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The Moyie City Leader Aug 6, 1898

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 AN IDEAL TOWNSITE For Business and  Pleasure; as a Residential Locality  Unequalled.  Situated ou Moyio Lake. Excellent  Fish-  ing, Boating, Bathing   and  Shooting,..,  ���^BACKED BY PAY E0LI.S  t Eugene,  Mines all within an hour's walk.    Good water  supply.   Exceptional drainage facilities.. Has  the best prospects.  The Busiest'and -Most Talked of Town in f|  .EAST KOOTENAY. ���     *  BAILS WILL BE HERE IN 30 DAYS  Tiro Jtonil   Kotwecii Uu;    KfloUnay  Lake  aurl kelson u-III  ISo HuilJ,  Next VeHr.     ,'  fh ". ���     ���' '-G.  CAMPBELL, Moyie City,  B. C:    '-p  The House 13 Kquipped   iu   First .Class Stylo ,  Throughout.   Large ana Commodious-DiuiiiR  Room.   Best Brands 'of"Wines,   Mquora   and <  Cigara cau bcjh'ad at the Bar.  "  Headquarters for'Commencial and Mining Men.  QUEEN  AVENUE, ��� ��� ���"  tis  ���o-  a Ideal Townsite Most Picturesquely and Be-  , lightfully Situated.  M. J. JTaney, ohiof of  construction  of the Crow's Nest road, accompanied,  by'his'assistant, J.  31.  Turn bull, his  j daughter and   Miss' Miller  came   in  from the'eastorn end of the line Tuesday   evening on   horseback,   Messrs.  Haney and'Trumbull looking over the  construction work an   the  road,  and  the   two   young   ladies, sini'ply   having an outing and a little adventure'in  the way of roughing  it (in a  frontier  country. ,  Wednesday    morning    before    the  party started on its journey westward,  a .Leader representative  gained   an  audience with Mr. Haney.   In conversation he said that the rail's would bo  laid to Moyie  before   the   end   of  the  month,   aud  if   everything   went  as  smoothly as expected,  the  Kootenay  lake would be recbed between the first  and fifteenth  of October.    Wherever  the grading is lagging or any   section  of work is behind where  it should be",  the "bury up gang"���-an aptly   named  force of workmen���is thrown on to it,  and finishes it ujuwifh dispatch.  In answer *-to the question, Mr.  Haney said the road from the Kootenay lake to Nelson would be built, but  not uutil next year. That for the  present cais would be transferred by  barge on the Kootenay lake between  the two points. A barge witb a .carrying-capacity of 15 cars has already  been built and everything would be  in operation by the time the road was  completed to .run through .trains .between Macleod and Nelson'.  "Mr. Haney, as yet there seems to  ha ye been no provision made for a  sidetrack and depot for Moyie," asked  the reporter, "and the people are be-  co.-niug anxious over the matter. Can  you enlighten them?"  "No; we have not as yet been   able  to make  definite  arrangements   with  the   townsite   owners,"   replied     Mr.  Haney.    "That is a  matter   the   residents of Moyie should attend to without delay, or at least before the  track  is laid here, and confer with Mr. Gurtl,  our attorney, who is now in Wardner."  "But, supposing, the people here are  unable to make  satisfactory arrangements with your  company," inquired  the reporter, "then will Moyie- be  left  without a depot and siding?"  "No, sir," was the emphatic reply,  "Moyie will not bo left out in tho  cold."  This would lead one to infer that  the C. P. U. is expecting a handsome  subsidy from this place for building a  depot and putting in a siding, but if  they cannot get it, they will'build  them-anyhow.  hardware,  groceries  produce/  ALL  KIXUS   OF  JsL  ��� p     . ������_ DONE ���  TIM ROOFING A SPECIALTY.  3  i  CLOTHING,  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES.  ���PROPRIETORS   OF-  6TJJICTLY FIRST CLASS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.  -**-.������  Ooy, Viotoria '��t, 'aad.Moyte Ave,,  '    '   as:o^X^3  oiorsr.  ���DEAL, OS ruli FHASISR GKODP.  icked by payrolls of the St. Eugene, Moyie and  Lake Shore mines.  -0���  For Further Information Apply to  ���AKE SHORE ADD!TIOiM TOWNSITE-CO,  fr'c<S$S����*��S-$;$^  AillOYlJi  >(>  (I.  /ft  .'������ :' '��� ; f "'��� f G, CAMPBELL, -A. -T. CLAMK,  'TliiS'Hbtelis New and well Furnished. The 1  : -'Tabies are"Supplied with the '.Best the-j  a Market affords. The Bar is .Filled with ������<*  ��� the Best Brands of Liquors .and. Cigars. %  Something About, fair William.  Sir William Van Home, who is on a  visit to  the  United' States, ig' one of  the few Americans to secure fa British  title. He was born in Illinois and began  life as an office boy in-a Chicago  railroad station.    From   this be   worked  his way up to the position  of general  manager and president of the Canadian  Pacific railroad. Four years ago Queen  Victoria .created him a  Knight  Commander of  the  Order of   St.  Michael,  and   St. George.. He is a member of  several^New York.clubs, and  is   married loan American woman,a daughter  of Erastus Hurd of Galesburg, 111.  An Ottawa   Syndicate Obt.-tin/s a., Hair Interest in That 1'roiiortv.  /.ideal for a half interest in the  Fr./.er group was consummated this  work, an Ottawa syndicate, represented^ W. S. Cranston, being the pur-,  cm-sing parties.' ��  .fudge W. PL Fraser, the owner of  tho property, and W. S. Cranston left  toV-iake an examination of the properly the first of Uie week and then  proceeded to Fort Steele, where the  fii.M papers were drawn and. the  mi ney, which is said to be up , in the  fo'tr figures, paid over. Ii, i<j slipu-  laic-d in the articles of agreement that  Messrs. Cranstph and Eraser hold the  controlling interest in the property  a*;:] all work done thereon will be mi-  'def their personal, supervision. -,  Work on   the group  will   be" commenced within the next  three   weeks,  and ,it is the intention of the company  to thoroughly develop  it  and  at   the  same time take out ore for shipment.  The group  consists  of   two  claims,  the Fraser No. I aud No. 2.    They  are  situated about  half way between   the  head of Moyie lake and Cranbrook.   A  good wagon   road 'runs  through   the  property, and it 13  within   a   mile   of  the  railroad.    They   were   located  in  summer of 1S97 by Judge Fraser.   He  has done enough work on the property  to fully demonstrate its  value, and   to  prove that by a little effort it  can  be  converted into  a-   paying .proposition.  The last assay   made   went   17-�� per  cent copper, $1-1 m gold, 5G ouueos   in  silver  and  -10   per   cent; lead.    This  would give a metal  value of $13G  in  all metals.  The handling of the property could  not be in better hands, as . Mresrs.  Cranston and Fraser have had wide  experience- in lhat line and will  manage il both systematically and  suoccssf'iily, Mr. Cranston being one  of the leading cuyinoers .of the C. P.  R.i with hiri liL'.-vhiuar(ers bore ut  Mon'--, M id Mi-. Fra-irr h-iving boon a  noted mining expert of ihe west and  northwest for tho past twelve years.  Mr. Fraser will leave for the oast in  a few. days to confer w.i,th the Ottawa  company, but before returning he will  visit Chicago and; Morrison, Illinois,  the latter placo being tho homo of his  parents. -' ' p  Police Inspecter Sanders, accom-  pained by his brother, E. W. Sanders,  was through here this week:  The proprietors of the Central hotel  are building an add tion to the bar room,  and lining, papering, aud fixing up the  houso generally.  Divine service will be held , by Mr.,  Mlicpherson in the railroad warehouse  tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock. Please  note the change of hour.  Peter Arena has purchased the stock-  on hand of the Sifton hotel. Robt.  McMahon, the proprietor, will soon  leave for West Knbteuay to locate.  The Leader staff drank champagne  with Judge Fraser last Thursday.' As  we, have been using lake water as a  beverage lately, we consider tho above  worthy of mention.  If you want anything in fche wav  of miners' supplies, don't forget that  McMahon Er03. havo the .finest, and  largest stock in East Kootenay,, at  reasonable prices. - .  Tlie handsome row boat belonging  to E. 11. Small and Sergeant Clopp was  raffled at the Moyie hotel last Tuesday  evening and was won by Col.Hendeisou  wbo threw IG. . .  Chas. Farrell has made a big strike  ou the Society Girl property, near the  St. Eugene mine. In the shaft at a  depth of 12 feet he has, between two  and three feet of clean ore.  J. M. Simpson & Co. have assumed  control of the Swansea hotel from M.  G. Buuyan, and the house is said to  bo meeting with splendid success under the new management.  McBeth and Peters-' camp was set  on fire a few days ago and the log  buildings were almost totally destroyed." The fire also caught in a  pile of about 500 ties aud most of them,  too, weut up in smoke.  A. T. Clark and F. I. Moore are taking exorcise each day in the lake near  their bath house and are practising for  the undertaking of swiming aeiots  iho  I  KOOTENAY  KETCHUP.  , The telegraph wire along the Crow's  Nest line is-being kept up with tlie  end of the steel. .-  -   ,  The work of running the preliminary lines for the Cranbrook branch' to  the North Star mine is beiug pushed  forward rapidly.,-    ���  The New Gold Fields of British Columbia, Sir Charles Tupper's, company,  is to resume  work  on   tlie  Exchange ���  group near Slocan City.'   0  Kimberley is the latest addition to  the towns of East Kootenay." The  townsite was recently purchased by  A. P."Howard for his company.  The Enterprise people are building  a wharf at Ten Mile to' accommodate  the loading of barges. The mine 'ia  shipping 1,000 tons of ore , to Omaha.  ���������_��� l  A recent strike of rich  dry  ore  has'  been mado on the Tail Holt claim, on  Gold hill near the   Howard   Fraction,  in' the  Slocan.     William    Ferguson  owns the property.  Constable Cole of the mounted police  has been stationed at Cranbrook. Mr..  Cole is a feerless and very' capable  officer, and will make many friends  among the peace loving public, and  possibly some of the, other class, says  the Herald.  An Indian girl who has been well  educated at the Indian school at Carlisle, Penn., and a big buck Indian  who has spent.