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Array ���      t      v���i *'-* ^  ft' W **  B wi? wl   fcR    P"*       K-f       In  ti ffi h g?  ��� ��    1  &������$  m  /^ W%��* W^ W"^hr-  NlW      ft      I   II   Ssad   fl  J?  fl^JLssa  wk-al  MOYIE, B. Ci APRIL "28,1900.  '1        '  '    SS A YEAR  SHIPPIN& COIEffiiTl  St.    Eugene    Turning  Them Out.,  LOCAL   NEWS.  SIXTY TONS  PEE DAY  Al Richardson , was in   Cranbrook  this wcvk. ' '  F. W. Frith was iii ' Cranbrook  Thur-cUy.  C. 1. "  Ten Carloads were   Sent  to   tlio  Smelter  i-.N  this WcoTc and Regular Sliijunents  Will   FolIc*iV.  P.  Jla'yton   returned   to   Nelson  Thu'r.-jdiyr  ���C. T. McGregor  was in  Cranbrook  Thursdi-.v.  D. J. Elmer was in Fort Steele the  first of the week.  OfflCAL POT B0M1  Oranbrooli  and Moyie  People Meet.  SITUATION   DISCUSSED  ���^.^^A^^^S^^Z^^'  ���*��?'****'**.',��-V   ���^.���-^������^������^���a     -  "CANADIAN... '������BAff=T=SiS.  ���?  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  BRANCH.       - *'.J'.'w: H. SMYTHE. BIBB.  WRITI:  . ffigr.  ING CO -  1 The  only  house   in   East   Kootnoy   |  heatedithroughoutwiUi holair.   ,        ,   ^  First classlinj'evefy  reepect.    Special    ��  rates to boarders.    Good sample; room , ^  for commercial men. -,,''.       ,   _,  * European'plan.    Open day and night  ',  The St.Eugene is again a shipper.  However this time it is not the crude  oro which is being sent to the smelter,  but concentrates, the product of the  new mill. During the past week ten  carloads or 230-.tons were shipped to  the tjmelter at Great Falls, Mont.  Begining May first the mill will ��� be  kept ruuning both day and night.,  By so do^ng in every 2-1 hours 2.00 tons,  of ore will be crushed, (making' between 50 and 60 tons of .concentrates.  G.* A. King; has decided ' to * remain  with the .company and has been given  charge of the mill.  Manager, Cronin   complains   of    a  scarcity of   machine   miners   in   the  camp, and'fays that there   are  spveral  positions open to good men.  r.aljor- Convention..  A Convention of' the delegates of  the labor unions oi South East 1-Coote-,  niiy will be held at Feruie next Tuesday, May 1st.- At the meeting of tlie  Moyie Miner's Union " last Tuesday  evening two delegates were elected���  D. J. Elmer and D. B. McDonald.  The convention is culled for the  purpose of taking political action in  the   coming�� campaign.   - They    will  ISMOPOLITAN  dtel.:" :'��� ������.  E. H. SMALL Prop.  mxziiea*m*&'J<M  ���Rf ��, ���  OKAN BROOK, - -  either decide to endorse one of" the  candidates, already .in the field, providing he will 'pledge himself to fcu-  port the",eight hour jaw ��������� and a 'few  other measures of less importance, -or  put up a straight'labor candidate  from their ranks. D. J. Elmer, pros-  president of'the .Moyie .Miner's Union,  is favorably spoken of as a labor candidate providing it is decided to put  one in the field.  li. E. Beattie was   up   from   Cran-  brook last Sunday.  ���Contractor M. Bhoady was in  Cran-  brook Thursday.  Mrc. 'Helen   Hanvy   ha3   returned  from her visit to Spokane.  A. P. Bremner made a trip to Cranbrook the first of the week:  O. J. Johnston is ��� doing assessment  work on the Dewey mineral claim.  ' Philip Conrad is putting up another  building in the Lake Shore addition.  J. O.' Trembley has returned to  Moyie alter several months absence  in 'Nelson.  James Kerrigan, .the . Cranbrook  wholesale dealer, was in Movie' Monday.  . '    "  G. If. Miner was out from Cranbrook this week looking after his  branch store.  Hod Tolmie of Nelson, secretary of  the mine owners association,.was in  Moyie Tuesday.    '  An icecream social was' given at  the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay  Tuesday evening.  Mrs. D. J.  Elmer  was   confined   to  her bed for a portion of the week with  an attack of the grip.     -      -  '   Mrs. M. J.  Harper, accompuieel1 by  her children, arrived iu Movie Sunday  from Ottawa to join her husband.  Burt McNeil was taken to  Many Political AftpiranU, ��ut  Few  Ai-e  "Willing to-Come Out anil declare Themselves. '  Hon. JoaepH Mart'n.  At, the political  meeting  Thursday  evening it was  decided to send a message to Hon. Joseph Martin  at  Cranbrook-inviting  him   to   address    the  citizens   the    following    night.    Mr.  Martin was on yesterday's west bound  train and stepped off on the Moyie  platform   while    the   train    stopped.  He regretted very much that he could  not stay   over   and accommodate the  people,   but   his  many   engagements  ahead prevented  him  doing so.   He  said, however,. that  he  would likely  send  a   man   here���probably   Smith  Curtis of Rossland.  A committee from Cranbrook consisting of Archie Leitch, Dr. Kintr, A.\  "W. McVittie, M. .Mclnnes, James  Ryan, and Geo. Bremner ca.mo up "on  this morning's train to wait on the  Moyie.business men ancl the represen-'  tatives of the Miner's Union.  ��� The meeting was held iu McGregor  hall and Mr. Leitch was elected chairman. He stated that the object of tlie  ,Cranbrook delegation was to",discuss  the matter of deciding upon a .candidate in a plain and business like way.  He said that Cranbrook had not decided on a man, and that, if ^-\?yie  brought out a suitable /.person they  would endorse', him. He wanted it  distinctly understood' thin the committee did not come down hero to  cram any particular proposition down  the Moyie people's   throats.   t  ,It was disked to  get   the'   views of  il*.-. miners, so.D. J. Elmer .was called  Mr.   Elmer stated   that  he  had  Two Handsome Cottages.  T wo handsome five room cottages  were started, this morning " on Geo.  Batley's lots' facing Lakeview avenue.  The cottages will each be 2-1x37 feet  in size, and Mr. Batley intends having  them neatly . furnished. They are  being built for rental purposes. D. J.*  Jo hnson has 'the contract.  >Tow a J. P.  Lewis Thomson lias' received his  appointment as justice of the peace  and has already taken the, path of  office. He had his first case Wednesday morning and handled it-like a  veteran in the business.  ��� ' ' Tlio Uairy Business.  A. Dill, who came here from ' Fernie  last week, has located a dairy farm  north of town and is ready to supply  milk to the people of Moyie in any  quantity.   ,  on.    ftir.   j'juijci  auucu   i/.j.iw  "   "��-  no authority to speak for the union on  A. New Grocery.  no authority to ayuun iui ..�� ��~a~- ��� j, -\,y# Fitch of 'Kaslo, ono ^of the  this occasion. He said, however, that I fil.m o{ Richards & Co., has arrived'' in  it was the 'intention   of .. the   various  Moyie and'is opening a  grocery  store  labor organizations to meet iuconven-^  tion in Fernie on May first and either  decide on a man from their own ranks  or endorse some man, on the outside;  jir. Elmer did riot thiuk   the  conven  in the Conrad block in the Lake Shore  addition. .  ,       ���*��� ,  Uletal Quotations.  New   York,   April   26.���Bar  silver  ;uld Mr. Elmer did riot thiuk   the  conven-   ^   ^^     ^^  $46-^ @   H^m  ���    ..,    ,tion would lookoiavorably upon  cither 1^     ^^   tha(.    fiseg    tfae    selIng<  rlLmrci'   a tnme.ownor or a capitoliat.    He aaiq Jq.     miners   /and     smelters  si'on hospital Sunday last.    HeseemeG   the rainers  were not  asking  for any U  ini,a-d.ii.toned withan  attack  of  ty >   .,'.  ,,,mMjnr(1J1      Thcv "desired   the' <luVu';  BEEE  iVf  V. DESACii5riEKl&:0O.) i-rop*. q  4 BegularjMoals Served in the Dining  Room, with SiibuTji Orders belvc^p  meals.  Headquarters for *0ommenciai >nd iVlininQ Men.-  EEN'  .VVJa*SlT��,  MOVIE,  B. C.  W, B: C  eAsRiies&mi  This hoteris^now open to the public, andjis well?*furn-  ishccrihroughout.' None but the best brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock   "Luke SUoro Hotel Improvements.  The Lake Shore hotel is to be enlarged and improved generally. 0. J-  Clayton ond J. M. Lindsay, the owners, have decided to add another story  which will allow them to make 2-1 bedroom-} in all. A barroom will'be built  on north side of the main - building.  Work on this 'will likely begin next  week. '         A. V.1 Bromucr Kleetecl.  At the hieetimr. held at the school  house -last Monday evening A. P.  Bremner was elected to act ass trustee  ,to fill the vacancy caused by the  resignation of Chas. Kaufiman. The  board will take immediate steps  towards applying for a . government  school building.  A Horrible Outbreaif  "Of large sores on my little daughter's head developed into1 a case of  scald head" writes: C. D. Isbill'ot  Morganton, Tenn., but Bucklcn's  Arnica Salve completely cured her,  It's a guaranteed cure for Eczema,  Tetter, Salt Rhum, Pimples, Sores.  Ulcers and Piles. Only,25c at Hope &  Beattie's Drug Store.  Lo be'tlu-Rteued withan  attack  of  ty  phoid fever. ��� _   ,    , (^  Father Coccola was out irom the  St.,Eugene Mission last Sunday and  held service at- the Catholic church.  ' A political meeting was held at McGregor hall last Thursday evening.  But"it could not be termed a "pea-  warmer." ��� ���"  ' Post office ' Inspector Dorman was  here this week and inspected the  Movie postoffice. He found it iu first  class order.  radical" measures. They "desired the  retention of the eight1 hour law; the  exclusion of the, Chiuies j compulsoiy  arbitration, and the initiative and  leferandum. He said he would be  pleased to submit the ' name of any  person the people might decide on at  the ' Fernie convention, lie mentioned Dr. King's name as a suitable  man, and said he would be specially  pleased to submit his name and vouch  for him.  Nearly every   person   present gave  v birthday parry was given Brna.his veiws on the political situation.  A uutnuay pi"v �� .   ���     ,     *     T���������u   -viAHit.'s nams   was   m  Neiderstadt at her home last Sunday  afternoon.   She was 12 years old.  S. J. Whitcom'b is a painter and an  artist in his line: .If you have any  painting to do give "Whit" a show.  Andrew   Johnston   of   the    Moyie  JEWELEK.  MOYIE  Joseph Martin's name was mentioned, and an expression of opinion  was" given on him. The general feeling seemed to bo that Martins  platform wrs good, but that the man  himself was   not  the  proper  man  to  Apply to  ! ylG I which to entrust the reins  of  govern  hotel   transacted . business . in   Cran- (^^ .      -  ������COOmo-  ���N  tixiw'Gai  ;,ISM20*.  i.j.'..-.*-. ** ������       _  ^-mMssSv  ���     ', nmniiiBj'  CLASS     A CCOMMODA.TIOXS.  MOYIE, B.    C  ���        ,*- ���     ���_ '        ������-���  ���      ��H~    ��� M/  \0  >T<<lir-i l'-ine >'ew Home.  Spokane Chronicle: hf K. ^Teill, the  mining man, is preparing to build a  fine residence at the southwest corner  of Ninth and Ash Streets. The residence will be one of the host on  Cannon Hill, costing $8,000 to "r 10,000-  JOHJYSTOJV' BW/$:     ,,  'his-HotelfeNew and well^urnislied. ��� T^e  Tables are Supplied with tlie Best the g.  Market affords. Tlie] Bar is Filled with |  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars; -  Queen.*, nii-llu'.ay Celelu-ntion.  The committee having tlie (iucen's  Birteday celebration lu charge have  been holding regular meetings, at  which the various . aub-committoes  have been making their reports. Ihe  full sheet hangers will be out- in a  short time, and the program will be  published  in the Leabbu next   week.  '���Thnt ���JMivoliblns: IlcaaivcUo".  Would quickly leave you, if you  nsrd Dr. King's New Life , Pills.  Thousands of sufferers have proved  their matchless merit for Sick and  Nervous Headaches.' They make pure  thcy-Mid buiklfnp your healjth" Only  '���>rv cents. Money  back  if   not   cured.  brook Tuesday.  S. A. Fallon passed through here  this week enfoutc to Sullivan hill near  Kimberley. He will do his annual  assessment woik.on his claims.  J. W.'ll. Smythe, manager oi the  Canadian Bank of Commerce, Cranbrook, was our. to Moyie Thursday.  Mr. Smythe is keeping his eye on  Movie and is seriodfly considering  establishing a branch here in the  near future.  Rev. J. E. Coombs, superintendent  of the Baptist, missions of British  Columbia, will speak this evening at  McGregor hall at 8 o'clock and tomorrow morning at IL o'clock the  same place. Subject: "Who was responsible for .the Golden Calf?." 'The  Overcomers." Mr. Coombs has been  in Moyie before. He is a bright man  and a fluent speaker, and Ins audiences should be large.  The hanging lamp in tho parlor of  the Central hotel became dislodged in  dome unaccountable manner last Tues*  oav evening and fell to the floor, and  in'so doing exploded. The carpet became ignited and the flames spread,  and it,was with considerable  difficulty  It was suggested tii&t the voters of  Moyio call a meeting and senc! a delegation over to ' Cranbrb'o'E to further  discuss the matter. A vote of thanks  was given the Cranbrook delegation,  the nieoiing adjourned aud .tho party  returned to Cranbrook on the east  bound passenger.  FOR. SALE AND RMf  .'    OR  MADE TO ORDER.  M- L. H0LL1STER, Moyie;  the  sick  I"VM' J' '���    - - A ��� A A      - d -v .^"SdrffS^J  sow y Ho���o & BealU.. B�����W..  ���"*&> - - - ' , ' '''������.-'',  the fire was extinguished;  Since' A. T. Clark has severed his  connection with the Moyie hotel he  hasheen devoting his whole time to  his ranch on the upper Moyie lake.  He has over 200 fruit, frees set out,  besides a good lot of blackberries, raspberries, currants, etc. Bosides this he  has all sorts of-vegetables under cultivation. Last Monday Mr. Chirk had'  all the apperance oi a prosperous farmer a3 strolled into the Leader office  witu a-'basket of "hen fruit" in one  hand a*choice'lot of radishes in 'lie  other. And the best part of it was.  he remembered the editor.  LOCAld  NEWS.  Miss Ida   Hawkins   is  on  lk��t.  Mrs. G. A'. King arrived in Moyie  yosti-rday morning from Spokane to  join lier husband.  The frame work for Mr. Niederstadt's  new browery is up and is almost en-  lirlv boarded in.  For yule���A lot suitable for residence, size ISxLSO. Price $150 cash.  Apply at this office.  A farewell party was given at the  homo of Miss Mamie F-trrell last even-  ing'in lmnnr of Miss Tibbatts, who  took her vi-jparturo for the coast today.  C'.'.T Rose and 1). b. Bettchen are  now Hiciied in their new quarters in  th.*i 'Hansen block. The boys have  one'of tlie'neatest and most attractive  places in town.,  J. R. Pollon' and wife, Geo. Golden  and Robt. Scramb of Fernie were up  to Moyie last Sunday and were the  guests of Messrs. McKinzie and 1 ull-  nnui of the Manhattan hotel.  Miss Tibbatts. who has been teach-  in er in the Moyie school for several  months past, will leave ��� the first of  next week for Rossland. Miss Sadie  Bennett of Fort Steele will teach the  balance of the term.  Notice of Dis&i"lioii of l-artnersliip.  Notice is hereby given that the pai'tuershig  Ker"tniore  existing between, tlio undersigned  "tu::."  i   Jn.rf,-.Sta   llA-lni-   Um. iinme.   Style  .hi-$t':& -1-" '"Si i'> "iiiO s^i't r'armersliip are to  Ittflui ,Kr-3. /.'^rrr-hy at Moyie, B. C,; and all  clnim7a"i?��-li:s:t the. said partucrship ar6 to be  Sued to the said J. J. tfurphy,'by whom the  ^"iue will be settled. ,   ,       -."���-.-  Dated at Movie. B. C, this,.10th day ot April,  -\ D.WOO. Thos. J. Wellman,  a. v. jjuv;. EUen Hi]li w_ D HlU> Atty_  '2.5-2 J. J. ^lurphy.  Harvey   &   McCarter;  FORT STEELE, B.C.  Harvey, McCarter & Alexander,  FERN'IE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  araes Kerrigan & Co.  CKANJ5KOOK,    U- C.  Wholesale  Grocerg'  AND  General Agents;  Home  and,  Foreign  Bonded    Ware  houses.  WhisfeyV'"Wt.Ms,- BeBTJ  Gigar^, Produce, Fruit,  Etc.,   Stc.r   Ste,     Etc*  coKKESPOXDENCB i$vnm>  ��' il :#S!
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.Monte Carlo is the one spot on the com
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done   to  please   the;   Englis.ii   and   mako
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sold.
Exports from Belgium last roar in- •'
creased ?14,3SO,000 over ISPS: import '
increased   $29,-JoS,000.     This   is   almost i
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By J. M. BARRIE.
CHAl'TKK  IL
In the future Ua<
In his after years Taimua.*"*, tempted to
this extent, would have answered in some-
gallant word.--   such   as   the   young lady
could have taken away   with
enrriaef
increase*-  r.f
revenues for  p'
years   exceeded   disbursements  hy  7-.hi~
_OO0.000 rubles.
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Apropos of Lord i?oberls' iiifervie*,*,
with the Queen before his departure
fur the Cape, a correspondent
iu a London paper:     '/
write
gg.irt's   mind   v,v.« tn
i  nccome   a book in which   Ju*   <oulJ t urn
I  up any page   warned,  l.nr its  cai-lv *-rai:e
! was ;i ravel- not   worth   harking back to'
! unless   for purposes  of   com pari-on.    lie
roil Id never, therefore, when
say for certain that between    un-   k*— i.-:i
bullae and  J'illyluss "he   'had    met a boiiJ
except rlie   Auld   J.ichr,   mini.-ter. to -ce
whom was. iiattir.-iJly   to- feel    Jiiin.
the foot of Tilly, however, h"   was* taken
alwck to find a carriage   and   two Jior-es
.standing
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But that night he was only an
ordinary man.
