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 ?w\ w  I? r%r^  fr��..i     i<fl  r  IV  M'  ,  u-ljrf  9  AA  *\  J3a32^  ��'  ?3  :)L.3,N0.17.  -%f^,^:",*>.">'B5',>;t"  , ' MOYIE, B, .C, AUGUST il, 1900.  S3 A YEAR  % f-tri^i  At last our, Ptcck of dry gootfa ' have  arrived., Call early, ladies and get  first choice of tlie mwst,' beaut it ul and  lalest'elylcs in'dress patterns, crepeim,  lusters and serge dress goot,k    At  tho  pa mo time   do   net  forget  to  on ntj  along your hutbands and children,,  .and don'i lot them go homo without a  nice summer suit, hat and .shoes. Our  stock of 2011 ts' furnishings .is complete. Tho grocery department is  humming like fi bee liivo oi  EEID/CAMPBELL&'CO.  11-^w  ww t*vt^JK*w*m*w*i&mmt>*ivnmK  r  W.  L"0F, COMMERCE*  Paid JJp Capital, $6,000,000,  HilBROOK-BRANCH..   ������     ."���       j. W. HrSMYTHE'"MGR^  LOCAL   NEWS.  , Miss Sadie Dennett is'out from Port  Steele on n visit.      ' '   "  (J#j. Amborcrombie ifi taking a jsliort  v'acalion in Spokane;  James Ryan of the Craubrook hotel  wad out to Moyie Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Elm or were Fort  Steele visitors last Monday.   _  .  Tlie luin'ber is on the ground for  the enlarging of tho Moyic brewery.  J.). L. Bcttchen baa returned from  the Mission hospital much improved  in health.       ,       '  '  .A splendid social dance was given  by F. ./, McMillion at bia. li'otc-1 last  evening,  'd'ra. Cb.'ttj, King 5�� in tlie St. Eugeric-  KiA'l hospital having been lak'eii there Inst  #| Monday. '  ^      J. ,1. Muipby,'W. L.  Real.,   and  Desaulnior cmcut Wednesday in Or;m-  i      f '"  biook. ,' ,     .  Mrs.'P.J, McMabon returned this  morning troip Spokane, where the \vc.-i  been visiting., \ ,.  0,1) '  ]). J, Johnson is erecting,, three '2-lx  ~i residences for Gov,. Agent Armstrong,  of Fort Steele, ,.  ���  ���a  Mrrj. ira M. TownsSnd and little girl  arrived this, week from Spring Jiill, >7.  S,, to join her husband. , ' ,  Rubt. Campbell has returned from  'tho hospit.ilj but !.- Al: ,mA, -/ ;, '"villi  a stiff knee.  Mrs, D. L. Cardinal and son arrived  here from Silvirlon last Wednesday to  join Mr/Cardinal,"    '"'  A. L, McDermot was amongst those  of the popular Cranbrook boys who  took in the sights of Movie yesterday.  V77Y %7*���\  Vi ij La k<  (iasa*sac"j��V<i-T5 nMnwiotfetcsMr M  i.:-;. U.*cJCkxzie.  nn  Ah  Pbed (Doc) Pcllmaj.'.  i"\d'  p As each month passes Moyie's payroll  $,, continues to increase. For the month of  jjjj 'May the St.1 Eugene Consolidated Mining p  H; Co. paid out $17,000, and.for June $21,000; ||  ,P Yesterday was -the company's pa.yday >M  l| and the amount paid out was $25,400. 5f|  K With the usual sums paid out about town ��3  P KCoyie's payroll for the month of July will ��|  ft; easily reach the $28,000, mark. This is ��  p the _ largest amount ,;eyer paid out in a  ^ single month in Moyie;" '  je-: !2feSS3S^2S2SS2KKS��^^eS52B  GRANBHOOK    ITEMS.  Cranbrook Herald:    ,'  Mat* Knckfndorf, George Meyers,  Carl V>->���;'.', Frank Dickerson and Sam  ffuzotto-wont f?sbing�� recently, near  Sw'an:.'���a; they v.-enf on horseback, and  now a.-; the former.places the-piilow in  the chair every tir;>e ho aits ,down ho  v/i she j be had walked.  Yesierday afternoon, at, 2 o'clock,  many duely-drersed people tbrongetl  J. I. Mcintosh,pf tho Lhibuiet Cigar the st/eets leading to the -Presbytarian  Store, is adding a nice line of fruits j church, the oocas3ioQ being, the tmit-  and ccufccfionery.to bis' stock. ling in the bonds of   wedlock   of   Miss  is suffering with  ie Hotel for' the  masses/ Everything ��� 5*U-Gt  in every   respect.    Sample :Spom^  ^:or  Commercial Ivlen.  0Y1E,  British Columbia.  -iJw-^,r,ywJrff#twm)*jniiwiifc".ii.iwiWi,.^wf,.,T��irw'w,' nwn'f vi fv v-mt   ��  Mrc-, Hurpsr was'.tuken to the" St. ;Hatt:^ May O7 Dell and Arthur Wright  .1 TuciSay. ' She 1 MV-��j ,' 'tv'^ 'of. Oranbrook's most  severe'"���attack   of (a>tiiitablo young people.        ,        -  people of Cvnnl>ru6h Visit Moyic.  ' Yesterday some 175 people of rCran-  broolc boarded a special train and came  to Moyie to spend the day..' After the  passengers .g-;t uil' at _ the station the  train wua pulled in on the Lake Shore  siding and remained there until ready  to return at 8 o'clock in the evening.  The excursion was given by Key City  Lodgo 2To; 43, I. 0. O. F. "  The people spent an enjoyable day.  Some took advantage of the excellent  boating on the lake. Some stayed at  the pavillion and danced to the, melodious strains furnished by tho Moyie  orchestra, and over 100 persons were  shown through the St. Eugene corieen-"  tratc  fna i  Hn.33.2cr  Mi-, iiruwry ltoturu.4.  Mr. J. C. Drewry, ��� managin"  director of the Canadian Gold Fields Syndi-'  catd, arrived hi  Moyie Tuesday from  Eossland,   This is   Mr. Dr'ewry's  first'  visit to Moyic   in   threo . months,   ho  having   been   detained   in   Montreal,  nearly that time on account of, smallpox,   Despito the   trying   experience  which ho underwent, owing to thia attack of illiie33 he Iookd extremely well  and rcporto himself as never in  better ,  physical condition.    -  Tho account of his   experiences id  the. Montreal hospital is rather intercs-  fkig, and Mr, Drewry   is loud   in   his  condemnation'of mc'systcm which tho '  authorities oi that city have , with  re*  latiun to the arrangements which tliey  have'for looking after p:\ticnia aillictod ,  with that dreaded disease.   "He Bays ho  would not iiave bolieve.d that ,cjuch   a  state [ol   things  could   o^isst., in    tho  wealthy   city   of  Montreal' and   that  it id a disgrace not only to   the  community bu't  an ' insult   to   humanity   ���  that they ghonld longer continue;  The diaoaso v/hich'was   very   nearly  treminating his carrer ' of. usefulness  was contracted  on   the. Pullman   car  between Medicine Hat and  Winnipeg.  When ho   boarded ��� the   train   in. the  ear.y morning   at   Medicine   Hat   ho, .  found ono of the passengers,, a Mr. Fin-  layson, who was  on   his .way,  from  Yokohama,to .England,  and,  who  oc  cupied the next berth to  Mr.  Drewry,'  in a high lAvor.    AjL the "request- of thq ,.  sick man's; friend^ Mr, Scott, Mr. Drew-   ,  rv tried to find a doctor on board  who  who would attend the sufferer, but  as1-.  there wad not one then   on   the  train  they ran through almost to   Winnipeg  before obtaining* one.   At Winnipego  the sick man was in a very serious cdii-  dition and was taken off and' sent   to ,  the. hospital, wliere he  died   the   next  '  day without the smallpox from 'which  'hc,v/a3 suffering having   made   itself  com-i  . . j noticeable on hiy bociv,   and   ho   Has  \ raoy granted this   yermisxion,    and it j -^^ ^ithout Jt. .V^,.  6'llo��� . ^aow^ .  what really caused his death.    It  wsa  imagined by tlioi doctors Oiac  ho  died  puemoui'a. , ���   i     Jt.iul'c femall, the genial hoot  of   the I waa greatly apprecia'ced by, those  who  Messrs. Hutchison, McVitlie,  Keay | Cosmopolititii, will depart' on   Sunday j for the th'Jt time saw .i piece of machi-  and eockesdorp were guests of Glen [for CiiarlolLclown, P. E. I., the scene of | ncry of ttiis kind in operation,    Thoy fr0l�� a , malignant   lovra   c^'   typiiokl  Campbell on his sjood .��'iip Mai'jt  rri-'  titernoon.  R. A. ir'-mvti! ;vi:':' .^ t to    ids  U'liue  ���(,;;dn>: .  ..} hood days; iVoai where  ho'li^Asc  ah?cnt   for    tO   yrai i.    .  'Aicr   aA��;  ljto'd visit ho   v:ill  return,  1-; Ir. t. 1 im  irr  veil pleased with the town aud  >ud:n?~    nnd   left'  with   the  :n'."  ���ith him his  brothcr':<  iii>".  to  in AAU.I Walla. Wu-'h.,   l;it��        .      .  after spading several days in    Moyie., ioil1   ht) lllUer* who ia now htre'. arrjv"  r, , ,    .        iiv'r..;m Da ivson City la.^t Monday.  Sten   Haufccn,  has    lolurucd    from     -   ,  Republic, Wa6J.   'H, savs  J. S.. Me-'     -��� ^ Smyth, brother of Moyie Fred,  Cnicke:i is in   the   hotel   bu.=ine&>   il3 | was m town Tuefiiiay; he thought Cran-  ' broi a h lust of infant, but having been  i'  ver-  ���**���ii  enrrai n  v . DESAT;L>"I3iItI*;COM' I'ri?i> j.  n  ^Eegular,JMeals Served in* the Dining  Room, with [Snonx|(.OKPEES between  meals,  HcadquarteP8^fopI[CommenoIaI][and Mining;.Men.  'i'.'KKo   .'.Vf^Ui3  that town and it-'doing fairly well.  IT, A. Kobson, acconipnieit dv his  wife and child, spent most of ihe week  iu town. Mr. Robson is a son of  Robt. Robson, the baker,  Wm. Houston, one of the best known  minors in the camp, has returned from  0i0ll  the hospital where he was confined fo  some time past with rheumatism.  F. C. Potts, who figured  quite con  spicuously in the recent political cam  bor;  znd bred in such  Wal!;>  ! Waibi, Wash.,, where immense fields  of golden gram wave in .the summer  winds;, and the frisky peach and sportive apple flirt with each other all   day  (and night, and the1 apricot and andau-  peax rubbernecking througu the  hzy .umosphere���having passed  much  of bis life amid such scenes as this  lie  couk;  not      fully    anpreciats' ���  a  country wh9re  tho land-stands ,pria-  fever.    