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The Moyie Leader Aug 23, 1902

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Array ��  ^  ���o than to paj'  andier  to own  uit'moving." 'Spe  of Town  on  /{x^  ���>*< ^  d  Ul**"'^  /  A ***.' t  /  r!cJ"  MOYIE, B. C. AUG"p^723ri902(  ���S3-A ��EAR  -l! CO.  Co.  cu.   ���.  *'<.  Bnt we are'still ali^e and  -as aiizious -to'catch* trade  ���a>} the ..  |I�� Made in (he St Eugene line.  -i...  .���GFS  , wer�� <to  catch hini; and  ra  52 PSG  2  :��V]  ^ioh must "b�� sold but la  i"0''U'esrt "few weeks. See  fo Ja%e assortment of  foots and shoes.   "*.'  ''[. r.OOMPAKT^S;,'  IffMir BAN!: Qf^ciiEKi  ,ia..ijp..;QapitaL ���$8,000,000.]  < (     ' ' V i-       \   i , , '  IfCH...     "'-' . ���,'���". EN'llBMr. HAIKES. MGB'  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES.  'Typhoid fever is   nqw  rpidemic -in  Fcrni-.  The Prince of V^ales la cqtertr.ir.iug  the Shah of Pe.rsia. '   "   '  1   Commissioner Rose 6? .thejyukbn  is recovering rapidly.     '       '     ] '' '  "���"�����*��� ,      -���     i  '  The Odd Fellov/s'of Prank are'^Vlk-  ���ng'df organising alcdgo.- "       ,'    > ..  There are ' J.30   children  attending  fhe C ran brook- public- school..     , , .\ .  ��� The !fforLh Star rpine i=> wjorkiu g ' 85  men and will-eoon begin shipping ^ore.  Tho.Typographical   convention   is  reported to have carried'a strong resp-  '.luUon     against'   certain '< socialistic  methods.        ' ,     *���'''.  o  *   t ��� n '        i *  The right- for  (ho Blairmoro town-  site,instill unsettled, apd,tlie final do-  : ciuion will not   be   rendered   for two  r~~"   '~ ', .Jmontiia. '.      " ���  'An iniportonfc atriko' was made in |-' Ogns'tablaForbGa of Perpiolino boon  Mio St; KijgoKo mlne'lhto .wep't ^lipn | gasotroJ es obief. license inspeflto?'. for  Irtlwepft oig&l and aino'feet of eolidjthis diattlct in ��� jjlaco  of.Ooeelablfl  Barnes, rosigued. ,    -    '.   / 'l v,-"  King Edward has proniieed' the  chief secretary of Ireland, tGaorge  Wyndiiam.'to-viBit Dublin,- Cork ,nnd  ���Belfast in February'next,   '     ��������    '���  It is said that all the trouble in. con-  ne'clipn with the Murysvillb smelter  has'beerT "settled and that work' will-be  rapidly pushed .to completion.  The congregation of 'St. -Andrews  Presbyterian church' at Phoenix has  extended a unanimous call to , Bev. Y,  M/Purdy, B. A., of llossland . to\ be-  come��lhe settled-pastor of'the 'church,  at tvaakry of. )?1250 'per year.''It  i  TBBLOWBRWOBIINCrS  Manager Grpniir Says that  the . Mine '. Will " Close '  Down Awaiting Rise  .  ' in Price of Lead,'.  - r���.. />  War Eagle and, Gen;  ter Star to Wbtfe  II:  IS  ,. ..!>  ' LOCAL  WEWSi'-"---'-  *   .  "* * -     ��   i*. (  Frank McDei-itt left for Ecsoland  this morning.     ���      '        ���      '  ���   Frank Crydermanjs tending' bar .it  ^he-jS'foyic. - {    "'���;',        _'.,,,/    j.  ��� The Moyio school' started' Monday  wi��h 45 .children in atteadancel  "Andrew Johoston left /Thursday^ for  a trip, through  the'Lardeau country.  ��� Don't.,forget the ,'Methodist, ladies'  ico cream sooial this evening."-':    -.. '-\  ,  An SO-foot smoke stack is'beiut' iii.iL  up.aj, the new.bt. Eugene boilers.    ',  John W.(Iiicker8iis..moving his family and ^tock of groco'riba ' td'^incber  creek '.!,;,,'���'���'     \, ,,  Cliaa, and   Tim    Farrell 'returned  It-is'Anndunbed-that'the      ;' Tonnage will Be Large*;: \'r6u} ^hctl.% y^P\^-mbvn\^y,  ' "ii,;!���   '  "      T5-V'   ������ "��� -���   L1   during the first ot. the . week, the"  ���    thai!   MV   PpflVinilfl weather was pql'd anc} rainy and-many  than any Previous  .' , Kme, in Oamp/:;  ore was struck about SOQ.feet in from  the 100 foot level of tho shaft on the  Lake shore olaim. -This is on. a- cross  lead between what is "known us the  South veiri'ancl tho main lead. All  the development work donc,from this  level goes to prove that'the enormous  bodies of ore encountered in the Xo. 1  workings maintain their size'as 'they  go down, and in dhe'place the ore hab  reached the width-of'*33 feet.  Take h* all in. all if is doubtful it  there is a better developed ' or" better  equipped mine in Canada than the St  Eugene, and so far as eilyer-lead mines  arc, concerned perhaps there are no  octter on the ' American' contihant.  Therb is 'enough IWe'Jjlocked   out W  tbo history of tho miney3. .llossland  ers will readily-appreciate,-the:.iact  Mictt this "statement''is 'significent 'of  unprseodon.tt;d,activity at ,these' mines;  andrthat the benefit natural^ accruing to the city generally will-,be very  marked. ' ���-.���.,:       .   ,, ,  The mine management'.statea that a  >��� large- -numbef .of. miners'. .,and  muckers' will be afforded employment by the" War ' Eagle, and" Center  Star_ mines" w'ithin the" _ next', 'two  months.' .    .     .       .     , .    V  The Canadian   Pacific-railroad" has   ^   ...  ,    i._.   ���..���..   _.  ...   ordered its Shay; marine geared' loco-  ituderstood that Mr.  P.urdy,   who  liat-1 motivej No.  1901,   now   run'riiog" be-  already'made a mosi favorable iuipiet.- i tween Phoexix  and. Grand  Forks,  to  Mom  ��***=M3iSEis  ed  2f. A. AI.vcKenzie, Proprietor. '  , ip[Q|fl' for the -massesT   Everything Eirst  |*S5Vec7. respect, .  Sample Koonis  for  L''*1 iOonini'erciar:M'en..      .  ,, - British Columbia.  m  lonclusion/aud'rurrior tasit that  has   granted  substantial'  fro in'ins  property," the,-Great   Dane, /'concessions in respect   to  frofglit" and  which is"situate'd at-the headwaters 'ot  r it and  DESAULxiEIt ISKOS,'   t��roi>S.  $&$ml  LariiC   gample   loom' in   ^onnejctiou  with house for commercial men." Best  ,,    of accommoiiations.      "   .  ^quarters for-.Commencfal and Mining  Men.  '{he St. Marys ri\;er.    Mr. Drewry Went  in by. way of. Crawford^ Bay   on''the  ! w<-Jtit"side of,the range.  The,Great Dane is certainly a prom-'  ising mining proposition. 'Mr. Drewry  had , some splendid' samples from ^  showing"both galena- and 'copper in  the same lead. He says h,e, would J not  be at all .surprised, to se.e it -turn  Into  treatment rates.  down for an indefinite period * pending j   Jilr. X. C. Drewry'was ,in   iNIoyie   lof !'fco 'a cor  the, action,o;rfJie-]ead market.,1'/  "      . it dd-r-tliw, week. 'lie  had 'just ' camu 1 fhe smcltei  >II>Tfi    W1U.  CLOSE ,DOW>V  It has been rumored "for some weeks  parifc that, the St. Eugene, mine would  soou be closed down tight. Manager"  James Cronin. who -was in Spokane,  tbis'week ha^ confirmed this report in  an iiiter\rieur in the 'Spokesraaii-Ke-  view:  v "The'icad situation in British Col  umbia,", he says, "oflers so' poor an  outlook that.wo. have decided   to  close  U6salan(iy,A.ug.(22.*r-Tl)��( \yaf ^ag  and' Oentor' Stay, mines. oomipbuoccJ ���  -Jsnys -yrawif- has -gone lo Qm\*  shipments today to tha ffaii^meltorIbrodh wftwelio vill sofliiaije frftbd  qri a larger sdaletlian at any ilAiebin flmuldy.bJ! ��. K..l|in(3r,,   ���.   " ',' ; /"  thnhUinrv of thn  mi�����'    v.,���u���a.   , Sam Gmnfc'left $utjdayfor'his home  in,Fairbault,"'Minii'. "lie \ will"'retu'm,,  again in about,tbr'de r/efeks''time.',']"'  " W; T'-'Rcid'''and "family   and"',Mr,  HuugerfordV family" ai-'e "'campse'd,"in  .the Jobnston cottag?.across' Jh��� 'lake.  '"Mr.-arjcPMrs/ -Ed Lav/lor ' liaye- re-  ,turned to'Moyie.' *'They'haye been living in'Cr.anbrook for somo lime'   past.  ;'   Managers-Hugh' Cameron' of" the  Moyie Lumber'Co.', rfnd G,' R. Muir'o'f  the Park-.Mitchell Ca "were"in "Grau--  brook this -week..,... , ....  ,,,, \ii: Lj)   ���  ;\'Dr. 'O'Hagari',''' formerly 'of"Marys-  ville, passed^ through- tmVii''"Tuesday  enroute.to Kossland,;j> 13.q may de-  cide'to locat-e-in'-'-AVest -Kootenay.-. Or  .the st'ate of Washington."  ;*��� *.    -  . It.is ..reported1.that,.Major, Howe di  f.f the Northwest mbu'uted police'^.died'  in Ma'clepd a few days ago. The,major  was'Tn'liloyi'e.a'shdrt'tinVo' 'ago "sectir-  mg recruits for the force.  copper with  depth.     The   specimens ��friends-and  playmates.*���Idaho   State  m  ���ara  i!  i,  ��  HUH j  33m  MOYIE, B. c.  -* ���    mi   ijiiii   linn   iim    mm   tnt    an   ngia    i 111  m nn   ���imi  ���!���<���   "i i  N- S3? ^^^^n^^^au* ���>.��� ^��S** >*.��� >��,->W-Nn.-  m  *  the St. Eugene indefinitely  "Por months since shipments  were j were taken from about  50' feet  below (Tribune.  the surface, l He has ,five men employed and expects to continue, do-,  velopment work-indefinitely.  Mr. Drewiy'is confident that it"will  not be a great while until a railway   is  May..Murphy .In Wallace.  " Miss'May Murphy, the 10 year old  daughter of Mr. and Mrs". 'Ben'Mur.-'  phy of Five Mile Praiiie near Spoltano,  is visiting ,M"r. and, Mrs. Wm. Stimson  of this city. -Mr! ��� and -Mrs. Murphy  \vei-'e former residents- of tho Coeur  d'Alenes, and Miss May is enjoying,  her   vacation    here, with     old   lime  :l' H." Vf. Mclntyfe, who was hero instal-  ' ^lihg'tlie ne;w boijbrs in the 8t: Eugene  com pressor building, ^ left' Monday 'for  San Francisco.,,. Mr!.Mclntyrc iiiade a '  host of-friends-while in .Moyio',/  , -J..McMaster,'"who has beO'ii' working  in P.. Burns.&.Co.'s.shc-D here for several months past,, .has., been, transferred'to the same company's shop at  Pernio.' J. 'II." Hawke " will fi��"tha  vacancy,....  stopped, y,re liave been keeping a force  of about 30 men on .development,  steadily opening up the ore-bod3r, so  as to have it in shape when the price  of lead should advance'enough  to give j  ees  G  falli  Sect  Mr  mmi  'he  man    who  iys  his.Shoes  ���om   us   needs  :tdgel  only    of  ���e fit.   We pro-  him in  all  ���oints  of style  nd Service. It's  0 our   interest  i0 sell you a satisfactory    shoe  ���nd few   know  etter than we  h�� ,': .��� require-  Shoe  Moyie, August 9, 1902:J  To 3Ij- L'fttronp:  I lake this opportunity of  thanking   the   people    of*  Moyie   for their generous  patronage   since    I    have  been in   business here.    I  have decided   to close, my  ' jlorc- for Mi." present,and I  trust it  will  Only bo for a  short    time.      1    will    be  pleased at all tim,.,s to an-,  ' -iwor JiKjiiiiicj" -ind supply  your   wanta    from    Crnn-   ..  brook.      