-his life following the  trails of East Kootenay, were uuited  in marriage at tho Mission last Sunday.���International.  [ William Parker of Brooklyn is ar-  ranging for the entire corps and' brass  band of the Nelson Salvation army to  to visit the new town on tlie Arrow  lakes, at au early dale for the purpose  of giving Brooklyn   the   benefit of   the  LOCAL   NEWS.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MININGME'N.  il'VlK CITV.     ' '���'���.,'������'��� ���  ISKITIS ''  OOT.-.iM HlA .  ,!���-,������:����������$  dr  ��>!  '#'1  ��polling-of Scli.601 -Deferred.'.  A communication has been received  by the secretary of tho board of trustees from the- superintendent of education to the effect that until necessary provisions have been made in the  eslimtites to'ino.et the required expenditure, the opening of the school in  ���Moyio must be temporarily deferred.  ill the meantime all necessary arrangements are being made by the  trustees in order that as soon as. the  government appoints a tcacln  ni.iv l-o ocun mc uce. I, forth with  work  J. M. McMahon was doing business  in Fort Steel this week.      ..,���  Tom Raeder returned Thursday  evening from Spokane. '  Dr. Brodie of CJranbrook was here  on a professinal visit Wednesday.  C. J. Rose took a spin down to Kuskonook on business  this week.    ,  J. C. McCrae of Bonners Ferry was  through hero yesterday on his way to  the Sullivan hill country.  James Croniu,left for Spokane Wednesday , morning and yi-ill remain, a  week or two with his family. ;  Frank Desauliuier has returned from  Po-oupine Creek, near Nelson, where  lie' was doing assessment work.  Always bonr in mind your own faults  w!n:n'vriiicisinjr'tJio.-e iii (-ilivrs  lake.  As ' this will be the first attempt  fi���t religious service hold there  to accomplish the feat, it will no doubt  awaken considerable interest.  M. Mclunis, the East Kootenay  moat kiugy and Mr. Stuart. ,weree in  town Thursday looking: after the  branch shop here. Mr. Mclnhis aud  his company are building a large shop  in Cranbrook, which in 'a abort time  will be their headquarters and distributing point for. this district.  '  f  An effort will be made to pull off  the game between the Moyie boys and  Jerry McDavitl's bridge gang/ tomorrow afternoon. It will, be remembered  that on the Fourth ,of July a game  was played w'hioh ended hi a' tie, and  il was.then,decided to.finish the contest at some later date. Hence the  ball game tomorrow,       p        .  Hobsori With IIis Mother.   ,  Lieutenant Hobson has been liberated l'roin Morro castle nnd is now  with his mother at Atlanta, Ga. The  meeting between ..mother aud son. was  u pathetic one. Tho son kissed his  mother, who threw her anus -arround  bis neck and for several minutes -rested her hoiv.i. ou :>if st'oul-lor, .-I'-eddiug  tears .>t joy.  The new concentrator which the  Whitewater mineis building wili.hau-  dle 100 tons of ore per day,' and the  management estimates that there is  sufficient ore- in sight tof keep the  plant going for at least two years. The  mine now'employs 100 men.'  XUe Orpluiu Girl.  Messrs. Diamond and Connors, who  hii-ve been doing assessment work on  the Orphan Girl claim, report having  made a wonderfully ; rich strike recently, having run into a body of lis  inches of solid ore. S. A. Scott, tho  pnnc pal owner of the propertv, says  he will soon commence a .100 fo"ot tunnel to tap the ledge at a depth of 140  feet.        : ,    "  ,       Will Cull ail Kxtru Sessigu,  President McKinley will call an extra  session of Congress as soon as Spain accepts the terms of peace offered by the  United States..  DAN OHISHOLM       ~~  31'nko.s Uoguljir Wot-lily Trips Betweou  TlJOYIK CITY nnd   near ISONNKIJS  ���������.irK'KI-Y'vii.li   His  Pack. Ti-niu.    .    ,  l'>u a-as wi.sJiuiL,- rjooil-s from  Xi-lson  ond  Rov 1 :(.���!��� s 1-v-np sheni.1 .-v him  Us - ���,*-r.-t..-i���rwAnrur:-.,,-  Grnfeful itis'on.lhe wrrai oar tlitd Ho, '  . p. While pnrplf'shadows o'er the far-,hill-= aass ;',.. 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SOlllli Il)in-!jiun/..fl JoatVoil S6lfli\ -i   "]y y,' -Aiyi f,ff a f aa.'-- f,   a/p.-p/p fa,f.a|/:' ���":���:,'.',,.;���, ���-.;������ a- ...^f- :,'"  a,/a :  ...,���;.  uiilii:ivu liwij't'iiif],i';iSt,:/^'iffi'idH:.f;it,f ciii-o; iiihI -"- f��-f '���v'mrii]'iy^ 7UUiit'\ (f/fe*,'>-:'����� (o f��^'���j :f'; 2:t:,-la'fr,,A-i^/ftifi ^vd.fiiii3n:rfId  our.r.r\cii(Is}ji]i'i.-iKtpii:f(.'ri-;x a!'-5^^'r'f*'".fv^"''1 >!\!-ft:fV*.^'-:':-*:>V;c=iwiir-'-iiss;"lV3-ri��-i��-I;- -_*'i��� ��>;"/i*'<'i-i.-si'ivi'i*i;-l"VVT-i  /IND CHOICE CIGARS  0  *->     ���  ~A DURESS���*^^-  v.y.; & .-i^ ^_ a , \^, a: ^. i \i ,k x a    ���   V s i i. \2 g_^  ���f  ���IP'p-af-sg  *fffff fff  oJyiin'iy:';.' ffa ������,"-' vpf :-":������ ��� :'"'  "<"..   i i 'f ������'���"., ��� ff,1, G!I- ���"���'"'.':;- '.yy i "���������.:      f- '.'���������/'���: :';t:-.f'���.'���? K'-"f,p':: ��� .fjf" i Malign i   Lut   i  -v   i   ,-i      .1   n, Mri<(i  '������^a'lioii'vini d&cr^''-f/.<;:A-^ l,(l  hi   .        d im" < ij,   . .d  ''^Yes/fK^^ nil   d   ' r ii i ' ,  i  ,m,iI. "m  (  tiiviritfrf.i-'jy-pd^ t(   *-"*'v    '"   ti    t   i ..   vim  siuraomliiiyfiidf'ii'if dvv^iiciiyffjivsuid '"'    " '"',*       i I .   ' i i i i    il  ^ljaiia,; T'Hiii:i']lfjiofc':;!W*!iibdof'^5i;!V^ l,Llt   '*   ,c           -1'0 ^ '*���   '  ^-1"-'  ��^fitisJfjiotMiKib'-l^!^^Oi-i"-'A'';:'"^ ' *��� 'lnnrl. '. it hi  I r! kjc   '1 '  .'. ,iV.   a    .,,.-,..    , i. a . .-,         ���-.- .-.-,���.- ���������������.���                .-   .;������ ���;-... r.-.'      /-,���'.l .( l./i, f 'if...:j i.,; a. :f.. .-������. -a ,.a ���' j- . -���..-'   "-'          '''���/>   fr-f.': \,,.l ,:��� I.    ..          ......              .   ...            .     .  nj     i ���?  i-1�� ir-r^,  ^VO'^'  NELSON.  j.T.^iT*^,,':  tM 'hi        ! in   , >-!   tc  >' i   Mir      n H'.   ti id  nfllM J 'u ,.-,  I   i n�� * r t   out iss In  i i   t i i  ii 1    i t ' 1 ��t  ' d     i oi tin  ij (! ws  d 't   . \\\, ( Ul^  t)   i^      ' o  ]   r*< ulv  d   u ^i.n it )  ;r"i"l x^ffas"?,   [?.���*-; j^*t--C4  .Al ^    vfj?rt��" rv      iA'r-  jo* j  /  )S��S@6^9S0@��(9 ����^��!  %  ^ AVc Quote Low Vriecs en rick.,*, Shovels, Gold Pans,  Gold Se-ik-f., Tack Str:;]-s and Saddles, Dog Sleds'  Dcur I [aniens, Tcnt.i, Kivcr Ccnils, Steel Stoves!  Can;n Utensils, Etc.; Etc. ,   ���  ';'��� \: '"''"tI'.V" 1!"lt^' ('"i,r"! :���'��� ."��' ;��'" ��'"��� KIoiKlvkt' fir,..    If Un^l.t  >�� '���'��; i i��..-l S..I. v ,h..y -.Mllb- t iM   :�����   ,���,���   ,.,'m   rf.it vi    V.u.ro.Mt.r" i,  i-u-.r-l..i,i,n^t p.. .c tuui.tnt-    W.-ii.. .!.- f,���- UMipconluHiihafun ii.fonnntioii  'Uf.liTED.  VAKCOOVES   B. C.  1  SB  i*f  c4-  K  i   ) s-r r*N  ai���ty V "wJ  w nisky  ;?t-, -  ffv'^v-^V"-'^.  -<'^^:<f^  ifm--  mmy:  *my  mm -  ���fllffi  ff.'--.  ;    SuddunJy "Ijo 'spoko: 9'"1'"'        f  . eiV';thoii n groiui. ��� IIo iv;;s dond." f ��� ; ��� pfho  b::d ��� "piiHOcI off  to tho"' -r,is.jp" til oiu; "ifc j U^n /viM'!i" Ay 7i;;r, L-ur this  prist- -bad A/oiiu '' " "  ���   ''Listen/' waid ho, '.'and I Shall toil'-voti     '. ������" - ��� ''���* ��� ;'  -��� "*' ': ��������� "���* : 'f *'��� if1 ''.-* '������'������   ��     1 IJi'y!lb iso fin f6ri-y<1- .that :'Kh6.w;;s ;soii;iVfy: |''.-fr.uni !ii;r..,uiciiiocij,-.j!.s-'-iiJ': -'.tSi-'ro'hfitr"' bi>c-H' lip- 'J r/ * -    -  iho ctiiiKo  of  my inohincholy.'f Ririitimi I !    f I Jl^-oned" %vi(h luni-oi- to  his Bforv, ���'��� ir:i '^t :if;;nopiilllid  thuf trues.  ..fThoro wi:s-a ! V'^yi dl^vo iusv-pbyen otJufr ciwos ''Vdioiii;. ! z\:=Yfl V\ \'-l\P.   OU' j'l ^ V  W! wronK:to..cii!.fd.u.idi'r  ib-nsidij; :p^- : �� the braoh-{ ��=id.l;,hry havtv U-ciVwrlt^i. of   nt'ioiifrtlv-! " J W-iofcjo�����.  liiip.s-'you liiiiy givo,. liio' Konieirood advico.. i .'"Of, c':nn'f--o I had 'not-kUl^d Vifi��� i j'.Ki 'f';'-�� tbo wocas' .a��.il''..HsAvp woro, in smirch fA^'Jf.Koftiwc 'is iiwihing fdii^uhu- in thjifc '.  In, any oyonti.-I siiall- tol'ifvou 'niy-.s-trny; ^ .even rosoivud not tb doietid n>yso7f s JHl'l ��� ?! -*'��-;1' ��d^'^ uf fi:* tpok i his ;pnt-h; -.vldlo i A'rtI p cf ���J-'!>: '^tor.y.' : A;;.a;in:iiter of fact'tho- f  SincolJast wiw'yoi'i.'-tlicrp has bcfoii iitr-aA f (juiitou tlio.arii.y. a liiitasMiJ   I   fcJl iilco ^    ^    ���G.-1,c'i'f5 J;^an, i'ciih-a. trees, p At ubbu'S A-"^';-'S�� ,��;i|!d ' not '.'.tui^.bor f,Q-vn   najno ���f  a! /i.s;tniks:  THISTLE BLEND SCOTCH WHISKY,  TIIOBJST'3 O. H. i%.  BCOTTOIT &CO:SIXI BRANDY,  The CHAMBERLAIN CIG-AR.  '������'������H'--i:1-.-  (i-.yw.  r >v-;H*.  ���--. '���' '   c ', ���  ���I#M  R'RITHBT&.CO;,  Agonts  :i   firrco  galo i'  iA)VDQS   J-lNGLANir  p?ilS  jnoniing-l was about; to start foi-. Lillo, on - tivsg-io story."  f - . ,     ���' ���"���'?/"    ",f.'.J " pbi'okcn.oif. by hand, Pind tho riheltor v,-;:s a, iiiii(i Awrj.t  thujas ���'���fd-/ wvoral ,days.;:-'l8 :  rogiin'eii'tarf-biisiiH'Kspin company. wH.ii' a f ^-iJ'! nt:il-';t.Iio Ghanips Elvrc-o?- pwananl l 1i-.:i'J-v^0^? oj;d;vkai):3t 'imy ?(!rl-'pf"jvi��;itft- 1 -."';i;i -t--iU��;n.foi- f-nintwia.thtit k!io had 'libt-n''"!  brotJicroilicerof H;y roginionfc.' A'.'ostoiipod ' vtiU> .pfo'pli... Aiound i.HivaH.tht. 'i-.i-'e'irl-p a' Cr'' i1'1'1'^'.? i:-tevior -%v'p fotiml ;j bod ;c;f dry ]:lo*t: ii'.'- tb'h- ;?:��jup, it.-.y.-y. fi^iu-ou-by't he f  into a largo oating, iioiisof to t;iku-a chop J'^of a Kii:nn:or nr<iht iii'.n-i'voloirs- Paris ; ^V:l-yy-y:]^ SK'''1'^ wero u:vb;l tor cook-aA; ;C;!P^n that tiio Kordl.tdn J:.;d r-iroir bo- f  lioforo the tniiii loft.    It'was. a'vbry birgo -9^ thu'-ivvmiuwui-o iiviuniH-rabidf.tirriar.f.s ! ''.^'fa'-V ��':'l ��''l'.a.t; inubt bo called iho(ro- ! u,vo   ^M pd<r.tp  tb-o WKtwai-df ;i:id ftbatf |  TafaA):  j-A'-flf"  !���;.��� \:w  ; lioforo the tniiii loft.    It/'was. a vbry large  f,   t'rjtabli.sliinent, with'--iim'blu tal.dcH aru'iuTd  . tlio rooni.fand at ond end Vv.a.s a long bar,  .whero those With light |.u"-s-(>- wi-ro.-dlowerl  ... to take refreshiiK'ntsa' Oir- trrbJopva-s near  tho bar, and at  the   tiisso Wj  ^eatoda ,iur-  fielves there Was a. long ),ii:6-"of private sol-  .,   diiTs  and   laborers  drinking "'then.