Quite a number of tec  passenger;-! on the same Pullman also got oil  :i (hat Moyic and   Ks people iU Winnipeg and   were   subsequently.  attacked with smallpox, from which  some of them died: It was not till i.'Ji  days after the train left Winnipeg thiu  Mr. Drewry fell ill and it wa3 five days  after ho was seized by the sicknesg that  the doctors finally deeided that ihi  case wa3 one ol smallpox and hnd him  removed to the isolation hospital.  .For a dey o.nd a half be lay at tho pohit  of death in a condition, of delinum,  and it was not till the msh showed itself that he obtained relief from tho  high fever and pneumonia which sc  often ftccompnies this disease. M,  Mr. Drevrry will remain in "Moyie f.-  week or ten, clays, .   ���  .movie, b. c.  paign, is nov; representing the Winni- 'cipa'.iy on end and   piue   trees   han,  peg Tribune, and was   in   Moyic  this  week for that purpose,  oupt, Cameron,  of   the   Cntnbrook ' be s.- many prosperous looking people  ou i ^ sides���but still ho   thought  it  imts: ho'all tight or  there would  uol  Too Honest.  A lawyer took in a now boy tho other  day, and, as he had suffered   to  some  extent from tho  depredations   of   the  former one, he determined  to   try   the  new boy's honesty at once,    He therefore placed a ijio note   under  e,  weight!  on his desk and Talked out without  word.    Dpon his return, half an  hour,  later, the note was gono   and   half   a  dollar in silver had   taken   its   place.  "Boy, when I went out I left So under  this weight."  "Yes, sir, but you hadn't been gone  five minutes wheii a, man cama' in  with a bill against you for $4.50, I  guos3 ,thc change is correct?"     ��� "i  "You,paidctho bill?"  division of the C. P.  R.-   was   out   to  ?doyio this week looking  after  station  matters, but   nothing was   given   for  j publication,  J. R. Costigan, John   Fink,   W,   S.  hers;  ��".   W,    /"UrTK,iyroj)r��ctor,  J? ^Va j xoay, 0. P. Campbell, W. T. Eeid and '  ! wife aud W. F, Tate aud wife Of Cranbrook were ^amongst   the   visitor   to  Moyie yesterday,  Strike mi C. V. K.  Winnipeg, Aug.-J..���The machinists,  builer-maker-: and fitters employed by  A Popular Hotel,  The hotel Wentworth of Cranbrook,  isbecoming one of tho most popular  "Yes, sir.   There it is, all   receipted.  hoteis in that town.   'It is'now'neatly  The man said it had slipped your mind I furaishej    throughout,  the rooms aro  for the past four years, antl so-  He did not get auy further before he  { made a rush for the door. ,, The boy is  j not in tho law business any more.  ie A P, H. in shops at Winnipeg, Fort  ; WdlAm and other divisional points  : wt-t )f the Pacific coast wont out on  AA'iivO this morning to the'number  i-jf :i..:ut 000.  m  ... -SJ IV '  i'hi.-j hotcl^is^now open to  the public, andfis  well  furu  -died throughout.    None but the best   brands of  winc-p  limiora mid cigars kept in slock.        ,       .  F.F.Pieperof   Cranbrook   ^... ,sr ceaxorook,  vyral days this week poncouug '  ! .irraugeuients for tho Odd Fellows' e>-- i ,,������!,  ,r    ... -i,i r .in ,-,,ii��� \o\n . ' tits shops-here;   t">is   includes  3Ir. Picoer worked iaitlui'lly !Ul'J _  %    l >  ,,.,.��� i  > the . '.acbmists, blacksmiths and boiler-  ;,    rrhe smallnoss of the' ;num-  mr-  CBJS8 ������ACCOMMOJOATXOy'S.  MDYIE, B.  ^���'***fftT��a'��ewwB����aBttia  ^av��iL-��n'*K^s?ttoxz^Kfji.^^ ****  if h, -"fT'  *%  -%m E.-g  W'. M MJ  JOMNSTON  his R  'Sana C?  ;M<  %^otQlis Hew and well, Furnished. : The  ^������^os.are-Supplied'With the" Best tlie  ,;^r'v-ket affords. The Bar is Filled with  'Hexie^t.-Brands of Liquors and Cigars.;  ^A-D<JUARTEF{&\'FOB'OOMlVUilKCIA'L  AND MNillNG MEN '   ,,  IlKITI^H co^;Mi;i  . -i,*, '-C <* -�����'��� -'*"��� <��� ���v* v" '��� *<*' <.*���"* "  Uieju,lV->i     .  ,.   J ber oi. men in tho shops at the/time of  l"a to yesterday there were niuo.men  -..    ,,- . ,.., r...,, .-..,,,. i -j-lI . ' tilts shops -here;   I'ms   inc1'  oursiou  lo bavo everything tight and   c  od in doing so. ��� He is;a  eiedic.  to  order to which he belongs.'   A   .'   , . - .  '    ���  j the "itrike is accounted tor by tho   lauir  ,. H. M.   Wentworth,   editor- of    Ae , U)^ Ul<!. shop..forco .^ besu COi2siderp  Cranbrook Herald, was-wuh   Are A^];lbly reduced {/lae'l^st few weeks.  "  c'ursion from CraubrooK yesterday-anibi - ���.- ������-... ���   ;     :���'"'    ���   ,  paid: Moyic his first, visit,    Mr.   Went- j    ...        -.jioyio's XYatci- s.v=sion\. p  worth is au old time aiming maVi,'i and |   "j/.y, 'ijarvey   was   out   from ' Fort  has been in most of tho mining camps | ^lGCi0 Wednesday on  a 'business  mis-  of the northwest.    He has'grent io.ith  inaihe future of Moyie,  Jiivoii h\ i>n.ys t>r |i."or':.-  'the''"electrician?-" yelled  N'oah, <is be gioped his way. towards  lbo ontjine-reoin. Thus, even in the  days of yore, wtis there much commotion when tiio are lights wont; out.--  .Brooklyn ���i��ile,  .   NO-flU.!-'.  OtOU;U"  ���y    ���>.' w   .| Ml!> ''     ' '      "  "     ,; '    '���-'  sion.  When asked regarding his   pro  'posed water system for Moyie, he   said  that be was still working   on At,   but  :No Kcliciiriujj for Corcunu'..  Boise, Idaho, Aug, 7,--"Tho ci'-ptemo  court has decided tho petition for ro-  hoariiig in tho case of Par.l Oorccran,  the Coetir d'Alene miner. Ic passing  on the petition the court says ;  "Wo have considered the petition  for a rehearing filed in this case. There  is no question presented in tho petition  which has not boon fuliy.flud repreat-  ediy-passed upon by . the court, A  reiloratioii oi our conclusions'' would  not add to their force and .a detailed  review of the^questions presented by  the petition would -,be an act - of  superrogation. The petition. Ipy a.,  rehearing is denied." ;.'���     .      '. ���  j plastered, lighted with  acetylene  gas '  and equipped with electric bells.    Go.o.  Wenthworth, the  proprietor, has  tho  reputation oi being one   of   the   best  hotel men in tho country.  v-i:  veT?s'?xv  Saa^  wii'  ���^A'j'  ,-',.' "vic-*-N G; Stets.km Co'  j.. j;-murphy .& eo/s-  p   STORE, H0YIE, D. 0,       -  ilicl?. StriJvo on Aurora.'  O. J. Johnston reports a rich   strike  on the Aurora   on   the" west- side   qf  that it would take longer to place   the   Moyie lake.'   He.  was   stripping   the  stock and get everything in readuess  to begin operations then at first anticipated. However, he said, ho.would  push tho matter with alb possible  speed, ...      a  ���Nmijc,  'I'.IMllO  <M h'oivljy  idvou   lint'.   !!.���:  ,l\- C.j.;liu-i poon i.lUulveil.   -U  ledge about 250 feet above-the 2To. 1-  1 * ���'/*  .,,,-!.H.s in..k:ln..-<ll->    01'   lutu'.':���?    --������-- -  :���,a v..)uumny,-lilv.'.SO   cwiniinieiuo   �� I'  ILLlCl-sisiK-il. J..;WlS..lt.��l--'M'U.-   -V.t-U;  \io\...', -i.V' :'��� '!.��� '-'��� ''  tunnel and uncovered a two and a half  foot ledge, Mr. Johnson is quite sanguine over the outlook oc his property  and the people of. Moyio . feel, much  alula!, (iu.jtatioiis-, ��� j elated over tho fuvorable   prospects - of I  York,    Aug A).���Bar   silver, jtherobeing another mine  in the  .nea  1      .til      /\1 ���> ,1*      I        A.I   I'll .    ,.   ^ i   "   "      * - ���    . n.    ���. t- ,  .lo.an son  m.-'i r:f   ':;  CEYLOZT  TEA    '  Fl^vbr.r is Dolioioua.' Absolutely rare,  - cam .v.ig if,��,n rrnrtsT       ��� ��� j-  I L-'V -'.  -JJ..-V, JVUlj,  i (11    canty,    Lead.*3d)-7 (To, $d,02^. Price j vicinity.     M~,  0,Ai,,w -"l^ | for minors ixnd smelts, ff.OO 'at   the'  j'.;],-,.-:...     Cajiper, broA:-'H  i A   ���  fa!'en.; out two.  price.  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A;/-AAaIffi4fp||A^  fAA'p-sl^  ii|||ii!}ll!!ddgingdldo; ;be;  frQU'tv-  Aie largest,iiiit?^���The foneAAith    the  large^it.diftad.',.-'-, ';'.;':A"'.//v. :;p: .:   ���',  ��� Allow do young ladies show their dis-  ...'.like to miisftaHhes?~~Pyia.sottihg ' their  AdAs'ftgiiiii'st tisehi.'pa' pa ';'''. .... p'  i/.A'hat (Adupaiibu/a isAthe'.; sun ?���A  '/tai'lhei', a. p   /'a'"., ..-a -..A ���'������':-'���,.'. !.'a'.  ,'.'"' ,Whal'didAiliim.fii'st;.'p]ant^ in   the  Garden of IfMeiiApHiAfool;p'A.  ���������'''W,hy������ is;dancing, -like;-'-,AeWa.:milk?���  Pecaiisedt ,atrehgthens tbe.calyes^  -: Why js.'ti1'lien dm mortal ?--r-Bcoa use  iier'isonj���pever setsip;^:..^--i;.-';;p;:;V-���;  ���v: What is'the ill's't- things a  man  does  when liiefallfe: iuto-!the   Wfttor?���-Get;  CRAADROOK, B. C  frjcjimu^gisaaujurjwcj  Harvey   & ,-McCarter,  ���FOllT STmiLE, B. C  llarvoy, OtcC'arter A.' Alrxauiler*  FICHXIJ^:, B. u.  Barristers & Solicitors.  m rna��wturs ���a^nwryiwtart -tyrr* -rutiWBXSXKg. JZ.ic-^'JWJctix.'W  ��r����,MM��ti  r?.^-rv-".?-?''*?^^?!lfwsgj;.*'':ii������;'^""'i./'.'���-..^:..';,��i^EE2��sE5��~2S==?"^ ::" :' '������'" '���'��� 'Wl>��n-iio..in!Ve- into- .the -wfttor./��� Wets  &?i'-;y*J^$MMM:'S- ;i':<";   ''������������':   ��� V.a'A ''7 ���.'[:���'-������..:  J-'y';??. ' '���" '���������������..' !  'WOt,    >'��� ������ A '-^p A'p: y>i- A:-: .-   '/��' A  ;:;;\:;p:aa;;jp^ji^a5.A;i- By'Ab.tuid'mfeAsuremeht. during../ the- '.���.������.'' ;-.--.A 'a'"' ,.;A';/;- .���'������..������������ ;.