Any   account re-  'n):uuing unpaiil   I   would,  "n'sb that tliey be remit ted to  - -       mo at   i7.it.-o an lam anx-  io   close   the books  ,us a market.    There is so little  clieer j built...from ;. Marysville.   up   the,    St.  in the outlook-, however, that the crew \Marys river and down to .either .Pilot  on development will be laid oh"   probably, w.itpin the ne.xt, monthA and,, the  mine .will be loft standing''idle., until  conditions change. We have decided  that it.is-uaudlese' to keep on putting  money m developmiint when it 'is so  uncertain as to the length of, time  until we'shall be able- to ship,  "J.ead   in   London   how   is   worth  about .CII 2d'Od,   and   on   that   basis.  ���    -the producer  in  British   Columbia   is  j paid only about ���$ (..30  a" hundred   for  hia product, as against $3.50, winch is  dio contract price agreed upon by the  di Crawford bay;'in fact he has been  assured by Vice-President McJficoll of  ibe C. P. Pv. that this will be don,o.  jt is the banking on this, railway  that prompts Mr. Drewry to do tho  work which he is doing, as the road  will run within a short distance of the  d'reat Dane and other properties near  uibro in which he is interested.  CRANBROOK 'ITEMS.:  Oraubrook Herald .*  ^rctjjo^ist Cluiroh Services. ,J .  ' Sunday school 'at 3 p. m. Preaching at 8 o'clock; subject in the" 'third  in the series on "tho "Prodical Son." >  The choir will be ��� assisted  by Mrs.  Reid of Granbrook.'      ' "'',  Come and you/wiil   h3   made wel-.i  come           Tho Game I,a'w"'   " '/  I     r      , ��� .       * ' ��� '   - -   ,.:  } ���- In the province  of -British  Colum-  j bia the open season for, killing . deer,  'grouse/and "ducks' begins September  1st. The closed''season for'deer" begins December loth," lor, grouse December 31st, aud'forducks April. 30th.  M:ETAL   MARKET.',  come..   ,   A. E. MAP^SAALL. Pastor^- :%^;?Yoiur-Bar'silvezv.^,cout,.  -j       ,      . i-J;fea'd.'^12ar'--Connor- Sl^'Oo". .       ~  SUBSCEXB13 TOR' Tip   LBiDER ^" ��oAq^i^{ ����?:...  Cocur d'Aleno   minoo'w.ners" with   tho I     'V- w> -VoVUtic compioled  the   sur  ���American Smelting an<l   Kenning   Co.   vcy of  Lhc   -Blfdrmore    townsito   hibt  JOU3  G.  H. MINER.  ���GUts"-  ;6f-  M$wP  ii  IS?1*:*'  '**villi fa;  ���1%  MQ&waik  NO'JTOK.  Tnkonotijo tliflt 1 lnvvo HpjiHcd t.o Miu Chief  Coiumitisioiicr of lands ��ud wojks Victoria  ]j C.,l'ot-�� special licous-o 'to cut and curry,  nwjiv 'tmiticr Jrotu the foJlon-iu.u' described  ^nenntcrowu lands In (ho Southern division  of K.'i-l Kootonny district, C. C.  Commouciiur ntn post planted on flic west  week, and has been engaged to survey  I lie now townsilo of Monissey.  J. P. Fink received word, this week  that Scott Morrill, formerly of this  eit.},  jbut   now 'editor   of   a   railway  Tliii?   difference in ..price puts a   fatal  crimp in   us.    There is   a  duty  of   a  cent and a half aguand on   lead ores,-  and if wo could market Our output  in  Iho United Steles and 'pay. tho duty  ������..,,  ,_,   ������.,    Wltwi    Ul   ,���   itllilv<Vf  we would still  get $2  a  hundred   ior j journal in San Francisco, was recently I  bur load, or   moro   than   50 'per  cent I married to a younc lady of that city. -  above ttio innrkct price now in British  Columbia.    However,   we  are   barren  .from entering the   American   market,  oven  i/i -"^ uiauiui uu set  by   paying   duty,  because   the   roDf   -���  -r,  ^   ,���  *a'u*nnnA i>ar,ni������   n���    Restock K. Forbes, ch  erican Smelting and Refining  Co  rmUM  W-hy you.lioulil buy ������S'ftir IMay'* Chov trc  Tohauco.  ij��t-a,uc<�� it I* 'lio be.-1 'iutility.  lliistii:^ cliov,-.  T^l'i>not.vcils.-it.i lii-.v-'il.Tliwl: to (he artpftiiainuspitlstlio iuo-:tInstliur cliow. j nlno0nV,n(q  ,-v        i        irro'l-1'11'1' hlhi   ^��!'HS- J?r  :l/'^  "Kccmifli'il   la the Uif. il, hipli   -,'mdc '�� 01 U- . '   '"-1U3.  .tt"nin,i-s"v-'.���,���( ���|.,iii cin-rinvnv ���tiiDtior Ji'uni ,, / . r     ^ ���  d!iil.��tiisu.o;^{lvi v,wiM r.vovn i.vn^iu    ;p.lusr. - ,     The remiins o  MfA"^ L- W-.,d ���t �����!u ,-i: ': w���������.��� u., ,oui. '^�� Wednesday,  ... c.i.-'iniinic.lii.:; "'.^j'i;.;,.).   r:!i!\vvy, .ruiuu::s' ';,l   ..Hocmtso wo iiuariintou every pi m;, .in-I  ���"'������' V ,^l\!fi1*'i'hom,e--;V::l!,!tiJi..-: Vest. Iheiieo SO   |5B,.������S<I Vmn- donlor i-s mitiion/od to ,vrn  aS'ir.K'cto;;;,^ c"Zh   w�� ����.u,.v u ,.,��� .IKm.o�� ^ ...s.......  mejiuevs^-'i-VVV   ��"!������ ' '  i,. JttMBJi..:..   .........        'iju '.Jm.-uji: Tob/ a.) o,>, J.;i>  A monster petition has been prepared in Fernie, asking that that.pa,rt  of the/district be'set   aside,   and   that  ief  constable, be  i appointed government agent and   slip-  ary magistrate.  'ho new to^n of Morrissey  will  be i  the market within- - a   short   time, j  A. \V. McVittie is surveying the town-:  site, andThomas"Crahni-i,   the  agent,:  is   in  Spokane  .completing   somo   .T-'  t  \V. \V.   Dolilc,   -\1  morning of kiht wee  \ crc sem to Toronto Thnrstlav.    M:  ivn.ic ,uui nu, lwo bhiUln,n; ,,_.  ���mjod theoh  Good health  depends  mostly  upon  the  food  we ��� ear.       We can't be healthy if we take alum  or other poison daily "in our. food... v  When outfitting for- camp always- take  Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder for  good health and good food. h riiabes  the finest ..flapjacks,   biscuits aod  bread.  ���>���. i  Never go into the woods-awav'from a  Uocior with a cheap alum bakinir" powder  'ii tho outhi.    You want the best bakiri"  pxvdct  m the world���and it is m o s**  ,?A.ouonual va the end, '  kopt fire in their heating stove's.  ���:-The gray horee  pwppcl-by  the 'St. -  ��� Bugono company,,-which 'was-   slol;    ���  ;]0i,JftBfc'.weGk)"dled last/SatqydayV"  ���   t  i  i   ;  f  ' '.i  '!   r *-"-~ 'i .*   *Tr-  ss.  !��<  i' \ i  i< -  v   v.  - -r-'i,.  '         t          -  .     \  '  .11     \JJ       -  <���)       \     '  ' k:  .'- 1  *'. ' <',A<,       1    >'  *i *,.   ;  ' -��� ,  '.,   .1  i  s. i   V,.    ,       I     .     ��� I    '  '^'^     ���. i  I    '  J'f  f  ��� <     .  1   ,i  r  1  C  t        ,,  1  )'  ���V  1 '  -THE LADY  By SIR WALTER  BESANT.  (Copyright 1900 by Sir Walter Besant.)  "Then send him packing. Lord or  no lord, proud or humble, If be furnishes explanations, if these things  are untrue, then-why, then you will  consider what to do. But, Molly. 1 do  not believe that any explanations will  De forthcoming and that your noble  lover will carry it off to die end with  the same lofty pride and cold mien."  "Let   us   go   into   the   parlor.   Jack.  There are the captain's writing materials.    Help, me to say what is proper.  Oh. Is it possible?    Can  I  believe it?  Are  these  things   true?    That  proud  man. raised above his fellows by his  virtues und  his rank and  his principles!   Jack, he risked his life for me."  "Ask no more questions, Molly.    Wo  must have explanations.    Let us write  the letter."  but also checked, and I could not but  admire the craft and subtlety with  which the favorite of the muses had  devised a plan by which it was made  possible for the conspirators to come  all together without the least suspicion  to the town of Lynn.  Nobody could stand against him, nor  could any one In Lord Fylingdale's rank  visit the town In its ordinary condition  without   receiving   an   invitation   to  Houghton if Sir Robert was there unless, indeed, there were reasons why he  should not be visited or received. What  Sam  bad  not expected  was without  doubt the wonderful success of his deception, the eagerness with which the  country round accepted his inventions,  the readiness with  which they drank  these innocent waters, the miraculous  cures effected and the transformation  of the venerable old port and trading  town into a haunt and resort of fash-  Ion and the pursuit of pleasure.  Thinking of all these things and fn  blissful anticipation of the discomfiture  of all the conspirators, there was an  Important thing that I quite forgot-  bi- here at 0 'to marry you. 1-supposed  that I he bride was the fair Miss Molly  1 could not tell. I know nothing The  lady was in a domino. It is invguiar  to "he married iu a domino. Hut your  lordship wished it. What could I dor"  "Scud for the key, then, and destroy  the* registers."  "Alas, my lord, it Is now. you may be  sure, ail over the town that you have j  been married, and to Miss Molly." {  "Where is Molly'/ Where is Molly  then"/   Why did sue keep away?"  The bride looked on with tier mocking smile of triumph. ���'You may murder me." she said,  "but you  will  not I  An  Idol   Witlt   Diamond   Q*/��k.  It is n curious fact and oiie scarcely  known  outside  of   Kussla,  and   there  hardly   ever   mentioned,   that1 the   fa-  incus   Giloff   diamond   was   once   the  right eye of the great idol Scrrliigaam  in  the  temple of  Rnihmii.   This  pre-  eious gem was stolen ut about the beginning of the eighteenth century by a  French soldier who  had made a  pro-  tense of being converted to the Hindoo  religion in order to gain the contidence  of  the  priests  and  admission   to  the  temple.   The Frenchman first sold the  diamond for ��2.000.   On the next 4urn  j It was bought by a" banker of Constat)-  undo the marriage.    1 have been mar-    tinople for ��12,000.   The'hanker kept it  ried, it Is true, under a false name, but n  I am married none the less."  thought of going to the captain; of  telling my father; of telling the vicar,  but it seemed like treachery, and I refrained.  "You, have brought ruin upon us all,"  her   husband' saidi    "ruin. , headlong ��� rovaj fnu,jjy eV01. sjllce  ruin.,  I am at my last guinea.    1 can [ sc>{: iu llje jn)I)tfl.i,il "scepi  . _ . Instead. I walked back to the quay  namely, to send Molly's Yetter"to her I *n6 paddIed to the shiP* where pros-  suitor in his room at the Crown' I entIy tlie barSes camo alongside and  carried the letter In my pocket I un- the'da*5r's work began. Fortunate it is  dressed and lay down in my bunk I|;for a man that at n*oments of great  It was Molly's first letter-tbe onlv I Blept wIth a U%ht hea** dreaming only u?f PPJness his work has to be done  tter, perhaps, that she will ever write    ��f tbingrs P1*-**"* until the morning,    ��Dd he,1s desirous to put aside his sor-  letter,  in ail her life.   