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The Moyie Leader Aug 15, 1903

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Array WlttSSBM:,  SaaiS  ;rrV  ���sm  ytjF.y^'' ^~~* ������ *"v''-; va''- -A--" - '  i,.i: ,    .'; .  . . .',,r .-.   ...   .    ;-.'"���'.'',   h. - .A  - A .'. ���.���      'xs&J'  ls'14  M0YIE,::K::0.'.ATI(AJST-1K.1S  8&A  iff .  M  w  f  ;%  A  .|fcgj;:  Kca-  m  w  m  .'   -ill L IllIBWl OUlty fAomhraUA  8-     ��� *  a'V  A?":  ..-/��� '���������<!  ' ,;;.  r/A-7   / .i '/.  :-./f  'yf...^/-*..-  u  86f  &�����.  /���"'  Ap'." Ap ���roiii'tlCAlA A ;ap...   A'."'  The- Conservative ; convention, iw.  UusAdih'^^  this AAxihg,: when, a candidate will bo !  Toih;  Gavin'   has; with-j  drawtiJroiAAA rape .and', ib a is  gencr-, j  ally eonbbdedatbcA Uicrda'will, notA'O j  A-imuch.'fi.ppbsi'ti'o.n to ''James';,ByaA, si'nii  :" -.: M"ETA-Li: J'' MARKED.;; ��� iiyyy  New.'. Y:6rk:���Bar siiver/5Si;'cents., ^  fAaU,:$4ATiA;:Cropper,' .$l-t;7.5.'-:.'Zinc/'  M��MIQ Mfl r.C^:l:C��PoHorV^n.87^r   . ; A.A'p  11SL W��'V -8%V 1'Sw^r 'j ;':,Lq:;poN���Lead, ��1.1; 2Si Ad.  HAAIomwer^S  IKT'll ���:''': 'V'tr'P    'AAA A j'yenti^  sVltllOlltaMXBC^  ':::y; A A'' '^^C-; :-'- ';";-a;p> -i A 'A' jiid,:!ted;;Hi;i aiifl; A;W, Sutherlami,;.,, J'A A!-'I.'.' ���;;.''''.  te  ;p    '���,-. ��.a ��� ���   .   of the meebng y/bicu.iheyt.heia .tnret  *sh  Bound ���0r|)e1yti's: Seconds,  . ��� ^lirewia^tlieSponge-;i  ���:^AA>:';^  ��������� .v ���    , i ;-';'.!������    .Jii-s.-*"  '���...<) ��� '. .���' ������-������:'  .  !     .  W-  r::'-'^:'  a>:��;  :-0'  KM'  KM:  r  '"Aw?  iv**  f^Sri  te ^i  &t��.  Av  rAI  Mi  aa  :a AfLer'len'i'Ounds of;��� desjwrale .;-fi.gli't-  i'ug:C.6r.bptt\��oiVtAiay;n/-pi  tliq AleelianifcA pavilliou .i'hrSa.haJrran^  ���Cisco, Jflstpiiighl. a 'Both a Jt-fiViGo ;anti  (J9flkti���wo,reJn tha pii;k��6f:,c.on(liuoh  :aqd'x>ub;,up Agopdphard;;;.Jight  to^alht?  'jastA IA several - ,pf:a\lhef'-.T;oun(i-8v-'Gc!r-  Tbe'':Lib.erVis''win;li'oid  Wednesday '���';.. ^vejiin'r  ii  g y/bich.ipe:yt..neio  .larue  yvcoks..'ago,''and::lhe;saina ,d^legates ��� wijl;:  s^ndAlectedjp-:attend;:;pThte ouiconie  of .Uie'meeting is :hani: to'-, prediqAat  tMs-::iin\o.:ytfi'Ci;fy  .icrag.:':;;\vili.'be:thc-.coi>lo|5k  "no't'a.t':':*iiV-:>'ia>-iO  would1 rather devote ''liw''.t.ime.'-..loa:lii's'  practices' fcliaii^oApterliiib.'U^ Apcerp  ;tftihti(;s;of-ia poH.lidal ;ca)npi!gnx;:;Biv!.  'the. nri ti ^l3T'pwry'-:.;factiari" b'si a.sijfiipaven-VV.y  forceclf him'^g'tfjrist..''iiis. >wll tp'enter the  cop test.':; At implying; '/biiesasaypthrtt ai^'i  ''ca^e!.'GKanbrb6t:sectireQ both���Lhcp'.'Gon;  'iervatiye. and Liberal'iibmihetis ' thstt;:i'  third inanAillA  Aepeudeut caiidid^e''^  port'the;pa:rly' that.wjU;'Ae ;An;fi ppw<jf  a'itVr.tii'e electib.n:,iS';'o'f,ef;'';:,X)ie,attii,ude  :;^3a  Ac-tt''mis the favoriA; ��������� \yi tli ,'thA crowil,���  ,.       ���> ���;.    a a .       . ���;���, ���,;   ���, ��� . ���. ���-, - . ,��� a-.-.    .,        ��� |,,:  He' was muchiigbter bniiis;ileetf! :than:|:'. ������...-., .-������ P a-���,-���-,,���,,, .���-.;., aa ���-.-,,- ��� r,, ������������^���^:  y:a.'S"? paa,;.,,. .>?,---'���-: ';A !i -p ... f ' :.A of .some of the ApraoLicar' pplifcioian?  Jeffries, hut Ins blowfi did .notihuVera.} ,���..:: p.-'. ������.-,.H--;.. ���.',: , : ���.-���:, y... ,,.....,, ',f  a:,^;,:Aaa ���.���/,":, aa -���.' .a-^va,. ..among the .Granbrofpk- .Libera.13. is;; nipt  telling eilec ton,: nis opponent;; , p-. t.-;.the. i-p a a ���%. -a., -a -p ������ -...,..-,;.  a,,-, v" "' i-L a  end��� of the 'tenth'; round ,;'������'hi'�����������'������ second  Aal  ;^S   '���"'���;;v ��� A' ">'��� >'-i^ ^> ':^.Jpi^:i&^i^*-M^'ij��iy': ^^^^^^  !^>^^^^^^o,^^^^���^���,^*^������^':������^��� a- v^->=*-^ s;=i,.>'-  ;-:'���.':'��� ;,,���.'.;;; sxbc.K:,-.QubiA.'rioirsv.:a:.'p-    :;.^  .'Furnished by BealeAjaEl^ell ���'prok^'  Bra. ;Moyie,A>.' n,,,.;;;;;' p "' '",���,������'..      p;\;-:v  '������,';'::--!'':, ,p,.'a; ;������' " '������::���'��������� 'iii: AskeciA vy.3?id:'������:���-.''.������  Growls Neat Goal^::;;i?^0.O0;:^  MiffiBfiiii'  Kewp^Selected;^  ���p ������ SptrGpsi":and; ^ ��� Gomplled a  ���Kyy^^:^^^  'Ayyipa','-aaitda,'Paster.^y\ - iiK  St. Euuenet ,.v:i..;'..A,-'. A: ���'���ty,''-"'-'  jiforth Star A:...'.A ���,>,.; .������ iy' '13;::,  l'StiTlivari-'..'. .a .iv A ;^A ��� ';'-'; Ai;-'  ^���''GaiAtlpldaFieldsA,'A- ���:;;"''"': 5;i::  ���.Golaonda'A-:'. A.A.'.'; - '��� ;. '������19,,'  'V/ar^gle',.. A'...". A. A; ..p-,A 5 ,.;���  :Ea.yup..;l,.,A-'a---a''''-'/'-v'''--'-^�� '  .American BojA'a...';   . ; :a :';>���������  Aiberta;Coyl'Go...'Va.';' ,'.;;3.50:.  East:g;.ll'^pal.'.:ya'p>  75-..  Stodge tie Mountain a'       10;  Caii; Oil & Goal Ltd;      "3.50;'.;  11'  :--:lS--;  .:'T3.''.  ..'.';16A  ',;.::2i'f.  wj1 jyjwawiMWW wwt  threwAb thesponge. ,; ��� -': ���    a-;,, -.-        ,;  :������:�� .'J .-,...,... -a    ���   .. ���'a.a.: p.    a aa .a- ia 'a.v ,;,���.��� :.: a-.. ..��������,. ���.  p; aThrbug hpilie ��� enterprise prAlcMahoh  Bros/ the...repDrtf.bl "���.the   light,  was  re-  .���-'   ,-,)��� .-..,���������.������'���    :-a  ., ...���    -a ���...������������ ������.        ....... D:j^.   ;��� aa a'  ceive'd by founds at the a Hotel Ivbote-  xiiiy 1 a<5t A iglrt. iyy.y: :y, y'.: yi: pp: V';A/A'-'  ^iis'teringA^o'te'rs'.^aVrheriaj  vitling- for:,thea.tfaasferring-,Ar:Aoters  from ���biie.'ridiri'g'1'p ;3npther.^.p,:l;^'���y;;.Apl;:'  :'���; ;Fc)llovving;Ar6;the aum'ber d(;",voters; 1 atioii    bnaathe a'Liberal ,:ucliet^ inv; the  regisfered;bpAo Fridayrjtt1 popti Ah the;; ^nVir clistficta   paA';',..: yy^\..V;���,p.a'..."  .."...,���'���'];Hi':G..P. li."; has ;��� declai'ed  c^l^^li^^^yl'^yy  ; a hprd;:'Btrathcptja;,,bd3 a'Celebrntedphiri  eiglpy-second,birthday. ;a'.pa '."', ���;','...x',. ���'  ���..." AAuri'ica'ue lias visitetl.1 he Island;oj;  'ftlartiniq'Uo^dbuig^  %'^JolihvMttch'eil-has���'���WeseTi ��� igrteclabyfn  /New'York'sda\vyer'^for:i^  ���Iat'��e'r:".clai;rris,;lje".worked out  theaplitri     ���'6'f''setilme'fft';;:bP,'thc-a'n  beipga;talei^Aoavei-y;'kindly:p:b^  .pdqpieAliv.itig.lpi^  ���.towns:; -/iy y y p;v';;!;;';'';p;;;,r;;::';;?';;p;;,,  Yrister da}'; tyaG' t her la's i "v day' ;��� f br: re-  A.. Aro Ar ho ir.it Aay: c6nckrn..-,' i.;y '���  aAf.you; ..i'httend .pimf^i^^Sga'P^^^'Vv  inAIoyic;dbn:!:fcA'ait,auiAiV;';tlie:.:Tu  ti .���   ,bpeiv;Any',btA-.,.buy;; npw>': ���.��ee;pyyS.y!y  a;diy.i;��l-|;B1j^er^ a;^0^  ';p:ii:t^pi'.to>v.ri'i'!vV'Xlsp\;''3  Aablfe for rciit.---���'������. -, A, -';;;.������ y:yyiyyy���������.a:-:;:a  CQWSERVATIVEplPl-ATFOR  '"'i;^doptoil:at'iteHit!lst61:'py:Sep'tcm  a.,i:;;That this'coriyentiqli reaUlrrn's{lie:pobey.oi:p:il  0iheT>ftrty.iri inatterH AfpprovinqJ til xoads and-y  \riiils;: the bwiiei-shij) liuria'coiitror; of - ra  .ah<'r'.Uip.-''d6'r^  ;sources;of tbe;:|]KOYiiice csA^ttidadowajirriho., ,���:  ;platfonn"p.(!6iJ|to'diii Dctobc-r^i^Dp yhiclijsinfiiy  foiiAvAppa^-aa; yy? :-y:.y.;:\yyi yy y.:y/y..i<:yy y,,  a;;,To actively aid in the construction;'of- trails,--;  ledAal^otferSAis>;:N7hicha;^  tpeari;tbgttaa,genet'al election is;not;iar iJUiidiufeof Apvitioiaiati-uDiproaila aOfr'^iihlic.'p.;,.;  ,(lisi;a;irt;i};;:AA'';Aa,AAA?''yA rieeessity-;p:aa'-a���',; ,;';;- ipA':;5-?-;-Ay  /;;;��� a-a-r--aa a -a -p .aap-a.'a. ava"aa': -^:;.;v--'^.-   r/j  a"'"Ri:'adcipt; tlio ���-���prilicipleSvi'-zrila-.'SOVOrnpont a a ��a  Gbhdral-Mnes;pwho;;bas,a'.iast  tired frbni'tbe'lJmtedA'iate^ariny^      staiidesaor aig;;:pr^vbicc;A  if'CWllffl;  :; Paid tfp GapitA: ^S.tOO.POQ.  D��A��:AAa.;:iAs#A?SBA'''eiejt.*  Cranbrobk riding r  ���-��������� ��������� .(,.-.������ ���   -���    ���. -."������<���.  ; GraAbi'pok .:.;���..;;; iy.iy ,'���.;: .-p^A"  ;;Fo^rtpSteeje.';���;; Ip7.v;\;,.pa.,.  ; rtio^'ie.a.... ;..a ,.;. :���', V-������"���������'  ^Marysv^ilca .A ���;. :..';;;.aa,;r. f.t  f,Vf ar d n er;.' a:A.; -y y:)''. ���;;..-;;'.''.;:. "y  Ry,an^.:.vV.p>v;a:.a:...'p.,;^.';;-A;:  Migcellanepjis. . y..^:-��� i~'iiy"-:  ���Kiii^rleyJ;a(rid''Nbrih'c;Sl%v  :lr'erry';.Greek.p,. aYy,y'y.yy..'  PalrnefS.'Ear A , yyiy.y.yyr.  :Wasaa..p.L.:a';;.a'va:.'-a-;''-'"-?'. ��� -::-'  ���707  ;:i62  "'��� rlWpolilcal; battleA-ill gdbn; lie;pn'.1  ;So Co'iit'rSA; yet.  re  ken:ot:as Acapdidatepn.;;ihb , JDeiA  bcratic .ticket[sXtM.AiieiA;pfeeid,ential  ;electioil. ';;:���'.���;;' '.;������'.' ���':��� -A'' "y" vp,.A'.'"'^:',! -aa:: -i  .;Local-;news;''  addption;bi'tHe;pnneii;to;vliat lijrvbbpus should  ;W-:BrftlvtS'd-.tiO,-au^  not give tho.goA-i'umeiit of the provincp'eoAp  trol.0f rates'p'v'ei' lilies.,b'bin'iseii, tpgetlifcl- ;y.'i tti.  the o'ptiyn.AxiAehAe.;..; ������.;��� i '���;������'��� ���]��� .'a,', 'v.;'������':;:'  ' -'/'To -actively, assist; by st n to. Aid in '.'tho : dc\(cl-.;.  opmaut;"oi the agvieulturta';'Asonrcof-o^thc';  pro viuce,;  9.7 ���  i  I'S'r.l'n  MW)  S8PM!  ^a^^CSMSi^iM  S'Ff  Av^  _H:^^-'��v>r  ^sa^r^yapv-;-  ! ^'W  ���^���-^'^."���^stS'o  ::yai ,.  '^^.ooo,ob(/;  ';.'$2,983,S9fr  .���;^2,U3G,315S'.'  Ife'  ������HE  T.:R.  ,E. H  GS.  >'!BipdJ.l.aJi..u��!i��^.-.-  '. : . CA^ITAE,���'��� cAulhorized')���'-, ��� ���  I, ;: ������ C AAITAE;'{t'tiid." V>0.:. ���;���������"  " .;^p,;EESTp,':a.;,...V''a-^.';- -���'���������;���-,'���:-':'  /vE-OFFIGE^a:OEONTO;   OKTAE1.0. ;; p    , ii VvA^'-^A  '' MPTALTTT Erca"    E Ai. WlLKIEi".V:ice-Jr*rer ��r-?   ^pa. ,viav..-.  ,VY,Ussista.ot Ge.n,;-Man��ger.'. W.: ^011 ^.AA^:^hi    ��� ..  ,T/Nri'"-;A ccaerAbanKlng buA-  ���*    ness transacled.;.    ; ,'���������[.  -.   ....    -,-.     ..������-   ,-���   ....... :-^,-v-;?^^;^r''^P.^''Sinyih ha'S'-retiiiibfe'diito^r^  ..Thereis a'deal pendinfe betv?eenatne.;l ;     --. a,   a. .Jv- .pa ~^-~.-.    , w(ly;p9Ucy abpYescviortiicax-i i.ieaeoompashed;a  .   AA' ��!��� ''Fu^enp   cbmiiiinv   and ^ihe^ '.rraH'!a'; TaY;E  ���'-;''i;ivt- "J-i Ar p Ap-aa   -aa.ra.  '���., ,.' av  ...a. - .,y ^.y,;,   ������ .������     a a./.o. *:.'. ������ y ,.  -p. ���'!--. ,y :.i   fo'-fori'Strtict-; railwavs .liudcr'. oortiiiu Vappro.veil  iy . m j smelter a fbr , Ahe.-iOUtptitt ot;;the. mine ^lus,.wcet..;.;;a/,,.;a v :ryyy   .-.:;,.;.:.      ���   , :  rc.glliiitions, aitalogos-to. Ae system ��� ''.thnt has rep  pa:v% Iwbibliamaiabe; >cpn;Siim;&  : r-'.-.-7   ',, a.    "a "A-     V-, +',     L w,'.,,i^(K.^n,vT^   '   A1--  v* V*. ; A Vrr'���'���'.���.   .���������.,'.,:���'������>".,..>' .A    [���iifthfcUiiitea.'.States;TrithcouHioh=adv{\utngctc.-.  ������i:yf{y^0^:-'^^^^  ^fi:: M.\ {b-l'ernialaBt.Saturdayr-wbeiAit-: meet-']     'pav p.p     ,;   ��� ,p a ���-",:...:: A'A<;- yy- p,:j. p�� Tharto oucArago Ac.��ining,ihdastfy;;thp  a aGovefuiKent Agiint':AriTisApn^^ ;A'A;  :cop!d !>y; arr'Aed ;'A;the^  -'..(S..~y  hi '^lovie: Alusa-weefcaA^  dam which ^isiofeciedj^t'" ispring   at   lorAlontreA;io;cOnAr-Witn:  --^^AA    ;T,l0^Us ,^lk A ;  " Sba^bnc^y  .AlifeaG.   y- *ri ^ "\]n^ ,yin^^  .thought ith lit   in im^ " ���     ������''" ���   '     ���'" " a a     ��� ,(-..--.a- -;--aA--.,..a..  a;, a.; ;.a.a���.���. .,, .,,,    -  ���j.'.a'st  .'' ,r!'l\i*  N '���    SAYINGS':'piAiKlAlE^T��� allowed.-.p'ri depositsl  ^  #  '"- *i  �����5  jJr  Euro  liluo   jjx.aiii..i^-> -     ������.���-".---,--- i'���������'���  W '   i ' V'-''     ���  i scr&*iAblo.in all   p^rt^/of - Canada, . tjnited   States, and ,; - j...  