-v:->';-'"'^  Aa-v;.Ai'Mte'| the  |;:i:;iA;i|i||ifilH.;f;^^^^^  l'rc;'yaM������l?;:^^^^  ,p:a.:a pap!Hi?;';iai.;aM'"I'.'.'.ft*:.;aa--;-',.;'��� a ...p- -:  ''a.'. :.":.'-���. .',,;; .- ...   ������:"������. ;     ;"..'-��� ���:" .'ai-"a:':::a;,a'./:':',.:p".a'..";",:,::.,:a,:' -.p..  <:--;.:.-f;v-^x^i|&;��sp^;!t/-i:;::^^,:t>.' ;'-p,'iV-v;\-'.a!--a''��� ������-��� /:'-.. "��� M ������;��� ���'���>': ���r-'^y ���-.������:v\ ���. sV,hi.if.-do-lawyers ao.wAcn  irA."  .-...���..������-.rV-;:aU':fcy.:.-^A'iri.A':^.-Ava-ia   !-"- 1/ V *���"* '  a.. "' ���, '���"���  .'.,       ���. ^':-.    ' -A        a '���.���'   ���  "A'     ���   >'     ���.'.  .//���'  "../"-a .     .A A   -A:        ' . . ,.\!- '      '    C-. .',..  .-A":   ' ,<'  .  ���' ���'  LEWIS THOMSON,   ���  Notary., Public, Accouk-  �� TAA'T,  ' Co:'l>UBSIOX     AXU  IXS.UIJAKCE AfiEST.  Eloyie, ,   ;   B, 0.  Mc^ittie ''.& Hutctiison,;  -'; :'''ppiA and Xifa a^ufitnceVJIinv,;;^1'  ''���'���'��� 'IbokArb Land Purveyors and  Ccivcyancers, and Notaries  Public.  i,cavi- Orrtn-'-; at   Lciirtor  OiHec, ."\I()yitC.  City   Sliaving   Parlor,  CENTRAL   HOTEL.   '  WESLKV CLXXJE, Vi-op.  ��� t ' Movie, B. C.  ||'The Suspender  " That Fits���^^  t--**fl4;��i*t-.-CJ *.*.-.!:.*'*��-. u?��i  ames terriga  ��umaw��. u*jnn��=wc<cpx<wjLao��t.,B33��ja*ftta  W; F. GUR'D,  ���trauv 9on��*a ��wwm w< wnw ��������  .-;��-.-  . .:.:.-7i_....r.p:::H^;  '-FA. '���;��:>r.jvfpyt^.;, va;-;;i;  ��� '���*��� Af-V: ���"; tVis'jj '-" ^' v-'- -V'':'..  MxAie is pq A Ase'd' o?'; aadlipjute.  pap;;.:ja;;a|lS|:Pi*:i%Sa;'iaa;J-a>, .."^;.��������':���      .:   .a^a'.-p, P'' p.....,,p,:a      .   a... ,:    ���:, a... ���" v   .,;..���  |f(pp?a|,b ||;*||^|;;.,;|||::j;l'iiolI.: iew'.' to\v'i.isi.djiii aboaafv.'-'Being  jiai^i:-|-4|;|ll'|f-.;'^lla;^^;1-^^^ iisit i^ cn';.ap.onin'^ul-a'r ";8hApo;  ||A$K��te!%i^ extending:-otft ;into; th '  |!AAi;;��!jj,^^  j|ia:lM|ifIlS||fKiCp' '-"^ ������'������ a'efresViuig1-';/' hrceaesip; w li icli; '���' pas  they  die?  Die'pfiU     ....'.'"' .'".,.'.'  ;A;:^dAt IrcAhsari;thc;A^OB.taVfriul  'to  :ma.rkbt'?'��� The.-avvle-.trep;.''';.;'iii ';���''���������  A^h'ai iSaihe.i.diferenbea;belwoen   a  .     JiAREISTEH, BOJCTC1TOB, ETC,  o ' '  CRANBROOK,. V>. C.  CKiVSlSKHOK;': B. C.  Properly on broad or harrow    shoulders   is    Iho  ^JACKSON  SWIVEL BACK 53  SUSPENDEK."  >  C P. inGGINS,  y^m fkm^^m***- ���a | Physician and' Surgeon  bee-]ii.vevand.3t,drsea8ed|i>ota ^ ��� ^ ���  Al^ypm^'a-h .''other a  11 ���; hiduiitaihs ���;',: and i ah  ttAeels cool r/nnd'pwarni  ^moment,: Oalhtl i/th'at' "ds.  ^p^;v?(^^: j^%|j^ljl^[|;w:i;,, a .. .A^a.;;;."^^.-;'-;^':";:^:-. .,-. a'a. ���'���.��  !>:'  -,��'  ;jafcK  If  J!?fta||,l;aa  feMA^tfiifMaaa'  speck-ddat^ri ���.-:.-'':-a'-"a/aa.:"AAAAA.   '    ,  .^a': ..;:-,.���   :/;p.a.a ;/'": ,.'a,'.i ���. a,:.:,/'* V A '" -':.:'-  ;r AWhyv: are 'lawyers; sUch.'unea|y;sleep-  ,er^; Becawse/.tliey. die^'firsEa' bn   one  sideAnd]theh on the other,Ahd'remain'  .wide,a 'wake ;all' tlib- tihieA ..: a/A;  OFFICE���lAKBELL  13L0CK.  MOYIE, ;        British Coiumbia.  :m��SMmM-mMm&HM  rBCTgqTSl-fJu-jKurwup^-VK. \^Wi.t'-y  Wholesale JG-rocers  Ay��  General Agents,  Home  and   Foreign ,Bonded    Warehouses.  gOPTE HAVE THEM^^J  ���awi  i"^:  pff f ApilD ufihg: the' moiiili-  'fef#fMr6ratH-"'!iiiT820,:w6rW  tfel* apiv.��  jlt't.a .  pa a'-r'.aa: :���.���������,-,������ -..���  dfAuiy';the>'.sutn,  ���expreisa : mouoy pr-.  nt*:'.|gf ijl'lr s,:;aii (l;'$i,8,21)^ wprf/h'/dfppfetal money-  chaB'ed.  ��  fc  g'any' meana'/inciude' 'the; amouiit  ant'p'ut'.by; regis.teredamailv ���: No dotitii..  i��w4't��'siecessary..^  |is:.e'u hi!Away5 bu i: that^pArtion -.whi'c.li!-  :i3-t;se.nt::to;':T. J��al,dn (and;': btfier :;feweat:.  Aps iii Ahie. ea's taAoulda: j ust;vUs;,'v7eU  |ea?-speiitAith^home mercliahlgp- ',y\  >".,-.     a     a    ���   A'.' :   '      '.   .  A, p:���:..'��� :        .'A.'     ������,]���. ':���;'"��� '������'���'��� ���  .  A i\.' ,     A '.'���  "'; '���t>.'  ;>.',' /   .     .'; l- '���': ���-t���a��ndrssnr*iKE^��4e��aai!iB^ '  ;p -\-".';'  '      --..���,.;;  ;::'a'V:/-fBs:-HorBe^'.ia'a;'--a-a-':";-  SjQL^; Tffays-.; a'.jfi ;;'p.H6s.6e.Eafti��t'.'.-)f>'��.---'l;;SS,isa4  ;'/:;;'' .::;@jtaicj^.SV2so cifli^s.,pyia^a*nj.  :a/.'A:.:Av<��U^  aa:;-'- ;;-.,pv"':'''-.vv''.:.a-/,'Si5tiy6W j/a'aa:.a  Apjily to  FOR SALE AND RENT  OR  MADE TO ORDER.  Til. L. E0LLI8TE3, Moyie. :  Whiskey, Wines, Beer,  Cigars, Produce, Fruity  Etc.,, Etc.,   Etc.,     Etc.'  AKD����*-  W W.'HTWH'Ji'Mpil^^ n,^^  l  ' '' ciJ-rM?i;?P0Ni)KXCK jNVirisi>,(  P^��|C   .llSllfliR'f  ��� If you cannot bring your  washing, send' if to   the  a aaSpsaidnga CaJ-AhisJ:recordiyp&i Joe  'P&tchexL,, thet.Kaiisaephorse>a(ioa you  .Jrix;pwy":;:.:.sald';!-.a.-'3iCansafi,;Hb^ and  ���'rekl':--;^ijtate'-'^nt,p"tHaV-,K ,,_ru_r^.^, ���T  /greatest natural ��� Tiorse eounti^.,'in the jltiUl L& .Li��k UjD��Dj8�� i  world'?'p;Talka%bpAt;^W it "   '  /simply. Isn't ^n//it;,V7i&;Ea]isaB. /If you  cb-tild. /'trace; the; //ancestryAof���'���;"all the  .Aoted;/norses/; or |tie- ^6rM'you aWouM  '.'x:,&'^'em'''-'hac.trV'flnai^  It's ';th'e; "ellxaate ��� ;^d'^a^rpffiat^/glTos  ?eihf the.y>rind;fjndaspeecl.!'  GO TC  --��� .�����i'?"'?  f\i      WW Y I  Bs p -a      r.ra i;  IV    H  IN,  :^aa!...3i?rtHva^:aa!!tep!itt*;-a'" ���'���'���   "  myy^l^m{ y^^^yyy^    ,   %aa;,,pa,fefcV: a ^|/fflp:f:',.,':    a-   ��� ���; ��� '.-���..,..  ������-.:-. ���'.--��� .,p. ..--<.,: :    ,.:a';;  ^;s;-^a;;:A!,|(j??rii:/'.||];-.&  A-Vp��� A^.p||||||j;|||a.||:i.:bracisirj by 1dij;|fudbw:AAdH^iynen';  A:'''A'/fsts'l" /jpefilIfiid- also depriving himself of: "bi�� ;i>liA-  A:..::A': .iSAiplifiAA fort ihcase he /should deyire to-return,  ft' a- pp |v.y,j ...^.i-yjjf.fJi,]) jl-.j  a .. a       ��� ��� .,' p       a    ������  -..���.���-        ������:  A;:;/.;AA||if'*||^;ilb /.the land pbpigtailsa . More/than this,  aA'alSjll;1' ''!Jl;|:|l:i'sdjones ihhst Atlways /rest .in /this  "������4|f v^;'|p:lpf:$;';dtn.tryAifLer'. Aispdeath, 'instead;/of  f .:a  Mi vpfAAdng shipped .back to lie-���with t,libse of  Iff'*A fft-lfl ^ Other's, as."is", the' case; -with .China.*  II' al|l|l^ A" Alio .have 'not lostcasteby cutting  ife' - allif'^^ilvo combiaction of:'. 'hair;,.-arid,; 'eilk.  Aust'toAroyeAhat'/heawa^  jgahnt' waB'aii/'de^:.Jeai^e^t ���;yrlieu/;:he  Abued, thal��|ie t^i,a':Christ  '%n.und^'jidt-'a'-;'^oxr5ri',k''''Sp  '"������'':': :'''::^^L'-y":::'''''-'~':"^,'-:i:-'-^  ^witliaaaBoBtdn^anaaWentpa^a^aa'  A "What was hifi/CTcclr^ /Hnmbietoniaii  ;or.Ko'ntueky; Whip?:" aske'd the Kansas  horaemn.3,./v?ho/ 'hadn't'-' .heard.-' of!*Pe-  'gsrd]B-,- aAfb-vWas'evidentlj- sparring, for  mud. . :-'p'.--. ��� '.',-. .'.-.'���",-',.'    a:' ���*  ' /.-".//'  ���''���'Pega-'sua-," ��� replied. Iho prpbgissbr, as  he/ a'glib.sfately'';wiped; his pspectacles,  "was .tie noted flyi^sW^-'captured by  'Bellerophoji, the son of Glaucus, while  qpenehing* ita. thirst, ;at a celebrated  j spring.'^.-.'��� ��� :���/��� -. a������;���';./ :-A;.-���      '-i.\-.- -/'.;;/.  .'���;-Ai,Oh;-;y.es/:;^  'brigiAenihg, "reeolleet' &11 about.it now.  ;Th&'b spring wae down here at Geuda,  BiiKiner' co.unty. .'.Best -water for horses  J'ey&r. saw;;.. Wild honses ,-ased. to.eome  ���Ip'O' milea to drink that .water. Didn't  know that feller, Bellerophcm personally, abut heard- dAhixA often,'-; Think I  met him once.^hen he was, bringing up  a herd oi horses from Texas. Uo'ys.used  to call him 'Ikiller' because he.talked  loud, AfTou;vcp\vlct. hear him all, over  tOTga "vyhen he called for a drink. He  weis B.om et-hing- of a blow, butPie knew  ���'���'���"-���'������ t.g :of a horse, all righi" ��� ���'-".''  " rout Bucephalus?" asked tho  aa eoc-n us'he recovered !*rom'  PRICD8 - REjVSONA BLE.  1 i  t> 'MERCHANT TAYLOR.  .For em torn   made   clothing..   Latest  styles raid reasonable prices,  J. J. KIJEPHY   & OO.'S  STOilKj MOi'IS, n, C.  ffn  ^. ^  ij;:-/;: tei]S^s|E?:Aences and indecencies of the-yellow  Bjf*1 .'-''-AA- sr^rr'?vr;*v^ifr^'^MJ; *i-���f-f" _   _*���    A'      - - ���'    '���' ��� "   -,      ' A- ������*" ~  |t|l|jfW��P-^ot  IV'.  C   r  J3  pa. a,  rr^ Vk '1 a     }��� j? 5 ! f "  > -iS'p i       k    U   <ura a a.  AltmvjNCi DA3I.V AT THE  F.tUIT   AND,  Coxn-XIION^RY  ���3  saan=.x*��a"  -'���0-  plothing,    Gents'    Furnishings,  BootSj, Shoes?,Hats, ..Gloves, Etc,  SiOiJB AXJ.1  W, J. V/AiKixs, Prop,      bArreil block-  sxJ^-:ia^r*,.*^-,>.'%.*ir.*^rs^L-j^t. yzrrjajtTSaB^.'sajBgftc  to mind,"  .knitting his  ig'b.t,/ "When did he make'  his record?,"      .,;'' "p'  ,.    7fHe  T-raa Abe^^Avild.. horsaa that was  broken to/ride ^hy.Alfesander.'After he  equefl-  ,,it-...,:,-...,..t,;.-^:,:[.,lirl-: - , .   .--        -.... .^,    --,--.-    -.--.���-i-   -���,--.-,-... CfipOlidfed .'the.  ''fb'^'^.'fe'VilEtu Bohs'i---i.Pro*��sao'r.  with , an   expression    that  Up -(,-i"^7.J a* -:!'���[K- -:1      ���  ...    _.._..-   .-�����������  .. ':^:aaaii;li'j:��!!a::i:!  aalA^Ap'I'P;: ������ "-1- ���   -Meceiu... people,  everywnere  : H|||ii|||lp|)uid haye applauded Ahem,-if  they  :-v|vAf!^a|#:fAd smashed ins head, ' ATo modest'or  Jllilll^ �����- *ntSaatriIlirer photo- %X%��^gZS%*��.  ������^���iy!'!