Certainly she had never  written one before,  nor has she ever  written one since.    Like most housewives, her writing Is only wanted for  household 'accounts,   recipes   for .puddings and riles and the labeliiig-of her  bottles and jars.   I have, the letter before me at this moment   It is written  in a large,  sprawling,hand, and   the  spelling is not such as would'satisfy  my father.  Naturally she looked to'me for-'advice. I had written many letters to  my owners ancMo foreign merchants  about eargoes:"and the like, and was  therefore able to advise the composition of a letter which should b��  Justly expressed and to the point:  "Honored Lord���This is'from me at  the present moment in my guardian's  ,  . parlor"���writing parlor when I as mate  of the ship should have written port or  harbor.    "It is to inform you" that intelligence'has been brought by letters  from London and Cambridge.    Touching the matters referred to in these letters, I have to report for your satisfac-  -     tlon  that  they call  your lordship  in  round terms a gamester and an'uined  rake and your companions at the spa���  viz, Sam Semple, the parson, the rickety old'beau  and the colonel���simple  > rogues, common cheats and sharpers.  Shall  not,  therefore,  meet your lordship at the church tomorrow morning  as instructed.   Awaiting your lordship's  explanations and commands, your most  obedient, humble servant.  ���     ��� ' "Molly."  This letter I folded, sealed, addressed  and dropped into my pocket. , Then I  bade Molly good night; entreated her  to be thankful for her escape and so  left her withea light heart.    Verily it  seemed as if the'sadness of the last  two months had been wholly and suddenly lifted, and on my way back to  the Crown I passed the Lady Anasta-  sla's  lodging  just  as   her  chair  was  brought to the  house.    I opened the  ,,door for her and stood hat in hand.  "Why, it is Jack!" she cried. "It Is  the sailor Jack, the constant lover.  Have you anything more to tell me?"  "Only that Molly will not keep that  appointment of tomorrow evening"���  "Oh, that interesting appointment In  St. Nicholas' church. May a body ask  why the ceremony has been postponed?" ,  when the earliest stroke of the hammer  from the yard and the quay woke me  up. , It was then 5:30. . I sat up. I rubbed my eyes.' I then suddenlv remembered that the letter was In my pocket  still.  It was,** I say, 5:30. The engagement  was for G o'clock. I might have to.run  yet to stop Lord Fyllngdale.  It does not take long to dress. You  may imagine that I did not spend time  In powdering my hair.. In a quarter of  an hour I was over the side of the ship  and in my dingey,  By the clock in the Common Stath ft    K^tV'u v"*uc D"u V"" tt,,u ,u ���  was flve mliute8 to 0 when r lanaed -��    **** ���te hei" ������*-K*  and  made  her fast.     I   climbed   the     �����,  stairs and ran as fast as my logs could  row and to think upon his duty. But  ���alas! Poor Molly! Who could have  believed it possible?  Well, you see, I did not follow thin  wedding to an end.    Had 1 gone into  the vestry I should have been-witness  ,of something very unexpected.   ,  ,       ,  The clergyman had the registers ly-  <Dg on the table open.    He took n pen  and filled in the forms.    He then offei-  ed the pen to tho bride.   ���  "Aly lady." he said. "I must ��sk your  ladyship to sign the rogist'er-^in duplicate. If you please."  The bride sat. down and In a'laree,  ry Mil-  raise no more mouey. I have uo more  credit You yourself are as muc(h discredited."  "If you are ruined." the lady replied,,  "you are rightly punished.'   How many  vows  have you  made to me?    How  many lies have you Invented to keep *'  meqnlet?" j  "With   submission,   my   lord,"   Mr. ���  Purden stammered, for terror and be-1  wilderment held him.    "This Is a ,bad  'morning's, work.    Let me advise that _  before the town Is awake we leave the,'  church and talk over the' business in  her ladyship's rooms or elsewhere-   We .  must   be   private.   ,To   curse   and   to  swear helps nothing, nor does it help  r,to talk of a jealous revenge.    Let, us  go."   -  : .;, , ' ,  I  It was with a tottering step, as If he  was smitten with palsy, that the bri'de-  until 177-1 and,then sol's it to the Uns-  sian empress for ��00,000 and n life pension.  The gem has been In the Russian  ���Vs It Is now  imperial scepter of Kussla it  presents a  flattened,  rose'cut surface  and weighs exactly IJM'^ carats..  Vanity   Tlckleil.  During the early excesses ��� of the  French revolution a rabble of men and  women were rioting In the streets of,  Paris. Lafayette appeared'i:hd ordered  a' young nrtillery otlicer to open fire  upon thein with two cannon. The of-  ficer begged the goueriil to lothlni try  ^th-.st to persuade them to withdraw.  "It Ik iwideKs to appeal to their, reason," said the general.   ^  "Certainly.'/ answered the oilicer.  '"and It is not to their 'reason., but to  their vanity. I would nppenl."  '' Tho oilh-cr rodq-up to the front'of the  mob, doited his cocked hat, pointed tq  tlio'guus and said: '  groom .walked  down   the  aisle.    The| r^ZT^ ,,u���^ ��*�������� <���  , to start a  NfeWSPapJ  'lThe��Wr.(e|0Uif  terms Up0n-rvteJJJ  MACHINERY     *]  ��-t��  .;*t*  11' Wc  Northwest, and ��.  Pick Job and C  short no��ice;aliaS  a" 5izM and jfyiej,  ���M  Toronto 1  Co'y, [j  175 McDcrmot AW  ?.'w!l  fvii  foil  toft*  my legs could  carry me to the Crown inn. As I  reached the door the clock struck G.  Was Lord Fylingdale in his room? I  was too late. He had left the house  only five minutes before and had been  carried in his chair across the market  place. r    >  I followed. It was already five minutes-past the hour. I should find hiru  in the church chafing at the delay. ,i  should give hini the letter and retire.  The market place was filled with the  market people and with the townspeople who came to buy. I pushed across  stepping,over a, basket and jostled by a'  woman with poultry and vegetables.  It ,was -sevens or eight minutes after G when I arrived, at the church.  The doors of the south porch were  open.' Within I heard the sound of  voices or at least of one voice. I looked in.  the pen  ��� AJ,en the bridegroom took  j and sfgned "Fylingdale."  .     '  The clergyman sprinkled the pounce  box over the names' and  books.  bride put up her domino and threw her.  Jiood over'her head and eo. with the'  parson, iu silence,  walked awnv <���-"���!  again   U19  "Things have been disclosed at the  last moment, fortunately In time."  "What things, and by whom?"  "By letter.   It is stated as a fact well  known that Lord Fylingdale is nothing  . better than a ruined rake and a notorious gamester."  "Indeed! The excellent Lord Fylingdale! Impossible! Quite Impossible!  1 The illustrious example of so many  virtues! The explanations will, be, I  am sure, complete and satisfactory.  Ruined; a rake; a notorious gamester!  What next will the world say? Does  his lordship know .of this discovery?  Not yet? You said it was a discovery  did you not? Well, my friend. I am  much obliged to you for telling me.  You are quite sure Molly will not b��  there? Very good of you to tell me.  For my own part I start for London  quite early ���at 5 o'clock. Goodby.  Jack!" J'  Then I went Into the Crown, where  I learned that the captain had been  reading another letter containing accusations as bad as those in the other  two.  So we fell to talking over the business, and it was resolved that the captain   should   demand  explanations  by  letter, that he should refuse to receive  the villain Sam Semple or his lordship  and that the vicar should, if necessary,  proceed   to   London   and   there   learn  what he could concerning the past history and the present reputation of the  noble suitor.   Meantime I said no more  about   the   intended   marriage   at   St.  Nicholas' church and the abandonment  of the plan.    As things turned out   It  would have been far better had I told  the captain and  had we both planted  ourselves as sentinels at the door, so aa  to be quite sure that Molly did not go  forth at 0 in the morning.  That evening, after leaving me, Lady  Anastasia sent a note to Lord Fyllne-  dale. "I am leaving Lynn early tomor-  row morning. I expect to be In London in two days.  Shall write to Molly."  CHAPTER XIV.  A WEDD1NQ.  HAD rowed myself,  aboard that evening  hi a strange condition  of exultation, for I had  no doubt-j-no doubt at  all���that'the charges  were true and that a  A���*, , , * conspiracy of the most  deadly kind was not only discovered.  Heavens!   What had happened? Not  only was I late with my letter, but-  but could-I believe my  eyes?    Molly  herself stood before the altar.   K'acing  her was Lord Fylingdale, who held her  hand.   Within the rails stood tho* Rev  Benjamin Purden, beside him the clerk'  to make the responses, and the' minister, when I arrived, was actually saying the words which  the bridegroom  repeats after the minister, completing  In effect the'marriage ceremony.  "I, Ludovic, take thee, Mary, to my  wedded wife," and so on, according to  the   form   prescribed,   and  words beginning:  "With this ring I thee wed"���  I stood and listened, lost in wonder.  Then   came   the   prayer   prescribed  after which the clergyman joined theii  hands together, saying:  "Those  whom  God  hath joined  together let no man put asunder."  I heard no more.   I sat down on the  nearest bench.    What was the meaning of this sudden change?   Remember  that I had left Molly only a few hours  before   this   fully   resolved   that   she  would   demand can   inquiry   into   the  statements and charges  made in  the  two  letters-resolved   that  she  would  not keep the engagement, her admiration for the proud", brave, noble crea-'  ture, her lover, turned into loathing    '  And now  now, in the early morning,  with her letter in  my  pocket stating  her change of purpose, I found her at  the altar and actually married  "Whom God hath joined together let  not man put asunder."  What if the man Purden was all that  he was described?   