D"1   ;^!AciaVn:ttentioAgiven to collections. p.,.,a   a 4,  ���:;,.A;'^,-;%;p;.p;A;;.;;;;p;;av.::;/Ft..Hv  ���vannwn  i.iieloot of ;Moylo-i!' lakep by . tlu?  ^ivOvienuy; AuuiBer . coulpauy.1 a.-vp-  ���'duro'..h'a3' raised'lhe water in'p'lbe-. Inks  ,A and. has caused  cana'iddrabls-  :<ioniag.j.;  '"* Mr. pVrm3;trbngwas'acting under ' inp  structions fronr,tha.chv;T conApAionp  er of lands a:-.:'-vvorkf..  ������ '      , ���'���     '"'a.  * jtey- Eorfanubi OApbr'pok'bcklser-  A'ice Airi ; Movie :AAc^iAeday ;evaninp;v  After the service'Va' busineA Aneeting  of Uie^bongregatipn was. held when  Messrs.; Stone, . ���MacEache.ru'.-anA, fl.  Caiuerbn;/' ^'t-r.e appointiedpAauagers,  Steps wi'llbb'i.akea shortly to have, the  manse palastercd and.putlri   repair,.;  >'fAhitt in X-lJfl.; pulp:aiaiid.ajeisc^a.pro.visioaa.;.  -,..'. ; " - .'-n A-' :-'v'w;"l-,;.'-:���'' , ^.-���a'Sbi'Hr!a'l..��iaade/ori:rer6fcstmg.Rnd .t;!ti>.t,,-sM.;>H���.-v  l:her<3,is'Lalkof -a -(laiipiicbeiag, ^;yt!ii AjjnucAe  '    -..,-- ��� -       ...... ..  ngreemenlAviU beareadied .there And j  ,:a     "."; . >-:aA- r ��� '"v-.Ci.1 A���A 'E-'v 'Aat-Ae i;tt#i]UUr.'^iiri(t-ccivwnAe��t.o'f,;the  Mrs. ���'tijrinauvat.ui.-iVi-ri-.-.-'.Mep.j^.o, -v^ure. j prbrince shoykHiei;^yerei:ltne;eR;jrt to..sccur^.  that the 'mine' ivill soon -be; nuining;  !' '   ,-   ��� ���������' if      ���-  : ' '   .*, t; a,.v     -,v-n    -Mi.ii  1 tlii! ejcoliisich of Asiatic IkMdv.   ,.;.  ..-    a.-,.a  ] up'-irprn.Ai.pr-i.!S3('y', A,.ine?: .ul-.   a-.. >isut .t   gpTl3��.1;aji0 niattur ul B'utwr terms-'.i.-r the way  ;,. ;p,������A: ; ' "'"���'������  ���   '���..������ oisabsidv and apiiroprin-tioas/or the provincfi  i.tUlfc >\te^-.   .   -   ���...-.   . .   .a ,���.��� . ..  aahnirll, 5p viL-oroHi-h- nrossed tlnoa theDomm-  ���.  The .low price o'f lead "ih the London }  ........ . .      .  market is one of the chief obAacles   atj '* JoaSterria, chieraccountant; lor A.  ty'.wosentAiine;   ItvApvesa^  nuirAiv   between,; j-nfit   a-A' loss   iO:'tM.oyie'.ru  /!.-,;  work on ...in.'.'making  smalter-A'-are'- a^y^)'  a   con tract.A.-iui  &  .1*1  *A  A'fbrc.e oi men: AAe' been working  ;('  purchasing ore' when;'.the   market ;ior [.greatly improved their appearance. ���-,  their prpdu'ct j.o-'uncertain.   'Tlie find-,1    ^.[iss Edi'thHawke was in Gratibrook,  ing ofV:najk8t. &r such n.lavge 1ua�� j the fi-'sL of Abe week visitins friends!  .  titv of lead is no. snialTitem -when it is      -a   ������ ,���������.-.'��� ,.���'������.���  tiiken into consideration lhat. the bulk  of it must be .disposed   of on foreign  ���countries.. ;.;;v; .';".'. ':���'.��� '���'" -,:.':'  .Then there.is a  rumor , afloat ;tb at  theO/P.'E. is demknding a. sHcbpol  ho bonus���Xrotil the aiineownsrs, pTbe  should be vigorously pressed upon the;. Pomm-  ii'i'n doveniniciU...   '���.-���������������        a--..     ���������   ���'.-,'  ."'    '   ...::-  i) ���'Jiiatttie'sil'.'ei'-l.iiKliadustru-s of Ihe'.prov-  iii'co i'i!- f i>s to red Mini cricounujed by tbe imposition ot-iucreased customs duties on lead andf  load products imported into ..Canada, nnd -that,,  the conservative' iitemljers oi.. the'���Potniuipu  House A urgeil to 'support , nny motion;-intra-, p  ���a   dueedfor such a 'purpose, a-       ���       ;'  ,1 V!,ir,-%^' A.(Si-.'t i niV.fl-,. X^r.;.:    lV"-l   .v��->tk-  A^tl   'have ." 10 ThrtfftS indusvriaVdisputes; almost anvar-  datno/io   ai.out-on ,t:-.t.   Ma.M,- i<,.,i    .t^.v, . a-u   v��v^ |:a|jly result mgrcatioss, and injury bothtptbe  ,.i*ai   fnr 1 nr0<.ilr;-i:H':nmwr;...|.iifir annearivhee . --       parties directly.concerned  awi"-to..t.ho pub.Ucp,  Icsisliition slioald be imssert tc provide- means  tor ttu rliuieiibJe . adjtisimeut.-of- .such: disputes :  between employers and eniployoes.    a  At Tl:at it-is .advisable to-iuiiter 'tUc.iiiiiiiufiuv-:.  i rure of.tbe raw products ot the-proviace OTih-.i'.  T   T^   .^rnvie l,qq  eone '��� toAYmir   'fo'i'tbe province iis far as prac!ie:tblo, by means oa  J..b.^io\.'e 11 aa gone    i-o  auiu   w,  ta.Xl{li011 on ttlf. Sliid nxw prodnots,. subject ,,t.p,  WOl'k in;, the Eliot: mine, in; Which liels    rebaTO.pt tht>-Saiue.;iii whole.or.ptirt Wl'ioiv.maup  . ;������... .-��� ,    -     .,,-���',.'     nfaetured.m Bntisli Golumbiii. :������    .     ���  interested. . A; stamp   mill .will: be j     ������    ;A _i_���^p..i_..:r_.'..-r������^���,--a  erected oiv'ilip.;;^  liooi opened last' Mori-';  / A'A:;���;''���'; ;;,'.A'..CllA'H3li0OK1. $S.yyy;.. A'A  ������������;;';;'.. ���; ��� ;;;; oustgms brqkee. ���'���:}.;.    ;'    ' ^-a  ''" ' Prdtsetio^, ;: BeforejlnsuriBg^  s urn  Cil-f  Oil.-      -.a   -,-  resolutious v.-cre adopted:-  1 xbar .conveutions  for nominating ;candi-  o��i��iiji����nM^,s.-<w������2SSi!^^  ^fii:fi^li^  ll*3M  j the   Side.    3iit   time.' will. straighten'  rout allot these ili^ciillie's, snd.an ami: I.^.^ ."  men    iu   tb3-.;, ^et, - pa.sed.    , iuat._ ^     I cable tij"-e?merit Will be rsached.p     ��� ,��.   .^.    ..      ^. ,/���_,,,...,.; A, ���'a|   df-tes for members of the  legislative;;asseiablv  '' ���     ��,   *?{���:������ p,. ,i -   a,    '���cWppb   ia   be-' I ihrougiv Moyie , 0:1   V. e.u'. C?da\ S   e&il   , d  ,M, of delegates, chosen as, :o lows:    .. ���  I'  T he iiumo at i-ie.bl. .L-agene  ..o.ct .,.  &       _,.       .    . . . .     ,.   utmu. ,,icete?al districts, brie dele��ate for  "     "      ���      '-���J-J   '  '    cr--"= "    '"   "-!"    ,n   e^. flVtV,Ad fraction of itfty votes polled, at  rr'r-   .    ���-.   ,-..i ;.ia ..v.... w..i,i :,, Tiirai    ���.irl   Ii'.IIip.  i5..&  M ^If^ouAarit-aiiytWng. stylish and neat go to;  (.:��� -iiie ���r.uuiu uu i-.t-uv.  ^.w0_w.--   -.-   -.   ,       .,. .. ���;,���,,.      ral lu'-Uv eleetc'ral districts, one ueie.naxe tot  ���iMirSpiiair^Etind   tlie jinc  saving   f.p-,j bound train,-   He .was on   lis  waj-. tp    -c-.v..fl^VaaaiAwtiouo{  IpiAnL.mlloe added to Abe conccn-.|tbe Sul!ivai,,:;;    ,; - p.-     ^^m^'^^R^tl^  .crally.prepataiory.alo ,DUub;   -u..   . - -���    ,    .-. a n.   l?,-   ^p,,. T0!u,      The 1 eieciA..   p.-...-'���   ���    .   ;;.   .,;���..... .,:'   .Ab.  iisipp.I   ���  'lie I oicction. .   ...   . .;   .       ,",  .,. . ������  .    1 Va. In othef electoral  districts, one delegate  Moyie poAofficc   will   be   opeu  each j {^^ A i-��^^ ^^-K^^," .' '  Stuidav for one  hour    utter' the   east! mate's 10 be apportioned to polling i.lticos.or lis ���.,.  ���       .            .-     / v'  ,. ;-��� "V" ,J  -     ... ..                 1 ��������,. thereto ii.* will be lair to the votoisot thf.  Work is to be' resumetl on the .aiue 1^oitnd train arrives.              ' .   .          : diaereut .n-ji.^hborhoods.���      '   ,,, ,      .:    ._���  -                     -PO,,V.,'      V    ,v.-MiC"nt''af0r          .                ���'                -    ���    ���      - -. :"���          ������ The e'.eexton of delegate-; shali. beat, public  mine   near-presto.... A   uU(UJ ���;'"-J      .   p    MpcdonaHi  received tho   iiad j ^eeuu^.DcUi at a.iesiguated wutra ��� piacui. t;--  Willbc btl   tat-the .mine   to    Lreiiu   low p    A. J..   i\-.xuoua.u   -^ ���              ! ClU'-i, .lo'llius' ..livislon.o? m each vyard,,m city  win                              . ....                  .     .        ,-.    ........      ,    ...    ,,...    .,,,���,!;     of.   his jr.,f.cuJralilistriets. if the- eny  is divided into  ���aooa.as a contract,u;.s:gneo.  kl  HI  ��*��<&  ���.���'-'������ ,..    . '���: ,^p.^,. will "b;C built at -the .mine   to    i.:em   iu^ ���       ������ .-��� ��� .���       ��� ������       .   p.lU a, p^lUnr aivhion, ov m eaen vyaru,,m ci.-.  i The latest thing-lk- , ^rady 0ro which will, cmcentrate   ,1 to j news this   week 01   the   defh - cA Ins le.eetorauu^s -^J^^%^^  '.'T0 ������?    nn1f-.r.,t. .-,re ovi-r'-'OEOO tona of   pre! bfolll,M.  p.. 11,  MacdouaUlj   ,m. Mbnl-.j ^;; ,A,(A rbemseivcs to vote for tiie.-einidi?  ; '���''������ ' ...    ,-; '','     ,*"   , ''' ��� a'    ",.'.'. '.     .'���. , '-.., !ci���.,. ;M"fVudidutes.scieefe.i p'l   1.^ noimuaii.ua  mm IeaaAs:EadAf3aEdaentM^Mi|2a  E��t��-;s=,1S?rSS7p.  .������� ?sa^'  ft.)'  re  sJa.  �� ���i>jusAi3i'^ii'<��'IsU0^'.'r  l-iipt  1 >  L:ifi:C' shiiip^5 .room   u  .xyAbbpt^c forccruucrci.il n  of accommodations.  i  :vmpectiou  ii.*" Bcct  NoadcjiioHdrs fbr Comirienoia!  A,   ���***''t-, ���'.'.- ���  -    ....    ..   :...   a.,   a^    ...  arul Mining Mei^.'  a;'I '  ^ i  $\  W!'  !^ j  f/3 I  ��� f:i !'  'PI '-."���  1 fa  3i&- aim  blocked out.  C'l'.  :rc!i i'iiil-ylc'j.  -real. ! Eecsa'spd was   5-2 . yeiirs   oi   age  f and-was manager of Lh'e A'eople.. , L .,��� v,.,,������;, ���..lllV.,...,.. ..,���  -:,-���-��� .-.   .  .''   . ...   ^������'���    ���       ,.���    ' ui'i, i - ..-n    !'    l.-..'   I   . He ui'.e'in'-s at widctvde.eyi'.tes are i.o 'be eiec^'  iO i C-! I'ahtaxin   Gnarlottetown, I , .U.. 1-; Cf\ '^.^ ,Vurpu..tinu convontions shitU be held  1.   -.-     ;-;;;���   : i,^,f,4v.ii- .V.cr.ri/.!^   imiilivv-;   hi'uiL' v.hts  Banki"^..vo  ifouveuUoii"giu'lltn: enUtleu to a '-ote Lot dele-;  ei.kV KofU-o sUcJlbogivou oi-tho pub-  "f Xl%j-v A: la' lT" ri' A A c HdJ i hc was^opeA-ed ^: for   appendicitis, j j^OT^^  ^i;Vi?'"haik.-A" ��� ;    AibuMvtthiaudresLUt,. '. ' e, Ar o^ro,;^d^At-seven: d^.fter.   AU  'ip.���-...:.J'Blcasad   h   the. man    '.ha! ,   ���.;.  lassware.  ; walketiv not in the counsel ot the un  !';'odly, nor atanditli in the way .or om  !ners, nor.sifiteth  in   the   coat'of   Ae  1-jccrnfiiL'.'IV������:'������  i  - A11 ai'e welcome,    ���        ... . ���  i     ' '   K. Ik's. TA\ LOR-, lAstur  !���'...  f ;'  . 01  l\\r>  lias. ��on  .   :iio.--L  Pit!j-BVoni^;-Snnday .sohool  a1  I vlli.-eaces to svbi  perl-/ treated,  ui>A> Aton's ' ihroAiAA'rlie'; pro-inee t.p be  i l.ruie ������-!,   a-  ciesi^uatud   eentn'.l   p.'aoe  in each.  i electoral uistriet, and oa tire riume d?y.  5    '!> Ail luiiie--^ of tt>f d��o ot, publio nice tins'.  .^���n regarded   aO , One j f0V t\y. clection,ef dete^ues tonominanng coiw  i:ii;erous ? ami    ^l��! | ge ��^  infants   are  subject. ; {"p,;r,s>.'N 't. to nap;  -���"h.'.<���-;-. ?n.raii'.uiv..  1 ,  ' C'-  Maedofla  - m Service To the hall'at 7 :30' p. tn. \ i3 to^ivo Chambeslaurs Colic, Uttpicaa  Subiec*-: "And hc'irbir-c and camp to j and Aiarrhoea i'en:edv and castor oil,  his-father." .... .     ,  All are oorukily invited   to   a'  these servicer,  subject. ;   ..iA^.j',; ii." to w^uol by t.Uct   n'ember   ct  tin  I ;���:A,ti..-6 o---di'i ilivifioii iu wU'.eii theeloetora1,  ���"tea" becnrctl. however,   when   VU)- 1 ;;r ,-j,.,.; .u.(, ateate, e.i:.d UiVed ov��;r the named  ' " 'A.,    ,,,.,,..   i3   u.ce^urv.  AtATi^ui.--itiedseeren.vyot tbei-re-mem,  ..all   t.iat.  io. u^^cyojij j .-.,., ,.r a.p .-a ^.sjo'.-.i-atiou.  ������Aowillb.:  ph.   an.,t   Ihe.  .-���.l-^  %)'��. MOADFOOX; riistoJ8. J ^ruggiSla  >3- -t0 j and Aiarrhoea i:,n:edy and castor oil, ...^ A V^-^^  ���t'tead | n�� dieted -with   ?^.b   be tile, a ad JMo^-mu^i^  I CuA    io    certain,    i" ol'    sale     oj    a'-a .,��� ������   '.OiniserViHivo A��soeia'iou>  : I. . .'   ���  ���        . ! v-a'.'a.V   i,;V,.,P:   icioa!  t N e ��� Ai)i J AA 6, 1903,  1 'Ia
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The elevated train'always slewed up
before It came to the curve. On this
particular afternoon it ciinir to n dead
stop.