/j<JlW^H^a:1'lunS hcr iu   -'.dripping, -bathing   trfans of PhillpACOurt,.' reapom  _pl&i?i3.i" Indicated; !!I have him now.."  ..-A>|A|ilS-;f'T:i|dtieg will attempt it.    Men,of proper,    ,.���..     ,  .. ., ..��� .,  yMWm^ '��� -a���ntad4hoisinoi. '^3:;, s^^SS  arl:'aptf';|A:A'L B{;arc3 at Jadl02 ini*athmg costume^ [ bw-ed 'that Aciore, ' Thai hor&oAsAi to  A:; --/!fA!!5ipd what is'.t photograph but "an .ever- i' rnri In A-herd tbo.t ranged .bet-.veen the  p|A:.|;|itfA^:T-iaAng 'Btpre? ' ' ���' " .;' '��� ' ' '" ' ^aa ^&ncli'e and.wiiers Wichita ia now,  AA :^|>' y-%y if:''   a   J,'"'j2^^^*^����r����,'. ' 'J-'U^d' to   i-finr-ft-. do-waon the PenAne  FOR TIIB-'vlUOTCEST- BRANDS OP  ���KGAMS  A  LL AT THR  Cabinet Cigar Store  J. I. MoINTOSH, Prop',  MfAKRAL   ACT    1S9G.     . ���  (for:.i f.)'  C EU; TFIO-VTK, "of Impiiovem k kts .  A'OTICII. A  JtcPimore Minotnl f'lnlm, .cltnstetl in \\.<j  F-'o:! ^fi.'.e Mining Division of, East ICootoiif-v  ni--;,ii(!.. .   -  \Mn.:u ;0catu<Ti:���Eiwt side of IJoivcr Movie  Lake.  Takouoiicclbc.il, James A. Hiiivcy, agent,  for tlie S:. Eligoiie Cou^oHdatcd Miniug Cora-  l.nny Limited," Free Miner's certificate 2?o.  B -J271S, Chas. C. ]rivrre3l F. M. C. No. n 9007  Joiiu iji.y K. M. {'.13 ol5i.3, and Thomas Under  F. 31. (!. >~o. 33 9701, intend '.ixty duys from th&-  date hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certif.cale of improvements Tor the purpose  of obtaining a Crown Gram of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that neliou, under  section o7, must he commenced ''before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  ���    , j. A.lIAttVfiY,  Dated this, 15th day of May, A. D. 1000,  CO MI*. AND 'SEE FS  Victori.-! A vs., 'Movrr, ll "C  -      '   WM. MILLS, Proprietor;  .Mioeiu   headquarters.     Good accommodations for  travelers  liquors &iid cigars kept iu stock.'  Best   wines  Qi,'Ki;:v;�� Avoirs,  MOYJE, B. C.  rjetsrrricrtw  SUBSCRIBE   FOP. THE   LEADER.  a'AAAii  :tj;AA A  -.",)&  ���X'-  bpA^rfe i^::      ���:���       i'roventty.1 .1. T.-ajj��<l,yi ���        ���  ...Timely -in formation, given Mxe. -Geo.   atime.  )ng,.of New Strsiilaville,' Ohio, 'saved  olives.. .A. frightful cough had long  '���pi her await e. every night.   .Shediad  ed many remedies and doctors but  /.iadily grew worse until urged to  try  :, King's Kev,' Discovery, One bot-  ���������! wholly cured'her; and 'she 'writes,  is.marvelous- medicine also' cured  A Long:.of a eevere attack of rheum-'  ia.    Such, cures are positiveproof of  ;e-power to Axrertli throat, chest and  :ng troubles'  Only ��� 50o  tmd   9.1.00.  CAN  .'HU-L'LV  VOL-   Vi in-I  Stoves,   Tinware, Furniture, Mattresses, Bedding, Carpet?, ...Curtains,.Etc.,-.at lower prices  j <iatB, iu..BumnAAnd'Helper counties,-; tiiaii can foe iiad-lay 'sendiiiig- to''ediStern cities  nearly uyery suaa-nier.   Seen him men;- ��� ���'���������' ������*���-���...-. "' vw'.  -..'.��� ' ���     -vr _'  ��� .. ._-��\    ������    i       i .       ,    ���*  OYIE, B. C<  THE WM, HAMILTON- MANUFACTUKINa CO'  (LIMITEDO  PETERBOBOUaH, ont.;  ,: "���*':  laranteed.    Trial   hotlleo    free    rvt  ope (& Boattie'e AAr::y ;;!oro.  . A.'i?e��.lBifHi ���:. ���;������ -v- f'a:.P:/:a--1~  Partiec wishii-g to havu  p.;  )rk done o:.: r.l;i:r,;c i:   "  "���kor  ���;u ..p.ciCE-eraent.  ���'bio vici.'jify of  oyie, wiil.de well io cquculf or write  undcrrifjcA   fev -,forms.    -A/ovlc  tm n:y cave   'v;Il   bA���promptly   nf-i  ded   A, ' rupi ' r;oti;-faction    r/ill. bc'  B, ,A. MOO/!'-'",  JJ?^  i"o question bnt. what-he -was  ��is< .-ca^,JLW-a.-K2Lagj^:, Q^jb-JE''  ST?  bora 'down., in tho ' southwest part of  the state.   Finest wild horse lever saw.  Had  a  man.�� that .came down, to ..his.  knees ,and when he smeiied,danger you  coulcl hear him' snort half a mile.   That  follow Alexander that brokehim���let'a  see���what' was .his���first name?   Well,  sir, he could ride anything that wore   ,-__ .  _    _ _  hair, but he mighty hear luiel to give   iP^  ^ *?*��� *** ^r A-^.--AA>"A-^=^-  Write for, Qucjaxioks.  Mail Qiww-i PkoiiPThY attendbd to.  H'S  qp  MANAGER. GILPIN'S BIG   GENERAL; .GTORE,'' CRANBROOK,   B. ;C,  ���^^^BSTK^s^asXt^aassscsxi^^  kypriiMJBgBjjm iiactKpaaMaeaMwairifjww  in when he etruck that horse.��� I under- j ^  stand that. he. told���'some, of the hoys   $  "^ ^"^���^a^-7^-z^;^2^   ^s-^s-^-z^:  '-v- 'V-' '^  .'El-sbt'J5C"  around town that he wouldn't tackle  another job of that kind for a hundred  ilohare. As I was Baying,there is jnst  j:o   -^'r=d' to   tlie   wir>-d -.;.r,c7' nr:wc  y? r.  ?��in>7>f.t  Ifllj'^ss^  ���i-;:  bA  i ��� miwrnM rxosmopoutin'  ILF      sAt? A  B BillM^i  ' ��r  c.  L >.^i:^  The  only  house   in   East . KooVnay  heatecbthroughput^with^hotair..;     :���  I'i'rst clasa^in   every  respect, "^ Special  rates to boardery. ; Good aamplej room  for-commercial men.   .'   '���'.���-'.  European plan;    Open day :md;;iif^h��  'II. SHAM, I'rop,  ��� ���*   &,.���* . ���  ^'.  OHiAJJUIlOO  ^ii    Cj  MOYIE BaC.  Are How Open and Keacly For  Business With a Full '.Line of  Staple and Fancy  ;You arc Invited to Inspect Stock  (KMWPEHWwTr  r^^t7rrtrpy,.v5rMiiiHuiff3tJi.v,i^TgTT^ro.TTr:rrr  I1.1: rt��.u ( j'.a ftKa��BMiw������Karacff.att��3 Mgaa��jWS��B��wr   "  FOS.FIME  Ook,  ^ni:?  B*����i^Miw��wnimnii A
f.    '
THE MOYIE LEADER.
JIOYiK,    B.    C.
THE CENSOR.
■fee crusaders iipiinat the bitd on the
i . iin not scorn to luive w iiwd many of
K ;vil,.,en."l^diu. News.
Tpiilroads iu iho United Sraies have
nboiit reached the point where, wo no
loiWi' t'';(Vel; we »mvfc- ~ Huiitsvillo
t\Ut.) Post. '
'\-\<ti I'aria fair will seem much like a
l,Vui<vrAmerican exhibition, with ' the
t of the world taken in to fill up the
cbiiiKs.—New Vork Tribune.
fin- Chicago oculist  wdio removed  the
• dii" e.ve nf his patient sheds another
V.i'v <if confirmation on Napoleon's npo-
''*        that a   blunder  is   worse  than   a
tlu'inn
crinK'
.Saw York World.
of J-
JiiP'li
The currency is increasing at the rate
I.'OUU.UOO a day, but owinj,' to some
' in the amtiiKeinenis perhaps its
lAiihu'tion'onl.v iak.>s phieo oiuiay day,
;s"],„1L.toforc.-I,iasbiirKTiim-s. ■' ,
' Kmcii would probably be willing to
.in- Russia (he slice of territory the lat-
f" ,• leiinuds if sbe were not al'riiid Hint
I' n',.iil.l only "erve to whet (he boar's
B-,ih-tite for niore.r~P,itfsbiirs Times.
Tlie N*-'",v Yorker who bus talked his
].,..< w\\i into a phonograph may suppose
.i,,,'l !,,- has yM abend of the lawyers, but
iIm.m- 'ire experienced litigants who will
n'.'i "jump f»t'any such conclusion.—St.
l.,mis I»ihP«t<-ll>.
\nv jj.-rKon who catches more loan VA)
hu--,i trout pef.dny hi Connect km is liu-'
U, ),•■ fhied am' imprisoned,     111.1 peo-
,,'f Cmnectieul have ovidentlyb-'eome
he lies of tlio fislieniinii.— Chieii-
TiiiiivlIiTiild.
-,,-, nindi i-opc.skippin!,' has lulled one
ton   iiuu'h   waltzing  bus  crazed
'1 l|is  should   bi> :i ' warning  to
indulge' in   pleasure  or  exer-
.f'lhh kind that moderation is good
New,Vork, Ilerulii.
',t-
j.l.-
tnei! of t
ii'i-
in
girl, "iu
fll.otlHT.
{),„...(.    Mild
ri-e :
in nil thin-*
ii, 1'iiniiv U thinking of ma km;; an
t,.-i)"t' i" "prtdiibit the entry <,f a largo
mii.il.cT i>r American prep.'ired food prod-
Several reasons -two given fur the
i,..'i,,ii. but the real,one is'that dtir-
■'l , vear l^i'O «'«■ jsout to' Germany
f"r .'.!,. uvei-'.>l",.0(X).f<00 worth of piuls
f.v} l!-. i-lit l'f"iii (Jermany only ?S 1,000.-
0..I v. oi th--- Sen! lie I'ost-Iniellifreiicer.
i i   uTACrAMA'''  RELIANCE. CrOAK
LA "IUow\.i>A,      FACTORY. Montreal
thITiroyal box.
TiiH.ineonio of the crown prince of
Gt-rnuniy is .^To.OOu a year.
The German emperor is a believer in
t>ie lurk attending horseshoes never
^a-!-,.- o'iie by. undwas once seen walking
Via. through the'streets of I'.erlin 'car-
pii.L- a hiiKe shoe in bis left huud.
"y...in Victoria's birtlulay will be ofii-
o'jic.v eelebfatcd in London on .Saturday.
Jh\" •-'»;. this year. Th«; ministers will
phi' l.iif,'.- bampii-ts. and ih..- I'n'iiee. of
Wats \m1! dine with l-«i'd Salisbury.
Leo   XII1   has   urealiy   altered jn   the
|a-t >.••!! or i-o.    He i=> mueli, thinner and
liaul'i paler  tiian "he   was  it   few   moitlli-
li.'n.     iii-   f'-K-e   looks' piticheib     Ou   tlie
otts-i  li-iiul.  hi--.' e.ies are briffln,  and  hi:,
vuice is f.ol-iy strum;.    IIis intelb-<-t is aw
Fii'mi:' 'us '-m-i. "i.d  his memory is clear
mill [/ i  i-e    '  ,'
Montroe.l.   F"rco Jlus. Am
V. $1.50  up.   K.  P. J1.0J ca..
MEN  OF  MARK.
. William J. I'.ryan. Con<;ressma:i Williams and hicli.-nd Vaies were members
of ihu t.ame el,i.-,-, at Illinois college.
Rev. I Jr. Xoiniaii' Pox, u reiired IJap-
li>t clergyman, has been elected mayor
by the jfepiibliciiiis of Mori isiuwu, N.'.i.
CJc-neral Croiijt- appeiirs to be thriving
in exile. Sim-e his' s-imtuder he has
gained M p0undB of the -50 he lo^t in his
Mieccni campaigning.
.Senator Tillman said recently, *'I have
two colored men in charge of my pi nutation, men who think the world of me
inu to whom I would trust eveivthing I
JWIJ."
J. \V. Kobiiihou of Hutler county, Kan.,,
owns a farm of nioie ilian 10.UOU acres,
of, which he works 'l,r,Ui) acres himself.