The priestly office  Independent of the man who holds that  office. Whatever his private wickedness, Purden was a clergyman, and  therefore he could marry people  Molly stood before the aliar, "as had  been arranged. She wore a black silk  domino; she had on a pink silk cloak  with a hood drawn over her head, so  that she was quite covered .up and con-  coaled. But I knew her by her stature,  which was taller than the common,  .and by her dress, which had been  agreed upou.  Then    the   bridegroom    offered    his  hand and led the bride into the vestry  Ihey were to sign the marriage regis-  And here I rose and slunk away. I  say that I slunk away. If you like it  better, I crawled away, for I was  sick at heart. The thing which I most  dreaded the marriage of our girl to a  rake and a gamester, had been actually accomplished. Misery and ruin  would be her lot. And in my pocket  was her letter asking for expKon-  fltid withdrawing her nromise for tb,.  " ��u;re��aT    C��Ukl    ����e    believe    one's  shut.up the  which i(he gave to the'clerk:  This officer took the books and locked  them in the great trunk wnicn' held the  papers and books of the "church, putting the key in his pocket.  I'And now," said Mr. Purden, f'let me  congratulate my noble patron and the  newly   made  countess   on -this  auspicious event.    I have brought with true  a bottle of the finest port tue ,Crown  possesses,   and    I   .venture   to   drink  health, happiness and prosperity." - So  ��� saying he produced abottie and glasses.   The bride, without saying a word.,  Inclined  her  head, to  the  bridegroom  and drank off her glass.' Lord Fylingdale, who looked, if one may say so of  a bridegroom, peevish and 111 at ease  raised his glass.    "To your happiness,'  Molly," he said. b>  So, ah was nnisned.    "You are goinr  borne,   Molly?": he   askedl   ��� "F��r   the  ^resent���mat 1*  10  say,   for a uay or"  two���it win.ho best-   r shall claim.you  very soon.'There is no one but. ourselves in the vestry."    (Fur the clerk,  having locked the-box and accepted the  guinea bestowed upon him by the bridegroom,  was  now  tramping  down  the  church and through the porch.   No one  but themselves  was In the  vestry or  the church.).  "You may therefore take  off your domino"."  "As your lordship pleases." Lord  Fylingdale started. Whose voice was  that? "As you order I obey." So the  bride removed her domino and threw,  back the hood.  The bridegroom started. "What Is  this?" he cried, furious'with certain  words which were out of place in a  church.  (<"Lady Anastasia!" cried Mr. Purden.  "Good Lord! Then we are all undone!"  "What does it mean? Tell me, she  devil! , What does it mean? Where is  Molly? But this is play acting. This  Is not a marriage."  ^ "I fear, my lord," said the parson,  "that it is a marriage. The registers  are in the strong box. ' They cannot  be altered."  "Go after the clerk, man. Order him  to give rup the keys. Tear the pages  out of the registers."   ���'  "I cannot," said Mr. Purden. x "I dare  not.1 The man Is a witness of this  marriage. He has seen the entry in  the register. I dare not alter tliem or  destroy a Single page. I have done a  great deal for your lordship, but this  thing I cannot do. It Is a marriage, I  say. You are married to the Lady Anastasia here."  "Talk!    Talk!    Go  after  the  man  Bring back the man.    Tear the keys  from him.    Silence the man.    Buy his  silence.   By heaven. I will murder him  In order to stop his tongue!" ,  -  "Your lordship forgets your brlde-  "your happy, smiling. Innocent bride"  He cursed her.    He raised his hand  as if to strike her down, but forbore.  "I told you,',' she continued, "that" in  everything I was at your service-ex-  cept in one thing. Tear the registers-  murder the clerk-but the bride will be  left And if you murder her as well  you will be no nearer the possession of  the lovely Molly."  The bridegroom sank Into a chair  He was terrible to look at, for his  wrath and disappointment deprived  him of the power of speech  ordered to shoot dowu  the nibble.';:,.'  f n    i     'Vb'- *i<*'<'0t,w*is cleji'ml at once, for  bridegroom tq follow by himself.. An I ���' 5  yet the market people had not heard j -    '   Why iio w��������*t :nJ!,re��^u!    "'-���  Ln/\TS" * ' "      The 'f0,-0*-*"S ����oiT Is told of a ear.  But the news spread.   The clerk told    rulous vh-ihii of the Johnstown flood'  nis wife. ��� "I come from the church."       "  he" said. "I have witnessed the marriage of Miss'Molly-Captain Crowle's  Molly���with the noble lord, who wears  the star andlboks so-grand. , A private  wedding'it was.   I know not w,hy. The j tic-count Of the disaster through which  parson  was the  Rev.  Mr.  Purden; he,' lie  In.d' prised.,' lie. wa��  Interrupted  h.v,;a   gray 'bearded   old   innn   In   the  of ISS!). .who when he'reached paradise  ascended  11   cloud ��� that  served  within  the pearly,'gates as a rostrum and un  dertooli   to   thrill   his. new   made ���acquaintances among the shades with "an  who  reads the morning prayers and  'preaches on Sunday." ������,,,���  Then.the clerk's wife; slipping on her  apron^for such folk find the shelter of'  the apron for their hands necessary in  conversation���ran round" to'the pump-'  room. No'One was there as yet but'  the two dippers. ' To them1 she communicated the news.  Then she went on to the market and  told all the people of the" town whe  were chaffering there.,; '  At J o'clock, the captain, walking iri  his garden,  was surprised  by the- arrival of the horns, who stood  before'  the bousefaud performed a noble flour  fsh.' "What the devil is that,for?" said  tho captain.,,  Then' therer arrived  the  butchers  with their marrowbones au(-  cleavers and began to make their mu  sic with zeal.   The captain went o'ut.tc  them-    Up went their hats.   \  ."Huzza for Miss Molly and her bus-  band!"       - -    <?:  0"Hcr husb'ahd ?   What do you mean?*  "Her husband, his lordship; married  this morning.''     r ' . ���    ,  /'What?" The captain stared'-in  amazement Then he rushed into the  house. Molly .was in the kitchen..  "What is this?" he asked. "ThVbutch.  ers are here and the horns, and they  swear you were married this moruiug  Molly." _       ',  "Why, captain, I have not been outside-the door. I am not married, I assure you, and I begin to think how  that I never shall be married."  The captain went out and dismissed  the musicians, but the thing troubled  him, and he was already sick at heart  on account of the last-ulght's discourse  and its discoveries.  group.-. "A. mere,"bucketful���a mere  bucketful!" the "old.; fellow; piped.  "Don't waste so much time talking of  as'mnll affair JSke'that!" _ '  , The Johnstown .man resented this  and hunted up St Peter, of whom he  asked, "Who is that old codger who  seemsoto think;our Mood wuch u trilling  matter?"      .,,.,'  "That?',' said St. Peter.   "Why, that's  Noah!"      '     "     ��� .      ,.    . ���        '     "     ' ���  Colon  , for,your.  Su miner j  Peaks three milel  " 'snow-clad in m  ,, flash\n% trout aj  -big: game-cam;J  mountain clircL-  Ask for our bocl*  VA'Colorado-Su:  _ L. I  , Santa  C. C'CARPENTEU  503 Quarant) i|  Minneapolis^  i-fni't  its,  :��*  , A  Charcli   In   Wnlc*. '  Wrexham parish churuh is known ns  one of the seven 0wonders:of Wnles.  It  dates as,{instructlire'from the fifteenth  century ami Is cat lied nil dike in Its proportions.   A .Vcimhutd" mii!e,; now kept  under lock Vfnd,key, is among the curious rellcis, aud beside Jt'te a handsomely bound "visitors',book.".'8ent by'the"  students   of 'Yale   university,"-United  Stntes, for the'use'of Yale students visiting the church.   In the churchyard is  the,tombstone of Kllhu Yale, with Its  quaint epitaph.- The soldlcis' _chnpel.  which is entered through au exquisite  arch,  has a, beautiful  memorial  vrin-  dow to the Welsh fuslleers who have  fallen In battle.  /ANADW  '���we" mn  Austral asiM  AncTtfie  nm  Wothlnar Doinc-.  TINUED.l  Condoned.  Mamma���Did  you tell God  how naughty  yon were?  Ethel��� Yes,  and I guess I  wasn't so awful nanghty after all; 'cause  he didn't make  any fuss about  It���Philadelphia Press.  Won't  Sfny rte<ulnod.i  This notice ��pp;*ars on' n > Flushing  stenmboat: "Passengers should obtain  a receipt for 'nil' provisions taken on  board this boat and are requested to  retain the same."'  ' Kasler said  than done!    It'reminds  us of the old Limerick:'    '   -  There wa�� a y.ounjr man of Ostcnd  Who said he'd hold out,till the end,.  ���  But when half way over   -  ���  From Ostend to Dover  He did what lie didn't Intend.  CANADA'S SCENKi  '  Travel by tlie C, P.:  uurerl ot SOLID I  First-class C. P. R.:  on all throuch trilss|  Tlirough'Tourist Sleep  Tourist Rntcfl quoted:!  East, West,]  ��� The Old Con  -   The Orient,  ��� The Antipo  Hedfj;<��f��<ijv*4 timl  Kjrc-x.  Some years ago. not being able to account for the disappearance of eggs, a  wire cage trap was set In a fowl run.  After a little time this was occupied���  net by a nit, but a fine hedgehog tilled  to its utmost' capacity the trap. It  Was reset, to be tilled In a few days by  Mrs. Hedgehog! No more eggs wcrq  missed.���London Times.  Those  de-siring Inftq  gard to any pari oft  ed-by the (). V. P.. or'  are reqiif-sted to applfj  R.  represontative ort  C. E. McPfl  Gen. PuJ -VI  Canadian  BV'-_  l   crawled  ��������*,.       ,     awa.v,   as'mmed   for  the  first time in mv lirv ~e �����       ��� , . .       ,  Vrtmpn    i       ��       or tlie girl 1 love��  weaT' orl Sald   t0   n^Sfclf'   ^e  poor,  n,w ��rfatures-   -T-hey  believe 'every-  becm'wi ;��r,d FylinjfdillG nil]St ��^e  denv I, 1GI; Garl-V- ��P.".'''ad.'-.but'to'  nH.     n    T10le: Sbe accepted the de-  -oel   J t\      ,t0 the Cblm'11 ��*the lamb  2,l? thef^*nbles.  Oh. Molly!   Who-  coud have believed it of you? '  I. left the church and went away.    I  .    -Where  was now the cold and haughty front?  ?rom hi, -i   ��5 PUrPlG> hiS e^�� darting  ^om^ead.asonVwhohathsomf  old vum��� T and ,rera1^. for his  mmd^r   ^r^ ^'H  he might murder    t> ��� IkInow,nS wuom  fore this 6WhS{ *��**   ^ h�� had be"  the visit to Lvnn   ��� Vk"6 !neaniQ�� of  to himself^', ?*����?*** rUlD  Lord   Pylin^nn   .   , 8-Patron. .; ., .  suddenlyln^ed^l"150,11?1"  ass, a villain, a Sit^   f^a fo�� ' an  the plot," he saiS.  - You are ia  Gold Brick Brown-  Den youse don't want  to buy it?  Uncle Joe���Well, not  jest now, sonny. You  see, the gilt ain't quite  worn off the last one  J got from you. ,  A       Dellcat  Point.  "It seems to  makeScadding-  ton's wife as  mad as a hornet every time  ho boasts that  he began at the  foot and worked his way up."  "Well, he  started in as a  bootblack, you  know."���Chicago Record-Herald.  IU*)ikjK-<mI.  Hlggins���riow is it you are always  Idling about? I never see you when  you have anything to do.  Wiggins���The fact Is. It takes so  much of my time looking after other  folks' business ! have none left for  looking after my own. Don't you find  .something like the same trouble yourself?  901  ���Vld  lit-8  Poor  CIoMeta.  "And, you see. there are plenty of  closets," Kjihl the flat owner, showing a  lady through the -ip-irlmeutH.  "Do you call those closets?" replied  the lady. "Why. gracious me, they're  not big enough to even keep our fatiiliy  skeleton In."*���Yonkers Statesman.  Great  Tourist Kn'M to ��-j  ONTARIO, (H  MARITIME p1  <��i<J EASTEf  m  y,  &  Ono  of the ��'osl .  with owy iiKXlef^  tho  comfort ot I"-50'!  You have been;ubo^^-��^ong.  My   lord,   my   lord    h���  What could I ii!   ,Ihave Patience.   '"-��� eartn. and  Rigei   on, nf ..     x    -  .        * '"ow,   I wa3 bIdaen p 'brightest stars in tue '^t^Uol olt  Giania ana Pyemic,,��� Space.  ,  eiH-e ?  !van ,mWse-range of differ  whenn.o"'0   b/'iglU,1CSS  of  the   stars  ���ofWm    rUrnS takcn for �� standard  o.Hv o P      0tl' "Somo of the stars emit  2 ui Sin t:rdrh ns much iight  sand tiS�� 0thera emIt n-tbou-  fcnst twHtarl K'tbJnk8-the^ m'e at  ably 10 000 it �� of which,Is prob-  -tors.were drneJr to?,tl!er;��rth0,,e  ���Jt would butBlJ^^^ ** /��  brightness.   The ul '? 'f0,000 tllncs -'���  Pus.  which  is LZ ?'"m arC Cano-  HphereandI���vis^frriUhi;ni   hCm5-  the earth, and  lli'iiicinln.r*i  (he Kfiidncusc'i.  "He says his proudest boast is that  he never forgets ii kindness."  :   v  "That's right. He never does forget  one that be does yoti. and he won't i'et  you   forget   It?either."  Ocean  by  For   diite-i .0/ ����  tion of berths,aPP*T  tho  Canadian  to  Tra:  North'rSB  GEO  {Re if'i  Proof  PoHlflve.  "Looney is no judge of human nature  nt all."  "Why,do you say that?" |!  "Uo has such sublime faith in himself." -  tic^i  fforli'P|  J m our -part of  Hln   PnllliiK,  "He always has an excuse ready."  "Yes;  he believes-more In  good  excuses than in avoiding the necessity for  aiiy excuse." '   ,   . ���*  He���You ore  gold, dear. .',;  She-Oh, that's olci  thing new. -  ��Wilfltfilinlll I'e'ff  "Say rm wort" w   ^  Yonkers Slntesma*  M^h   -r''  AK affectation is tile attempt of pov-  fore. tnidci  Defendant-  dition,  '3 RUY  ���Mui  erty to'appear  -"'73  see mo twice.-'"'  vo^^5  if  K'  ii��lE  w&tetm [OYIfc LEADER.  IOYIB,   B.   c,.  was never better pleas-  en  seated  in front of    a  pie.   Pork    pie  was  his  When imprisoned in the  jibitteiest complaints were  to  food    that  was  fur-  Some men  a position  work.  that  ]��y hs.  ���y looking fo  "u'�� no time to  THE    BIUGHTFST    vm,,"  lade,   but  young  lives   *SfnWEKS    avast  yere  coughs  and  coldt,  ��.*n��B"jd   b>'   se-  h.v   Dr.   Thomas'   Kclect ri,y r ���?  |,rt��n-ed  cough/ bronchitis   �� "    , CroulJ*  .     ,.        ,       of   the thro,'t   in',,'11, 8h��r<-  a"  ueheved     by   this     sterile,       lu"��H-   "���  . which    also     remedies     rhS���  pi?',aniti<-n.  sores,  bruises,  piles   kid���* �����.lIc   P*in8.  I whooping  , affections  ? -hety,  ���1 and cjj;l  was, and never will be, a  nacea, in one remedy, for all  h flesh is heir���the very na-  ��i-m6��ij<*M��Jy curatives being such that  IStBSESijiSeruia of other and differently  ���2**f��B*BlrBeases rooted in the system of  .*H*S��SS��tr-wJiat' would relieve one ill  vlKw&^W*��'ul<*' ag��"*-vate tlie other. We  .���.Ji^fhiiW^er.1 in Quinine Wine, when ob-  .ffisEffl*?33fB. sound, unadulterated state,  ,*5*��*1''i'3E&'or ��nany uncI grievous ills. By  -w����-*\| arid judicious use the frailest  .re Jed into convalescence and  SJi&by tho Influence which ljuinine  J��#h'*nature's own restoratives. It  iie , drooping 'spirits of those  ��jt]f%9ff��om a chronic state, of morbid  ittpwOS^y. a-nd lack of interest In,' life  J3ty34lp$9-s<},   and,   by   tranquUizing    the  is  most  economic.  ney difficulty, unu  Pope     liked     stewed  Sometimes   'when vi.siti,),,  lie abed for two or three  time, unless he heard that  to be lamphreys for dinner  would  rise and make h  amphreys.  he would  dt��ys at. a  there were  when he  at the table.  is  appearance  BABY'S   OWN   TABLETS.  on  /our  imeri  hree milel  ad in Ju'J  ' trout it!  c~ cani^  in climfciii  our I  rado'Swr,  loses to  sound   and refreshing  rts vigor to tlie action of the  Ich.   being , stimulated,<-    courses  >ttt  the veins,  strengthening    the  .niinal   functions   of   the   system,  nking' activity a necessary ' re-  irtagthening   the  frame., and   giving  v digestive  organs,  which  natu-  nnd  Increased  substanco���result;  ippetlto.   /Northrop   &   Lyman,  !lii.     have  given    to , the  public  Senor Quinine Wine at tlie usual  ill    igauged   by-    the' opinion   of  i*   this     wine approaches  nearest  of  any  in    the    market.      All  sell ,it.  Keep  Little- Ones"  Hot Weather  Well  During  Months.  the  in  ���00��M  imperor     Charles V.-  was     a  icmiinable  glutton,   and' 'was  mything he could chew  und  ff^?f    1T0;    finally  died  of  a ,sur-'  "Hed  by  overeating.    It  is ' beT  \    physicians  that   his   appe--  morbid and diseased.    ���> ���'���  Liniment Cures -La'Crispc.  '    .     f 1        ��� -. 1   ���*    >   '  1 * '     11  *    -r*   0  perhaps well  to remind   that  ^,e parents are doing all they  _���_, .   .pA'ake her happy,' and  who is  ii^a_&tlKfled;j that some day her' hap-  fbnienV   in life is ��� when     the  asleep."-      ,-   ���   ' -        <     '     "  iverage wife imagines her hus-  Jvould have remained  a bache-  ' he had .not been    fortunate  to meet her.      .      ��� '  |he game of  life the one-armed  kiys a lone hand.  'ENTEM  luaranlji  Han never knows, whether a wo-  ,lmt  is ,on'straight or crooked.  R��(��  zsm  fproprietor    of a ^German men;  keeps caged  together'-a lion^  ?r,   a  wolfe  and  a  lafnb.   which  fhels     ".The     Happy    Family."  asked   confidentially^.how   long  animals had lived' together  he  pored:  ten years,  but the lamb    has to  ienewed   occasionally."���Philadel-  Times..'! ' .   ���  tfie  c, P.l  ���LID  '-fift  srs. C.C. Richards & Co.    ,'       ,,  ar  Sirs.���While  in-'the-  country,  unimer    I was    badly bitten-by  crpvuS-'-^i��?:-litoes���so bafi*y that, I thought.  ^���^'������^I^diild be disfigured for a couple oT  weeks.    I ��� was  advised   to try * "your  imcnl to-allay the irritation,^ and  dso.    The effect was more" than  pected���a    few applications, com-  ly     curing   the     irritation,   pre-1  ng the bites from becoming sore.  \UIVS 'LINIMENT is"  also  " a  article to  keep  olT the mosqui-  ,   Yours truly,      '' ,,.  <        W!  A.  OK'E,  Nfid. Jan, 8, 1898.  ,Ji" you want to keep 3 our utile  ones nearly, .rosy and iuu 01 lue uur-  ing'tiie hoi weather give them isa-  by's Own Tablets the iuuiml-ui th  show signs of being out' 01 oidi.*r  any way.  This    medicine  cures  all forms     of  stomach and-    bowel troubles,  which  cixvry  off so  many little ones  during  the summer months,  and it, the best  thing in  the  world foY sleeplessness,  nervouiJiiess, irritation  when teething,  ^tc'   It 'is just  the medicine for hot  weather troubles; first, because it always does good;  and second, because  it  can   never   do   any  harm���guaranteed'free from all, opiates.     him.  \V.  It,. Bassam, Kingston, Out., says���"1  began     using' Baby's   ' Own  Tablets  when my little girl  was about three  months  old.' At that    time she ,had  indigestion  badly;   she  was  vomiting  and had diarrhoea constantly and although Sho' had an apparently ravenous     appetite  her     food  did.her  no  good  and sfte  was  very thin.   Nothing helped her until wo began,giving  her-   Baby's   Own, Tablets,   but-after  giving, her    these  the  vomiting, and  diarrhoea ceased  and she began     to  improve     almost "at    ,once., 1' have  since     used .the Tablets     fpr,,    other  troubles     and  have  found   them    all  that^can    be  desired���they, are . the  best,    medicine   I     ever , used   for  a  child."    " ' ' '   "   ,*  These Tablets are'readilyc, taken by  all children,,', and-can be given to the,  smallest,, weakest irdant by crushing  them-, to a -'powder; Sold at drug  stores or you can get, them post paid  at 25 cents a box by writing direct  to the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.',,  Brockville, '. Ont., or ' Schenectady,  N".   V. ��*     -        '     ' ���������..'-  MARKET REVIEW.  OHALV AND PRODUCE.  ri]\e local market has been quiet  out iirm all week, with a very small  busmess doing. jn the fore part OI-  tne week il,e feeling was somewhat  stronger. While buyers were scarce  noideis were not disposed to reduce-  prices m order to sell, and on Wednesday io. 1 hard was'worth 76|c.  1 northern 75c and 2 northern 72ic  fcpot or July delivery, in store Fort  William. With the easier markets  outside the feeling here is easier too,  and at the end of the week  were practically the same  were a week ago, viz., 1  3 northern 74 Jc, and  in store Fort William  first half, August  A RAILWAY MAN.  EXTRAORDINARY     UNPLEASANT  SYMPTOMS  OF KIDNEY  TROUBLE IN THIS'  CASE.  prices  as     they  hard 70^ c,  2 northern 72^c  spot,   July or  delivery.,       , ���  J'LOUR���Demand   is   light   and  the  market     is    unchanged     as   follows:  OgUvie s  Hungarian,   $2.05  per sack  o. ' 98    lbs. ;  Glenora Patent  Alberta,   ��� ��1.75;     Manitoba '  XXXX,  S1.25.  S1.90;  S1.G0;  ELECTRICAL LEAKAGE.  Itoc'nester,   England, ,thc  death  nsl,   in ken   place   of   Mr.   George  Sums Crook,  formerly inspector of  Sliinery   in   the   Royal   Navy.    Mr.  