Philip Bryce gazed listlessly from the
•'.mm leit a pans
l"oi:rd at the shn'nkin
startled hor ico much,
ver;.' g< -Ae -"^ he sal
l„ssmb.-rt. ii is 3. th-' v.-.
wia. ? iw. Yon see I !;,
Ti •- hiii'tor lo";d mr
;l>ii .\ all win I her vi
And, oh, 'when
•a ir.dow   I   C'Oll'tl   not
rjf  I.
::<-ii as lie
g till. He had
ll\< voi< e was
: 1- "Yes. ?.i:-:5
:ii« l'"oin (he ear
u'-w \ our i .';.ie.
F'dnre   of   Tonus   r.aivyt-rii.
; "Young lawyers no longer ean create
j thoir own opportunities," said a su-
, prc-me court justice. "All a young
i lawyer had to do a generation ago was
, lo hsing oat his shingle and hustle and
■wait.    If he was well equipped for the
TJic  Qcfcst  l'tir a Plucc to Bat.
He was hungry. Uefore he finished
his morning's work lie consulted his
watch -with a  frequency  born of gas-
There is some hope ior
long as he knows how
him..
;i   miiu   as
to   t;Ae   il
A lii.tn mutied \\ jtKJ,.,. ,..,
J.ondon to ilri^lpoii. ciU...
of bricks, in eighteen j
ininuLe.->.
n> ii
And 1'v" i line to
■on liked the vi'.lots.
!'.;<-ed you 1'roin tlie
taii'.l   il.     I  just
i h.ul io eon'ie and Jind out what was Hie
iirm  at a  small salary and worl
and if he is successful about the high- ' Teutonic repast did  not seem  hal;
est r-.oal he can expect to reach is the : attractive as it had twenty miuutes
-window. He was tired after a hard
'day at the oflice, and the pivspuct of a
lonely restaurant dinner and a lonelier
evening in his apartments was not inviting. He travo an impatient sitrh aa
his glance traveled up the heiulit of the
brownstone .buildinfr. "Just like my
hous.e." he commented. '•I'rohalily just
us full of people, each'one knowing little and caring lot-a about the rest, i
^ i
I^ord, but a bi£ city's a selfish fsort of I
place!"        ' ' |
Just then his glance reached a win- j
dow on the level of his own ami rested
i matter.'"
i     The  uirl's  eyes  were  downcast,   her
< Avkp (Thn.-'on. as sac said iu the fame
', friirld-'iK'd   whisiv, r*.   "Yes.   1   p,ot  youi
; violets.   Th<\\   v.-. re he,-, ul ■ fill, and you
j wc-iv1 very kind to send tlum.   V.vi you
j ouaht not to have sent them, and you
j ouiUit nor to have coiiio here. Mirs Met-
; calf found me with them, and I  liad io
\ tell hor all about them—and you.   She
was dreadfully shocked.    1--I did  uot
know that I  bad hoen dointr anything
wrong,   r.iit she said that I  had  been
very bold and forward and that you—
position   of   managing   clerk,    though
tlu-re id a chance of  his being taken
■ into the iirm after long years of service.
"The big law firms anel lawyers that
make a specialty of real estate law,
marine law, civil law, criminal 'law,
etc.. have revolutionized practice. In
(he days of Webster nnd Cboate a lawyer ,\vas prepared to handle any kind
of a case that came up. but now practice is specialized.
' "On this account a young lawyer
startingjilone has little chance of winning fame and fortune unless he is
unusually   well    backed."
The  oldest  map  of Home,   winch
preserved,   is   tlie   Kuril in   I'rnis, *'o
in  14 0 pieces  of marble.
tronmiiic   .o,fng.    ..The    j.rfume   of S.^^m1^'hSr^e'chiS^!
.    _- „-    Hamburger steaic  waited through the ■       1})e ais.,e on u IlIlIld.,,I.olwip.d  tribal- he had a good chance to succeed   , °nic'e window  from  an  adjacent Ger;   cycle.
About all  a young  man  can do  now ' luan 1'(lst:U3I':ult convinced him that he J	
ufter   ho  is  graduated  from  the  law ! v>'ouhl ,)(>t lnint ,ol,» f01' il P!«ce to get
school is to get in the ofiice of a law- ' bincheon.    Once out of the ofiice. how-
un   | ever, the old indecision returned.    The
tes be
■ fore.
■ lie went on up Nassau street.    Restaurants'lo the  right  of  him,  restnu-
; rants to the left of  him; signs in big
letters told of the Joys of living.    He
passed   them   by'.     Cafes,   three   to   a
block,  told   him   where  he could dine
like a   prince on anything  froin   roast
bCK.'f to canvasback duck.
What did lie doV    lie rushed into a
daiiy lunch room.
'     '•Give me a ham sandwich and a cup
of coffee!" ho cried to the waiter.    "It
does beat the deuce how hard It Is to
get something you 'want to eat."—Now
i York Press.
The    (■('h'l'i'a ted    ).oi il j(,i,    , ,
Cli.it if-'   11..   eiiiiK-d    |,\    'j-,,,,,
mon  hi   l'5i\"5,   wic   sold   ;>t   -,,
l"(.i-   L":!(').""> ]■( '-f.jit!1! .
All.
Soi.ic   men   lo:,  iU>ii,<r.'-     in,
■ ,^.\ Vi'     I )](■    | (
st ' ugi^inur
WEAKNESS
Tell of a Run-tfiown System zmd Exhausted
Strenytis   Comes WitSfi the SJse (if Mb--  ©§8ase'
Nerve Food!. .
-efves--
i
there.     His   fttce   brightened,   for
spmber curtains framed a girl, an un
doubtedly pretty  girl.    And yet there.I-vni!  ''»:liI1'
was something so pathetic in  the pic- I ft^'ny—iny   poor   violets.
tl1{? I you were not a good man. And she
| made me promise never to watch for
! ,.,-.,,  „,,.-,:.,    niHi  sjle f.;,.,^,   |]1G  violets
--"     Her
turc that Bryce's heart gave a throb..
The girl leaned forward, her delicate
face supported by her clasped palms.
Under a waving mass of pale gold hair
dark eyes looked sadly far beyond the
train into a scene painted'by h.-r imagination.
Suddenly, as il" waked from her day
dream by the fixity of bis gaze, she
turned. As her eyes met his,a wave of
crimson surged up to the roots of her
hair. With a proud little movement
she drew back into the sly'lter of the
curtains. And at the same moment the-
train. ■ obeying, some unseen signal,
moved off around the curve.
As it jolted upon its wayr'.Philip
Bryce leaned back,"with'a1 sigh. Hut
this time the sigh was not for himself,
but for Hie girl. ''Poor little' soul!" ho
said softly. "She looked even more lonely-than I. Wish'I could do something
for her. Well. I'll look out ,l'or her, to-
' morrow, anyway." Strange to say. the
recurrence of this philanthropic
thought infused brightness into bis entire evening:    ,
There was an unusual element of
haste in the way in which he sprinted
"up the stairs of the elevated station
the next afternoon. It seemed a matter
of the greatest , importance that he
should catch the, 4 o'clock train. lie
told himself that it was only because
it was his usual train, and he prided
himself on his regularity. "Hut there
was that In, his manner which belied
his words.
As the trniti slowed up for the curve
. his eye eagerly sought a certain -wm-
,do>v. The girl was at her post. ' She
might have been reading, for a book
was in her hip, but Philip felt sure
that, she saw hini; felt sure that sud-'-
den color flushed her cheek. Such- niar-
,'velous power has the human eye—on
occasion. .The young man was u-nreasonably hnppy over his discovery.
And so for many-days; When twilight fell earlier,' the girl's slender fig- |
ure was silhouetted against lamplight. The curtains were never drawn,
and she was never absent. She watched
for h.'m.
The assurance gave Bryce the courage to call on the Janitor of the brown-
stone house and inquire as to the
prices of vacant apartments and incidentally rp to the girl.
The janitor was loquacious, after
the manner of janitors. As he watched
tbe smoke wreath up from one of
Philip's best cigars be felt that for
once bo had a listener worthy of his
powers. The third story front fiat?
Ah, yes. .Miss Metcalf lived there—
a nasty, cantankerous old ladj\ Her
companion, poor littlo. Miss Lambert,
had a hard time of it with her. How
she ever stood it all he didn't see. She
was some sort of a poor relation and
likely didn't have anywhere else to
stay. But it was a shame the way
the old lady deviled her.
The janitor grew quite excited over
IL So did Philip hi fact, he had
some difficulty in restraining his feelings. But be forbore to interrupt the
janitor. Such information was precious.
"The poor young lady  never gets a
breath  of  fresh  air except  when  she
goes   driving   with   tbe  old   one,   and
v never a miniite-tp herself except when
■   her tyrant is sleeping."
Sudden enlightenment came to Philip.
Evidently Miss Met calf took an afternoon siesta. He had to thank the god
of sleep for these stolen meetings, if
meetings they might be called.
The janitor's story bad strangely excited him; however.    It was in an exalted   mood that, he sallied   forth  like,
'knight   of  old   to   the  nearest', florist.
The purchase of a large,bunch of vio-
; lets   somcyvhat "soothed   his. feelings.
But  he reddened shamefacedly as  he
Inscribed a card, "From tbe man in tbe
car window," and addressed Abe box to
AMiss    Lambert."      That, he, . Philip
Bryce,   matter of   fact  business   man,
should-be caught at such a schoolboy's
trick!   And  yet ho gloried  in   the  incongruity. '■:.'■'''
T h e n ex t a fteriioon li e cou 1 d  11 n rd 1 y
wait until the'train' reached tho curve.
voice
trembled, but she raised her eyes trustingly as she said nioie'firmly:'"1 don't
believe everything that ,slio said,
though. 1 know you meant to be kind,
c\en though it was wrong."
Philip Bryce gently tonk her hands
in his. "No, it was not wrnm*. Do I
look like a man who could not.be trusted?"
s Something hi her face seemed to give
'him conlidencc, for he went on impetuously: "May,not a man send (lowers to
the girl whom he loves? Little girl, 1
am all alone in the world 'and very
lonely. You are lonely too. I read It in
jour face day after day. Aud you need
some -one to take care of you. 1/ j-ou
can trust me, if-you think that some
day you can love me a little, won't'you
let me take care of you? Lean wait
patiently. I have been loving.you for
these many weeks, but I can wait till
you tire ready, dear."
■A-S she, looked up into his earnest,
manly face and read tbe love shining
in his eyes she laid her head down on
his breast and whispered. 'I am ready-
now."
So Miss Metcalf lost her companion,
but Philip Bryce gained a wife..
?    Arabian   Dclscitclcu.
In a recent Kgyptian review may be
found some curious extracts from AI
]>,iahc;:. a celebrated scientist of the
.tenth century. Speaking of the favorite dishes of the Arabians of that
epoch, be says that they considered
the ilesh of juiing. dogs'u great delicacy and also ate grasshoppers " and
scorpions with much relish. Moreover,
they esteemed the Ilesh of. black cats
highly, since thoy maintained that any
one who ate it could uot be injured
either by sorcery or by the evil eye.
AI Ujahez also ssiys that he was disappointed   'when   he   found, that   the
Arabian tribes of R.-issoiuh did not eat
grasshoppers,  but,  on  the other hand, '
Was highly delighted to find his friend, ',
the famous* poet Itoobah. feasting roy-'.
aliy   on   roast   rats  and   lizards.    The
Arabians,  he says  in  conclusion,  also
ale serpents and  horses,  but took the
utnic .st   care   only   io   serve   at   table
horses .which   had  been  harnessed,  as
they  did   not  consider   it   right to  eat
those wliich had been ridden.       '      <
| L,ost   Money  Mni-lcet.
London is waking up in nither amusing astonishment to'the fact that it has
ceased for the time to bo tbe "money
market" of tho. world. Just as Miv.Tohn
.Burns asked. "What b.-is Battersea to
do with the British empire?" so readers might ask. "What have we to tlo
with the money market':" In a complex civili/.ation lik:> oui< tbe luniicy
market rules everything relating lo
business.-London Pilot.
She   Knctv   II.
"The longer I live." sighed the sage,
"mid the more I learn the more (irmly
jini I convinced lhat I know sibsolutely
nothing!"
"I could have told you'that'twenty-
live years ;:g-'>." said bis wife, "but !.
I.mi'-u it would be'of no use."—London
Amnvi'i's
WEAK AND FAINTING
To many people peculiar spells of
dizziness and weakness are a sou ice
| of almost daily annoynnce .and distress. Soma see flashes of light .before them, 'and become blind and
dazzled ; others experience severe
attacks of headache. The cause is
exhaustion of the nervous system
and dHii-iVncy in the quality and
quantity of blood. Tn nil such cases
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is tlie most
certain as well as the most thorough
cure  ubt uiiinblc.-
Mrs.   Syinons,  of 41 St.   Clsiir street
Bellevill/',      Ont,..     states :      " Rome
weeks ago  1   began a course., of treatment   with   Ur.   Chase's   Nerve' Pood,
d\id      foilixl     it   it very    satisfactory
medicine.      T   was - formerly   troubled
with  nervous exhaustion and ;i weak, jthis' lctlci-
fluttering ,lu»urt.   Whenever   my   heart "able   va!u<
bothered  mo  I   would  have spells    of
weakness   and   dizziness,   which    were
very  distressing.    By  means    of   this
treatment,    my,   nerves  have   become
strong,   and -the  action   of   my  h<\iri
seems   to'   be .regular,    f can 'recommend'Dr.  Chase's   Nerv.e Food  as  an
excellent medicine."
Mrs.     James     Clancy,     734   Water
street,   Peterborough,'   Ont..   states:
" 1   have     used    four   boxes' 01
Chase's     Nerve    Food,      and     f,,
tlseiii  an   excellent   medicine.      <
troubled   .more, or    less  for   (,,,, ,
years   with   severe    headache-,-,
made   me  'useless     as   far   a A ' ■„,,
jdishing my  wol k  v.-a.- 'cnnc-i-i,,,,
"'The   Si>vvp    Food   seenu-ii   p,    .
me   up   generally,     and    so   ],,,,!,,
thorough   cuie   of   my  old   tn,.),1,,
would   not   think   of   beiny     s. ,,■
Dr.     Chase's     NYr-vo    Food      jr,
house,     and   would   s(rom_dv     ;,
mend   anyone' suffering   .as   I   -j
give   il   ;t   tri.ib    It    succeedefi    .
case   after    a  .great   m.uiv     t,.
had   failed."   .   "
/To    1 h", thousands   of   woi.n.!
are,  victims     of     nervous   -),    ,:
should ,prove -<>''   •;. . <
If  they   will   bin,
the   advice  of  Mrs    flaiicy    th,     (
.be  certain    of    great,      and      ], . •
benefit ° f-
Ur    Chase's y^vvi; Fond.  .Vi .<■,•,
box.   at   all   dealers,     or      F.ibn   .
