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The Moyie Leader Dec 27, 1902

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 iNq, ay.  '#��  1 ^S?^  ��� , *;  .����� -*^ ^.- _.- ;.,. ��� <=&V*  It Will Connect with  Crow's Nest Line  15 ceil  A Happy,, New ��eai: to  Everyone,  And   many   may   you  see..'  And    during   all    the  years to come  Oii, Happy may you he.  1.  to dig  MAlPEpiEI-IT  Canadian Pacific Is After a  Share of the Spokane  Trade and will' En-'  '��� ter tlie Field.  from ��� g?  IANABIAN'  w$'* ,      - ,-     ; '       .v. -��� .-  x-' t i  'aid U> ;,Gapital   $8,000,000,  a i  BRANCH.   "������. F. C. MALPAS. JHGR.  ,  .Will the C. P. R. build  a line of  railway, from some point oa tlVe Crowds'  JSTeef line to Spokane?   According  to  recent  development    'it   looks   very  much that way,'   About 200' miles  of  the road   between   the international  boundary .line  and   Spokane   will bo  built by Spokane and- Seattle mon- but  it is.generally believed  that tho C. P.  R. will furnish'the bulk of the capital.'  Articles of incorporation of tlie Spokane & Kootenay Railway' company,  which is to connect Spokane with  the  Canadian ��� Pacific system, have  been  "filed iu  Spokane.   The Incorporators  aro I). 0. Corbin6 aod Senator' George  Turner of Spokane; Jacob Furtb,  J:  H. McGfraw   of   Seattle;   Charles  S.  Bibler/'Tabonia!   The capital  stock is  placed  at   $2,000,000,    divided   into  shares of $100 each.  The part not clear is where the C. P.  R. will 'start its branch line ftfr Spokane. Some are .of- tbe, opinion that  Creston will bo the point. Creston is  only about seven ' miles from ,'the  boundary line. J The facts, .will likely  be 'known within a short time,' ,*   "  *y-��   .-^r*  ."-V���   *%/��*  a  *v /v"Svs"^v- Aji" i-ys 7$i-Ajs-z.j.T v^r zynpr-zjz _^ ^ ^    -^ ,.  ien  Get your   New' Year's presents at  Hope's.. A good stock to select'from.*  Activity.  Wigwag���It makes me huotle to pay  my rent.  Ilarduppe-���The  question   of   rent  * >-ii  M  CAPITAL, (Authorized) S-J-'.OOO.OOO  CAPITAL, (Paid Up) $2,808,932  REST r.  .$2,438,595  ['.OFFICE, TORONTO,   ONTARIO.  [ERRITT, Pres.    D. R. WILKIE, Vice-Prep apd   Gen. Man.  Assistant gen. Manager.    W. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector,  f iST* f\r\ty  ^Tft A Tft.Yr*��TT   A. general banfciug biui-  Just Received  &J  ill  Doss transacted.  iGri BEARTMENIV-Iriterest allowed on deposits.  Jckl, available in all  p^rts   of   Canada,   United   States  Special attention given to collections.       ' c  F.'H. MARSH, Manager.  and  A*m>  -.n_*rf��_x��/ x��* &  A fine line of Sterling Silver  and Tripple Plate. Wo have  many inexpensive things for  3��mas presents, Tuspoot our  lines, perhaps''our goods and  I       ���   prices will ant you,  WILSON; THE JEWELER.  Two Doors Froxp Tostofflce.  CRAN3ROOK.  Mra. Clinp is home from the Cranbrook hospital. ' "^ ''     ',''"'  A. C, Cook and Chag,   Farrell- wero  in Cranbrook Monday.  Chas, Carlson came up from' tyard-  ner to spend Cliristmasi     ���'���    "  ti '  * . i  Mic3  |Jdith Hawke   is   visiting in  Fernie and Frank. -' j  , A. ��� Stephenson "wa3    bom  "VYa'rduer for Christmas.   '������ "  .   Ed Farrell' was  married  in   Myrtle  JPoml,;Oregon,'on Dec. 2ief.     ' '"'  Mrsv Bennott of Maryavillo is here  with her daughter Mrs. Hope, ,wh6' ��  sick, ��� ��� ���  Ther* will bo more ico put up on  Moyio lake this wintor than over before,  '  ''    '     ��� '���' -  A. W. Sutherland,, principal of the  Moyio school, wap vislting'in Cranbrook  and Fernie."  * o '  D. J; Leahy' has left Wallace; Idaho,  and is with Gus King at Deer Park ou  Arrow lake,',., -   ,  All of the married men working for'  the Moyie Lumber & Milling Co. were  given a turkey for Christmas. ,  John Blackbnrn came down from  Kimberley this week to spend Christmas with his family..