-.'    Wo  talked of   various  niattors, and   my com-  .   panion fiaid: ,-.'������..'  " 'Jfavo  yoii thi;  son   of any celebrity  mnoiig your recr-.iit.s:-'' ,  f " ' Vos/fsaid 1, 'yqiing ' >.[yrian, eon of  the well known, paiiitor, is in my eoni-  lnand.   . And yoi!?.'     .'.-'-     -  " 'Well, I bavcf.tiio  son: of n oolcbritv ���  ," -too,.but of 'a dim-rent. kind.    It is' yonifg  tieorgo do ForiHsot.'f ' / '   '���."  " 'What, not tho .son'of Linio. doTcrisuet  ���.'.' .���pretty Do Foriuieti"  : " 'Tiie Kuino..'        p1.  "I iangried'heartily ,",s I paid:'  'Well, Veil)  He   b'uisrcfc   hr  .... ...     -.-:���,    .........,.,.,,1u,i,.���i,,n,;};La  amlad arounu 'fiayiy dressed   Joun-orf; on  the iron ehair.s.      : ��� *J;:     .  ,A:^n.!y eye roanU:d' eardessly over ;l,e,.n  I s;w. one group, tbo center of' whir-b 'w^  a woman of f-15, bnr, Ktt.U v/-ry l,eKi:tifu:  t-ho ivu, droned riehly and tasteiidh- aiid  bore in berhand a booipiet wl:i��lr a, s-nirk-,  ing dandy'jw:d; ji^c;-. pnpt-nied   to  J .'or.'   ' I  : could not repnvs an exoiarbaiion.  Gn-tave  '.I followed niy eyes.   " ,-      , ,      '  j' :  -'\yiiatl" he cried, "it.Cannot bo .<iio?"   ;  ; .   ������ Vei;," 1 aiiHu^vd him, "it ia IMi^ii do  lori^c-t.-"���l.'roni. tlio   J-'feneh   l-'or A--r.0-  ; Ilflllt.. -.-.'  '     . , ��  .'  j' The. I'oiij.r V/iU.'.-uji  Morris Vsi-Ci.  ;      Mr.-Mori-in was   no. advocate  for thick  ..!'.''p<:r, f..ut   ho 'J;..;d. !o;ppbi,f,,r.. foir-i.'i ont  : that   ninfirino. in'Mdo   paoar of   wo/pi pulp :  , an:) ca;y \s;.rfU5.;dehs forr-efinanont rosii'ts   :  i to -say nothing cf l-he uninteresting rpndifv'-:  .ini:.!,':-;i.of'���'?>' Jail"  dross, cloak   aniS:a ;K'!"Vv;iiJ v--it J;i-n a tow ;n:ih:;; Bf Jd^J,t .:<..j^p  i iahi;::! when <-;hu wenfdown. ..TbJacecnnt .-I  .Kin. there were sivc p,:,s;,���./,.rH .^(...n^ ,W\J  ; ti.iis woinnn !i;;iat, have ip.,.ti one ft !lhrm,. |  n;i(. >;;-e nin-pdiJivp   beendrivoti  to the  is- ���  bind \vi:iJ'.:'o'ii..i'ging tn.-i j.i,., -,,. of.wj-caka/p-,  '  id ������;.���. i-.o 'no  pair oi ��n<.os.', ��� AIIphjjKo things wero old  ..nntl. r::pr:cd and roauy-i.oj'all (o.pieces, but  ' t-ipy prov-il 'heyoud-ii doubt (h;it tho -.voni-  ,i:n'w:;>; ti whito v.-on:n:i. Vwi"r..rg!iod"il:.-(-(;  t !';r..y. i ;;rl;a r 'pr/oved. tha I;, -hoflisid rcacbod  tbe, inland ftniii. "fbnif %vroc-!:. If the lir.'.U-.  ne.s of bci- r-itnaiion  <;r,d tih'o hardKhins to  w!:i-di rho bad been exposed had notaApt^'f "   I'i! iful-'eyso   and   exiitod   t-.t.-ry. Uliiu  ed i.er il;int!, s];o\voi:)d  have appeared ho- Aympathy, 'iH.id   none   of i;,^,  so far fi   I ���'" '  lore ns.-.s l-oon ii:- wo had hmded.     Wo be.-. !. bn.^v, ever���i;.in;w iho'ending of it---  \ ..���(-,.'<  ���ga:i n;i'r, f.o.-ireii for ,lk-r   by call-tig ....loud, fi;!u'r ^:o   came io horp-if v,e ;:,;,it,   her. to ! L-^UoIlS  u;d.::.:g- whn wo Woro   ;md foslving  her   j.0 ��� ^ondand o;i   -ward a, s-tcaiia.-i-, ami   as sho '  conic forward, bat there was no ros;a,nso,; j v-'as'in'mnilcs^ ovi-.y nian.of our e:vw <;ljr,- !'  \'.'o i'n>n fepninted a distance of a few i-ot i trillti,';'('' u> :'-   n:n-;:e   aoronnting   ioV-i-}p   i  find. i,iTopf;  across, tho   inland.     We fonn(b ': "-'Adie. felt lis'wiilr.ii   liciubibal-'e   a'n,i a 1  Wholesale }.lereli:ints, vSiiipprrs and Importers.  ��   MtlfuKv-j-   nnd   orciu-d Wy:;o;"n'*'i        '^^^^        "^U.^rt J%j ��j Xj j& {J J_\| J^ #    {j.  CIGAiI.3,   DHY     G00D3,  ���li.aiiy .j.  jranc'ico am  .vhorr.  bad   tiro!:'(.-n  o!f  gnlhci'od v.-Ild fruit, and on  'ff ;��� '-l"-'i.  ��� grown .up. soil, has slier' Mow tho time  iiies! 1 li'iis iliradfnlly in lovo with the  Avonian onco,. but .-inolher fellow won her  not nndivid.ed favors.'  ���" 'And I, loo/ j'ej.:Ied .pry. cinnpanion,  'I.was.a litilo sj-'oony on her. ib:t, tl'.e'n.'  you know,: I always'bad scriinles'about  married women.'  "'Ob, you were wrong,' I . replied;  'She was' well .worth   iho   trouble. .  And'  l;ihon, poor lie Furi^et! Tho ty|,oof airxm'- ���  KU.spectii!.n husband!    Sho had -Jo lovers to  my knowledge, and.ho never,knew it.'   '"    '  "I had scarcely finished spi-aking when  n striiiling' Koldier .ipiiited his conirado--;-.  and advanced toward mo. !Iis f.-ieu w:i> -fif  whito ns a sheet. Ilis en;ol.io;;.n,iS-..;,) ,f..(f.'f  that ho trembled as hc,\\'a!!-...-d. v.dth "ids  saber claMcring at his l-.r-,.J-:f \\ b, ��� {J,  reached our   table, he   glared'at no, )',:���,���'',  :  'moment with wild yat'inA eia;-,e lV(-i- .-,r,d .  tberr raised his la-nd .-to stribo o,..  '' i'.f',.f  of its s-  surface.   Thf; b,tt,,.r f;>iJiu.g if a f  by n'o means un impoi:ant. in the bcanivof':' ';m'n   ov   f(-��r  ^"-ys, t-bo..'cai;taiib ordered, !  i: book,     Jiiiich   of  our   shiny, calendJrod ���! t!,;lt ,;;i(-'!'hg and  [jrovlsions bo   placed in :  paj.er is, besides, tpv ing to   tho   eyes.     I Jo l./tJifJ .'ibiindoii-.-rl hut for nso of tho woman,  wns hnrrd to   resort   to iho   t.-lain, honest    f'l;'l'i hal, wo shqnbi i.ifiko no farther i.-int,  IV.lv-'r-.f    1\ .l.'l.:   ,     a    *       :���-"       .   f,,r-l,-.. A     I,'.-- ............ ...,'',  'Oon idessym/'abareuad.    I hea; ���! of hi-r ..   -   ,���  . i-��t,,.i!-lvl.i!..!'i>.,Ti:i;miis>;.M]|i)i,r!is;.;V.|-  i  t-ho. other beach wo'found her tracks infho - Ki.''J !:'::! ?'^kud luiphmd  tuid ahe bad'nef. ' ���  f.-'iml.-but,, nothing, could' be .soon of ' tho ;>"���'-���*.���rocoYoi-od  he;-! tiiomia-y  or  been  iduii"  'woMiavi licrselff- ��� tiiied. :       ' .,   '.   .     '. ���  'y: our siay^it  f!;o island .won !d   bo for  TISfiTS,     SLAWKST3,     BfACKIiSrAWS,  DEILL    STEEL,     OltS".-.BAGS,:   FLOUE and FEED  : .wny'of   tbo old t imq .paper ma kefs.     bu-  . b!ea<.-beini;ie-v rags were   usul, and mohbi  whoso wires \sero not   woven   with'   ahso-  , Into mcelianica! accuracy, thus obtaining  a ��'f; f <>t variety In the surface.  This paper v.'ns nnt.-lo expressly for hbn  ,.bv Idr. n;,ichcioi-, at .Little Chart, uf.v  Ashford, and "resembles the ���paper of t|UJ  c;.iJypriop,i-s in al! i Ls best, <;nali(io;;."  Three water marks woro designed b> idjji  foi" paper  of  diii'erent   sizes-���"tin..   :fp:>i..f  'the daisy and the perch; v. ith ;v spray in i^  i.".o;..i!i; e.tieii of theso (h.-viccs Ijeingaf-com-  p.ndi.'d- by i in: initials W. J.I."���Pratt In-  Uifiito IMi-.nthly.  ^viis.ti   hurried   in'.  cveral of l he sold  -U'tu and ia-li] i-.i..; |  7-ivst  Boin-dip:���- is.in'i,   vou  '���"i'|",in"*-y.,l..:,..l    nsiiiirybviiii-fii. t.:,;:- bbos.-y  f!lif."';:"V;;':';' .���^���c,Ja:l>J.!.)al-��i;i--.\l.l,  when   wo  '������ -���" ;--'~i||!'.i tur     fche i.!:nbi..; reeia.-- boodun Fttia.' '  Nviiys h;j\  tor her-    A   lor for vo.s v. ripen .and plna-cd  , v-'ith  ihy things, giving, her- tbo. nanie of  the shio and- saying yd were   friends, and  t.'ie.'i ufo v.-eiit about, our  own work.    At  night, ".vc.iiil wont on bo.-ird shin, nnd next  nio.-ning it was ascertained ( hat t he woni-;  an had spent ihe night;   in   hor   hi ft.   .trWio-  bad noi.tie a bed. of   Iho biankef.r,. and ca<en  of ti;':.. j;.-o-.'i!:i<.:is, but sue had' torn the let- .  tor iiitn'tivu oioecs and that probably wj.-.h-  init' i-eacbcg   it.    We-,vm-o   satisfied, hf/w-  pvit, as   sl;o   must   reason   lliaf.v.'o ineant  bel.-im l.-arui, and wo hoped i., ;;e;, ...ighr of  her hv iho'tiuai we were   ready to   ib-j.art.  V,'o };eard   noliiiugof   ber on-. he   Saeond  di.-.y, nortec- iu.-:-:t, bill   she   occ.i-i-:,,i   i,,,r  but n:..;dn  an-raie   {.���,;.-.. > ii,- ���:'   the-ic-.ivi-  !��� ions.-   !������ e b-i 1, ol her !(������ tors i.^i'dicr,  la.it, sbo  Ot bail,,   tbio.ganio thr.i sho invented, and ^  wnicn   gave   pinch   delight,, was   this: A   j ��  1 u'di y>n (did l.uV.i iii d;,v, as wo  :'.: .Jin:..--!-... .������, i;. \,g:-; O,-;. rieiaiai t-o  woia;m   do\vn' .and   i:i..,Ci,-. er v, ho  ', Ewpi-i-sri:..^.-;:^ r-'!a;,-,.a(,K;i .  .yo.n.o (imo naophopi-mpress bingonlo ' t  wasa, cajinal band .at sidling awavher '" %  <;wd:.nd ,,th,:r people's timo wlien n-sid- ;��-"  ing at ohseuro watering placed wd.ere d^ , V}  acenstomrd rcsoareis of royal gaiety were  'i 4  costly.jewel was placed upon' a ��m 00^.^-11  covered with   an   mveried teacup;  n   lady  :t  ' t-.en lossed Ihem to a yoiitleman seated on  ! $  the ojipositosidoof   tbo .room, ;md   if   ],���  ' ���?  caught/the   Hying   iiti.-islSa -votli   such   ti    &  f,teady nand   thai.   tI���.  ,jewo! w;i!i .I;(lt, dis-    ^  placetll roni   under   (he   cu?   tho gen, be-  .'��  ��� ainotbeprupei'tyult;,,,;;^,     0(  ^        . ^  the  gal la n I,  who was   to "calch"  frit  ;m    >.  intonse.sobeitud,.,  ioasmuchas   (he   rn-b-o      -  .   nr, the  lady which h.is   adrebta-ss   mi   ht    ^  . ��.;.i��n ����r bi.-i  awbv.ar,-,a,-s lo���, had-n value  wrueh r.'lrdered j,',-,  p,,s-,es inn  (h'-sirablo.-u-.d cede ;!a I.,,:.,;.,,.,  "(.vi;;...:  pre-:..i,  thu,la  W\i:-.'.:  |;...: THE. WM: HAMILTON MFG. GO.,,LTDi, :  ^fAXi-ipyr-ruifi^-ti (nf  Staiiip Mills, CooceEtrators, Ete.  ;    GENERAL. MINING; MACHINERY,  ���'������.'������' .  Engines, Boilers and Saw Milla  'SCC'i  d:li<;|  p ' .--A' ���       I'd    i    i    I.. ' .,  ^J^t!-:i:ik)koi\'iiu.)Kt;' vancouveh, b. c. !    ���   y  -Tiffi^^ ^^*/^^^^'^^$, -^^^^^va^i^  ���'���-:.< .'.<-. I tcly fe'll.:. Ifc  -���or was. i)i,i iu..lh  and w i;..:-n f;:-. v,-iM  ���d.'::d ������.ith an ;���,,'-'  �����������(! li.-iU.i'i.ihH.t.-;  ���>".'.' Veil; J.,-,!;-;;..  S.UINSCRIBE I'OR  li.P'  ^   -yyiyyiiy Uity  Ljl>**��ti  ftr  der. iff  "I  IIAILW'AV.  iv-  '*vn  . u. X..  Jt  Surveyor's Chain  iVWi*  IHE  SHORTEST  Transcontinental RoVe.  It is the yort Mo-'l'i'ii in Eos ipi.lenf  It iu thi'.Kc vit*s< J{..ii.-i ���/-  0>  It lias a Ji;ifk-i;aIIast IlorUbeJ.  It Croai-pj No S  u<�� UcstM-.'s.  rtwa* I'.biU Without La;ij" Gam o-  Govcrniiiont.Aid.  It is  note I   ior  t]-e  Court --��� oi' ;{4  ,linijiioyi-s. , J  J��i�� thp Only Line Soi-\ hyfv.o iN on  the la Carte Han. ~  TH2L0UGI1  T23  .Grandest   Sconory,  In America by Uayli^ht.        '  '  Attractive Tours durhiif Pe-.-,-,,, r.r vlvil, '  lion on Omit Lake- via l/uh.i.V u ?,,���, ���' CT '  with Muajilflrenl lW.mg,����� o ,,!��� J v ,'���,'{ '  west and Northland.   . -it-.iijioie. ..o.m  ,  For iiiajK. ti<-tc<;fsa,,d  cuiimj, to infoniiaticn I  Trading Co.. N'. ,,n.l K. S. i;>!, or "' "'i I  C. G. L"IX��L\\ General Ayonl,        j  ��� r ,   ��� Siiokan?. Wash. !  If. I. WJLITA'EV, G. J>. &'l\ a., ;  iSt. PatiU Miii:... i  V. .-ox  #  :$<5,c  ";;f.5>99.P,  'ipj'poof  lofboo.  :20ft)bo  f "i'i  Saw  Roaci:*.  Mill,  iiiTdiiii  ,\ "NT r -.  :it.t  "he'  -Cirs'ds Tl-.fl  (: ......' ���".������rand arsd'. \VI:jj.  '���;-,; There is no subject'-  periling wivi;;}; so nrnny  .��� According, to, <-i,:i /ancient jo'iAy ono/puly  ��.iskcd,another; '���' \\'hy','is. your bithor using  ji'cciokadc?"'   "Oh, f:a's just, .join'bd' tho  f;:inhy'aifd f nil vy stores If'/ And j'.-ia-ri.vpeo-'  'pkvsecib���.'f-t.o. tbiuienb"   aiiofhbig at.ail beyond ilibffaetfnf ascertain  fufnciipt of-'sociabeininCnco.' .There . is/id  : rcid law-upon ;t:he;muirer,: which Ls siinply  ���gpvoniedaby Ibug ���established' custom and  'usage.'',fff AA'apapf" /'':���', A. ''Apf'���.;���������.;������.-.-  ���f ���A'ccdrdingftborotfo.fthfo-o.''ard-thfepf kinds.  iff Th'igl-ish cryfkit(];��,,iiifusp;ab;fhc;jndjneni  .���tho: to}alp the f,military and the naval;;"  There is'Tio such thing/aS, a. "civil servico:  cockade.'ff Tbo' royal ccokadp caii; lip; easily:  recogi :f kdii; .It' ,is: qb ite oi re id ii r. ,f, I tf i :i:!p,  :--h"apo ,iudch,;jiko;.'f^doubi6 '.'lirihliaf aiidis  til/i ?,  o. ha.  '-t ���#  3 Oil LIT &  ���;���worn so  .;! fep of. tb  '���laCdpkadcs ajpl  i'mdl-O,,- ������'J'h'f:-,;.'!  l.iii.osfc.iinnn'ljy'"-  half of  it if  Rccnabovo tl:   , _ ...Oa  ���'It' is also 'b;i'gcfitha;p.o*fher  ;���:,.:ectS'iitificai'd very iiViic'li  i li'ftu-'y cockadeyisy thpf ppca  ion-..   J|. consists of ;a s;iPilb:  T  '<'   ii"   It'xp.nitloil    on     (In  !1"o!!m\ ing. .Mbn ^.-'  if  m  Canadian Pacifi  ^Railway  Aud So3-Pacific Line.  Direct Houte ..  and Superior Service.  To KLpXI|IK-K iuxl'YUKON' (Jold l-*i(.'(j,  Io I'aci'iL- (. na^t. L'hhm. .faji.-..-, .,.,i,l Ati-P.-h ���'  ioJsA*tcni!ind Kiimh-jU1 j(0;;(lj,. '* *"  Ticfcct*. issued tluou;;h'.uid  h.i'T'rr'c  /���iicekcd   lu  Qii-Jjjiaiiuii.'"'''  " j  Tourist Gars-  FliOM   IIEVl.:i>Ti��iCI3 j  ' O r  DailytoSt I'.iul.   Ilnibvlcxcopl vr?docK-        l  il.-iy 1"  Kii.stern Canadian  and   b*.  H.  Jiuiirl.-i. .  ��� r. ��� p \ * -' *! -*  A \S I f�� * �� a �� J  ^*i .1   \J .*-.   -->  Tl."  cireid;ir,,i;ir()jcctiori', from tiio top of-Avhicih  .���fs��iics:',;v.f,-i)i.-sli'ni','.(kf.,'di!ii..-i^  ap that'.'tlio. fa iii Fb;iped: Ornh'nj.om, projects-  iiihoyn thV.top-ofdbp:h':if.:*/il!i'ft]nrdfshp'iJo  ' ���th(> navalaedeka'dc���-hiis nof .fan, -and''is  f oval inphapc. - Tt isworn ��� titftbb 'sido,'so-  I that no' pti'rt'.ofi'iti. project!;: hbovoft be fop .of  i tjio, hatp.-Tho )piHt:iry c?iokaiio is,:vfofn 'by:  J tbo servants of.thosp boldingjidlifdryyputy  j rnissidiis---vix!foibco?'S fij):f,t'b4f;n'my/iifili-.  ��� j tin faiid ;fvolvint<A-r^ ;n;dy byfiorilf"lic.id.;;n-f  ������! .ajitg.'!coiiVJiiirift-.%i'orsbfflicin,ciihii.c:y/dc^  I'liifutunaiitsniidf high ElKa-iffs-aaThe naval,  i^cockadbdEivorb ''byliti;a,''H)rviirits of, naval-;  f'bibcers.b ''������" , ���" V-. ������'���' -';-'' A ���������,���'������ . ������.'���"���������" ��� ' '  "Coj  i-ii .���;���������. yitii'  " fdbpiging ' ....  Ai:ie;-ii;an L-fU'l  .���atdpriouthpsu-  ��� t.IjVj ���'Oliijt.-ljjl'a,.': botni  ipd ��� tinviifiict fab froTib tho .city./pBut,  p'-y of ticceKS^iS'liiJs-hdnie'js, the//ipthiJi  ���lends very litfki.f,timo dnaj't/fpr ifisfivifo  disii>;itJpidio,gnd,,'ey'i'Mi in this:pertptl-oy  y.i ..costly at)oa;-dptiio shlpa ...At,sea and  ain/'urtdgn ports, whpji tlfey. speak of, homo,':  iftiieyfiiieanjfqfvpoib'sc,, ftlicirjbpuicfonLeiig',  ifIsland.f but practically', trieyfimake -tlidiic  |,'hb.iiic '.in'tho Calvin of tlid-.biii'rk',.. lind'xiconi-  fffoi't-ablb'iwinoiobf, ,'.''-,-������ ������ -'.,'���/.���' ';"'.  '"'   Ujwit the wiih's���of t)ip iiialn'rocini of ''this.::  ���'.cnhiiipAylilc^  ...inc'b.slfjtis.f thei-o'-'arovtyvr)? pictures 'off thp,:  : b'ar'k itself, 'fMI-i'ie^u ri'tt'-'tiitst,.i"ii'b't.i>-.]ri.-ixitic'rt 1 jfis  f but, IfisidoffrourVd henp rbof f ui-nishing. of-;  ������'th'i't rponjfis:su^h' asfmighft bpa'sceii, infany-  froohffriey^tcd.tf) liko purposes ashorp.f Irt j  fan"iilcdvo.���cn'.tiiio,S.iiia isa.pian.o.pupon .tli.ii ,'i  ^b'flicr"siilefis''"i'i ^din: plnf flie; cifntdrfpffthci 1  ..i,ooin,.-'l.s'''- a ������tvi.blii.ftijion" which ftkoroffnro '  '.cr evil   <J.r  il:r.:    lie  Cir   .    Jisnl  tin: Ilf'-nli"..  "Ge'irc-c. " 't.jid  the  yonng wife. "i.-h;it  a trie i\e:-ld )- iho matter wilh p spa?".  ".Matter with japa--' he ^an! in surprise. "I don't, know What's lie I ecu  doing fo stir  you   upY    Cut   u.-> off   in his  Will.-"  "Oh, bo was going on at a great rato  Iti't mirJiti, ."-o man.mn said lie io!d ber  thai you was aboir .'.her too by and that  Jin played cards loo much l.ko a gan.bk-r.  You don't, do yon, ileori'e;'' "  fbopks and'scwiiig.ffiinb-lfcro-iiiportf wholfp'  i'i. a a  ,   ���       ' ��� -  on an oven1' k  \.-i-*o or  i j ttr*/~i  a a f ���'   I1*! v'  t-  f^h.O f��'i*r<r^  'i e bA :\ * 3    *,3 *T  -*--t, -^y 'O fl   ��^ -Jty.  ClW  is .-mil i.-idb s h.-i*. e no right at, all  4'  Al A  UkjiU    ];  fWCj'iM  to anyiSfpckudo ,pnic  nijoyc descriptions,;/  Handvorfcaniof/utaf  ks> ti <w . -J  "���ft*'  s'i. * i.  0  If. 1 -s  f!-< i 53 x* X.r  a  1 iH'Liy-  ^ fi -.  'i -*-,��, ,. J,  ^-i f. 'o- t-a ,*^  :COi,n,inf; vVitabi tho  :The..b!6(rk;:cbckti,.lo;bf  .  ....... ^,..,..,.,���uaiuuj.,fusb,fin/|hiA country;  ,   Aviih fhofJlanbvcrians,; though in ftfii3 days;  .:'��� pyyheufhtrtsAvoi'ofwnrAt  ;.  ing. up .iitTho -'sido,: t,ho ' cockado'.ivasfwdrtb  ���������"',.iinf.he'ir '���.imiiuia ffobjcfctidp ���-.' toff o very tin ng;;  ,-';" I' 2^ i n'-q^-; ci;i.��i i i pA-: s tf:i r't iia'^ Vi-1 j b V; >v H i(-e -;;_. cticic a d b; b,;'  Wliich/yas wbrnpbydhit',oillccrfliyboftook,,  :, part,;in;thtbTacobiterisi;hgs,ai^3t tlio"yyhitof:  , fcockadofbnoyer: liad anfaniilogauspisnggfto/  ���' tbe bkfckf ifockadc'of.llaiidvcr.Aiti is.ppssi-:  ./blo'ftt finny 'iirathc TiitiirO.fforfwb'fbcarfdf:  :. cnogciitleiiiiii.h.'bcrongii.'g tb'f'ftlio'fOril'urbf'-'.  "...; t h o'.JV lifi'to'- It oiibv-\v. 1 j of ;:ls.-:-f.-i ��d iii.st-ivi qiiffly vso v-���/;  i. ihii".i!j)"l".o;stHi:u'-.aii" :oquipage.fiu'for(leiAbrffc/]  ; in'i H'ti''rtii.-ft'rfuili; 15offrrVay,-i.'.i116u ij'b-, th-b.fwIjito''"-''  ���eockado. ���'���''��� Oencalcgici  . fhbship st.a.nd  f/iio\ycrs;:, Tiiii r/oinf is  liglited .atfifiight :by  f 'Spreading shade,: bVl,t ivhlcip instoad.of be,.  "���j,. ingfii,phe!d;;byf;;v stifnibird ivitb, ]h;pl;;resting  fCcin thibf!borffb5:';bci:o,:fsuspopdbrlffroiiipfhc  'f':,ileWk-W'j(i.-!ii!sf:ivi!iid,.^��;c^  '/bgl.VoN/rhcad.;/ I'liere; arc, lu'rifiMlee]).up/  fdndvf(.i'i:-(l nidnciinb-icand-otheb'Sa'sy chairs,:;  pfandphc'fo are-/riigs fori, tjio'noqr.f; f'lt lsfo':  i;;hp]ni''!ibC!.an(l/.'t.ti'b'oti'vef room.f f,   ' f ';,//-'���  '.;;.''--l''.KoiT,vir��i.:,of'.-;.'this.';^  -cpbin;,;' which;' is also, tho'"ship's  diningf  foonbfp -The,   mszzvniniast fcomes ftlown  tbrdip-h the of for pal t"df this/rodnipgoiiigf  "i'biyed caid- liko a i/ambl ��r.- I don't-  t kiioi'.' w hat bo means. I've pb.eed a<T,--.irist  him t\M> or thice times nt the club, and 1  hlip; o��t" because I calieil s'omo of hi-, par,  1 ham's that lie was trying to bluii thiongh  1 played h,ko a gambler. Oh, I've got him  down to a lino point, sure. I can loll when  be'-- hiufbng evej-y timo I caught him in  it w h'-n I asked for jou, and I noicr forgot hi1- motion  "Didn't, 1 ever tell you? Well, it was  this iv,-.y Wh.cn I ,-i-kcd him, bo made a  I" i cut. bluff abm.t it beimt ha.'d to give you  up, and ho didn t know u bother ho v.ould  {���on-c'ii1-, .-imi J knew hc v.-;ih ikad anxious  to g.-t, yon oil Iii.-. liards"��� ���  "Why, blcorge, you mean thing."  "Well,   th.it'��   ;i   fact,   nnd   during   tbo  lime he, nnd a jiectiliar  motion oi   pulling     --. - ^.^.^..  ...   .m ms nngciic cjiinlities.  tbe ielt rr.d of hii-' mushvhc \\ ith hi-, right . Very likely hu wpi take the opportunity of  band Thin I e'liiglit, him in rJiu san.o tolbng you n hat, hi-, trim opinion of you  thing nt on" time v, hen 1 tried to n.ll him km, been all along. \.be;i you hnvo liciril  f-oiiin li.-ftt class I ank ntock 2 or :' per cent onough, you tako his watch out of your  under tho matki't price. IIo pulled his jacket, poclat nnd give it to him safu and  inii-nuhc   the i���"ii.i'��-ii.   -."-I   " ��� T '     Round.  ,i-*or, of course, you haven't really dropped  his wa.eh, but a broken  ono   which  .IIiui Than  Yourself.  Most people think themselves vory clover  ff they aro ablo -to do\i.--o .yjinn catch or  practical joke, but tho individual who in-  lented Ihe latest tri'jk which is catching  on i.- ' rtai.-iiy entitled,to regard himself  us a genii-.,-} in bis wiy. This is how you  proceed:  Ask  n   friend   the  time, and when   ho-  takes out his watch sa3":  j     "That seems a nico littlo ticker.    Let's  ha\o a loolc at it."  ! With an air of prido hc takes It off his  chain and band? it to you. Just as you  aro about to cxniiiino it, it slips out of  your hand and smashes on tho lloor. Tho  gl<:'.-s break's, tho caso comes off 'and tho  works part company.  "i on are awfully upset about it, you aro,  really, ,'ind so staggered that you can do '  nothing but put your hands helplessly into  your jacket pockets and stammer your  tipologie.-,. Hut you soon recover yourself,  and, stooping down, you scoop up the  pieces wiih your two handsnnd offer them  to your friend. You might just smilo  gently. It rather improies tbo flavor of  tho joko.  You arc ablo at this point to saniplo your  friend's langi.ago and to pot him to givo  on exhibition  ol   all his angelic qualities.  inint.-uhc- the .same way, and vet I knew  how.