Bates   &   Co..   Toronto.      To   i..-  ■
you   against   imitations,   tin-  p,, -
and  .signature   ol"   Ur.   A.   \V,  (.
(he famous  receipt   book atdhi.-,,
on,every box.
Ur
Dai
1 i n
Hott Bertus Dleil.
In Harper's Magazine Colli us Shackelford (ells the true story of the fatal
expedition of tho explorer Bering, from
whom Bering strait is named. Here
Is bis account of the adventurer's death
after the loss of his ship:
"Bering, who had been for some time
totally disabled, was brought ashore
on a hand barrow in a boat and placed
in a sheltering hollow, where his still
faithful men — a mere handful — had
cleared the snow from the sand. Even
then he was dying. His, great age and
tbe hardships he had undergone on
this voyage made his struggle for life
hopeless.
"His slow passing away was pathetic
aud pitiful. In effect he partially
buried himself alive. He lay under the
shelter of a tent made from an old sail.
Long suffering had made him childish
and petulant. 'Each day and all day
bis weakening bands were coiistantlj'
busied scraping down upon his body,
beginning .at his feet, the sand from
the ridges on either side.
"Ho would submit to no interference
with this occupation. Insisting that the
sand warmed him. When he died, Dec.
S, 17-il, a month after, the landing, his
body was already half buried, and it
needed but a little work on the part of
his skeleton comrades toc inclose this
hero of the arctic regions in a coffin of
frozen sand. ' j
Slice. Thill   Stitj.sisi   on   Scorpions.
Among Ih-' queer forms of animal life
(Lai inhabit Death valley is a mouse
that iia^- jic.pihvd such a taste for scorpions (hat ti.ey form its entire bill of
fare. The scorpion carries its formidable armament in the end of its slender,
olonj-.ited abdomen ia the shape of an
ex-'-ei (li'ugly .venomovs hooked' sting.
Wi "ii disturbed it elevates this in'the
air and gots i:i search of its dislurber.
But it'is comparatively slow in its motions, while mil-' sire proverbial for
their tjuiekuess (he world over. The
mo'.uv learned inaiiy genersttions ago
wlier ' the scorpion tarries its weapon,
and whon he meeis it he leaps at the
upiifi.-d abdomen, takes oil tlu> sting at
a sinAe.hHe and proceeds to make a
nvA of 'his b.-ipI-.-s--, prey. It is snp;
pos"<l to he the only animal that" relishes scorpion.;.
THE   SAD  PLIGHT   OF   ANAEMIC
a .   . PEOPLE.
Tlicy,frnvfiIIoa<l.i<:ln s anil lim-loiolns—• Are
launqulil uml'Un:il>Io to Stnml 12.\<;rMon.
Gifidstoiip   rtiiI   tlift   Actor.
An English speaker related' this anecdote to an at'di'-'H-e of theatrical employees: "Mr. Gladstone, when Mr.
Beori.ohm Tree was iniradnccd to him.
hardly k:i"tv upon what topic to con
v'fi-se-with him. bat at l'uigth sisked
Mr. Tree's opinion as to the polilic's c.i
t!i" s-age. wlnt!:-;- it is, as a rul \ Lib-'
er-tl wr Conservative. 'Well, sir." stid
Mr. Tree wickrcMy. 'I rr-aliy l.sive i: >*
rti.dicd the qu- s:i".n. but I should thi'ik
From  the   SutA Orangevillb,  Out
Vou   can   always . tell   anaemic   men
and women.   They are pale, weak and,
languid.     They   have   headaches  'and'
.backaches.     They   can't   eat—or  'thc\,
can't   digesi   what,  little  they  do   o..l
Aud   il   all.coniez   from   poor   blood
and   unstrung . nerves.      Punish   una<-
mia   at   once by enriching your  blood
end   toning   up your   nerves   with   Pr.
Williams"   Pink   Pills.      T'hou-,-, nds   of'
grateful   women  have said  that  these
pilLs. have   restored     the.n    after    ali
other, means   tried   had   failed.      Airs.
.Josias   McJiroy,   of  Orangnvilie,. Ont .
was;    a    great    suiVercr     fjr     several
years and spent much   money looking
for a  cure.    To a  reporter of  the S-.,n-
Mrs.    Mcllroy   said:     '-Se-.eral   years
ago 'my   .health   gave   out   completely,
tt'"'.   so   weak   that    I   cou'd   not   da
A  Clever  Encaje. .. F.i<;ht \ -ii v.- . per    cent    of   H
Prince Louis Napoleon, afterward Xa-   who   have   been   repatriated
poieon   III.,   effected   his  escape  from' oruuge Jtiv.-r Colony h.n.-  a
Ham hi lS4(j in a singular manner.   He 'work 'on   larms.
was  . ininrlsoiied'    fo
:is    alienipts   _
Ii    I    weiit    ti j .stairs
palpitate   violentIy,
would   faint     away
My   ner\<\s   were
sire   mostiv
' '. ors
me,'   rrplird
■r whelher the
it   ride':'     M   '1
M:\   free. Ai" s.-e:;-.
ic.lIS   lO   rl   til,!!]." "
'I '"a;'
wood
to  th
C'onsarv;<;i va."
Mr.   Gladsbm \    l
•e i-s any e:;ci>;iii<.n
;ouM   ray."   replied
t-.hifiors are Bad-
FJIZ Tour Liie-gK. '
Breathe more. Breathe deeply, j
Breathe freely. Why don't we take I
more of this vital power into our be- ;
ing? We must if our lives aro to be full
and vigorous.
A:'.',i-::ie :» ireniiity.
/.:,:-"'!i! — ','..■.i I •!.•'; !c poNsvi, ab-
horrs 1 of .-ill luopaj for ages, the-chief
i!Sgrcdie:ii of ihe philters of antiquity
of the rAddie i:g's. when they were de-
s;:; :•.",! ;o g.-t r.'d of si (roubksoinu eue-
i
in\    housework
my   heart   wsinitl
soul   sonu-t:tiio,';   J
through    weak ues.:-
unstrung,   and   i   .suffered   much   from
dir/iness     i   tried  many remedies, but
'.bey   did   not   help   me.    .Then   I   was
a(h ised    to    try     Jlr.    Williams"    Pink
Pills   nnd   decided   toAlo   so.        I   am
glarl' I   did,   ior • the   pills   soon   built
pie   up  and   .-Made   mo.  si   well   woman.
My   health   remained   good   n.itil   las:
spring,   when   I   was again   taken  with
weakness.     I   now  know   bv
ihe   \abse  of   Mr.   V.'ilMam.s'
and  at  once got a  supply.
was  as beneficial as  befoie
conscientiously   .s;1y     (])L.
done me  tin I old good.    I
0"\por'enc<'
Pink Pills
Tli» result
sind 1 can
pills have
a in   E^ratei""!
against the French governmeut, made
at Boulogne In 1S-P).    At'? o'clock one
morning the prince, having shaved his
mustache   niul   thrown   a  /blouse   and
workinginan's   trousers  over ' his   own
clothes   and    wearing   wooden   s3io::s,
quietly wal.tcd out of the prlx-n, currying  a   bookshelf over   bis  shoulder   tn
complete  Ills d>g-;.'sa.     Lie  was taken
to be one cf 'Ac painters ihe-n at wor'c
in   the nrl.-soii  and   was ; :i -s. ii  by several persons.'  A carriag •  was  w.ailing
In the neigliborhood. and  by ,1 o'clock
in the afternoon he wasal Valenciennes,
n Imrc   he   {(v»k ai    tram   to   Hrusscl'-s.
stud   he   :'.rrived   i:t   l.c-'-'lon   two  days
later.     Meanwhile   in   (!!•-   prison   Dr.
Coisiioau.   (he. prince's   pii.vs'iciaa,   had
placed a d tun my in the prince's bed and
told  the gou'ni'ir thai  tliApriuce was
confined io l:i^  room   by  illness.    Tins
s.-itisiicd the govern,u' tin iii 7 o'clock in
the eveniim. when, he ir-isli-d on seeing
tbe   prince   Aid   dl-coverod   !.':"   frstud.
By this time, of course, the prince was
over the frontier.    Iir. Conut'siu i^ot ofl'
with three  months of  p;-|.;on.    Within
thirt.v-one moiiihs Prince NsipAeon was
the first [ire.-iden' o." a French republic,
supplanting Kiiig  f/oaks  Philippe, who
had abdicsi ted.
aaSBSsaarif
•=aa*.*>uixa*ai*a?icszm*ainxm'.r^
••■ST7-i
51
3 f
ugh mtdi-lf
est, Avar's P
.   Wfc'at af
years of!
a.   si
cto-raj
cures! Ask your doctor Vi
he doesn't use it for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung'troubles.
-■'I havo round that Ayrr's Chcrr? I'edc.rtl
ii tlio lx;^t inodicine ) can pre«cni»<> f^r l-rvi.
chilli, lunumiza, c-juphi, n.::<i hard col,Si."
M. LODSWAN, M.l)„ Itusc*. N, Y
8" 2Jc.,50c., PIOO.
All t!ru(r«l»H.
for *
<3
,t. c. at;-e cj
I wrl'.  . Y.
4 "
The punj", whining, stingy individual
j nv
i (lis1
: rsc'iii.
neither  more   nor
ii a co'i-'.iluent  element of'(lu
less
tls-
Is not the one who has a full, deep res- !
piraliou. She is stingy aud crabbed •
with herself first.
Fill your lungs full.   Fill the upper
part.   Fill the lower part.   Mow be sure '
you cannot get another bit of air any- j
where.  Slowly and steadily exhale. j
Whenever you aro outdoors do it, i
walking to and from the ofiice. Cot up i
from your sewing and go out on the !
porch and try it. When you feel nerv- ■
ous try it. When things get tangled up j
and you are becoming confused try it. j
If you feel cross try it. In short, when i
you feel, the need of yif.a.lity Gl] your f
lungs and take it. Control, (lie ex ha La-, j
lion, and'If yon persist you will find;
restlessness, worry and impatience will j
lo'so. their grip and newer power will ,'
possess your, being. [
God's  gift,   fresh   air,  plenty   of   it! ;
Will you take it?—Medical Talk. '
sill
v.".
SID.
the
: i
ing beinjts. vegetable or
rat :ir.-.enic no life is pos-
riiks pur-icyer of death is one of
at supporters of life.   Such is the
pp-".-.:it |ui-i(i:i.\ aiiirmed by Profess-
'i.iiii-i   (j.iiitier  as   the   result  of
ileal observations.
or
Id..'
— 1
i!
•■log."ill anu
.S   ."s;l Liii'i
a t. •!
I    </
h a!' I ic:
"T\ o i
"If;::"
Tbt»   Toui'li,
wer t bo^.i..''' sla- e:;ei::l;'
li i f material:..to in i: I"
en,-.!   the   v-iiuuie.     On
lead:
ikirs and iif:y cents."
(hoiilrlit. but said iio'ihi-ng.
;rd.
I I;e
lot
first
I
would   not.   for   (he   world  .shatter  niy
wife's illusions.—lie troit. -Free . I-'ress.
Oiai;   tlio   I,ess. '   -
Sunday   School Tc.aclie'r--IIow. many
comr.i'andmonts'-are''there. Willie?
Wi!!ie--T(.ii.. ;   -
.' Sutvlsiy Sel.ool Teacbar^-And suppose
trard  Meaicine  to  Take. ; j-0u were to break one of thcni?
• "Doctor," said a fashionably dressed, j     Willie—Then  thrre'd  only   be nine.--
woman to her new physician, "I want ; Pbihuieiidiia  Baiieiin.
ii.;-   tins.> und  hope  mv  experience will
benefit   some   oilier  sufferer."
Mr. Williams' Pink jmhs havo cured
more sickly, pstle-faced girls and women than any other medicine p.ver
discovered, for 'they supply new, rich,
reel blood, and so strengthen every
part of the body. They are, e.p.aily
suilablo for men, women and children, and euro not only- anaemia, tail
dec.Iii.e. consumplion. , i.irligestion,
rheumatism. St. Vitus dance, and tfur
special ailments which all woni -n
dread. Tlic-'e pi Us can be bad
through any druggist, or will ne^ept
liostpaid at oOc a box. or six ho.xc,
for S'2.nn. by writing direct, io the
Mr. Williams' Medicine Co , T.rock-
vilJo On I. Look for <„'
everv box. so
s( 11 u I e  may   la
IN'doiii ns1 r.'.:d   Wit tor.
II  is not  unusual  to bear -,\   Bedouin
upon reaching a camp where water is
offer; d   him    ivl'u-j.*   'it    wi'.h    the   remark,   "i   drank  only   yesterday."    On
the Pedouius' long marches sicro.-^ dry
coimlries I be size of th<^ w.aier skins is
nicely   culeiii.iled   lo   just   oiil!;isf   (be
journey, and   llu-y  rarely  allow  themselves  to  biv.k, the  habit "of  ali:-tenii-
ousness. as this would bv sure to make
their   next   water  fa^t  :ii!   the   harder.
They are accustomed  from  infancy to
regard wa.ter as a most precious commodity and uso it with religious eeon-
omy.     They   know   every   hollow   and
nook   in   the  mountains  where  water
may he found.  Their camels and goats,
which   they  tako  with  them   on  their
inarches   to   supply   them   with   milk,
and    meat,    live    principally    on   the
scanty   herbnge   and    foliage   of   the
thorny mimosa.   Neither in on  nor animals drink   moro   t,h:tn   onri»   in   forty-
eight hours.   No wonder they can sub-
sjst where invaders ipiickly perish.
loronemtis s
* J! w%>
t&iiiwjyptsaBSttJtssxssavcPB^ $4
Correct any tendency to co^fctijn-jy
tlon with small doges cf Ayer's Pii's.fv?
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
1 E?
For Bilious and Nervous  Disorder*,  such as %~,
Wind and Paiu In the Stomach,  Sick  lir.-.u- %■
ache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swaliine tftf- "j.f
meals, Dlzzinc.19 aud Drowsiness, Cold C.'.ills ip"
Flushings of Heat, l.css  of  Appetite, nhe.-t •?/■».
nes»of Brenth, Cosllvencss, Dtotchei on tha L\%
Skin.  Disturbed  Sleep,   Frifjlilfut  Drci'a*,
and nil Nervous and  Treniblsnc  Sen'nli n
&1-- THE FIRST DOSE WILLQIVE REtlcF ft
JWEUtf MINUTES-- Tfifs is no fictwa
Kvcry nuffcrer is earnestly invited to Irv cn«
Boiof tlieee Tills, and tlioy will to "»rk-
jiowJetlccd to bo WITHOUT A RIVAL,
JBSECSJrAitt'S PXL1.S taken cs direr
t«d, win quickly restore Fetuales tocomp'tta
health. They promptly remove any o'oiiru;.
tlon or Irregularity of the syntetu.   Fors
on me on
h iL  no  WM'lhicss mb
palmed   i,|f f,n  \ o,,.
The .United   States   life-saving ■•'.service  costs  $.1.700,000   per annum.
Would  she wear bis flowersV    Would j
she smile her thanks? j
But—the girl was not at her post; the !
curtains were tightly drawn. The pain !
of the 'disappointment stung him into !
energy. He had allowed this girl to '
grow into his life and thoughts. Should
he let her slip out again'/    Never! ;
With sudden'determination Tie loft
the train at the uest station and
walked straight to the brownstone
house. The janitor recognized him.
He volunteered to show him the way.
The girl herself opened the door. IIer
cheeks were paler than usual and her
eyes heavy from weeping. She, too,
bs her startled glance, recognized him,
you to give me a prescription which j
will cure me of a most irritating trou- j
hie." The doctor bowed and waited !
for her to go on. I
"About 11 o'clock every evening," !
said the patient, "1 arn overcome by a '
feeling of sleepiness no matter where1
I am—at the opera, at a dinner party,
wherever I may be this dreadful sen- •
Ration comes over me. I have suffered J
from it now for fixa weeks, and no '.
remedy has seemed to do any good."       |
"Oh,   I can  give  you a  prescription
that will prevent it from  overcoming'
you ever again," said the doctor. ■'. ,
His   new   patient   was   raolaut,   but '
when she looked at the slip of paper
tlie doctor gave her her face clouded. :
He had written: i
"Bed from 10 at night till 7 the next
morning. Repeat dose once in twenty-
°our hours whenever symptoms occur."