••J   never   set   foot   in I3al—" lie was
replying, when Chirsty interfered.
"Well he minds of it,"  she said, anda
eiou-dy. "and no farther back than Mon
day he says to   me,    -That   was a cup of
tea,' he says, -as 1 never tasted the mar-
i rows of. '■"
"Wuinan!" cried Tammas
".See to the house, James,'
sty, "and I'll go   as   far
with the ladies."
When Chirsty rerurned
afterwards, her , husband
where she had left him.
"31y name, meiii,'" he   whs   sa}-ing   to
the stair, "is not James,   but   Tammas,
nnd ir's gospel I tell ye when I say 1
iie-v ■)• at Balribbie in my horn days.'
C-hirsty passed him   without
and went   into the house,   slamming the
door.   Tammas and his tantrums did not
seriously disturb her,   but   sho had been
badly used   on   her   way   back from tho
carriage.    "While   helping   the   ladies   to
thftir seats she had been happily conscious
of Kitty Crabb paepintf afc the proud eight
from   the back of the doctor's  dyke, and
as Kittty was the most   celebrated gossf).
in Tillyioss. Chirsty   thought'  to her"1'
"Ii'JJ be through 'J'iliy before bedtime.'.'
;,'Ay,   Kitty,"    she   paid,   on  her way
back, looking over the dyke
tiie Balribbio family calling
Kitty,   however,    could
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was
a   word.
wicked to marry in,the face of Providence. I never saw* a man so crushed
like."
'•Ay, I'm no saying but what this may
lie true, but it doesna explain your reason
for calling me Jennies.'"
"I call ye Tammas as a rule, when it's
necessary to mention your name. Ye
canna deny that."
"Tell   me   how   I'm   Jeai
gentry."
I wasna to disgrace mysel
was l'r'
"Whaur's the disgrace in Tammas:-'"
"Ye maun see, Tammas Haggart, dull
as ye are, that it was   a   trying   position |
for me to he   in.    When   1 left Balribbie
the leddles thooht I was to many Jeames
Pitbladdo; did hay no:-"'
'-I daursay."
"And   I  had   told   them   Jeamcs was
complete daft ubout iue; and so   he was,
for lie   called   his   very   porridge   spoon
aft«r me, a thing you never did."
"Did I ever pretend to you I had these
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BILLY AM) HIS BELL.
THE   RJSE  AND FALL  OF A   RAILROAD
RESTAURANT   KEEPER.
li:»j Device Pur -S tvijitlJiiit; Jiiiml-
V.rnntH mid Otliers Worked Ho Well
'I'lltit He (ai-exi llei'lilejis un.l Jn tiled  tilt* I'ale 'I'liiU Overlook Hiju.
"10very time I hear ,a, locomotive beii
and see .a mau sprint for a train," said
the station master, "it makes me think
of old Hilly Holmes, who' used to run a
railroad hotel in (he western part of, New
York state.' Billy used a loconio
to
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on me."
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din for tne  reasons   wbicb   Jmd   been
alleged in justi'lientioii oi"   the   coui-m'
0  \nken by the War Cilice two  or   tlni'c
yuars   jireviousJy.    Then    tlie    Qu<»>n
sr'iit for him.    Arriving at' the   Palat'i*
Sir Colin was taken   ro   the   Quccii'f
presence, and after Her   Maje-iy   bad ,
talked to him for a shbr't   time   alur.it
tbe horrors of the- situation   and   die
lerrilile sufferings of the   wonijn.   and
children in India,  the eye's of tiie veteran soldier became moisr,   and    then
the Qneen asked him, if Jio would go
h« she   desired.    "Yes,    nia'ani, *   wa.*-
the  prompt   reply.   ''When   will   vou
be ready':' was tbe Queen's next (jues
tion.    'To-morrow inOrning,   imt'ani,'
was .his emphnri'c rctpont'e!"
Jn themselves
the-,'--   starements    ,-ug
gest. little, though,they really   left    Tfag
gart master of the   sii nation.    Tlie
was his   OAvn   answer   to    the
'•"■VJJl tfieso be lialribliie";
the second was   nii'ivJy ,a
to tho third, Avliich   av.is
saving   that   the   ladies
Chir-ty at JaSt.
Tainm.-ts's, "N\-"ifi*,    Chirsty,    had been a
servant   afc   Balribbie,    the    mistress   of
which had promised, as most
was    -
lil>L
MU.-siioii,
beasts:-"    and
**repj)i>ig-s*t Din-
a   .-iiprt way of
liad   called" on
humbling her.
"I saw nobody," she answered.
"They've been in my house ' since, half
" cried Chirsty, anxiously, "and
that was their carriage."
"I   paw   no   carriage."      *--u'.    Kitty
nine.'
cruel I v.
'J *
.'aid
of Thrums
Aim
sli.-.tfell
ed
f>'*.
■if .>'-'. Ki:'-
dSirf A
mm
pflf*.
.Vn Kug-Iisli View of Kn.irhnid'-. 1'osi i,l<m.
''Our neople are neither dislieni-ien-
nor   dismaj'ed.     'Misfortune    hai-*
only put them oil their merflc.    They
can count the cost without   flinching,
for tbey know   what   failure   means.
.Ir means more than the loss of   "-'ontii
-Africa. It means tlio loss of  prestige,
'   nower,   dominion.      It * means    (inn
Great Britain will'be great no more—
' that we shall lose India, , our colonics.
Our possessions   aiid   markets   in   all
parts of the world—that we .sball' descend in the rank of states to the condition of Holland and Spain.    Such   a
fate ma}- overtake us   some   day,   bul
that   day   is   yet   distant.    Knowing
what is before  in   tbe   event   ol*   surrender and submission   io   the   Uoers.
we shall fight ro the last yiau and  tho
ast ditch.   fAdmiral Blake,   asked   to
.surrender  the   town   of   Taunton, replied that he bad   not   y
boors.    When we have eaten   ...
boot, it will be time enough ,fi
enemies to proclaim the  collapse
downfall of   the   British   Em
Newcuslle Chronicle.
,vas aware, 'to call on her sonic day.
"Ye'JI be none the better though she
Ipes call," Haggart med tos/iy. to which
Jhir.-ry's inhuman answer was,
'-.Maybe no; but it'll make every other
woman in TiJIylo.-s miserable."'
Every day for a year   Chirsty   awaited
th'i corning of the   ladies, after   which it,
was   the   neighbors   wlio   spoke   of the
promised % isit rather than    herself.   .Jhii
evidently the ladies had   come   after all,
and   tlie   question     for     Tammas    was
"whether to face them or step about filly
until they had driven away.  Ic   is   ditli-
ctill., no doubt, to believe that   tliere ever
was a time when Haggart   would rather
have hidden behind a dyke than converse
with the gentry, but   I   have   this   from
himself.    He, whose greatest topic in tlie
future was to he,   "Women,  and. Why we
should   Put.   up   with
"Unreasonable,   could   not
pioper thing to say ro the
ribliie.
'Eosh, losh.
i"   rejoined   Kitty,   "re
me   if   your   grand folk
<"*j saw ye gaping al it" over the dyke,"
Chirsty screamed, "and that's  it ye hear
driving east the road."
"I hear nothing," wild Kitty.
"Katrine, Crabb." cried Chirsty, "think
•liiime of yourself."
".N'a,   Chirsty,"
needna   blame
ignore ye."
So Chirsty entered   her, house with the
dread fear that no   ono   would   give her
the satisfaction of allowing that the Balribbio family had erossed   its   threshold.
She .was wringing a duster, as   if it were
Kitty Crabb, when Tammas   stamped up
,the stair iu no mood to   offer' sympathy.
He kept his   bonnet   on,   more   like a
visitor than a man in his own house, but
as he plumped upon a stool by the fire he
flung his feet,against the tongs in a win
that showed he   required   immediate ' «r.
poetical ways . -
"I wouldna have believed it, though
you did.; But was ever mortal woman
left in slch a predicament because of a
superstition? Nat 'rally, when I married
you, I didna' let on to the Balritrbie
lamiJy as ye wasn.i' Jeames Pitbladdo,-
aud Jeames Pitbladdo they, think ye to
this day.  What harm does it do ye J-"
"Harm! It leaves me complete mixed
up about mysel'. Chirsty Todd, yo havo
disgraced me this nicht." j
Here Chirsty turned on him. 'j
"L'vo disgraced ye, have i? 'And    wha
has shamed me t-very nicht   for   years, if
I no' yersel".  Tammas Huggart.--"
"In what way have I shamed ye?"'
"In many a way, and particularly with
what  ye say at   family    worship. .* Take
your feet off that fender,"•
"I keep ' my   feet   on   the fender till I
hear what new blether   this   is
longer if I like."
"The things ve sav in the
insult."      ■ " '
warn  customers  of  the  dep;
trains.   His hotel  was right
stati-m-pro-id   people   passinj.
the  trains   would  piefer  to  hlop outside
for  lunch   to   going   agaia.st   the  station
luuch counter, for in  those day's the, railroad  lunch counters  were the kind  that
they  make jokes about.    Billy set a  lirst
class table, and his place was known all
e  line.    He  always   (rented   tl
1 to run ii «'»i dollar. .,„ ,Vvo "7""1- .\.*..,y
,-t of, New ' *\"' ^ <>»'y da vrnXdZ,1^
■lotive boll !        H-Vhf'  •*■••<' <>«'>'  ». , n1""""   '
Olij.-l i
Munit
J-7'"^'V.i]
*■■ '^li-cff
■0f'V^v4
"long   tin
'•"""'ii foi , „„„,
, , " "as a matt,-
foM'h,. came out of t'u, ....
<!"..g io hi,,,; ,lllt u ?v., M ,J,»'-'A,},
doling  n,,„„.     Then   ih       "' ''*"
f roiiiltl-i-s   1k*-'I)1   Iii  t-„ ra!l"«,i
-ilroad boys well, and th^ ivci^aled \'ait'\ ^  ". ^ Ml "£'%**«<>
by,  (in-ninar   considerable   nat roua w   l.i «l I'^')..;'  ""!" over the ,-o;ui ,  /;'' '•*
■<' '«'!>' used  U, n,    ,,-   ,"'' i
| '«<•«• rM-cnu-d faniilia,-  !   (i'Jr ,!r'''i -
.wa, making a good thing Ilt" tbe'busS I o"^     U   «'«»   "1,1 ' |j,, . ^JUlf_
*<- .a   logjtiuiate   way   w|n.,i   the   tide  of    S ,IK ' l" !^
emigration to the west set in. ■ ■.". *^  (SW
"Hilly   "'as able to'speak  scveril Inn-       Mrs   v,    ,-r t>lnn'** **»->.        fM
!«...«.-. .u.d tho foreigiJers e^y^JZ l,onm^^;^^„-,  ^ *•*< ,t «*»
patronage   his
way.    When  there  was a stop" for kiu^*i>
aiid the crowd went across to Billy's, one i svhet
uf the boys wtuij/l watch and let the people know  when  it  was train  time.   Billv
| mail..
I old felloiv boating <|,e
i Aw    raiI'■,).(,j
<imm
uei
 t*
this and  would seek hi
m out.
me spongi.
""-•H'.'.-of foreign ..ewapn^ 0^13 I *"^ 'v' '^■""^"i"^?.'
ou  occasion   would  act'ns  batdSei!   6!l]     -■•- -\Vwlf tt'"»-WI-n, ,.
I'V'ISf.
•Vewly wed-
AIl,<-   \i-n|yu*(.,|.
prayei
'' Ca n ny,
as Aveel ^.
Chirsty   Toihl.    That   nraver,
ken.    was   learned "     *
. . .v.mii-u out of a
hook. I he which was Icnded to me for
the purpose,by'a dying stationer."
'S'e're   a    pair   crittnr   if  ye .canna'
make   up what, to -say yersel'.    J)o you
think you'ILever be an elder!-   Xot.you."
"Wha wants to be an elder:'"
"Xono   of   your   blasphemy,   Tammas
Haggart."
What's wrang with the prayer?"
Gang through it   in   your; head, audi
you'll soon see that."'
Tammas repeated the prayer aloud, but
wltllOUC eriH.*-....	
Eirn.i i.iii - i -Cft <h.° c-i-'ln*?*- from a good
sued bill m his nnx ety to reach the u-ifn
heforo ,t started that Billy thought'  h"
,     ,: * J Lve7, !hnicillt •"niter for him
,   _  ..v ...iiui'i  ior nun
i) obtain an old locomotive bell, and he
ad  this rigged  itn ■--■  ♦>■*  '--
to
h
tin
up m the front part of !
JRotllld       ......     uiunitlCl  ^
waihts again show proniijnntb laii*.
hibit of b-piiiig h-t^,Ie^•
Til .     >.,,.,     i t-.IMJII     io
the bolero and Eton jackets me tos;;
among  the  proitiinent  fauhiyiis o: -,
j spring nnd summer. /
Xew weaves in crepe de chine as,J3
fon are now especially craped fore,
ing uses.   They ate,made up n-j w*<*J
possible without solid  fouii'latioub,'
taffetas in jet black bcin-,' lirst cLf.'x
Thex new .!«>« ct-s..»»  ■
ten tion
"I'm
immediate ' at-'
Chi„ty nearly ^T™^       ^UWUP°»
ing him.
"Did
the   length of shak
Then
1, however
think of the
ladies of Bul-
Plied'Chi^.'   feCC   off^-fendeil"re-
off the fender,
immediately,
re-
he, has said, when cast-
ins*- his mind back to this period, "it's
hard to me to believe that the iinhumor-
oiis man swithering at the foot of Tilly
that nicht was really 'Tammas Haggart,
nnd no just somebody dressed up in Tnni-
nuis Haggart's image.','
ll' it was hard 10 Tammas,   how much
harder to the like of us.
eaten
our
'or
iSC
ipir-j.,
his
la.*t
our
and
u-ius.
one of
her grand folk
Bii
An Kxploded 'I'hoory.
lggs—It's all noiLseiise about there
bfiing honor among thieves.
Boggs—Yes?
Biggs—I'm .sure of ir.    I
.111 account of a   plumber
i»p by footpads.
iaskets on theii
assure ye Chirsty's   lauded
them said, "for  she   h
after all."
".Ay," said the other, "and Tammas is
no in. so she'll no need to explain how
her man's so king ami thin
was when she exhibited h
bit  '"
lljjrl
by what he
at    Balrih-
"Tell me my name
quested Tammas.
"That's what's troubling ye?"
"It is so.  What's my name?"
"Sal, whatever ic is,    1   wish it wasna
mine."
"Your grand folk called me James."
"So'I noticed."
"How was'that?"
"Ye ccnldna expect the ljke of them
to ken the ins and outs of your name."
"Nane "of your tricks, wuinan ; I wasna
born ou a Sabbath. It was you that said
my name was Jeames; ay, and what's
more, ye called iue Jeames yoursel'."   '
•'Do ye   think I   was   to co*"'"
folk like-the Balribbie family?
"Comer here, eonter   there,
bottom   this.    They
Balribbie."
"Weel, I think ye michfc have been
glad to take the credit of that."
"It's my opinion," said Tammas,
"that ye've been pretending I was
Jeames Pitbladdo."
"Ye michfc have been proud of that,
too," retorted Chirsty.
ma   ye   not pray   this minute, "she
said,"    'for the heads of   this house, and
also the childrenthereof:-" " ,
'"•I did'so."
"And have ye no' repeated these words
every nicht for near tnree years:-"
"And what nbouz that?"
"Tammas. Haggart,    have     we    any
bairns? Is there 'children thereof?' "
Tammas used to say that at this point
he took his feet off the fender. When he
spoke it was thus:—
death, Chirstv
"As   sure   as
thooht of that."
His   intention
I  never
was
_ to soothe the woman, but the utter- unreasonableness of
the sex, as he has pointed out, was finely illustrated by the way Chir.-ty took
his explanation.
"Ye never thocht-of it!" she exclaimed,
     you're   a    most
^make change if people ^/S
Billy   told   us of that first   -nn,]
r.,* h.until   we  were" tired of hearing
iiaS L!'°:r!b^ . USt   »™   «"uoh   ho
and pattern, and their succe
To give, the full expand
lower-part of tho dress skirt an* S'-t.fi-j-JISs'i
success U 3»aS|tSIffl
riding eftcct io-ife^BO
,son,e accordion  plaited ^ikVsJMlrSS
ed.
. just   how   much
•nit   there had   never imnn  o.,,t.      1 »..,.. • •     -i.~. i *•-* **■<>■«»a ->im. ^ f^ct,n^sv>&
enu.ro uereil in deep patterns on it
er edgfc.    »
•'Aftei
that  it  was a
Billy didn't clear "up fi
1
1 want to
I had been at
ggarc could
„ c   night it
-lie jumped   to his
just
being
read
held
"What do ye mean, ye linnners?" cried
Haggart. stepping into sight. "I was
never at Balribbie."
They slipped past him giggling, with
the parting shots—
"Chirsty can tell ye what
"As sure as death," said   Tammis, "if
i dinna clear this np   I gang to BaJrib-
;bie for licht on't."
and
we   mean.
The folnt of View.
I- nddy-||   is  thc „nine      .
" "li,. eveiyihii,.r
hn 111 or as
I-'"'- »|.on ,l,-„S-orA   *°°d  dl i('
i-,l>"*''-1  was Tolfet,  for
»'""fd  l..v Clomrlifs  hillv-o-.t      Ir ..
f<"' did,, . l.-uiyl, ;l bit.- Does,,',   ,pp,,-to
,,,>;,"V -sense of limnor "    -
view, .1 Mippo*-,.
instance, who u-.-i--
nu-d
"i'i.1
m
§M.
in Toilet. <     *-
know. '   V0li can't
,   ,    '   ™ry  heart ih   at
on  behind  his hack     \i,,l
Dnddy-Oh, I don't
e.\pi-ct a aiiin [0 Jauu
"bat is goin
'"And so can Jeames Piihliuldo."
Haggart   probably   sent   hi* under lip
ovur the iip]jcr one,,for that Was his way
when   troubled.     Me   was   aware     that
Chir.iiy hail very nearly married Pitbladdo, bur,   these   women   mean   something
else.     Without   knowing that he was doing so. he marched straight for his house,
up   the   outside   stair
when the   door opened     nnri t>«-«   Jadie,-.
Hag-
She looked me in the face   afc   that,"
Tain mas used to say as he told the
"and when she saw the
"Titmmas,   ,,„.. ..v,   ...    most   aggravating
man."1       ' '
In his humorous period, ling
have stood even this, but tha
was beyond bearing .   . .
feet and stumbled to the door.