"Iu my 15 years' residence in KaiiMis,*'
•ie' says, "I have never known a year'
'that I did not make money."'
Dr. ImIsoii Kessendon Gallaudet, head
.•ouch of the Vale crews and un,. instructor in physics, will resign at the
•.Jose of the present rowing season to ac-
i opt a place with the Champ Shipbuilding e'omiiaiJy of Philadelphia.
Julius Fleischniatin is one of the youn-
g,>st iiiayors of a large city in this country. He is, but '^-i years old and is the
mayor of'Cincinnati; When only '2Q, he
was made a colonel on the staff of President McKinley, then governor of Ohio.
A New Vork pa per is authority for the'
statement that Thomas Ii. I£«■**«! i-1 growing more portly anil that he uses the fact
as the basis for a claim of extraordinary
politeness, because he is abb.' to give two
ladies n seat by htumling up in'a crowded
< a r. ■ , -
James J. Clark, mice n prosperous restaurant owner of New York, who made
.AiO.UUU a year from the liijou cafe alone
until that siotoiious resort was slim up
by the police. h;*s opened a clam chowder
stand , at Cmjey Island. At one. time
Clark was rated as a millionaire. fie
lor-t his money iu speculation.
flail- of tlie- "J2 dukes' who sit in the
liritish house of. buds have no sons to
Eiict'cil. them.- 'flic dukes who tire without heirs apparent are the present fluke
of Argyll and the Dukes of He:!ufort.
Hamilton, ^-Devon-hire, Deeds. .Munches
ier, Newcastle, St. Albans, Somerset,
Wellington and Wistmiii>ler.
Tw.> years ngo Douis I'atnatid lesigned
Lis place as assistant postmaster of. Iiv
creu. Wash., to try his fortune in the
Klondike. Three of his friends made up
J-fUO as a ,fgrub stake" for him. No word
came from the recipient until he leturned
to' ICvereit a week ago, when he divided
•V.n.Ub'O among the three friends who had
helped him.
Niiielein years ago-Lord Roberts received the thanks of both houses of parliament for his inarch from Kabul .to
Kandahar. lie is the only man liviugen-
titled to wi'ar two Victoria cl"»sses. His
own be wears on his left breast, but—ac-
'coiding to army regulat ions,—the cross
earned by his son lie is not only allowed
but commanded to wear on the Opposite
side. ,-	
Th_e""c~ynic.     ' ' .'
Eels! Balmoral.
Pufloil  L"{) With  rrldo.    '
He was a proud little fellow as he
unit ted around in u new pair of trousers
tl'at lii- mother had made him. nnd very
lnil">r;.uif be looked «is be squared himself in fimit of his best friend, the corner
prooT. and said, "I bet you can't thiuk
i^lnit my trousers are made of?"
"ItroadilolliV  asked   the grocer.
"So." replied the little"fellow. v
"Cuiduiov, then?" ventured the grocer.
"N.>."
"S. I'L-eV"
'   "X"-"
"\V-11, what are they made of, tli"i>?"
"i'.'s old  ones."  iriuiiipbantly  replied
the happy little fellow.— Ausweis.
•'J'l.« g!'\'if'pupular m.nladies, throat,
iia-.d aivl 1 roncliial cnlnrrh, tire quite
uuLi.ewn in hiiiltzbt'rgen.
A dollar' will „buy a lot of necessities,
but few pleasures.
Premeditated smart sayings nearly always contain poison.
' Vour  best  friend   is  the one  to   whom
you gossip about all the others.
When a ' man'' appears with newL
clothes, all his friends try to be funny.
A mnh never stammers or hesitates
over what to say next wber- he is talking
about his grievances.
There is no denying .there is a sigh of
relief when the guest who fiowns down
nil attempts at gossip puts on bis hat and
leaves;
The men attending political conventions will soon be returning home to call
their wives ,"gads" for attending church
societies meeting next door. ,
.- A great source of mortification to a wo-
iM.'nMs that when she has the preacher
l„ dinner and he asks a blessing her husband and cKSdren will not behave as if
thev were u>ed to it.—Atchison Clobe.
YEARS OF  PAIN;
Tin* i:\p,M-i,.)ie<> of ."Mr. William Smith, of
IlaMln-Omry, Wlio  SullVred   for   .Mirny
'Watt l-'roin   Kidney Trouble.
Kr.,111 tin. Post. Huwktvdiury. Out.'
Every body   in   Iltiwkeslmry   knows
Mr. William   Smith.     Uo" enme  hero
when the (own whs yet in   ila   village
<l,w, as one of tho  lumber   company's
stall of mechanics.   Iu 1881 Mr. Smith
. was appointed town constable, and Oil -
ed that position until very recently.  As
h well known to many   of Mr. Smiths'
hi-iitl*. ho has sufl'i-rod much from kidney trouble foi tpiito n number of yours
P"-t, and at tinicH .tho pain in his buck
Wits s-o gieat. thai, he was uluios! physi-
p»Hy inrapiiblo of  exertion.     Ho  doctored a great deal,   sometimes   petting
tempi ran- relief, but the otuiso   of   tho
tronblc waH not removed,   and fipon tho
iwins.accoiiipiniibd altemiitoly by chills
ami fever, retnrned.     At. hist,  ho came
t-o look upon bis condition nsouo'vdiich
«o medicine  could   permuneutly   aid.
,Iudc-u<l his condition might  still, have
Aeeiiouo of  mtich  suiroring   had   not,
Mrs, Smith ultimately, prevailed upon
.. >« busbiuid to give Dr. Willhmis''Pink
lillsti    ;al.    "It seemed,"   said   Mr.
reporter of   the Post,   "that
'iss bxporimenfc, and  yet  I
■■" to-do-almost anything that
;'    A relief.    I  had  not  used
before   .there   was . un-
Aof, more in fiict (band-had
■    THE   DOMINIE.
£t, Pntiiek was vcted into the calendar
of" saints in the Km.-'i>h pniyer book re
fvntly by the convocation of \mk.
The   lie v.   Henry   A.   Stimsoti.
pa-tor of the  Manl attun C«m'"">"
I),   rial ion a 1
,   THE TURF REVIEW.
Tom Keating says that the pacer by
Direct out of Bonbon that.is in bis .stable is about the best green one be ever
handled.,
It is said Ibat former Senator Worth
will have as handler of the yearlings
recently purchased by hint the well
known Kentucky turfman P. T. Cbinn.
Ed Geers recently worked The Abbot
over the Louisville track a mile in 2:13,
last half in 1:03. Twelve of the horses
in his stable have beaten 2:20 this
spring.
Marvin has a yearling trotter in his
stable that is said to ha ye stepped a
quarter recently in 40 seconds. The
youngster is by liolisre. 2:2JVi, dam by
Ued Wilkes.
Work on Hie new mile track at the
Syracuse ^stitte fair grounds is progressing nicely, mid everything will bo
in readiness for the big meeting to be
held the last week of August.
J. E. Hubiuger is said to have recently refused $8,000 from a wealthy eastern road driver for his erratic trotter
John Nolan, 2:08. Ilubiugor paid $-1,000
for the gelding iu 1808 and more than
won him out that season.
United States Consul Winslow. at
Lei go, liolgliini', r-alls the attention of
tho state deiwrtinent at Washington lo
the fact that American colts of various
ages may b'esold to great nd vantage in
tlie country to which he is accredited.
Tho driving club Idea seems to he
permeating Ui« entire country. Word
comes from Lexington, Ky., that there
is talk of forming one there. Although
a comparatively small place, having a
population of only about 40,000 people,
Lexington, already has an excellent
speedway.
Government statistics show, that the
decline in horse values in tho United
States from 1&02 to 1800 amounted to
the appalling sum of $.jOO,000.000.
Since I80G the increase in horse values
amounts to over 9100,000,000, with a
-decrease of nearly 2,000,000 in the
uumber of horses.    ,
TOWN   TOPICS.
STM3E .GLINTS.
Beerbohm Tree is to. act Othello.
Thomas Ncbsou Page is dramatizing
his novel, "Rod Rock."
'  .Arthur W. Pincro is said lo be writing a play for Olga Nethersole.
Eleanora Duse, interviewed recently
by, the Vienna Mode, said that in her
opinion Tolsloi stood by the side of
b'hakespeare. ■
The latest work to be prepared for
tho stage is "The Romance of Robert
Burns," made itito a play by its author,
iohn Templeton.
1 There wdll be another of Marion
Qrawford's hooks on the stage next
rear, "Via Crucis." to be produced by
Charles Pro bin an.
The Bosloniaiis will next season
make two Important productions.which
Irf/f bo presented fn connection with
.their present repertory.
! An old theater is to be torn down in'
Tittsburg, and every visitor during tho.
final week of its use will receive an order for a souvenir bit of wood cut from
the stage.
Daniel Frohmau has secured the
kage rights In the dramatization of
I'Hed Pottage,',' the' most successful
hovel that has appeared in England for
several years.
1 The lecture platform In this country
,vlll be ' well supplied - next seasou.
Among others M. Labori, the famous
,'Freueh lawyer who so ably defended
;Dreyfus, is coming over to give a series of talks.
! Owen Fawoctt, who was Osric in
!'"Hamlet" during tho 100 nights' run fit
tlio Winter Garden, New Vork, season
of 1SG-1-5, will be Polonius when E. TI.
Sothern produces "Hamlet" at the Garden theater, Sept. 17.
I'mrcli  of  New   Voik.  Ii:is just   been ap
pointed  Souihworlli lecturer at   Andover
'iheologieul seniinaij for next  year.     Uc
lect in c- next
a coiir-e of six
'The Church of Today.
the Chi-
will deliver
w inter upon
'The report of the churches in
issued, gives a  to-
APHORISMS.
W «aul  to
the lolls.
aiy   aud   phi!;
I lie \eiir a nioii at ed to
witli  .<?.*>2S,."»:'.8  the  previous
lurt. This
of
(•■;"()  presbytery,  ju .
.-if church   meml.cr>bip  of 20.:!ll).  a  de-
( reuse of 811 on last year's re;
be duo to a severe prunm
The money raided n»r missimi-
nfhronie   puipo-es   during
^;,,"",!>.2-!.">. com pa rid
vear.     .
THE ART_OF WAR.
runs nt all
A
inch
piei <vd
I
[liuh atmle lire is that t'rmii g
i icvatioi'S boumd   lo degrees.
.leel    Plate   t l.ivc-siMeenths   of   an
,|,H-k   v.hiel.   eaimot   be   dulled   or
,v a L-o Met lord bullet ha- been
,Mi„eed\r u Siiellield ibiuglund) tpm..
Promotion'in. the Kussian  army
(>t|i„g|y, slow.'   It   tMkes
for  a   captain   to, become,a
four "foi
Smith
H Was :, .
was w-v
^'oiild  •,.
.die pi!,,
doubtoii''
and
a
lieu-
°l>«iupBfl from nhy other  medioineJ   I
^"tinned their uso, aud soon all syrnp-
; °ms Pf tho troublo that  had made my
»f:o ono of mnch misery for ninny years
'l9 gono.    I. fool that I am enred, and
"avo'"ohe8iUi'tiou in .saying   that   the
2°Tls'(lne t0 »r. Williams' Pink Pills,
cq1 U(ivor lose an opportunity   of  re-
"uiendmr, the pills to neighbors who
miy be ailing. "
itiLM ^'illillU)S' Pink Pills euro by go-
•'rei,, root of   thG  disease.    They
6ho!V-iiml builtl np (h0 1)]ooc1' nud
Wisi f tlU} 110rvi-H, thus driving die--
doeR ,0m tho ostein. If your donlor
Postl)f!-'\T]) thci".irt;hoy   will be snit
is ex-
^    from   si.v   to
seven'-y'eai's
lieutenant .eolone
tehhuf colonclMo beconie a eo'oi'ei. :        -
«urlv «"*1  Ia,°' ■,'■■-!•
P,„„0or(».a».:...-»-»"»^r,",or'
Repord-    ,^^________.'    -
."',,  i. an open duestion now whether the
U    IdLin^bu, or tbe,.old suinmei^nl
„'il with his bill of
a  bean
!i>
Victory belongs to the most persevering.—Napoleon.
An obstinate mail does not hold opinions—they hold Uim.—Butler.
We cannot always oblige, but we can
nlways speak obligingly.—Voltaire.
1 No   thoroughly   occupied   man   was
jver yet very miserable.—L.  D. Lnn-
lon. ;
1 He who thinks his place below him
fill   certainly  be  below   his   place.—
in villi*.
«The less we parade our misfortunes
t,e more symputby we commatid.-O.
lewey.
:\Vho dares do all that may become a
nan and daros.no more, he Is a man
lideed.—Shaki'sspeare.