1.VIio:-o   n<-   fint   fU«   Start.
'.'.'Fillein' is a .';:;o:id dentist.  1   suppose,
but he seems, tsi l-ike a tiendisli delight
in' worhing .tb.-is';- emery paper files on
a fellow's teeth every chance he gets."
"That's di'.e to his early 'training. He
began. Us c-in-er aa a saw sharpener."—
Minneapolis 'i'riiunie.
'I'H-I'I l'HW./ir: should hc.-u- in mind t.het
Dr. Thomas' KcbH-tric Oil lui.s not hini'. in
coiiiwiom with. Iho imiiurf. deteriorat in.<>
clnss of so-called tnr-dii-in.nl , oils. It i«
(imiiKiritlv niii-o nnd oflicnciinis—rf-Jiovino-
on in .jind hiinfiiPSM. sU.n'nes.s of the ioirit.fi
find   imisc-los.   nnd   soros   or   hurls'.    Iiosiden
>f■ iritr    ii n     excellent
specific    for" rhauin;:-
Rllen   Terry's   Toe.
""'lerry was .a little girl
sold she played Puck In
.-.v Nig'lil's 1 U'l'inii" and
, her appearance .through
Ihe' s:age floor on.-a trapdoor. .The trapdoor w.-is shut tou si^on. sind tail' of Ihe
child's feel was caught. She screamed
with    pain,    i'.ii.d.- .Mrs.    Charles    Kenn
■ w
hen   1
11 len
iili'mii len
yeai
"A.
Mids:
liUUI
had
to   III
ike
Cre-.v   on    Elirn.
nn!-
a:r
Pii'den is'pretty small.
! I
'i::-'il
to'   1:
.) .1 "li
:';e   c:i:e   of   it.—.Soi/iervilile
■!i:(l.
v. :<-.\i'*  s.e-n.
•■ ! h. .rie.-ir! Do you think
■ •■■'.■■, 11 •<
iati  ihe estate.   The hr.y-
ml Ih:
ii„ --li,rchange.
whisp-ered   to   her:   "He
Nellie.    Finish yoiir pari
play    Arlbiii:   in   'ICing
trapthiorMiy  this time w
Ihe child's toe Was bro!-:
ever,   pluckily   pulled' herself   together
and linished her speech.
si   brave   girl.
and yon shall
.John.' " The
is opened, but
•n.    She.  uow-
HutH, JtJid   Their   |.7i)iiil.
The capacity of rats for discovering
fresh stores of food  is asiounding and
often  leads  to those   united   migratory
movements    thai    periodically    create
al.-inn  and taro described  as   "plagues
of J'sits."   These great movements are
il ndoilbled ly  in it ia led  and  "personally,
conducted"    by   old    and   experienced
rats,   the   alduriuen   of  the  colony,  at
once  a   proof of 'highly .developed  intelligence  nt ul   unselfishness.    Hats  In
large ecu (ers of industry, if not present; in  commercial.'plague  forin. .do  a
great   deal   of  good   sis   consjimefs  of
garbage Unit would otherwise bocmno
si perilous nuisance.   It-is also a popular
delusiiiii   (hat  ii   rat'bite  is  uuusunlly
dangerous , from   this   (act   of   sewer
garb.-ige eating.   On  the contrary, rats
cut sts clean ns n new lancet.
p'4
Weak ©tomachj
Bmparred Digestion,
Disordered Liver, \
''-i
they Act nice maKlc—a few do.=cs will v.-o:Ic  i-
•wondera upon the Vital Organs; Slrcngtl-en-  ¥;
Ing: the musculnr System, restoring: the lonj-   5^'
lost Complexion,  bringing'  back  the   i.tf.1   5  "
edge  of  nppellte,   and   arousiiii'   Willi  t!s«   5A
Eto«cJ.>nd of Jtlcnltn tlio whole I'liJ"- ^
»Ic«lojiier«fyof the human frame,     i lsc«  \*z][
are  "facts"  admitted  hy tbousanslt, In •>" AA
claBseii of society, and one of the bi-st %:.'!> *r.}
antees   to the   Nervous and  Debilii*i''.l I» Vi-■
thatBEECHAR?ll'S PILLS hav»th© i:p
Largest   Salo   of   any   Patent >■
Medicines In thp World. gl
Boocbam's Tills Im'vo bnen l>A"r«
tlio publto for Jinlf n contury, <>n"
nra Uxe jnpst populnr fumlly mo'dli'tn^
No . tefttlinonlhla aro publlsliod, **
lie«cliam'»  Pills
irECOMRIEMD THEMSELVES,    fe
Proiinred   only by Thoroaa'. Bcecham, St. ^^
(.7
Helena, Eogland.
Sold cvorprhoro In Onna'lu And li. S.
Amorlca.. In lioxe*, i!3 coots.
V.
r'»
FiriKSM-   NnliH.
A man of sevemy li:is renewed his
linger nails no )>.»;• Hi-.nr I.Sd limes
Taking (he lenglh „f each mil! ,,■< h-A]'e
an inch Ihe tolni lengtl, grown on each
finger has been 7 f.-.-t <j inches.
...'... '«  :i   Tt:i!I<wi7i.
It.Is one of !lbe j u-cnliu rit |p
el li.Tiballoon I hal. you. do nol
thing.;   .\:i i,: c(i|(  ^-;|-l p.,,,,
if you are jn tip- .*-.--(!i t,r ;i,:
. Tar nrui   K<.;i (.!„.,.,
Tarring and (r.piM
i'lir c:.;si.,i») o/A;,,
(he dsy* of Piclei
Her.
■ '..'■ i '•
'Oil
':i;-|.
J>l\i»rcc/s.
'!.'(   >Aril-/.erl.-iml   gran!
Kngi:
fewer I
rn
ii'.-in'
i'i;. hi
lbii'ly-[\V(»   u„|;
5   'l'.''t  arm   i*
Inns.
■   of    loo   e.-iss
stroiigei'   11,..,'„
of (ray-
fee! nny-
iti niatiei
I.UiTiciiiie.
si
e:;
,i ���13  THr -MOY-IL LEADER.  >yji'\   15.   <:  ���'���"K-  lb  DsniDsSenJ: Wolrei  t.|';i-i';.J  ���- ." iii-en-i-. .... .... ;,-r.''  .  I   detest  thcju.a     I ���'.slipnh'l. li  janish   fii/aiAfroni.:' the    An  -���'" ���   ��� '   '"       qf. them . by'; i'i'seli'.  f ���,  ' Anincident just reported from Slvais,    b,. oCr'.t./;,"'. If',> "'"'"   ���">   n-.-li  Turkey, seems to prove that the feel-    un,  i(J,.H J.',. '! ':'1,1"-     '-'  inir wliich music awakens In wolves is    wnlei-.s<~OI  co.,.,,-" .".""'V"1''"  ���The  inir wliich music awakens In wolves is    writers  0!  ,.0JM)(.  ^  fright.     Two   musieiaus���a   drummer    Reived 'U.-'ir  n!,..|/ro!,S'      . -   ���  :m��   i.s   a  POod '  and piper���returning to their village ui " ijl Iii-s I  from a wedding party were overtaken J;"b''-S has gi  ly a snowstorm and sought refuge iu    a(i:"  LUMBERMAN TELLS  MS EXPERIENCE  How Dodd's Kidney Puis Quickly  Cured His Lame Back.  ->dS /  >>ilii,. ', , <  '���"in-l-jill-,   -  - <" T I J #.f  jo' v/C.-.Do.  '''���    >   .'.    I--   I .ii;;   :  .-  i - -��� :'. ��� .���_   '_-, . t   ;  t "it- i-><x-.ii<!iii".  Ac  'du  ill)  Oalverli-y  nl.So  On  AAa  >"i)(i  :'Ai.3,  o'desortcd mill.    They lit a 'fire wi^  .., ,. .,  pome wood  they   found, iu  the place    sb,. u-'i'i^m, *,",' !,:;u,'r  and were warming: themselves when >)'���<��� iA,'.','.'1'' "y ^u'1oW: tin  tiicy s-aw a wolf emerge from a dark  corner of the, building.    They jumped  I    up on' a shelf and,  to  their dismay,  ,.  safl- hc-veral more wolves join the first  The animals rushed in their direction,  awl,the drummer, at a loss for a mods  of defense, set (o heating his drum,  ffuL'U'iipon his companion instinctively  pluycd his pipe.    The effect Avas mar-  reluos. The music so terrified the  solves that they attempted to run  attay, and as the door, was closed, they  iH'^m JjglJtniff, and several of them  fl-ore lorn to pieces, the survivors  eu-aPJaUy escaping through a hole in  tim wall This Incident is vouched for  l,v die Government Gazette of SI vas.  ^i!:;MX":;r,,r"i,,i,'-w,uBU'i,'h  "--'1.1,,,',.  ''"'S'ffllK-^'-'Mi���:;, 0  Im,      I'      ,V  J<;tsln"'  "'" -ell  known  t]j���,AIifMo '��in-   .expert i  ?11?'!!*  r.uce ; lAAns Ao\undersA..)(,  ^:.a.ny  rate  maby; more,',wonJs,,.AA.;  '?!���    <-".;!j:'-'ord.y,    supposed:-    ������-������p��.A;'  .:.|JV n  h-tl.r.'.  nu-ans. the limit.  of i  ts.-a'khoi-,  i ��.M he ���IIISt ;,t^ ��� :r,i,"��:  It  weiv  perhaps   beside     11'  to  cite   LJie  pu.Ann" a   ,h''     ^^  of Xenuphon',  l��V t o.-i'T w ,.*-��!,,:  W",U'  The effect -was mar-    WJmni ow-r ,i���, 1;iI1,,       .  Jt  bcJi,/,..,.  | ���.  lM1  l urn  'W'c-lee Si/jii  .''';. : iiif."' ..'���'  fiili.  tiii-.',;,rAt   ri-j,.,j  a;��� latter/;?*;���. a  ''(.-��� i-s-f'tid, ������  .tliy. cf.u'a a-p:,;: pp.:  ',ls��"'l. :N>'s(-;itf,r.  riji-riipj-. r,,r  ������'ip  TH  In Iter  The   .lj;j.  little Mi ii  irn us cla -  "\\*il   .Si in-  }/   Vlttllfac-all. p.-.j,^-        '^  ;ys:;, is. of.comA. ������������i:..'i  ���yt;'J.>!r)as-;\'.awi;:;.'a;.. ���������'  A  PJcklcd  Traveler,  AliaveJor in Tarlary tells the follow-  liijy Ftn-y of a corpulent Greok servant  yyt,m>yy��:m>Bi  i..yy.^uvry:y,tf Al^-hiu,.y     *y   .':���  "���K'l'i'oiisjy;-, .\yJiy'.  lumbei ijiim stud railroad contractor  of tins place, tells ol nn cj 'erieiicc  with Uudd's Kidney Pills that is  hourid to be of int(:re.-,t to the public  generally  "For tv.-cj yenis," says Mr. P.ttskm,  "1 Wfi? laid up with Lame Back sind  Kidney Id^-esise 1 would at tiu.es  become weed, and have to h-.ive otT  work People who kti..-w nie' as ;i  liiiiiiierpiiin and ctJiitructor on the ('  V U and Pint Sound i ail ways  km \\   how  sick   J   was  Re.eh"-   of   uohdiifid     (mis      h\  lV;dd >���    KidiK",    i'dls   h d   me   lo      11 v  tj'u    them      I    iiSi-d    thir.e   bo\e->   ,wid      am  tl/     ��.oinp<liiv    cuietl      I   c.in   "-..iv   now    I  Inn    not   h.id   mr,   *).mis     one   I   usi fi  Dodd -  Kidney   J'lIK "  '     OHh-i ���!  who  h,i\e bdlovpd  Mi     P.as-  kin'*-    ad', ii"-   and   11 h r|   [hu'd''-      Kid  t,e\    I'dl-   ii-poit   snrd.-ii   lehiilli      No  ably  ���aVA  AeiAc  Tbt.  '   ��'-1*"^"'- Sum,I1s1\ 1   I,' '"'^      I   HI-    li-lloit     <,,,,.,!...  ,diora o-npanled hixri: "At the end of    pAu    ,    ,  '   '   J   "'Mn,u  ,l"li "��-  n-   10..1, ���f fvlli      'i,      '''"   "'Ml1^     N'  tteii."] day the ^U seasoned kava.ss tl:oi. ���m"i<< V,      STV '"  "'     "s"����    '���"- ����.o,l,        '   Ul^" ("" !'���"'"��� ' -  In uli. ...lance,   whose  whole  life  had thou^in   llItl,  t'���, ,, ���/;'',,l,i"s'     K it                        been i.t 1 In the saddle, came, with P-A'.s.ng  to  the ,,���., \(t  A'';,'"      ^ ,���.  Xt.~,  a Finlle. to report Uiat Gurgls was uii- the^.v  ���,.,���������,   ,,  ,,,     /'   V" \'"��   ,,���,     ,   ,"   h l,us'  ^    "'     A,*,,,,,,  Able h. Pioceed  from  abrasion, as the VVid\  ^  4-��-����  .m   tl.   <,",/,,  u,'(  ^    '                       ""   to SJH5 '����".".���,  aoetors i died it. of the epidermis.   'He H*%" ','',k'' li"1 "d-o^u,^ s,nl(I1(i|' !'"  can't la  left behind, sir, in the desert.' ^'k!'?''  "r'1   '  ��������������. ��l  u,,,,,,  jn tl   ,s V;"'   ^' v"'�� tons of Ib-iiish  ��ducd tin old beirakdnr, 'so. with your ,s    ,I<J,"u,'|I,,"i          A    l),M"'' ' ~\. Im h   ls",'"l��l"t^   "1  encnhitio,,  leave,  v'  will   give   him   the   Tartar ^    "     |  ''      ,,,M",  as    omrbody    M,       .,   FT~:   bath' A tub of the strongest brine was and  t he g,-e , t ''i'"'. ^��~' "mU'1 sl a"r!a             * S ^iUmi^ C��^S Dipiltliena,  cKord.ngiy in-epared. In which ihe un- ^h.u-c nohi-is'    <jo",?,,, '!' )!"' ''"'V a,y      r-/,         ~~   ftrtunjt-   Ourgia   was   forthwith   Im- v���.x.p,,-s of co'i ��� ,     "" ' ",ll,J,.i. 1l'-e   ,.     m'"'" , s')M     Il,,^,R   Sl.TOf.,00'.  merwJ    uttering   the   most  appalling " ��' i-i�� ��Jim s LaVlaui,   ".ii,,,,/.  "''                ��'   p,K,r,<^   K��'��Js   l.iM   -r..r  tnA- at the first plunge, but subsiding l"1,    L(}  !"'��    iJim'j   mt.-nst,    il? "\b!r"      ril> >               ~ ' "   tiertlj afterward and eventually afier ,s'l'>ds of the fo:,,.(.,                                  ff)ii('"'   'S    <Jr,l;s    ��''f' u Hjri  '"'''   to  bf n"  hour's tanning coming "out so "nit,.  j���.    \,,   Jllif     haik     t^r_   '^   "^ ii< nirler to Im- lnn.r ,,,,,1 ,up.  tfctiu i  case hardened that he rode .,       :iC<"'->1(^   tl,-    i^s.v^,   a��,     ��.''e   ' i,  )(',   ..         .IS>   '"t  r!t'<^l^'',/  1fjii'.r thousand miles to tl>5 Black .'J',,''.   ' "   lo.. u,(' l "���'��^'"i��  ti>.it     i,s          ,          '-"^'og  fci :d l'e  course  of   the  no* t  week ,., / ���,,',',  ,',.'   ..!^3I!',,"   �����/' "-Im . ' old'  r.ioi:t showing  a   symptom  of dis- L,.t nhv not  .\', Jn.!;'". ', J'"   lo;iKj    ;  '   tli'^-lai.liohh,,   Sl ,,,,,,���   ,i(S|Jil  ,        u>  i O \V  tf'  ����.VOi?