" Chirsty _ Todd,"    he   turned
slowly   andemphaticaliy
tid.    But beware, woman,
than Jeames Pitbladdo   as
hiccup."
Chirsfy luid strange cause to remember
this prophecy, but at the moment ii only
sent  her   running  lo the door.    Tan
was half-way down Tillyioss al
she caught him   in the   bad
stone:—
• ■ Giiid-nieht, Je.une.-;."'
,   With these words tlie Th
began
The rumors of full gathered lio'i>f
skirts that have reached,, Amem.*.,
already materialized among, sonic 0/
diaphanous, evening - toilets for -*!<
women, and all the fashionable In-
have them nmong their,new spiins
sit mmet- models.
di
to   say,
"you're ii vain
there's   other
can   take th'n
m nas
'-"■idy. but
with    this
In   making  up   lll0   nfiw     ,  . „
- ....n:, me .v,i
seam niflde to come under tlie ri£ht f
ot. the box plait at the hack, or, n-hc
narrow width materials are in
gners ■ •
".For a time Billy was content to worl;
the     game     legitimately—that     is,     In-
wouldn't ring the hell until it was a|ino*-I      .„„  „ nun materials arc in hatnl. s>u»
train'time.     Then   he  got  to giv-ing  the    «s siimmej-silk, taffeta and lU lii.e, t
bell a  few yanks almost as soon  as the    seams may without ditliculi.v be biou;
peofile" had sat down   to table.     In   thai    to  the  urulerfold  of any desired plait.
way   he  got   the   nxmey   without   giving    New York Tost,
change  and   iu   n  good   many   instances
snved the meals, too, altliotigh once
while   the  emigrant
thing  in   reach   and
it j with his hands "full.
'-"   devised
""mild   -jr..,-,   ,.w.,-y
sc-dot   ror  t[i(.   , u,;n
After awhile   Hilh
HJn  PleHsInj- Wuv
.Snarley-How did he b
1-^
i..
Itir'i
Vow—He'll
bini yes lord
it was (he fun,
ecome so popu
i-pponc   the story  you   told
■"'.»• t» you today and say tli-it
yy.*:.cuseHe,irtyai'nheem",Ji;!"cJ-
f';A
rl''«,''
and \vas halr-way
opencd,   and two   >
a(coni]ianied by Chirsty,  came out.
gart did not tjven kno^v   >vhat they ^v(-re
like, though   lie was   to   become such an
authority on the female face and   fi
He stopped, wanting   the   courage
on and the discourtehy to turn   brick
he nn-rely stood politely in theii
Chirsty gave her, curl*
as she saw him, but he
nowledged.
"This is himsel',"   she 'said, with the
contempt a   woman   naturally   feels
^11 re.
to go
.    So
way.
s an angry shake
had   to   be ack-
"I never pretended to ye," said Chirsty, "but what it was touch and go my
no marrying Jeames Pitbladdo."
Tammas nodded.
I'Tho   Jeddies   at   Balribbio   thocht it
was him   I was to marry."
- "I daursay."
"They dinna   ken   about   you at that
time."
"Thev   dinna   seem   to ken  about me
yet."
"Jeames used to come about Balribbio
a' heap, .and they saw he was after me,
and Miss Mary often said to 111c was I
fond of him? Ay, and I said he was daft
about me. Then he spierced me, and
after that they had him up to the house."
"So, so, and that was the   time he got
■rums   Odj-ssey
fTO BE OOvrjvTTJtDj f
The Stuff Beetle.
As you walk by the Iiedgeslde a
strange noise suddeniy arrests your attention. It Is the buzz of an insect,
but loud enough to startle you. It
might bo mistaken for the reeling of a
night jar, but it is' perhaps more like
the jarring hum of a fastly driven uio-
her husband.
'I'h us cornered,
mouth wide, to
taken
for
Ir
\n<   Very   Connol Inir.
.  Humorist-The editor mnkcs fun o( my
NUJ  !;',C ; C0l,ll»e.    That's more   |,.„,
«-■*-" «l>le to ^^-Ouci^Vews-.
-Most
n you
Tammas    opened    his
have   his   photograph
is it were, by tho two ladies.   The
elder smiled and said,
"J am glad to make your acquaintance,
.la 111 es."
'J'ammas thinks she
could never swear to
with her quick   way   of
,,-,-,...r°'"e "" "s " "••■? 'I'onel.t If
said   more,    but
it.    To   keep up
.    speaking was a
race for him, nnd at the   word   "James"
as against a .stone.   When he
"hut my
a look that
ye no?" she
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he stumbled
caine U> himself.
"Thank ye, mom,"' he
nuine—"
Here   Chirsty   gave   him
made him lose'his'words.
"Let the leddies pass, can
exclaimed.
I-'or a moment   Tammas   did   not   6ce
how they could pass, unless   by   returning to the hoiib'o, when he   could   follow
,theni and. so get rid of himself,
had the idea of descending.
"At the sauie time,'.'- he said,
uj) the.lostiwords, "my name—"'
"Dinna. argy bargy with the .teddies,"
said Chirsty, ■tripping down tho stair like
a, lady herself,, but not hoisting the color
that Would at that' moment have best
become-her.. ','''.'■'
"YoU   must   come   out   to    Balribbio
again and see us, James,'-' the elder lady
remarked by   way of good-night.
'.Tamilian turned a faco  of appeal to his ,
other'. visitor, who   had   been   regard ing '
Then he
picking'
the tea
"It was so, and then I 'gave up my
place, them promising to come and visit
me when I was settled."
"Ay, but Jeames creep!fc off after all."
"Weel 3-0 ken \b was his   superstitious-
ness made him give me the go-by."
"I've heard versions of the "story frae
folk in the toon, but I didna credit them.
Ye- took guid care never to tell me about
it yoursel'. Ye said to me it was you
that wouldna have him, no that he
wouldna take you."
"He wanted me, but he was always u.
.superstitious man, James Jitbladdo. He
was never fonder of me than when we
parted." '
"All I ken," said Tammas, "is that
he wouldna buy the ring to ye, nnd that
imi^t either have been "because he didna
want ye when it came to the point, or
because he was a michty greedy crittnr."
"He's no greedy; and as for no caring for me, it near broke his heart to
give me tip. There was tears on his face
when we 'parted/.." '   7,
"Havers! what was there to ''keep.him
frao buying the ring if he wanted, it?"
"His superstitibusness."
"What   is   there
ring:'"
good thing
„, inn* that he was inclined
to think that all money tiint came in with
emigrants belonged to him. That led
him to work tlie game.pretty strong, niai-
once or twice he narrowly escaped
ous trouble. It was just wh
doing the best business that
-• population of over hiu.tKKMW.
II is estimated that at the be*m,niD:j
of the'new oenlm-y England will li-uej
S-\aOu,000,000 tons-of coal still urn:*,!
and available.
Professor Mau. (lie profound sfinknti
is trouble      r       -*••■.-   .--icapcu  i*e--         """"-■■-■. , £§»-?-��
'"•"« the best b\iSssThVVr'  '"'  r;'"- ,l,;?foss0r Jlnu. <"o profouml srutaM
me.    He had go - ,o   • ', , , ^ ""il^T °    ! 0,»I,c,,a» "'Uiouities,  prows co.iM
«-y   valve   fw,.,;,'               ;;|  '  "«• *»*?** Ibnt Pompeii was a well pin-.-tl
%^^h^T*::;L;;:: ^.y u ym h^c **^m
,                   "o""*d   -10-v    things   w.ml.l ,    „     ,„     ,      '                                      ,t%&#
stand, lifts his win
on
..0 cases, shakes
out his wings and begins lo agitate
them violently, turning this way aud
that to make sure that bo has a cleat-
space.
If be then attempts to fly—ft Is ono
of his common blunders—he Instantly
strikes against some brunch or cluster
of leaves and is thrown down,
tumble'does-not hurt hhn;in the
but so greatly astonishes him
* The
least,
remains motionless a good while-'uHuT
recovering his senses, |,e bog H ' '
ceiifl again.    At  length
sa
thro
mig
end
"A party .of Swedes came in the place
one day, and Billy gave them the grand
holdup. Even he acknowledged •later that
they got the worst of it. It might have
been three months after this little episode
that a second party of Swedes struck
Billy's place.    One of them, apparently
s one of the
 ,,   ..nd   ho could
speak   I-.ngli.-5h   after  a   fashion.     Billy 1
didn't   leniM   iim*   ..-."-••   wa8   t00  latt, \
'a place.    ~~.. u. lucm,
the lender of the crowd, wa.-
biggest  men   I  ever saw,   at
speak    English   after   a   fasl
.7:1  •■   ■
'"'I   learn   (hat
until- it
logins to as
_ . after a good
many accidents and adventures by H'e
way. he gets on to the topmost twig.
and. after some buzzing to get up
steam, launches himself beavil" -•" ■'
air and   goes  nwna-'   o*  grand   style.—
SLAVES Td
goes  away
I.ongniau'a.
said,   "I
you   again?"
Tammas,   "for
Private Oyvhg.SSie ^'^!SSSd~"? fe-urf
14« Primes St., Winnipeg, Man.
Iii.111 curiously
"Do yiHi know, James, "she
would not have recognized
"Very like," answered
ye nevei- saw me."
A'Be ashamed of yourself, James,"
cried Chirsty, shocked to hear husband
ol! hers contradict a lady.
The young lady, however, ohly smiled.
"Oh, James," she said, playfully, "to
think you have forgotten iue, und 1
poured out your tea that duy at Balribbie with my own ha&d,"
' tf
superstitious about a
"It'wasna the ring; it was the   hiccup
did it." . ,
" "Ay, I heard there was a hiccup Jn the
story, but I didna fash about it." :■
"Jeames did though, and it was a veiy
ipieory thing, I can tell ye, though I
didna put the wecht on it that he did.
As many a, one kens for by me, ho walked
straight to Peter Lnmbio's shop, to buy
the ring, and just as he had his hand on
the door he took the hiccup. Ye ken
what a -superstitious man Jeaines is."
"If   I   wanted   a   wife   it's  no hiccup
would stand in the road." ..'     '    ■
"Because you're ower
.superstitious.   And .!<
at lirst try,    He was hack at tlie sh
ne.vt niuht, and there he took   the hiccup
again.    Then he came to mo and   said lu
terrible disappointment   U3 it   Would    hn
•■   it's
1 1
ignorant   to   he
anics didria give in
op th<
A  Hartford fire Insurance co!ii]>:t.'J',i
ias  purchased  the  bouse of Wllliamf.
'•nifty.   In   Hint city,   which,   in  17!l^)k_W4M1
wjis the first in tbe country to k-I*f-^g&f&S
s»rp.l against destruction bv lire.       Ip||«|
I'lR's mlllc Is lu,uer discussion in «'" y^fiSsB
I'l'oncli   chamber  of  deputies,  a p-ii- -i-^'^aPj
J'on having been sent lo it nsking tiui B^iW
'-« «se may be pennitteil as ,..,..,ht i^^ggg
">^nt for babies.    Some doctors favor Ji'-^-t^gJ
-r>JH'*.J
1 •'Av-.wHl?
■M«9rSn, *->•-),»
it
a       ;ture' Pr-.Ch?se's Ointment.     :
f$*ra
ttac
or'SevicS^
e  r     'f   V0 a ?»»--«■•• odour, but the-- do not
Cl. V,d ,    i'.'0', a"' and signature of Br.A.«
ox   .d °   K'"v is " guarantee you wi" '
._„_.=,uie 11
iio-
atNii3,P" H(c!'!iin«"',''otired  fanner,
atlMlcstown, Middlesex county, OU., '•'''!*<-<
!w«d?j<S^"^wnW
_. ...   submitting
iition -by a  physician;
is the dread of
many from eeok
Tl''.!na \W'-\ ej-«mi'n.
,(rri.^ld?i7here
11 Villi?*
as-  fVlii!l0'V,,'Ili(id,^^Count"v;()«:t7      ,
ye«rV?7,im,d,rte'Hn«  "ilcs for four or livi>
I I • d'l '■    1 K!',l:c,,'?d  i'HonsD agony at tiuio.-
ik' h ihaI   a,,n^f'everything, hut ro.iNU"*
D   firi lmt, '""-d  «ivo relief.   On heiiriiitf
<■>' P.i. Chase'rt Oiii/>,.,.„i   1   , L1 .. Im.v,
•b
uJl
di
Hue-
es, and some
f ;.•■,'' ,-'° bc U,(i  '»csl remedv obtainiilik'
1011    lecdinR- or nrotruding j.iles.','
ou can   buy Dr. Chase's  Ointment   ,n,m
your deal
■o I sen,  i.„ illei', fo1' fiOeonisV'box," or "it will *»
l^t,V^"!,1i.15n ™9eipt of
 — ..^wpi 1^1
son, lintos .feCo., Toronto,
price- by Kduiiii"*
;i»jii<
7«oun
r^si;*tWay
l.7?Jy/ri€of th
f r^fvery
7>fff;
ilMiilii^
sc*iTOR^';-jatit:j.TR^^f,J^'5ia«i^;1,^
mxaaaJniimimnmtwaaiaiKri.mMf.umi
ntwmma&mtui
fe^ ^r^^^i^^" "K" -"^"'"JassKi'^iiacasKs:  "r-����Pgia*lfc��>M��a��bT-a-|.JH)aWr*il * ,"r.*>iMS=E3BgtSC*ag!ia,S  tayif^3gs3Egaar<��g-;  way when constiu���Led to h"  by the Government thro-,* ���-.���,.  mis-ion.  1G. A.   railway-   l/ridi."  c ;)t'i ate-  f.      f-Avl  o   be  ir^^  -      "-'ill,  "*> !.'l,,|..  ' UlP [���  'J ...v.,*,  ' "ifltlK  '-,f ll'l. |  ���"���I'Jtlll,,  '��   U,..|���  ���< 'I   0;  "-    'I   i'i.  1 ll1'-' k-,;  railio;,,!  "I> 'ire,  Hil- la,,  "-1 1 noi,  't.'nii in -  '��    ti.r-  I-'* li,-,t,|  I ���*,i!!,,  -   .v.-.  ���er Martin   -Pub-  <c * . ���  piles His Views.  --' ni����  I.,',... |A  'dined  y  ��tb iai>J  I    III') i'i.;.  nietos;j  i'jiis o; -,  line ai,i ^  'd for k,'  r-'in ������:  1 styi j-,  m  ml  uit-s sti  fnbriu  invos ��  diaiitj,  I'i-pii*, ���  in c,"'!--.^^^  i is 3��^^S  sffect ioi^f  sheer L  sii it*!  'tsflT,  ted <V  the siii  'Sht /*,,  *,    Wild  nd, sin  liU>. tl:  bi oiigi.  plu.it.-  uirsniij  Ik.'.lt 1 j  veiean  w illlil I  illlliD.'  I have J  iiu;*t*i j  ins to you as  the  Premier  *���**���*' *   ,     j ' i  nee. I   beg   to   lajr   before  ,form of the   new   Govern-  i      -" v t  llows :  oiition' of the $200  deposit  a'B for tbe Legislature,  ���inging into force,  as   soon  cuts can be completed,  of  Registry system,  edi-itribution of theconstit-  hc basis of population,  al*  arscly  populated  districts  palely large  representation  ulous districts  and ' cities,  nact'meut  ol - an   accurate  Jiifiapraji'bverninent scaling of logs,  enforcement.  enactitnent of tbe diaal-  )r Regulation Act 1898, and  : statutes 6f 1899, contain-  Mongolian clauses if ditj-  proposed by the Dominion  patent.  "take a, Arm stand in* eyo'ry  itiiblc -#ay with u vi'ev/ of djs-  ej the spread of Qriorjtal cheap  this Province.  Sroyideyfor official   inspection  ngs, machinery and works,  ���w to compelling the adoption  safeguards to lifo and health.  ti  regard   to  tho  Eight-hour  government will continue   to  law as it  stands.    An   im��  quiry will be mads  by   the  Mines into  all grivences  :d in oonnoction  with   its  with 'a view of   bringing  raioable settlement,   If  no"  pie" of  and  a  jn at the  general   election  as  K*ffi   "  ther the law shall   be. repealed.  w ia feua'.ained by ^tbe  vote  it  1      '* _j" '  etaiued upon the "statute book  penalty   clause.    If    niodifi ,  iu.be mucin   removing,, any  of.  ion, brought   about,    without  ig  the   principle   of    tbe    law,  1' Ixi adopted."  If   Mm   vote* is  it tbe law will Wo repealed,  i    io-'-ntabin-h     tht.*      London  of British Columbia, aud lu  'ry eOectiVv' ineauo- ol bringing  iie* Kriti-h   pnl-ik-   the   inlvmi  its ifovmV.i, a-* a place lor ihe  !e invoaim. nt of t'.iptial.  'lie iciaiuing  of   tin-  1'rnvnice   -ir   an   .la^et fur  of Hi ' u-'^pia,*,.-��:i-l t.ikiug <dlec-  asuri'-j  to   pic-veiii    the   aiiona '  the p'ublib  dj.u'.iiu. ���i.-xcep'i   to  .cKkns'o'r for actual   bona   fide  ic*?**. orindustrinl   purposes'   put-  Lunl (^ the practice of.--pecul.it*  mnoolion w'itli the same.  con- !  structed in connection uiii) tlio Moo !  tenay railway across the Fiv.--<*r uver,  at or,near iYcw \V>sttmn.'*l'M-, and run-  ning poy/era given over it to any railway company applying f,,r tho same,  under proper condition.--.  17. In cube it ia thought at any  time advisable to give a bonus to any  railway company, the f-amc to be in  cash, and not by way of a, land  j 'mowed him well, an' he'd been losing  [ 'juite ;-. littlu mor-y.''  , A iiric-r jrerk-d: ,-A hhetwe intervened,  j Ourin,'1- which the oid jr.an strol*:ed hi=  j wliislfcra three viinor Then he re-  ujnfd.hifs diRcourse:  "An' then ug%i)i, Vs-a seen the cards  iun a^in a man all ni^nt. J remember  one nkjlit, when I was denlincrfa.ro l>Gi-k  in Ciiicago, there was a man playing���  he v..-is the brother of wme senator; 1  forget his name now���an' he lose 33 bet**  riglit straight off the reel.    He gets    a  . him his money. He takesitan' looks at  l it a moment- then he h;in/ih it back  again, all but ��10, an' he eays to jne:  'Here, take your monej-; I don't want Uj  take, no ad van Inge of you. 1 only  ���wanted to double my money. If it's so  easy for a man to win who never played  tiie game before, what must it be for a  man who knows bo-.v to play?' Well,  I nearly fell off the chair, but I don't  let on that there's anj'tbing surprised  ne.   I says to the man -    '3.1 y friend, you  lietter take your money; you -win it fair  stnnd-off now an' then, 'but he never | an," square, an' you may want it bime-  picks abet off the layout.   Biineby he   by.'   