-    "' '        '    "  The Fort Steele Mercantile company  of Craubrook ' ,is sending out some  handsome calandprs.this year.  There aro over 200 men on the�� payroll of the Moyie Lumber & Milling  Co. at {.he present'time,,,  There - is a good sheet "of ice on  Moyie lake, but it ia so' covered with  snow that'the skating is spoiled for  the present! '  The merchants  and hotel'' men  of  Moyie are well-pleased with "the Christ*  mas trade. ��� Money was fairly plenti--  '/ul and there was considerable bpent  in the town.   r "    1 [  ....^M. J?h�����8.������. >7��   G.  Bateman  aud "Joh'n'Mcpoual'd.have the contract'  of taking out 5,000  tie's for the East  Kootenay dumber' Co. ' They will  be  taken out on the west side of the lake.  Chas. Faas, the Creston  merchant,'  was in town for Christmas.' &��r���  Faas  says that Creston is rapidly  coming to  the front and that business in all  lines  is good.   There is a  substantial  payr  rollback of the   town   now   and   the  people are jubilant over the outlook. "  G. A. King is at Deer ' Park on Arrow lake "building a mill for the  Montana Gold & Silver Mining  Co.''  This  is the   mill   that   was- to  have been  built some time ago,<but upon   which  work was postponed until now, .Mr.  King is not only one of tho best' mill  builder* in the country but can also  run  them   to  perfection when   biiilt.  Ho was the builder and afterwards the  superintendent of the Sfc. Eugene concentrator afc this place.  Somo oi the best holiday' goods are everyday goods; gooda "that  enable you to show both good will'anil excellent, judgment. ' Como *  in and let us suggest something to give, or-mako "a selection your-  .self, from tho hundreds of useful sifts displayed'in our store / Como  as early as you can-the earlier you como the better selection vou  will havo.    " ',''������-'' ���     *"  Pocket Books  Leather Uoveltics  A.U of these'aro exceedingly  popular and' always acceptable.  Yoii cannot make d mistake in  t/eleclirig from '.among these  leather gift things. �� -  Parker's A"?eB37"  Gentlemen's and Ladies'  A beautiful, constantly' usefulj  always'acceptable present. Do  you know what a delightful companion a'fountain pen is? Prices  from $1.75 to $6.00 eacbfBsaB==S!mr'  Military Hair Brushes,   "'  . Elegant Handle Brushes  .Kbony goods'; great variety of  shapes and sizes; prices, as "low  and aa high as one would wish/  These are the ideal' gifts, being  both ornamental and useful. '  Perfumes, Colognes,  Toilet "Waters  Pe/fumes aro always appropriate for Chiisfcmas gifts.'-Everybody likes them. \ We have all  kinds. - Prices start at 25 cents,  and some "are as high as $10.00.  ' NOT-* H4��F QF T^ GIFT TKIFGhS  We bave in our store have been enumerated, or even alluded to  in this advertisement.' Thero wasn't room! But we do want you to'  see our splendid holiday goods, and therefore we moBfc cor'dial'ly invite you to come to our store. ,   '       '    -  ��  Post Pfflce Drug Store,  9  Moyie, B. G.  GENERAL  NEWS  NOTES.  Rambler-Cariboo stock has slumped  from 80 to 28 cento.   '   "    *  Chief Lillia of   Nelson   fire department has been suspended,  "' F. I. ftlpore, of  Elko, has .received  liia appointment   as  a justice'of .the  the peace.  r Dr. James Brodie, well known along  the Crow's   Nest   line,  i .   -  Steele last Saturday.  " It is not likely  that thc Provincial  parliament will meet   until   tha  fore  part,of February.  died ciu Foffc  METAL'.MARKET;  New   York���Bar silver, 48f cents.  Lead, $4.12*.' Copper, $11,501   Z'ino'  (spelter) ,$C90.     "'    '    >-'���    .'     "    J  LoNDo.v���Lead, ��10, 16s.' 3d.  ���EAST- KOOTEKTAV STOOKi"   "'  ��� " Asked, "     BufA  Crow's'Nest,Coal....$i25;po $119.9^' .  St. Eugene  North Star'.  Sullivan...  Can, Gold'Fields..,  22  1  it  Jack Munroe, a miner; v/on $250 in  Butte a few   njgjits   age  by  staying  with Jeffries for four rounds.   Jeffries  -could not knock his man' out in ,the  allotted time.  Al L. McDermot and A. Bowness of  Cranbrook have purchased the wholesale liquor business of E., J. Peltier in  that town and will continue it under  the firm name of McDermot & Bow-  nedS,'  'A New Association,  Following along tlie lines suggested  at the meeting in Sandon recently o^'  lead mine owners, a movement fe*noV  on   fnof. in   ^/-,>.��,   ���_��� '      .   "..    '"'     '.    _  OK3.-a.KT233E:L��OOj��5:*,1338. O-  "it  '���fH  $ >'  <t  CAKLOAD   OF   STOVES  JUST  ARRrVEI).  Our stock for ^Cnias trad3 id  well Hssorled, with everything  that iu new, choico('aud select,  in tin? Itr.ee :mitable for Xma&  pro6eut.s.  For instance:*  ~*j-e-~****5.  Mail  Orders  Given Prompt Attention.  Water Sets,  ��f BIS SPACE IS RESEEYED EOBj  1  7 iiuJViJo  ^-X\  N .     *,.,*:    .'*.���-  ^ fading Ladies^and G-ents furnishers.  >~Tr^ -l'-'^!*^WWWMM.^M.MJ,^w,.MMU��n��MMW.^OTM*,W* "" " lHI.II��HLW*^W��jm" ^W*  Warrtner J3 Proeptroug.  "Althoueh there ia hot *7nuch heard  of Ward nor en the  outside, nevertheless'the place  is    nourishing and  all  branches of business is  "in a  healthy  condition," said'D. J. Elmer, who is up  from that  town   spending  Christmas  with  his   family.     "Brockenridg-n    &  L'.iucl have moved the balance of their  I outfit from Michel aud now hnvo  over  j 300 men employed on their  nev/  sawmill at Wardnor   and   in   taking  out  logs up the Kooteuay river.' The East  Kootenay Lumber Co. will begin oper-  alious some time in January and   will  employ about 200 men.    In  tho   town  business is brisk and  promises   to   be  much better aitcr tho first ox the year,"  Mexico has abolished free silver and  gone over to the gold standard. This  will .throw $3i,OUO,000 worth of silver  annually onto the world's markets,  which will probably cause anoth  slump in the white metal.  The Miners'  on foot to form an association of le&d.  producers, which will beat "onpe'oD.  erative and powerful,        '       '   '     ���''  1 A circular letter has been issued' fe?  the parties interested and a meeting  will be called tome time early in -Jar- '  uary, at which definite action will bo '  taken and incorporation applied for, ���  It ib hoped, to have the organization ia  working order   before   the Contract  with the smelters for 1903 are made.  _ If the original suggestions are car-  ned out,  representation  in  tha new  association will be' on  a sliding scale  .r j bftaed on th8 P^roll, so that the larger  owners, or rather the componfaa em*  ploying the large  forces, will  uaye a  ���J-iie iimera' union o    Nanaimo has   voice proportioned 1-\ 7/  -     ��� *  completed nffiliation with thc Western iil'irPlODate ���h  tbeir ia^  "-Veetern  Federation of Miners. Pulph Smith,  M. p., lor 11 ine years necretary and  agent, has resigned as a protest against  tlio action of the union in joining an  American organization.  inlerosts.  ���A- S-iecosora* EutortaIup,outf *  . Marked success crowned the Clirwt.  mas treo entertainment given by the  meinbors of thc Methodist church in  their hall Thursday evening. Th,  children were all up in their work and  '>rii^'agAou��'3aauM\jtfM>a  aa^aCieBMwp>scmttjamBu  Leierj yisli.es,  .'���'(��� .,.  ���**v��   ���'-.'"  .��  BE9AUX.NIBK KKOS,  JProp9.  connection  Largo   sample   room   in.  with houso for commercial men.* Best  ... . j  of accommodations. '  '"^quarters for Commenciai and Mining-Men.  