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Array iovo than  to  pay  handier   to  c'-'n  quit moving   Ssn  ���ty   of   town   on  fife  h &  ^4^^;:; ^l^iiffrz^l;  '����-  &  Ei  ^-  ��3   ��0  It/  MO  \xr  ;vS-v=?'' ^  IE. B7 P.. AUGUST 9. 1902,  ���^  ;ri co.   '  CO.**  CO.  w  <^0.\'.iLU ' <  g3 S Hl^/J  IS4TEM,  u 1&I>  !k.  Bnt we are still alive and  as anaftous" to catch trade  Hieable Settlejpen  Reached,  t  :F'  Were /co  catch him; .and  will be,as sftccfessful if you  come and. get our prices od  fori. tfi^'Jastof Oiiir,  "W&ich must b# sold out in  the next few"weeks. Bee  eour, Harge assortment of  [boots'arid, shoes.., ,-  HGfOSI -FOE m II  There Shall Be no Discrimination ' Against    the  .Miners by'"the Com-"  pany at all,      t<   .  COMPANY'S.  ^.^f,'A^.A^'^-^'.tA^.A^'A^^y^'A^.J^..ji^r^Pf.  /'2  ies,  MAIN'.''BANK   OF --COMMERCE  _ ���      -.       ...- ~     *, ��� "��� i.  faid Up-Capital   $8,000,000'.!  ':��.-'      \ < '   J  v '  ;*"  :   ���������   '-HHBER^HAINB-JHfiR-  bmgh.*  Janrjco L, B.ikoty the Erit-eh Ook]in-  ^ ibla member of th�� fljgeoutiva boaui of  tbo; Weslara ffedoi'&lion of Miners)  'slopped off iti Moyie Thursday on hie'  return from Ferric. Hei y/as in Fernie  with Chas. II. Moyer, president of 'the  W. F.of M,/audc tlio two havo -boon  instrumental in bringing about a., settlement of the strike.     '  The agreement signed by the management and the   miners   holciu   good  for,two months only,,but Mr. Baker is  confident that   at   the   expiration   of  that time a similar 'agreement' for a  longer period will be made.'  After   the    agreement,   had    'been  'signed   and 'the'strike  officially declared to have been  settled*, a further  hitch occurred, Mr.  Baker  stated, as  ."iViioot Holidays "JC-icndeti.  Ale::ander Jlobinson, superintendent of education, has extended the  school holidays in the' province' until  Monday, August 18th. This is due  to the'hot weather. A. Vf. Sutherland, v.-ho will teach the, Moyie school,  arriu-d home'Thursday irom Cre3lon  and will be ready to take up his work  one week from nezt Monday. Mr.  Sutherland suggests that the children  revievy their studies during the coming week, as the examinations' will beheld immediately after the commence-  njent of school.      '   .' *  Kcw St. ISxigeuo JJoilerc.  ��� 'Four brick layers- wero 'added, to the  force this week at ��� the St. Eugene  3ompressor in installing the now. Bab-  cock-and Willcoa; boilers., Tho new  boilers are mammoth jn proportion,  and arf- the only ones of -their kind  in tbe Kootenays. When installed  they will cost upwards'of $30,000.  Bclfi-Campbell Wedding.  ��� Tub people of Moyio wero givon a  vory flgrooabld surprise Monday v/hsn  ltobr-rt Campbell returned froM the  east with Miag Beid, sister of W. L.  Reid, as his bride. Tho wedding took  placn in Iiegina last' week. The  Leauor joins with'their many friends  in earuest'and hearty congratulations.  r.  '    .  Louts Collins Uadly Ilurt.'  Louis Collins, formerly of, Moyie,  w.��is badly hurt in Fernie'last Tuesday. He was braking on, the train  between tbe town and the mine and  in some way "had one hand and the  fingers of the other hand taken, off.  The full particulars of the .accident,  have not been learned here.  dons    Bandit's  Last ,Fght?'   -  prevent Lis "escape",' "an"d"pfatiently  waited for Uie dar/i;. ''At ^avljght  they found the outlaw's dp'a4 &>(Jy. ���  S"one oi the posse *rere, wounded,  though all of then*, had narrow' escape.' 'When they, .were' 'fjnng.'frorft  the cover of their rock, they had to  lift their heads above the, coyer, and  every time thaa was dona Tracy's rifle  rang cut, and' a bullet chjpped the)  rock.  . ���       ���       '..,'' ..,..��� -!,'  ,'    . .  Iffll I  None of the Posse were Hurt  rThougH all qjfthQiB'had"  Exceedingly.' jNar- '   ���  row Escapes. -:"  -*rr  arai ren�� Tmjt vnwtmv^  tlio company then' ldv/ered  ihe  wafro  sci'.k  MOM  J^.'A.'M.vcKknzie,  Proprietor. .' f  ;t,��I '.for "the, masses. \Everything First  :^verv �� respect,,'   Sample Booms for, .  , a /Joiaxae rciaJ Men. '     ���   .  .   -British Columbia:  Dr. llCiltly Is Oilier.  sjiehily. ' 1'hia' wafrobjoctccl * to j    -Dr: J. F. Ileddy has been  appointed  by tha in en.',* Ia Vi'*e' end  iV v/uoS de-*l chief of. nulice of   So'okane   bv   lilavor  cid  w  t  being   understdod   that 4it shoald-j townsite,here.  oy uie men., ia the end H' wm de-*l chief o.t police of Spokane by Mayor  sided that'the'men &hbuld"-recum' tu[; ��yrW. ' l)r." Jied.dy is well known" in  work without tins'point'being  settled j Moyie 'and   lias'''anr'_;c.terept' m  the'  It    l-ir>inc>-     ii'mlorwlnr>/.|     tl-..>h   Ni    oi."!...!.]] Cnmnolin   i',^..^    '        jT    '''   ' *'''"       '"��� " *',   I  come up for further coiisideratibn  aL  an early date."   . -"  A large force ofmeii   aro  again, at  I at work; tvuioii \yill' be   increased   until the whole force U  once  more  employed'.' ' ,  By the new agreement a day'stwork  ctiali consist of ono shift of..eight and  one-half hours.  During tho sni-,1 chill thore shall be"  a period of ono half hour, commenc-  ing at noon, (luring which all work  sliall be suspended both inside and  outside the yarious mines, but the  workmen shall remain in their respective mines anil shall be ready immediately on the expiration' of the said  hah hour period to resume the work  suspended by them at noon. j  - There shal bo no-discrimination by  the company against any of the miners or workmen employed by them  previous to the inauguration of the  otnkc.  GENERAL  MEWS  (VOTES.  ��� >--��-( ' -        A-'    . . -.  Edward VIII king of. all 'the Brit-  aius, will be crowned r,oday.  General Buller is now charged, with  using red   cross   wagons   for   the car-  Spokane. = Aug;  Y.���Harry   Traoyi  the ootorioua' outlaw- v/hoflQ, eao&posi'  havo'atartled tbe nation for the kst"  60 days, lies dead iii Dayenport,  the  county seat of Lincoln county.    Sheriff's,-posses and   others   are  disputing  the ownorship   of   his body.    Sheriff  Oudihee of Seattle, ,who  caime' across  the state to'  take  up   the   long  and  baffled chase, positively identified   tbe  outlaw at the inquest yesterday.  The death was immeusely tragic.  For two days Tracy had terrorized the  occupants of the Eddy ranch on the  Central Washington railroad. Then  five determined1 citizens of" Creston  hearing of his ' presence there took  their rifles < and revolvers and -tvent  after him. They kiiew their business  and did it without flinching, When'  Tracy ran, they hung upon his flank  as the deer hound hangs to the hunted  deer. Sighting the men and securing'  hie rJf.e, prac'7 ccugbt cover behind a;  hay^facb, es-caning'Gaveralrif e bulleto:  rhe posse_.tbeh found cover behind a,  lartfe rock, and for a wliile .it looked  like a.sieg'e. Thon Tracy broke for a  large boulder lying on the edge of a  small .wheat field,'and this, dash was  his undoing.    For just as he  camo  to  riage of ammunition to the front.        j the rock he fell forward, a  rule, .bullet  Vym.MacAdains, of tho Sandon Payij having broken his  leg.    IIo   plunged  streak is again a free man, He was  t'aken before tlie full court when, on  tendering an apology and 'guaranteeing to have'it appear m his paper, he  was released. In his apology, McAd-  11 ins said the only motive he. had for  publishing tho article was  in   tno  iu-  into the wheat, and- his bloody , trail, store  here shows the savage determination  of tlie man. For, after receiving this  wound, he crawled ��� 75 'yards on his  hands and feet in order to reach a  spot that would command the posse  and enable him   to   pour   a merciless  LOCAL   NEWS,  Pather Welch is in'fowh. '"  1.      1.  F. W. Frith v/as in Cranbrook yes*  lerday,        " ,     ' '",.'* :'  W. F. Gurd, Oraribrook's leading  barrister and solicitor,-spent last Sunday in -Moyio.,   ' ;  M. J. Harper ' is taking a trip  tbroug^ the Boundary country,   ���    ���'  l^loyie has - had ' another case of  diphtheria. ���-. Qne- <$ ' J. W. Rickera'  little boys was'the ��� victim,- b,ufc ho iii  now r;t>ar\y recovered,    ���'    "  Mrs, P.'I). ]r|opq is yio{t|ng v/lti) hor  paftnla'noaV SffiTysyilJ.0,   '���  '-P. ff/fthnstoujo'f th'e Ajoyfe b,oteI,'  transacted business in' Oranbrook' the  early part of the week:    '   -   ,  Get your ice from. Joseph Ifieder-  sta'dt at the'Moyie Brewery. He has  it for'sale.     r f   .' ;'a.  Tbe metnber3 of the flre brigade.  have been doing somel splendid work -  lately in'the way of practicing. ��� -  Conductor .Hunt and wife "of' Gran-  .brook spent last   Thursday , in Moyie.  Chas. and Tim Farrell are in Kimberley having some of their claims adjoining the Sullivan mine* surveyed,  preparatory to having' them crown  granted. '   :       ''���,."'"'     *''."'-  ' ���       -      r  The Methodist Sunday school picnic  last Thursday passed   off   very pleas--  antly.    The rain. storm ' marred , tii^  pleasure for a short   time;  btffc" it' did  not laet long. <.''.-"    '    "'* '''      '"   ,  J. A. Harvey  of   Fort   S'teele  Mi  here'Thursday  liiid. Priday-; diid - wdi -  busy all the time'while iii  town.    Sir.',  llarvey is enjoying an  extensive  and  remunerative   business, f'but   lis   hak  brought it about by nergsveraace and    '  good hard work.   .  Cecil Prest is here this vreek assisting James Fraser' .ih   G. H.' Miner's '  lerests of tlie public, but that the  ian. j fire upon tbom.    But  once  only  was  guage was intemperate and irnmoder-f he a^e fc? -fire f?��^1 llis vantage point  ,.ir>   nnr{'���n;A ft fi,�� ir,,���fni aA.- .,...-. (then weakened by  1902.  who  Shoes  needs;  ll^ige    only.   of|  ib Ut.   We pro-  iSSfect  hini in  all  joints  of style  ma Service. It's  ,-,,.    our   interest  E.'^o's3liyouasat-iV  .   Moyie, August 9,  Tu >ly I'litrons:  I 'take this opportunity of  tbunking-  the   people    of,  Moyie   for thoir g��ncrous  patrom-'^C   i-inCy    I    havo  btoii in. busiu^s-j'here.    I,  have ticcidod  to olo-ju  sturc for tho present, and 1  tni^t it. will only bo for 'u  irtrt    time.      I   will   be  ilc.i'-cd at all  timos to an-  j \v.->r inquiries0 -.i ud su pply  your   wants    from    Crun-  brook.     Any   isocount 10-  niiiiulng unpaid   1   would  iibk that thoy bo rimitlod to  nie at  once ns 1 am iiux,-  (j.i*s   to   closo   1 lio bfiol;-  H. MINER.  Z'lay" Cliewiug-  Wby you Should buy "Frrii-  Tobaci-o.  ISocaiibo it:;: tliobOit qualitj.  Uucttu^c it is U10 most iastiug cliaiv.  