But he won't take,it, so I put it  win a few bets, but putty soon he lose  ag-ain, an' along to'rds midnight I guess ���  f?r:ui ' j beds putty near broke. He reaches down  and no such bonus to be   granted   ex- ['in his pocket and pulls out a $50-bill,an  cept upon tne   condition    that  a  fair ' be hands it over an' says:' 'Put that oh  amount of the bonds or shares   of   tlie ��� 1he five"'    ' I Vut il on thc five- nn' 8he���  ������ ' '   i r' - ', i lose   the   next .turn.   Well, that-man  company be tiansferred   to   the   Pro\  ince,  i/ive  lose   the  he just gave one gasp im' fell back in  his chair.       Some of the players that  was sitting 'longside of him began to  rub his hands, an' one man called for  , . , .water.   They thougjit he'd fainted. But  vision made against such railway liav-   j loo]ccd at him just onco an. j says.  and  tbe  eflective  Province,  means   taken 'io  control     of    the'  freight and passenger rates,   and   pro-  ing any liabilities,againet it except  at,  actual cost.  18. To take away from tbe Lieulen-  'Oh, no, he ain't fainted; he's dead.'   Ye  see, I'd seen a'fellow die just'like that  once before, an' I knowe'd tbe signs."  Then   the   solemn-looking' member  ant Governor-in-Conncil any power   lo i sjioke up again and remarked  "^\-{'&j^mKtiiteaohQd the principle  i l.iirtr'W-wa^^w'&iHluni will be npplied   an  make substantive changes in the law,  confining the jurisdiction entirely ,!o  matters of detail in working out the  laws enacted by tlie legislature.    ������      '  19. The" establishment of an institution within the Province for the edu  'cation of ihe Deaf-and Dumb.  20. To -rc-pea! ��� tjjp iUjen p-i-olueion  act, as tho f.ecsony justifying ilp enactment no longer o.ljtaib.  UJ. An amicable settlement ol the  dispute with 'the Dominion Government as to Deadman's Island, Stanley  Park and'other lands, and an airange-  merit with Mr.' Ludgste, by which, if  poepible, a ..sawmill, industry may be  established and carried on on Dead-  inan's Island, under satisfactory ''conditions, protecting the interests pf the  public. -   ���  22. Proper means of giving technical instruction to miners and prospectors.  WelL now I'll tell you people just  one little stor}**. It's little, but it's true.  T see a fellow go up against the faro  bank up in Johnny Mack's one night and  he only has half a do]?,ar to begin with,  and he begins to play ihe high, card, and  I'm. blamed if ha dpn'i'beat eVery turn  through,;,. whi'Ah de.y\t from tox* to bottom. At j,ftenusi or tb��/lt.-ci't,helin.-jalx��*ut  H-V' '���o "'   ',' '  Hiiftw mncli. did hb bet at a time?'"  aske<I  the   smof,tli-faced,   dark-haired  member with th.^treak q�� gray ftt bis  temples. -^       **  .    '  "Only 50 cents, five white ehipa, all  T.he wajr through the deal."  "Then he couldn't have had $10. even  if he beat every turn, -tor'mere are only  25 turns in a deal,'*   ���  "Aw, eay," you're too particular. Qe  might have bet' a little more toward the  last.   Anyway, he had about $16."  "Did he- win any more or did he lose  it all again?" inquired the member with  the flowing gray mustache and the  slouch hat.  .   "I. really don't know, ��� I came fiway  -Just'then." '  ���'You must have bevB broke."  "Why?"        ' '    ,,  "SLse a t-a&m oi ho^gfis. couldn't imvo  dragged you away."  "Oh, I don't kfiow," 1 guess I've come  away winner as often aa most people."  "Yes, I guess that's so, too.'! ���..  "Talk about being broke," resumed  fnct  w  list  ���Tc  NOTICE.  AH local labor union? aro  invited to'  attend a convention  for  the  purpose  of taking political action in   the 'coming Provincial election.,   Every  union  will   be  entitled   to  one   delegate   for  every fifty members and fraction thereof.    This convention to be held  under j old Scho, who.had been.smoking vigor  the auspices of  the   Western   Fed er. ���* i ously while the others were   talking,  tion of Miivr? at Pernie May 1.-st.  <���       I "reminds,me of one time when mean'  _: ,  ! another'fellow'out in Chicago run a  YAENS   SPUN, BY  GAMBLERS. | **ro bank for three days with only $5    ; in the bank roll.   You see, we had the  -,���,",,      _,      '   i     ���       .  .        .  I use of the rooms and the layout, but we  Old   Soho's.-Biffgrest,    Soraton   at . couldn<ti ^t no monev>   so   %ye   just  Keno and Faro. .       .   i thought we'd take a chance.   W had   ������ * several close calls.   One time ti' fellow  JKuii Acaiust IIlui���BuimJnff a Fn.ro  -   Bailk "with  Only a Flve-  Dollai- aoll.  $�����-���1  il  The taking   of   -.tctive  measures  <; .systematic exploration   of  the  ill  Ilium ..-  nice.  The horrowing uf money for the  ��� of providing roads, trails   and  ies, provided   that  in   every   case  mmy   m-cessary to    pa\y the   in-  nd riinking Hind in   eouneotion  e loan -3I111II be, provided by ad-  riio sran WUo Died A.tt<sr the CaTds Kiid {had out about $200 worth of chips, but  ��� he kept a-playing, an' of course ho lose  ��� it all back again. Another time some  ��� small players got $-1 of our 95, an' things  ' looked mighty blue for us. At last  .' there came along a fellow with   a   big  wad one night, an* the cards go agin him  ' from the start.   Putty soon   we   bad'  about $1,000 of his   money; ' then   he  strikes a lucky streak, an' win it putty  : near all back again,' but he don't quit,  .' an' bimeby lie lose again', an' he keeps  j on a-losin' until about five o'clock in  J the morning, when he gets, up an' says  [ he's broke.    An' how much money do  since the reform wave came along and j ye s.]XkSe we win oil that fellow?"  i     "Oh. about   a.   hundred   thousand,"  "It does beat all how cards will some-  ; limes keep a-riinnin* all  one way for  T j  t long lime," remaiked Old Scho, apro-  ���*-- , ' , 0.3 of nothing in particular, during an1  resource.-- >   nfornir-i meeting of the Gladstone club,  \\[V ,  i.-* j.�� toyed with a stack of red chip?.  .-* hich, like ail their blue and Avhit-e and  >-cllow   companions in this city, have.  become    n.si-less,   except' as    counter<s  in an innocent game of whist or casino,  closed ii)) nil the places where men used  to gamble on the green, says au Alban-,  correspondent of the New York Sun.  Old Scho heaved a meditative sigh, rc-  flcdively stroked his white chin whin-  kcr-*:, and-looked up and around to observe whether any of the other mem  hers wore listening to him. ITa". ing satisfied himself that there were at least,  three or four who were willing to give  willing ears to thc yarns that he spins  on the isligbtestprovocation, or no provocation' at all. ho continued:  "I  remember one night, years ago,  when   Paddy  Martin was running    a  keno joint up here in Broadway, 1 made  taxation so   as  not   to impair j i]}C j/;^^ scra{ch of ray life,   lt was  j like this:   I'm broke, yn" I'm just, going  itli   the   con- \ out wheu a friend o* mine comes in an'  'Lemnie have ten dol-  back in the drawer, an, lie walks out."  ,At this point all the members arose,  formed a .semicircle in front of the old  man, bowed low before him, and then  filtered out into the silent night.  ,     WHAT~ANIMALS   SHY  AT.  3<Mne of  the innslons from Which Thoy  Softer.   >���  Young horses can be Jed up to aeack  lying on the ground and induced to pass  it by letting them smell it and find out  that it really is a sack, and not the Protean thing-, whatever" it may be, which  illusion conjurea tip for them. Once  the writer saw a very quick and pretty  instance of experiment by touch made  by a frightened ponj-*. It was being  driven bb leader in a pony tandem, and  stopped short in front of where tho'  rails of a steam, tramway crossed,the  road. It firet srnelled the hear rail, and  then quickly gave it tWo taps with its  hoof. After thia it STta satisfied, and  crossed the line.' ,6a ��he other hand,,a  donkey always tried to jump tho shadows of tree- trunks oq. the road, though  a similar experimont oi touch would"'  have shown that'these were aa unreal  as the tram rail was substantial. .Lastly, no horse, which has once knxxjked  its head againBt the top of a stable doorway seems quite able to get rid of" the  illusion that there* sita up in the top of  all doorways an invisible , something  which will hit Mm again, next time he  goes through. Hence the troublesome,  and eornetime*"* incurable, habit of  horses "jibbing" when taken out'of the  stable.     (  This is an obvknua instance of the disadvantage at which most animals stand  in regard to means of physical experiments. The horse, for instance, needs  only feel the lintel to find out that it ia  fixed and does not moygj and is not alive  and waiting to hit him. But except his  lips, which are fesnftiUva, he han nc  menib&r with wbieh b�� oan xaake this  eapGriment. Except th�� elephant and  the monkey, most of the "higher" animals suffer from this lack of the meatus  of experiment. The wonder is, not that  they suffer from illusions, but that they  make so few mistakes.���Spectator.  The V��r>- Best Rule.  Don't torment yourself about' what  people are going' to think about this  .and that action. Xo matter what you'  do or leave undone some will criticise  you severely, and the very best rule for  getting through life with comparative  comfort is after you have made up your  mind as to the prosperity and advis-  abilhy of a certain eourse pursue it  calmly, without paying the slightest attention to the criticisms of the lookers  on from the outside. You see, just, because they are on the outside th'ey can  only vsee the surface. It does not matter in the least what they think.���Detroit Free Press  ,. ,.,iVLV-l,r'rA5  ;."':��'tUt*SV��M3H*".r   i*.      ,    ,  i tlie ^5|||p^edlL of tho provfneo.  iii'ii- ^'7^ife^if --1- connection w  tii'i77:f^l��i:UCtion   of  Government roads    and  . ,    j-vvTr&JBftSsSfltf  1    ^Vi*WratJ��, u> provide by   the   em ploy men t  !'ff,||jOp^onipctenL   civil    engineura     and  ". ^^iM^e that the Govern ment inonev  .".dJI^P0"-1^-' -'I'1-''! some system   which  I '! Vf^J^t11'   ---'yaulageous   to   the   general  fe^-flW'0-' s0 tl,,lL tlu! oUi  sj'st0'-1   of  Pro*  fej^lgng roads us a special favor  to  sup-  -''r^mi��i^n  ol   tho   Government   niav   be  ,'W^cly   discon tinned.  '  ��%$$$&&*��� To  kuol)   lIl��   ordinary   iinnual  f,  ���H  ,�����-��� -To-adopt a system of Govern-  *��� ^^enl,'''^0ns,'ructiOn'-aud operation;-Of  ^' #S?lways' an-ll.7-mmediiilely���'���' proceed  ^t^Ml^'V'1116; construction on'theaouln  ^^plde of illG .'Fraser'.' river, ' connecting.  i?y4wJe coast with Lh9 Kootenay district,  k^^?lth tllQ understanding that ; unless  fetjhc other railways now  constructed in  h'S^Kle ^rovincc wil1 give fair connections,  t U#fn(ld^a1^ equitable joint freight and  1     ^fwsenger. arrangemon ts,' the   Province  eastern  ^, . ���     _-     Proper  ���5 ^connection with such   Kootenay   i-n.il-  .tW \y to be given lo the Island of  ya'n-  ^oouver. *, With respect to  olher  parts  m^��of the  Province)   to' proceed   to ' give  ^b^ ery-portion of it railway   oonnoction  l}ifH as early a date'as'-possible, the  nol-  hfi  r%vill continue this line  to  tho  -Aponndiiry   of   the   Province  AriLlfV  1)  IJ  [ says to him  hn-s.'will ve?' He puts his hand in hif.  p.ochet arid jnills out ten dollars an*  gives it to me. 1 go iu an* I bet just one  card, for a half dollar, an' I win the pool.  There was $77 in tbe pool. Well. Idon'i  play no more keno that*��night, but. 1  h-o 'over to the White house an' J go up  agin the bank, an* I win $2,700. 1 simply can't lose a bet. I win till tbe time  that, night,"  As those who had been listening were  old and well-seasoned members of the  Gladstone club, whose purpose is, and  !k distinctly specified in its articles of  incorporation, the promotion of Unsocial enjoyment and intellectual development of its members, they did not  t.how that Uiey had been profoundly  i in pressed by Old Scho's narrative. They'  had of ten heard him tell similar stories,  all of which he warranted to be true,  in every detail. But the'old man was.  not discouraged by the apparent want  of .appreciation on the part of his audience. With a, .little preliminary cough,  which had no suggestion of an apology  in its sound, he began again:   ' -     ,  "I remember another time, up in Saratoga, ono night, I see ' Cull Holland  win $55 with two cents off the roulette  wheel in Gale Mitchell's. Then he goes  over agin the faro bank an' wins something like.. $2,000."  This time the solemn-looking member, with the long, flowing, black mustache, felt himself impelled to ask:    y  "How could he win anything with  two cents? They wbuldfl'fc let him put  it down." . ' ii*  ,   "Oh, yen tbey wotifd.   they'd let him  put 'anything down, even a brass but-  ".-   and ia.v him. Um.'   Of  gravely remarked the solemn member.  "Probably about a million, if we let  you tell it," said the fat member.  Old Scho looked up with an expression evidently intended to be one of injured innocence.  "No, gentlemen," said he, "what I'm  telling you is the honest truth. We win  just $5,000 and not a c-entmore,"  "Is that all?" asked the short, stout  member with the smiling face, aud the  stubby black mustache, in a tone, of  deep surprise.  Old Scho took a few vigorous puffs at  his pipe.   Then he began again:  "Say, you people remember the time  when they used to deal draw poker  around the table, just like stud? Well,  iu them days they used to give a prize i  of $100 every week over here in the j  White house for the best hand held. >  Well, one Friday night i sit in the game j  an' putty soon 1 have four aces. That's  the best hand that's been held that  week, an' there's only one day left, so  my chances of getting the prize is putty  good. But a fellow who sit.**, next to me  offers me $10 for my chance, an' I says:  'Give's vex $10.' Some of the other fellows says I'm foolish; but, 1 know what  I'm doing all the time. I know there  ain't nothing more uncertain than  cards. Sure enough, before I'd been  playing a great while longer I hold a  straight flush. An' I soil that, too.  An' I'll be darned if that wasn't beat  the next day by a higher straight flush." --  "Scho, you're ,a bird," remarked the  fat member with great intensity of feeling, and several of the other members  looked at the old man with renewed interest, noticing that he w-as getting  back into his GO-ycar-old form, when, as  all who 'knowhim will acknowledge, he,  was at his best.' , .  . Thus encouraged, and refreshed with  a few more vigorous puffs at his pipe,  which perceptibly thickened theatmos-  phere of the room and gave tho solemn  member a-violent 'fit of coughing, he  came- once more to the scratch, not the  least bit winded:  "The funniest thing I ever had happen  to me was one night when I was dealing  faro bank, ini New York. A, man came  in who said he'd never played faro bank  beforcah' he. buys five dollars' worth of  chips. He says he only wants "to double  bis ���money.- But he strikes-a winning  s-treak nn* he- keeps on a-playing til;l he  has ?S7.   Then he cashes in an' 1 Hand  Itomovc  Grease  From Wool.  To remove n grease sx*>ot from woolen  or silk, thoroughly saturate the place  with turpentine and place' a soft piece  of blotting paper underneath and another on top of the spot and press very  hard. The fat. is dissolved, then absorbed by the paper and isjjntirely removed from the- cloth. ��� Brooldyn  Engle.  Prices G-iven  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything' ,  in the Printing  Line at the  This week we received a very  -choice" assortment of Men's  Neckwear. They're in the  very latest shades &U& pat-  ternsiiand in style you hjEive  your choice of Knots, Four in  Hands, Bows, .etc. You will  :miss seeing the prettiest line,  of neckwear in t]ie city if you  miss seeing our^; aiid then rer  member .aui.j prices' are al?  ways right.  -*a^.vKP.3%  ^���^���^"'tfc.* ^a.���"-*^���>^���>*���>^���>^������^^���>x���,^���>^���,^^���,;:^*.���>l^.���^���>^.��� '^���'?&-;,^.-^.'*-��,  iP  !^  InTnign.se sale of  Bring us your feet  %  Gent'b furnishings,  groe-eiies are complete.  EEII),'CAM1:BELL'&;C0.  *��� ^"^?*^*^*^?^^^^^^*::^::^;:^ -^S**^-^--^ ^^^^^  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles. . .  .3IOYJE,    B. C.  FOE   PRICES   APPLY   OU   WHITE  G. R. MUIR. Mgr.  CANADIAN  BANK   OF COMMERCE.  Paid Up  Capital, $6,000,000.  CRANBROOK BRANCH. J. W. H, .SMYIHE,..MGR.  ;s-^js- ^jt^^ z^ /^j^r^s-i^s-z^. -*^t^ t^^stz^tt^--z^TT^v^r^ /^:^.x7^j^r^  ,. . ��� .   ���'      -,        ...'..: '':.--. jj  The* only .house   in   East    Kootnu. y    ^  ���V-  c  COSMOPOLITAN  ���>��� ���  y  K  Kootnu.  heated^tliroughout^viMighotair.  Firtit- class in^every resiicct.^Special  rates u) boarder!*'. Good sample^ room,  .fortconiniercial nieu.   -,"-.���'  European plan.^Open day and night  K. II. S31ALI, Proi*.  I  i,'  I  CRANBROOK, - -  B.C.  i  ��  Vrjs��i .^..rCv.v^A-^z s/h^Azjs/hs^h. sQzj-ftA-Oz^/ jrf/ .^/_*cOz.a-^l^. ^  ,.A,  .,/V,   ^A,  ' ���Rl  "*l  'I  I  41  in  ���II  ' si  i '/  - f  -''#1  -M  ���?!  H  |  AS  if  !'' -if  i.'  i  -,'. ���,?"!  ,*���- *i*|  ���'.IJ  *     it  .-<E  ,17  ' *-  "Hi  i,  r '  KS  ��a  -t-SJ  i  tfS-ll  I ' '. j  'Mil  ��� xi ������  '���' ,':*"1 kM  hi  ': I- d '7  =M��yje City Leader  -VOYIKOITV. Ii. c  VVHAT DID HE  DO?  landlady was astonished  too.    The cis f  man was astonished, and aboveallJotw '  uZrTCmShf- ?at ^Bht the same  thing occmred, and for a week hiier at  the end of which time the unhappy  tenant moved.    Whenever   tho mystery  CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM.  H0W  t^St.DIS��ase~~J's   developed  .   AND CAN BE AVOIDED  FOrSk?U-Nlc:iSrT^OUb3e ,Baff,cd  Phy^'ian  The Re.��lt    fderStO0-l and Easily C"  Iftc Ke-ult of Scientific Research  .���e.  lu  bJoiu  :*} - t  .'.-"'   ��   rt  ����� Dfxlnd^ed UJn Obnoxlon* Ten-  n:il. tint flotr DJ.1  ac. t)0 lt?  When Jones bired  Mrs. Doolan'  tfcio   front room at  i's select boarding bouse, he  was assured that he would  have  abso  Jute qmcfc dm-ing the nights  and even-  jngs he would stay there. Imagine, then  his disgust when  just a weSr after he  oad transferred his goods  and , chattel  to his new abiding  place  another man  moved ,��� next door-a man with  a lit  eiary tendency aud a typewriter.  He was a business man of some kind  bring j*,  a dyspeptic  young'man   take  off ns coat, light a verv   big  and  is told in awestruck tones afc the {����.  ing house table, Jouesis apt to be Sized i     ti        - "         ���witb peculiar quaking symptoms S' ���ere is a Popular idea that rheu  Doolan, who has brains 'S^Tovn 8 fa^ " '^ *' dxposnre t0 ��*�����  beginning to think he mav have known K   .'har   some   localities are infected  From Ihe Ativan,-,?. Komptvillo, Ont  There '  Show?311 hG SCemed' bul thQ ������������>  When  ive known ,< wirh ic more  say   ihat   such   condirions  frequently  I,  than   others.    Scientists  look- ..- i aSL'S  ti0 Q^stion, Jones     hi^  �� S�� *���      ' fl'��U1 the facc lhat  look, at his own gas jet, as it protrudes    thl7ailme:ut ���n& m certain families it  rlroiu tho wail exactly opposite tho inys   7''  SlfW" t0 be hereditary, and  conse-  enons one. puffs , out  his  cheeks ?nd    qT* * di8eaae ��f the bl���d- '  huigi^, but answers  never a word.-' ,  * gently an individual   in who��e I  family rheumatism   has not Occurred j  * develops the disease, and when diagS I  of the case is made, it, is  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Sympathy.  Tbekron print np  and spake to Wa  strong  father  'Aiid  <h.xfc. the  ailment is due to  a deran-e  ment of tbe blood <-er-uite-.  m   A     .arp stinging-  pain  m t!     back���you think it  doesn't   amount   to   anything���be   all  right  in   a  few  days���but  ir  doesn't  get all right���kidneys are  not doing- their duty, and  the poisonous matter that  they  ought  to  remove  is'  going all through the sys-  temi-causing- rheumatism  gout,   dyspepsia,   heao -  aches, backaches���all sons  of ills.  AU teas arc alike to th<* teapot  will       '  have been  using is the riper  brown of the drawing u"i th  soon   Tea  you  ijoit. ivill hnou.  /Ia  *��� r -> |  nonce between Monsoon ,/"',"- TVo'*'' (!///n'r''tcf,  ,      . <e.vio-, leaan(!Hny      'Jo;  iv��r and  t|K. cJ ^ U.'Q uJy  * -. c.,c cup.    />,, thc fini J,    ' r,c}'u  will   discover   fLs   matchless   /^^^r  -it's the best" eSS   CJUa,uy^  ftSA.  '?  DOAITS KIDNEY PILLS   *5  h<<  S^7^  Ration to run riot far  into the  night  while poor Jones, would lie  there, t?^  Wo  German  are,   mein   zon,"  sorry?  replied  ^at ��^ mS ^fJd^!", tJji��^ ( W^P wiiiof, he alw^ c^sth�� b��rS6"  Such is Uie perfect sympathy existing  between the imperial f����:iL Z.-fV.?. ,a$  moro   forcible - than  77,'"  that   were, much  proper,    (f  ^ Ho had just made up iis winci t  move again when onenieht his oifon  nve   neighbor   yqiJed   out   a  ,oci.' I "o  thf��� evTUg    nnd farf��ed ^ones nto  the room of torture.  "   Jones came, and  suddenly  his ��--,��   *-p  r   ,-^AJjwI  F4-1  d:  m  Most liave the  fimit&tjonsloolc  vzifnk^ but thCy  WtinydelicateiKlN;!  . Tiis Aicchi Toilet Sol�� Co</^  * I  IPS  SW  conse-  brellas go-  balloon.  25 per Cent, off Duty on British iGoods  nes was xiuusuully gay    miliate her. " VV  �� h d ��� -!-t .��� >  off and hu-  ashington Star.  i;  J .!!>  j :^-*l��3 !���;.,-,  ; -t��r   A-i\< t  ii.fc'yJJ;'M  f   ..I,*     ', -li   i > .1 3  f)!!:ilf:/i  1 l!i  ���,, F<  If -; I  atrncf'To   ZAi"7 We"'-' "   "> <='���"*''  rt oisf?rst:.'ahes  His Experience.  Meets���Let us comecto an agreement  ��Xe S2 ?,aX ^^-k and jaWt ���ubea^' ���  a nub - nd f,VPS ��f- ?e ^^ ^^o|  I was S   .tt PnokIjr ^^Hoii, and  nSH";lbf,.��^a^^k;infactli  :eep it  1 u        *  could not  lift   my   band ,  ^;l^IS"ff^clij1^ hips was also  ^leeks���Whnfc do you mean?  -ed by sounds of scranin" m-itohe,  and   wondering  voices.    J       luatchei  on  Repartee.  /  . I  ���������, >aI>'.  IS-1 '.l.'J-i-  fl?* -I'1-*!}!*  , i  ...t'lii  Weeks-I lot a drop of it scafcter over  the back of B friend's note about a year  , "-���-Chicago isews,  mysteriously gone W" W gaS  had  hl.,r,0,i ��� fe oufc' However, unit  blazed again, and things began loan  jn  all  righfc again,  when  one"  mofe  * -*n9��k "      'y ���   ^^        iJ-r.    Williams'   Piuk  speciiic for all disef  A Prouder Record.  tforah (readiug)-in   England  serv  ants ure proud of growin   ����{,.#!  to my head,    earvico of wan family S   J 1U   th  ups was also        Bridget���Huh J    Thot's   ion-c   i  -i  ��y ^legs were    thixn-.Sa.sezmch |    What'd thlvU ?**  ^Xl^^S^S S?��. iIa^iSS^.8^-   ^  -fe wish  We get it but we.doirtk*e(  Uur customers profit;   '     '  I hey.also r^p the benefit of hC cats frnn,  ',     ' r  See samples and  be convinced '   "la"ufactl!^  Pi  nearly as useless a^  gray in th'  YRO  "���-WHOLESALE  MEN''  S*.  FURNISHERS  Jones-if I were you; old fellow   r I ^^"^f1 e"tirel3'   left   iue, and  I,  "wouldn't be,a fool.. '     l^ an   altogether different  man.   "l|  h^��Li.We,.,1,.orc. '*���������>������  amontl,,!*? ��'o   Bmpresa Do.v.-,cw- ���f r^"L1"  Kans-  is City World.  jer of Oliina.  Brown-Qnite tine. Still yon should l^nt���***��� ik ��� oth<* medicine" I  J.;i  *'!-.  I'  B  1 to 'IrS SCene'" said the Playwright  to   Hie   inqmring manager, "I  shonl-  ���smile!   Why, the characters'feo th���,S  a   regular    course   dinner,    iuclS^  gj^d liniburger cheese! trongf  "iV5.cr..A'.***>'j  _ . ..Jv (������k-jS-  , -'fas,-"-' \s-:~!r'  .Ci-'-A'.v.' Vr��>*f-S--*:.. *  WASUKACTURaRS OF  BOVRIL-mo,  *T2 S?"= A^��LO-^'* OXB OAT.  Don't let yonr past errors wreck  t.ie happiness of your" life      Yor  mon as you have linen ���     T, ^ 'CUT^    "��Ver  ��J'000  ^ucH  >       ii^e  been cured during the past year by  Pills    are   a  motor** ataxia, rhenniatisui,   panUySis"     ' tt        ' -^     -  sciatica, the after effects of, la gripi    J?/0*7 WOfan " tt��  old aa the ueigh-  loss  of   appetite," headache, di^SSm ^ remembor ri,�� ^   ' "  chronic erysipehis, scrofula   etc    TW    Ul'S   also    .<!     �������,�����.    x_.     V,    ���   :     J-^GJl        f<      ' ���  A niatlnotlon. '    ��\  ''Isn't  that new neighbor of yours  'No,"  also,  a   specific   for   the; troubled  peculiar to the female   Syatem  correct  ST's^^a^11^ pro^^rrodon9 -����^^.  of health to_ pale and shall^ che^S ' ^Z^t   ^\ZQ^ ."He - ain't   rich  LIMITED ?#1  f;'J#  I* ��� &\.��**  '      *^..0  us and BotUes  D^sicatedandpric^Potatoe.au  other, Vegetables.  ���     SOUP NODULES  ^^O.NBD(E OUTFITS L?ll5  London. ~^ ;���" K-%Ka  2 7 St. Peter St     '"   "-**-*"*��  -MOXTUKAL.  .thr  "Jn  EaVOJ-AND.  and  If .���?  '! i' l'"  n      i.      "REE CI-ASSES OF MEN" PREE  -^^JamSS Stl' Montreal.  cm-ein iirf��/:m0U *<��' effect �� ��^cal  SrfS ansin��   from   cental  S?nX;rSelf agaiuSt iffii^��on6 by j  bem th? S   ^^ S��X   you  P^hase  ins  Mingle folly with  3'our  wisdom,'or  ���'AAA^AAAAAAAAiAtA^  "Oboly will associate with yon  UMos-berry Pl��.  4-t. -   Ples   lnay  bo   mndn  ��SS55S?-=  Scald the beiri;rthol^,��^"Cntn3cIl,0.:  off tho water To B ?hly and turn  fruifc add on�� tcacnn?,-S ,Pi"ff tcacuPful ��'  ar, bntter th, s?20Pof ��?rrnUlated su^  .poonful of vlSarfor i. alnU'' U tabIe"  s So-r 3��^ Is' s-e!  heating read7 tor Z ��, TyT^' ��n.d  rcquired.-Josophhie Sma^ 'in^Gn h  Housekeeping. ^��.oixiar   m    Good  enough  to   be called 'eccentric'   He's  just a plain crank. "-Washington Star  Cash For Antiques.  for'tsSanrlS?roWantS "*  to pa? for  ��>e  iorts and Morroa wo captured "  n.lw7'^6'-  be  8ladto  ^vens come  /  ��^Spain and  caPfcnro a  lob mor  under the same arrangement. "���Cleveland Plain Dealer. ���~'ieve-  2fot, Ih His "Cine.  "No," said the retired pugilist  sir  ting  down   ponderously 'and  ShSl'  mi   it  fi   r PU1t Upag00d scraP a* 800  !  tafcit is beyond me. "-Cincinnati En-  ATTEKTTIOj^t  ,?2?ft-?e^Pa��ei-    dries   vTia    -     ^ ����!  l.nttlo.   TheVooliVr.J...- ��� u = ��wcou,t*i*  Him   nov-er   bf ���?��� V; tI(1''l-c and tough  bccouipd  i  v*- .,  vt0]'i'i'cor.  *>< ntu for snmijlcs to  ������.s..f?,^FOjV!iE(,A-  ��ny ii    it nn��&iH     *���.. I  ���Sun Insurance office.  knstt>rn Asmance Go.  Quebec Fire Insurance Company  Loudon and Unwhire Life I��. ft,  | Lntish aud Foreign il-rino IR8. Co.  i ^loyd 8 {..lass Insurance Company. .  W- ��. ALUX,  Ovnenil Affunt,'  ViTIX.Vll��EG.'  U" -NOT   PATISI-*Ii:i).   .vp.VKT  ��Kn.'XllKO.  q uirer.  ^r: tv. u.  102  BILLIARD AN-D POOL T inLFS  NEW AM) SEeOXD-HAlvJD.  HAVE YOUR  kTll STOCK WELL  ASSORTED   WITH  BRUSHY  _  BROOMS  ^ufyy^^^D^WARE  f-'ctu^S;^'^  I-/."-S2Ir.  g>i>wei  r v,'K.oeai  Ff,-^afcor  p  r<  w- ,    J;ad(lp��k, June U.  <���>��� O. Kicliards & Co.  IS07.  A1VD SUPPLtESo  BO-yVUNG AtLRYSp^  ^%^*%&iim^  CANADIAN   BUSINESS  bllowinsis compiled from fi  ��� i.  J "he  nishecl  several companies  llle-I^^<ANrKANW>I^ANrEC��lROXiCI  8"ure-; of 1S97 fur-  K lay tlie  SOLDIER  TellshowMilburn'sHeartaiidNerye  * His Conquer Disease.  wlS^^hSfarmi�� ^Britain,  -Dear Sirs,���Minard's Lu,iuic.ur is ,.,,.  remedy for NE UK. ALGIA 3  It relieves at once.  a. s. Mcdonald.  -^���"ge catalogue free'  'XhllUi Ut <'OJll]|||Ilv.  (���real West life.'.  <"hitario Siut.ual..  ^'������imiiiion  Life '.'."  .North American.  ^'ni   Life .....        ToinjwiaiiooandVjenerai  < an ad a Life   C'-nfcderat'i. n.   J'fdei-iil '.:������'  niisiui'.s-, u-i-ittcii.  S2,20��,300  y,o.'{i.n*io  5D3,7U'i  8.-W1.52J  A,'M7,2<)2  1.701,1 lot)  Ii ^27,()o2  ���i, 13'J. 072  2;oc-a,85o'  *J'iiii 111 busings?.  8l,40.5,S��0  -1.-1So.710  yfi r>yti  ���l'lfl,2l"8  l.2ofi,17.*J  001,070  1.003,520  7W.,fM9  85.100  P-'i'ccnla(;e.  04  ���If)  ���IH  ���).���{  2f)  2H  2��  s*~^^-  Paper  made from seaweed is a ��,�����.  , m��' ����l��slry in Frauee.     It  ifl so t"r. " "  JPn-^hatin^booni^in^rS  When  ->���=-,        says.  When a girl'.s clever tongue keens her  met her equal among men.  Minard's LlDlipFfFSiiiiiafisiii,  sayStS^^^^^iy��� iu  not  ^mg the things,which everybody else  -MiJiard's Linimejit is t5e fiest,  ' an,employee  of"/?1 ?*rm��'  ���'way. savs   " Wh'i   ���     ,      t"e C*   P.  -as complete^ .iatSredV��US SyStem  P-aintS^^j^ with liver COmJ  came broken and was d?,.'  u   7,'  Yearns.    This hadife  eJ- b  As  word,  euce;-  we must account for every  idle  so  we   must   for  **--��-*  <a*V-  ���*!-4-'*  "i">.-.  aM<  VIV.  fv"IddiihkAno   mvjre  sponge.���'^Rabelais', 'a  than  ;T/s ��o woiidor.Jf bo rtlOtrt  .--��� ,,. -',' ���   l.iavo-,1-.-,"-"  COFFEE,;  "���-eh    chai,,-, amJ   -  iloz;��� Lkvks Collar  f  - Buttons, al (ei: cts.   (  mcJi.    &endyo���rhd. J.  ire-*;?an*->vcro, w.ird   (  L'^t. ..No money re.   '  qi'lrcd.   S.-lltU-'ntit-  tons ���omoiiK. yOUr  ���"���'���kIs, .return   the* f  nioilf V.1. r.n,l            ���     *  inost Iiealthful; invigbra't-  .',--��..dniilc of. tlle timelf ;  irsi  ���'iV  a.V!>.  </*��  **",��� --����>.'-- .      1.        ...      A  III  ^*.V  ���>.��>"  20 Adelaide 5(. ��*y *    *,i>��  Toronto, Ont.       *- I '^  ���'Oo-w.oll known  to.  description..  need  wi,. -on-' -!,s i):|r><-r  wlicn wilting.     .      .  LEVPR  BUTTON  CO.,  TRY  IT.  f  a  .>!>.  \'r*  ��'i'��  M>  P***-��    ,  */lv*  ��.r/ .:  '���^-  -,W-.  �� ��� -4  ^V  ��- .-4  'T  *;/  '���/���JC  i-  *-/,  /i*��  *- vZEUf 1  ^i.^Aji   - ������  -Franklin.  ,evory idle sil-  'S;Liniiiient Cores LaGriie.  timwm co,  ���9 Wriiei! %��,  ���^'���^-CS^g-a^i  <a^.  <%*&!%S&  "One Day's Woric$  rest ber  nr) 1, --.���,-*-�� by vivid  years, although I took ^'"^ ^ f��r r4  remedies to escape frJ a ,-freat "'any  which afflicted n/eP        ��m   Ule  troub'^  f"r^U^lJ��W until  IWve Pills  Lax.-i-LiverPiIl��r;;^r770%c"1f--^ith  ter having-  ���'Bvoryunkind trojifc,uclit  to*-H  SUa7��   milk~^- "tnlkiifir9   1  1*11 dly-to lier.  cow  nn*  I  ^���r.-,';'f an.d "��w after 1  welter than  I  used.*a  few^boxes, I a^  have  been   for years.    Mv  restored to full force  Postpaid, ln(i ���ur i-rimium lSs?"^  money   tcquirc-il  perfume  amone you, friends, return tuoi ev Trl ���  i*es��'��l <l'c watch, prepaid   ���??& k 2 ^  ���-.mine Am.rlc.ii. WA.cl . ifuiran ��d �� #  ���<li.inep,eru.    Meniion O.fs pa S    ^ * \  SptflnltjC'o 60 Victoria St.TorontO  '^,Ji>^^��^Ja^^a^^^6;  flry   nerves   are  foep well, and  my^S^^'fd  ��ivZd ni af���n'^ncd. ���tem has  ^o^J^-^:-t-ePi..S,5o,:  I-oiiff  Ho��<lorl.  Micky the Mouse-When aro we eo-  .Ing ter,work de summer resorts'  ^Burgling Bill--Not till iato inde 80a.  -on.    Give de goilH a chauco ter git all  Mny Ko Proprt��tor Some I)aj-.  Spaoer-Tho oihee boy'soems to iiave  had qui to a good time on bia holiday  LineH-What makes you think so''  bpaoor���Since his return all  his letters couie addressed aa "editor. "���Boston Globe. I  .    It lakos  b,it   an   ordinary man fore-  ���^1'��Vi?����ry-��nBwertoaui,,WJt.%?0  c-favaordiuary man .'is he ��r,..0, m.ti^  ����c-a   circumstances,   hold*,  bin J? S  Persia oneo possessed suolr a i,,,,,  andwasclear-sighted cnon�� tonnbo  hima.ndge. Ho was (he ohiof.-,����� of  :Bagtlad in tbe reign of balir.l, 7 i  a��d.his name was AbooY^pbfiUl^  wasavorywiKo man, for be k L /  own   (leficie.ifie.s     ni ,*!   J,{ llJH  ^.,11,^^,/,^^^^--^%  possessed   fiufiicionl; wisdom   J       ���    h��  Pudonco are not;closely related,  ���y .d luy' do"yo�� expect thnt tho caliph  s, io pay you for ignorance?" ho asked,  .��oi)inR  to place tho  vantage.  "Tlw, ,'   i*   , Wil,S   *���--"���   u'"��    JOIJ'J-  ���  J-i-p caliph pays me���and pays mo well  J-forwhatldolcnow.     