Ourllandkerchicfs are worth  everyone's inspection. The  Irish linen and the Twill silk  are the pure stuff.  Neckwear,1 the very latest,  jr>.  "'     -VENUE,  MOYIEj JI. C.  KKKSS'^^S*:  'fflaccacSiers  si  I    The Payne mine U  beating  all rec  ords M a zlnc rr0d,cer.   The  mill  is I did'Se^ ^a^ip^oaX ZT*?  dullo, dialogues, recitationy, etc., wers  very bright and catchy, and Mr. and  Mrs. Eu Hill, Mr. Marshal and tho  others who as-aisled in the training of  the children aro deserving of ,reaft  credit. a  W. E. Stone did   tho   Santa  Olano  act, and did   ifc   ri"*li��     ti.^  A       u" A   i30n..    lhe presents  wero d-Btributbd and  everybody W0nfc  running day and night and keeps tho  crew jumping io keep tbe concentrates  away./. It the water holds out the mill  w^lrun all winter nnd produce an  enormous tonnage.    -  , Mi.aers' wages in tho silver mines in  the United States range from $2.50 to  &* in gold per day cf eight hours,  while in Mexico miners' wages are 75  cents in silver per day of ll hours,  which at tho'present rate of exchange'  0F1.4Q premium) makes 'the. Mexican  labor cost Slr[ cents in gold per day.  homo happ}',  Heart Ollice  CitANJlKOOK  Q^ifti- y x ijEfjj  Honors for a Moyio CUri,  Miss.Erna Niederstadt came  home  from   Nelson    this   week .  to    spend  Christmas ' with   her  parents. .   Miss  Ema has been attending St. Joseph's  school in Kelson.   In the repon of ibe  examination published in  the Ne^on  Daily News it says that "the best typo-  wntmg record for speed and  accuracy "'  was made' by Erna Niederstadt, who  will receive a diploma."  ,'      Ciiurcu Services.  VRKSVYTmiAu-Snndzy.school *at'd  p. m Aftdruoou service in the hall  at 3 o.clock. Subject: "And it came -  to pass." '..  All are cordially  iaVitQd  these services.    ' '  T.  to attend  A./BROADPOOT;/Pastor.  odis'j?���Sunday  school   at   <*  P.m.   Preaching ...at    7-30'.'o'clock"  Subject;     "We ��Wnr1   n��� --V.wocjk.  ���   ,    ,,    *   "      y^^il our-years as a  cale that is told." '  All are welcome.  A. E. MARSHALL, Pastor  mw^MAMm:  ci  ���&,!���  ?''  .1'  .        I  Im  mm:��&^wMm:wmi  i&3?  m mmtmrnGmmmmsom J Ia ue]11  er in everything that was said.  f  hy  as  couie  'Lot  ���r-*i m(L go the rest  of the way  with you,  U:icle,'~      -   -  --  "Come  then.  i NoFeJ by Annie Thompson.  cried Mary.  ... -   3'ou   witch,   here   arc  the reins.    Is it only four days since  you left us?"        ,  .   .She took her seat,  and leaned forward to kiss him.  dav?ewSr*e Sald slovrl~vy."only four  dajs. but it seems more like a? year."  you " '   Child;  T haVe missed  waiting     lor    mo,    >ou understand?  And telJ  them ��� what  you have told  "ie.       Will     you?       before    1  back?"  "Of course I will."  Sho rose at  once,  struck hor    foot  against a stone, and almost fell. Instantly he had lifted     her,   and car  ried   lier   to      the    road.        There he  stood, holding her hands In his   and  speaking rapidly.  "I am to blame.    I had no  CANADA LEADS THE WORLD IN  THE FIELD OF MEDICAL RF^,  William Heniy,  the Celebrated  English  Medical Aiith,    ~_    right       Englishmen   are   proverbially   slow  ��us'5rf words, and blind    your    to take up new things.   They cling to  Himself with Dodd's Kidney Pills, and Gives Th^p ?Peri^  ire   Droverbiallv    si nor    ���' ��� ,..,., ��� ll  o ^   *���  CHAPTER X.  fro'm  * i?  .     ' If  '-, '  1   ,  i   i ,j.  She waved her hand to the others  and drove away. "wiers,  "Mary is like sunshine!" exclaimed  T-   , l uVate voluntarily.     John  turned to  Kate  appeared  next   morning  ^ith    her at once- -  a- large    apron   tied   over Jier  dress "Ah'    y��u  feel  that  too    Kate      1  ;s ggestjve of work in prospect: John    ��"inot      imagi���e  how you   and   Mr  "'^l!1^-?