINE OR  ASSAY ERS'    S UJ.T3.IES,  Call ou or v.'iite  E@d Mountain  .RAILWAYS'  Tlie only all rail route without change  ol cars between Nelson and liossland  and .Spokane and Rossla'nd.  Only Route   to Trail"Creek and Min j  ..      V  ADDEESS  Oetl ifomia  '      '"    .  NELSON.  X33.0  Mi  W. F. TEETZEL & CO., jm 1ERCHANTS" BANK- OF ' HALIFAX,  NUS-OX, Ik C. ^> ,  *nfctM^ftaagyaeMa�� r^^ovfn7HaMi*-PMwa!ca^��TM.W|iT^  UM t.  . (^��iWTA ��.*�������� ��W31'ira'*tB"'l��ai����,'TST��Xn. ,  ,.".. At a recent meeting ���df tlie State  Teinperance Union in .Kansas, -'Bishop'  'Vincent of the - Methodist' oliurch ap-  the Spaniards;- have changed 'their' ce- {pealed to; tlie delegates to_ start.a cru-  lighte:nneni, tbocruel,.'ignPran.es.".;and   s^s'.'ag-u'nst .the gum ���;clie>virig.. habit  .bigoted barbarity. -";.For a; hundred  'years art,, science and 'literature have  .given.-place to the; bldl fight, and the  celebrated tbreddre is?; the oijly   person  lithe good bishop would; use Ins 'ln.-  ll'uen,celb.orgarii'ze a crusade against  Jerry' ���Sfmpg.on add other soctltiss and;  beWhiskei'bd populists he   mighu-ysuc-  wined. toasted and ' fawned���"'.upph'yby j cesdliri ; kiiliiigy ofvthe   rKgAchewigjg  tlre'ltueen ant!   the;: so-called  nobility   habit;' which % doihg. much  more 3-  qviee  C olSpain. -.-; -Tlrcrolsy;nbt. a ���geniust-.'p'f.  ..Spanish.b'irt]i,-:.bither iu, science,-������:art,;  .���'���'..litci:atur'e>A-.invention, i'.discovery  ��� or  ���"'" statesman snip in   the. entire; ���' b'ou ntry-  ���and thdre hasu'.ybeen one for a ���-���li'u.n-,,,  . dredyeaW;    I'lieir only genius  is ��� the  .,'bullfi'ghlef    an'd   the sielctto'. maker.  jury to. t��.at state  SS*Mt*IM��.^CBtt XMXS31tB**M*XK  0 The town' of Republic'iii the Eureka  camp, Stevens;county^ Wash.,' lias a  newspaper;called the Pioneer.~7E;'E.  Cievelandand Albert I. Drake are the  publishers;, and.are getting out a paper.;  Their ���governing of-.tlie.' Phillipean j .which is.a-credit to. that now 'famous  islands and   bit'Cuba   ha-s   .been   con-ticamp.  .-. .ducted at   all tinicV-'-'with   the : most a   a. '  .. : ��� .A    si- ii  S^��JBKSV��W^.Vrt^*Bsr  cruel barbarity.Vraurder, raninci-arson;  Since Ihe i'trst issue  of the ;LniA,RTiri  _ ! business iljon stiy that   ti-ade ha3  in-;  era! District  of tho  Colvillo  Reservation, Nelson. Kasio,  Kootenay    Lake  and  Slocau Points.  Daily, Except Sundaj',  i KA?r, .ir.itiv.'-  '9:20 a.m.     .   NELSON 5:35 p.ni  12:00" ROSSLAND     '   2:50   "  8 .00 a.m.      