(.:  ,t.heii,s6!ves:Aiii<e  ��e  iiiatches.. "     '  lo   <,e      1  Bjrktd:  A'iQilAafaC:  |'a.lifea;.;;a  RffilwJH'i  ptliClTS/  ���p.' "J'ot. ��� dogs, as a rule, have ���a: much  hirgi-r 'vocsi'bula'ry (; than',: any v;,.At;her  kihd.,".',- a.'ssiy.s ,tp'e export,; ,;: AlVahieil  dtigs, th'e'.kiiid -we 'firid ;wiili' oirctA'*  ;and on dhc^stage, :;'pj:p.l;iab;ly...o;ome../;ec"  '���p'nil:,...:and;-.tlieaoUw-rs.'"arc'-, r'iiii.ged.a 'sve-  cordingd'o'theAyes tht-yaloadA'p '".;  ��� ".'"il'Iie!; .flog: ie'iu.-iis' words,.Aiucn nioi e  'fsipidjy'",,('han"-,;we suppose in ;tbe A'wl:  place.., ahis'.'il^i'hnuj, ispaaarenAi'  ���tclose, obser'cer.; 1 tearing' :a ,so:t.pV  puatedly,'ait,^ soon.Jearns ,to  .It. Avp^Jr a'.-e'ertairi object'."'.'-.'ai'a'ke '���''.< hi-  '"\yolb't'rained;A.>i;ind1 ��� for instanced���������:"ITe  soon,, I'fidyhii What. is ,;incan.f ���'- by:, i^'Pa  siioota hiui.t':, dceiv A)X.. Abase' midAa)  .pn.p':'Kkl.iprieii'ceti 'huht.ers:Aan/.i'iiraisA  inany evi.iibicApcr'tlieaiuHiersJahding  ofp(10gs'pv,h^i"it comes ,l,aaf.he, a,wordia  lindajjhi'aAsdnos!..,freq-tnaiitiy .used" ������ in;  Cou'fiectJOti'wifJ] ;tJA!sj)A;ta'-a A'- A '-'.,;.":,  pa" Vi'ii do ;'if: cai'A'Ol ;. 'ba;-;. / c]sijni,fvi  h'tiiiting"'d'ogs'. tlAl'1 heyahii  '���e.vtfriisive:.*':��� ���A'oCSibii'laryaa thi-y J:  ' Stand:.. aOpbugh;;"AA,J(AaA; f'��'��� "tioui  thoir w'drfc'' mtdlA'em'Jy aridpsA ,tisnos  ,.w|.th .pre'eisiph 'tiisitpi.A Ji-ttle. hjiss."than  'marvelous;."'-I"'eta clogs���-pqodles.';a fox  !'terri;;rs. siiVd; ahimalsv. oi,:;,thisa -kind--.  ,'1:.,'.'..''An'.v,ilj_i��.sti,a't.io)i,p,of....',''1;liisn^  in-ap- fox ter!;ier'aabelonging:.^()a .the,  Aaiujgoraoi'.px ';>vellaknowjiatlK'fttre-;.;si.:  ..toi;)^io;;.';.o'f.',,rp;j.a'l,'.'^h ���'having' cdmc,  fro'in0;..tiife.;''r6j'iil-.'::Konhel.^  ���>a';':'JiF(:^y,I.wQi;ris';."in',;,<��� 01^^  t'lJC''-,;.'fhohse  :'���arpi'-",l)'oyo"iid-:t.h'oa   uncle'r-.,'  stiindiag.; of. this  iiitAH^art a ahirnai^  At 'iviiows Ahe 'iianiiiaAfat.Ary. aoiMAdC:  ,0/:; .fiirnitu're Amd ''aclothAg- A' Ala A h>a-j  ;'ho.usea'a,;a; ap:.pV;fe;., '���'T,A'a^:"A^i;A'p.;' 1!  ;' v,''!A.;';tcAr::waAmadt:;;fA;atheapiir|f;.u;,.  :ora,det��rriumri^  ;foi-rioi'Aaimdct-stAAiiig: ofa; -w-ordsv   'J  wtui t';:;yqua,to avail;  on- vo.;up h.ir).dv: jV'et.  AN  ILLUSTRATION  of what the best flour will do for  you.  OGILVIE'S HUNGARIAN  FLOUR  will maie light, white, delicious  bread. In absorbing moro water  in its mixing it will produce a  greater number of loaves per barrel than any othor flour. It is  the most economical flour for1  these and other reasons, than any  of the common brands.  All best grocers keep it.  THE 0C"-WE FLOUR MILLS CO.; LTD.  ;f(.I'  Ap very  AndA:-  .(pa'tiic  ':o'n>;thi'  PAA   roAr  p  bpua-Iinidpoafh  |':-t:errierawtA Ar ;  "���k-i'ii         .life  php ,B.  ���a';'";ni1>!'r:tAAthe  aii.vUii.i'ifr  T!ie I 1(111 (piarter of Today  It ��� 1.11 'I 'IU  t' 1 1      '1  U\~ I '   >  .Not but th.it sfudfut  < I angmg   its  outw.iru  is     the     UtmersHy   j  e.u  iu a  AA'^aA'A'fhAith; the  aiictaJjefoi-e..', "'.^rr.'A'R..'  AipiKa;theppl,an ���the  a:Iai1:fA..I;)l^li��gaataJl.is'  "The honorable genUemen  opposite may scarc��ly' credit  this, but it is my firm belief  that 'if a few boxes of theae  most excellent cigars had been "  judiciously distributed among  the Boer Generals their savage natures would have been  soothed  hid "that  cruel  war  might    never      have,   taken  place.".  1  Chamberlain  Ths   acknowledged ' Leader.  J.'RS. Fourilnr, Limited, ftionlr-oni.  ���itog>;.^as;:i)i  ^s  a..rat her YiArl  e>  eaCom-A  Co.; <>f (iff ,1, sp 0 j  Hinard's Lioimenf Cures Colds, eta.  f^ '        >}���    'iU     �����'������'��������.' '      "Iui  it costs to  mi,-as,, the speed'     lh^l^uuii....lT  of suud.st  V    . ,,   .,    .     ,' r,         ,        i ��,1 * --'"P kv one |.ljin  )l>ls |cll(.i% b.u.   ","  '" th��Se ,lt,,tt^'"  M and p. \L...  V" iot  A1"'���'�������� I'.��"s las ! rfd.'unme,!     u-u,    K.lMt   ucci,;^    ,      ��f affe  tl -"���*���- '' ^:>   0��    ��� '.��'(M   11 ;,-;b    Mhi    -tea a   1/iaJs     o;    tiK.   Bilteh     ., _ J   .������"���- ��� tie,re,.W;  InAW ...to- 'tvO;���,: uasa'id. how :  Mo Veo :���'!;  ::w!m:trAo':Ao  111  : 'lerric  nt  undersfooil T  ' ������'������''gl'OW'll  ������������fcms.dt  i:tr,my  y^fm  r :f!il;.1i!C.y:-.  Sa'EaAi.ap:  A<AAa^  ;ptvli!ri;;;vi:a'  :,;vCA''i'.-,aa:  ,,acss��l  i swlra  ;'Aor  '���Liriijrli'.  A;i:d :  ..'Titj:-  of   the   B:ite]>  ''nn  of    : ..mm  ii ;,-;b  �����i"��nl  a   lit,J. ! .,.,d j J.'Oicl   ir���]s,..      (.,,",!   of "go!,',! ' Ho,'!,1." , ''lL" J  oil     f  ��'�����'   ... ���   \.  1   �����"    ��� ng     b ....   ,.. :<��'^'   J,'o  ���\<-.v   Y.wlv  Times.     <h,   /,. ,' '    ,., .���, ' '." ':,, "' "'               '       '  h I   th-    -j    ���   ���;,   .,... I in" I'wxv.-r m���l   this ^es.s^d   of M !�����()    -en:.,'.   ���:, t,!.,     of   "^V" i;"' ,n;ll1,'��>;-  u'.s      W !.,.,, p ; �� I lo,ls   disp'amneut,   ututue-d   a  im an    S,,7��i r C?. ��� ,,0��'��r ��>u-iuesV ,��� t���i Ci'(',  er-.i    !!        -,-���   , l'   l   ,!   of   -.'��'"'   -'Hits   an   hour        lt%     ;,ItJ   ?C��\*,.?TS    aiV.   Ktate  ���"<>-"-   I  ; '���������-.'��� ..I hhK Se,.d-M.i).-, kio-s-t.. Nn cA.j,od "-v i,,e u^M��Nwr?. p'.-'��   -I'd'     2 10.-,     } not-,-11. ede.l    rough!'.,   '     S v'"' '   '��   t'Aoie   .ncAV.-ul   su'.A'm'm '')  A.....1..H  CoiiiIh. I -',' ",,(>   ad>"'i. n.-l   1 o-se   pouei,       of    \ ' 1.'' '.\'Jr!l'   U>'s   ''Ul   '''IV   "''   ',n ����� ��.t .-  M.-olcn    -oods-   ^   '^''���'!>   the   bet   |.������i   aiuno    abso. bed  '* ' ���"    '    " ^n othei   wm us.  .v'vj.'h'rtre Ad., go,  ��� wiipm'-.'.-' ,A>ui  ';iic;A-ct]y.\.A'; _, ,,  > aK��y:,.; hpAaisaii.adpgalia.ying'-'an-, ex-  ���f.rnA-i.iinary'".'A'oc,;^bul:u'j*, :unrieiKt^nd-  .iiifj-.'" ti6 Aoubtp'a no; fewer.. , tha'iia.250  .'w'6::d.A-Al-liisV^  xho^petadoir -has 'a'.'-.y.-Hkjtp'iAdcA.fsuid-  ���itfe-.'of words ;th;an:.;do'gsabeloiiging to  >i  any ;Athi-r;,class  and  i>,.Me is a  ^ona.for-,i t.auf courae;VT������.  to 'cbiistan't.ly. and iraturalK  ���icy are; talked: '  . ���������..    ,-....���      .,-., ---���,- -��i;ally dealAato-"  ��� '^TVT C;"'^d n- PO'iAdsrAiUi Artain' :;  ^HJ0ats'~L(ind^n,;Express^ ��� yi-'yy yi  .".-if,  i(u:mi.\   01   ti,  -.< v. !.:��� h is ���>,,.  ^;*i^l"K:prse.: power..  HpinrreaSe,. the : siA-d   of this  criiisei'  uUu:;   -a\.    ii   t;t  id   l..w   e..,. ,|f     1 i,r  (   '1' !,!>! "JUH  '.U   .,c  ,   ,J,.o.tlv   01.   the   bl     ,,  1-.j"   ' ��     - 1   'il Vip-j.'j^r.'.     " h  Hi'! �����   T ,u..ih    l'-IK   ���r(.  'th(?   ,,e^t  V  ������' Sv5l.jp-  aA.pp  '5 ly..,.:  ..AA;';  'C.iil,:-!.  'Mr<: 'y  Ol yw,  iw'Hw-  '���'���HA-  '���A.. ������    ..   . ���  at'r (-.i.-jiV-  -.caArP  tOil:  .I'i'i  1 f ".-ti j"J i0 2X ) i���,t^ consum. d a-  [ ! 1 ' b p..w r ,-s w..b n.-emd to p,���  il'l ��� Mi I i'i ki._<_.!s or, to put it iti  -1 il . noil), r. v.a\, the pov.er leouii-  M'dio .lo.tl her ���t ad! vjilWJ \\otdd  j l.ii'O jMoetliid two ^(.ttF^.ls o1 (j,.,  I 'aire     be   :.��   ,111   a\cn>go   spied   of   II)  I    '  '     '''       ���!"        !,.'>U1 At      full    'ir]K-Od   1-el  ^sl   ,.,. .,il-    si., '"' ''     'ousii,upturn   M-.tS   -aIIj   toius   p(t      ...        .,    ,~        ~ ~���  , ���,���.,    !!,-<)���(',   '" r  'u 1 1 kno-s lt wus about   u   uinara s LifiinieQl Cnres Imbtnpet.  ,      .inead,   ���,   ,.    f   "'     l>     ,"1' '        ! ' ^   means   thnt   nt  1      11. .   ��� j   1'  \ '   d  -h,    uoidd   nunc    S'ikiio-s  .   ^'^^vpity   itpjs athat  our-nei-h-  '>Ors_don'rkm>w.as   wed   ns: vce  'dv  what.pa good, lot- them.a  pud ���'���.>(.Ii.ir a'h.p'  .1, for ..-.���ich.vt on 6f coal' burned .under .1  ���������ctUe .'(.1 dcklv'"���'���������uYe ''���'"      '������������".n.v. <.n; v'i < <>:<p uumed-..iiI'uier her  ������   iH^rs'^xtiieMi-b iln'li(''S'  ^^  aL   U>   ^'otsijA    dis^i  .'     "A'"ve-v   nioi';,- i '''"V��  w,Ml!(!'i-e-d.oiibled,fdr  the snihe  ,..,a!( ��� '.:  '.'.';..:   '  ������..������'   |.;A':i''l,..(.'oiJSuiiii)t-:i'dti: ,: ,".'i:-|5i��' illustrnbs  p. ;:'��� I'.'1,,���;���].. >:li?ri   -,V>: '-Ai-a, hk- ,,nA pain forAu^r  ii-'..-;"     v,i ..Hi bjes,   ;: nd  '    '"      >        ������ ���   " "-'"'��� ���      '  ..���_'.(������  ;..'. ^la'tiy   a.-inair has;  "rnine.r' his' e'e-  ���$H   si.ttinga.iJI,.a.   bai-r'6���;���':'���   Iookbi<-  for work; '.-".���' a ''���  a " ��� '   '"'  . . ;:ie    !��� iVo Wli-' .t'o' pi.edl  - pel. .so..,, surely,'-- so  ���'.���;.:ii'ei\-.. as  l.ta'hy.A Pw.i.)  i-f 1 he '.Pal de us should  a.; homo where -'tliere  and. by- gavintf .i^ri. oc-  " hul ...weat her . ail-  prcVeiiiedp-. and   yVVui-  ���''-'"������''���'      '      welT 'ana  sr (.(��� ds ai'o.M. aApldyinc; : fi:ear,,ip>s  ! hiis . cata,h!is!:r-fl Ar, .s>.e:.meT.s of the  At lain ie ?mvrehiHU: llci-i. 'ji;:' wid .be'  readily uiidei-s! oo.l wby A,e 'fgrav.-  hncn.-'s'.' cava niore applause ;t.haii  fti s iocnds. > '       '.' ���.'" a ���      : a ��� a  |Ahf..s;,of--gnvt.ftihle--are.-iis'tia'lIv'coin-  promi.sed,for abovd, ten. ce.its o��� the  dollar;  a':        : '.     ���. 'a .. :     ':  " ��� v  .  ���' . G .''...      . 0<:.p:t: J'-.ji.-,.!.  Ono .I;7n'glis'h  shifiliuilder. is   fnrthcr-  I     v..,k     cuicl     oi     a    seu-ie  I'.v   MIN VIM) S   hlMUIpNT  ()\i<,id    P S i;    F    HIIU^ON  (.'old  Y. Ai A.  C.  I   wits''.'cured'"' of   P.laek . -Ervsi|.ie!.-is  by MlSA\llYHi]JSlMEKT.y    ' "   ,  i     lni;h'S,V:illev' ,1.'\\a, IU;C(; LKK.,  .A r  -VLw,  Jy ii,  & u  \ -  !A -ia'a  ���l!"'(i (������,  P  'ill;  !l,.'h--t(,n   .,1 J,'.,]'   i(1  ���d.lllill.'.;-.     S'i,;-;vv.'  ,   '-"'.v-'ilii'i.'   \y:is  ''���    i'i'odi'ii'k,  .sec;'.,..  ' ;s   '"'I-   eldest     son  ;'.',h!er 'of       )},,,   Cu-Ht  on  in  .-,. j....!.:!-,-     ,.   Ana .'(aiired 'A p.   terrible'.' sprain  j.in.g. ' a .  pi'o.hct.     wldph     it      carried , hy"M I \,V b'D'S   LtXIM KNT.    ..   y.   .  A .of p'much :v; ���;     'A'A;.   '     a '''Kl'^D., COULSOA  saving.dl   I.ii'i,;-; v.r.d   propei-tv   in     mil!-.- f "'-yii'i-'mbuth, ..V.S.  !'to:iui.... lie'calls'.it,   the   I;iierii;>tioiial |  Plue-tAoss 'Ocean   Life  ami'    Salvage '  Service.   ,   ft,    is ��� ami-suit   to. 'take   tlie  [de.ee   of   tie-,- I.vet!   ('i.os.-; .j:i   the  army.  I p, will ' c.o.nsi.si   01 p.   lU-e't.    of-    ten  lifel.ioals     ntid    .one store,    heat      to  pst'ttol .the   north'   A ( hini ic   ah.u g   t he  .iine: 11/. Ii'i'ivcjuf, tbe great oivan  "si "a ifiei'S: T'iie aim i.s that. <U' f.si'\ iiig.  '. vi-tisels  and  crcvv.s .'in  (li.--tress.      They  will     lime   a  regubtr  st'bedule     ti:i.,e,  w.liieh' uail   lie seta   to  nil captains of  yessi'ls'.   so' l hut   in   cusp   of; wreck   or  fir...   or  disablement   ihcAiflicer  kntiW   nt   'What.  V-NaCt  (late   an.  a   Rbie.   (.'ros-s- l-na'    ma.\  and   much  may be di.iu..  life   siia!, innii.;-} -  '��� The  sa !\ re,,     is   to gc  speci ive (.'owi'iiua-ats which fitted tin-  ,       ......      ,..,...   |   ,..v;.     a   .   1-^-J-pV-       v.ii.icil  ai;"i:n.til V.he. trouble j Jhi'ouc;h yyU  be t.iie mean  iy Iu."-' ion    -late.   Ac?