-',^-.^oughts had   Jj��� SO} on when she'is away "or  ant  length of time."  "We survive."  "Yes    of  course:   but  what  a difference it must make "  s3iinee"P3-e.-f!V10,L   *l���ys   have   sun-'  slune,     said, Kate shortly.  tui!^'' \know what you must" be  thinking  of,    I must seem very scl-  Sl ? S��U; bUt renje��>for that T  have had to do without her for  seven  years,   and  you  have  had   her  kt'��l himC-     R is my tu��� now."  Kate     became  suddenlypbreathless;  eyes with tears so that vou could  not see tho way. And the rocks are  too rough for your feet: you should  have none but smooth places to walk  ��J1' io?;-1 Mary' don't *vou understand? I want, your happiness onlv,  always; it is dearer to'me than anything; I would give mv life'to "  cure it. Mary, can't  stand?"    *  you  se-  under-  not   fiecn   so  entirely  diverted  its wearer as she supposed.  ,;     "Aow  Kate,"  j,e exclaimed,    "you  'U'ed not thmlc that ychi  will   be al-  - lowed     to  knock  the old tili the new has bwn tried  arid tested, till it has been proven  beyond a doubt that' it is sound in  its every principle.  But once tliey have passed on it,  and passed favorably, it goes forth  to tho world bearing a stamp of genuine value that nothing elseV could  give it. And from that time forth  that new; thing, be it a thought, a  fabric or a remedy, bears Lhe hallmark of sterling worth that nothing  ..can destroy.        , ,  ;'    -      Wiiy   Canada,   is    I'roml,  It  is  for. this  reason   that   Canada  has  mow  cause  to   be proud    of    her  ,the station  "I have   work   to  do,"  said  hesitatingly.  "It  must wait,  twelve."  Mi  K"ate  then:  we start at  Ferris  looked  rather bewilder--  * o  going  Kate absented  on two conscc-  ��'d  when   tin's   .arrangement was  e*c-  mined  to liim      lie had an  indent-  He idea  that  things  were not  '������ghlly.     When     had   l,  herself from her work  luive- days   beforo?  in^Alirv ��^Dly  ari"'iSti��n  0f ����et-  m   ,    *?',    he Sil,d'  V1 can ��ave vou  the trouble     j have ^ christening at  andV 1��VCI'to��.   this   afternooi,  and  1  can'leave    word  pa'st  the  station,   that  ns I    drive  Alary  is     to  'ii>;  i,  wait there till I come for her."  ������ /Ut;^rIS U10rc than a questic  Oh. yes. indeed, John; you have  made me very happy aeain. J knew  you would be glad about it;    it    iaJ  ���Z ffo��d of -v��11 lo care so much."'  <-'0,  Mary,, quickly."  She went, and he followed her with  allJyeSJ   ?f ,COUrse she  had "ot 'fin-      ���      .      -    --  JI?���'  h9. hated himself,     because I advtK,Ce alVaB 'the  walks   of 'science.  ��* wished that she had. j * or" fy .English authority,  one of the  g  -      ' highest in  all*"England,   one   of    tlie  CHAPTER YI      * highest  in   tho   world,   has - declared  ,   /        ���'VJ- and  declared as emphatically as man  Long before'Mary's return    to  thJ C&xido \l   tJlat ^"^d's Kidney   mis  Manse,  Kate hai gone to her room  P   Canad!a"  <����oyeryp   Is'   the     one  A-headache,    which     existed"to     a*   '^ tlmt   treats diseased Kidneys  small  extent and  was presently     to L" H   y shouI(1 bc treated',, and effec-  ground  bononth   ���     A" J "' ; +b�� intensified' Was her excuse for re- y a"d Peri,"��J��tJy cures  them.  hMrri  n T f    h  hnr feet-     She    tiring  early.        Truth     to,Ml       Iti *�� -Kmli.ei.i   Autiiofttj-.  from"  a    S'wavT^  l�� <??��� ^  ^ ^"S  ^nMentes;   ^L^1^  He��''>-  i��  the name  of  the  long     ^ay oh. say,  "lou weep with the mournful seemed    f��   English    scientist    who    makes    this  ���  ---  mo easier in the    present    circumstances    statement.    