iJecausoit i5 'thu larg-esr, high grade 5 or 10c.  IJecauso the Ui-jsiiro valuable for premiums.  Kecauso wo guarantee every plug, nnd  If ccaueo your 'dealer is  authrized  to iei'nu-1  3'our money il you arc not satisfied.  Tun lijii-uir. Tiiia-;oo Co, Ltd,  ate, and void of the respect due thei:  lordships and their oUtce. The words  were not <��� intended to discredit the  bench but were the outcome cf strong  feelings. He expressed deep regret  or the publication of thec article  and  tho  loss of blood he  tried to staunch, his cruel wound,  failed, and with his levclver sent a:  bullet'thrqugh his brain.  By this time dusk -bad   ja.llen,  and'  the posse, unaware of  the  seriousness  inexcusable   and   insulting   Ian-  of his wound, and   fearing his  silence1  guage    ill   which  he  referred  to   the   was intended  to   lure  .them- .into  Jack Silk, a typographical "'tourist of  international fame, .completed a star,  engagement in Moyiel this week, and  is now doing Vstunt or two before the  Cranbrook footlights. ��� "      '  3-. W. Chew, a railroad*'1 contractqr   <  from Elko, was in   town 'several days  this week.'  The government boiler inspector  was here this week and tested the  new boilers at the St. Eugene.  METAL   MARKET,  ^?   York���Bar silver, 53   cents.  Lead, fi.pi.    Copper,  $12.20.  i  Foe  sale    ia   larijo    or  b s   1 g i��  small   qu'ip.titios at   tho  jLWJUS u0y\G Browpry,   Moyie.  judges .of the   supreme "court. ��� Theie-1 i3,-r 1     1 *,-      .' ,    , ��� - ��� -' -*    -"-'    -*-*-*���*j  v-^--.*-  fore ho withdrew and appologised   for JdcacUy ^"bual], posted  themselves   to . .Lospos-Lead, ��11, ls. 3d.  the same.    Chief Justice  Hunter  severely scored MgcAldams for his   conduct,  THE HOBO.  lOlk'O  N01|i'!;.  Init I have iipplied  !o  the Chic.'  Comiiiissujiioi-  nf   irimls   and   wmlcs Victoria  i'., f.-i-ii   ^i.n a'   ln'L-ii'.e   to   cut   aud  curry  *    "^icifo     *��� I'iih-hv   umbel-   fmia   the , Udlo\\ ins    d.-'u-ilicd  ������' "'���.���v,*kx   ^^ory    shoo K'sfi'"'f,i(w'ii,!i,:,K lu i!i,> ^,ii,ii(-,|!i 'hwsion  '"**[--. yi      j* n , ,'of E.-ivi iCot>t>'iiiiy distili-t, I!. ('.  >~i\X     IG'f^r      irnnTtr      ���.���oiMiiieiKiiiuat a posl  ubinted  on iho wo-A  id.' cf tUr.' !'������ C, Somlicrii irrilwiiy at mile post  ���.'1*/  & ���-������ m  ...,.���. lew know  * fetter than we  ���/j'^e inquire-  y^pients of Shoe  Satisfaction^    "  ^.OTIOIS.  l'uke noiice Unit .'lodays afterdate ive intend  t<> apply to the Chief Commissioner of 'J.nucU  and Works for a Ul yon is' Timber Lease of tho  iolloH-iiiK liiinls .M'tuiite 011 Lamb creel: in South  llnA Kootenay dNlric! us follows.  CciiimGiu-in;; at a post oue and  three-fourth  niilc-i north and ���!.'! devices  we,-.t   of the north  west cornei of lot 'JS01, thence west. 100 chains,  (hence noiih SO chainx, theiiee lyest 10O eliiinia,  tlieiico south SO elinlns, thencp wo��t -10 uhain.-.,  thence south JO chain'', thenee east -10 chain-:,  thi'iicc south SO ohiur.s, thenco west 20 chains,  ihonce south JO chains, thence cast (JO clinins,  llu'iice vouth 20 chains, thence west, 20 chains,  thonoe'���outh 20 chiiins, thence  west 20 chains,  thcuoi* sou'.l) '-Oclniins, thpneo wes'  20 ehiiius,  {hoiiL-e south 20 chains, ihenee v.est oO chains,  llieneo south 20 chains, thence west 20 chains,  tlienco south 20 chains, fhc-nce west P0 chains,  l.v  M11  :nerj  31,") about ft mile and  a  half  north   of C. I'. I*, j ^   survey lino, iiiunlng wc.-t SO chciii", (hence j t'h(?n(,c south o0 oi,,,!,,,, thence west SO chains,'I  south SO chiiiii's.tlicnoo cast SO uluun*-, {hence lhcm,e &0U(i, sOclmins, thenco cast SO chains,)  uortli SO chains,  to  place of commencement - .    . 1  coil I ai ni "ft (J JO aces, more or less. .i,���.,���,. r���,,<i, .in nimins   f-iiAnrir. ������ en m.oi.u  i  Dated .iuanst'ist, 1002  L.CAHILL.  lieneo north 20 cluu'ii'-, thence  cast   SO chain  thence south JO chains, thence east 80 chains  thenco north SO chains, thenco   cast JO chain--,  thence south JO chains, thenco  cast 20 clntin-i,  thenee south 20 chains, thenco east  00 chains,  Hence 1101 th 10 chains���"hence west 20 chainst  He came from where he started,  And was going where bo went.  He hadn't had a i*nicll of food,  .Not cyen had a scout.  Hi*: never even muttered onuo.  Till he began to talk,  And when he  left  the kitchen door  He took the garden walk.  He said :    "There's no one with inc.  ftecnusc [ am aloue;  1 might havo scintillated once;  "My clothes havo always shone.  "J got here 'fore thc other on,es  Because T started first;  Tlie reason I look shabby is  Because I'm dressed the worst."  Then I asked hirn where hc came  from���  This was just before wc parted���  And he muttered indistinctly:.,  "Oh, I come Irom where I started!"  ���Seneca Cr. Ketchu-v.  Qfream  Kubber Stamps, Seals  stencils,     prico     markers,     printing j  wheels,   numbering   machines,    band '  m  Mmmm,  i  1  -*  Good health  depends  mostly  upon  the  food  we   eat.  We can't'be healthy "if we 'take alum  or other poison daily in our, food.  When outfitting for camp always take  Dr, Price's Cream Baking Powder for  good health and good food. It makes  the fyiest  flapjacks,  biscuits and bread.  P-M.I OK SAXINS pOWDi-i* CO,,  QMiCA&Q,  Never go into the woods away from a  doctor with a cheap alum baking powder  in the outfit. You want the best baking  powder,in the,workl-and ii is most  economical in the'end;.-  ,   1  1        r  '���        i    ,  \  4   ''  i"  1  ���  -y ������'.]���  \ -1. j  ' ''��� ;!  I           A- ,  '  I-     v 1  1'  AS'  1 { ���'  ��� ��� d   t  "   il   "i  'I'i   A  '  ���   \  '}'  Aii-^ii��' (h;  i  i  ">  f  J  I!  ���I  THE LADY  OF LYNN  By SIR  WALTER  BESANT.  (Copyright 1900 by Sir TTa Uer Besaut.)  /  He Is to be soon at the house of the,  Lady   Anastasia.    tho   most   notorious  woman   in   London,   who  everv   night  keeps the bank at hazard for the prbfit |  of this noble lord and his confederates  It Is in the service of such a man that  Mr Scruple lias found a refuge.'   What  in* fulfills in  the  u-ay of rimy  I  know  net."    ] <-j\e yon. cousin, lire cvords* oi  splracy so vile���but part, 1 say, I did | v;  understand.  "air," I gasped, "this is more opportune    than   you   suspect.    Tomorrow  morning at G at St. Kicholas' church  they are to be married secretly.   Oli, a  gambler, a rake, one who has wasted  his   patrimony,   to   marry   Molly���our  Molly.'    Sir, you  will  interfere,    i'ou  will do something.    It is tbe villain,  Sam; he was always a liar, a cur, a  villain!"  .v.ir   was  duly ' written,   signed  and f  pealed    Then it was sent ��n stairs to   of t!l�� vror"i-   Q"<- man may cultivate  Lis lordship's private room. " hia taste; the other may  be witisiicd  with the coarse and plentiful debauch-  "Steady.  boy, steady," said my father,   "it helps not to call,names."  "It,, Is partly revenge. De dared to  make love to Molly three years ago  The captain cudgeled him handsomely  and I u-as there to see. It is revenge  in part. He hath brought down this!  noble lord to marry an heiress, knowing the misery be is preparing for her.  CHAPTER XIII.       --"  A RESPITE.  WAS as one who carries a respite for a  man   already   jn   the  cry.    Tin's  is  uot,   however,  talk  for  honest folk like you and me."  "Go on with, your story. Jack.,  Never  mind   the different   ways of  wickedness.",.  -.      _   ������ t    "Well, he heard of an heiress.    She  cart and on bis -way to l belonged to a town remote from fash-  -tyburn, or J  was as | ion���a town of simple merchants nnd  sailors.   She was very rich; much richer than he at first believed"--  "Who told him nbout this heiress?"  ''A   creature   called   Sam    Semple,  NOAH'-. ARK.  uf<i  W.  WiLV  '<���   Ita-.'H    I ��.<n    I oiMt.l     by   In.ilu  I.oil^.-.i   j. f.   ,,,.   i i-n >t- �� ircl,..-  \ v-^.-l   In   1',.   r.r,-..,  A.   Jieid  V.*..J.C.A'  file ir  cd ui  sc.i clary of Uie .Skai  i'i c.'iKl>- returned iv7\  one   who   himself  re  ceives a respite on the  ..      . w��y to Tyburn, for If  the charges In those letters were true  fhe interior of Alaska, v.ii-jte he talk  '""th.Jmliiin^.  uhov.- earnest state  "iv Inforinnnr      /   iiave slnee  ln<rilivii 11 Oh; Sam, if I Liad been there"''  o.   ot}...n*t.  ,-in.l. I  Hnd ponflnn.-irlon vv        Lord Fylingdale and his companions.  Nor can I understand what services a  poet can render to a man of such a'rep-  utatu.i-   living such a life.'  "Do .w,u follow, sir," my .father ask:  cd, laying down the letter, "or shall I  read it again?" ..  ,'fN;iy, lire lyords are plain.   Dut, Mr     ever, U  lentccrosse,   they  are  serious   words       ' "Whs-  Ihey concern very deeplya certain lady. |     "Wo must prevent the marriage of  tomorrow.. The captain knows nothing  ^ "^JW," said my father again,  I      W ho spread abroad the many virtues of this noble villainy    s^em  ple-ln his service,  a most  base and  dishonorable, service.   Mr. Purden, the  man   who   writes ribald   verses"���    I  thought of the Lady Anastasia, hut refrained.    She at least had nothing to  do with this marr.-age.    So far, how  here was much explained.  What shall we do?"  therefore,  as   if everything  depended  on my speed, aud I arrived breathless  Molly was alone,- walking about the  ��arden restlessly.    The sun wm now  pet, hut tlie glow of the sky liuyer^  and her face was flushed in tlie west*  em light.,  "Jack." she cried, "I thought  we had parted this afternoon!    What  has happened?    You  have  been- running.    What is it?"  "A good' deal' 1ms happened, Molly,  -cons,   his  belies es, "fully  loulinn   the  inevioiijj reruns ,tJi.ii  the  Indians o  the Lower  Yukon h.r.e (listen ered an  iJiiiiien-i* petii/ied  ship  ->n   the.romi-  1>u.q l!itv��-, m-ai- the'Aictic Circle and  i;oiih  of, I.'.-uiipa: t  Alaska.     The Ji,..  "itms  hist   told  their story   to   il. y  I-i.scke, editor of the Koyukuk News'  ^Secretary   lieid ��� talked   with   the    In-  dj-iiih-,   ulio   eo.'iyiiiced   him   that   thev  saw   the  great    Imut   wlii/ji   js   lyiny  partly  on  iis  .side,, ami   when,   nked  regarding   -ns  bUit>   Uh,v   t,.���(V(J      Uj.  dime  Indians stated   that   every thin";    con  nectcd   with   the    boat  For one thing, you will not be marrh^    thei    mTon ts to Lynn?   sZ ��" ,7  tomorrow moraine." - ,   '      ir~...      " " _  .?    *   .      b'lm Semple.  