S POKANF 0 :-J0 p.m.  Close coi.iii.ctio:i ->virli Stonmor.'- for Kaslo mill  all Kootenny l.iko points.  L'ahseiinfr-. /or  ICi-ltlo   P.iver and  Bouuiliny  .Cuick co.'i'iuct at JJiirtius villi StiRC iluily  Kaslo g Slooan B ai!way  TIME OAKJi NO.  Subject io clifiiifjo v.-ithotri uotice    Tinir.s run  on I'ai'iflc sjtaiuliirti tiriic.  Ler.vi  ���('.kiirSt , Ntf.-OX, Ji  &.��_.,   _  Incorporated 1869'  CAPITAL PAID UP .'. .   .' .'...���..  "'REST."...' v -   Head Office .HALIFAX, N. S.'  $1,500,000.00  ��� 1,175',000.00  Centrally located,  and  .-.'lass in all apartment."..  U'.il  and a'ltjpct  slavery'.has- be en   visited,! creased inal! h'r.anciies.  upon tile inhabitants of .these.'islands j;  *^\.vLrx!Wlf*3e^\rtt$��XM'rs&^a***w*a*^w  '.w'itli,.,he -knpwloOgc and 'direction', of r^^ n p S^ftA' Q    ' fk u R \jj/fn I At  the   doiies  at   Madrid.    Cubans   and.1 jf A g3 \ f" H    .m    \ fjg 'jf   9 M \*  *..00  A M  Ka-h) _  south Foi-1.,-  .irri  :c 3:50 1* ii  ���A:j,".   '���  'j :sr,  1 !  ST'f'aiic's  ..  3:l.i   "  .'..i  . 1  Whiicvnto  "  2.C0   "     ,  V> ii;?  ..  i:- .tr I.fikc  "  i.-H '���   ;  1') is  .,  jrrijintjflTi  ii  i-:r:  "    ;  i <���..-:  "'.  Juiic-^i.-rj  ���'  i-.r:  "   <  70 ,-)0  "  Still rt 01!  l.Vftl  ei:fu   "    .  Itl'CHARDSOB  & PERDUE,   Props,  'Staple and Fancy  Clothing,   Gent.-;'  Ftu-nishings,   Boots  and Shoes, Hats and  Caps. Stores  at  K ELSON and KUSKONOOK.  ILLIE BROTHERS.  ., '  'T. K. iCnis'M',, Esq., rrt-Bident.  0. II. IK.NC a.., Uf.:b:2r.  ,. . *_ ��� /*  Hi-iiirlio^.iir.il coriu-poiiiioiits in the 3.11-isoij>i-1 cilii;-! in '.he' Frovi.tCes,   rruic.l 'JtaA". mv.^lB^,i  fhu..t rfrit'ihi, nn.! riVjinro.n..--, I?os.sl;'.:nl, Niiiiiiin.n au.I .N\i.'..),i. 11  C. ���   <s.'  A ^fnor.il )ir.nkii);rbiishif-.s tran-tirtftl.  iS'yrliii-f b;il>. <-f  uxclians''-' bought anil sold. l!.fc'-  tc-rv 01 <"f-ilj|,' flc , iiccolifits/il.   Aocoi.nis f-utl d.-| Ooiti. ncoi^r-d on n*..j:.t favorAblc terms. _ '^ I  '    . , GEORGE.KYDi).  0 ' '-i Manager Nelson Branch.  ���Y  jr-grs'  &��*mt4& ^*t!taoirf*' mlUif^ ijSr��23*��        l&f   *W        (fcdausJA'w.      mJZi*       wJS>-wtnH *J$Lu     *&m Bl  Best brands  in   Canada  manufactured right   in   Kootenay   by   the   firm  ol  ^^^>^^<LTJ;  ^ S&Wj-$   yANCOUYKU, VICTOltJA, N"ELSON  Ginger ale, lemonade, sarsaparilla, plain soda,  syrups,   essences  augestura, orange, bitters. Pox 10S, XELPON.  n  v  BREWERY.  -o-  MIK1NG BROKERS,  A -".   