-,  'a" ��� ailments   can   be '  "-pine    the.:. stomach  .-<! .... Ir.v     !���;eeiu'iig,   the  ' Viph'!.', '  -.'.''Sirs. ,a''.A'x  ees- e.i-,u.;;S,prosl.less j  a i e'ii'. c J1 fi" l!ui,li\'s j  I .':hey."b,.),.ed herai-'j  . 'hi'nk I lieTabb'ts a >  ���" :->.!' .('lii'li'lr.eii..'"  a,i--ira;U eed   to   ('lire  "���'��� Hl.s   of-  I it th-   ones;  ��� ,'lali.i  or   poisAioiiy  a- a t\ en   sa fel.v   I o   a  ��� ,'Jw.l'i   . |'i\-    medicine-,  i  a!   A.">   cents a, l>o\.  '  l'!-.VVi!!iaii.s  'Me.ili1-  He' -(.int.;  ���;"'    -THE TI'MtZS-S^ilRESPDND.ENT.;  ������a ^" '���'���'"  ���....'*���'���������-;,       '.  tValter l;.':I7iti;'ri>.-A''. t;e M'us.I'WVTcal i r:Cup-  ���-', tilled; !>_.-;.y.'fii-orro ztoiiijcis.   >p'  p iiri Walter AA Ha'rnsr.;A'hep Times  corrdsyotjcleiit  in . Morocco. ; \v-Jib,,. has  been p "niade:: -'prisoner.;-'   by  a ��������� rob her  tribe1'.'(here,  is.a J-'ellow pf' th.ep'l'Joyril  ,G,epjgrapiHCal ^Society and , was'   educated., iii' j.jsirrow and.; Cambridge 'l.'iii-  versfiy.'- Five years  ago' Ilea was ;-,ar:  ried' f.o-:pl:pid3v.Ahiiy Aa\'ill'e,   the. boati-  t.ilu'l   diiisjilitc'r .of the    ivarp of    ."de'.v-'  borciugh. die is onerof, tlie-niest  \'e.,i-  .turesonie    travelers,,    and'   has    'won''  . fame   itr recruit years , by   his"..exploits'  siiiiong' the- J\Ioham.mc-dans;' One' of his  latest; adventures,   before  his" present ���  ��� exploration  of  the  country1 surround-'1  ��� ing Aeenat,   was"-the-'journey   rri. \;e-j  man,   hi    the. soUtiiv,-es;tern'. r"part     ivf f  Arabia,-'   where -be   tiAvel.ed 'clisg;uised j  As ax aS'fussi.ilman during the- rebellion '  Against -.frio Turks':pile   started ' from - .  Alien!'   accoiiipanied   only.by   one ser-  Vitnt .and  a gmide; ' - When  he rea;.!)cu' j  the 'frontier;';he '-succeeded; .:by    nieaus..|  of: liis (lisguise. iii.ob'taining a jiernvit. j  .to pass in to '������'Turkish'' territory,   ''.lie. | .-  wasv,coipiwileii; to   do   n'ipst"   of     his';  traveling- d.y. liAht'.   Jluring'the   . day j ' .  t'he' 'lit*le '.'���':��� party; hid   in ! the  jungleaj'  The. explorer w;i,s     ntneteeri -days ;-in1'; ���������  reaching. Si.Uut,   the     capital     01', 'the j  'ctu'i'ntry..-"On''his arrival there his dis-.-!  'se   %yas, penetrivted. by 'the. Tur.kh-h,'. =  !0"T;:  ** ���� USE EDDV'S  I^FEe^IOIIS i    THE BEST SUBL08NQ PAPER MAfiK.  It Is Torj- much jtronjer and thicker tban nny other (tarnsd or bplldlnsi  paper. It la (in_vervlou�� to Wind, keep* out oold, keep* In hoat, oarr}���� Do (Sioli  3r odor, absorbs no moisture, impej-tt so tfigto or flaror. to' unythins with  which It comes In contact. It 1b largely neod not only for sheeting- boUKi, kv$  tor tin in s; oold storag-e bal'ding-R, refriperctors, dnlrltm, ore��merleif **f& All  pittOo* where the objoot bt to keep an piren and nnliorm temporatarii, Aa4 as  .ha same time Broldlae; (Umpnau,  Write our Agents, TEES & PKR33K, Winnipeg, for ismplea.  ���   THffi  E.  B.  EDDY OO..  ^.Ii  ��<��. -��>flCf blib.  ^  -t Te  Rick's Blood Purifier  r��-    riftyC9a**i��9rptiokaga.  E.EBMINO  mils* a r��   iu-    .     .  ,, p ... .- -��� ' ----^ ���;'     W.V.     Hi,',-      ll|.-���-.lii  .apt hor.tiesp wboiiu-ew  him  into Ari- ' - "r��� ���  son. Thi-y. comi)elled..him to Ave. ���'��� ib.-'l ��. Thv"(\ ':��'A ..how. a.  number -of bonrd-  twp. weeks  inan. . undergrrotind'   ceilA'"      'w��sos.   ,ui". SwAzerland '"wh-e're  After  a .week   h0  fell   ill   with; ,. fever. ! '��������;"'<*   ^d   lodn'in^'ean- l.n-   had       '  and  wbilethe   lever was  raoing" ' ,i,e i ��nl-v slx,-.v Aits ai dav ���.--��� ' '  Turks .sent, bint   through   the    Vnioun-I   ���' ' ��� ���''��� ;  "  "    - -A '���"  tains  westward.  ofanQdeida.   o��.. ..thcl ' .^a.sh  Aea.y plishes. ,',p���i;,: or ,,������������  with   1^,^  Iiry,s���ap.;a   powder  A-  wdi.    -eiaov,.     (|U. grease  Avit. 1  lie : e\  1     sa'v  ;     .will  poiip  ..���.-(,.;.!.  L-   both  \\ i.--.' _ ti'irl's .see .-hal .tlieii"-. powder is  ilry before they K<Ai;iinnin.;' for hns-  barid.s.    ��� .���,���'������.       ..- -- .  Ked   ir-  soldiei  ���litlle ,..���,  occupied   five. days.   Then   he  was s.-nt .  over   the 'border,, ��� with   the- /warnin-,;  that    if   he     l'etiirnei.l      he   wonii  ��:v coast,   undeia, an., escort  -s;       '.rlie   .ienrney,   co'.'eriny  ...ss   than   two   hundred-    mil  e:  n  !eiao\-e  ^resiicn  ,>nse  the  Length'of the rays does not 'affect.  the chemic'al ;acti\;ily of 1 ig"ht', tvl-;  thpughait determines   their color.  ..Mr.   'i'lioaias il!all-.:rd.   Syracuse,,- X.   V;.  .u-i'it'es: ���':! ��� l!;,.ye   lieen  ii 'flicted - for  nearly '  .1 . v'oa'r  -.vi;.li   thai,  niosl-to-tio dreadi'd di.-s-  <.'ii'.-vi'    I s.v.-a't'.i:-,.-;! p aial    a (���  .tiinoy worn .out,  -.viir.   pain   ami   wunt   of. sleoa.   aiul, afti'r.  sr-.vitar' ii'iinpst .    c-.c-rviliin^'   recomnH.ni'eU,  I   1.fi'."!   ore  box   of   I'aniiolee's .YeAi'ahli'  inc-d    -on'e  . be^: ; of     Pa i-ni.oiee's  Pills  to     tiie  1 e  .Mi;.   Tho1'ins ��� Ha I hi rd.   Sv.rai.-u- a. \ . , V.  wri'i-a'     "!   iiii'vi'   btvii  11 IfliT'tcd   for   arurly  n   vi-iii   \\ ii i,' t lia t,   tm>st-to-be dreaded  di^-  i'iim'.   |i.\ s'j.i.p.sui.   and   ul.   Iiai''.s 'wnrii ���'out  nilli   pi, in    and  .wunt    ui   .siei'e.   nnd    in'ie'i-  I .-yii'i;-   al'iiiost'   .i'\ ervthiinr   I't'coiuiUt'iu!..d.  i    trie.)���urie  lm.\   of   Puntieiee's   '\'e_u'iiil:l|.  I'     tii.i!     one     hex     of     Pa riaelee's  Pills.  I    air.   hou'   neaiiv   well,   and   beia-. e. t hev  wjll   eiire      ine,     I   would   not.   lie   without J  tlioin   for  ;i tiv  inone.v " , I  hiiiig-     by., the    thumbs,   ihc.  penalty   for trespassers.  exti'i-nu  '  '   ,. "���   ���    '���    "    , ���-  I r "ine-d     <-a     ArA ���'    7 ,niVee^ A'c-et.ible.  n- ;_ . Viit   consider  everything   imnossi-! ' A'"   m.^MwaV v Vj'/��� n  d'bpf^'8 V^  be - dde MUP   -v oil   mv   mi.,11      .:' -.a'-1    ! wi      eare      1.,,.     V  .        , -  '���       I'etieve   -t lev  ne j    , ������- -_^dej^  lH'ri'.M-ii1.j.u1..��.t;.w-'n^.L'm^1jy.;.".'��   ����t'. be. wi.tho-A  lleef   out   in   propo'rt idti   lo   llieir-ship-  l'-|.<|.  Arc -N< t  IriiUi   Ituil  Others besides Irishmen blunder j lhv ^>'-u-iii,  whei.i unexpected .demands puie, made  upon them. A well .known, in.iblic  man was. hiteli, assured by- tlie ehnir-  niait ... thsit the assembly'��� . ..weleoni'-d  Him. "with no iiuleiyned , pleasure,"  at   wlu'eh   (he-' visitor .was, so  Apires .recently published' in   Chti.  Pale.   Nickh'   ciuUlren -.vb.us.Iti   ns-e  .Mother  I Craves'   Worm   l-lxtei iaiaal or.     We.rms   are ,..,���,.       w.|,,-m-      t h , 1       1'���, .      -,i��w-iii>if    Mr'  I (.ne   of   tlie.   principai'  eatises      of -.sulVernar' Lla,ia      'S"( U       tl.''a ,    NlL       aillOU.lt   ol  lia, clii'dreii, aad   should; be   exiielk-d   from inone.*.'.. sent      home,    from   the   PinTcd  j.thc .vv'stein. .Stales   by   inimi^ratits. 'from ''A"orw.ny '  ���_      _ h\st,   vear   was   S;{.7,s6.0i'Kb  aiuon.y. bo.\:,s t.hai:  pine; tonnaivc  lie expK'l ii. t;he vaiioiis  nations  that   hsiVe  jufn'-ii t'l'si./lic on 1 he  '-'���-'-       app! oprin (,.'  sains ,iie<-e.-:-  i-|.. (iti'i-lit t in;; 01' I he  '.'lib.,   .���.,-,. je(-1 'seemis  "���''���'a    one   of -   | he  :i   'Aiimerc/e  (>xl end  :!   di-'M.-iiK-e    of sjv  hi^rh   seas  lo  sar.v   to  the com]  boats 'ami ere .vs.     'bin-, jai. ,1  to  have ���ine't   with' appi-ov.il     in ��� liir.li  places,   and ere  loni.','  ,\\e' tasiy    expect  the   libie as  well  as   the   ICed  (.'loss to  the   re:.cue  of   human   lives,  in  (lunger.  rassed     as     pv :Say, . -j^-fm    ahvavs  Ulan   to.be   her,.-J-or , a'nv where   else'"  j It  Wius an Kh^lish Mayor who  onler-   ���        pd pm   interrupter    to  sit     d-.wn  and  I'olloire professors and. the. boo-  bbu-hspliof h strive' (o polish the tin  derslandiniA ' , .  u'-re   is a   sa.\ in  l.'t '-is   bad   luck   io carry   fresh  e...-s  i���  ���i   co.at   t.ocke.   arid   fur-et   thcnT':'."'T|',<.  .     ;1"^   is,   worse  if     t|u.  ,,,,s  ,u-t,     n(H  emhar- ,(l'"!c iresh,      The   worse the 'eg^s the  The'star'Canopns surfiasses the sun ���  in bf'.'-'ntness by more than ten thpn- ���  sand   fitnes.  worse   the  luck  j. Of the 2.89-.P Conft-re^Ufionnl ministers in Kn.e'land and ���W.svles, ��� .2,.")7;5'  are   teetotallers.  hand   of .,!  fore   t! e-.-' :  A   shr.iiiip   canning'. fact.cuy   \vill   '���  built    on   ��� Moating   .barges pit   . Oc-'anj  S]u'ings.   ~N iss.  ��',���( 1  An'   accident  cials  ...,���f^3  L0" "EPT. W.. TORONTO  ai   Kuriii   IteM.  has''   reveal.al   t-c  of   the    ih'ii i-h   at:', .V   that   coal  which     lists    been   iniui'-ivi-d   in   waiei  j has   higher  ev apei'a'. i\e  ipia'  loutvc'"      eiidiirsinre      I hii'M  fid in   t he  pit 's   mouf h.       f-  liu'v o   t hat eXj ei inviils in iw  Will   produce  it   roinphdi.   iv,  ( oalin.U' stnl ions.      If   ! he coal  can   1  .opt   eie'er   wale,"' ii   wi!  and   lie  ( heaper   I o  As   I he  coal  bin 11  ships    alone    costs  year,   t he   i I, in   of  eeo  mnii-s   and   merrhsuil    liisii'ines   of   the  Wori(i    i'i"   d-i'i     e.>..,l   reaiiv   does   burn  ot!  1'. ies   ;iia!  coal   li'osh  ���a '. ���!'! S , bi'r  i.'Oltl.g    Oil  1 du i uei ia  h"    I'O.'l  . ..lunger  is'iI'd nnd si.ee  ���by lii'ii i.--h war-  : I i'i.r.|. 1.1 mm 1 a  >iio:iiy i 11 sib 1 he  and merchsinl liisii'ine  i'i"   W'et.     coal    reaii.v   dees  the   pendiiiiv   proposition    "he      post-  poned^ to   the   fi,j,ln���or  son,,-     ollu-i  j time.       The   appointment   bv' a     nil  j land  authority of a lade as    ;;���.,;!;-,  I. oillcer     broiig-ht   a ,, pnit.est   "ag-a.inst  women       becciiiia-      niedicsil     inm "  winch   reminds   one   of   th-   convenni"-  '"   si. meeting-  ef   "women'   qf     every  or     condi-  j class,   regardless     of  ses;  I  t imi."���London 'I'atler.  flu.  (on verse.  A   school   board   inspector   asked    n  small   iniiu'l   of  what   the   surface    of  the earth consists and .was  promptly  arswcied,      "Land   nnd   water.������'       11\.  ���   -i 3       l���i'r-,t\-     answered, ."Land and   waier "       I '',.  Shirt   waists   and   diimy ; Vil,,,.(1 thfl qilcstion ^^;\ha.. <',;;;  linen are  made  dolightfuii:. ��� tl,1^ '-.'-i-^ed o��� ,i,e boys  clean and, fresh, with Sun-  better   will  be consul  ���liiiili  it Soap.  6U  nnial,   and   asi.ed;  "U'hat., then, do land and water  make."  To which came the immediate 're-  (ii.onso.  "Mud."���London Answers.  Cbelera and all saiaiaer cna,plaints aro  so . Click ��� in their action that, the cold  en 1 h is upon the- 'victims ' lk--  .1 re r. ware tli.i t (lanr.er is near.  It attacked do not- delay in ttetaia,;-1 the  nropi.'r- i.-iedieiiie. Try a 'dose 01 !'���!'. .1.  ]>. Kelloee's I.H-soalerv Cordial. aniJ you  will tret iiaaic-dfate relief. It acis . with  ���.-.���o.-.derl'e.! ra|)idity i\ml never fails, to ef-  :'..>.':   a   ( ore.  11  who  will   i.lly ,,' coat  off   a  li.