who would bring misery upon you aad  Just in the uiekof time that a snriiiff    �����������--- -*"   a<1(-  was found In the town���a spring- wbosa  medicinal properties���   lia.'" I Jumped  to my feet.   /'Molly, who found that  spring?    Sam Semple.    Who wrote to  tho   doctor  about   it?,    Sam   Semple.  Who -spread abroad a report that the  physicians   of   London   were   send in"  whom we Jove.    Lord Kylingdale h.-H  been witli us,for it*month.   Ue bears 'a  character, here at least, of the highest  kind.    It is reported, I know not with  what truth, that he is actually to mar  ry the captain's ward, Molly.   There i.s  however,  no doubt   that  Molly's   for  tune lias grown so large as to make  her a match for any one, however hhdi  ly placed." '  *'I^ fear that it is true."  "Then, what foundation has this gentleman for so scandalous a report?"  ' "Indeed, I do not,know.   Mv cousin  the bookseller, expressly says' that lie  has no knowledge of Sam Semple."  ".Air.   Pentecrosse.   I   am   uneasy     I  hear that the gentlemen of the company are circulating ugly rumors about  one   Colonel   Lnnyon,   who   lias   been  ' Playing high and has won large sums  -larger, than any of the company can  afford to lose.   They have-resolved to  demand and await explanations.  There  : are whispers also .which concern Lord  Fylingdale - as    well>    These  make one disgusted  of it Lord Fylingdale persuaded 3ioI-  iy. Ho cannot marry her publicly, because he cannot join a wedding" feast  with people so much below him. Molly  shall not keep that engagement If 1  have to lock the door and .keep the  key. .  "Better than' that, Jack," said the  vicar. , "Take these two letters. Show  them to Molly and ask hereto wait  while the captain makes inquiries. If  Lord Fylingdale Is an honorable man,  he will court inquiry. If not, then we  are well rid of a noble knave."  I took the letters and ran  empty  market place.  morning.  'Why not?   Is my lord ill?"  Not that I know of, but you willnot  be married tomorrow morning."   ���  "You talk in riddles, Jack."  .  "Would 3*ou like to put off the -wedding, JM oily?"  lias, if I could put It off altogether!   I am downhearted over'it. Jacket weighs  me  down  like lead.    But  there Is no escape."  "T think I have iu my pocket a means  of escape-a respite at least-unless  there are worse liars in tho world than  those we. have at Lynn."  "Liars   at   Lynn,   Jack?    Who   are  they?   Oh, Jack, what has happened"''  across the 1 ,  l*?' d?Wn 0U a sdl'6ea bc*ch-   "ATol-  On  m" way I /-3A  X S-aid' "/��u hoId ^o private.char-  How many patients' have come to us 1  from London?   None, save and except  only the party of those who came se-  a , wus petnfi'd.  Among the things im-ide of,it, was u  Isw-jio safe or Chest, Thiuki-jS th.-re  might be something inside of this  Ihey roiied' it out of the shi:* au'd  down the mountain side, using 'lever--  and  skids  for  this  purpose. They  Ihpiight jt might bieak open, but, in  tins* thoy were dhsjipppiutod. While  tin.* chest was hollow it remained in-'  tact.      The    Indians - iiimlly   boat me  .113,  Molly -    I b,jrst iuto a iftugh,    "��'Sed   to  pilot  ot'ois   there  at'anv  ��r now I-understood, as one some-   thuo.   ,'Iudiuns    famiUai- with     the  saw the captain.    Ue was w/ib-'ni/ft.    a?ter of^ord Fylingdale In the highest  ss2.'?jr !?!S!i?^:.v^ ��>i ~ ��^i'-^^ co ���  w  fo  times does understand', suddenly and  tyuiiout proof other than the rapid conclusion, the full meaning of the whole.'  L Molly, I say, there-has never boon any  medicinal "spring .bore at all.   The doctor s well Is but common spring water  Ihore are no cures.   The whole business is a plan, .a bite, au Invention of  Sam Semple!'" -  "���Inck; have a;care.    How can that  cures?" d0(r't0rbas * bag list of  Lihltf are .convinced   thut  tho ship is  none other than Noah's  ark..  ';    VALUABLE HINTS.  Vrii���l   �����   ����   "   ��    ��1(JU1  U   Arci<lJntuih.  ���   .      , l'.>i   .nt.'.i.'  ��ojiio children seem  to   have    ' tl��  ,lr*c> ���  oi , cndaiigoun^   thair    small  lives  it,   is  with  He was walking ft- If    "l, uru vym  ward the Crown, with han-ing head S��m' d�� yOU uot?" , ~~  Let us first deal  with  the captain mn^hero fs no. better man living.  This    brin  He entered the room, huag up hfs hJ fakes m<> ashamed of being so loath  i uai (0 mar,.y him." ���  "Well, but, Molly, consider.' Who has  bestowed this fine character upon his  'lordshin?"  on the usual peg and put his stick in  Its accustomed corner.'    Then he took  his seat and looked round  "I am glad," ue said, ������" iat ther& ,g  except ,you   two.  I know it, but I do know that Sam  Semple- Invented  the spa in order to  S this invasion of sharpers, and  gamblers and "heiress hunters Ob'  what  a  liar   he   is!    What  revenge!  small  fUm-iuin# ircqueiicv,    and  ,well   to   be  piopurcd     for'   nil  *orjs-   nnd conditions oi cmei**ruicies.  J hero   iu -the, M;hi!d,    for  v. ho    has   the   man fa  Aoihinx is safe  m Sum  none   present  things  MM      ' T .     n I' "���      ~~        ^**^ t-lJL    , V UU       I  roceivoe a lcttor.   rt ���'itMiifTZ I "^ ' M "^ �� "'-���'���"  of my own addressed to an  ..<��� r.n^,i   .,  *��� oI(I Wend  tit Cambridge. My questions referred  to the great scholar and, eminent divine  who takes Greek for Hebrew.  " Tou ask  me if I tknow 'anvtbin"  about one Benjamin Purden, clerk in  ���   holy orders.   There can bardlv be t.xo  persons of tbat name, both fu'hbly orders.    The man whom I   know by repute is a,person of somewhat slight  stature   his   head   bigger   than   befits"  his height; he hath a loud and hectoring:, voice; he assumes, to suit his own  purposes,   the   possession   of  learning  and piety.    Of theological learning hi'  mis none, so fa* as I know.   Of Greek'  art   combined with  modern   manners  he is said  to  b master     r ^  Italianato   Diavolo,  Iiicarnato   is   the  proverb.    He was > formerly tutor on  the grand tour to the young Lord Fyllngdale, whom he led into th  corruption and profl  made that noblema  also the reputed author  aid ^verses   that   pass   from   hand   to  hand among the baser sort of our uni-  vers.ty   scholars.     I   have   made   inquiries about him with these results  It is said,that where Lord Fylingdale  ���IB found this worthy ecclesiastic if no?  far oft     I here was last year a scandal  at Bath in which bis name was mentioned   freely.     There   was   also-bnt  this is enough for one letter.' "  The  vicar read  twice  'But go  "So are we," said the vicar    '  on, captain."  of'Zh^1!aVe,h0ard' l)G,'haps' a �����or  or what has been arranged?"  "There are rumor's o��f niany  kinds."  The place is full of rumor's.    It is ru-  naored that a certain Colonel  Lanyon  ib * Siiarpe,r* lt is ma* rumored that  Sam   Semple   is a 'villain.    It  is   fUl-  ?i,er^nm0r^-tLat lhe Rev* benjamin  i urden ,s a disgrace to the cloth, and  there is yet another rumor. What fe  your rumor, captain?"  "Lord Fylingdale proposes to marry  Molly,  and   I   have accepted,  and  she  lordship?'!  My I oJ!?\evi:body  wb0   k��ows   him-Sam  y-   S,emPle for one.   He is never weary of  singing the praises of his patron."   '.  "He is a grateful soul and, on his  own account, a pillar of religion. , I  will show you presently what an ornament he is to religion.   Who else?"  "The Rev. Benjamin Purden, once his  tutor.   Surely he ought to. know."  ."Surely.   Nobody ought to know bet-'  ter.   i w:Il show you presently how admirable a   witness   to  character  this  reverend divine must be esteemed."-  There is Sir Harry Malyns, who assured us that his lordship is thought to  be too virtuous for the world of fash  has ^accepted, but it  was to be a pro  Ion.'  found secret"  "It is so profound a secret "that th* I ���    ,u'   ���  aie talking about.nothing else "  a 'fetVr^T* g-TDed- "' bay'e rece5^d  a letter,    he said.   "I do not believe it  n notorious.    He l9       The vicar read        �� '*;       of certain rib-  parts of this letter  twice over so as to lend the words  greater force. "The man says public^  that he was tutor to Lord  Fylingdale  Sir   vnn   n ''   C{lPtaI�� Crowle-  �� *ou  are a  ^y simple old   man  lou are so .gnorant of London and of  the fashionable world that you So no  oven  know  that  Lord   Fylfngdale    to  whom you are about to give yo��ul. ^,��  is the most notorious gambler, rake and  profl.gate in the whole of that quaver  where, the  people  of  fashion  and   o(  quality carry on their profligate Ives  In the interests of innocence and vir  ^a,:?_!0Iae iu^iry into the truth  -����.-i e\M-co -tmij is uoBiofKunai,  tmam >rou ivsrtxn.'  of this statement before" ayn^ ���  lovely ward in tbe arms of S^v.,^  who has come to Lvnn t,,;m    ���      1,UIJ  it is an anonymous letter" ��-!*������!,���  v\(n_   ��<K,7f.  fll���      ,       ll-Li(.r,    said the  sa rf   m �� iS som��hing to  be  said m support of it prom whnt  source did you derive your beTf I Tthe  t1iom Sam Semple"  "W^n3i-ln ?e SGrVice of hls lordship,  ^ not what he does fo   *  urned out of that sei  dy   be claimed   tn^  prison.  blm, but if  m  .',-:',,������$  t7m  my  ffe'A-**..  Jta*a%.^- - *.  1    rtJ5 ���*"OKt����!fis'tf"B'  on the grand tour. , ,iave mysolf  beard him.- On one occasion he pro  ca mod with loud voice the private  virtues of bis patron. Sir. I very ouch  vm!!i \>We UaV0 d,scovered a nest of  villains, ray God we be not too late?"  Amen 'said my father. "But what  can we do?" '  "Aye, ^at can we do?i?To denounce  Lord Fylingdale on this evidence  would be impossible. To allow this  marriage to take place without warn-  edVbin ,��aptain wou,d be a ^ost wick.  theret��Thl heDdi JaQ,k"  Bld   ra^   f��-  b,,t h�� i m7  S ��Qly a 6,mPle sa"or.  but he loves the girl.    He wllj now b'  aboard his ship."  n,^J3 DOtAar from the Crov,n to the  S" T   T ^ qmyt0 a^ of ^e  ships- in   port     I   was  sitting   in  the  cabm    melancholy   enough,   about   8  0 clock or so. just before the sunset  gun was fired from.the redoubt,When  1 heard a shout. "Lady of Lvnn  ahoy!" Youmay be sure Lt\ obe^d  the summons with alacrity -  ...No cine else had yet arrived- at the  Crown[ The vicar laid both lette" ��  fore me.   Then, as when one strikes t  ���H!�� ��� ��  ^ tiDder flna-the matcTlg"  nites.   