-.-, biulbng uhen j-0 =..;,! )l(; ^.dn>t  uanrtli,.  stock      I tcmomUn d   (hat mo-  f'tabJ;:  ���������ii .also .'through  'hatfcnd of-tln/fixcd  ���������5%-pT-;  '' Magfi/ino  HAD  A  GOOD   BREAKFAST.  Coniiec(i<m.s   -ll-iily    (except  Sutul.-'..y)  To Itcvolslobc .'ind Mni.i fdnc poii.p,.  **. m. I.v.   -SLOfAX   CITY .\,-r.  6Wo p. m.  To N'clsuti. U-jislo. Trail aad Ko-.-l.n.d.  ^jtoonbr.   HI.OCAN  CITV  Arr.  ri:^<ir:   m. I  Kokmieo leaves  K.-ruslo <rn  Tr.c^bn.- und   i-'ti !  <lay--.ofc.-u-h weukai:i:lJ ji.ai.  for' loimd trip!  io Ijirdo and A'lg.jnta. ,  Ascertain present '  a . ,  R-Ocltxceci  '      ' Rab  Ami full iiifdt-ir.al ion bv  THOMAS FlKXDKli'HOK,  n^JMil, or  8��Jiif J( 1;^ S  \^ yy>.,n c^f*. <  \_- La  Ia  I?        <r^  TC7 -���)   .���-  A*.*.    .At   A-~  i.  y*%  k   t-Sv.  - "T5 ,f*Z #"*&-.*��  ���^5,W^-S'-',  fsl.��  ft  LXjil   \^,  U  6 =' <  i     --*  rr\  ns  t* V .' L  liU  -A';$V��  : a r!  %L i_7  "4^."    -.A  a   < h r.  i-- in,  Tho Clil fjolriicr Tnld t.'re An'abJo Stranser  Ko'.v IIo (ll/tnuiPd it.  Ono day late  in tlio  eighteenth century  , tho great l-hnperor   Jo��0[ h of A'ustria was  i out driving, wb.en   a   heavy shower   cams  j up; as tho first big drops fell an eld soldier  j of tho invalldes c.mohobhling to the door  of  tho carriage and nsked fo be  taken in,  I because, he  said, his   uniform   was-new,  ' and he aid   not want   to  get it wet.    Tho  ��� emperor, who was raking (ho air as a pri-  , into gentleman v. lib no marks of his rank  I about turn, told tho old nam to get in, and  . r.t once fell  to   talking with hini very nf-  1 fnhly.   ^c-jn tho sul/'b-r mentioned that he  had had a capif.-il bieokfa~t ibni, nioimng.  ''Vii'.-'.t, was it"' a^ked tho emperor.  "UlT'l-s"  The om/.eior r.in  ovcrr.il   the dishes he  '  could think ot (Lai, wore l.cr.t hkul ameng  tin- comtrou soldiers, but to every tiling ho ,  :;K.iit!i.;'t.il   the   bnt.lid   iitiMveicd,    chuc-  I.Iing, "Jjett, r  than   that."    At I.i-t,  tho  i mj eicr gii ing up (ho   pu/.:de, he ship'ed  v, giving/ to nhisffcahbr a .decidedly  ���t-'-iifar-ifi't. toiieibaQpeningoff the ntain/'ahin  if tborp/iiro/sanuin her fpf '..rooiiis; inchiriing  ]' .tlio;c,-;.:;1ain's. rrfioiiiffAi'Iiicdi is of ample s;ize.  j 'Tnefcisfli/re alSofbTpdniTot-ftbo-enptiiiii.'s :  I ,d<i:aghter,',.who/.soinctiipesfsails with-'liJni.'  "fAs.ls.feastvHia'ry.piii.iA  :f ships,;ih'6t'i.! aro'ftw-o "or tliroo sfatci'ooiiisf for,  /pissscngers,, whoffnre carried,'Syhcu alhey'  a.d!Ter;a/On.-;hifr':l;^t;yoyagpff,to Africa this'''  f vessel; carried .three. ptissengersfA'f'f-;. ;f ;i  ./,���The��� capt.'iin:lin's^-snUeil��� foif'finai'i'y- years;;5.;  ho is Acquainted fin; ports fall' afotni.d the,.[  ���.'v.;4T'hl,' and/vbeifeycraho fgoesffthci'p i.-a-na ���!.  f lack of social life��� (cirf li'3iiispi'f-:��ui,d;,liis.\vii'o.,'fj  'fThcy bayo. inoro   iiiyit-iitIdnsf ashprcfthnn-ff  (liey can nccept, tin'dtbey feiitortain guests j  ,,abpai-ilfthfosb.ip,pvfiich is indeedtheirfiloatv'.  dug -diQ-ng./bntf that -theyffdo/nbt forget ff  ftheir/ho'ino n.sho.ro may easily, bo imagined ,1  ffroiiethe fapf that tiie.ship''s name: is made !,  up 'inpiirt of fthopnain^ off fho-captain'ofj  honic towoff���'Now.York Sini. ,,  f.a af   '' ���":'.-.  in, and l'u' u^cd it to good ;:dv.-intai.'o.  (> " ^'o-i m', ue b-:\c been in t-ivo or, Ihreo  Idt'c   ^Ki.ngs   tit-   tho   club,   and   onco   I  ���'���aught bim  rt.-indmg   jiat   and   trying  to  1)3nil hii  hand  thro'igh, and   in a 2i> cent  g;i;ne too     lie pulled bis mustache just in  ibatsamo way, ami 1 kept him in (he game  arid finally (tilled hini.   IIo was mad a little bit ;}iiyh(Av.    IJtu 1 have watched him  eviiiy timo  and   ho   always gi\es   himself  away nil is that pull cf  tho left hand side  nt his iiii.stjiche with his right hand.   And  :f bo doesn't get out of  that ht.bio I'll got  oil of  your mama's.spending   money and  pnt it in your pocket ouwy timo.  ".Mayhu, as a mntferof policy, though,  I had better let- him woik a few of those  blmfs through just b:r tho snk'-of keeping  peace ln tho family."���Cincinnati Com-  uii'L'ti.-il Tribune r  you   happen   to   bo   lrl   possession  of, and  which serves on   moro than one occasion  It let]uires  a  JitUo  sleight  of  hand, but  your  victim,   who   suspects,   nothin",   19  easily deceived.  Q If this joke doesn't become popular, it  will be because very few people havo silver  watches to play with. ,I3ut thero is n danger, as was illustrated in the case of a jdk-  lst who tried this on a very hot tempered  m.-in and got such n "pasting,!' before ho  could explain tho truo stato of.affairs that,  hc bad to keep in bed for a week, whoro ho'  passed his timo in trying to think out who  ! had the best of tho joko.���Pearson's Weekly.    ,   MUSHROOMS.  CALLED   "BAILEY'S  MISTAKI  -:t--  \   r>.  AUDIENCE  OF  ONE.  Hown Man Savc-.I His Life by Xot Eating  I Them.  j     A   dish   of  mushrooms was served to a  'party of  politicians in ono of  the leading  restaurants tho other'night, and tho ro-  r fusjil of ono of tho diners to partake of;  ' them because ho was not expert enough to  dotcrmino for  himself whether thoy woro  fid's, knee", iind' declared   he;  "A Kalny Sunday at Church Whk-Ii the Paa-  1 tor Will IvOU<y Eeaicaibtr.  ;      Dr.   I'tiyson,   tho  famous  and   beloved  ' preacher of Portland, Me., used to tell the  following poitiled story:  Ono wvy fctotmy Sunday ho ivenc to  church, more from habit than because he  Ci-pccted to find anybody there. .Just, after  he-had stepped inside tlie door nn old negro can.e in,' ttnd a.^ked 11 Dr P.*v.-;on v.-as  to preach thero' that; 'ri.-.y, o:-c;daining that  bo w;is a stranger m town, and bad Leon  adiisod io go to hi-, ehurch.  "Upon thti,t," paid Dr. I-'ayson, "I n.'ade  up my mind to pi each my sermon, if nobody ebe camo." '  No.-ihdy  c-lso  did   come,   so   rho  doctor  preached to ihe choir and the old negro.  .  Some incut lis a ifcrw;.rd  ho happened to  W. F. Andickson,  Trav. r.is.  * i^ LM    {  F..J. COYLF.       ��� j  Oisfrut P.iSM'Pg;.;!- A^ou, !  VaiH-ouviT, Hr-tii.sh   C'o!uii)b-i,-j. ,'  i^lk'sure yuut-iickol n-iaU via C. I'. P.. '  A n n  w ,*   ��- .)     ��-  Jouh  SriAfdoo,:,��������  I  IMTER^ATJONAL NAVIGATION and  eft  wto.  aiw  \rjr  ST:I 5,OQO/,Jx.I5,qCX  ''f\if^rii'f:y.  s&\JXJ ���-!'"/"  phensjintfout :of  tho   impes-ia!/preserves.  pThb/;n;perorba:gbed syinpatheticfallyyaud  1   tiie Subject was ohnbged.    A\'hqii ft hey*-lTaTi  , ��� d ri yen soinoi t i nie, I he poor :po;',chor-, a fit ct  rcco.uiitiiig.some of Ids ciperi'enccs i'p. bat-  ���   tie, rem;i:-ked: ,.     /-'A; AA '���'���'y'.  .'���; p .'''/  ; /.'.You look likea'in.ilbary inan-, yourself;  arc yotbin tho'artny'r'" f .'������   ..'ap ..'.  Tb-d eniporor-said ho v.-ns, and'wns then  asked Md,;at posit ion -he held. '*f '  ���].': ."Guess," -"kaiii ft ho emperor. .,���'-. l;  The scldi-e.n'.gitossoilfand guessed agai:  had  taken, a .ptnee.i/thi),negro, arid.astiipp'ingfliiin.-askcd:  ���-'��� ' " ' ��� ' '-.how bo-"onjoyed  tbofsci-moii't-hrit storiby'  : Sunday, '-a i iii-: -,";', ff '/AAA' :"���,,-���'���',';, ���.  ���'.  ':,' Kiijoy  data sermon?" 'replied ; tho, old  ..man.'    "I; 'cJar,, doctor, I., ri.ebber hecrd.n  Town Ic .���Vlair.e With <i Kajrie That Ought  to  fie Chr.iieeiL  j    ' Tho posfofnce^defiartinenthnson tnimer-  ! ous   occasions   insisted   on  chnii"in'-   tho  , jia.tK'a  ot   oflices  even-when   tho   natives of tho edible or tho poisonous variety led to  , Iiaa no desire ior, such changes and protest- n somewhat animated discussion in which  ' ci. agam-t them.   If tho Washington poopio"  tho o'njoctor fu*!y held his own    "In most  are so loud of choosing appro|)t-iate names, iestaurants,",said ho, "tho tost applied bv  they should devote   their attention exelu- tho cook is that of inserting a- silver spoon  FiveJy to  those   towns whoso  inhabitants into tho vessel  of  boiling  fumd     If  tho  ..oMre relief.   .Such places aro surely to bo spoon turns black, tho  fungi nrVrcRarded  lound      1 hero  is one, for example, up in as dangerous, but if it remains  uncolored  the .ar casern corner of  21 aino.    It now they aro supposed to bo ediblo   Dr Hanr-r  rejoices in the name cf Bailey's Mistake. O.  Piffard, the  mycologist, declares  that  A   century ago it was  called   "Skunk's this test is a fallacy.  IIo also contends that  .".",tF0T      . , .    .r   thc   tCn"s   " PucUlc}��." <:"�����"��>" markings aro not sure signs in do^  ���nardscrabbe."      "Mink     Ilolo" *   and tormining    tho  edibility  of  mushrooms  .-uckcrviilo     wore  applied in  turn and The only suro method when   there is any  thon mopped because they didn't begin to .doubt is by comparison with elaborate und  convey the prciailing   idea.    There was a carefully prepared colored pl.->tes   '  now iimiio  every   year for a quarter  of  a "Xow I have  neither   tho   tinio nor tho  century or so, and the nominee was ready inclination lo go -to all   (hat trouble.  nor  ior more when bY.iley came along and shut do 1 feel liko taking  any risk for tho <=ake  ��V!!K" v!,1!l(! ���   '      -       ' 0I" '\ in?h  of  wl!ic;h !��'�� very  fond/but  baileys   >. intake was  named   for  Sam    which is not at all   necessary to my crist-  Pai.ey, a coamng  trader who used to sail    enco.    It  may interest you to know that  he  bn.-d  guessed .ovcrytbing   from   ser-  SjTJlS.  TRADING CO., Lid.  "iN'Tnii.v uin.\ ai." ,\n-i> "At 1u.1tfa'  Ki)un:N.iv.l-,iiui .\si> Kt\ 1 '.:.  'Sii'sVobt  �� T  15,000    Si 15,000  i.f -i  Summer Ga. ^.  INTERNATIONAL. j  Hoat loaves Kaslo al C;V> .1 ,.i- .-irivo- at ,S:l,i I  11.111 : leaves Aiu ,-A o,-t li,-,; li-t-", a.ai ,-, 1 r.-. L-^ at !  .Vtrfc111 '���lc'\v^ '�����"<��� ��-'V.nf 7:1.-1 ���.���,. auius1  ��t I'.-W) p.m.; leaves |.*i\(; ,-\nJ(> .,()mt .,, ,, t, ,��� I  sunvcsrit.,:IU p.ur ; nJ-ri\, - :it NVI-nu .1: ||'[.">.<'  ����.. leaves l:'.-, p lu_   i;vtv?. d.ij except !��� .iiid.u. ;  Tiii.^ is tin; PAY   ROLL  tint!,  will  nmke  TOWN'S: Tlik  -J ger.ut up itofnorshab and'to .every guess ho  I got the answer, V'fBottcr than that.": f   . .  