-ind^ deaier   because   he   feels  !!!';,;'   :l   pockefbook   .n   uin  . 'he coat   deserves  his  fate  .--.^.-e^discovery  that,     there's  MVa]Srf,,'"-'.'-:ilrP   ;A;1   "Tfcifirf. Tor  x...    i ' '    '    !".s   ,li1(l       warts We  ,;!,,!'':;:'!,cr ;!f "���oode1,-icgs:cd   mcn  -A-.nug'ed   a   walking-   match '��� a.  Market   advices     slate   that   cheese  '������is   ss .tendency |l.o   _.,,   |liirh.  ^-  U     No.'4 3a  ^^.^^S^Efi^fg^JHgggSB^aRS^gJwr- - Twgnrii~n��nrr_____  1  ^^T?y^fiI,hiriirri'.i,NfiMirii -<~n'-i  rA"r^WiJ'ira'i*(^'^-*!;''*,c,">��^^ ���  :>=-&-.=  rrtT'T7"-        e  TJ * "!*}"'Tp -",   l" *'-: Lu..M'4.   '   ���*-:' V."''V -ri A .n ('  li-         'f&liUiH.jl           '"I   ai!:ai.(.-.i!-(.!::e.-',e,!..;i.'iCilWi(    Ti-ol,   i*J-.s.li        I                   <)rr>  r!iC   W(., ..,������.,,,   ;..;-^i!i.  ^--,--..  ���=--.---.       -      -..-:-..    ::|     .About oiiihh .-?n months :i[;o ^Ir!   W.  ^.ibiisked iii the mt'cio t uf. the people ] >.._ M:-.nn-m^ (1f Aln.tny, I\.   A.   wk ely  of M.ij ie itTii* IA.:-t Kootenay. j known iu ir i Jo circles r..d tlie repiescn-  '..-.---,;.'  ---.--'-..-7       -a-    ----- j tsAhv; 01   tho   Alb.'.ny   Chemical   Co.,  vva> snuoiing fr(pm a protra.A-.d   attack  of diarrhoea.    "I   Hied   Ohnmburhiin'.-  \_.olic, Cholera ami Ukinoea fAmcdy,''  .i|j.c-j! he says,"ftnvl obtained  immediate   jo-  . _-_    _- .-     -.    j lit;*".    I    cheerfully    locommend    thh:  "iT'UE.DA't   A UCil"JiS'r lu,!"03.      J medicinu lo thojc   .-nnilarly   aiUietc.!.'..  I .-Aid hy ull i.)np'i_]st:c  ,-Cr-^^jz\j��ita^M^M*sti&*iZxBMCt?��im n.'-fjf^an^,-^.:^.. ^  ". ,r. SAiirirz i.-. co  I'liblisiters,  FOBS ALE Moyie Labor Union; g  mr^v ���***'jtv ^ ^n..^k-*i^K'\ jw��i-vfc..ACi.:����-f<fr-.- ~-*-^- rv^-Mr J^SU-e i V'  Residential .lots   on   Campbell  fc.trecl.  .Residential    lots   o:i   Tavistock  street.  isatbs or a1.  . Mr ric:s.  "i \d Tt'f..-  ^Ti^Tl'^TrftT'W-J ���*j?;t~w ���v.-v* "���'���w  ���srtr��-s��aiT��TOTi��on-a  I  ,Tbe inl^rcA   laks.n   in   piAAitrhb- j,  bcenia to be on the want  k. c*r^��jtratouc'^iDt-'  ===-���===== :  N fog | ft ^ g E M If I B  lAuimore  Times;     Joe   Chsmtbe, |    ft |$g | g |  1 I   f   %  ,.������ and Chamherlain, patent   modi- | J ' fef || g  I f|   g     \  oi���e8nr,��ov,S��.-uSPP��K   Ar  smprom-j    | |f||J' H J ����   |    O  ���.�� ' ->.: i  ;.<cy  up their share of epaoe.  ���"���ASJCroGaUEancsr  ���A-,  11  South    Eat!    Kootunaj's    greateeti  ���-need now i$ a.  KiuoUer,   which   t-houlJ ^  oe located on   the main   line  of  rail-1  way.    Either Moyie. YVardncr or Elko  would fttrnir.il an excellent tile.  Thtro iv'a little mutlor to vihich  lhi$ newspaper l'<^* to call the attention of ^'0tv.3o[. itij, sAibftcribe^'.  V'A really hate lo *p,-,ik of it, but  '���fumu 'havo Suemin^.h allowed ii to  Jplip their miAd?. To u# th:"'. i-1> si  very important iSj^uo; in fuel it i.f  neci .^.iry in onr bu-fine.fi!. 'Ac won't  ,-  >��� ': fun..or  ou    tbe   ^Abject.    Ver-  a j  -   J fouso and lot on Victoria street.  liousc and   lot  ou   Lake Shoro  avenue.  Dusipcss   block    on     Victoria  street.  Gc"-;>-uiairy business near toivn.  Alining slock, ���  FOB UE13T. ,  Ofiice rooms and living   appart-  .iiouls on Victoria street.  lioures for rent.  Vv'e do   a   general   commibaion  business.  Farreli & Smyth,  HO. 365, A. L. U.  J.Ieets in the i. O. O. F. hall every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.  Visiting brethren are cordially'invited  to   attend   these  meetings.  K. A. Svn'M,  TrcH.  ]'. F. JoiiiTsxo:-!.  Seo'y.  -n.  L O. O. F.  "Vv'ildey  I^oslgo  No. -H  OJ&. A\.  DI  i  ,' Meets every Monday evening in   the;r  I hall   on   Victoria  afreet.    Sojourning  ! Odd Fellows cordially invitc-d. I I'i!,  j, '��� fo  I   C. A. Fugj-h, ' R. J. Smyth,     I j,,^  j iNoblc Grand. Secr'y.     : r'd  The waftst buy of tito   season, and   you   will   double your  money in three months.    Tho company   have   12   clainia,  which surround the St. Eugene   mine���the  largest  eilvcr-  load mine on the American continent.  } Kox Ub.  MOYIK, 15. C.  SI*  r^��wetar-jBC^.i-a.Jnp^i* . 'tmi. I " R-w  1    ,  v..   already    gui..ifsjtuJ   the  -,;.AJ.  Under Iho atispicoo of the   Major  ami  �� Council.  Tuesday & Wednesday  *A IS  ki si  '.' p. -,  :-;!���* ,e. ���  im; good ..poople ul   Moyie   should  ��� be-fu in mind thai   'tiro ��� trailing   of   a  con tract for 30,OOC tons of oro' r,  year  is no   small task   and   requires time.  The Leader 1ms every   reason  for   believing that   the   owners , oi   the  Sl.  luigene   are, a3   anxious ' (o  operate  their mine ac the people of  Moyie are  to'tee it in operation.    And the better  "tho contract the company   makes, the j  ��    better il will' be   for    tlie   town.    But  hstve patience,    lie in ember that Home  -.vas not built in a day.  M 8 S V*       0  ��.Ui  PATRONS : The Bootherliocd of Rail- !  way Trainmen and Iiosslantl Minei'oj  Union rfo. 3S. W. F. of M. '  $5,800 la Prizes.  Oures Pain Instantly  ���   in any part of body^  a  V/itbout ' taking a drop of  medicine. All tlie superficial  paino arc relieved r.ithopt the  big risk ol taking .dangerous  drugs into the S3"3tem. Its  work   i30. cimply   mar^elo.uo.  Price, $2.00.  Moyie Board of Trade  - Meets on the first Wednesday-  evening of each- month at'  fi o'clock Aiarp iu the court  llOU-H'. ( "    ��� ,  J^.he,-; (. KoNiw, ][oo. Fre-o. J  A. 1\ M-u.'uon-auj, Freri. ��� I  F. P. Johnston, It. Cami'ijej.;,, i   Is}  ,.   ���        l-~\t  hecy. I  "   I     (Xi  1       1^  'S*  I are,  Vice-1'rcs.  Harvey    &   McCarter,  FORT STEEI.K.R.C" 2     ,  Ilari-ey, JUcC.irter & rinkliuni,  -. jwvrhaTorE, b. c.  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. F. GURD.  ��AIIEi;Stll':i:.  SOCTCITOH, EIC>  CRANBROOK.  B. C  ^  &<  For Particulnrs nppl.7 to  fc'      ���        ���      '  US1  "27  BOX 3J. '���  ^LAtvl^a  rra,  MOYIE.. b. o    S  II  ISK,  ���A  :A  i  J   [^xsjrxfcj^LMiiry,i*rj^^JC'w^j*ri��^<riL'*^*iA'i^^J^l3J-JT^  :-- .,',?!  ffCSSC^" IWMC  ���i  , --t  I  Furthei particulars from  ft. J. DREWRY," Secry.  ' 'I'  '-i  i ,-a: !  u;^  ^  ,'    y- a,-  .,.uii f- -"'  - , 'vi'  ���  Ar'l;V  , eJn,.  '. \,  'S   .   I  i t     ;  - if.v  ..- -!'  / i '  ' t :  f   *���  {..  I ,'i*  ! -:  It is new almost an established fact  ��� that the blowing up of tho Etinker Hill  ,-ntl Sullivan concentrator near  Ward-  uer,    ''rla'.iopiii  3fyJh,   v.as pl.mr.tu b;,  p. j."lire;  v:\irs   owneia   and   canicd  out by .Iraitors "bo bold   olllcial   poyi j    ft  tions in tbe ralncis' unions    ,it :s   to.    ^  be hoped that British   Colttmbia   lias) ���^^3E^Mrrorg^^TOJr^sro  no   such     fccotsiuirc'ls   among    either, ^^  jkine owner; or ;r,i.).:  Thy  relniifsuH   btiv-c-n   uni-ui   \��a.'('-'    .p-K   ^\>-y~y#*^-i$rzrvi .^.  jCHBISTIAX      AIELSFA,    .Agent , DR.   .j,    S>   EIKG  ! i .  MJYJE, P. O,  xS'^sjKT^XSTs?:-  1 '  Cran"broote, B, C.  iWMWmamiMnwBWSi  O. F. DE^AULNIETl  DEALER  IM  y!    M 8     W     h  i' tary Public, &c.  PliOMFT DELIVERY.             '"j ,    .Solicitor for the Imperial  Queens'Ave.      MottE^' '       ' B,lnk of Canada'  "     -.- -    yy���L^ \ 01* L::x?��0!r.       Br:tip!tCoj.i->{iua j  DTI t-G-eorg-e K. Thompson,.. ,    , ���      6    -  8'   " RARRrsTKu, Solicitor, ^'o iilfilgS;   L{l60lIC3lS?  I Toilet Articles   u  Drug and Stationery  'Store.  Office Stationery  School Supplies.  & a   *a. ����� c  ^a  union oirioials.! ��3^IBiTJ'J��F$L*  ^O^IE.  tiuiiCTp   ..:;>;    uur   mi..  ftro toti tifti u   i!...ii.ii';.u  :'"'jn, siuu liu.'i.. ii-j.t.,._.t-.uv; men .tr,- u.^tl  ���'hvays     ' i.-.bwi      ;. ' '..c ;.."���'-. ei-v j  Tribune. I  ~y.  inuarj "rjiUVA   li  '4'tvy   sJfc Tud L?A0  ojuorrow,  r .  P.A.O'iAvr.A.A-.AiA.^-, tptrj  -;" J.HSUB.A    WITH  .  ��� im. ^"ho Iv - ''���1'"'  iu   Mo\ ic   sc i-;at  Beaie? MutefiiBGn  & Elwell���������-*������  {7.-..   <MUtl. ,-?i?..a^^i^      .pt       H     !  ' ��� I.  i  '.iioerj and Jioltl.s :. inierttt m W-- tv.*v..-  bite, was tho con*pictioud tAuio io a  lively -street A;bt. in AAUc tbe .ctiit-i  day. O'Fsurcll icpro��euts liic Heiu/e  faction :u .^loiit.imi iioiitics, and his  opponent. Mike Fulliv.m, is a Icadei  among the Clark ecu undent.  According to Iho account, in iho  Butte Hmer; O'Faireil v;;i-: ual.-iiig  denvu ihe street when :3uliiv.ui accosted him.   As Bulliva'i yol iu ' front  (A O'Farroll he  gaid ���    "You're  a  dis-   ^ ^  , ^  grace to the IrWh race >'lJU  d:r!y cur.." : ^.rUlt.  A'GE, OOi��eeP  at v.hich OAurrch ^vui:b' his Cai-c fci.u | gtOTepipeS aZlCl  islruck Sullivan on the   bot'.y.    At line j rM?   attack Sullivan's: hand :.lici   c-:l bkc  a  iiasu aud cwurbt O'f .-.mi! A ths fact, j  Another followed   m .-.u   inAi'A   t'.ud,i  catching him full   iix   tlio   n'���;��.\  w.t.   -  him bluLdinij Jae1    y,::."i.iZ   '���''���'���   tbe;  iitAvsilI--. 1  ' z"7 A f** ".'"J AV3tiift-'*' u'^S^ i Fv>"  .    -i? \> al* aIj3L  *-y JU-     TL> iUf T   -it   I Jl.1   *s  I  Our aim is lo ];i.j^c patrons.  Good  diaft una   bcttlsd   bs?f>r  always en band.  ., ���.:;:.  ;ro':i:-  ,   r   i"   iiv -t����������-f* -���(rtt-^m  British GoluruciR  ^f-^_,^M,  ��>_��>i..j,g_ii... ��jt��i. ����-�����ar^tf.'vwr v*x*n'nu-i*mjAK*=rr  i%-~ '-I  !-V_M   /I'^. "S" ^"Vv   r-  k A. O w ^^ A  1 ?7  ' hvs   ^x ^ ir jtfA. -a--* c3 xr  JOSEPH NIEDERSTADT, Prop.  OET   \ OUR  Vegetables,  mj^.T5yyg<~.c^irj3ctJ*3ja*^ajgrt-����tt.' >��^.a^rj. ��3ri1  JTr*gg*v^r*=J'  jthaoosi ct_ accoramodatiourf  for.the travi'iin^ pubbc.  P, J. McMahon, -Mgr.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO  S*���* I. l�� jf'  "XO AND l-'IiOH ALj  I  l7J jf^  ���"��, ^  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Sailings,    Ovorooalinj  ���ai     AJJULJU ?�� -mJ  ^5 ?**   ' K* r si        <^s      i l '? -'  | pxya? Kppr   F0>tP^ aflfl   WfltflRR  LlM+i    u'libc .j    ^ W5 U.n    y111 13    ftelHsBWU  UlG&t  Slbrt'dj^ Ufa  yudsUi  duality not excelled in the country.  /Tryyt'and  he convinced.  csajri*rB*i l _*�������������runnrw��vn&t��'7v��Maj��^KiM  ^wt jji ���inn-'iiif7,��nr^��Tir'Mmn��m,wft'C'��s  Troueer.",   Imported    Goods.        '^  I *     7'. F.-JOE-JS'SIOJV |  I rev .,-..-- .- . - .^   ^ *.  1,1.-,.     r. '   A .i.i-1 V7 Ct'I C   S.I-  : j.u AI ���);  rjtiur.'ii'1-  ������ nut;  i,.   ' ���   .<,  i ��� s.-, -  -J - ��� a  L', ,     {  hia fact, kicxtd 'u-r yj idly   .Aout   Uu   p  I  f.; n  Iocs and reiijuiKcd ;    ".vj1  youM stil iAAi'.!!> in  ^ot si cn.inca,''  Afttsr a !��. tv fi.hii-Lt. i mk,  only   cur,  ^I'U'HC   U       >''Ju '  I  r-r>D  1        ijrtj4 Ir  -SSs51   fc*-��     vlj^' ��-is'C> V.��  -  - l  i  ! �� 8 u IU L &= U ��   , J^ il A LjLJlKjjL I  CHAfJBRGOK, 0- (J  i iii. \so,utyiX   Vj t-LL-y/ jt   "���;. till i ^  i /;>   .i. .->! rL  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MIMIMO MEM  ; kinds  I Orders SoiJoKeH.  ' n  it  <$S?56(see:C-CC-C<'':-"iO.�� = C��:55S��^?CfiS���CS^*<^  m_i��-<tc.��f jg-wrjwftw mwiw n u �����������:��� i��* *wmom wii ����mn^^��Kf*r��Ow  .-.) ,- pi o  a'C'.  li'.toia t').jk builu'.. u tfv.iy = m! ..nulnc: j  A.ckAs   OA'airelAuii    aud    took   bini !  uu'tue.    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