flaming   up.  and   u     darkne^  vanishes, so did the scheme of v 1 ainv  ��nfold itself; not all at once-one does  not at one glance coufprehenS a con'   --"^ oti vice or h  I know not what he does for  "There is also that grave n^  end divine"--' nd rever*  n�� a liStCZZZTfi,,ea"-  fession." disgrace to his pro-  "There is also the Lirfv a��    *    ,  "I know nothln^^itrSisi'ln  except that she keeps the bank "����%  can It, every evenlntr and thn, ������ 3  m-  o  af?f7T^"^aao^^...vlmt  You must make Innnfrv    ir  tell Lord Fylingdale thntt. , ��U must  been brought tif you*    St v'"^ h0V0  m'rS6 lSr h,lmself' Ilke the. parson:a One  Judge of character.   Is that all?"  "No.     The   Lady   Anastasia .herself  me of his nobility."  J    "She has also spoken to me���of other  things.    See' here,  Molly."    i  in(Wl  out the two letters.   "What I have here  contain the characters of all these ex-  SenA,PerSOnS~"the Iatest scandals  about them, their reputations and their  practices." .,  "But. Jack, what scandals? Whnt  reputations?"  ''I'ou shall see, Molly. Oh, the allegations may be false, oue and all F0r  what I know Sam may have tbo wings  of an archangel, and Mr. Purden may  he already overripe for the now Jerusalem.   But you shall read."  ��iM��ff��pd ^ thG letters-    "No-" 6he  said.     Read them yourself." ft  "The first, then, is from my father's  Qrst cousin. Zackary Pentecrosse, a  bookseller in Little Britain, which isa  S��� *- T ,Lo��don- He is. I believe, a respectable, God fearing man. yoa will  obserVe that he does not vonch Sr toe,  truth of his information." ' '  I then read at length the letter which  you have already heard. '  ||What do you think, Molly?" '  "I don't know what to think.    Is t  world so wicked?"  "Here ls another letter, concerning  nSwfT" ,BeDJamin Purden- Observe  that this is another and an independent witness." So I read, the second letter, which you have also beard.  What do you  think of this worthy  gentleman, Molly?"  "Oh, Jack, I am overwhelmed! Tell  me more,,what it means"���  "It means, my dear, that a ruined  gamester thought to find an heireSg  who would know        b ^eiress  n��shed reputation.    She must be r cl  AH he wanted was ber money     She  must not have her money tlerf ur,    ?  ����st be all in bis own hands, S'do  u  as  tiny  What cunning! What signal service  has.this servant of the devil rendered  to his master!"  *mIU!? l Wa-S Carried out of "J-self by'  this,discovery, which explained every:  tn i ng.1 .,- *  "So," I went on; "they came here all  the way from London, their lvlng excuse that they were ordered here by  folk  fell into the snare.. All the coun-'  tryside   fell   into   the   snare;   and   we  Sr   " Hf0��;? lm�� drInk,n5 co*���*  ^ater and calling it what you please  and we have built gardens-and engaged musicians and created a spa, and  oh   heavens, what a liar he is!    What  a PS.''���5 C-0meS' l 8UPP0SC' 0f be,n^  "Tben Molly laid her head upon mv  arm. "Jack," she said very seZisfv  "do you really,believe this story? 0nIy  consider what it means to me." mX  was more concerned about Lord Fv-  Hugdale than about Sam Semple  instance,  ,   ..   for-   ttu-un^  . f��om ii.s small   *;p.j  o:n  the dregs left, at, the ���botiom o  boitJcs   oa mother's M-{lsii.stund. rim  tusiui���-    ntaniii  ,fs   vny upt   to    end  ostler  U,W ',,d,lff ^'���' sooS  u-n.   ;     ; i    Motions and  Itunneins j  Miould  be kept under lc;ek ��i'.'dkcy  ���*-o.��io  cough   mixtures  contain  iu)*;;e ' ihtcch .ajjo of opium,  anil  they   aro swe.t, to .the- tasU.   a   ������v  jbi.tl is  Ui-vapt  to--sel2e  thobou.l  >   ',le/L  wuhm-its  reach  and'  dtin\  ihe  .entire coitti nts  ji'oittAiattfly eomp poisons'hitv0 the h  c-frw-j. of -ttuiklHK (h, Vhihl sick' aixi io  lining ctha danger.   . ||���t do'   ikh  llu* way, but give the' lit Ue one un  ��met,* made w,'th two ���h.-nped" tea"  Mroonfuls-o'f mnsinrd, mixed in h iff  �� tracupftil of warm Wute>. .Should  rfti.\ uot.net m fifteen' mlimus, re-  I'tat  ih i dose.  , After  tl '      '  b-vjn    tick, give'  ��ar;>i , wjite'r.  'Iho syinj.ioinit of ojjiMm" poisonin-  �����re    voaiiiinjj^  d.-ow^'uess.    ,.dnd,n*  ���wily  mpstunor.    At  all  cost.s '    the  l��tUe    due must  be kept  u\vuko.< 6>  poor mite/ilw will" m.ver*T,.-n\;e agabi  to cuccl .this, n���,| C|I?T>. ,|ilu iQfh ^  membef.;- ItH ��� C'U^   ��f .^^ng ,e-'  First���Send Inntant'ly  for  the  tor. '  He* oncl  iick.-  ihui-ri~Keep him ,awaV0.  iMiitliy,-r would .<.ntrgest   that  with'jr    /'tasting.'. nwimV  *��*   <*tlr��i   of   iLy , pj'opcmit.y by  ���tttriieilve   lookiiitf       l.u'l  ne .child  copious    deaf iw  has  of  ,   $50 from Mfnneaj  or St. Paul "  ' $47-50 from Sl'u  $45-00 from Kana  ���"   Out and back-  ^    August 2 to S  * ,    .Quick and cool  Harvey Meal Sd  See Grand Canyw  Arizona and Y  Santa F  C- C CARPENTER, Pa  503 Guaranty Bl(fj.|  Minneapolis,     -   .  italiliAa  IriiJh,^-  m  310  fthe  mom  -.Make    tho   child  doc-  vioU'nLly  Ami  it   , rt-.i d  ; houid  leaving   :ux  hitter  reach.  to-stim       liquid      wiLhin   lis  ri believe every word of it,  the  but misery and ruin." ��  "I  have promised to meet him     ,  must at least send him a" J^0  ,J  onjy to say that I shall not corned '  but i��   d ]ik�� t0 send hJni nothing  but you are right,    it  is best to he  ffTJiclUory^^  letter,    i  wlll myse]t toke Jfc to ^  -    ,       l!r**"l��'>;'Fr.���,   Vohi.j:   Kllltrr.  The, (jucstirn wiicther it is wise to'  been �����'"^m ,lL  lWO  y<uxr" old-     h����  r^i    ?        hUi ?nce nsk-iJri hycor.es-  ondents    ,���    UK    ]lUiH���  -Monl]Wi  ;. c ' ,,n ,v'��orL'��V' to this unless in  u to where the filjy is vigorous   and  ���;c-H developed. w0'notice (hat the  .-n.no   quest,ot,  Js  blMng  fJjj,cllKse(,    Jn  ����� .tarn, und fiom the Farmers' Oii-  'OUe of recent date  we quota: "With  "THE" ROUTE TOI  Australasia  And the nf  CANADA'S SCENIC ^  Tro-vel by tbe C. P. R. c|  Bured of SOLID C0il>  Flrst-class C. P. R. SktJ  on all through trains.  Through Tourist Sleepers.  Tourist itatea quoted to ��!i|  East, West,,  The Old Counld  The Orient,  .   The1 Antipodes,  ?o  wsmi ���  ��-!���!  shall  tection  tain."  '   "I  am  jvith it what he cnoso-tbat is to s, v  to dissipate, and waste It In rlot and  raking and gambling"- nd  4T.n../l    IT��..I ���_._.,     .     ..     -  usiing your ward to bis nro-  You  are *���� guardian.  ����  lo~ her iSStl^i^Cr1^    J  child." e vvas ^y own  these things    8<iB Ml���t -tell  him  UtnetonSe^S^��-haS  drawupsettlementr^h;;^610  be will consent to this in h��Dest'  Into his private charaSer ,n,Vfe.St,��?ation  Molly and not her mon��� . he Wants  at bnce agree to tin ^ ,T bag> ,,e wiI1  fortune np<m lZ^lllcia^ of her  "I am an old fool   t r.  the captain.    ��i  ,,':.' .s"PPose," Dttlu . --���.__, MO Wlll (, ,  thing and overyKodv    b"le^d every-    by little, sipping the  nr.   ..... ....i���_ ^       .       uy-       iOt   1   mnnnl_      Will  not  tnl.-n ��v.���-^   ..  to dissipate, and  waste It In riot  M,dng and gambling"-  Lord Fylingdale? Jack, think of hl<-  face, think of his manners. Are tl 1  such as.you would expect in atake"  rakts"6^ Pn��^P_S d,ff^nt kinds of  a   Geagke lyd ^^^ ~���  whatVi K^a^r^rff  tain I am .that Lord Pvlin^ini  not scour the struts Zipl ?  ' uJ?r'd  l>awk,buttbat he has fold oih'r v   ��'  more, pleasant and  more   h,In "  polite is quite possible"       appareDt^.  sing.    Do airgebtieS~��* ^ 8nd  Crown."  tJBi0t a/tcrward. Jick?    What  youneymn Tr�� GngaRed   t0 marry  a  young merchant, Molly, or to a 0m���  SES? ��.'-iS  r5a��.Siwa!  F^ "K ",0 8amf ^th I-rd  U.lng.{ The cnr,M CCUSed ��f Certal��  qulrj net u^T mUSt mftke In-  l^ vi��?h i^i�� '"^ Why,  ��f necessirv in , y that ho wo,lld.  truth   Save! an��T' l�� aSCCVtala ^  J   is kind    upon   the  filly   herself-    if  ';'"'>   o    Horses,  possesses    a rood  coii-jtitut on    nitri      i,         , two  ...         .   ^"-'"'   ana       fiu.��-     hceii wr.li  dono,'    tt   her   iir-..i         ���      ,J^'\ "CH  u   '"���'l- nnd second ^���c  "us.  no Kl*-nt h,u-,,t nutv l,e  f'UtLinKher                        '  lias  "Those de.iIrinj- Informed  Sard to any part of (h<' tfj  ed by the C. P. It, or its  are roo, ties tod to apply  it. representative or to  C. U. McPHERSf  Gen. I'as. Agl.,*'>  m  fc-Pi  larcl  Canadian Mm  fart  i  i  i  t��ui   sue  very seldom  grows  into    ns  "'��-"  niaro  as  ano:h��r  of  thr-    ��o,���  ".'?". uiul   kr.pt   under   , hp   '    ,' oT T  '"!"s.    but   noL irrod    ",     ' 'R  CCIK''-  Hiird    or fourth  at.    all.  -VIA  the���  v^.vs'.  ^fn-Rtiun-j.  $!Is. ��i  L^hilo  ^''- ' ��>  .V^iliow  fi??' nrou,  "SVfts ���   on  t^JM.     i:..ri  Great Umtt'^  ytar,  i��   until    her  ��... . i( in.diilged iu  k�� ������.^lA^pyztP'^p^  d& Practice other vices?"  no. my friends, I eaiinot n.r  ,  ���n-in. so proud. so br ��� "' ^ lU,at tilis  '"���" for Molly, is ���,.���.',  V,;�� "skcd-hls  "Other   lett;.,^    .';!   t  fS  eUerSays"  Kow.cap.ain, let us JrUo- **  thia^  ^'-letter which wadimtod ,  m  it L  J>  "en  who do; not  "Well, Molly,you'have^en the',  tasto a glass of wine ni , n. e vlcar  the glass; he wnft-id^-'S1 .��>", ��t In  admiring the color he\vi, , ?' Hsht'  fragrance; he will dr ikVl>nn^le tlie  by little, sipping the�� J. ^y' little  I cannot^ I will not take more Than^ ,tS''and bG  '   ' or two at the most   in *h     g,e fi,afis  Tom Rising would have SlnST tlme  whole bottle, one raan *?*Jf tdo^ a  Ify many senses; the oti.r.. �� grat-  to get drank as��� quickly n�� i S��elcs on,y  for thl��     . D tIle foundatIons, if anv'    i"'��'    "H  -ibovo   iiidi-.,(,���i  oL^ZSdrSCa' nn<1 ^rwirS iSo I -���^.�����us     r.^lt1}*}'"1-   ��'.   ^oul,  mfl��Vn stands   tl T���   Ll3   ^  ��onsf    Hew��o!!e   rffUSes   eiP^na-  account."        ���� proud *o be called to  "14  baling.    Miuh nnv  nt" ,,,uIll,ncof  faarly.bW'i>l'j��"   f,    1'l"nou��' pffc-ctsf    of  on"   to      ;      ^      Pl'('iUlli,iri3 arc.fak-  they   aro^n-yi^^;1'^ ���**">  time  ^h-s'L foals.  Or..,, 1-  otrawberrv  3 urea    "���'"�� ��nu replacefl k��� :   '���   y  ones,  air being put S   PJ ar��'iclal  vbon the bird ccaseV 1 ?    ln tllc ��c��t  �����^tingtlle^^^f Whiie^  ��P to hi, resi.oi.sibnmes ^ 7 "V01  lus .time-to seelnii ti���       ���    d d��votei  '-'-duty,   fliicl^,,     '^VU}Ue(l0Cl  ��^t.   If .,���,.8h0w^nnn&?��   f?ves   he,  shows an  dally, shaip 1)ccks drI  tit  irioi o  ed    I o.  Mill      n,Kl  'Lacking  H ire  ive her back.  seods  ore so . very  'h-iii ������ usual .curb is   miuii--  lmv0   aSlT.S0tt'!!^ U,0m-     Jl    ^;'"  s��-'^��l    in  ft,  J,?11  ��"SVhl--smv  tho  tl-cr��,ii,?   