j / K'at.hral'.iyfaftor aivh'iie the f��ruth-began,  ���i to dawn on; ldin/and. the. poor man was  i frightened', nearly on 5 off his wits, but the'  eniporor .o.-dydaughod,. told'-ldm   to learn.  ..discretion i.11 miikiiig coniidciioes to stran-  fgers, asked ,him..wberg fho -wanted f to go,  ! sot him down at, the right dour and never  [ took'any fuithifrf notieo of: hisf loss of a  I phctistibt than to fnnvko" it a favorite story  j tit cburtt���Exchange-.,',..',���      ..' c      '   -  ;' better one. pYotif see,. I-'liad a'sctit. pretty'  f; we'll������' u;)f'froi)t, nn   M'benebbcr .yoird   say  :'��� sopiotbin's pretty hardlike,'gin/do'Siris;pa  ':n.-en., I'd1 jess  look   nii' roun ter,see .who'  'you's'u-hittin, an 1 woi:ldn't.pee   nobody  on'y, jess  me'ff Anfal. says,to in'sclf, ''Kc  must therm -you, 1 *.onip, you's sec-h a drct;-:  fuf sinner/    Well, doctor, dat arc .sermon  set,-ip.o arthinki'n.yvhiit 11 big sinner I war,  ail 1 went an jinod tiie church dpvrn borne.,'  I'7p. a I'dca'coii now."-��� Christ kin Endeavor f  World..    ;'; ,{ '.' " !  tf -  .      a-wu.     cu    t\ll\A.t      111.IB  Dr. PilTard says that tho mushroom is  moro liko animal than vegotablo matter  and i.s coiiscquontly liablotorapidput.ro-  faction. A great many cases of poisoning  even when tho mushrooms aro genuine  have been traced to this cause." The rest  of the politicians ate thc mush rooms and  wero all right. Tho other ninri abstained,  and he was all. right too.-���Philadelphia  Press.  The  Coniir,  f. Two Crcsttfl'octs WIio WerefKliiub f  j In ...the roll, cf tbe great poets, of f hc past  j.t'.vb, :.v.-ho /hold' tbo very highest 'pi!aces,:  : lyeraf'for, nn irapofftint period ftif their  ;-.lives unpossessed of.tbo" power, of vision'���r.  ' Ifomerand Milton- Happily these,renowned follcv.-.ers��pf" tin; muses, made good uso  /of  their  eyes  in   youth;   otherwisib  it   is-  CroW Tactics IJmicjr ConiiiuinilarSilverepoi-  -' Silvcrs'jiot litis hammered, away at drill,  feabhing them all .the.signals and words qi.ffj  cdin'iuiindfih use; and   now it-'Is'-a.pleasurefi-  ' tpfsoe^tbemin tlio carlyuiornitig;;������<>������'���:��������� -f.   f|  .- '''Conipanyfl !"tbcf old ��� chieftain vyonld f  fci-y.;in   c,row,fti nil   Company  I wbtiid  an-.j  ,s\ver witli a great cbnbor. .;  a p      f'-;   p.j  "Fly.l"'; Antrbiniself leadingtheii) thcy,->  would...'.ill.fiy straight forward. - !  ��; "iloiint!" And straight, upward they 1  .turned'in.a inomcnt.. , ��� ."���' '/,;'f.' y; .'"' '*'|.  "Punch!"' And they all massed ',into:ti_j  iloiit.o,black flock/a -.���. ^ , ��� p > , ... '-'��� _ . =/  '.'Wctitterlf' And fboy'spread out; like |  leaves before, thp.wind.   ' f " ' ���'.  .".'.   '  'J'"orm; lino!" Anil fhcystrutig oiit inte  thoiof-"'*-���'  '"'  '*���       ���-���-'-���  into Lubec b.ai boras off en as onco a month,  fho "imslake"   part   being  added   at   tho  time of Ilaiiey's Ijstioynso, so lhat future  iia\ lgators  and   geographers would know  m hose mistake It was.    Tb.ero nro two waterways that   lead   uj; to   Lubec  from the  Atlantic   ocean, one a wide and navigable  ship   channel   and   the  other a wide   and  toe by sl.on! that  affords oi-c-elleiit pastiir-  ngo tor floundeis  ami   other fish of  small  draft     About ton   1 cars  ago   IJr.iley was  bear.ng his sloop up to fho Lubco anchor-  ,'.go and took tho wrung way. IIo knew all  about the shoal wator and the rocks and  had become so famiiiar.with tho course  that ho paid no been, presuming that his  sit op could find h-rway without help.  Thire   is whero   the "misinke"   cftino  in,  for tiusrmg too much to the intelligence of   .. ,,o,��   1:1.n, .soinmeu  as 1  his sloop thc craft \.out aground on tho someone was walking around in my room,  lock.? and v, as ehcwbd into toothpicks bo- 1 went up immediately to see. N'o ono was  loto m'irni"g thero, but every dsawer  in tho  room was  As nobody ever saw anything of Bailey open .".nd all my jewelry and valuables of  or his crew It is inferred that thc lbshes every description that I kept in my room  took what theto was left of them after tho weie-gono. It, took five or six keys to get  waves bad dono their work. ITom that at them all, as I had been very particular  date the teim "Bailey's Mistake" was at-   about keeping them locked up.    I had not  'An Invisible Clewi  "Thero was ono timo in my houc3keep>  lug career," said tho lady who had had  tho experience, "when I thought thoro  was no uso of locking doors,'for thieves  would break through anything.  "Wow'-ere sitting at dinner one night  when i hoard a tioiso  that sounded  as if  tached to this reach of wator nnd tho land  on both sides of it, and now the ctast survey charts have recognized tlio claims, so  that Policy's .Ml.-.rako has become a geographical fixture. ��� Troy Times.  .. ���  "  ....u in  1.   im rt>, u  ; !, :"-".l-'.k':iJv,'*''{,��i'ncl.^-j'jn   1   .,.;.,.   �����!,,  )V,,n!,"U''^-"l!nr*   ���i"'1',">'<>*   ���'    I'-".. :   ai nil-   ...  ���foiinorsl'cn-.v.-u S.-i.iii . .ni-iv <--it ���_'|i..n, I  ,...Mi'L.N ;'"' hi'ixh-  "I   ii.ehabd.    1 \,.,v ..,���-.���!���,  ��tl  t-S.   IiK.-rn.ilroiial  jmiji   N'cNi-i.   Sp.,1 ,.,���.   ,'  1 S'i,r"rIlr'jntsoii ICooU-Jiaj   Like  sniill:   >il   i'i   ,  illl'1 .?"��� "',I1   e.uiaeet  ^it IJ1.1i   puhil    .^ilh  tl,..  ?*..s- Albcrla. j  Tho coiiipiinj's st��n..-c:-s (Oiine. :   K'.wit<-u.i\ i  r;,,P.'U.l<ih,0l*ul ���)",ls U!l1,   '���"   l"i"'l-   01  Ihe  ��ii<I Kooleiiiiyi-ivcr. ,  iinlni   V,S   s"1'1  Jl'"1   l'.i.r(i.i��-..-   .he, !,ed   i���   ,..p  I'ointrt l,.v piirs��r.soii sU-.ii'icr- or .11 (���,i- ,,Mi<, .  r,  0  ���        -   (i- ALI'LXAN'DKlt. (.,'< a. .M.-oi.  I- O. HoxlL".'. ICnslo. il. <\  ������'ii:itc,d  at  the -j miction  *r I.Vcmoil and Sn ni mit  ���ol  'creek's nt .tlie iuoutii.  ���fno I win  Kootentifv  Nelson. ���  T ���1...  nvsr  Ol  , to  ind  tionof tl-.o-" Iliad  y that   difease of   th  fjicni' of ' thi.-ir wontet  wl'iolo of (he '' Odyssey.  tho.occur*e.uoo of ili'is  /Millon is sfiir'rd lypuost  havo  .pennr.ncnrly lost   hi  aitailced  eyif-s which robl.H'i!  powers:,  Put   the  was composed after  rent nii.-liap.  lioghij.'hc.rs to,  sight   in li.!5-l  ,i  iho far .left. A, ininuie or tyvo later Sib  .���'vcri-pot' Wotihl cry ont,.''A ,m.-in- iviih .a  gitn!" Tho sentries repeated tl-.o 'cry and  the. company flew at 111;  on:  dt'ly asp  r-l,  ,ile-,';iy.  i alter a progressive'  r.iid wtsrr.b  several years' duration.     "Paradise Lost,"  Was- not 'published   t ill. ��� 10'ti7, and   it was  was  perfectly  re in open order a/  dblo-.towtird tho trees. Onci  behind these, .they formed line', again in  calory and returned, to the home janes.���  ".Silvcrspi.it, tho ^tory of a Crow,", by  Krncst fciotcn Tk'ompson.'in.ScriLncr's.  AtlaD tic���^5^  Steamship  Line.  composed   When   .tho   poet  "ew York Ledger,  bllnib-  iov fiiriiie;'.information apply to  in  ff���i  2    0  r*\  ^t?0  -J  '' a ��� \ < ���/ ti s., \ j �� 5; . vj a  From Monire;:  .Mav I I  . ..M'iiv -f  .'..Ma.V 4  '.Mav" 1,1  ;.>lay.7  May Pi  j-ikc WimiijHsg���Buavor.- Lino  ifko OnU.rio-Beavw. Line. .  1eiitoni,;--W.hite Hiw Line. .  Britt-uiio-\Vlii)e��i'te:r'(/,.,,  Luoaiiia.-Ciiijard   lino  horvia���Cunni-il  U,ie...f ...,-,y  *>tntc of Nebraska-Allan Stale Lino. Mav ->  �� russia--A,iioiu);- LiMbv. ..... ...... ?��I,iy"|.|.  ��-,,.:           '            f             I-'roin M imt real  J>orkrlnrc -Dominion   Lino *'      -  S>oninnon-.-Don,iiirion Liive  .  ��><>iirentia,i--A3tei Li.Rof,  a.-iri,sc!m'..-Aliaii   Uite   ,   1'assages arranged mitwnnl  '"and from aM Em-opc-.-w. ������!���  tsr��''.s ticketed tin-on^.'    i\,r  ^fpnaalbmadib-esir^viC. 1   T. KENOERSO^'Slbcan Citv,"  WSLUAIV1   SUIT, Qon] Agt.  ' 0. P. k.'O'iJcoa, \\  . i,I a v /  r.I:iv"'b!  f.Mliv 7  AGENT,  Slocan Citv  'A. ' '-.'.'     .    '     ' ,  y (in ".     '���.'''���..-..,���   -'  Appfcwfialt,   Sheifwood' <5 Cc  . -. -r ���  '.  .'.���;��������� TvCison  B.  C.  ^-* f  -^.  cA?  . .^  I.V  (������yL^M.y^fifif^f?  A'. ���yry'yi^:Zfmy-.^A;\_ JA  i  ' .   ..'        . .   II i�� C:vm: C'ciit'cHccI...... '-..  i     Tbcy tell  the   following   in-connection  with ������John  Allison,'tho w/M known Mub-  deiiberg Jawyer:'. .ioh.'i is very much o'f a  wag, and on ..one .occasion; oven when  deal h was staring him in llie face, he could  ��� not, repress his disposition, to.'-bo funny.  .: He-hceame ill tit ids homo in , Greenville  ; with what was "supposed to lie heart dis-  i ease, anil a physii-i:::i wtfa haslily snin-  i moned. ?,V!un ho arrived, .Fob. 11 was gasp-  : ing for breath, and-, bis friends ex-pi-eted  ' .him to,die at any minuto.     When the doc-  jtnr asked lum wliat was the mailer; lie  .-{���iK'i.lly replird, "Doe. 1 l-.avo an 'int.im.-itian  1 that my ease i.s about-to bo ciilleil, and, if  ��� jiossible, I want to get ;i com in ba nee."  ; The .doctor went to w.ork witli hi:::, tin,I, ]  ' ciinii'iu-y   tir everybody's   e);;cctai-ioii, did   :  get Jiihri- a   eoininuauee, and   he   is  s-t111  alive and pi-.-iei icing   law i;r   Givi'.nvill.oi  Madisonvi'llo (Ky.) Hustler.  Uutlor��T<;Uinl   i'!��-,y of IIIvors.'  F. R.'Spearman writes cf ������'Queer.'Anier-  1 ic.'in Ivivcrs" in .St. N'iehol.-'is.  .Speakin',' of  ' tiio riycr.-i.of thewcsteuVplains Js'iv. Sjtcar-  ni,-:n stiy.s: The   irrigation   engineers have  r.-i',;,ly   discovered    Ki,.-i;.ething .wonderful  : about 'oven thoso desnised rivers.     Diirinjj  the very driest sotisons,.when the stream.i.1  apjrarciitly- quito. dry, tliero is still a greal  body of w-atcr runn'.ing in the sand!     Lik��  a \ast  spongo  tbo  sand .holds the water,  yet it flows'continua'ily, just as if it ivert'  in plain sight, but i.-.oro siowly, of course.  ���.'The volume maybe estimated by tho depth  iiaii breadth' Of  the sand.    One pint of  i  .will-hoid three-quarters' of a pintof water.  This is called (he  underground   How, am!  is"'peculiar   to   this  class  of   rivers.   " Py' j  ine:.asof ri itches this water may be brought '  lo iho stii-f.