Bik.  who  ' was  seventy-two  years  Hi",  was known   in  the service as  urn n     who   sat     on   the safety  ��i."  for  his  plucky action  during  iKi.'.vptian war of 1882.' He then,  >' risk   of  his   own  life,   adopted  Iheioie expedient  indicated  in or-  ��    raise sufficient steam to  lift  i* nt Suez,  by means of a rick-  [t'une     two     locomotives'    which  urgently required on the Kgyp-  Ihiilwaw. ,' '  WO  BOWS  ^.-if.-LEANS'- EFFECTUALLY;  -..���.^OVERCOMES  /f Ritual Co  f.  '���ITS.  PERMANENTLY  IcialE'  "5? rMV THE GENUINE -MANT'D BY  ^ <^-'>j^^.-<^t  tB^l BY ALL DRU6Q.ST.S. PRICE ^Oe.PfRBOTTlf,  One   of   the   Great' Dancers,- "WTiIcli  1   Threaten   Men. .   ,.  The greatest dangers which threaten'  man are generallyjnvisible to the victim,  and .among these  none ���is  more  productive of disastrous consequences  than '.'electrical leakage," the selfsame  leakage used by the natives of njlhot  climates to lower .their temperatures.  As.no organic function can take place  except byi means of electrical'currents,  so It' can be easily understood that if  these  currents   leakt froni  our  bodies  the loss of power  must be distinctly*  harmful.    A common instance of this  loss of electricity from our bodies consists of what we call a nervous shock,  the scientific explanation being that a  sudden egress of electricity takes place  owing  to  the   violent  mental   impressions involuntarily forcing a current of  power through channels which had not  been previously open to receive them.  "This," remarked a scientist, "is but  one case among a thousand of the ways  In which we uselessly expend our vital  power.    The electrical waste of a person Is entirely due to his surroundings  ������the seat upon which you -sit, the table upon which you write, the floor, the  ceiling, the fireplace, ��� the rays and colors of light which  surround  you,  all  may be Instrumental in absorbing your  electricity,  to the great detriment of  your health.  Red or yellow lightwaves  excite electricity within you! hlue and  violet  waves exhaust it,   while green  waves are practically neutral in their  ^effect.                                   ,  ."The air you breathe places you in  direct communication  with" the walls,  windows or hearth of your room; If,  owing to the manner in which they, nro  constructed, they place you in electrical  .communication with the soil on which  your hou>:e is built, an 'earth return' is  formed,' and   the   electricity   in   man's  condenser���the brniu-is drawn out of  the  body.     When   one  stands   in   (lie  vicinity "of a place of electrical exhaustion one ought to face It. as the base  of (he skull and spine, being the center  of the nervous system, are more sensitive to outside Influences than is the  more covered front of the body.    This  is why one feels so tired when sitting  wiih one's hack   to a   lire:  the (lames  serve  as   conductors  and   extract   the  force  from  the  exposed  nervous centers."-  .   An  Obllpinff   Youth.  "Miss Bink seems to bo a very sad  mid serious person." said Miss Cayenne. "Nothing over seems to make  her smile."   '  "That's   too   bad."   answered  Wishinglon.    "1  ��<*ess  IM1   *)r0*)0s0  her     That seems to be the  I"ch'ti"  do.     It   never   fails  laugh."  M1LLFEED _ Bran is iirm and  worth ��15 per ton in bulk. Shorts,  firm at S17 per ton in bulk, delivered,  subject to usual trade discounts.  GROUND FEED���We quote : Oat  chop, per ton, $28; barley chop, ��24;  mixed barley and oats, ,$2(5; chop  screenings, $15.50;. oil cake,  ��30'.  OATS���The market for oats is unsettled. Business is quiet and mostly .confined, ,to local account., We  quote: No. 2 white,'40-5c per bushel,  for carlots' on track here; feed  grades, l>,7 to 38c. " At country  points farmers are1 getting 31c to,3lc  for No. 2 white oats. Street oats  are  not ��� oiTering.        <��� ' ' ,  BARLEY���All offerings are riow being taken (or feed at 40c per bushel.  The movement is very light.  SPELTZ���Dealers are, doing ����� little business in.speltz for feeding purposes at.50c per bushel of, SolDs.  HAY���Demand is fair and the market steady at $7 to .$8 -per ton -for  carlots on track here-for fresh baled.  ROLLED ' OATS���Milling compan7  ies report their prices unchanged as  follows : 801b. sacks, $2.20 ; 401b.  sacks are worth ��2.25; 20s, $2.30;  and, 8s, $2.(50 with cover. Twolb,.  packages,' $3.60 without case.'Granulated and standard oatmeal is unchanged at $2.75 per $81b. sack.  POULTKY���The market is quiet.  Live chickens bring 70 to 75c per  pair, and. turkeys are worth lie per  pound, live weight. '  BUTTER��� Creamery���Receipts are  fairly large and prices hold steady  at lG^c to 17c per pound for choice  creamery,  f.o.b.,  factory  BUTTER���Dairy���Dealers ' are offering asBhigh as 13c per pound, commission basis, for choice table butter in boxes or. tubs,, and from that  figure the market .ranges, down' to  'lUc for low grades.  ��� CHEESE���The market is steady  and , purchases have been1 made at  Sic -por pound. ,.The range, of prices  is from 8^c to 9c per'.pound delivered hero.       "',*,'"  EGGS���Receipts are moderate, and  the'' market holds at 13c per dozen  for choice case eggs delivered in Winnipeg.  DRESSED MEATS���Receipts are  improving, and the market is easy.  We quote: Beef, city dressed, 7�� to  8��c per lb.; veal, 8 to 9c; mutton,  9c; spring lambs, each, $3.50 to $4  hogs, per pound, 7�� to 8��c.  HIDES���No.  1 city hides, 6Jc; No.  Tortuied by all Kinds of Pains and  Aches he Tries Everything, but  Fails to Find Relief Till a Friend  Advises Him to Use Dodd's Kidney  Pills���They Have "Made a Well Man  Ui    XlllU   uuU   lie   lS   GriatClUl.  OLtawa, Onl., July 28.���(."Special.;  ���i'Vanii-'Ciiai'tiand, a railway uiuu,  uho^e home is 13u Little Uhaudiere  Stijjet, has acknowledged that UotlJ. s  .hauiiey iJiils . nave done more for  luni man anything else in the wond  bus ever done, lie says: . "1 suilered'  with backache and. was always  drowsy and had a yery heavy feeling  ui my limbs.  "1 hud irequenl severe headaches  c*nd more tiiues very fahaip pains 111  the top of my head, which ga\e me  much'unnoyance in my work.  "jiiy lingers would cramp and i  would have an uneasiness in my1 legb  "and occasional pams in the loins.  "1 was dizzy in spells and short of  breath., If 1 ate a hearty meal 1  would have-a pain in my, left side.  Mi appetite, would sometimes be  very good and sometimes I couldn't  eat anything.  I had a constant soreness and tenderness over the spine and tired feeling in the region of my Kidneys.  "1 suilered quite a little with a  dragging heavy leeling across the  loins.  "Dodd's Kidney. Pills were recommended to me by a friend of mine  who had been-cmed, and 1 negan to  use them.   ,  "Almost from th'e0start I began to  feel- -the wonderful improvement,  which continued as the treatment  pioceeded, till the unpleasant symptoms liad on one entirely disappeared. .  "Dodds" Kidney Pills have worked  a wonderful cure in my case and 1  cannot speak too highly of this great  and good remedy."  What .Dodd's Kidney Pills have  done for Mr. Chartrand tney have  done for thousands of others; and  they'll do the same for you, if. you  give them a chance.     <  There are many railway men in  Canada "today who find Dodd's fflid-  ney Pills indispensible. They are the  1 ail way man's surest and best'friend.  The constant vibration on trains  and engines is very hard 011 the kidneys, and Dodd's Kidney Pills make  these organs well and'able to resist  disease. , , l'  2.   54c-;  No.   3,  The man who borrows money borrows trouble. ' The man who ,lends  money doesn't, .need ' /to" borrow  trouble,  him.  He has a good supply'���with  Monkey Brand Soap makes copper like  gold, 1,tin lika silver, orockery like marble, and, windows like crystal. 1*1  If some knockers were able to make  money as easily as they make trouble  their wealth would soon become burdensome.  4^c. Kips and calf  as hides; .deakins, 25  10 to 15c; horsehides  the same price  to 40c: slunks,  50c to $l!  WOOL���Prices' range from 6 to 6$c  per pound. ��� '  CATTLE���The range cattle are now  in condition, and shipping for export  is commencing. There is a good der  mand' for export cattle, and prices  are high, consequently we may ' expect to see an active movement from  now ' 011. There is also'a good demand from local buthers for beef  cattle. Choice ^export cattle are'  worth, 4Jc per pound off cars at  Winnipeg, and butchers' grades from  3y   to <J��c.  There is a paper published at Sing  Sing prison called " The Star of  Hope," but no one has ever been  known to apply for a permanent position  on  the staff.        ,   ,  Minard's Liniment is best flair Kestorer;  READING  POLLY'S PALM.  I  t   A  Willie  to  best thing  to  get  a  Kn.ir <o  Find   dot.  that a man  (.s���'t know on which side his bread  when It's so easy to  v" I never learned chetrognomy  Nor chelrognomy's lore.  But over one wee, dimpled hand  >     1 dearly love to pore.  .1 touch the dainty finger tips  -     And (hid a wondrous charm  In tracing hidden happenings  While rending Polly's palm.  I enre not what tho line of lit*  And line of head impart; ,  My unxlous mind is centered on ,   1  The wavering line of heart. :_>���  I trnv'el up the .sacred mount* '.'  ��� In search 61" boding harm !t  And study feigns and character* [  "While reading Polly's palm. ~   ;  ���1' ���:  Jupiter's elevation shows       .     f  A tyrannizing trend; J ,  -;  Apollo's hillock- signifies \    , ;  A bride that may unbend; , ,  Mnrs' mount denotes resistance    ���     \.  To my encroaching arm; ,  Alas, my fortunes rise and fall    {  , '  While reading Polly's palm.     i"'\;  i".  Venus Implies some vanity, i,  A dear desire to shine.  And Saturn shows a disbelief  In ardent vows of mine.  Cross lines, which foretell obstacles*  Kill me with vague alarm;  My spirits sink to zero mirk  While reading Polly's palm. 5  Everybody likes and respects self-  made men. It is a great deal bctter  to- be made in that way than not to  be made at all.  Don't let your heart grow, cold,  and you majr carry cheerfulness and  love with you into ,the teens of your  second century, if you can last so  long.  THE BEST PILLS.