Vo    n-      ''o^V1      J,,UCi!      U  .^     A  it  shaded  from     tlio  "i 'y. moist  all  the"- time  ?oor��,    p|,u:i,-S       pi"^fP,f:��     0"t-  "���    ����MI   Iho  Cofd ��� ' '-.K,tiss. over  hrst, ."���"��*   mem   f,-co   of pulp  Tourist Rates to all P��H  ONTARIO, QUEfl  MARITIME   PROW  and EASTERN ^  Ono of tho most  "With pvery modern  the comfort of passengers  Ocean Tickets  by all  For dntea of Baili  tion; of.berths apply  the Canadian North*  to A. GEO.'  Truffle Mana  0.  ,��iri?  ip,-  wit  i toi  am  unci,  ���'���sh(.  tlie  mt I  d no  'Tf I bad to earn mj  she remarked thotiffhtfu  should try to get a I'os,t  nleipjil department of coi  "Why?"  "Because that's where  proposals, isn't It?"-Clilc��^ !3YIE LEADER.  II We  fRlNT|\fi  FITS        *  1[ >Ve sell irjuati  e" Wa"t; p^,  vvlial we sell.  "'  T We carryacv,|  pliesforthecoo.  ^��0!"- -Pressnttli  Bindery.  B.    C,  2jllr. DeVout has lost two  ��n a month. One of them  if}   i Christian Scientist and  (���xciledly)���Horrible!   Out-  | .irents   of  the  poor  child  ssteii-  le other child', was tre'at-  ar  physician, ' but   it  died,  ^solemnly)���'i'hc Lord  gave,  Uaketh uu-ay.  "T.-d*y   It r�� t|10   ,.0i>l  In   1 :...*,),,  .   Nature  has been  I j.���  vinc-e of Cape Jh-uton "  resources.     These  r<  ^'"'"laril    Spo{  !   lo  the  IVo-  u ''as untoJU  '���'HALM  Wheat���The  ET REVIEW.  ���\ND PRODUCE.  wheat  A HEROIC  LIFE  .children should use Mother  Exterminator.   Worms are  principal   causes   of  Buffering  'nd should    be- expelled from  12YK    SINGLK    TO'    TIIE  OF   JlEIt   FELLOW-MEN     "���  SHE TOILED.  STATEMENTS ttmr   TK! ogslvie flour mills CO., LTD.  cannor be  LUESTIONED  1  most   important  -spot   Uie-weather i,- the wintei"- wheat belt.  iewapaper,   commenting    on  turns for  that.county, says  29 of the Wexford popula-  Bper.  .       ' ' '       '    .'  ilinent Cures ���J.aGrippcv  TYP��)  Company, Limili  McDcrmit A��ennr  follows Glasgow. , The mag-  |to consider the advisability  -of abolishing tho barmaid.  re  Breton   is   the  in, Canada.  , Years ago I knew that island well  writes C. II. James of Ottawa** it  was then in its primeval state-one  of thu brightest gems in natures  crown. , The tf-uads and the Grar-r-s  secmed to hold 'full sway. Latcly'l  revisited it, and found it. a- hive of  industry, with just, enough of that  natural -beatfty left to make it savory   with   enchantment     and   romance     ,   , -������ M,  Industry and art make the pi(.-tiJn..s(me;y "I'tion,  as it lessens  weeks  been  ���re-  oses  bush-  has  y influenced by  ''lit- Story of Eliza H. Varney, of Bloom-  neld, Ont..-Spent Many Years in a  Service ol Saintly Sacrifice to the  Poor and Needy���Ministered to Their  Physical'as   Well   as   Spiritual   Wants.  Every Sack of Ogilvie's  Hungarian and Glenora Patent  weighed in the scales of Juotlce : It'��  never lower in quality than the preceding sack you bought because It's always  uniform, and you are mire ot satisfactory baking results whenever you us* It.  Order a sack today and conylnco yourself that it's the flour you. require to  make your baking a. success.  ed  to be whollv  ithei- in the winw v  PivorSf "IUtlii 0i  lhG week was ���y  iho?    S-eVCryWhere'   Which   ind��ced  m oi t selling- and letting go  of Ion*  wheat;  then on Thursday ?he^eath��-  t'   became showery  in    some    parts  ' u ��hort8;'MJJebJaI,y jn lh0 Ju;^:  on    ha,steneU  to    cov      und  ^   P  the   market   sharply.   The   delay     -  harvesting    ���   -���       ��� ��� ���>  nnd  threshing ..caused'   by  iaJI,s'  J,a's  especial influence  on  the  beauties of the Bras d'o  ���aiargaree  Valley,  the "quan  ting  man   travels   first  class  fact   that   his  father  pays  Corn   Cure is a'specific for  of  corns    and   warts.,   - We  beard of it failing to remove  rst kind.  r   lAkes,  thej.lu''v  U1   new. wl*oat  that  might have  ,.    ,. ,     jr-     ��trat!.Ior���e, Lii^f^   ^aiialile. to     deliver1   on   July  Ajnslie and  other parts of the island   wiU'octs.'  and   causes   .shorts   to  stand   out  more ' beautifully  tourist's  as   well  And  .Citt!!.l.^r.0L��_n .!?.,rU'I,id,;v;  '��^mir,�� Lhe  ^��ii Sfems Vdverse^o Ui'ein^Tlioffen-  miximis   buyers  whenever  be  the  as   tho.> capitalist's'?ra)  export  I continues  of   the   soul   does   not  con-  high,  butsin walking order-  se.  Sumi  $50 from Mfnneapj  or St. Paul "  $47-50 from St.  $45-00 from Kai  Out and back-  'Vugusta toS  }uick and cool  ���farvey Meal Sen  5ee Grand CsnjvJ  Arizona and Yo  favoH'ite resort.    1 well remember my  island.,   Jt  wai  the" early severities.     'My business-at  trade in     actual, wheat  lirst visit to  that island.,   Jt  was in j-usual activ^'s^Tany po hit  ml. a moderate routine business is  transacted from"dav to "day The  f-xjiort demaiHl from Europe is light  because the ��� crops in ' the southern  half  of   Europe, are  being harvested,  gijsfaction   of   any other  solu-  Bbla/ing  evidence of   hnmort-  \b   - ' -  Bon.  knowledge can be nothing  fie shortest and nearest way  Jolton.  > ashless ...  that, time necessitated a visit to" the  JIargareo Valley, nnd, oh! what di-  lightful "visions and pleasant remembrances of, tbat visit still linger in  my memory I It was a day, in the  latter part of "Juno that I arrived'  thore. Tho ��� wide meadow-lands wero  luxuriantly clothed with their rich  natural productions: the liillside  farms'wero��neatly, tilled; the orchards  in  "nd  allihe European  wheat crop" is  000 000 larger than last year. This  week it is reported that Russia and  i^ournania arc    freely offering     their  were   in   bloom;   tho  high  mountains j tfZ whe*t to importing., countries at  which  stand, in  the background   and IfC'!' ',r,t;?f. U  irand Soap cleans kitchen uten-  jlron and tinware, knives and  jl kinds of cutlery.'     ,     '     ''���  talk about -tho kind of "a man  Sod man ought to be, but, he  Bus Aurelius.  all' the fruits of Eden blest,  Ir-.-wc that one unknown, lost  -Jloore.        ,  nta Fi  ���ARPENTER, ft  '03 Guaranty i  polis,      -    .  0. Richards & Co.,'  A',���While fin"-   the    country  er   I was   "badly bitten by  ���so badly thai, I  thought,  disfigured for a couple of,  was  advised  to  try     your  to allay the- irritation, and  The effect  was  more than  d���a    few applications*com-'  -curing  the   'irritation,   pre-  the bites from becoming sore.''  ijJ'S     LlNlMEXT'is    also    a"  r*?^?1^0 t-o'keep, off the niosqui  ' '    .   c    ,  Yours truly, ��� " '        ��  W.. A.  OfC 15.  ,J  THE" ROUTE Tof^?" ���Grdco' 'Nfld> Jnn* S' ^1S9S'  *alasia  ^nd the  ppprlei.e  is  ajewel,   but  It hath (need  ���'r>r it is often purchased at an  1' J.���Shakespeare.  DA'S SCENIC!  tbe C. P. R. urfl  if SOLID C0M|  lucation too often covers tho  t rings,' and at the same lime  news' at-the   wrist.���Sterling.  servo ,as a sort of bulwark were covered  with  tho most  beautiful groves  of maple���everything about seemed to,  strikb my ideal fancies.    Jt  was  the  prettiest rural sight that I have ever'  seen. -     The   Blargnrec   "River   is    tho  most   famous   salmon   fishitig  stream  in Nova Scotia.      The season opens  about tho 1st of June, and continues  until   the1 last of August,     In  those  days  of   which,!, speak  1 repeatedly'  saw    the    salmon���a; eraging  20  lbs.  each���taken  by one  rod, in  a   single  morning,  and   it wan' a common  occurrence, and not noteworthy, for an  ordinary  angler  to take six  or seven  salmon  daily.   /At tbat  time' the officers of the standing'army at.Halifax,  as  well, as many of the wealthy  citizens of that city, and even gentlemen from England, spent a great part  of  the summer months at fM'argarce.  Since  then   the hand of  industry,and  enterprise     has     been   shaping     and  moulding  tho   appearance and .future  of    Inverness."        A    railroad     runs  through   ' the     county;   several    coal  mines \>f  great importance have U'cn  developed;   s ten mors, call   at  nil. tho  ports   on     the ,coast:      an    immense  trade is carried 'on  with  the  outisde  world.     Slargarcc still   eo'iuinues    to  be-the angler's paradise.    Lake A ins-  lie "and   Strathlorne and ^fahon still-  wear their'beautiful"natural   appearances,   and' the  sturdy,, athletic  Celt  of  that  region     gi'- es   one as  genial  and  as  hospitable' it welcome   as   he  did  hi tbe long ago.  ���.    . .     ^mn American wheat is"  oheniig.   This  tends to keep'the expo, t trade quiet at the moment   but  ���"ally America will be called up-  r a. fair share to help 'till Euro-  along  prices  rush of the  even tu  on for  pean  requirements,  and  this  with     increasing    domestic  'require,  incuts in the, States will hold  well  up,  after the first  crop to market.  ..The local    ,murket    has"  continued  quiet in tone, and trade is on a verv  united scale, confined almost entirely to  the wheat shipping or recently  shipped  from country  points  to  terminal  elevators.   With the decline in  outside  markets, by  Wednesday     declined Ic from the prices at the close  ,oi last week, but since then thev have  recovered   ��c,   and -at    the  close    of  business Friday they stood  at 76icf  -NTo.,l   hard;  74��c,  No.    1     northern;  and  72}c- No.   S northern,    spot - or  JUly'delivery, in store. Fort'William  or Port Arthur.    .'    ,  ���  "FLOUR���While local demand is only moderately heavy, there is a* go-.J  e-vport demand for-flour, and ns prices for wheat are high an advance in  flour prices is momentarily expected.  In     tjie\east    the price has already  gone up,.20c per sack.-.      We quote :  Ogihie's  Hungarian,   $2.05 .per sack  pf.   98'   lbs. ;   Glenora.Patent,  $1.90;  Alberta,-  Sl.75 :'��� Manitoba,     $1.00;  XXXX,  S1.25.       , -' ���'  Blooinfield, Ont., .July' 21. (Special).  Our corrrmunity boasts of having within  it, one' of the most devoted Christian  women that ever toiled in the world's  "���ineyard.  Owned and blessed by God, this self-  sacrificing heroine and her husband,  since deceased, spent, many years of  faithful pastoral work in different parts  of the continent. '  lOlizubeth II. Varney, relict of the late  Levi Varney, is now 73. years of age'and  is living in quiet retirement here. She is  a member of �� the'Society o'f the Old Orthodox' Friends and this simple peace-  loving Society never had a more humble  or more, worthy  member.  