He Is  k.Wn.   respected,  surely not her ow^'re^omi^-./iVo"' IwiL���10?0* With the ���fo>'fuJ-    Sh��    *nd foI,?wcd ^ thousands of Uritish  %ixy ��i; y< t ��� y^y^^^y^ ti  vl'*       oca,        it   Was   not.   ��*"�� * ������->  i iineoiui. >   -' iiour  an aching chill stole over her, slle  seemed to herself to be drifting of?  into distance, and yet she was distinctly conscious of the roughness of  ismts.  . erary cal],ne  , -     ���  could  not  *"��ns in th    b    - ��ot �����  cruciating.     Z^ <  lit  sit  Pain's  had  ��� heart    "fl   . mt��loJ.  depressed    in-ii  v ,��nnS-" -!|  pressed by a d��^ l*&  throw on.      ��*^*yy}  A    A Itl'Hult  He tried all  fcfcl  0bU)!  trouble  sorts of  *��4  few.    Son,Q ^^ ��!d V^j  hef,   but    thai        "n Ol  U3at    w'afl all ^71  ���ifiey pjj, '���*  ingres*.^!  tried   Dodd's  gives    the o foil  experiment ���     rt/"g resafti gi  of Dodd's KW^IJS  JoctJy free from ^tl V  bemg quite noniiaaC!d'^  WfLLrAM' HE.VIIY,   *    '"  Author'of "The Penny, Medical  Library."  :;(2.)  Three d  osc-s bn  ot-'gttj  ��.",'     an.d, she Jieard  another voice  As   a    Kidney   remedy   I   Ny  ould  improvement   i'i3(,,.,rl, T  ly bad before S'EhI^  '(3.) r:vcry 0]le  ! I   hay o^i  viol  back ..Dodd's  Kidney^nisje-^^urXlt1^  against   all   the    drugs    in 'the'    "<4->'Though it! ,,    a?:'  meiuionr-fi  ?nt  hoadachf-s  mention, i,ft(j  as ire;;  Pliarmacopieia,  meeting Mary, Mr. ^rr^ Q J?ai��wir  stop indoors the whoJo day, ?f Ume  one does not make her go c  Wy     well,    very      well:   let  her  Pleas.e herself." ner  '   Kate    seemed      undecided,   but   at,  ,���fn��nt ��fUncertainty about it,  duel ceeding    beautv of ihX'o " ""  �� sr'^ s ss si sa-'  that open air exercise woulTK  ��i��&���� Jfr.Kat0- John andWarv  found their way outside as usual"  and  turned  toward  tlie rocks "*'  "K"ot  a  word,   John,   until   we  are"  S^'. a,"d ^If J af ^oi"S- to speak  fixst,     cried Mary.  -'Do let us walk  as fast as ever we can "   ���  "Certainly." he said; bewildered by  passed; and she M-as     beginning "to I B"tish  family  reckon upon being undisturbed    thlt    makes     this  mght      when  her  door    was   genUy  pijhedopen, and a low voice called,  Como in, Mary  homes,   for  as  the  author    of    "The  Penny Medical Library'" and kindred :"<1   the   parking    of    Dodd'  works  he has   talked  medical   science 'Pills  from   a     scienti k  m simple words to almost the entire   and he anirmsthey a  Kidney  PiIls,  tw\d��*��fi  trace  of  u,ric acid ]n \*  ^thstandingthutiny^;  of lifo are gust tho.sa-M ������  ways  Were." tJ|  dear.  her haste.  They reached the rocks, and the ex-  little.  is  just as I hoped it would  y c  such   wonderful  I was afraid you might be asleep  ���    I am so^sorrv ab '  head, is it very bad?"  ''It has been worse "  "Xo."  Mary stole across .the room -to the  window where h0'r cousin stood anl  lean,* her head against, Iwn^sho^-  you  would  kiss me," she  the re-  | 1v,����t ' it   >��afll.  {This,   in  brief,  is the ex^J  .ilha.m    Henry, * porhap ^  �����ey   greatest and bi*st knn��     H  could  telMromlthority.-   It  putf tt^j  's  S i'  'hi  :,y  er. the detaining effects of various  fairs, markets, and'holidays were  canvassed, whilc Barron dilated up!  ou the semi-barbaric days before' the  hne was doubled. Barron was full ��  conscious 6f the importance of ���;  Pos, ion The privilege and resp^, -  "S;0'  ^ceiving   two   trains     in  not iall,Lto  the  lot  of, every  master-���he    cherished     '  you  feel  onderful  s    Kidney  standpoint.  And   William   Hem-y !theory \ml  liruJu^ ,"'*aU�� ri��!