There is no great achievement that Is
i.t the result <lf patient workini,' (tml
th I ting.-J-AJ. ■'Holland.-..
' >To owe an obligation  to' a  worthy
friend  Is ahnpiutiess aud can bono
(isparagemenl.-Charroii.
alio that; does good for good's sake
S^eks neither:nnilse nor reward, but be
i sure of both in tlio eud.-rouu.
jOiic'of the most important rules of
\io science of niaiiners is an absolute
'Jloiicc , in  regard  to yourself.-D. U-
itighey.
St. Louis persists in looking nt, th,e
Paris exposition simply as a pacemaker.
—Sioux City Journal.
Chicago's, motto is "I Will." Kansas
City's motto is "Just Watch Me Do It."
—Kansas City Journal.
The recent religious, census of Phila-
phia reveals the fact that there are but
1,023 Quakers in the Quaker City, not
including the baseball nine.—BostOD
Transcript.       , ■ "
The animals recently purchased for the
Chicago zoo at an auction in Cincinnati
for $1,200 are nearly all dead. This appears to settle the protracted dispute between ' Cincinnati and Chicago as to
which has the worst climate.—Kansas
City Star.
The ability to spend $3ri,000,000 on one
public improvement emphasizes the almost unlimited wealth of the city of New
York. It is in truth a wonderful metropolis, and no enterprise seems too gigantic for it toa undertake.—Baltimore
American. "
There are oases of consumption so far
advanced that Bickle'eA nti-Consumptive
Syrup will not cure, hut none so bad chat
It will, not give relief. For coughs, ookls
and all affections ot the throat, lungs and
ohest, it is a specific which has never been
known to fail. Ic promotes a free and
easy expectoration, thereby removing. the
phlegm, aud gives the diseased parts a
ohance to heal.
Vl-i-COCl'OUH.
"My boy Jiminie, aged 9, is a corker in
psychology, and it's only his second term
at it too."
"Indeed;"
"Ves. The other day be said he was
certain that the higher moral influence
had' nothing to do with my being a good
citizen."
' Then how did,he account for it?"
"He said I was afraid of thepolice."—
Cleveland Plain, Dealer.
THE PUBLIC • should bear in" mind
that Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil has nothing in common with the impure, deteriorating class of so-called medicinal oils.
It is eminently pure and really efficacious
—relieving pain and lameness, stiffness
of the'joints and muscles, and sores or
hurts, besides being an excellent, speoiflo
for rheumatism, ooughs and °bronohial
complaints. ' *
London Bilkers, 1310.'
In 1310 we find the following,Bow
bakeresses accused .of selling halfpenny loaves deficient in weight: Sarra
Foting, Christina Terrice, Godiyeva
Foting, Matilda de Bolingtone," Christina Prichet, Isabella Sperling, Alice
Pegges, Johanna de.Countebrigge and
Isabella Pouveste. One. wonders why'
the husbands were not summoned. In
a similar ease in 1316, . when Agaes
Foting's bread was seized, it wa« "adjudged that her bread should be forfeited and given' to the prisoners in
Neugate because her husband did not
come to avow (own) the bread." Are
j.we to assume that in the absence of the
husbands the bread was merely for-,,
feited without the infliction of a fine?
, An indication of the, importance of
the bread making business is also found
,ln an enactment of the reign of Henry
111' to the effect that "every' cart of
Ki'cmble (Brom!cy-hy-Bow; or Sfceve"ii-
hethe (Stepney) that comes into the
city with bread Aha 11' pay each day 1
halfpenny."—Gentleman's   Magazine.
TO THOSE OP SEDENTARY OCCUPATION.—Men who follow sedentary occupations, which deprive them of fresh air and
exercise, are more prone to disorders of the
liver and'kidneys than those who lead active,
outdoor' lives. The former will find in
l'armelee's Vegetable Pills a restorative
without question the most efficacious on the
market. • They are easily procurable, easily
taken, act expeditiously, and they are surprisingly cheap considering their excellence.
His Mimical Sense.
"What is your,favorite opera?" asked
the foreign gentleman.
Mr. Cumrox was about to answer
"The Mikado," when be observed that
the eyes of his wife and daughter were
upon him. Then ho assumed an air of;
nonchalance and answered:
"Oh, I don't care particular about the
names of cigars or the titles of operas.
I like to change around. I just tell 'em
to give me a 25 cent cigar when I feel
like smoking, and when I want music
I enjoy any old So a seat open."—
Washington Star.	
A SURE CURE FOR HEADACHE.—Bil-
lious headache, to which women arc more
subject than men, becomes so acute ti tome
subjects that thoy are utterly pwstrated.
Tho s-tomach refuses food, and Here is a
constant and distressing effort to free the
stomach from bile which lias becono unduly
secreted there, l'armelee's Vendible Pills
are a speedy alternative, and in neitraliznig
the effects of the intruding bile rdieves the
pressure on the nerves which ciuses
headache.   Try them.
Settled.
Friend—I suppose you have already
picked  out   a   profession   for  pur   lit '
hoy. - . ,
Fond Mamma— Ves. he's to b either a
piano virtuoso or a football pl.yer. _ He
has just the loveliest head if hair.—
Philadelphia Press. ,
the   tirst
Press.
The tree man is'iii'ou
•""« 'Uw.-^ »«...
Journal.
ITEMS, OF INTERES
$120   for
pole    that
ll»W M ^ fuldW8fiiiK tho   Dr. AVil-    ... nW*y &
P18  Modioiiio Co., Brookville, Out.   ALLUWAI »
I Advertising in tlie open air by flash.
Ucalcium lights is prohibited m Don-
on • It is claimed the lights frighten
Uses and euilanjjer tratlie.
land owners are taK-
id-
l Many .Indiana
PAY SCRIP FOR  DOMINION  LANDS
AND SAVE DISCOUNT.
■AvorylBrgo»vln»can^o.^n
furnish tho exact amount for any P< >
Write for particulars and prico
WlNMIPfQ
L advantage of the state law pro >u-
P that  all  lauds  planted   In   fore,
(;>s shall be appraised  for taxation
( only $1 pemcrc. '
T„o villi of Damascus Is ^^
avcdiscoverodtbere.nan.sofa libia
V
which  escaped, annihilation at the
buids of Tatnorhme wh-  Dnmasciis
Is destroyed by hnn in H01.   ^
Complaint'b  made  in   London  I at
' square is losing its ar.isto-
hosveiior
fall
ible tenants, whose houses «"<■
U one bv one into the hands of Afii
' b S Australian millionaire*-
More  Tliuii  h  Mud'li   K<>rIllm.''
. "I can always subdue tha.tbriigging
Kentuckian."    A ."■'''
' "How do'you do it?"    a       •
"I  start  Aunt Clara  to bugging, on
California:"—Indiamlpolis .Dii-ial
There never was, and never \U1 be a.universal panacea, in one remedy, »r all. ills to
which flesh is heir—the very naire of many
curatives being such that were;he germs of
other and differently seated dieases rooted
in the system of tho patient-what would
relieve one ill in turn would £fgravate_the
other. We have, however, in Cnnine Wine,
when obtainable in a sound, ^adulterated
state, a remedy for many and nevous ills.
By its gradual and judicious u> ttie frailest
(systems are led into convffisccnce and
strength by the influence whic Quinine exerts on nature's own restorati-*. -, It relieves
the drooping spirits of thosewith whom a
chronic state of morbid de>ondency and
lack of interest in life is a isease, and, by
tranquilizing' the nerves, di»oses to sound
and refreshing sleep—impr« vigor to the
action of the blood, which, ling stimulated,
courses throughout the veil, strengthening
the healthy animal functioiof the system,
thereby making activity a eceasary result,
etrengthoning the frame, nl giving hfe to
the digestive organs, whi naturally do-,
mand increased substauce-'esult, improved
appetite. Northrop <fc Lyan, of loronto,
hav^ given to the public tl> superior Quinine Wine at the usual rat and, gauged by
the opinion of scientistAhis wine ap-
proaohea nearest perfect* of any in the
market.   All druggists seJt.
Stati: or Omo, "rrv or Tgiaum, )
I.1TA-, '<)l".-J r, S i
Fka.vk .J i'iO.nkv in ik' 4 oath tliat lie is tho
Boni'ir partner >.f tin; t.i'n of I". ..'. Cnr.N'KV ie
Co, doii-g lui^w,.--; in t1'." (.'itv ol'' Toif.'o,
County ai'<3 Si.ite alvicsji-i, imrl lliai said i'.rm
will pay lite -am of U.MC HU>"1>KF,D ])<)l--
I^AKS for eacli and overv ca« of eaian-li tint
cannot be tun-1 by tlie use of Hall's Catakrh
Cokh. FfiA.VK J. l.Hf:NKV.
Sworn to l.ef >re mu ai,'i -jub^criljf-d in iriy
presanue, thn tih Jav of I^tce'i.ber,' A. D., 1&B6.
C ■> "A. W. GbEA-OX,
-! SEAL J- Notary Pttllic.
Hall's Catarih Cu:e i=> tak n int,»rnal!j-and
acts diifcctly on the Mood and inueojs surfaces
of the system.    Sen i for tc^timoni-ils, tr«.o.
,   F.J criKXEV 4 CO./roltdo. O.
Sold by Druggists "iic.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.      „;
THE  BARGAIN  pENT.
How. would yon like to be the street
car conductor when the proposed halt'
cent coins get real numerousV—Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
There is no use for the half cent here,
and the government will commit a folly
and create a nuisance if it uUempis to
p'ul such a coin.into circulation.—Ri.stuu
Dost. '    0„
The proposition to coin half cents ic not,
in accord with th«» American styl" of_carrying on   business.     China's infiniU'simul
rher
the
■St.
coiif. have not been coducive lo a hi
civilization nor (o the comfort ot
cla.ss com p.-III'd to iuniillu them.-
Louis Clobe-Democrat.
' There aie many pt-rsous who are not
poor, but who an- loo1 Mingy to yive a
whole cvut for any obierl. no mai't'i- how
woithy. Is.it Lini-e.'istinabli' to supp ,sp
that tlu- fountain, of charity in si;.- h a
soul 'wouM llow if it could have a eb.n'ieu
to gush iu half cent tpiu'tsV—Washington 1'ost.
O. C. RICHARDS &, Co.
Dear Sirs,—I have used MUSTARD'S
LINIMENT in my stable for over a
year and consider it the very best for
horse flesh I can get aud strongly recommend ir.    , ,     ,
' GEO.   HOUGH.
Livery Stables, Quebec."
Other**?
"It's terrible," said Farmer Corntos-
scl, "lo think of the "way these savages
behave.   They make tiie squaws do all
the work.   Jes' think of it."
■   "Well,"   answered ■ his   wife,
'of it?"
"Doesn't   it   strike   you   as
geous?"
"Oh, I dunno. Squaws ain't the only
ladies that have to hustle an chop firewood while their husbands sit around
an uso up tobacco an swap yarns."—
Washington Star.
"what
outra-
An   [f nitJcnsfin t   Contrn.st,
Fie—I believe I'll go to church with
you this morning, Clara.        „ c
She—Indeed you won't. You've got
your new suit, and mine hasn't come
home 'yet.—Indianapolis .lourual.
.OF
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MinarS'j LinimsDt Cures Garget in Caws.
Hard  to  Fi.-ul.
'•.Icnicneniy!" exclaimed Farmer
Finns as bo dropped his paper. "1
r"f I'.s.n thieves must be kind o' skeercfl
duv.'ii lo the city I"
'w'eow. what in the name o' good-
iioss put sich au idea into your head.
.Djsh'way?" asked his better half.
"tfome filler put an advertisement
iu the pnper f'er one," replied the old
man. "an what's more, he offered $10
ijc'.v.ird ?<.>}• any information Icadin to
the diskiveryo' one."
MiDaif s Liniment Cures Diphtlieria.
Too   Vohiih:.
"A!i, if I w'ero' younger," sighed the
v.-e.'ilthy old'man,   "I  might hope to win
jo«r :■  ,
''\ es, or, say, ten years older," she re-
plie'l drcaniiiy, for be was oiilya little
over ()U and still qtdte robust.—Philadelphia Press.
Miiiard's Liiirot Cures Colds, Etc."
AfH-rtliouuUt.
.' "Dot," pleaded the more or less elderly
lover, "if we wne wed, I am sure you
could learn to love me! Or I could learn
to unlove you, at the least," he continued,
aft a- a moment's pa use.—Indianapolis
Press.
Then Shu f»>r/.«'il   Into Space.
"Ja-'k, what did Ethel's ue'w hat look
like A'       , " '
.''(Mi, about this bic, covered with purple nxes ai'id siimelhiug green and strings
hanging   down
Journal.