lt is of l,cr work among the TJoukho-  bor.n -in our own Canadian Northwest  thut she l,oves most to speuk, and mrtny  nnd vivid are her recollections of this  [f-culiar  people.  One of .the greatest .di/Iiciilties this de-'  -. atpd woman had to contend with was  dispose among her poor people,' but she  I'.'mI armed herself with a remedy that  \sixs as unfailing as her own charity���  I'o-id's. Kidney Pills were the weapons  fil'c  used   to  drive  out  sickness.      '    '  Some years before she' had tried and  p.'oven, the value of this great medicine  in her own case when threatened with  Dropsy and' suffering with Rheumatism.  'Ihey had completely restored her, and  when she found that the prevailing  1 rouble among the Doukhobor people was  Kidney Disease and Dropsy, she knew  that Dodd's Kidney Pills would be her  nost valuable aid  in  her good   work.  She tells of one poor young woman  among this people'who was suffering so  severely with the Dropsy that she was  teiribly bloated all over and'confined to  her bed. .The Lady missionary left a  Tow of DodrPs Kidney Pills and immediately- sent for three more boxes.  , She wus rewarded for her .efforts *"  the  complete  recovery  of  the  young  man. .  t>  Dodd's  Kidney  Pills   have  received this  worthy woman's most emphatic endorsa-  tion.  by  wo-  A small  boy descTibes a,headache as a  r.toma'chachc  in ��� the  brain.  4rfUl ^n&tZ  e#A  The   new   woman   seems   to   have  up trying not  to ,be an  old girl.  given  ass C. P. R.  irough train  urist Sleep  .ea quoted i  :, West,  Old Count  Orient,  Antipodes,  Slen  Mi  St.  f'AU   ACCIDENT���Air.   Thos.  '.   .    ��   olev<"��     year   old   bov  .1  badly injured   by  being run  ���nr on  tho street  ruihvav.  We  irm-nre-l bathing the foot with  Ki-loctric Oil.   when  thc dis-  .nrl Pwolling was removed, and  ^ he could  use his foot. ,    We  a bottle in  the house Ycudy  ireoncy."  "liginal authors arc not so  p ndvancQ what is new. but  ' put what they have to soy  i.'id  never been  said  before.���  rintf  Informally!  part of (  P. It, or  I to apply  itive or' to  . U. iWcPtil  Pas. Agt.,  m  lip  k-pi,  ���x  ^(-"il of those curious apoth-  "'1 thoso germs of morals  musters- of philosophy have  evdoped   into   so   many   vol-  ch.  ���(V  ii Norte  Ihi  Ssj.Ut''  mx,  fe I  9 9  via the���,  &cl&  ]lt  ! m  :��  "���xUirii   Itrttl   Kiirm.  '.    men    when talking ato  ��ge and sjirawl, and  cross  and   keep "one   hand L in   a  [�� they shake hands    with  ii nd shove their  -partners  iho  "Washington Tost,".  >w the  Kitchener JLanccrs.  a little  beautiful,    as    it  ���'oneeivo.     Grace and dig-  'I'rislu-d side by    side. And  nounh.thc   people   who aro  ��� nimbly   bereft  of   manners  on displaying  their   ,dc(lc-  tlic     most    conspicuous  W.   E,  Russell,   in Ta��icr.  Ancit'iit   \�� ������sillu'i-  *-'.-��tlstir��.  The Upper Canada Medical Journal  for   April contains some statistics of  the    tempera Ui re  of Toronto    during  the-   last    24  years,   very  interesting  to   those  who   love'to, speculate    on  the    weather.      Thero. are  very,   few  old   residents of   Canada who do not  believe  that the  climate is gradually  becoming mil-dor..   They will generally     tell   you   that  Uu*i-e  avc  no   such  winters   , now   as   twenty   years   ago.  Tbe season which lias jus-t closed rather startled  thos-*  believers    in     the  improvement  of   the  age.   for  nn    in-  'tensity   of   cold   and   length   of   dm a-  tion    it.    was    as   (Mstin-juishod       as  any  that   the   oldont   inhabitant    can  recollect.    Thc v.-titer in Thc Medical  -Journal -   gives   the   follow in.-;   .statement  ot  the  mean   temperature    during    the   last   twenty   years   for    the  six months of winter, beginning with  November and ending with   April   :  I8.'U-2 -....*....:.....':...   26.60  1832-3'     -    30-38  I MM3-1     31.4.S  IS.'M-S  ������..-   2S.32  IS-Sfi-C     26.26  1836-7  -.,    26.80  ,1837-8 ..._   29.88  IRSS-9  ���   t  .9 to all  OyQVm  I -PRO*  COM <*]*  ipst (M'ff11  lern convrf  [uissengcrs.  0 VMM-  i'lll ili-  "ire��  1..III..I    l���    -Hfcc.-tl.  lc  my    thirteen-year-old ,hoy  1   Miiart  business  man   when  "P." remarked McSwiiligcn.  i   with   the  story,"    replied  ����� <on of coal delivered tho  '. and to encourage Tommy  ioinoihhifr, 1 offered him a  o shovel it into tho cellar,  "io contract with great  !>"t 1 found out afterwards  'd not handle the coal him-  1830-10....  IS'10-I .....  18-11-2 ....  18-12-3 .....  18<13-<1 .....  I S-l 4-5 _.-  18-15-6 -...  1816-7 _...  IS 17-8    18-18-0'   1 3,4 0-50.   1850-1.  ...���  1851-2     ....(��..  . 31.28  , 20.15  . 33.20  . 27.43  31.70  , 32.-15  30.15  30.07  32.-12  20.28  32.H8  31 .CO  27.10  alli-1?-'-'^  Ii(1  ho  manago  it?"  u(1 a iiian  to put in  in  for  rtnd  cleared  sixpence   with-  ��ny work himself." ������'."  ftl'lin? ��nd  niy to ft"yfl  ���W. '"��� %  Ji*%     A    I  ightftilV'  position.!  otcort&f  [mm  .   Vjit*  II- i"  H-l.cU'a  v &1 at t  lU ��0Mb  of Connecticut/,' was  "Int of c iw-*i��-iiiry  Piatt  1 house., lie had occasion  <:i-rp(.-nter, .who was a plain  wl son of New .Knginnd.  all    about     carpenter  r_    'Senator Piatt.  w��s   the  reply,  make windows, jdoors and  Tn ono respect the Inst winter bears  oft' the palm from all competitors,  whose facts ha\o b-vu recorded.  Ninety nnd one-ha'f inches of snow  foil during the season, while the av-  orac-e fall" during tho previous eight  vi'ixrs was onlv half that i,.uanlity ���  forty-fivo and a half. The smallest  ���l.inmity of snow was-in 48-14, only  fifteen and two-nnhs inches. I he  lowest temperature mtirk.'d by tiu'  therinomotcr during twenty years  20 degrees -below. 'I his o.c-  :8l-2   and   1835-6.  low  ���iked  r."  i.  \   sir. '  ou Id you  make  Venetian  tbought'steadily for.'scv-  thinl,-," he reninrk-  llnit  t  would punch  him  past   is  cnrred   twice���in  and last winter it did  not go below. 14-.S-; In 1846-7 the  lowest temperature marked was 1.1  Kelow'.-From  t.hc Clohe of  dime 24,  I8ri0  coinpni''-^"  with-the-climate  nbnye    .the . mean  , rem to. during.,   thc  oiiths.. of   l'.'61-2   was 3.1 ���-'  fift'yrwis*   years      has  Ih;��  c.dilest-  record    lust  alove  von).     'I'he uvcr-  for  56   years'   has   lu-cn  ,nd  60  iin.his.  SIILTiFERU ���" Bran, is firm and  worth ?l-5 per ton in bulk. "Shorts  firm at ��17,per ton in bulk, delivered, subject to usual trade discounts.  0HOUND FKED���We quote : Oat  ,chop, "per ton, $28- barley chop, ��2-1;  mixed barley and oats, $26;' chop  screenings. 815.50; 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��c per bushel,  for carlots on track here; feed  grades, 37 to 38c. At country  points farmers are getting 31 c to 34c  for No. 2 while oats. Street oats  are not offering.  BARLEY7^���All offerings arc now being taken for feed at 40c per bushel.  The movement is verv* light.  <' ,        *���  ���SPEL.TZ���Dealers are doing a lit-  tie business in speltz for feeding purposes at 50c per bushel of 5oibs.  HAY���Demand is fair and the market steady  at  $7  to  $8 per  ton  for  carlots on track hero for fresh baled.  ROLLED    OATS���Milling   companies report  their prices unchanged  as  follows : -SOIb.   sacks,    $2.20;   4,01b.  sacks   are   worth   $2.25;   20s,   $2.30:  and    8s.    $2.60   with cover.   Twolb.  packages,  $3.60 without case.  Granulated    and  standard  oatmeal  is  unchanged at $2.75 per ?81b. sack.  POULTRY���Tho 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  a I 16Jc to 17c per pound for choice  creamery,  f.o.b..   factory  BUTrtOR���Dairy���Receipts are moderately   large,   and    there    i.s   a good  demand for choice grades. A  number  of   country   shippers   are  sending    in  butter  which    is  badly  packed,     and  this   reduces   the   average   price   considerably.      Id any oi these    packages  are very    dirty  and    not at all  presentable.    Some-arc using lard pails,  which     makes     the  butter   unfit   for  table  use.    Prices  range  from .10  to  18c per pound,   commission basis.  CHEESE���The     market    is   steady j  and    purchases     have  been made at  Sic  per  pound.    The  range of  prices  is  from Sic to 9c per pound delivered here. .   ���      *f - ���'   EGGS  mt  the  FAOGRD OUT ���None but those who  have become fagged out, "know what a  depressed, miserable feeling it is. All  strength is gone and despondency has  taken hold oi the sufferers. They feel'as  though there is nothing to live, for  There however, is a cure���one box of  Par-melee s Vegetable Pills will do wonders m restoring health and strength.  Mandrake and Dandelion are' two of the  articles entering into the composition of  Parmelee s  Pills.    ^ '  Eddy's impervious sheathing is the best building "paper mada. It i�� . very-  much stronger and thicker than any o ther .(tarred or building) paper. It ia  impervious to wind, keeps out cold, keeps in heat, carries no smell or odor,  absorbs no .moisture, imparts no taste, or flavor to anything to which it  cornea ln contact. It is largely used not only for sheathing houses.' but for  lining cold storage buildings, refrigerators, dairies, creameries, and all places  where ,the object is to keep an even and uniform temperature;- and " at the  eame time-avoiding dampness.   Write our agents     ��� -   -   ���,  ' TEES & PERSSE, WINNIPEG, AGENTS. ���  ,  THE E. B. EDDY GO., Ltd;, HULL  The cost cf police , at  parliament, in England,  ountcd  to  over ��7,000.  the  last  houses   of  year    am-  Penny X-ray instruments, by the aid  of which the curious mny see their own  finger bones,' are being sold in London  streets.  Minard's liniment is test Hair Kesforer.  When a woman tells her husband something about some >ther woman it is  i-e\er to   the other woman's credit.  There is a personage who has more  sense than Napoleon, -more wit than Voltaire, Monseigneur 'Everybody.���Talleyrand. '  Necessity is cruel, <dJut it is thc only  test of inward strength. Every fool may-  live according to his own likings.���Goethe.  Y.,  Mr.   Thomas  Ballard,  Syracuse    N  writes :    "l have been afllictod  for nenrlv  a year  with  that most-to-be-dreaded  disease  Dyspepsia,' and   at   times   worn    out  A woman-should never propose because  one rejection would crush her pride,  while half a dozen rejections simply egg  a man on.  they will cure me.   1  would not beVwith-  out  them for any money."  