-ico.for irrigation. :''.'���  A''13it~ 111 less Aatifst.  Most of, the .'intifat compounds that hro  of tiny value whatever have for their .basis  the berries cf the common poke root."  These'  liguio under tho somewhat hr;h sounding  title of  Phytolacca tabictk-    They contain  about one in two  drops of  prepared berry  juice to Ihe tablet   Th..t theyaie useful in  1 educing flesh has been pruied biyond tho  shadow of  a   doubt, anil   this without injuring th'o health in any way whatever.   In  fact a 'number of   persons who' bave-tlred  then! ha\'C'discovered  that, rheumatic and  other. troubles   havo,   been   decidedly  decreased.  'J hc-e tablets are not a proprietary  remedy���at least there is no  monopoly in  thoir manufacture any more  than there is  to quinine  or witch hand���but that they  lire .i worthy addition to the pharmaccpa-ia  is  admitted   by   thoso  whoso   c.vperienco  gives them the   right fo  bo heard.     There  are. few tilings more distressing to the possessor than abnormal if.-.t, and  any simple  and cfiicacious rcniciiy would be hailed.by  thorn with delight.��� fN'ew York Ledger.  booh out of ftho.'.rooni inoru than 15 minutes/and how any ono"not familiar with  every inch of the hou'-o could have accomplished such a piece of��work was a mys-  teiy. There was ono thing 1 noticed upon  entering the room and that lyas a peculiar  odor. Id was liko a mixture of cheap perfume. I had never smellcd anything liko  it-befoi-o.  "Wo notified thc police and they worked  on tlio caao for weeks, but could mako  nothing out of it.  "Ono day v. lien I was passing through  tho laundry I noticed that &aino strange  odor.  ".���'.Mnry,' what's' that you aro ironing?'  said I, for . it seenied as if tho odor cairn"  from the ironing board.  " 'It's sonic of my brother's handkerchiefs, ' said she-  "Wo investigated,..niul of courso found  that the brother was iho thief."���Detroit  Frco IH-iss.  Kirald arid Mis Prayer.  In tho new polyehromo Piblo tho namo  of the Deity is given as Jhvh, thisvowol-  Jess form being as near the original IIo-  brt'w a,- the Knglish alphabet can express  it. This remiuds a writer in tho liochestet  Post Kxprc-s of a ��tory told of tho famous  Gorman professor, Lwald,, who onco inserted a parenthetical footnote to a prayer.  ,_+   ts ^r,*-   Lwaldivas in the thick of alight (such as  isr,  is n 01,.      ,    , ^, ....,, , ��� ���   .  scholars   wage   tho.-0110 with   tho  other)  with the eminent   Hebraist Gesenius when  and prepai  rales and full  it., aipent, o;  H'l  ���v.c  I.  A 1,'V'S c;  j 7'he  Col.-:r��-'iI   of It. |.  j Dorothy had b-eai'il soii.c ono singing  (hat classical jirbtlu'ction, 1 ho " bitlle ,-\ hi-  b:i 1.��mi Coon,:' on the .-.freef. Presently she  came to ber niotiier nod asi.-;ui:  "I'.biinina. what, decs 'swat,; mesnr!'  ;      " What do you think Vnat it nu r, ns.:-" ;  "We,11,   1   don't   know,   fi  ir'po'so't hnt ''swat' fc ��-:nlci-e<!  ilarpcr's Pn  ��� A'Slavu l'.> Iriiiy,  "I Intend fo show you, sir," hr.in 'th'o  juih-re, as bo pat the bin;;, of fintu.-n ihe  g.-iifevnan who h;al i'lin numiing hi;  \vi:-a '.'that wilo beating, in I his country,  is an expensive pro time. "  ���  I didn't dt. it fur ]-asi ime.'vonr  The Foot Kent.  The   inipo'rtaiieo of   tho fob'res  widely   understood,  nor 'is it sufficiently  dwelt niion oven by (ho advocates of, vari-   ,   . ���     ���-   .   par--,;--;���-���-���������-' ���p..-.-.  ous sorts of rest curel Everv .woman ,�� :,ras�� t0 V���*'- ���� h'�� ��'����ssrooni. And he  should,know'that it is essential 'to her phys- L-egan thus in slow, solemn voice, "O thou  ieal well being that sho  have a   fbotstool    erc^   omniscient,   infinite   '.fah.' '* .and-  as well as u chair; that a reclining chair, "���?" 'l,ddc'cl1' l;'" <" himself, "not *Je-  beeause'it,removes tho weight of  the body - hovah'   as that fool Goscnius says." ���     . -'-���  entirely from tho feet, is more restful than  even    tbo   very   American   institution,   a At the, iJoxOH'.ce.  "rocker," and that in every kitchen a high ���      "TTave yon sold the. dog seat yet?" asked,.  oiTico stool  shouldd'onu i-.iit of   the furni-   tho  joker as   ho hurried  up   to the ticket  tare.    'Tlio maids idiould be encouraged to   ofiice window. i  sit, so far as i.s possible, at, their work.  Tho stool gives a, sr.piiorL to the feet by its  rounds. p  tho, cnlpiit.  ��� Ci;;(:!ii>ja-i  "To:.  mtiire  done  Afoinlay with tho 'ancient Greeks was  the day of rest,. Tho Persians, set apart'  Tuesday as ihe day; lor public worship, tho  Assyrians ��� Wednesday, the Lyyptians  Thursday,, while.the Moslems hold i-'riday  as tho niost sacred day of the week.  "Dog sent? What nro yon giving us?"  responded the ticket, seller. " You must be  in a dream.     This i.s no nienagerio. " '  "Ah, I seo you .-ire not on," tho joker  continued. "I wtmt K-'J. "���Portland  Argus.  Tho earliest thimbles wero mado of leathr  cr, but i.n tho seventeenth century they  U-oro of gold and silver, principally gold,  and enriched with rubies and other gems. MM^waoi^saBasEgMaiiitiiJij  m  i \  ' fyd  ���  '* t  i l i  ������'���; i  l      '  "1  i  -.1  !   ,  i   t*  -  ,f-  -  (  '������'.  r*  ,1     !,'(  ( >  <; i  -���A<  I ,      :  ;!ffl:  aamsnaiawyj^^  .TKwartngr^M^-.TTr -:*raacammi  THE MB CITY LHABBB-L  Published in tbe interest of tlie people  of Moyie City and East Kootenay.  Wm. P>aillie is in Victoria endeavor-  g to   contest  Col.  Baker's   election,  .-    alleging brilary, undue influence   and  SMVTH & ^ILSGii.VVj;  r. ,j. s.'.iytji.  I'ublliilicrM.  Editor.  i:.rri:<- or scr.se kittiox.  One Year :,'. ?2,00.  All ccmiiiMunciitioiis lo'lhe editor inusl be  accompanied I.y.the writer's name and address,  not lieco.-yanly for publication, but as evidence  of good bull), Advertising rules made known  upon application,  corruption   in   many   forms.     Paillie  was defeated 'squarely  and   honorably  by   Col.   Baker,  and    his   action    in !  attempting to dethrone the  Colonel is .  only a .continuation  of   the  stubborn  and erratic taelics hc pursued  during  the campaign.    If Baillie  is   wise  he  will   frankly  acknowledge  hi3 defeat  and   forever in the future  divorce   his  mind o'f political asperations.  DRS.BRODIE& WATT,  GKXEl'AL    ritACTITJON'JSHS.  CRANBROOK a.vj> FOKT STEELE.  MOYIE,    EAST KOOTENAY. B.  C  SATURDAY,  AUGUST G, 189S.,  .      H13ASO.\9 VOltl/Ml*  U'AGES  Last week the Tribune reported the  killing of a young  man in   thc  Tiger-  Poorman   mine.    This  week  another  was   killed   in   tlie  Standard'.    Both  were young men, between 22  and   25  years of age, intelligent  and   popular  among   their ��� associates.    But    they  ' were,engaged ir. tho  perilous occupation   of  mining  and   their  killing  is | Spanish bullets,  only what every miner must daily ex-  c-xpect,    Twice  as  many    men    lose  thur lives while working in the mines  oi the  CV-ur d'Alenes   than   from  all  other causes,or occupations combined.  Yet there are some few who contend  that the miners should  not insist on  maintaining the union scales; of wages.  Such talk'is nonsense and is' indulged  in only by those whose in teres-1 if is to  serve their  mast or?, (he  mining   cor-  The Spanish ship : wliich attempted  to ��� out of Santiago harbor rounded  out its . on   Sunday  last after  being  j struck   by  one-of  Sampson's  shells,  j The bold act so surprised old   Cervera  he uttered an  ! and remarking in (    )  that he  better __.__   up  sent  a,H   to  Sampson stating that, inasmuch as he  had left his' J; on board and  had   no *  lie would promptly  surrender.���Democrat-Messenger.  The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout. ' ���  Cosy  arid Comfortable   Rooms.  The bar is supplied with the  best brands of liquors and  cigars.  Headquarters for Mining Men  Rcirulai-   visits  to Wurdiier,   Swansea,  City and St. Lugeuc Mission. ,  Moyie  HESaM  MEBCANTIL  CANADA DRUG and  BOOK CO,  .LIMITED, NCLaON, 11.  C.  (LIMITED.)  FORTSTEELEand WARDNER, 13.. C.  Staionery, Office  Supplies, Wall Paper.  ,   Drugs, Patent  Medicines.  Diufpisfs'   Sundries.    -Midi   Onleis   Solicited  . . WHOLESALE DEALERS IN .  PROSPECTORS  GET YOUR   OUTFIT  AT THE  Jt begins to look as if there would  be, more fatalities in the American  army   from   yellow' fever  than   from  "Your  name is  Spain"   now   take.=  tiio place of '-your name i? mud."-  In thc language of   the   hobo,  our  mail service is "un llie hog."  DEALERS IN���  -   Buker St., XELSOK, 1$. 0.  Wholesale  Groceries  and; Provisions.  FIKST fI.Af.ji .i>��op.TjrE>-T. O  lETinii or.nEKo pr.rotrii.v attended to-   '  i  p. o. liux 21-J.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Schlitz and ,Papst  i-ui-     l)ll.��  porations,  or thoso who do not   takejf.'i"  info   consideration   Ihe  great  risk  of  Uie, .its well as tlie unhealthy   and ch's-  ' agreeable, work. Three dollars and  fifty cents per day is little enough, for  the man who takes big life in his  ; hands every time he goes to his daily  labor and his near and' dear ones'"  knowaiot how soon they are to seo  the body of father, brother or son  borne to them mangled or dead.  Such work is ' worthy of . the highest  pay and every  timo wo   read of   tiio  - very frequent death of a miner or see  his funeral wo are forcibly reminded  of this fact,���Idaho State Tribune.  'Tlio  above   are   exactly the   se'nli-  nifents. of the Leader, and it hopes rto  '     XOT'tCE.  To whom ii limy'concern: I have tin? tbiv  transferred fd1. riaht, title find Interest in the  M(.vii) City Li-Ai-feii to F. J. Smvth nnd J, E  Mu>ifi-iiv.>, who will here-ifler conduct ihe  b    Hardware,  Groceries,!  1  Dry Goods, Etc., Etc.  <>uoen*- Avenue,  3IOYIE. li. c  Mu.-ifi-iivo,    who   will   hei-e-ifler" conduct   ihe   -v -mr �����- -^ ���  ^fif^S.*^ ^%S & I.LILLIE   BROTHERS  'tffi   nn: w.'ll be paid bviiiv-^eli.    I). R.'Yovxg.  -VanaiTO," Plocan Citv I'ub. Co  -Uoyk-Cily, IJ..C, July 2:-t/i, 1S0S.  XOTJCK.  V,"e: fho lniilci-.