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3SBBa!3tSB!BaS!SaSS!^!^^^=^-^^^^- AA'..  ����� if'  i -f ���  illy  -1-],. i  '��� ii" : i  :iA  AVoai:or.-r. Wr.;,..  When a rrcmen 1-Ka   n Aev,  pair  oi  shoes cent home cho preforms altogetii-  aga��ad��agasaa5aF?;<^ewgiasa  / ��T different from a   man,  t   -  A:  'Ai  ;A.  .;r  She   never  ' jho-.vs her toos inlo them   raid  yanks  and haul? until she is red   in   the face  nncl all out of breath,   arid  then   goes  TEE OLD MAID 0APTAJ&  A  ���J!:  --tamping and' kicking around, but  pulls them pa part way carefully,  gain, to take a look  the   right   one.  > ������  ,' i  .-  ru-���i  .*;*;  ,f��  ���f  ll I  1 '!i'  rji;  -1 &  '!    IS   yf\A  i  ��;$ ��!,������? ,'  "- :A a.:;;.  . Twitches them off a  ���   and kcc if she has got  pulis, thorn on again,  ' dreamily, says   tlioy  ,'��� Dion lakes another   look,   stops   sud-  ���     denly lc"smooth oat a. wrinkle,   twists  '     around and   survey;"   them   sideways,  exclaims, "Mercy, hoy/ loose tliey are',"  , ��� looks at them again,   square  in   front  ',   .vorks her foot' around so��� thoy  won't  ,   iiurt iier quite so much, takes them off,  ,'','looks at the heel, the toe, the  bottom,  .1;'. and the inside, puts  them on  again,  ' ,: walks up and down the room once  or  twice, remarks to her better half thai  ' she won't have   them   at   any   price,  '   lilts down the mirror so   she  can   see  , how they look, turns in every' possible  .    direction  and, nearly   dislocates   her  neck trping tc see how they/look from  that way, backs off,   steps   up. again,  [ aud takes thirty or forty farewell looks,  says they make her feet look awful big  land never will do In  (.no   world,  puts  ���hem on and ou three   or   four ' fcimep  more, asks ber husband what ho thinks  ibout it aud theu pays   no   attention  :.o ,what he says, goes   through   it   all  ,  'igain, end finally says she   will   take  Ihetn.     It's  a" very   simple    matter  '���'- ndeed.     ��  A  rub  ���ft 3 [;'  m  si v'  ill  ft ���,  in  '���' _        ' Concentrator Burned,  !' The Dundee concentrator near  M^mir was burned to the ground last  ', Vlonday evening. Superintendent  'j 3arr was on the ground with eight men  j tnd every effort was made to save- the  ;| nill. The boilers were rilled with  pater and the flume turned into _ the  ! *,; :! 'luilding' until everything wa3 soaked.  J,lf Vhen the fire line got so close that  ','A'<\ lie heat could not 'be withstood  Carr  l      "   ��  1 ���):��!  A  ;':i ,-r���  ft  i?,;;ji ,rew his men back to the mine with  ' ome difficult3\ For a time the water  ���n the mill kept the fire out, but the  '���re crept behind and burnt out the  "ume, cutting  off  the   water   supply  Ak��\  p  I1  nd leaving the building unprotected.  t was a total logs, with the possible  Hi; jp, kjr|fInception oi the boilers. The plant  \\\ j ^[^|:i Ad building was insured'for ^20,000'.  ht" ^ySyi', "ho fire then burnt up the tramway  ?t,,''.'''; 'n44ctf.s. ciirtho bunkhouse and raaga-  .I'Vai'1   '   "I Lavs bocii g^inft- 16 &sa thsse 25  j cars," said the stevrard&ss oi an American coastwise steamer, one afternoon,  as she sat sewing: in the cozy ladies'  cabin  of the vessel to which she belonged, "and. yet I was never wiv^ckenT..  No ship I have been, on e\er lost so  much as a spar while I was aboard. Yes,  my  life  has been very commonplace.  , There hnfi been no jomancc connected  looks   at   them j with it.   Stop, thoug-h; I did play a very  are   just   right; | small  part m a romance once.   Thai  happened fuUy 20 y^.rs ago.   I sometimes wonder if it wasn't, /ill &��� dream.  It .seems 3T.rangc-r io me now than it did  axen vhaxx"    The Btftw��rd<?ss" pay/��d,  ^vith a fa r-awa.y 1 &ok ia her eyc-a,  '���\Vl*en I was young I went on sailing'  vessels instead of steamers," she continued. " "About 20 years ag^> I visited  some  friends  in Ih'e country after a  vo3'age, and then I came to New- York to  f 1 nd a ship.   The a gen 11 wen t to to! d m e  that I could go as stewardess on a ship  lxnind to Australia.   'The skipper,'' said  he, 'is a good man. but he's a regular old  maid.'   I said 1 didn't mind old maids,  and so, it was settled that I was to go  with the 'old inaid captain.*   The next  day .1 went alxwird and reported lo my  new captain.   He was called Harris, lie  was short and rather slightly built, with  mild gray eyes, but with a full, heavy-  black beard.   He fioem..d about 35 years  old,   His hands were small ajx3 delicate,  and his voioe waa frig1!:, and just a trifle  shrill, and he ,-\vrdkt-d Hifr and down th,e  deck  with -ia mlritiiH^'Ajori  of 'gait!  Thinks I^'fCapt." Harris, "if you wasn't  a skipper j'ou'd have made a��flrst-ratc  single woman.'    1 regularly despised  him until the first storm came on. Then  he went on deck and handled the ship  in such a way that I saw- he was the  bast navigator I had ever sailed under.  After that I began to think better of the  old inaid captain.   I never sa.w a captain  so considerate of liisv men. '��� If one of  them was the least bit sick, the captain  would go into the forecastle and look'  after him as tenderly as any nurse. And  when the weather was bad, he would  not let the mates make the men do any  work that wasn't really necessary.  The  mates used to make J\ro of tlie oaptain  behind his back for being so considerate  of his men, but somehow I thought it  was a good trait in hire.'  "I'began to watoh the oaptain closely,  and I soon made up my inmd that there  was ��� some ��� mystery about that' man.  Once "oh a pleasant; evAaiig I 'canie on  deck and saw the captain lobkihg at tie,  red sunset with tears in' his eyes, ' Another time, wheu'I thought he was "on  deck, I 'went into the'.after cabin for  eoinething, and   I  found him   there.  I!*  '   \* *  h?  A't!|ine,   Tho contents of the latter  wore  f,l,v \'\y,\ moved to ths  tunnel earlier   in   the  i  li    ^'%n    I r  '-"������ ' ay.   The men  succeeded   in  saving  '.. ft  he boarding house, shaft and engine  1 'ouse and stables,  E C  tii^A  W[ ~T 1  ii.-  It       f  p  .A:  :Aobbed "While Blinded With Molasses.  ,! The facts are   just   learned   of   the  nique manner in  which a suburban  ^rocer of Quebec   was   victimized   b7  [ cvo young sharpera a   few   days   ago.  j: he sharpers walked   into   the   store,  . bught a gallon of   molasses   for   the'  nrpose, they said, of deciding whether  :ie soft felt liat of one of  them would  ���Old the   quantity.    The storekeeper  ��� *jrreed to act as judge.   The  molasses  itA'AMlS ���; las ooured into the hat. but it did not  i-.'ft' i ; |*jj; J! * '  1'A? ,v'Kr 3'd even half a gallon. Thereupon  ' ;'*A;|f y\\ he loser said : "I guess 1 lost," and  . nmediotely lifted the and clapped it  .7 -i the head of rhe grocer, and while  j \e latter waj rubbing the molasses  ' ltt of of his eyes the sharpers made  ! (vay with $^0 contained in the till.  -'!>-W, ;:V'.'  flf.\f\.'-  1 n (���*.;����� ,  ;ir a is,.::  i    ' wbii5��>���'-*  iA.  ���'I'.-i'.n'-'  V-H   W , ;  f.-Av   i  ! I  -l:A,!'-.:^  sir '.:'",'��� i  A Doll.-.r f��r a ICios.  Wuslern travidler came up   to   a  [".iti fij C:I*-An and a.��,kid ff"' a drink, wliich i  ���1 ,1' 'a.- .MipplieiJ by ."���   ^oo.Iloo'.'.i  youu 1'  :*".,  IpUnui.    Ae bhy wish the  f\x&\ vvoiii"!.  -, had scon for eevoral days, ho offered  What do you think he was doing ? Whyj  he was'sewing', And"crying into the  bargain. 'They are right 'in calling- you  the old maid captain.1 'thinks I.'  ''The znft*e, Mr. Wood, was a'tall, fine-  looking', dowa-easticj-.      The    captain  seemed to like limv but I thoug-ht henv  niuohkemnst AivyKk ^j^e and-strength,  Tho captain, though was= much   t'he  emru-tar inau 'oi the. fwo,   Th.Q mate,  wioohow, ��oomcjd to ttike a fancy to me,  I woa young in' tlwse days, Ho was oi��  ways -vunning into tho cabin ou some  pretest to see me.   But I never encouraged Jiim.   You see, I was engaged  to be the mate of another mate; and  that mate, poor fellow, was lost et sea  a few years aiieirward.   Although tho  'captain didn't seem toeare much about  me, he didn't fancy the mate's taking a  liking to me.   That used to puzzle me.  "One morning when we were in tho  South Pacific, some one cried out that  there was  a small boat with Eeveral  people in it in sight on the lee bow.  We  bore away for the boat, and pretty soon  it was along-side the ship.  Five men and  a little boy climbed up from the boat to  our deck, and we gnye them a warm welcome.  Tite boy couldn't bave been over  pight years old.   He was a bright-looking little fellow, with long curly hair.  Copt. Harris took to him. at once.   He  carried' the child into the after cabin  and put him in his own berth, and took  him something to eat, while the rescued  m en were telling us how they cam e to be  in the the open boat.  The}-belonged to  a bark wliich was bound to New York,  but had sprung a leak and had' fovm-  j dcrcd the day l>cfore. The crow left the  vessel in two boalfi just befbrc."ihe went  down, but when she did f;o under rAe  jxissag-u. to the Unif-ea States, bir.  Bradley jmrpiA at tin? chance, and when  his men were, all ready to leave our  ship, he looked around for the boy.  We found the. little fellow in the cabin,  where he was being petted by Capt.  Harris! The captain made a great outcry when Mr. Bradlej' said that the  boy woidd have to go with him. Our  skipper begged hard for the youngster,  but Mr._ Bradley said that he would  have to take him to his friends.- Mr.  Bradley was about to lead the youngster  out of tlie cabin, when Capt. Harris  fell on Jiis knees and put lois arms  around the "003% Then he looked .up  to Mr. Bradley and said:  " 'You must not taks him.   I am his  father!'  '"His father:' replied Mr. Bradley.  ' What do you mean ? Why> I knew Capt  Wilson myself. He was at least ten  years older than you, and was a large  ,man into the bargain. Come, let me  have the boy!' '   ���  " 'No, no,' cried Capt. Harris, press*  ing" the little fellow still closer to lum.'  'I may not be his father, but. I am his���'  " 'Don't   my   you're   his     mother,''  sneered Mr.. Bradley.  " 'Yes, I am hia mother!' was the reply.  '"And with thtt Capt. Harris pulle,d  off the heavy black beard I mentioned.  There was no d'��ubt about it. The captain had a woman's face, and not a'bod-  looking one, either. Mr. Bradley started back in astonishment, and cried: '  "'You don't" rnean to's-ay'you aiSj  Capt. Wilson/; widow?'1  " That's exactly what I am,' said pur  skipper, rising to her'feet and putting-  her beard back into place. r 'After my  huslvmd's ship had bceh struck by the  steamer, I was lifted on boardcof the  other vessel by two of the men.   My  husbandJ and child were given up for  lost, although I begged the people to  return and senreh the wreck for, them.  They would have done it, but the steamer could not find the wreck in'the fog,*  and it was supposed that she had foundered immediately after we left 'her.  I went* home to my friends.   My 'husband had left very little money, and I  iound that I should have to work for a  living.   I didn't care* to hire out as a  housekeeper.   I had learned navigation  thoroughly from myjiusband, and was  well fitted to take charge of a ship.   I  went to a ship owner who was an old  friend of my husband's, and told him  just h'ow ,things stood.     Hie thought  that under the circumstances I couldn't  do beter than dress up as a man and go  to sea as a captain.