^' *"  maKef     this-   .statement   .concernlnj theory :ai!a J!,ttct,">-    P* ����*'�� ,o! the  PmLtfCa^.��f "&I1   ^ts,   he   has  Dodd & Kidney Tills himself'/or  ney Trouble, / and has  been  cutv  them. en  CU^W   "J'jti.ai,    nc     was'  on   the. right  tracl-   lof   t^Yi,' "  svth[r^^*'Siu^ iffis- StT .rss-Snt^ t&f rr r^^  the drugs in the -PharrnacopiTa ��    ' ' L .l.^rT.^0.^ ���� >?  rel' &. how  fitiiS  tee  s who hare]  William Henry has of c'ou  rse watch  h��'Zf- S��,.t/.��,",lc. .��'"��� Grav"ei t'tat  ';l'-'.��.faMt|,JO,0���0.  S.ISodd-s^/d0���5Sii  stands   tliat,, sure  cure for  tisra.  Bright's Disen.se, DiaklH  all other forms'-of Kidney  station  a" Pharisaic  he was  not  as   v  ^A^yyxy^zyzi  gratitude  that  thu stat  Kirfcton. He had his grieFs"��� n was  a positive pain to liim to sec the  nio, train dash disdainfuHy pa ?  Oar/e,gh;   in moments  of great eSil  he'maf��tdm-ne!n5d hinwe�� StaiX"  ^Tn%^icSitU'��0l-threC^?  Other    subjects  than ;the vagaries  of railway trains, were discussed on  the station platform.    Barron  "Of what?  "Oh, no matter: something I had  almost forgotten. We did not come  here to speak of that "  TrZfTGfnd ?anar-v? \no. indeed!  ���John, I have been so impatient for  the evening to come."  Ao      have        j.       }lary.'-   '        n  held      out      his      hand*      to    her  and she put  her own within ' them,'  speaking eagerly:  .i,"1! ,^ad�� ' UP my mi'nd  that    vou  should be the first -to know. I wouM '  not ^tell any one, not even TCate   before you   You arc so dear,- arid-good.  I suppose I know what it  *ou can't, I am suro;  never guess  it.  It  t is."  you would  liVM'-c, -Ti,-   ~  " J" is  the most     un-  "kely thing you can think  not  you are  and kind to me-  as an  elder of the church, was an authority  ^good,  ��� i - *vou wiH be so glad  It oJ,��l hear T'hat X have to fetl  Jt_onlj   happened yostordav.     I    am  ffomg to bo married;  john-_..  His hngers closed over hers with a  tight grip, so that sho winced    with  happened to me - "if To"L��Jj ^ haVe  in   ' T,,-(1 ��-    XI he had fallen in  Iovb  with  you.   now,   I shoilId  have been at all surprised  so clever and sensible "  oneSh,J f��not0 .unf erstand'that some  one has fallen ,n love with you "    '  and wh- rCarV Mary rai^d her head  and wh.spered    in Kate's car ��� ���  am engaged to  be married i"  Itate kissed her again.     '  I hope you  will  be     vcrv  jrary.   You  will  have J  band."  A GREAT WORRY CURE.  ��  Conm,,,,,   Se��.so   r,   ���~ Be.s,   ReMedr  'i��nt Can  Be PPC,el.,bfd  I oncp_asketl n pi13.SiciimiM.h  C "uW "��K^l for the worrying Hub  ���   ��� I would prescribe common ��ie.��  euiTv^r astrkonlia,ul."iid^��ot  eHo    '��� Tnr�� th<> ,U.ed,Cfll "���� '�� Pow-  ��loss.     J h,s worrying nonseiisr. crows  -   >estme.,n'stocui-e*it   liosribe  n.incs pf th,*- woman .herself '���  SeLlWn,WiII*J"Kt  Cai!  n'��tu��   hoiro  sense to Her aid, resolve not to borrow  rJ-i m'aai'h)S that "p��Ji��e to the  heilevi��r  diSffr'aCe" to>���� fl^3  believed   by   some  people!',a  young  joman  who was brought up  by S  a good  de^fd^a^tubftCrVhanr  well n,T w���... f >ou  .knew him   as  ���^nd"n,t underst"and i'ou. Say that  on doctrinal points; and,  as the first    und  caring  Rut it  is  quite  as as-  don't wonder vou cannot  to  receive     the  weel-lv "n^ ^ -.UrSt I unci-rsland-  I  can hardlv "believe  was   shared   �� ^ ^L.P^ .Th^    i^?^   T�� -thin^  ^ any  one  a  select  few  of  ^  village, he was frequently appHed to  for information regarding the doLis  given ZtCrrVOrUL The infonnaISS  fe^on. he interspersed so freolv win,  conmients   of   his   own,   that   to   ie  wlethS1 "T' %rraAn��d UnCCrta^  was^oSble^rdiSu^^  tho rl , V.'