Severe colds are easily cured by the  of Bickle s Anti-Consumptive Syrup a  medicine of- extraordinary penetratimr  and healing- properties. It is acknowt  lodged by those who have used it as be-  niR the best medicine sold for coughs  colds^ inflammation of the lungs, and"all  affections of the throat and chest. rts  aiireenbleness to the taste makes it a fa-  vonto  with ladies and children. "  Active persons of nervous temperament  can hardly get too much sleep  Some* men who claim to be looking for  ru* opportunity for work don't care how  remote  the   opportunity  is.  Some men voluntarily join the ranks of  the benedicts, and some have to be  d rafted. ,  M"ost cases of so-called temporary insanity should be dubbed temporary cussed ness.  It's  not  so  much what a man says as  the   tone   of   voice   in   which   he  that  counts.  says   it  Miaard's Liniment is lhe best.  About  tho  worst examples a small boy  ever  meets   with  are  in  his  arithmetic.  You pay your money, and we give yon j  tho nicest, sweetest cigar made���  What man in his right mind would conspire his own hurt ? Men are besido  themselves when they transgress against  their convictions.���William  Term.  Tho  one serviceable, safe, certain, remunerative, attaint)ble quality in every  study and pursuit is the quality of attention.���Dickens.  will kill all  the files in  a room In a  few hours.  Avoid  limitations.  There   are  no better cosmetics than n  severe temperance and' purity, modesty,  mid humility, a gracious temper and  calmness of  spirit.���Uay.  Buy one.   You will ��tay with them.  MAirr/FAOTtniEn by  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  Tlie quality standard from Ocean to  Ocean. Your money back if not satisfactory.  ROSE & riAFtAMME, Agts., MOSTKEAt.  Nobody  diamonds,  ished  and  set,   then  they give  a  lustre.���  l.ocke. '  contents     himself  with   rough  or  wears them so.    When  pol-  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS, B. C.  Without question tth�� best and  moat effective springo in Canada for  the cure of rkoumatiam, kidney or  liver troubles. The medicinal quali-  tieo of the water are unequalled.  Splendid hotel accommodation ; flno  flahlng and hunting. An ideal spot  for tho invalid.  Foi  .statistics    J,'lV,'lf'  li'inperatnre  of 'I  same six m  IC.   ntvd   durii  boil   2t>.fi.     'I'  v-car was Odd  iive. j-noWfa.  'nd ween  08  The   aysteina  ���tr-rs  in writing i  common until ubiju.t  let-  i<-   use   of  capital   le  ���,l  printing was not.  tin- year  l-ltfO.  A stiff demand: for eggs'has  market "-in a stronger position and prices have been ljc higher  than a. week ago, kt 12ic per dozen  for choice case eggs, delivered here.  . RUESSED MEATS���-Receipts arc  improving, and the,market is easy.  We quote: Beef, city dressed, 7�� ��� to.  Sic per lb.; veal, 8 to 9c; mutton,  9c; spring lambs, each, $3.50 to $-1=  hogs, per pound,  7} to 8Jc.  HIDES���No. 1 city hides, Gic: No.  2. 5-Jc; No. 3, d-ic.. Kips and ca!J  the same price ns hides; dcakins. ^o  lo 40c; slunks, 10 to 15c: horsehides-  ."0c to $1.  WOOL���Prices range from 0 to 6}c  per pound. .  Every person i.s responsible for all the  good within the scope of his abilities,  n-nd for no more, and none ran tell  whose sphere is the largest.���Gail Hamilton.  You  would   never know  how   important,  some men  are if V-ey didn't  inform you'.  When   it   co/ines   to      making   payments  some men never got beyond compliments.  Evepy Woman  Should  '      ���-������ .   r Know.  Offlefflf APrif'. ^ Hodgson Ellis,  J��� .^W to the Dominion Gov-  2S; has recently made a number  " SuSllhf ? SOap3' and sports that  "fe��enwS��?P stains that high  " t!ora Inn*? !��f 0lls or fat* necessary  Wh���fe ��d laundry soap."  is thaf ?JerY W0Inai1 does not lmoW  iuenSi �� common soaps    sho   fi-e-  232  of  Jn  f0r Alterations at the  dav   an?vr^ecx&Son Bar���next wash  milk ffi,J?U���wiI1  se��    that    Prof.  !1S l8 Tl^t Ho should low.    200  Mi/iard's lini'meu* for Rheumatism.  *��  1  < ur  ;   The   bore   never   loaves  memory  of  his  victim.  a  hole    in     tho  ���A   woman   is  a good   listener-  is   expecting .a   proposal.    '  Hewn re  of  the  amateur   who  ker  with  a   winning  sniilo.       I  when   she  plays   po-  r ENGINES AND BOILERS,  MACHINE SHOP OUTFITS,  BOILER SHOP EQUIPMENTS, ���  PLANING MILL MACHINERY,  SAW, SHINGLE AND LATH MILLS  STEAM LAUNDRY MACHINERY,  I MINING MACHINERY,  WRITE  The A. R. WILLIAMS MACHINERY  CO., LIMITED,  Tot-OM-tp,   Ont.,   Canada.  w. n. 'ir. .No. ysn.  Some  nro'ctnri  people   get   overheated  looking  for a  cool   spot.  rushing  ��� . Hie slave has but one master,   the am-  h.t.ous   man   has-as   many   as   there   are  persons whose aid  may contribute to  tho  I advancement   of   his  fortunes.-Bruyere  There  are  more   ��vays ;of deservii  ishment  than   there  pun-  ....  are  of  escaping  it.  The, world is but a ningnificent building, njll the stones are gradually cemented together. No one subsists by himself alone..���Felthnm.  sgrnm  A, 1  , 'i.',: ,:  >   ' : j  'i -,i  i.    *l  ���I.    '  1       I       &  ! ,'T  i. ��� i  X : '!  :<��� w  '   ' >.  c A, ■-'
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'   of JMoyie s,iid East kootenay.
'Voi;c-»l?l..-l.l,y-:vt« Jit...rj-.t t.,-.. ,   ..i.u p/>rfri   ^tl7$^;\
I intend to «*••>"." (o 'i.e- '"cieiuK jor.er cf  I_».nd- ' %'f^-y '.dpA^-Jr
and Works fo:   n   special   lioent.0  <o   o-i.ii.mij   '■■^"v~   '  r:*->-"
carry away  timU'r  fioin   th-)   folIowi^T  i-O: - ' \i.„,,,. „--.,,.,, Tu,-.,
f?ie yaw.
carry away  timUr  fioin   th-)   fo'Iowi
cribed lands:
Coimneiiciugat apost plfliued   ju-r.r   :*io "l"
 mile post ou the  C.  P.   KaihVaV  on   tho vest
-__,-,       jbank   of tbe  .\Toyio  river, , East   Kooiew^.
PubHaUetti. f Thence Past £0chains, thenco south SO chains,
thence west SO chains, thence north CO chains
to point of commencement.    Containing   0-10
fci.rEs of stTBScaiPTios.-. acres, more or less. II. N. UKKNTON,
J?2.00 i Dated 2f.ith July, 1D02. 5-16
, Meets every J\Ior.d;*v ovenis" in   "heir
'hall   on  Victoria street.    Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
^~r»M*m+jsaMmm*ian'^^ i'i i
f, *. s.ui'spe & oo„ -
F. J. S.mviii.
Noble Grand.
P. D. Hope,
Secr'y,
SATURDAY, AUGUST.'9, 1902.
NOTICE.
Moyie   Miners'  Union
, .,.,,.      I f-audsand works fora  spcoiiil   license   to cut
It would seem that in   tlie   building j and carry away timber from the following des-
ofthesinelter.it   Marysville  someone I cribed lands:
has blundered   to   the   tune  of  aborit \ J*n™*™l»e "tR„ P«»t Planted near tbe 550
I mile l>ost of tho C. P. Hallway ou weat bank ut
JpOU/JOU.       I .VoyJe river,   East  Kootenay    Thence east SO
chains, thenee south SO chains, thence west SO
Notice is hereby given that 30 days after date ■
i intend to apply to rhe chief commissioner of i Meets in .McGregor hall every Tuesday
evening.
The New York Medical Record
says: "The bible itself is one of the
very beat text books on hygiene that
has ever been written. He who
atrictly follows its teachings will he a
jie'rlecr. sanitarian."
Sojourning    members   are
cordially invited to attend.
John Blackburn,   ,     P. T. Smyth,
, President. Secretary.
chains, thence north SO chains to point of com
roeuceineut. Containing 610 acres, more or
less- ■ FRANK A. NELSON.
Dated 29th July, 1902. , g-ie
NOTICE.
1     Notice is herby giver that 30 days alter date J
intend to apply to the, Chief Commissioner of ,
bands and works for a   special  license to  cut
Moyie Board of Trade
Meets on the first Wednesday ,
evening of each' month at
8 o'clock sharp in the court'
house.
A. P. Macdonald, Pres.
WUOldUMX AN.U HETAUi
MEAT    MERCHANTS,
Fresii nnd Cured Meats, Fresh
Fish, Cac:o ani Poultry. Wo
supply only the best. Your
trade.'solicited.
MAKKGTS
In   all' the   Principal
Cities and   Towns] in
British Columbia,
:.  "CRANBROOK, B. C.
Headquaktkrs for East Xootenay
eaie
nr  William BrndiPof  Toronto   has      T HonM l0r a  spceIal license t0  cut A. 1. MACDONALD, Pres.
m. William Jirodie ot   I oronlo  has aild carry away (Imbor from lho fol]ow,     des.   AvTJ)nE.   Jojrv,Tnv     T _ '    m„„„0rt
en naid $1,000 bv  llie Entomoloci- cribed lands:   ' ,' aadhew JoinNsroN,   Lewis Thomson,
moyie's leading hotel.
been paid $1,000 by  llie Entomologi
cal Society   of   Wnshinjrlou,   for  his
Collection,of   gall   pioduci'ng  insects,
containing 18,747  specimens.    There
. I,. a,i      -i .i    . -      t  i    ~i      . I rne"ee wcstSOi-hrtiiLs  thence north SO «
?tiO local evidences that he did not get I fn nntnt  ,f „,„„.,/ .   " ' " . ,     „„
o    j io  point of commencement.   Containlny: 6^10
tlicm all, - ' t ) acres, more or loss. M. A. BEALE.
cribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted near  the S-19
mile poston the   C.   P.   Railway on   the  east j
bank  of  thc   Moyio   river,   East   Footenay.
Thence cast SO chain*, thenee south 60 chains,
thenee west SO ■•h-jiii.-,' thence north SO chains
Vice-Pres.
Sec'y.
Harvey   &   McCarter;!
I     .<
f"Rattlesnakes are grateful if you
gain their aftoction," says a corespondent o[ the CoTeicun, TeX„ News. "My
brother Jim found  a  six   foot  rattle
Datt'd2">th July,' 1&02
Tj-IO
'    NOTICE.
s Notice is hor'jjv ghen thai ;!0 days after, date
1 intend to apply to Ihe Chief Cnnimh>Mom'r of
, ,     , . , Lands ami-worki for a special  Jldense to cut
snake near town, caught him   under a  and e^iy aw*ny (imher /r0.„ ,hefollowing des-
bouldcrj and instead of using hi-j  ad-j ciibedviauds: ,'     x IXfff'    T?    r^TTta-rs
' Commencing at a post planted near (he 3-1S J  yV .   H .,   VT UjEvD.
FORT STEELE, 13. C
Harvey, nrcCartcr * Alexander,
' FERNIE, B.C.
Barristers & Solicitors.
fc*-wrfHnn>»Mijn»winHi mi tm ■■■.
The best of accommodations
for tbe traveling'public.    ,
P. J. McMahon, Mgr.
THE ST. EUGENE Ml.N'JNo ft,
THE MOYIE LUMBER CO.
PAKK, MITCHELL & CO
-REID, CAMPBELL & CO. {
MACEACHERN & MAC1J0\" VI1)   *
P. BURNS & CO. ' '   \
KOOTENAY HOTEL. 4
CENTRAL HOTEL. 8
MOYIE HOTEL. J
THE LEADER OFFICE, ■" '3
C. II. MINER,                       -'-      |
J. J. MURPHY. 9
l\D. HOPE. j
J. P.FARlfeLL.-      ' J
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ople Insure With the
best Companies.
Vantage he sympathetically"' released
the snake- which thereupon became a
. pet and followed Jim about and
guarded him as faithfully as a' dog.'