TIit:iiij,'-    r;i'i>o):f. ���J.ugaMf'  ���������.iiii.v Xo:i.'t!.vt  Wr-a'-'vii V(>, ,   ,,      'A  ������. th'c'sti-uggling na'tivoi3G':"UiePli.:Iiipoar! j  islands.li-y'iy'paid ytheir. ihoney   pf'.-i-ti j  ���enyugi! to \yj nrurdurcd b;.y Span?;'!.:-'.!.*'.-.'  li iii aAtcnOli io. all, .''iviii>-ed .���iv.-ii.iqi'i.ij, \',  and Uticlo Sam  owes' it   to   athaneeil ���  eiviii/-ai;ii-Jii   '���'���:��� ,' at .��� lea.st   iiiir/.-de   this}'.  ��� Sp.ahi.ib'tJacko.!,   if  riot  blow  hii-i   to j  kiugdont   come:'     '1'his   paper.:is   not I a"-t '���'"'������ i-nci-ictv-iY wrin. .ijs.  avcrsi: to war,    It is for'-war.,, ami. for ��� I  .-    ���  the,union.   ���       ;.���'��� '   ���" '' .'���' .UO.viKO!.TY.  . ' ii. f . .t F  A.  <vro. Z''. ';<);i;*1.iii;1.  .S'lpt.  ."nil Aryt Ti(-..-,  IK T E R N A. T T. O iSi A. I >  V.'(j f -<T- ��� h.r.ndll' mini;>'ir ptc>i>0rty i:i  ">:"���-.'��� i:o.'.t.-:i!iy, end \A\\ ..lyvuioii  ini5*V*.s���<>tpt!ii !iss(.'.:,-siii..:iri ivorl'.  llafipliiil.TFiiliMOo.j  IN  KKOS  AKi;  ilOTKJ FA.  -UKEWKRa  OF���       '  FINE LAGER  BEER  AND PORTER ....  OitDKR.j Promptly atti:kueu 70.  R. r^iostorer and Co.. Props.,  ^v  NELSON, Br  C;  (.���onnr:si-o.s oknc.j: !.or,iv.vitu.  . ���KJCA-.l'ICW.   VOA ?iS. '  "      . ��� " ��� '" ' '      A  The go'vornment couUl judiiAAutdy.-  s)_)eud ;i lew   iunidr;ed   dollars' oh' the I  , Wi.goh t aoad   ;doug   tilt-   line   ol'  tire;  . Crow'.-.. ^��'e5l--:;.'uiv.';t\', if it'' van au   ua-j  posed:    Tho;'.,; i's :ka|Uc-;'J:.,:'i .but thtit i  tiii,-'; riaii !.'.-''..-. become .1 po'rn'atu'.ht iix- '���  "���v.r<:, itit'.l '.'.'ih :.h'. i...;jC-;u a,-:; ... t-ublic iliiir- ���!  "   -,   -        . ' '     *      ' '  o'u^i.AA -.-.-..'jig Miter iitc i-aihray jias I>.',.���<:��� u j  'b.i-ill, and-will be' '--i   '^tvtit   AciAui.   .,;> j  thi> oornurA I  t Pioaides-fiii- large, number of niinui.; |  nnd urospeolAA wlu. ivill   travel   uvyr j  Litis road for'year.-, to coiue: there   will !  ���     LIMITKD, '. .    ���'-   '..  '���'��� c- i .���''-j. '..'.��� ���     .   ' .' ;"     . ' '    ��� "   "���  Il^lJVi>l.'a^��^^��l��4^^^k^-t.Mri*���r^^^^                                                                                                       O ICjf.* i 11L-I         .1 ."if l'*^i IJ tvl/lUliiL vli      J>.(}0 ty*  nay Lake and���-.Tliv.b'f. ��� . .  ..,..,..���'.'r.!SV.tt CAI.1V.���-,.;���..    '  in e-rTeof. 1st of I-'ov., 1807.   Subject"to:  Boot .& Shoe Ca  XKL30..V,  n. a  BbB  :. Painters.  