���Mr. Wm. Vander-  voort, Svdney Crossing, Ont.1, writes :  "We have" boen using Parmelee's Pills,  and find them by far the best pills we  ever used. For ,Delicate and Debilitated  Constitutions these pills act like a  charm. Taken in small doses, the effect  Is both a tonic and stimulant, mildly exciting the secretions of the body, giving  tone and vigor.  Sin has many tools,   but a lie is a  handle which fits them all.  Put not your trust in    money,  but  put your money in trust.  With   most  men    life  gammon���half skill and  is  like  back-  half luck.  It's an old saying that it's easy to  give advice, but good advice carefully  followed has brought otherwise unattainable satisfaction to  thousands.  Trv this and see' if it don't bring  it to you: Use OGILVIE'S HUNGARIAN FLOUR and secure all  that's good in "the best No. 1 hard  wheat, and baking days that are as  devoid of failures as the changing  fiom  night-to   day.  BY  I'.OTAL. WARJIAST  Millers to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales  'ens.  u I        \  I I  I  I i  !  1  '        f"i-    *  ���   <    !     ''       i  *'(.,'     'i*  There are a greats many real miseries in' life that we cannot help smil-  ingoat, but they are smiles that make  wrinkles and not dimples.  , Some persons have periodical- attacks  of Canadian cholera, dysentery' or diarrhea, and have to. use great precautions  to avoid the disease. Change 01 water,  cooking and green fruit is sure to bring  on the attacks. To such persons we  would recommend Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial as being the best medicine in the market for all summer complaints, if a few drops are taken'in water when the symptoms ate noticed 'no  further trouble will  be experienced.  Faith   always   implies   the   disbelief  of a lesser fact in favor of a greater.  Miiiard's Liniment is the best.  The scientific  most difficult  knowledge.  study  of man  is  the  of  all     branches   of  ���i ���*  So�� T"h�� F��oira-fcT  You pay your money, and -wo give you  the nicest, sweetest cigar made--  LUCSMA. ���  Buy on:   Tou will stay with th��m.  MANITF.A.OTTJ-RKD   BT  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  MftPEmAL R1APLE SYRUP  Tho quality standard from Ocean to  Orean. Your money back if not ��at-  lsfactory. -  ROSE & jCAIiXAMME, Agts., SEOXTREAL,.  "I  You may set it down as a truth  which admits of few exceptions that  those who ask your opinion really  want your praise.  Controvers3r equalizes fools and  wise men in the same way���and the  fools know it.  liud  to know  down."  "How absurd it is to say  do  'is'buttered  out," '  "iiowr--; .  -Prop it-    Any one ought  tha t it will fall  bujter_si(le  Vnsu* ri<5��.*mntrr.  C-ollocto.-Can't yon give mo any en-  junSment at all about this old ae-  '��m"^-Easy-Why. yes. of course   I  will pay you usjsopn as I pay anybody.  A mystic triangle portends    .  g--,  A serious setback;  A grille formation indicates  She'llkeep meon the rack.  But one sweet sign emboldens m��  And tenders.,healing,balm;  The circle.promises success  In winning Polly's palrn. .  ."S  ,*!  'Til  &  -. i ���  v-  A  the  wooden leg is  constitution.  an  amendment  to  Innovation rroml��ed.  "I am a little,weary of these conventional stage villains," said the habitual  theater goer.  "So am I," answered the. actor earnestly. "The next time I play the part  of a villain I shall make a radical departure. I shall not smoke a cigarette."  ���Washington Star.  Breathing Disease.  Infectious  diseases    are    breathed  into the, system from those affected  "with disease or from bad smells; yet  how many women breathe daily the  offensive steam from common soaps  made from rancid fats, and keep their  hands for hours in   such   solutions,  and the clothing from such soap suds  is worn next the tender skin.      rfo  wonder , disease    and    eczema    are  Prevalent I      Users of Sunlight Soap-  ���Octagon Bar���know the difference  between  that. and  the pure,  healthful smell from  the    vegetable    oils  and pure edible   fats    in   Sunlight  Soap. 208  Fever and Ague and Bilious Doiaugo-  ir-ents aro positively cured by tlie use of  Parmelee's Pills. They not "only cleanse  the stomach and bowels from .all bilious  matter, but they, open tlie oxcretorv vessels, causing them to pour copious eflu-  bions from the blood into tho bowels, after which the coriupted mass is thrown  cut by the natural passage of the body.  They are used as a general family med-'  icino  with   the  best  results.  On the programme of human events  women,are the consolation race.        ".  Some  achieve  poverty  people   are  barn   poor,  poverty,   and    some  on" other  people.  sonic  thrust  Mi/lard's liniment for Riieuinatism.  Rainbows; never surrender,  but  ways go  down  with  their colors  A. billboard may help to swell  actor's head, but a board bill,  quite another story.  Travellers change their guineas,  their characters.  al-  fly-  the  , is.  not  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS, B. C.  Without question tho best and  most effective springs in Canada for  the cure of rhoumatiam, kidney or  liver trouble*. The medicinal qualities of tha water art*, unequalled.  Splendid hotel accommodation ; ftn*  fijshing and hunting;. An ideal spot  for  the invalid.  ENGINES AND BOILERS,  MACHINE SHOP OUTFITS,  BOILER SHOP EQUIPMENTS,  PLANING MILL MACHINERY,  SAW, SHINGLE AND LATH MILLS  STEAM LAUNDRY MACHINERY,  L MINING MACHINERY,  .-...:,"���   .WHITE ,  ���''..''���  the A. R. WILLIAMS MACHINERY  CO.,  LIMITED,  T"��->s-or>-t<->,    <0"r��-t.,    Canada.  W. N.  U. No.  387'.  ���That..man who.-says-ho never makes  a mistake probably doesn't know one  When he" sees. iti. '  A. man may pie able to fool  as to his importance, but it  cult to   fool  his neighbors.  himself,  is  dim- t \  u *,  i ��� i'  it t  t   ',��  '!:������ -.  CBl--'' .   ,    i"  r���'( -J  h:; i  r  ( i'  r  1  ,  t     ,  ���u  ii  "���''Hr^:  rfcAc  I JKFffl LBADJBS.  jggse'**r��^,i8''K'*��-'F^^        Jgg>j-Jr-'F*.^?..t.  Notice of-lilssofcillois  , TAKL -N'OTICK lhat the -part  ___ . to*e online between  (he ���ucdenisucd. under J  he fiimaame of Johnston Bros, ha* this day   1-    I   ��J0|.*l   f'lVCAlvnn    1,..       .. . .    . 1  &*��.  '.V,.' f,t.V��i-h��,��.'��  ���     Ii-**-    7-      -l      '       " " /'nefiJiD iiameo/Johi.  -'.  Ulifjied m the.in tares t of the people I been dissolved by  mutual cou^'nt.   The hvd-Ur    * y<      ,  I of.Mnv.i�� ��.��,l tw ���*���_.         '���etSV1!lb�� he"*ttes carri��d oa ^" ����"- ^ k    '      eS'Gry MondW cvenJnS hl   ^eir  J. *..Johnston, who a&humeir ail liabilities ofj hal1   Oil   "'   '     "  MS ���&  of-Moyie and East Kootenay  TvLXTK & CO., Publishers.  1 HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.  J rwrr. i#  ft _. ,  I the said partnership  and   to   whom   all debts  [ <"*. mg.tae said partnership mu<?t be paid.  Andrew Johnston,  i ��� ,   , Pintir F. Johnston  Dated 9rh day of August, I9f��  ���f^ship -Mo j^^HES^ L  0.  O.  F.  leagued, -under { %^^0^-X^^3   Wiidoy Lodffe  No, 44  it- lvc.      fk..-     <���*!,,...   I        **-*ar-���"������V       **"    ffT?**���^V^^ t .  cry Monday evening in  their] wholesale anu betaij.  fr, 1 t. m Victoria stree{"  s��3��ura��8 MEAT    MEKCHANTS  Odd ieilows cordially invited.  ,,  _ _ Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh  J>. J. Smyth. P.D.Hope,    '  AToble Orand. SecrV.  ..?2.00  iATUKDAY, AUGUST, 23, 1902.  -ST O II O F -4 ������������  Xotk-3 is hereby given th'at'sOdar* afteP uate   ^��Y^       MllierS'     UniOIl  1 intend to apply to "the Commissioner of Urals '  and Works for a special liec-use to  cut and j - --����� <*���" .   *��� j..  , S E��: "^ *��m fb* fo]!o��� ae- Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  ���     a   , rST^      o-rVer   ll W�� con.n.enciacfltapo.t Ranted near tbo 85i   eveni����-     Sojourning -members    aref  *eem tfa��tl Old   Man   Simpson, ��   at-  �������!��* ��the c. P., n,IlltMr on  the ,,est  cordialy invited to attend '  tempting to Morgafitee the   newspaper I Jf1*   of l1^ .Moric river,   East   Kootonav. ��ea iqaitena  lousiness in South East Kootenay. J S^SSSS tSee SS I SS  ^ B^���^   . ' " P' *��� Smyth.    ,t0 iw^t p*. commencement.    Containing   (3-10 -President,.. Secretary  On^ifference between a  gun  bar-J SSStTi5r!Si��.'        '^"^^  ���relanda  whfsky barrel is   that oneJ   -kills with a hang and theot-uer with a    '  !buug.  - j^oyie Board oif Trade  Meets on the first .Wednesday  NOTICE.  r Notice is herehy -riven that 30 days after date .     -7��� ,    ii j ;ff,n?1lap?yi0 the chidi commissioner ot     '    ' evening of each ,'raon th. at  AOranbrook jeweler who  found ai SSy^S S^ S^ ^ �� o'clock sharp in the court     '  ���bcd.bngra the works  of a watch   he jcribedlands;,                 -     ' lonoiu^�� des-| .bouse. '    "'"''  Was   rcpaiiing   says   that;; the  insect r^*Wcmffftta post planted near the 350 A."p". Macjjovild   Prnc      "    ��  m    ==5======                    JehauS,thence south SO chains, thence west so]       ' .^ProV. ���          SecV  ^o|f Houston  is-going   to revive/^��V&nM^^f?^"'t0^^^ ^ --'I  Fish, Game ana Poultry. "We  supply only the best. Your  Irade'eolicited.  .     MARKETS  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Towns.! in  British .Columbia  CRAKBROOK, B. C.  Hbadquartkbs for East Kootexay  -voyib's leading hotel  ���  /"^ >w *l/.?,flt��- *i " ' " "-.���������..�����>, uieiice west so  v^ofag Houston is 'going   to revive/ Z ���  '���t-hcilC01?orth so eha*"s ���" roint of com-  ���==?=  4jadi|ivwkiy ?or xlie presenl. ' The |D��tedM(h JiV. ����*., '- '            ' 1'W    V * ;  Ti'ibdlB deaetVea (o'Sourigh. for 7^n110.; ��� '--,���+ . ���    '  |ie brightest newspaper man in  'S'tenays, '  F. GTJRD,  ' t  J  NO'ilCK.  -Votice �� hcrlsy gjver 'that Sft dftys after date I  inlerid to Apply a the Chief Commissioner off  Lands and works for a special  license to cut   CRA l-CRFlm*  ��nd carry away thnher from the followids des f 00K'  ilAKKISTEJt, SOt,ICIT01t, KXC  Atgticlein a daily paper asaorta  SJKJI.  llal��Re 3S a SC'Uciiy of railroad tele-    , Commencing at a post planted  nci- the o,.  nirtfiSaVnf.ilni.o   s,<\.:.,,,    u ,.n..     _.. , I mile nnsf. rtn #i���v    r\     r.     t,...