One night he was( awakened* and,
missing the"snake in its usual place
at the foot of the   bed j he   kneiv  that
.something was wrOng. lie got up,and
lighted a match to evesti^ate- and
found a burglar in tbe next room in
ihe coils of the   snake, which   had   its
tail out ol tne window rattling for   the
police." -   _    u ■
niilepost of tho C. P/Railway ou tbe M-est bank
of the Moyie river, Ea^t Kootenay. Thence
east SO chains; theue'e south SO chains, thence
west SO ch aids, thence north SO chains to the
point of commencement. Containing 010
acres, more or ices. , .   TRED SLOAT.
Dated 30th July, 190?. ' 5-1C
NOTICE.
BAHttlSTJEK, SOLICITOn, ETC.
Yv'hy yoUbhould buy "Fair I'lay'"' Cheirllig
Xobficeo.
ilecause it is ihe bebt quality'.
Uecause it is. tlie nioit lasting che^y:
iiecauseit Is the largest," high grttde ~> OrlOc.
plug.
Because tlie t'aj-s are v^luaUltfor prtiiiitims-.
fceeatis'e we guarantee every plug; aud
SecduHb your dealer is aiitho'nzed to^r6liiud
Voiir inouey it yoii arc'iiotsatibfied'.
liiE EmHrb Tobacco Col, Ltd]
Notice ia hereby gi\en that 30 days a -ter date
I inteud to apply tp the chief commissioner of
Lauds and Work", for'a special licence to cut
and carry u'way timber from the folioM-inj*- desr
Bribed land-.;
rCommeueiugRta post phtiited at thc Norili
WeSt'comer of Lot 279S group onc( Eo»t Koote*
nay; and north of Palmer Bar cret'kr thence
iilong Palmer Bar creek to Lot 8691 group onei
East Kootenay; thence west to the South West
coirnerof Lot 3694;- thence north 40 chains,
thetice tfest 50 chains; thence south SO chains;
thence eastSO chains to point of commencement; containing 640 acres more or less, "
5-13 ' F: W. FRITH,
Dated9th day of JiiJy, 1902.
CRANBROOK.
Mining* Stock
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66
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A@SAlhEi&
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NELSON,.
JB.
f>*ricUou AiiionS: JtJoer«.
treiuria',   1-ttigiist    T.-^Tiie    k-tile-
,'pieiil of the annexed territories is  not
being ac'comtHislied witboiit considerable friction.   This ia especially  noti
ceable in the bitter hatred  and   perse-
l v •      •   • 1 . . . ""
ctiuuu on tho bnrt of   the   ijuers   who
in ihe hKld to   tUe   und   of   the
war against the .Boers   who   servtici   as
.British ocouts.    It, is   taid 'that  edihe
• ■   •      '«.-.- .... i*       .,. ,     ...
ol   these  natiohal   scouts   have   been
shut  or   beaten.   So ■ liitetase   is   the
feeling that uian'y of the burghers who
luught consistently to tlie   end   distinguished   thuiiiseives   Irotii   thuse who
.surrendered during tho  war  by   wear-
ing a J;reeh    badge.    1'he  I'ranSvaa]
and .Free State colors   are also   freely
worn and[Sthe cuotom is encouraged by
Uie dutch vMio did not take  an   active
nart in tlie War',    Many of li'J6   burgh-'
ers declare they were induced Lo agree
.to surrender by • tlie   false   representations ol their loaders, who  painted the
terms too ^thoroughly.
.   Discbrdiint   elaiiiis   are   .hiimerous
and an} attoiiint to place   tiie  bUrch-'
,ers \yho eurretidered   during   the, war
in authority   over . tb.ose   '.yho   fought
.throughout tlibjvar   will   conceivably
i       '. ■ '.-        ■. ■ •
••esult m ^renewal pf hostilities.    The
:.ini]ority of tlie Boers .httvc, apparently
,in not way   abandoned   their   nation-
alijtyi,ftji'4pqj,':^i of, the|~i   preach, the,
advisability of .opening putfih,, schools'
-|0 as !,o )i;eeb,,aliye> Uieir, nationality '
X^e whole eituatj.ou 30,,bristles, .with.
,diflicultic*5 tht-L there,   i*rq  no luqking
.of those,who^oubt if, ,tho  docunient
.signed,.May 31   was t realty , the   final
isetllcnisnt of the South African trouble.
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Urticyoti llot Springs.
. ■      ■ ".   ' ',
1 The most.complete ,lieaJ.th.resorLon:,
ithe continent jOf.jJToi-th Americj*. Git-r
.uated., midst..tppnjyy unxiyiilied^for'
mrandueh ,T.Ki3 ^lALaYOI'T KO,T
.Sl'RING-S .Sanilr.-riani, Halcyon Hot
springs, Arrow Lalie, b. Q. R.esi'deht
physician and -nurse,,' Boating fishing
and .excursions-- ,f.TeleJra.phici cdiia-
\inunicatioii .with alii parts., of A the'
•world.. .Tivo, mails avrivef'apd, departj.
.daily. Terms, $15 to .$18 pfer v/eek,
'according to- residence in -.hotel or
■•villas^..-Its.baths cure all .nervous.and
imuBCU.lh,r diseases, its Waters heal all
'kidney, liver and stomach troubles.
jTkfl b^tha and.vf.aters are an invaluable
j^ra-sdy for silver and lead poisoning.''
St.   Joseph's   Qonvent
v KE.L.SON,' B. C.
Boarding and Day School., conducted by the Bisters of St. Joseph/ Nelson,
B. G. • Commercial and business
courses a specialty", Excellence and
swift progress characteaize each department. Parents should write for
particulars. One mouth ausures the
public of the thoroughness of the
Sisters' methods of teaching. (Next
term commeuCvS Sept. 1st.)     '
*
liaily liiilfket prices  by  iVife
from Spokane.
LEWIS THOMSON,
Notary Public. Accountant, Commission and
Insurance Agent.
BOOTS j AND    SHOES
flepairbd and Made to Order.
Drug and Stationery Store.
.Toilet Articles
Office Stationery
School Supplies.
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NEAR IfACEACHREN & MAbDONALPS.
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Moyiei
B, C.
City   Shaving-   Parlor,
1     11* H*m ■
Kootonay Steam X^awnUrv.
Wesley Cline, of the  Central  hcitel
barber shop,   is   now.   agent   for    the
Kootenay Steain Laun'dry   at >!elson.
All iaiindry left.in his charge  Will   be
promptly attended to.    Latih.-lry must
be in before Tuesday evening.    Terms,
cash in advance. 5_2.
■s
tViS-*,
ChJDfTRAL   HOTEL.
CLINE, i'roi),
Moyie. B.'c
FOll   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO
CHAS. P. CAMPBELL,
Funeral Director
and,- - . - -
■ Cl
. Embalmer.
Graduate of Champioh College ol the
UuiteoStatbs. Upholstering and general fiirhiture repairing. Oftico and
store, Aiken's ..bidck, near Canadian
Bank of Commercb. Telegraph and
mail orders promptly attended to.
Orahb'rbokj B. O.
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'nriii»'ni -nrfflflMViiaff-'
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SBES
urn*11! -julI-l.*Mrmn
W. A. Presto
Photographer,
Cranbrooi:,    Aloyie,     Fort Steele.
EAST KOOTENAY BOTTIING CD
dRAN^ROOK, Br C.
Abated Waters M all,
Elfidft
Ordbrs Sclioikd.
Soda Water aid Syphehs.
. ' '; '.
'xulm, n«uj,k». j'ajjiiju'ij
SO   YEARS"
IENCE
MERCHANT   TAILOR,
'Fine   Sittings,    Overcoating
.Trousers,   Imported    Goods,
MOYtfii %. ,C
BRENTON k NELSON
r_Foif{-.
HEAV1: TEAMING*
—ALSO—
1   \   I*    ♦      t ( y    i
BAGGAGt*.      BxMi^s     AND     GL^kttAj
Delivery.•
XTEBEtiSTADTitE,TESTEREIl\li CO.,
ager Beer* Porter and Settled
Beer Always on Han
Qruality fiot.'ixcelled in the country.  Try it £:ragj
be convinced.
f'SiMK"
World's   Scenic • Route.
DIREST LlM     f-
->v.    .
1 71 .   jt  . ~ ~— " -——	
Bast
Winnipeg
Toronto
OttaiVa
Montreal
St. Joh'ri
Halifafc
fibstoh    ,
New.Yorb,'
.    West
Westminster
Vancoitver
Victoria
Skaguay
Dawson
.  Seattle
roilland
fean Ei-ahcisco
:.K
JO&fftS10ftfl £ros.
I Ttaa Itotelte New and well PurniSHed. Tfl
-T^bies are Supplied ,faith tlie Best m
t Market affords. Thie Bar is Filled vM
the Best Brands of Biq[u6rs and Gip&
TJ; •SS
~tb*-
O. F. DEfJAULNIEE
-OE.VI.Ei-   I
IJpper Lake Steadier!
Leave   Fort William. Sun.  tue. Fri.
VIA. gQD LI^E
St.   Paul, D'uiutH   and
Chicago,
Tourist Sleeper   Service
13AST
S j
MOYrE,
HEADQUARTERS  Fok. _
AMD MINING MEli
E
iiit'i'rin«.coM,"B,V
bi
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irunr
', \ ' ^ arm r,>r saio.
A 8'GO acre farm three nirlcS
Moyio for ealo. , There ia cohsiderablo'
land cleared nnd it i3 well stocked-'
with hogs and poultry. For further]
information apply at this oflicc.   4-29
HyiffrWllll
o
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pasisstm
Designs
■■-■I'*■■   .'. X W*'y-'""-" Copyrights:&ci
••.VAnyoasaeRdlrrgv^kclch ana.iieswipUoil ma-?
qulcltly..nacertturi- our opinion free wiietli^r'an
IriyjonUarl is ftrobably ptrtAntablo.   Comn m[i«S
BCiilifreo. Oldest rrpor.cy forsocur^;"to^ritn    •
special notice, 'without clmr-Rc, ln the      rt-ot-VB
qnlntion of (iTry^.cientiflc lournnl.    'I'erm! Sa n
ifiVfcMrO ft'"8' $1' S" d ^""P&tlSfe
1UNN 8 Co.361Br^^ New Ydrff
Brunch 0«lc«. 625 F EU Wfi5biD*tcn. X). C.
Leave   Duhaiore   Junction  ddilV 'fbr
.Sfc.'Paul. ..
Leave Kootenay lading Ttiesday 1 |5S
ana balurday for Toronto antl ail !flforn
e.tslern points l&tai:
I. WEST
jteaye.' Epvpl^ko daily  for    Seattle,-
•   Yancouvor andcoastcit.ea..,
Ic3 hunters say]
Th8.MARLIN
hRS6dni?inytn:ng3t-)com.
mend i\v . .-Thcaop of iher
action is Always closed, the
niccliaiJ^m the most simple, the finish elecant, tlib-
orm ntfrattive,   it.seems
--' ^.vv-»
n
PBOMPTf: DELIVER^
Through ticketMo.EuropB via." all
Atlantic lines..,Prepaid tickets fijom
:. "11. points .at lowcu,t "rates. ' Fdr'hll
ij partirularflapjjly to local agents.     i
.."irow its bullcfs a little Wffif^taV%\
more jsccvratcly ind vlt>nt^50Mt F\
them with ft little more tome ^s^l«KKl"iL' %
limn anj/, oilier lifl^. For *""~"
dcertfikca 38-SS or 30-30,
IM-P»r»: c»ralq«. 300 lliuitrn.
fir 3 '™...ri e°V*r hif R<it?'al!«on.
MAaLw Fine Art'wsco.
.■lifiW.KAVJEN.fobrtM.
^♦H».«.....'.„a^j :TJja-.,
r5»i
-g>:iCJj
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. iA.    G. HiliVer, Agent, Mbyk
|j;q CAltXEB, -.    f,   .        kj.coYLkp
pist,.Pass. Agt iSg.t0o    pas
NolhOU'   - Vaaoo.ver.
price's Giveh
"and   Orders,
'aTaken on
'Sverytliiiif ,a
In thjd:PrlM^i
Lin^^ttho
iy
m
£hr&lSS?l!
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