Wore ho to at-  'kSv fi -Pay Jr ���for-what I do not  *n, ����� <;!Tasui"���� of his empire would  aot Bufflco./^vrouth's Companion.  judgo afc a disad-  was  the  mild   reply.  ,./��� 'COft  ���  ��'g  . - gra  '���������ni^  *iiita  ' ifiex  sac  ' ��tibi  |?��ll  7^��i  r *   ^llS  [>��1  5^nt  H,ill  . .  ���Jj"(Bay  K  ^r/11 -  Wouk.,, ��;,,|,|���s  "Uiv.--i.cry  It is relateVl fJf. hi  ni that on ono  ocea-  ^r^7s:f:-��--��.  in  Itorlfj  'J-  ^# ,tspe<  ^< t-'ft '"I  kuowlodgo to prono  forohini.     Ther  ^  t fiuflicient  >"-eo on tj,n CHS0 I)(,_  Port courtier, 0im'0? Z^ Vmuaim "  nmlonblo de.noanoi-,  foinalt, travoloi-H or  parties.. l-ooiint'ly  to   whose   euro loiio  tho   Judy   traveling  ���.._��.,. ���,-,      --    i,nPorted    from Hc'imli-.  ��'��-��I.��nml   An,e.*i(,.,   1 ntrust,    thon.solvos.  is    :��ro J*?!!.-?-  a���,I .,,.,������ ,         .-.r ....*,<j(to shoppliiflr  and other business for people   living - out  1  rts ll*i the'  v -M lari  ^a?3 at E  Arn��i- nf .1 "���'"-���    JiM.ru.sa    r,  Slm^f i    WOr,?Sn,,,fc0    P���.S  j of town.  add  Co.,  Bum  r  '"^rat-  ��./l Mina a &tu��i*{2&Sra imaa  a*,*it**r.inF,*nLZ** ~��m  WMmM moyie -leader.  lli����'    aMOYIK,    B.    c.  3. ..  ..". *-?^ tnT3-*-^Ua drzft*. J*-"-  HUSHi  ty-.;���  WW  Oh,  p-^Sfato^ANNE'S  REVENGE  |p* "*��"-'  Kir-,/p   *?��'.  i,��-iwJ��*S*aii'6��<t��t! "-**1 ftomniiiJc Story From |  (Jiiv  Puree.  Pin-is had  been jilted  ttOJJJ  "#J  *  Dfgr  *^3  >e  ok'  r  ?d  ife  ���������Ir.  r'.V  ."'vtll  .jptytj. In  Tui-is had  been jilted   by  ^'V, though she bad tried all she  ;o�� retain lier place iu  bis afTeC--  [ilfter she had wept in solitude  ���gral   days   she   deti'i'inined   to  revenue.   ,The  viscount Vva.s J  Jg U) go to dine at his club mid i  ^ting for tbe retnni of his valet,  c, lmil sent out for a sporting  ivlieu   there   was  a   loud   ring,  bad to open (be door himself.  inn stootl a tail female figure,  n blnclv, lier face ghastly pale  Ipiu'csscd   emotion.     Tbe ��� vis-  " rtetl iKU-h.    "Jeanne!"  ung ludy advanced a few steps  passage,' hissed out the word  '!".. and, produced  from  behind  a  snuili   Venetian   vial,   the  ior' former   lover.     Quick   as  she lifted it in  tbe-air and  s, contents  into  the   face  of  cceivei'.    Willi a loud veil he  ;o the ground and shouted for  ie   neighbors,   tlie   concierge  police  hastened   to  the spot,  ippy  man  could  not  be  per-  :o get up from the ground, on  .��� rolled about in apparent ago-  ig: "Vitriol!    Vitriol!    1  am a  n!"    Meantime Jeanne Stood  e ,a niiirble statue,  gazing at  Sill"-  you   the   perpetrator   of   the  gasped  the commissary of po-  broath   with   running  up  hush   thee,   Earth*     Fold   thou   thy  wtary  palms;!  The sunset glory fadetli tn tlie west;  The purple hplendor leaves the mountain's crest-  Gray twilight comes as one who he-ireth alms,  IJ.nkniss and silence and delicious ealrm.  Take thou the gift,  0 Earth!    On Night's soft  breast  bay thy tired head anri sink to dreamless rc"*,t.  Lulled by the music of ln-r evening psa!m��.  Cool daikness, silence and the holy t,tjt =,  Long shadows when the pile moon s,oai5 on liiph.  One far, lone night bird singins*; from the hill.  And utter rest fiorn Hay's discordant jars.  O soul of mine, when jlir* long ruglit diaws nigh  Will such deep peace thine inmost being fill?  ���Julia C. It. Ilorr in SmbiK'i'a.  .--.A.-.A.'-.A.���.A.���-A. -.A.-.A.-  ^ %n an <��H&  V picture (gallery  "7*... 'V-....*������....-*?���....-������..���V'-  ,iut of  JSlrs. ,  tutie gave u silent nod  ! i'.  2115ft!  sur-  rs  ���������������������������.-������-������������..��� ������������-���  " "Tell me the story ot the picture, Mrs.  "Wynford, please V"  "Well, you see, Miss Thm-Iow was a  great, belle and had ^o many rich and  noted men after her, and Master Waiter  was only a third soil, with two healthy  brothers, so it is scarce to be wondered  ut that her father refused with sc-orji  when the poor youiii*- curate of St. An-,  selm'u.niude bold to ask him for the hand  of his only (laughter, iu marriage. In  vain Miss Marion wept and pleaded aud  said' that she could never Jove another.  The old man was inexorable, swore loudly and sent Miss .Marion to her room,  while us,to Master Waller lie'*'drove aim  from the bouse, telling him. never lo dare,  oi;ter it again and thou w.fut back to his  ,pipe nnd Spectator in coof disregard of  the two young hearts'lie had *o well nigh  broken. 7 -    ,        ,  "My mother was a young woman at  that lime, aiid she lived to reach her  more than threescore years ana ten, but  she often said that she could never forget  the face'of the curate as he���walkt-d into  the library on ihe evening after lie had  been at the IlaU. All the glad light seemed to hnvu faded from liis usually bright  blue eyes, aud In: moved and spoke as one  in a droiuri. ���  . '    .  "About eight months after that there  was n wedding in  Hanover square, and  the bride was the beautiful daughter of  Sir Spencer Th in-low of tlie Hall,   liuf:, in  spite of,the grandeur ot the  nuptials���  bright flowers, sweet tiiusir. etc., to'say  j nothing of tbe magnificent rent roll of the  j bridegroom���it was well known that lier  I heart was uot in it.   .'A'match forced by  j her, father to save her from forming 4n  1 alliance  with some poor .country ^curate  : with no expectations,' was whispered by  J the   great   people   that  thronged   to   the  marriage feast.   '"What a lucky escape!' .  ���"And Master Waller���you ask how'he  bore, itV , i ,  * "Ah. as few men would or could! ETe  buried the great sorrow of his life deep,  ���������deep down, and spent Ids days ini going  about doing good. Well, the years tlevv,  by; from time" to time whispers were  beard that Miss Thin-low had not done  quit*' so well after all, and iliac -Mr.  Leonard, ber husband, treated his young  wife shamefully, and there.was a rumor  that lit* had lost largely in speculation,  and soon after a report that he bad died,  ._':"*'XlfE CONDITION OF VERY MANY f leaving absolutely nothing. ( So much for  L-'^^'-YOUNG  GIRLS   IN  CANADA.    -   "i * forced marriage: 7*   ,  "Sir-Spencer started lo find bis (laughter and fetch her home us soon as he  beard of tbe death of his son-in-law. -But  Eoiijiliave thrown a corrosive fluid  ��� r-:-3^|ber nod.  "-fl't dying���dying!"  |ljlt kind of a,fluid'was it?"..  "tffine hesitated to reply. ' A gleam'  rce satisfaction illumined her fea-  Then  canie  the  answer,  clear  lady, from hor lips:  ery weak, in fusion of mustard."  ���jlc- was .'".von god.    Paris bud not j  il so much for .-iTlong time.   The.  viiSSSIjft made himself scarce.���London  tI��,i,.   KENTUCKY.-    '     "  ���jpuble willi  Kentucky politics h*'  too ninny politicians  "'SB*  \llm'plp'iis i-ntiii-ly  ���'   _R|pIfly)s the sunivors of .the Kentucky  r,r"a|||||pi fee I )lii-!ii��c!vt's entitled to pon-  ��ic��^��j\feiii|iliis Commercial.       -   -*  ��� .-'''%*IPavo lon" tl''--"g!!t there has-been  - a -Mil'100 nnir-h bragging iibout t-!ie joys  ou  Olobe.        ������  -**"o*m*,rt     ��' ���'������'" ���*- t * *������--    J��^*^  !    Kentucky',home:���Atchison  -  ;le and Languid.  \ Wiey .Arc  Subject    t >    ll��!iuln<-hes,  Jt-*i��rt  ���   ' ]*.Xroul)Ie, iinduii  Jii(li.s]��usHioii   to  Kx-  -*C-~ertioti���Pm-entii .Slioul.l  Act  I'rojnptly-  .   ��.-.. Ji�� Sucli Cuhcs.  ^-Sliss Alma   Gantbidr,    daughter  of  'Mr. Adelard Gauthier, pronrietor of a.  ,-well-knowu   hotel   at   Three   Rivers,  ���Qno., enjoys a wide popularity  ainong-  bvt ycuug iriends,  aud   they   have re-  Joehtly had occasion to rejoice at .ber i e-  ���'atoratiou to health alter  a   serious ill-  sae8s.    "When a repoiter calhd to ascer-  r p&ln the facts'of the ,case Miss Gauthier  '**7aB out of the city ou  a  visit, but her  ���father very gladly   conseuted   to  give-  *th4 story of her   euro. . Ho  said:-r"I.  ' -M^evo that had it   not   been   for Dr.  ;  , ^Jlliams' Pink Pills my duugbter Alma, f  ..33a'|-{lit now have been iu her grave, and j  I^ould bo ungrateful indeed   if  I did  JJ<t| at all times say   a   kind  word  in  fefpr of the mediciiiO that restored her  . - *6,fcealth.    My daughter's  health first  - jfaegau to give way several   years   ago.  ��� -A-Sfir-it the troublft did . not  appear  to  -Belserious, aud we thought   she would  regain her    accustomed   health.  Itimo went on, however, this proved  'SO^to be (bo case.    She grow  weaker,  VTM troubled with headaches, .poor ap-  -    ,' "P-Jgito, dizziness ancl a feeling of almost  ���COtotaut languor.      She was treated by  "a jfood  doctor,  but still   there' was no  inijprovement.       She   seemed   to    bo  .  gradually fading away.    If she walked  _ *Qp|staii-s t-ho would have to stop several  ���til-aes to rest on the way.'     She lost all  h%color and her face was as wbito al-  sa^t as chalk,    lier trouble was clear-  lyjihat which nfllicts  so  many  youug  -,     s w^mon cnloring  womanhood .-"and  we  1 jjf^feared it would develop  into consump-  ^ttiou.    Ono day si friend of   tho   family  xg|V>lged   hor   to try Dr   Williams*   Pink  '-���lif^'ills, and sho consented, und   procured  -��?����& Ss|��i .oui-le of boxes.    Before   thoy  wero  *vfSw^mto K0U0 .lloro was a sliellfc improve-  ^ys^eufc iu hor' appetite aud wo looked up-  n*A!J!fflmx ^"s ft9 a bopeful sign. Another  "���v'fl^^alf doze" boxes were prbcurod, and  ^^"uder their use she (layby day acquired  t-  i  h  f  r ��  ���������i^Sew strcu8tl1 -vncq- r,��"'   iuterest; iu life.  ij^'-Phe is now as healthy a girl as thero is  ^ rin Three Rivers, with . overy   trace  of  ^^her pallor aud laugour  gouo.    This  is  ^y^entiroly   due   to   Dr.  Williams'   Pink  ^-U-PiUs, and I am rejoiced to bo   ablo  to  .^^'jwy so publicly."  "^ Tho case of Miss Gaufchior certaiuly  i.Wcai'ri(J-i with italestou toother parents,  i V-t^vll0se dausrbtors may bo pale, languid,  A- 'Cfieasi-y tired, or subject to headaches,  1   Jior tl]o other distressing svinntoms that  i-^n.  .   ,-^inark tho onward  progress of anaemia.  \ i -^In cases of   this   kind   Dr.   Williamj'  t % ' "^Pink Pills will   give more certain   and  J ,'speedy rcoiilta than any other medicine.  *-"��� *'j     ���6y act promptly and directly,inak-  f-^-* ing new, ricb red "blocd.aud strongthen  r(  ^ the nerves, aud correct all   the  irretrn-  \f laritios incidout to this critical period.  , ,r*5      Sold by all dealers or sent post paid  ���*a��� 'i at 50c a box, or six boxes for $2.50. by  \\^ addressing ibe Dr. Williams' Modicine  - Co., Brockville. ,Ont.    Do not   bo,per-.  H Buadod to take Homo substitute.    -  !  traveling ��-a*> slow iu those days, and  when lie reached ',the humble little cottage where she had spent the last months  of her married life be found the heavy  wooden shutters fast barred and ti look  of niter desolation about the whole place.  To all his queries' the only answer was  that after the gentli-iiuin died the lady  and her maid had gene off suddenly, but  where nobody seemed to know. The old  man employed detectives, spent money,  etc.. but all to no avail; and at length,  di-heartened, he returned home, aud before another year was over the grass was  growing upon his grave and Thurlow  11 :i 11 went into the hands of a distant  cousin.  "About this time I think it was that  Master (,uy, who was at that time the  squire, went for a cruise in his yacht on  the Mediterranean, accompanied by his  next brother. WilfiwJ; that is more than  .'JO years ago. 'but never to this day has  word been heard of <-imjw. or vessel. So  after months of a axioms waiting the curate of St. An's-elm'** took his place as  sipiiru of Kcitbleigli A.l>bey-  -One winter evening, after he had been  <y-.iiire for som�� time, h-e was sitting in  iik study; trying to fix his mind on a sermon for the coming Sunday, when a  inauf v.oico, sharp and discordant, broke  �� in upon the stillness.  I " 'There, you younj; cnib. take that! A  I bird thnt can sinu' and won't must^be  ) made to sing! Pipe up ��u><* gire \>ni "Y��  Hunks and Braes!"' Walter Keith, is  spite of all his gentleness, was no coward. When he heard a cry. he whistled  to Rex, the great bloodhound, and ran  rpiiekly to thc door. The ground -was covered with snow, and in the uiumibf-ht 1����  saw very plainly two figures, the one*  rough looking man. the other a thinly  clad bov of some S or 10 years, currying  a violin*. At Kex's deep growls the man  took to his heels and Hod. but tho child,  loo exhausted to more, sunk down a helpless mass on the snow. The squire lifted  him up und carried bim tenderly into thc  warm, cheerful study. It was many a  long day since a child had been in the old  Abbey, and it caused great excitement,  even though this one was only a ittlc unknown strolling violin player. Servants  hurried here und tliere with hot blankets,  mulled wine. etc. Truly tliere was something almost pathetic in the small, pale  " with its black eyelashes and curly,  Those who stood by never  into the  snuiro's eves when he saw the deep welts  Hint cruelty and hard usage had made on  the-tender flesh of tbe boy. One htU��  arm was marked with the letter U  which made all'wonder, and old Ihomas,  tbe butler, whispered to Margaret, the  cook: '.Mark my words, there's some mystery about the lad. Ho doesn't look a bit  like an Italian tiddler.'  "His name was Carlo. He did not  know how old he wns. Marco had never  told him that. .  "The master, the mau for whom ne  played tlie violin, and by whom he was  beaten in return, not bis father?       A ,  ������Oh. no: he could not remember bis lather-at all.      "   :   .-  "Where was his mother? ���    '  "He didn't know. Sometimes when he  was asleep be dreamed that a sweet face  smiled upon him and a soft hand tenderly  s-mootbed back the curls from his brow,  but whether it wns his mother or the picture of one of the saints  (that Uo bad  face,  dark  hair.  forgot   .how   the   tears   came  y**  Minard's Liniment Cures'Garget in Cows.    I ��."S.1���%* when., unknown to'Maw*.  he had made bis way into a ohiesa. at  lioine- pome to life he was never yuite  sure.  "WOnid he like to live with the squire  and be his little boy?  "in answer the,child leaned his dark  head -��.��a'ui*-t the man's shoulder, and  from thnt instant there was a lifin. undying affection o-.tahli-,bed between Walter,  Keith, master of Keithleigb Abbey, and  Carlo, the waif.  ".Six years after arid Master Carlo was  as bonnie a lad as you'd find of bis age in  tbe United Kingdom, liis love for tbe  squire had grown with his growth and  -���ti-eiigrheiiod with his sfiength, 'and Mr.  Keith often used to wonder how he bad  ever got along without him.  "In tlie year that 1 became housekeeper  'the squire caught a heavy cold, which  settled on bis lungs'and for a long time  threatened to "end fatally, so as soon aa  he was able to, stand it tbe doctor ordered  complete rest aud change of scene; so, accompanied by tho bid, he "started for  Italy.   _ " _ -=-  ,  "One'day while at Rome, after leaving  tlie Vatican, he was stopped in.the street  by a ueatJy dressed woman, who- iu face  and manner of speech was decidedly  Scotch. 'My mistress is dying, my, puir,  bonnie leddy, and wad ye na come and  say a wee bit prayer after she gaes?' she  asked, with tears in her eyes.  "Mr. Keith turned on the spot, never  inquiring what the disease (which proved  to be the fatal Roman fever) was, and  hurried along by'the woman's side.  "H.-idrber mistress been ill long?  "Xot in this great danger, but1 she bad  Lteen ailing about nine years, ever since  little Carlo, ber only bairn, was accidentally drowned. '  "'Was she a widow?  "lres; her, husband died 'about three  mouths before the child was born, leaving her .without a penny., f*5be '���vaip by-  birth nil English woman and has written  again and again to her father,' a rich baronet, for help, but has never received any  answer.  ���'Did   they  ever find   the  body  of  th��  "No, but they had positive proof of bi3  death, 'for,'' said the woman, 'one morning while I was fixing my leudy's hair  the wee bit kiddy was playing in the garden, and after, when I went to fetch him  in, I couldna find the bairn, but what I  did bnd was his tiny cap floating upou  the Tiber. On that day my" puir mistress' heart broke, and she has never  been the same woman since. Here we  are at the liouse now! Will ye come in?  I don't much thiuk she will" understand  ye���she's too far gone for , that���but I  ween she.d be fain to ken that one of her  ain kirk was with her at her last hour.''  '"With these words she led him ,up a  winding stairway' into a small, meanly  furnished room, closely followed, though,  unporceived, by tbe boy Carlo. On the  bed the form of a woman was lying. Her  face, 'which, in spite' of its pallor, still  had,some claim to beauty, was scarcely  less White than the pillow itself.  ".'Ah!' she said in a voice so weak and  low as to be hardly beard. . 'I have had'  such   a   sweet,   sweet   dream,   Janet.     I  dreamed   that   I   was  back   in  England,  dear 6K1   England,  once  more!     It   was  vesper time on a-Sunday afternoon, and  I   heard - this   old   hymn   that   we   loved  *o  well,    be  and   I,  "Abide  With   Me,"  and   he,, was    by   my   side",   and    little  Cyril,   bright   and   beautiful,   raised   bis-  sweet, clear voice at tbe last verse,  ami  then I awakened. "But, Jauet, listen well  to what I say'.    Something tells me that  my boy was not drowned, as we so long'  supposed.    I have thought not for some  time   past,   and   now   I   feel   sura  of  it.  You'll know him, Janet'���here her voice  rose full and clear���'by the letter "C" in  old English on his left arm.'-'   Here she*  paused,  but  Walter Keith gave a  deep  cry and sank on his knees by the bedside,  while Carlo, with wondering eyes, crept  softly up and knelt beside bim.  ���" "'Sing, my boy: sing the last verse of  that hymn of which she has just spoken,'  said the squire in au agitated tone.    And  then' rose the voice of the lad in its clear  treble:  " 'Hold thou thy.cross before my closinu eyes;  Shim   tliroueh' tlio eloom  and  point  m��  to   tht  skies.  Heaven's morning breaki,  *nd earth's vain jhad-  ows flee;  In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me.'  "Then the voices ceased and��� , ,  * " 'Cyril, little' Cyi-il,' the dying woman  murmured iu a tone of such content, but  so very faint, and the dampness was fast  coming o'er her brow.' So the squire  quidkly began tho 'Commendatory Prayer," but scarcely had he done so when  for the first time since tbey entered tbe  room she opened her eyes, aud soon after,  with a smilo of ineffable love,.exclaimed,  'Walter, O my beloved!' in a voice that  rang clear and strong and then died away  in the deep, deep silence of death. For a  long time the squire knelt by the bodyot  tho ouly woman he had ever loved, with  the small brown hand of hor ,son held  tightly in his. You have heard the rest,  my lady, how he caught the fever nnd  how ou one lovely autumn day the body  of the good squire was'brought back to  Keilhleigh, accompanied by the heartbroken little Sir Cyril Leonard. Tbey  buried him in the old churchyard of St.  Anselm's and ruiscd obove his grave a  cross of purest nmrble, with naught carved on it save ���Walter Keith, Priest,  Eighteen hundred and thirty-seven; He-  qniescat in Pace' Nothing more, but ho  wlio had takeu the tired,soul to its rest  knew just bow well the burden and heat  of the day bad been borne."  Here Mrs. Wynford finished her story,  but .Muriel, who bad been intently listening, asked quickly, "And what became of  the boy?"  "Oh, Leonard, dear, Mrs. Wynford has  been telling me such a story of"���here  she pointed to tho portrait���"and how-  kind he was io a poor little waif, who  afterward turned out to he the sou of  tbe woman whom - he had wished to  marry. You have heard tho talo before  now. Leonard, but can you toll me aught  of the boy, Sir Cyril?"  "Why, yes; Muriel, my darling, the lad  became a man, and one of the first things  that he did was to buy the old Abbey and  to add the uame of Keith to his own  family name. Jint if you wish for proof  of the truth of her story, mine own sweet  wife, look here." With these words bo  drew up bis left sleeve and showed her  the letter "C" in ancient English script,  plainly visibln on the stalwart arm.���  New York Times.  Dom Pedro's Jolxe.  A hon mot, to which, fate has since  added an ironclad comment, has been attributed to the late emperor of Brazil on  being shown' one of those:-. mechanical  wonders wbicii always interested him-  more than the cares of government, a  wheel that made we know not bow many'  revolutions.in the minuted  |-\Yhy," said the monarch, "it actually  beats our South Amoricaa republics."���  London Spectator.  POULTRY  POINTERS.  -that-  JAPANESE CATARRH CURE CURES,  The following testimonial is only one of tho  hundreds daily received liv the Proprietors of  .7.Lpnnesu Catarrh Cure. Coming f'om Mritihh  C'llnwibia,-where, owing to extreme dampness  of the climate, catarrh iaf more pievaleiit und  moie difficult to cure than in oiln-i jja't?. in.ikes  il turnr-valuable. Mr. James I'Virr, ol ih,j well-  kn.iwn linn of J. & K. A. Karr, Chilliwh-iek, K.  (' , ;\]iten: ������] have Leen very liit'lly troubled  v. nh catarrh for year*, nnd tried all the adver-  l.*-.-d remed-os and many doctors, but ni every  o.is^ the catarrh came back. Ono year ago 1  |itiicli:iEe(l six boxes of Japanes.! Catanh Out ft,  ..nd ftince tinihliing the iieatmcnt with this  remedy, have not felt the least o:gis of catarrh.  My ^nephew, William Benllu.v, wa* "Lso so lad'  Willi catarrh that icwas uupleasjnt to go near  him; be has also been cared by .Japanese  O.tarrh Cure. We keep it for sale "in our store,  and know of many others .similarly afllicted  >. ho have been cured." - --  - i-old by all druggists. A free sample will be  -*���- u t iu anv fji-i -<>f ��� sufTcrinvr from thi-i rti��- se.  Hn los ��� f-ci'iit .stamp Address The Griffiths <Ss  .Macplierson Co.. !J1 Church stieet. Toronto.  Mynlifjlntf.  "Marse Tom, what platform Is you  gwine ter run on dis yenrV"  '���Well, I'liavcti't formulated It yet."  Tbe questioner was thoughtful. Then  he looked up and said a  "Marse Tom, , is dat word 'former-  Jated' a vote ketcher, a feel around or  a ��� campaign sockdolager'/"���Atlanta  *Jonslituiiou:_, ��� _      _  There is no disease caused by germs that  Dr. Arnold's English Toxin "Pills for weak  peon'e will not cuke permanently and abso-  i lately,. JJ.heumiai--.ni, nervpusness, poor  blood, kidney compl i nts, dyspepsia,- femalo  troubles, etc., all yield positively to these  wonderful pills, 'the greatest blood and  iiorve remedy ever known. Only 75c a box;,  'Jo cents a small box at all druggists, or from  '1 he ArroM Chemical Co., Limited, Canada  Life Building, Toronto. '  It is from ihe well miituretl parents  that the must rigorous offspring comes.  I'reed fioin good laying ben.-. 1; "a as  easy to breed up pmiltiy us c.-UtU- or  horses.,  Crude carbolic acid, one ounce di*,vjlvpd  in a quart of water, umkei a good dl in  ftctant.  M'liiy be.'.***, acquire the habit of egg outing from eggs being fiozen and bin sling  in tlie nobt.  By keeping an account with the poultry one may at any tiiiiui ascertain whether or not the poult i-y is prolil.-ible and  bow much so.  l>tiring the winter, and spring especially., if the yaid ami rjuartt-rs are kept  sprinkled with air slaked lime there will  be fewer cases of. roup.  If weli cared for and well fed, a flock  of bens will lay au average of ten dozen  eggs each a year. J-Souio Hocks will lay  as high as HO; others as low a^, ")UU.  . A mixture of biuii, ground oats and  corn made into a dough with milk and  then baked and- crumbled line inakes'a  good food for little chicks.���St. Louis  Republic, '_  ,  ,'THE DEMON, DYSPEPSIA.���In old-  a'n time it was o. popular belief that demons moved invisibly through, the ambient air, seeking to enter into men and  trouble them At "the 'present day the  demon, dyspepsia, is at targo in tho same  -ray, seeking habitation-in those who by  careless ,or unwise living invito him.  And once he enters a man lt is difiicult-  to dislodge him. ^le that finds himself so  possessed sh-'ubl know that a valiant  triend to do battle for him with the un-  iceo foe is Purihuloo'a Vegetable Pills,  -vli-iob are ever ready for the trial.  1 ,  Cinder tlie Coal nt*;, li iKppimatlon.  "Let me see, liriggs. were you not  ii.'tct- an ofiiecT of (be Society Kor the  Prevention of Cruelty to AuhnalsV"  "1 wns."  "I notice yoii 'still wear the badge.  For tin' sake of old timesV"      ��   ,  ���".Not at all. 1 am ,id olHcer of'the  .Society ;For the Proper Controlling of  Automobiles."���-Chicago Tribune.   - -  . IX NATURE'S STOREHOUSE THERE  ARE CURES.���Medical experiments^ hive  shown conclusively that there' are medical  virtues in even ordinary plants growing up  around us which give them a value that cannot, be estimated. It is held by some that  nature provides a .cure for every disease  which neglect and ignorance hayo visited  upon man. However this may be, it is well  known that Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, distilled from roots and heibs, are a sovereign  remedy in curing all disorders of digestion.  A Ti-l lie SUort.  "Hero's "J-4." said the candidate to the  colored political' worker; "now go to-  woik for me."  The old man took- the money, looked  at it dubiously and I ben sn hi:  "Maiso William, bit's my hones1 opin  ion dat hit'll tek fo' dollars en a quar  ti-r ter "lec-t a man lakfyoul"���Atlanta  Constiuiion.   , c  1'cured a horse of   the. mange   with  MIJSTARD S' LINIMENT.  CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS.  Dalhousie.,-. '  I cured a horse badly torn by a pitch  fork, with MINARD'S LINIMENT.  St-Peter's, C.B.    EDWARD LINLIEF.  I cured a horsa   of   a   bad  swelling  with MINARD'S, LINIMENT.'  THOMAS W. PAYNE.  Bathursfe, N.B. '  '  To Get lie veilee.       '  "1 hate him!"   f-li��3   exclaimed.'    "-I  would do  anything  I could   to make'  mn miscrahlo."' ' .  "Then why don't you marry hi in?''  i-*kcd her (dearest friend sweet 1 v.  Montreal.   Free Has. Aj&.  j ' P. $1.60 up.   E. P. U.00 e*.  Hotel 'Balmoral  T."o��hfng Diminutive  AI>otit  Tom.'1  "Tbey  say   that  Pugilist  Tom  Sharkey  has ��100,000  in a  San   Francisco  bank."       ' L     .. |  "His name' Is evidently the diminutive for' plain money shark."���Cleveland Plaiu Dealer.     7    - ���    .  Severe colds are easily cured by Che use  ,1 Bickle's Anti-Consumpii\e Syrup, a  medicine .of extraordinary penetrating  '���.iiJ healing properties. It is acfe*.uow-  letlget'l by tnose who havo used-it as "c^ing  ci.e best medicine sold for coughs, *:���-.Ids,  ���imi nil affections of the throat and*cnest.  Its agreo-tblene.-s to the taste makes it a-  fevorne with ladies aud children.  Tlie "Wreteli..  "THiat is It, GeorgeV:' tenderly asked  Mrs. Ferguson. "Is It tlio toothache  again?" - c'  0 -Yes,", groaned Mr. Ferguson. "It  belies as if it would take the whole  top of my head oil"!" '-  ���'Shall I sing- for you, dear?"  "I wish you would. Laura." (  And while' she thumped the piano  and snug the old songs of their courtship days he lay on tho lounge and  took advantage of the opportunity to  swear in a subdued voice, unheard.���  Chicago Tribune.  Wenltli   Wit.'iiw   Wis  Grn.siJ.  An '-xc)��:inge tells of an "author.who  recr-ivi-ii -f-oOO fur a short poem, and it ,  i>  s',\itl   tllat   lie  can   write  two short  ores overy dny.-.-M Inn t.i Constitution.  Do not delay iu gettiug relief for the  little folks. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator is a pleasant and sure cure.  If you love your child why do you let it  suffer when a remedy is so near at hand ?  tie  1*1 Ul  the Count iu{*r.  ���Then he isn'**. a teal count?''  Aidless yon, no.' '/'boy call bim 'count'  ('(���:*������*������('   be   was  once  a   referee  at   a  ���������i/cc.,ght."���Cleveiarid'Plain Dealer.  Che three great vital factors ,  of  this body of purs are tho  heart, the nerves and the blood.  It is because of the triple  power possessed by lMilburu's  Heart and NervePills of making  weak, irregular boating hearts  strong and steady, toning up  run down, shattered, nervous  systems and supplying thoso  elements necessary to make  thin, watery blood rich nud  red, that so many wonderful  cures havo been accredited to  this remedy.  Here is the case of Mrs. R.  J. Arnold, "Woodstock, N.B.,  who says:  "I was troubled for some  time with nervous prostration  and general weakness, feeling  irritable, debvT.tatod and sleep-  loss nearly all tho time. My  entire system became run  down. As soon as I began  taking Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills. I realized that  tbey had a calming, soothing  influeuco upon tho nerves.  Every dose seemed to help tho  cure. They restored my sleep,  strengthened my nerves and  gave tono to my entire system.  I think them wonderful."  There are a number of varieties of  corns. Bolloway's Corn Cure will remove  any of them. Call on your, druggist and  got a bottle at once.  Self l3vi<W-iit.  "I hear about the fool killer sometimes.    Who i_- he?'" .-isked Cholly,  "There isn't any fool killer!" replied  tbe other man savagely.���Chicago Tribune.    uliMif s Liniment Cures DipMberia.  He  Huh  lier  Promise.  nicks���Was'that your sister I saw  you with the other day?  Wicks���Not at tii.it .time. , ft was  ,ui!y last evening that she promised to  'o-*:ir that reiulion to tne. ��� Boston  T--:ii!.script. '   Minard's Liiumcnt Cures Colds. Etc.  Tlie Si-��i uol.  Ida ���What does it mean when a man  has a roguish smile?  -���  May��� It menus that he is going to  <tc-aln kiss.���Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment Cures Bistcniner.  Kohiiul iroi-Back. \  Re���Ah, that Miss Rocldugliaui has  a face that looks as if it mitrhfc have  been cut out' of marble.  She���Yes: I have often noticed her  stonv stare.  lIOiitluHK--, KelAv.-.l in On,- "Minute.  Grillitbs' Menthol I-iiiin-out relievos  Headaches the uiiniitu up-jlied. Apply it  co the forehead ami temiilos. thou inhnlo  freely in the manuci- liinvted on t!io clr  (Hilar around the lvitth��. Mo othor remedy  Is so valuable in itie home as Mt-ofch'ol  Liniment.    All drnHtri^ts. *2o coot*.  ant*  Old  llniiUIeH  on  ,\e*.-.   I'lulii-ella.**,.  '���It is not uiui.siiiil." said :iu unihivll.-i  dealer, "for a person to use ihe same  handle on more than one uuilirell.-i.  having it shifted from a wornout umbrella lo a new one. Tlie handle thus  shifted might be a valuable one, too  costly to throw aw-ly, or if might he an  inexpensive one that jusi suited the  carrier. Many people arc particular  about the handle of an umbrella, us to  its size a ml shape, and thus want one  that just suits tbein if they can get it.  They may rim across such nn unihri-lln  and buy it, or they may search for it  nnd find it, and when the umbrella to  which it Is attached wears out then  very likely they have the handle of the  new umbrella that they buy taken off  and the old handle, that they like, substituted for IL"  STREET OAR ACCIDENT.���Mr. Thomas  Sabin says; "My elevcii-ycar-old boy had  his foot badly injured by bf-iug- run over by  n car ou tlio street railway.'. Wo at once  commenced bathing' the foot with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, when tho diseoloni-'  tion and swelling was'removed, and in nine  days be could use bis foot. We always keep  a bottk* in tho houso ���icatiy for emergency."  