-, He found me a ship, I  and I've been-a skipper ever since., And  now no one' is going to .take my boy  away from me/,  " 'That they ain't,' said good-hearted  Mr. Bradley, who then" kissed the' boy  and shook hands with us all. In five  minutes he and his men were on their  way to the big clipper, and our skipper,  with her arm around the boy, was leaning, against the t&ffi-aH waving- hey hand  to them. ' l  "Now I understand the ca-piain's Hk<  ijug ior- Mr. Wood, our mate. Site was  intone with him, and of course she was  a little jealous of me, The whole mystery about Oa.pt. Harris was accounted:  iov,  "One evening some weeks afterward,  when we were in the Indian ocean, I  glanced through the after cabin door,  and what do you think I saw ? There sat  our mate, Mr. Wood, by the side of our  skipper.   She had her beard off, and I  noticed then that, she had let her hair  grow.   In Mr. wTood's lap sat the little  boy.   She was looking' tenderly at Mr.'  Wood, and he was talking to the boy as  ever, got out of her course, and was '  driven ashope on a small island, not far  from tlie Philippines.   The island was  inhabited by friendly natives, who took  care of tho stranded crew, but nearly  throe ���years passed before any vessel  touched at the island.   They w ere finally  taken oif by .1 man-of-war, which  landed them, at Bombay.     There the  mate was .taken wck-andsenttothehosr-  pital, and while" in. hospital he was visited by Mr. Bradley.   Mr. Bradley, who  liad onee been befriended b3* the boy'n  father, said ^tliat the bark he was on  was alK^nt to eoal for New York, and he  undertook to deliver the little fellow,  to his friends.   But now the poor boy  was again on his way to the other side  of tho world. \  While Mr. Bradley was finishing his  - ��or the P/srloa Table. -  A pretty mat ior.,t* polished table 1b  of chamois and is-about 18 inches in  diameter. About the'edge there are  painted pansies in their natural size  and coloring, more of the purple and  maroon shades being us*"\ \haH ot pthejr  colors. The flowers iw first outlined  with a pencil, so that V,ir edges form  the outline of the circuJxr mat. Such a  mat is very pretty when tne center is  left the natural color of the chamois,  or it may be dyea gray or a royal purple  or maroon, tJsi'oil colors ior painting  the fiowerrf.���M. X. Po><**. ' -  <;��>UliT MOVIE-  No. IOC'S.   ��� '    '  Ifecis on the first 011J  bird'Thursday of cucb  month. Visiting brcth  rcn invited to attend.  F. J. SMYTH, C. II.      LEWIS TU OMSON.' F. S.  JOSEPH NE1IJERSTADT, Prop.  Lager beer.sold .by the  Keg or dozen  bottles.  WILDEY L0D3E NO. d-i.   ,  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria' street. Sojourning  Odd Follows cordially invited.  Wholesale   and  Ketail Butchers  R. A. SMITH, N. o.  A. T. KBXi'EDY, TRE.la.  k. i. Moor.rc, a. s  r. j. rmytii, r. s.  SHOPS   AT  Bottled Beer  in Stock.. . .  Moyie   Miners'   Union  '     2STO. 7I0  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  dvenicg. Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend.  II. h/Dimick, P'. T. Smyth,  Acting Pres. Acting Sec'y  Fernie , Fort Steele  Cranbrook Moyie Wardner  ����*�� ..TiMi  ^.lIS^S".^  Outside .Orders Given Strict Attention.  GO   TO   THE  Toronto Clothing  For your outfit.    The largest stock in  East 'Kdotenay.  BEID S? CO.s  Cranbrook, E. Q.  S. J. WHITOOMB  1  ��� House painter, /grainer,  glazier and paperhanger.  All work on perfect sur-  , face guranteed. Prices according lo quality and  stock required  Moyie Board of Trade-  1      1 ." .   a  Meetsr in the Moyie school -  . house on the first Monday  eVening of each month,"at  8 "o'clock sharpl , .  J. 0. Drewry, Pres.  ,   ���  J. P. Faruel-j,,"' 'A     , A'.'T. CL4Rkj  Vice7Pres.   ' -" Sec'j'.  ^.^g.^?.^?..  ���-���^^^^g;  Fort Steele Mercantile  COMPANY. (LIMITED.)  MERCHANT TAILOE  0 '  CRANBROOK  < <  Repairing Neatly ,and Promptly Ejl.  ccuted. 'Special Alteration Given  to Mail Orders,  Suits, Made \ to Order.  m%&�����  Moyie, B. G.  WIMlUWHUauill IT IHIIIMMiW IJ_|  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR,  By Sending- your Work To tho  union umn  PHILIP CONEAD, Prop.  GOOD V/ORK. TRICES  REASONABLE  0HAS? P. CAMPBELL,  Undertaking and embalming  a specialty. Graduate of tbo  champion college of the  L'nited States. I am preparing to do all in this line of  business. Successor fo Maggs  &  Hughes.     Telegraph   and  WHOLESALE  DEALERS IN  WINES,  LIQUORS  CIGARS.  and  i  ^GENTS'   FOR'  SCHLITZ'   BEER,  J^COB P. FINK, Mgr.  nOOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  t ���     "     , - '.,;*������'. 1  THE  POST   OFFICE  '     ���  ���' ' ���-��.���'.  ���DRUa  AND  STATIONERY STORE.  Tatent medicines; toilet  articles, office' stationery  andgscliool supplies. ". _, '  .Lending Lidrary :'(If you want a book  ask for it and it will bo procured for  you without delay?  IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH  HOPE & BEATTIE,  Clionifsts and DmggiHUs,  iiO\'iE, B. Cj '  CRAKB  -    it  AT G. H. MINERS  JEWELER,  mail orders properly attended  to.   Main office  Cranbrook, B. C.  MOYIE,  B.C.  You will find  General  .a full clock o*'  Hardware  UNIQNBARBEB SHOP  i i  AND BATH ROOMS.  i  X. K. COLLIN8, Prop.  '     ' MOYIE, B.C.  y,r a dollar for a  kiss  and  ken and paid  Jt  wits   dull  for,  tho  young  (iste6s. who had never seen a dolhir  (fore, looked at it a moment with  me curiosity, then asked what the  ould do with it. Ho replied what  -je chose, as it was hers.���"If that's  ,e case," said she, "you may take it  cck, and give me another kiss."  Story, of a Slave.  ^ To be bound hand and foot for years  the ch-aius of disease  ia   the  worst  i m. of. slavery. ��� George D.   Williams,  .  Manchester,   Mich.,    says'-:'     "My  'a has been so. helpless for five years  .it she could not turn   over -in   bed  ���ue.     After   using   two   bottles   of  metric Bitters she is wonderfully  im-  jved and able to do her own   work."  is supreme remedy for  female  dis-  'ics quickly cures nervousness,   mel-  iholy,'- headache, backache,  fainting  M dizzy .ypelld.    It is   a' godsend   to  Air, sickly, run-down   people,    Cure  "-anIced,    Only oO'c ..Sold -\}y  Hope  Ghj'i,ttie; J.)rugf.-;iBte.   '    .  r'OR Sale.���tvood husiuess lot,  near  ptial hotel.,    Apply-to D.   L.   JAlt-  nitMbyie���or A,E, WJatt,Cranbrook,  .'.'.vfimned one of the boats, and the cap-  p tain and  f-evou mon worn thro-wn irrto  j lh'>, wiltn-and drowned. Tho other boat,  ] "v-.jt'li the mate in charge, mann^-ed to  keep afloat until v.-o came tip -with it.  "The mate of the wro^-.ked vr-.s&el, Mr.  Bradley, wa.s a gray-hairx-d, rough-looking man, but he seemed io have m kind  heart.   Early in tho evening, when he  was witting in the forward cabin with  tho second mate and myself, ho told hk  that the little ix>y, who "was still in the  after, cabin with Capt. Harris, 7mA been  'shjpwirecked twice before.    The little  fellow was the son of a sea er^tain, and  had been going- to sea with his father  and  mother ever sinco lie was .born.'  About fcrni- years 'before, when tho ship,  on  which ,this'..iseagfb.ing' family..'were,  was uearjng the English  channel,.,a  heavy fog set iu. - The second mate was  in- charge of the deck, and tlie captain^  with lias wife and' hoy and the. mate,  were at .dinner. The captain's wife happened to think of something in the galley that she wanted, and she went forward for it..  Just then a big steamer  loomed  up  suddenly in the fog, and,  without any warning, struck the ship  aft and smashed, in the cabin.   The poor  captain was crushed to death, but the  mate and the little boy were only imprisoned by the broken timbers.    Tlie  mate cried out a number of times, but  received no .answer.'  He <yvnld hear occasional whistles from the  sAnmor for  about -half a,u hour.   Finally hrj made a  struggle and succeeded in tearing away  enough, broken timber to liberate him-  ��df.    Jlo. took the little boy with him,  ond going on -thedtck found Hint the  '.���.!���''.>!;   \:-!i*  ;-.:i/>-:j),c-'.   ���   'j'ni-.'-,..--'v-'i   :-.-.'���  account of how hei came by the )x>y,  jCapt. Harris came in from'the after  cabin and, wdd that tlio J it tie fellow  was sleeping nicely. Mr. Bradk-y Ixi-  gan to ,-tell the caplain about 'how the  boy was wirocked tlir. first time. Then  tho captain ros�� up, j<Uenncl1reml>ling,  ami asked the name of the whip. tVhen  Mr. P.rndlcy r/ATr- ihe name of the ahip  that was rin down,/and said that ihe  hoy's father wm Capi. Wilson, tbeskip-  pfcr staggered back, land then rushed  into theaftereabinastf he had gone madi.  Wecouldu't make out >vhat was the matter with him. An hour later J wont in to  the after, oa,bin; fpr s-Koietiiing, anil I  saw. the captain leaniirg over the boy  who, was fast asleep.i -The'.'captain  looked up, and I' noticed that his oyes  weretred, as if he hdtl,b���en. crying hard  ���ThiakHi: 'Well, well, W nre an old  maid of a capfjiinAndc^a.'  "The next morning we Were becalmed.  A ear by- us lay a big clinder ship, which,  toward noon, sent a bdat to us. The  officer in charge of thd clipper's boat  said that they were-'-.l>bund for New-  York, but were short-lilnded, and he  told Mr. Bradley that haWl tho other  men from the lost barque were welcome to come on board a^d work their  if he had made  up his miiid to be very  good to  him���tti~ his moj.hcr'e" sake.  Then I knew that \i y%g% al| settled.".  N. Y. Times. .       /, A%��  ���Mw csr*i?wtr*^3^p*  A.    B.. RICHARDSON,  Haulingj and. Draying,  Wood for Sale.  B��oyie,  B. C.  east kootenay bottl! m co.  ' CRANBROOK, B. C.  Areated \��aters of all  AND GENERAL SUPPLIES.  Just received a carload of Windo^  and Doors,     The doora,rar��  oedar and best grad9?  A Call Solicited,  TINSBOr IN CONNJECTIO>\  Moyie, B. 0.  9  Just received a fine Assort*  ment of Meriden Britannia  sil\Terv,;arG,  -. ��� Picnicers and fishing pArfcies can  secure their bottled beer frojn Joseph  Nieilerstodt at the Moyie |Brewery.  Price nor dozen, $1.7") and ��W>C  CANADIAN PACIFIC  KAILWAY  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Service for the year f900 wjll  be .co'Mmenced JUNE 10th.  1 the:"impep(aiLimited;vtafces  you across the Continent in  four days without change.  Jt is a solid vestibuied train,  luxuriously equpped with  ever possible essential for  the comfort and convenience  of Passengers. Ask your  friends who have traveled on  it, or address  1. M. Mansfield, Agent, Moyie.  Orders Solicited.  Soda Water  and Syphens.  High grade movoments iu  gold, gold tilled or silvor  casos,  W. JR\ TATE,  Official Watch Bepaircr for  0. P. B,  Ciuntjrook, B. 0,  Am'AJyYMM,  9  NELSON,  B. C  raphy-  W.P. ANDERSON,  T. P, A/NcliiOJA  K. J. COYLE,  A.O. P. A,, Viii.HJOVC  tlhristmas is coming. Get  iyour pictures taken to sond  Aiome. PREBT, the photo-  ignipher, will visit Moyie. on  leach    .Saturday.     Flashlight  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  B. A. SMITH,      Moyi^.  NEXT DOOR TC BLACKSMITH SHOP.  once.  pictures laken at  tlioi,Moyic  cji\ at   your   room   or ' house.  Leave your orders   at  iSTo time to delay.  .'���"'���      ' ''  :|!Prest.-&.;,Oo.?.  .V.vubrnol'l  Photographors,  '������'<>>��� l ^-t:l���^.���. '  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in tlie Printing  Line at the  rn^rri . f ������airp-iinr  i4 "��� Si .1 ti ^ ttJ ��������*       ~t        >i il &��. i.rt ?: 9 _ ff*

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