-igncil, having nurehascd tin  interests otfNhi:tin Foley in tho Central Hotel  uiT-ine-s at Moyie City, B. C, v. ii! -j.ir, nil bilK  lifjim-st hind In in of Martiu Fole-v & Co. and  collect nil account,, ilue the said linn.  Gnouoi: Uati.ev  V. Di*.-Ai-j.t.si:i{.  Moyie City, lb C, Jn!v 19th, lol'S.  IL. Si  see a miners' union established in  East Kootenay at no distant  date'in  ; order that the miners may hand them-  '���-selves together and be   in   position  to  . keep the wage scale up to its' present  standard.  XI1E O OVKUX.llENT Tit AIL.  Complaints are rife' on account of  the failure so far of the parties in  charge oi the construction of the  Crow's Nest railway to open up the  road along the line between here and  Goat river. It is well known Lhat in  many places along the line the tote  road is completely destroyedk and the  railroad grade built in its stead. "Until the rails arc  laid   the   harm   done  THUS. 1-t. MtilXXES.  CANADA.  Province of British Columbia.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the t'nilerl  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland  Queen, Defender of the Faith, Ac, &c, &c  lo   nil  whom   these   indents   shall   conic,���  Gil-EESISG.  A PJROCLAJrATION.  D- 31.-Eiini'.TS, j'WHEREAS We are desirous  Attorney Gen.) VV unci resolved, as .boon at  "/'J? bo, toineet Our-iGopleorOur Province of  British Columbia, and to haVc their advice in  b'.l?,r, l-i-'S'slait-ie, We do make known Our Roval  ^ ill and Pleasure to call a new Legislative As-  unibly of Our saicl Province; and do further declare that, by the nd\iee of Our Executive  council of British Columbia, We have this dav  iiivon orders ior i.ssubiR Our Writs in due form,  ior ciUlmi; a now Legislative Assumnlv for Our  soul I'rovlnee, whiclrWrits are to bear date ou  the seventh day of Jin-.c. instant, and to be returnable on or before the tliirtv-flrst dav ol  August next.  I.N" 'i'i:sTiMO>-i; Wheueoi-, We have caused these  Our betters,to bepmade Patent, und ihe  Pnolic Seal of the Said Province to be  hereunto allixed: WtTyEss, the Honourable Tiros li. JMcIk.vks, Lieutenant-Governor of our -said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh dav of Juuc,  in the year of Our Lord one thousand  eight hundred aud ninetv-eiyht r'lid i-t  the -ixty-in-st year of Our Iteiffu.  By Comman.l. -jj.j  B. II. TVRWI1ITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court,  Boot & Shoe^Cp.  N'ELSON*,      -   ���-   -  Va.   C.  PATEO^IZE  WHITE LAEOE  By Sending Your Work To tbe  Lake Shore laundry.  Mu. and Hits. 11. .McKay, Props.  A. AIALNUISL .t CO.,   I'rojis.  ,f( .*1I.'LIxnSAY, .Miiiinifor.  Tin's hotel is now. open to tlie   public.  It isfwell furnished throughout. None  but tlie best brands  of  wines,   liquors  and cigars kept in stock.  FIRST CLASS  A CCOJIJl OJJ A TIOAS.  All Kinds of  GOOD WORK.  PRICES   REASONABLE.  [L/S.-J  THOS. li. McINNES.  VICTORIA, by thc Grace ofvGod, oi the United  Kiugdom of Great Britain  and Ireland,  Queen Defender of tiro Faith, etc., &c  Io tlie Itclurninif O/lieer of the South Ridin? of  ���ii        ,  i      t  i, ,. -. . Last KoofenavElectoral Disrriei ���  will not be fell, as   tne  grade   can   be   Whereas ufs Honor ^ Sicnant-Gov-  used as a thoroughfare, but after  the  jL^o��\.��SA?}ffl%��e )lWf <5 I  laying oHhe rails this will be, impossi    '  1D'" '"     HOUSE.  MOYIE CITY,  13. 0.  mvas floods.  Tents,  .Awnings,  Wagon Covers,  Sailor .Ba&s;  Hammocks,    ,.  Canvas Cot Beds.  NELSON,  B. C.  FOR FINE  ASAT2liiM��9  ble and, if nothing is done by the railway compauy, the traveler will be in  many places left without a sign of a  road on which to travel.  Of course the tote, road is in reality  the -property of tho company, they  having built it with their own money  for their own use, but the old Moyie  trail, >yhich was in existence long before the building of the road, but was  used ncp.rly the entire dislance as a  basis for the tote road, is a government thoroughfare and should be left  in as good condition by the railway  company as found. If not, the necessary'influence should be brought to  bear to compel them to do so.  The banker?" of Spokane made a  mistake when they established a rule  to discount Canadian money iu thc  future. The business men of Spokane  have for several years depended to a  large extenL on tho  British   Columbia  .trade' which will undoubtedly be cut  short by this recent decision. People  will not trade where their money ie  discounted, and the Spokane merchants will find  this out, Ho their  sor-  , row sooner or later. They should.' see  that this .-rule is immediately abrogated, if not the people of .British Columbia will seek other towns when it is  necessary to trade across the border;  June, iSlte, been pleased to dissolve the Letri<-  lative  Asscmblv   of   the.said   Province- and  whereas  it,  is  necessary  to    hold    Elections  hroughoiu the Miid-Provincc to fill  the vacancies caused by such dissolution, We command  you that, notice of the time ami place of Flection iimi? duly sen-en, you do cause  Election to  be made, aceordins to law, oi One Member to  serve in the Legislative Assembly of the i'rov-  niceoi British Columbia r'cr the South Rid in e  oi La��t Kootenay Electoral Dlsnict, and thai  you   cause  ihe nomination  ol   Candidates at  -'tich election  to be  held on   the 25th   dnv of  June, lfe'JS. and do cause thc uami! of such Member, when so elected, whether hc hc present or  aoseiit, to be certified to Our Supreme Court, a  tne City oi \ iciorm, on or before thc 31st dav or  Aiiiw-f next, the Election so made, distiuctiv  and oi-cnly under Our Seal duly indorsed upon  tin- Our Writ.  I>-  Ti>Ti.yo>Y. Wiiciufot--.   Wc have caused  these Our Letters to ho made Patent unde  \l)(. t'reat beat of  Our  said Province of  British Columbia: Witxfss. the Honour-  ar,]clnoM.\s k. McLvnks, at Our Govern-  ment   House,   at A ictoria,  tin*   .scvenll.  day of June, in the year of Our Lord one  iliuumiid eit'ht hundred aud ninety -eight.  By Command,  JI/H.TVRWIiriT-DKAKIi.  Registrator the .Supreme Court,  Men's -suits/Shirts and Underwear, boots, shoes  and Rubbers, socks, jrlovcs and braces.  JEvcrifthiiKj. thc railroad  and city inaib waiils. . . .  c  Givu Vi: a call,  REID & CO.,  CJlANJBItOOK, -       " - B. C.  NELSON,  B. C.  ADDKESS  U-l  Soo  PAC  Raiiway    Company  ���AND���  Pacific  Line  C. B, MAUETTB- SCO.  Di:alcii8 n?  Hay, Feed and Produce  A large stock  of Hay,   Oats  and Fresh Vegetables a)ways"  on hand.    Prompt  attention  given to mail. Orders.    Agents  Lion I3re!wcry, Eoesland. ,  BAKER ST.       . ..--���- KELSON,, 13. C.  kjjai vm.,��w. jw.^w, j, w��� ���.,ijm^u  . In less Lhtih sixty days after the ar*  rival of tlid steel tho eliipping of the  ore from Moyio City will. commence  and busineec in nil btaiicbbs iVill forge  ahead. Moyie will tlictll be backed by  a larger payroll tlitili ally dUifeif toWn  in East Kootenay. Bedr this ih mind  and sec how  the Leader's  prediction  DttUtj Ob.ti  OU ��� .  Want Any tiling-  Direct Route  and Superior Service.  To KLONDIKE nnd VUKOX Gold Fields.  To 1,'acilic Coast, China, Japan and Australia.  To Eastern o-nd European point*.  Tickets issued through and  Img-jaRO  checked to destiuasiou,'  TOURIST ./-.CARS  PAS8 REVELSTOKE ' ..   ";   ,  Daily to St. Paul. Daily, except Wed-     :  day to Eastern Canadian and U. S.  ''   *>ointsi:" .   ,  Procure,Time Tables,-,Mapsj,' eto.;,ttnd  Ascertain Present . '-.  JOSIilMJ XEIUKltSXAI>X.   L'rojj.  Lager beer sold   by the   Iveg or  dozen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . . -.  OuUtdc 'v.'i.b..':, t'ivon Strict Attention.  lake; - SHORE  Barber Shop  ���AMI���  Bath. Rooms  "s  NELSON.  Best brands  in   Canada   manufactured right   in   Kootenay   liy^ thc   firm   of  ^MS^;|rV44 &l ^W?9''   VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, NELSON.  Ginger ale, lemonade, ijiirsaparilla, plain  soda,  syrups, essences  augostura, orange, bitters. Box 10S, N1CLS0N.  BREWERY.  MOVJE. JJ. C  M  rr-oju-l.jior  <a=^  ^73  DAINARD & STEWART,  General -. Blacksmithing,  Miners'Supplies. Horseshoe-      "';  ing a specialty.   '.,'   .    ,     , ^ ,'  MOYIE CITY, B.   C,  -0-  -llUlsWKRS   or  I.V   KKOfc  AN I)  i!OT'JLl->'.  FINE LAGER  B'EEE  AND PORTER   . .   .  .ates;  }Jf 'J:HJ5 DJU'O LJ^E OR  ABBA:VE:it8;    BIJJ'W.TI'JB,  'i'pp oil of \Vfit*?  W, i. TEET2EL  KELSOX, 13. C.  w yv,  And full iuconnation hy  r.dilressiug Mcarest local  agent, or  AND liffiBOW, 'I rav, Jpisa. Ageirt,  - a . i^lsv.ti,  3ii'  'St'QQYfa'M'y'  District J-'ctoneiifiei i.gcrif,-  'Vi?,ri.CDt|.'*  B. C.  ^tSJfc-Be sure your ticJ.ct roads via. C,,'l'. R,  er  MOYIE and FORT STEELE  M.-isl, I'.-is.stM)��rcr i.nil i-*,.oii;l>i  .Service.  li h.   Crosson'��   siti��e -leaves   Koit;   Steele' for- I  ...'Moyie   TiniSUAJ'S   ,.i,a!J'l;:U)A'VS   ;.l 1  �� fi. in.   Cottiiectiny with'the sterm  fen-v '  Echo for.Moyic,city \vj-;j>nksi>av ���,ui  WA'-CUItUAV moriiilig.-,   ���'    .  The u.i-cvAn -ferry liCI.lO   h;li'-en Movie  City   fo.,-  f  the   beiid   of   tJi-r    Jnku 'jho>'JJa"y.S ' n'lid  ���V.llllKSMAVs,,,;7;;1{1.,,tH,   Ceo.ei-lii^  '���V.iM, h: L: Oros-Oli's! ���-Slf'.itl: '1*0''-' l-'Oi'l    i-'leeie;  Th'; -oleilm feny iCCjlo ,,i..:o it..,,-���N %i,,yie b'ilv  for the head of the lake daily (exeunt Suil.  dnys) ai ,-,:;u ,i, m,, i-eiuniiui; u.f to a, >.j.  OiUU'Kci   PlULM I'TLV  FS. Riesterer and Co., Propsk,  AT'PKKDKl)   TO.  \'\  MELSO'N, b. c,  BtuturSJf.. NJSLyuJ.:,' ji. (.;������,  Centrally   located,' and ,  ola'Ha in   ,,!!' apartjneutt!i  ���iire:t-  MINING BROkERg.  All   Hl'Miiusr -'Ua'j.ioru   liiitjully: iiiiil '���> Titiftll'  Dr.-fiivn Op.  M'e   eil.il   biiualr.niilillljj; |ii-upipi}- ill  b-i's-'t   I-CoriteifI'.j';  ftJtr'    iWJ!  ��� nili'es nt- do'nsse^iiJiioiit.'W'ji'k.  i.i *���>:  AlIOUARBSON & PERDUE.'   Props    ��<>  vptni i'i:oi'KUTvpvnji py  VOUUKXl'tlslir.KVl:  M Ir..['.'I 1 J >-''  '".'   ���      I  ' t JO   (!|'..|,-v, '  .-   i !'.:  <"  m  km  fi  tit  m  m  ���OP  49  Hf  If1  s.

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