- ."        L  "''  .jjnip  bein  plactM'  rind  posej  Aerators rofring ��o -the  wages' JJ1"? pos,1 "u u% ^-* p" i^iVray XtbTeast  ^mal, to bold tUem to. ,neif  U��^ **  *-  ��- JJ-J-JJ.  s  Ihe   railroads  ar��   *��.,���,-;��.   *.. I thence wci�� SO chains,   tlicnce  north SO chain*  to point of commencement.   Contalnlmr'"wo  acres, more or less. aj  a  twattt  Dated JBlth July, 190:1. ���        '���    *       t  g.^  The best of accommodations  for tho fraVeling'public.  -P: J. McMahon, Mgr.'  e  railroads are   trying  tu j  iiiiedy for   the  scarcity.    Sup-  >y try a raise in wages.'  MinixlgStock  ^Wk& ar*d effeotivo meanfi of gpt-  ling����n vitli lbfeir bo��3ea fot a clU  Lr  >*(JTICJS.. -    ,  Police is ljereliy given that 30 days after date  I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands.��nd,vdrks for .1 fecial  llconsf f0 cut  and Hrtnv ,...-���,-   .:._!.. _  ..     .... lu   v*ul-  McKILlOP,  -*��-��-*���'.  in vx^s was resdrie-d   to  recently  by   Laf s'a:  -������ lu vw  ilalifelabdrers-dii a, railway  in "G^  SedSsi"5' tiuiWerfroiri "-^o^ing.des  :uaij^! Two -gangs   *'���  ��� -^   ���   -'���    ""�����-���-  the ^frk;   one   Ger  UallM     When   the  ���3RAIfBR00K.|    . ASSATE1M.,  .,.��..,,��j   ju   vjci-i crjoea lauds:  were  'engaged   oh I    Commencing at a post planted ne*r th<  rnian;   the  ,0lher  .^lI^of.rUe c' r' ��4��way on the weatl  redaction  Commencing at a post planted near the 81S  bank  ���fragggtvas   ahnouiice"d the 'Gentians I wc^^^oi^, thence^oVth w"cS to^ho'  NL��^."f. commeubemefat'   'Containing   G40  FRED SLOAT.  3-16  Daily market prices "by  wire  from Spokane.-    ' '   ' "  Vtr'uil  , -~���      v.i^     w<ii 11^0,118 1 .  '   -    "  The Italians kerit- on  work- -LT' of comme  >   ^g    , . ,t     Uli , "urii. -acres; more or l6is��.  ;ng^ cut an   inch   off  the 'end ��� oi Dated 2sth juiv- igo->-  thei^hovels; , Wheii   this  was  clis-i  ray.*.!*          ���.������������w       }rt*ij       ^tjo  C0V'#| tlie rihglea'dei- was  asked  for  f'u ,p|lauation:  and  said":    "Not   so  huipjjay, not lilt go  fiiucli dirt.  tiwronger last work.''  ,     .   '-^"       ���  :--.7.-r"*Jr-J-".~<-*--  NOTICF.  Bo  iriwua j ���ai-ag.���i  Examination Hare!.  Jfotlce Id liercj5y given tli'-lt SO dai-S a ter vJftiP  t intend to apply to the chiel commissioner &  Lands and Wor���� for a , special license to-cut  cSeTlandary "^ '" too^*��* ��et  . s,  _ ^aminnwoa uarc. < 1    Coiume.u/-!1'nff at a post planted   at-the North  .l.e kicking 'about the,recent eltamina-  alonePalmer^a*-creek to Lot 3094 group one"  1 rMT rtraUC' t9*-^e -C^C< kigh   ^of^'S^celiormlf, ^^  o��   They wy  that many pf ,the  thence ,-e.taocht^tS S     S"S  pafc Vyere'.altogether  too  hard' and       "',''"Da'CA " "       "  "���"w ,^?. do not kn.��w how hard or  oolffij' they were'; but ��� prdbably they  Vvre^pfueihiug like this":  H'hyisaben?  How nniriy birds are (/here in   Fsveii  tf Cfyc price bl fc'ebr is a long bit, and  i^-er iemaiiis at 52"cents', what  will k  lun of coal cost next Winter?  LEWIS THOMSON,  neLso^',' >���  M8yi��  Notary PtiBLirj, 'AtcouK-  *��*�� ��bd��h -HBOOTf;.; AND"- ;SHOEs|  _   ���      I ZT.K6pairea sod Mode to brdtjf,  i^StiM-Ai^is-Ab^r.1'  ^A.gMifHi'^ mfi&  Rubber Sta^ps,.Seals/��Ak"MAfcBitdid^iat^^Atb,  stencilai     price     markers,     p*-^;,^ f^-w-^ r -" r - . " '-' -^ ^  wheels)  numbering-machinesj   'band  THE ST. EUGEN  ' THE MOYIE LUMJif  PA31K, MITCHEL  JiElD, CAMPBEL  'MacEAOHERN &  P. BUKNS & CO.  ICOOTEXAY HOTEL  CENTRAL HOTEL.  '���MOYIE. HOTEL..  THE LEADER OFF  G. H. MIXER.'  ..T. j, MURPHY.  P. D. HOPE.  J. Pi FAUKELL.  .&c,,\fcc., dec.  ���M1XI5  Ht CO.  fc Co.  ��- co.  ACDOS  'G o  ALD.  'ICE  est People Insure  best fiqmpanie  s,  iaEK^aaaaEaKsa aagg^jaeKSEii;  B.' C  Drug and Statidnery Store.  Toilet Articles  Office Stationerj  School Supplies,  thence eastSO. chains  to. point of.commencS  men t, con taming 640 acres more or less, v '  ��*13 - .      ' F. W. FRITH  Dated 9th day of July; 1002.  j Premier R,ss, !,a j" oafe onc  ,���a- S ""i"^^- "i'"i<ie ���' lm ^t  ( >.oticje:.  l%c n^tict that 30 days ifter date wc iiitciid  to apply to the. Chief. Commissioner of E(luds  aiulWorksior&21yCars. Timber.Lefesc of thj  v,"^".'�� Ia^Vltu,lte ��'n -Li'-^b c-'eek in South  l'-ast Kootenay district as follows'  Csminenclngatapost one. and thrOe-fonrth  miles north and 43. degrees west of the no h  west corner of lot 2801, tboxice weat 100 cbaW  thpllpn nnvth eft ���i. J. .. . yujilii^,  dating and numbering stgm^' c'heckj^HAS.  ;l>: ^OAM-PBBILL,  perforators",    rubber   type;   printing UHiUkwA i W-     ���,   "       "  pre&ses, etc.etc. . j      funeral Director  FRANKLIN   STAMP 'WORKS,  Vancouver, B'. C.  Morti  iMJlWa^hM  jbe^e Cli.irlfe   CliO'e   is   empe^  of  *f-iniia�� - -..  \-      -    - '- \ ...  A-in.-ii) has sii aone.auil four dtuiiih=  :*a-iii If he.bad;]iad.si^ daughtera and  /our sons, how many rijorc   fonS   than  ti8ughicfs"w��)iild lie hffve-had? -  jc&a .horse weighing _ JLG&o-J  pounds  can haul two tpns   of, pig j]^   hmv  .:nany reasons will a front gate painted  ^olue-carry ,i   young, ^vo.ra^n   c'rj   one  side arid,ay.oi;ng m:11\ Cli tjje otlier?���  Samion I'aystieak.  f  U   \ -������ - - ���  H'hyroa Should Uuy ��l*'ai* j-ia'yV c'),n' .  > Toimcro, "  '-BeoH-rtc n ������; ;.he to: ./uelitv..  tcc<"fclti5,h   ��yitla-U.iscl,ew  ..-'Jectnce  t i    Mi" Prue-*   i,''..i. ��� j",^ -   ^  -     jdu^ ^c   _',/' "1: ffrr-'le- or 10e.  ^ecHns��>.ihe f.'c* ir��   �����li>oi,irt   ;���    ���'  ��   "uvm   ,,t-.V     ���al,*"',"e..'<v  premium*.  -^can*c.,egi:,u..n|.ee-eiy,)ll^ntl(1  >onr mo-v-y if ywj are Ilor satwl,C(|-     L'nmi  the h-vrrjiv Tojba._xo Ce., Ln,.   ���  hence south SO chains, thence west i0 ch'd "��'  hence .-outh 10 chains, thence cast -10 chdin:'  henee south SO chains, thence west 20 bha nl'  ���once south ���Ochalh*, thence cast GO cha ns  hence south ao chains, thericc west ?0 chmn '  hence ?outh 20 chins, thence wcit 2fl,S  hence souths chains, thciice west 2o oil ��  uience south 20 chains, thence west 20 chains  henccsputh20chainStheilcewes-t SO ctan '  hence south ?0 chains, thence -Cst ,0 ci\'a   s-  ^enccBouUi 80 chains, thence east ��o c S u,'  hence north 20 chains; thence  ekst  ^0 ch^  hence -,0.1th �� chains, tlWe elst 8    cbS, "  hence north SO chains, thence   eR,   40 cfe u *  hence south 40chains; thericc  easV S $����  hence .souths chains, thence ens-t bd ch'S     '  hence north .to chains) thence we<Jt JiO ch, ns'  hence north ^o chains, thence west 20 chlin '  tnenco north ?0cli|ijrifc, tliericc iok JCS'  thence north en ���i,,.:....   ^. ' cnaius,  the  th  hence north so chains more or less to $1 1\  beginning,     tjijj M0yffi LUMBBE cS^td '  Bated this, 7th day d'f Atigusf. 10���    ���  City, Shaving   Parldr^  Ct>_N"TRAL   HOTEL,  1   and  Embalnler;  Graduate of Chatb'pioh Coirege ol  the  United States. . Upholstering and gen-  jleral  furniture- repairing. ' O&ce and  "| alore, Aikeri'j,   block,  near 'Canadian  iBank df Commerce:   Telegraph  and  I mail orders promptly attended to.-  . **i  ��  v-   <f  ���-,    i   . '  mi-ik; 'b.c.   I Oranferobfc  .ager Bier, Porter and lot  ieer Always m Hand.  Quality nol;ei:c^lied in thd douniry-.   ftf it J  lie tson^inced.  MEKGHANT   TAILOR  Fine   giiitjn^,    OvercbatirJg  Trduierft,   Imported    Goods  MdYIiE;.  / -       *        f  East  ,.    ,       Winnipeg  B. OIToro��td  Moritred'l*  S.t. John .  Halifak  Boston   ,  New Yorli  World's   Scenic ��� Mte.'|  JilRfifiT LINE.  , wissf   "  -        ��� mi ���niMinMn.ini i      ii     I,,,  >;��� -7  ;  ,    ^ i i n Tii iiiiB'   'a.,.   1 i'.i'i^iii  ' �� 1  srter  For  sale    in   Urge- or  small .qtmniitieaat  tho  Moyfe Brewery,  Movie  -. -- >- jv..-. m j    ��  j j;.". Halcyon Ifot SpiinBfi,  Tho most complete health resort on  the continent^ North America.    Sit-1 term cornmenc s Sent Til  aBleti   mulA.taoenory   "unrivalled- for L '"'  "'^  eran&ier, - TM2 ��� HALCYON    * ~  St:   STcf&eph'S   ednHflt.  . ,, ._ _ .yjfcLsoir, 11. c.  BoardrnJandDay S^chopj cqnd^t-  ed by tue Sialera of St. Josebh, 2?elaon'  ���B. O* Commercial and busihesa  cour8cla specialty. Excellence and'  awift progress cbaracteaise each department. Parerkc ahduld Write for,  particulars.. One month fissures the  pub.ic.pl, the,, thorougiinsss of the  bisters'methods   of   teaching.    (Next  ���Foil-:  HEAVf TEAMINd-  s  - ^  Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Skaguay  |  Uawson   <ft  .: Seattle  ��  ,. ,   .PottlandjS  -in Francisco' *  Baogagf,  ���ALSO-J  bjELlVEKV.1!  Ol3NE��'il  i j ,.,  ^r,ng,; AnowLakc^B.   C.    Kesic]ent  ���Physician and nurse,    TJontin? ficbin^  ���nnd   o^��:rMona.      ToloKritphic.  co-n"  mii0ic��tion    with    ul!    lm-iA   of     t|l(l  ���world.    Two mail, ari.ve  and   ,iejUrt  ���d-uly, ..Terms; JFia-to   $18   per   wt-k  according   to   residence   in ��� hotel1 or  ".vlla?..-Il!J:b;aths bureau   nervous md  ���^nnscnlar (li^aaes.-   jts waters heal -til  ���kidney,  liver  and   stomach   troubles"  ^K^Uib and waters are an invaluable  -mady for silver and lead poisoning  .        Kriotcnay Steam T^'kihU-.  Wesley Cline/of the   Central  hotel  oarber Shep,,i6 *novV   aSenL   ^  Koo.enay Steam Laundry  at Nel,on  All laundry lofUn Hi, cilnr��0   ,.������' b '  promptly attended to.    Lai;ndrv m*,��f  be in before Tuesday evening.    TcrrnT  cash in advance. "' j?H<  W/l. ,Prest9  ; -Photographer  Oranhrook,    Sroyj8;    ifort Steele!  Leave vF6rt William, S������.  TuCi  Fr]*  VIA. SOO LlrTl  St   Pauj,. Duiutii   and  Cnlbag-d;  Touri^  ��le<p  |^ce  EAST  Lea?t ^aul"0^   ;jL;"CUOn   ila^ ^,"  j        eaatern pointy     l0rOnto flnd   ft]1  j' ...      ,    .WEST  J-Wve   Bovftlatoiro  daily'fur    3eftlt]e  Vancouver and coaat citleo  I       ^tllG\ ^SP^rM #���� Widest ,#  tHeBerst HmHtlfet* I��cjttBr% M9."Oi^rs.  HEAdQUAftfj��rs %6fr<3-6MKkcuA>  2^1     ."-*i.->   ...* T     v"s      "~ .,   '���        -        'JiitiTi3ii.C()hi^��il|  ���;   t      ,   4-Knn'for fin'ic.  A 300 acre farm   tlirco   miles 'from  Moyio for sale. .Tliero'ia  cohaiderablo  land cleared and   it   io   well   al'doked I  with hogs and   poultry.    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