Paperhaiigers,  S.!<!>   IV'tiXtXti j\   f'.l'KCIAl.Ty,   '��� '  '.   JuSTJ.'M.V.i'I'.'S  <t'TVK-?.'  .,-   '.'.'OYn; oi'i'V  and' ci-.ANHi.ooK..  ���ve<   Lms roi'M ior v.etir.-; -..o cumnj :j.:(ii'i-    ivni : ��.�� , ^ < ^  urgbor.^in   ibc   :iCii^lL:vv-   looa!?,,! I^Mjf lb     0 U |J |* 11      W,  ! obaugc wifbout notice.  i    .Five j\Iila loin', eonm-ilion with allj  j Passenger Trains of N. &,   F.  H.   Rail- '  I road to and from'Northporl.,'. Rotsland  j and Spokane.  ' Tickets A-olu   and bag-1 v |.y[,^()T\j  .1 g;vgc . checked   to   all    United   State? I  points.  Leave R'anlo for Nelson and way  points, daily.except Sunday, oaJ.;') a.m.  Arrive florthpr-rt J.'?. :LS p.m.- Ro.se-  lar.d, IjilO'p.m.; Spokane; 0:00 p.m.  .leave Nelson for K nolo and way  points, daily except Sunday. ���!. :15 p.:n.  Am^Ymm*  B. Q.  Ot-V��' *rw~*C*XMH.wrK.XT��ri  0  Lcnvh  5r\okano  H.   a.m.;' RosshvJid  fV!��nor.-5r Supplies,  Gr^op'riof..-   Htir'*Kv;i��<=;..; io --vi ���*;*-_>���- yiHrii'Kiori.- 1:5t'  .-���A.-     A;-.    '<���   ���     * ,-���..>'���..- -���       ��� ���'  ������-  p.in.  .^f^AtftwnTv^  ' r ** -��' y- -*��� a' i    fr! -V i-��' n <v r. s1  '"     '���-.-'���      -���'-^-.w, W*.  ;-V..yri>:J.' it  .'S'tiSiO-'.-J,  crocer  ls07,  Wliolesfileiina Kettiil hoitliir ia  Oigars. Pipes, Tobacco.  .(Placing  Cards,  Poker  I Ofc'-ps.   Bole aa-ent  for  I TUCKETT'S CIGASS.  | j-K-.,o0.s nrr, '  MOYIE.: EASTKOOTENAYiB. G.  The.above-hotel had been recently erected, and neatly furnished, 'throughout.. '���.���������������:  Cosy  and Comfortable   Rooms.  The bar is supplied -with' ihe  best   brandft   of liquors    and,  ci jrirfl.       ,  Headquarters for Mining- Men.  R  \J  mm  V  \n  HOUSED  '.-'",-; suits, f*hii-A. mid Untlcr'.vi.'iir, hoot,;, shoes  'mil It-ubbors, sook.M,' rrlo'-fc,'-,' find linu-.'-;. ���  Eocrylhiiiff the. i-aU.ytxul  and city man iv<vnl��. . ,  r  tUVT!  V-   A   C.A/,I..-^gI'SV  "��� reib icdM|  'VOY'1.1:, B. c,  aild Ooffee House.  ���fOK. iri'oisus,   ���..'.;.     i>,-.,,,,-i(.t.ir  MOYIE CITY, R. 0.  '.'���OA'KE VSHORE.:  Barber Shop       ^  Bath Rooms      v  .(. K. .'SliiaO.IJ.AV'K,   ''.'-'      ---.    .l*i-o,��i-i,,tur; ���  MOVIE, IVIJ.  ���r Mt����jm����vTOm  FOR RElfTT  A five room  Hotel 24x  30 feot in. size.   Apply  GEO.  EASSETT,  Moyie, B. Q.  DAINARu^STEWArfiy  General:- Blac&siniiMii  b*  Winers'Supplies'. Horseshoeing a specialty.    '.'���...'  MOYIE CITY/ B-' C-


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