Hale Old Age.  iug the kidney  Sad to see people  advanced in years  sufferingfromBack-  ache, Lame Back,  UrinaTy Troubles  and Kidney Weakness. A hale old  ajge, free from pains  and aches, can only  beattained bykeep-  aud the blood pme.  D0AIPS KIDNEY PILLS  befriend the aged by freeing them from  pain and correcting all Disorders,of tha  Kidneys and Urinary System."  Mr. Thomas Ash, au old resident of  Jtenfrew, Out., hpoke as follows:  "I am 72 years of age, and have been  tronbk��l for a number of years with pains  across my back. When I would stoop  over it gave agoni'/.ing pain to straighten  up. I was so bad that I could scarcely  walk. I havo taken many kinds of medicines, but got nothing to help me. Being  recommended to try Doan's Kidney Pilln  1 got a box. After taking three doses I  noticed a great change for the better,  and 1 can now get around as smart, as a  eri'-kct. I can split my own wood and am,  iu t:u:t, just like a new man. "  A" creamery that is to be tbe largest, in liem "Mirk is :-i-->orU.*d as build-'  ii\,H in llas-i-jo On .SeelGuid, near ('Ajv-  '���jihugen. 'J'be building -when fitted  with machinery is1 to cost SGo.OOO  ami will nt first receive milk from  :i,.".(iO cows'-, most, of which" are kept  on IG Inr^e estates. A larger supply will be handled later. The ereani-,  i'1-y will operate Jofir separators ancl  will be a model plant in every way.  The -salary list' is interesting. The  business manager will receive $1,300  a, year and a percentage on proceeds;'  tlie head butfennaker, $1,200; , head  cheosemaker, ��900, and the engineer,  S--I50.  ,.<^rT^~a~i^:  THE MOST DURABLE  ON TH'E MARKET.  IMPROVED -P-A-IEtlM::  200 acres���150 under crop; , good frame  dwelling, large frame horse and cattle  Btables, good well: adjoins station, school  and church; fine land, good district; only  30 miles from Winnipeg���$4,000.  NARES,   ROBINSON   &   BLACK,  Wimilpcj*-, Man.  Manufuulund   by THOS. LEE, "Winnipeg.  When the doctors give you up-^-Try aa  Oxydcmor. It is better and cheapler than  going to California, as it furnishes purest of  Oxygen to tho system by nature's lawa, discovered by Dr. Sanche. Sub-dealers wanted  in each town in Manitoba. Address W. Tf  Gibbins, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Mr,  John Buller, Winnipegosia, writes: "Tout  Oxydonor is a wonderful thing arid has made  a new man of me. 'I,have also cured ono  man in eight hours of a bad case of Ium.  bago." We have dozens of similarc-testimonials. *���*  BED GROSS  Ate positively guaranteed Pure Ha-rana  -     filler, and will please the moat  . fastidious smoker.  The yearly Increase of sales proven aa  appreciative public.     Manufactured only by  GEO.  F,   BRYAN   &  CO.,  .   V7"IKTlsriI:>ElC3-.  es.  lap-  Catholic Prayer l&S&KXZ  nlin-s, Kcligious Pictures. Statuary, and Church  Ornaments, Educational Works. Xlail orders re-  celve prompt attention, p, & ]_ SadiJEr& CO.,ttOntISal  HIGH  GRADE   PLOWS.   SEEDING ~  C'su*: ii��!;��!*,   Wukoiis, JJarrows,  "WI  .to.     COCKSHUTT   PLOW   CO.,  "Winnipeg-.  MACHINES,  Windmills',  LUCAS, STEELE & BRiSTOL,  Importers of Groceries  WTlleHS. l[ii.milton,Ont.  Circle Tests  I..S.&U. Coffees  T..S.& IJ. Extracts  1..S.& tt. Spices  Persons entitled  or expecting: to  inherit money or  estates left in the  old countrios  should know that  millions await  heirs of their de-'-  scendania in this country.   Book of names sent  ou receipt of IO cents.  DUCrALD MoFAELANE,  Uox 145, Truro, N.S., Canada.  THE ALL-WOOL MICA ROOFING  Which neither heat nor frost affects.  After [t ycius' trial ciiitomcrs class it superior  to all o'htT lootiiifr     Highly recommended at  Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition, ISO.-3.  VV. G. FONSECA, R^t:lte  ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES..  Alain' .Street,       -    ..-.-������  AVinnfpeg, M��n,'  W.   N    u.   266  SEND-  ���IO,    ��"*.&���*   H   B H    -v*.    *,rv*rm9  'ii 1 4, McUeriuolt St., -1 doors west of Main st.,  WINNIPEG,   MAN.  Catalogues mailed on application. P.O. Box 333  I ��.  -I  *���* i  *���!  Ifij  (-'I'I  til  *��� ' "*"'tl  : ; ji\  ''!--'  i -".  i -  f "01  ' <'���  r   '     Al  "7!  -   41  ."'���   "��"[  :v|  * M  5 I  ���    I  ,'j     dl  1. '     i'i  -   !   -'   "I  ���I ,'-f  1..1  1 ���-*  mwmmmmmmmmmmimffimgm*  P-Vi i i  B7*-<&- 3��ii *i  ���; .1/3.  '  I--  ���5SO^-53Caga>a��ga8SSiKB5Ma  i -. i'; 11. i  ���a-  SATURDAY, AVRIL 28, 1900.  Bottled Beer  in Stock....  se  MoyiG'   Miners'   Union  .WO. "!71.  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning    members    are    ,' , f*. .,*.*v*.�� :?.  .    ^     _.   ... __   _.    _. ' "^-3 K-7'^iU'  /if  ft  Wholesale   and  Retail Butchers.  Verily Uie trial-.- and tribuKSlions   of   Outside Orders Given Strict Attention    ovon.in^ . Sojourning    m  an aspirin" politician are many.  ,, ,  ,_          cordially invited to attend  P. J. Elmer, w. R. Hocking, | Feline  s!>  7 ���:.;/���-'".'������  ;?��� <!'*r-<,';-7  }��(��� ���'. i.'*1',   *  ���f   S.7..-!  '���   '  }'!,.-:4v,r',  <��� .* f .- / f -I -,'.  '   fjA,   *������ !'���" '������  i'. -V   d'ij'-d *-*  What   about that new   railway  s(,a  tion which has been promised Moyie? i -��,  There is an epidemic'oJ yard clean-  'ing in i town. May it continue to  spread.  aH   'I*'  iV t   .7  <���'' r-'r-*';.*":, ii'!-'  l'    "��;'>5.' *  ' t   !'7}f   ."!;fi:^  ���'      t.i     ''   -'Sj  ,./  -     < - i   Its ' 1',1-if'**  1       Ji* '      J.  I    -  r.   i  ? i    aa:'  -���  A lew carloads of concentrates  leav-]  ing town every day is an attractive   ad  for Moyie. * , �� .  - Getting up with the "son'' is a common practice when there is a teething  baby in the family.  SHOPS' AT  Pres.  Fort Steele  0#t  ��ra. ;sAL"  &A-m  fef-'"^  ���*������*������' *!"$  "mi  mm  V; Jy-rA-iK*"  JS"-^  Pv#r-JA  To'nfo -uiotnn  J. R. GOSTIGAF, a. G.  oi-Frcs:  Sank of Commerce BMg,  For your outfit.    The 'largest stock i���   C*A*BK��01*:.  ^j^!:[ Oranbrook Moyie Wardner  SSS3SS3S3SS33S  B.C.  East Kootenay. .- ���  [LEWIS THOMSON,  i  M-    ��������  REXD & CO.,  Ckaxbhook, B. C.  ���Last week a   corner   lot.   in   Movie  Bold for $1.000.,  Aud   the, (own   has ~ ^T"**-  S. JT. WHITOOMB  no boom on either.  Cranbrook Herald : The men behind  ,tho guns win battles, but the men  with the tin dinner pails 'build  cities.  \u  Notary- Public; Ac'coujt-  a'AJJT,    'COMMISSION* Vand  Iy.-5UnA.NCE A-GEXT.  Moyie, '    B,C.  I>  t..     :.&- ,!* l1;,  ��� 7 I-#'7. ft  .*,   j-l'if   ";.!s-lf''.i.  f.  t ji:   " f!.���-,.',.&I-.  ,-, "'.";"*���* ;-/ilj!* ��,,  *��� ���;'     !*./''' i.  ^ 'I*   .        'a-j I a"   'u  dil- ,f,j; Ki/r  W. T-I. Lilly; the newly appointed  coroner al Sandou, declares that he  will not hold inquests on blnckjack  eh'fl's.  Carl Brown, the man wlio figured  so conspicuously m the Coxey move-  ���ment a few yp.ira ago, is a iirm ,sup-  porler of Pewe*v,  <<  Kouse painter, *��� grainer,  glazier and paperhanger.  All work on perfect surface guraiHeed. Prices ac-  , cording to,, quality and  stock ��� required '     L,,, . ��� ��� _ ^  , ,, , ORc^NBUOOE,  '^ARBISTEIt, SO-LICirOK, ETC.  'B.' C.  ^ataa=ga^MianAf%a('A^^Ti  j" rj, - .i" i?*< i, j"  t Ma 'f. �����:. i-  ,- '-I*'    I. (rf,. J'  f-f/, 'll,,''.-,'' 8  l-{*--"f*-.'';lt!'. <*  -"S  ���!p   ' "ii     ;  , Mj"1}-".1'!;.    f  i  \\l   ���! ' rJ      I  ' i-v    ���' 'fl.'i *  ff[i- *l;fli{ 'If*  f ���'����� ..  1 , *' '(   1  .    *'. <rr(  \''X A  ff;?    4  i:i/j     f  ':''!   *?  . I  id f; ,r ",i  I lr<\1  -'   "  iff.,',,  'i>  f   I.'  ���d *".'"  ;l  ,A"  .r  , �� .  A  ! i.  It is learned on good authorify that,  a .sub rororcling office for Moyio is  among tber list of bxpenditures forf  South East Kootenay, Tlie people  should see that Ibis matter i3 not let  qo by default.  Jn another column will be foutfd  the platform of Premier Martin. The  'Leader does ,uot endorse it,, neither  does it necessarily condemn 'it. The  people are left tojutfgo for,- themselves  and'draw their own'conclusions,    -  Port Steele,Prospector: The Moyie  Leader closed the second year of its  esistande with its last issue. Brother  Smytli is making a good paper, and-  may it prosper until he piles up a  forto ���),...  Tbauks, Brother Grace; thanks.  CiBOnCT XIM6  - -    .I/AUr?DBY.  Good   washing.    No  chemicals   used.  Prices heap cho.ap.    Xear Moyie hott-1.  "RS ,-flt5 yn g-\ f- y*       '    xv * -r v  , ' 'J1SOYTE, IS. O.  Scntlng ccpaciti- 150. Special attention given theatrical companies. For  rates and particulars apply to  ��  G. T. McGregor.  OHAS, P.  CAMPBELL^  i r J  Undertaking ana  embalming  a specialty.    Graduate of  the  champion  ��� college,   oi    the .  United States.    lam prepar-'  ing to do al!  in   this  line* of  business.   Successor to Maggs  &  Hughes.     Telegraph   and  mail orders properly attended  to.    Main office  HcVittie &~H^h^ P0ST  MER0HA2TT TAILOR,  CRANBROOK  i, ���  Repairing Neatly  and  Promptly   Ex-  -,   ccuted.    Special Attention Given  fo 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  Handsi Bows, etc.   You will  miss seeing the prettiest lin<��  of neckwear in the city if you  miss seeing ours; and then remember our prices   are, always right.  Pire'and Life assurance. Min.  Brokers, Land gurveyers and  Oo,-H"oyanc-."n*>i, and. Notaries  Public.  L.r-ave Ordcr�� ��t .Xfiiiiloi*   Oifico. MOYJK.  CssiS  M*%iLi  5  A@��A!t5iiiJM9  DRUG  AXir,STATIOXERY ,ST01tK.  Patent  medicines,.toilet f.  arliclr-s, ofiice  stationery  and" school * supplies _.  Lenjjixo Ltbbakv: Tf you want a book  ask for it nnd it will bft procured for  you without delay.  .. j lT rA>*-9 TO DKAI, WITH  :     HOPE-&' BEATTIK,  i Clienjtsts ami Bruggldts,  MOYIS, B. C  AT G. H.'MINER'S  i I?3  SAW AND PLANING MILL.  H   iii-.'  ft:-,    ,'--:;ff  l,' i  M-i' *''-'ifd  M  I*'-  t  ���f s .J  I'y  1   5vr    'i ^  I'   ���>  ,.'.��  The San Francisco Examiner believes  that Bryan will be nominated   by   the  LDdmocralie convention.    As an Amen-  can puper, it states it   would   like   to  tee Bryan   nominated   by   tbe  Demo-  brats and Dewey by   tbe  Republicans,  m order that which ever wav the election went   the  pUOplc   would   have   an  honest president agd  an   end  of   the  corruption and favoritism which   have  disgraced the country under  tho  Mc-  -fxiuiey administration.    As a  Democratic paper, it   would   carry   at   the  Wd  of   its   columns   the "namd   of  William Jennings Bryan for nresident  Of the United Staics. .-  Oranbrook,  B. O.  NELSON,  B.'O  Fort Steele Mercantile  "       COMPANY, (limited.)  '-JWTTP^^.'n? 1-KlitiKilV; B.  ' ���      CEYLON -TEA  Flavour is Delicious. Absolutely Pure,  OAK BE HAD FROM  Reid, Oampbfell & Co.,  MOYIE, B.'O..  We carry complete lines of  Men's Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  and Liquors. . .  You  will find.a full etock-of'."  General     Hardware  AND  GENERAL" SUPPLIES.' ���  Just  received  a  carload of Windows  and   Doors.     The   doors  are  cedar and best grade.  A Call Solicited.  TrN'SHOP X^ CONNECTION  Moyie, B. O.  All Kinds of Rough and  Bressed Lumber, Sash,  Boors and Shingles. ! ;:  i '  ] , - 0  MO FIE,    B. C.    '���  I'Olf PRICES ,ArVLY  Oil  WHITE  ���3-. R; MUIR, Mgr.  THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO,  (LIMITED.)  PETERBOROUGH, ONT.,  B>fi  ���}7:  . A Berlin dispatch says that ibc  Muncbener Fachrichten rocorde the  experience of a young German who  undertook to establish a kissing record.    He gained bis swecthbrirt'.-T con-  sent  (ho terms being   that  he should I To all points.    G'ive,   tho  only  direot  take ten   thousand   kissea   fiom   hei     , service from tho  hps in ton Hours, with a brief   interval  RAILWAY  AND SOO���PACIFIC LINE.  EAST and WETS  BREWERY.  Mail Orders Given Prompt  Attention.  for refreshment eve.y half hour.  Um  pires were appointed to thc attempt to  "Ai'mmsAY      OOUNTET  Througli   first   plugs   sleeper   daily  Cranbrook,   ���   yort Stoolc    ���  UM ION BARBER SHOP  AND PATH ROOMS.  T- B. COJLt.lA'8, VroV.  MOYIE, B. C.  i  fit fi fiAdER "BEES  ANB TFORTER . .  .  Orders Promptly ATTENnfeD to. ~  R. RfestDrer 'M Co., Props. WELSON, B. C  t.  PATRONIZE  -xi���a--.^ w i..*. atwiinpi to       inrotigti   urst   plugs   sleeper   <I*iilv  -������  9orne,areCOr<!'   'The"0l,n�� m'^ scored   fo and Trom Kootenay Landing. W   WHTTT?   T  A'RnP  2,000 kisses m tbe first hour, 1000   m   ��^ imjs p.lt..s   Medicine   Hat  dailv   fn,    VV-a-L1^  IjABOR  2,000 kisses iu tlie first hour, 1,000 in  thefecoud. He had readied 700 in  the third hour when his lips became  paralized and he became unconscious.  1 At-the -provincial election two years  , ago. there  were only   303   votes  cast  altogether for the candidates in South'  .East Kootenay.   'Following  is  a\U"st.  of,tbe polling-places and the votes of  each :.,������.' , '        ���   ,  '     Polling.Places.;     :   Baker  Wasa.  Port Steele. ... . ..       ;  North Star Mine,  Wardner-..A'. .....  ���Crows, Nest Landing.  .Cranbrook'.,   Moyie ....  ���"Fernie.. ... . '.-.,',  Total....... .'.,....  >-.��-kt*rs Majority���15.  11  m  3  25  4  21 ,  U  12  159  Jdf-i-.ijsp.ihs Medicine Hat daily foi  St. Paul, Fridiiys for Montreal and  Boston, Sundays and Wednesdays foi  Toronto.  DAILY    TRAIN.      .*  ffx     '       ���;������ ' '^fiflr  .12-Olive .. . dMOYIE. ... ..ive. 10:02  Conhection tri-weekly at Macleod  ior Calgary and Edmonton, and daily  at Medicine Kat for all; points ISast  Connection daily at Kootenay -Landing for all polls' in West ^Koottmay,  olocfih^au-J. Boundary' districts,' and  for Pacific,coast and main.line points  Vialieve'lstoke. -,.��� .       .  THROUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  BAGCAaE CHEOKED^TO  DESTHVATION.   "���' ;  Cheap Bates to the Old Country.  Ap'a|.. ^,^ch' MftP8' Timc Card,, Tickets ttn,j  ���    f'd'f -f?ri3SUoii to NearestLooni  ��r5,-"',- ki . ���  . I'i. '&��� fcmBmrt/''Ap-flfti,-- Moyie;      *.  By Sending Your Work To Uie  PHILIP; CONRAD, Prop,  GOOD ,WOIj.K  tmuer  PliJOES  RE'AS OXA BLR  BOOTS    AND    SHOES*  Kcpaircd aud Made to Order.  R. A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEXT DOOR TO BLACKSMITH SHOP.  v MINERAL   ACT189().  .7,..'-.' ,' .'"' (-FO'RSr' F.);_' f .'. ''" .;.  ObRTIFICATU OK iMfROVfirilENTS.  ���������'.'. .   'NOTICE.    ���������        'd ' v.'  FOR FINE  i  I 1 l^^Tl-* M? JjfhA3  r:T^m  'Til  W. f.- Anderson,-*  T. P,f A. Nclsou,  '��� E. J. C0YLI5,  A*. G. P. a., Vaucovct  }&��� $PV$'~~~-a*sB3&;  Christinas    is  coming:'   (Ael  home. PR3SST, (he photographer, will visit Moyie on  each . Saturday. Flashlight  pictures taken at   the  Moyie  or at ypur room or house.  Leave  yotir  orders   at,   once  .-���No-tune to delay.  Brest, & Co.,  The. Afeuelck, J.uhokoh', Trado' dollar, Lake  fectiori   Geneml  Buller, Fraction  and ircil  he    Foit. Steele   Mining    Division : of   East  Aootenay District. 7d >.nst  ^ Where located :-Ou thc,;E��,t side- of Moyic';  your pictures   taJkeD''to*  Bend   . T"fc "oti���� that I, * James- A.- Harvov. tout  '     ���"  JOr��10T^V.*E"eCu^-^nEplidated*Mi,1li��Cor  B9&W," intent! sixty/day*, from the date hereof  to apply tojthe Mining Roeorder for ft. Certin-  cate of improvements for thepurpo.se of ohtain-  .lug a Grown Grant of the above claim  'And further take notice Unit action, under  section 3/, must be commenced before the issuance of-siieh OertUieate of Improvements.    "  .I.A.- HA.KVKY,  Dated.this, 12th day of February, a. D.-ipooi  i, .-������ rhotpgraphers,  .rJn^rook,    Blo.yie,     j?ovt Seeie.  StlBSCRIBE   FOR  THE LEADEB  Catalogue  CUT OUT AND SEND TO US.    NO: 30.  ���'��������.'������������ i'i  I'*.��-:, \i  ^ V7"','.

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