��ltcr disturbances a~��d  tlie Irish dill cultfos���evils which  ^ere directly ,attributable to 0rig-  mal Sin aggravated by Tory obstS-  to-d"vC Mr trniQ d�� y��U CXpect �����t  tooaj,  Air. Barron?" jn  as she and her compani  011  the" platform  The     station  going  quite  inquired Kate,  ion  came up-  hinri     i-      master   held tip  his  an ?nw  coulmand s"ence,  assumed  rigid    for   "TT'1011'   and   rcmai����d  wh>h   ^ fCW  moments  during  ^h ch    the  porter  struffirled  win,   ,  desire to  clear his throat      A^   las'^ '  Larron's     features      roloxed--"<*Wa  whuslin'  Glcnpcjoiof* yi,3'XGQ��� Mies  "Oh       ,^lcness]e!     he announced.  hyh'     fche South   train!     We  shall  have to  wait some minutes,  John "  I  ey    wandered  up and  do^  the  S?utr T' -PenCj,inff the ^��� .3- the  kouth tram, which'  like that,    for  me  true;  he  does  care for me.   though I  am not worth it,  and oh! ��� I-lom  ��� so ��� happy." ani  ''How   long   has   this   been  ��n' ���    ���������Q s?und of his voice  startled her.  "Dk> you mean, how long    have    I  known him? A year. I th-nk;  but    I.  "Do you love him, Mary?"  "More than I can tell 'you    Tohn "  She  bathed     out     the i-ord8T��in'lf  one\^;reCaralm��St t0�� Sacred ^r any  He let go her    hands  well as I do, you-   would    be  tombed as I am,  that he careY for  nave^S?'"11 SCG h,'m lo��  yound/r a ffI'Cat dea"]    about  bett;randHhe%oUa]dtSnott��  ^���   '*OU  ber whnf ^COUJd  not  quite remem-  hS onYl   30U are Iike'  but then    he  nas only seen you twice."  Only socn me twi(;er..  iytold^nclbeebSred;Sf T ^  SSdkh^ tcI]ins Joh"' -  to   keep   her good   looks.    Why,   then  floes she take Uie course w-hich   s su   i  to in ko lu,- yellow skinned, doll ^  and thoroughly unlovely? *  mh-Ili fEl,7Hslnv��'������ "is   greatly   ad-  mned for her utter refusal tow  LOCAL DRAMATIC TAtar.'  Sir Hnrr Irving- .s^Tak, ��Mm '  s>'��-     Henry   Irvhi./'waii  recently     at   Etlinu'i;/-!, bv\i'  and  rencil Club, u.,i�� in iop/:'  the toast of his h^ilth roiir  speech madefy Mr. Andr..-w  at   thc  opening  of   the  Toxi;  rary,   in, the course of \vhhl  -s St^i'rSr^tt p-n'os^ buif- ��������  mfnV?*113 the' b0PG ��f a ^ord of com-  mendafaon as she sat in - the kitchen  eZr7'W        g f��r her ^an^other'��  New Errand granam'o^T n^^  housekeeper and example, of thrift  says that the .adages a househoM  JSTiide in her family.     ,  One day her- grandmother went off  to pay-a visit, and the ambitibus girl  When the old lady arrived shclooked  about her with keen eyes, but there  seemed no ehnnce for criticism until  purposes,  of     dramatic enUTtainnn-iH.s  s ons     and     other . purpo^s  serye     to      bring out   \Wll, ^  "Thnt." said Sir JU-nrv, '-��-.lm  practical     side   of  th hilts,* hoiffjffi  on  Mr.  Carnegie >.a\e 11 r��,i5s  his view'which cnine uith ram;  force.    He showed iht* valae oi  IE��!  ei "  MP  13^2 5C  iiime  ..came  I     Just  'Tolling   .lohnl'  the words  stooping down under"������ihn'J.T^i'" ���*T,'' J.!rtullvo wo,,k- fiction and ifce  saw'thntthn i!l'     ��� ^      d��0r*   "he   general advancement of hiiiM-fl V  W^of flui^m ? TJDd had Waftcd a      ,Car  h,s  won,8:    '����u' ��" * ���  wnh h<? hen yard' ���   !CII1S  whlch 'those rp.sponi.ibk,.  BmV      # ?yCS   tbat   wouId   tinkle   in    maintenance  of libraries had J  spitei of herself she pointed an accus-l I was     the extent    to   which  0      , ���-    - tliecomin- of ��� Ing"flnffer at this evideuc  another  day.   she  does  not   proerasti- ? n<jfa0ai,d said soberly:  "Janet, my dear," I  feather In tlie,kitchen,  1 came home!"  m  Jcate   repeated  UIlo,    ,.,   ���-     l,Lter     bewilderment  T\hal, dld you te]1 John?��� ment.  \\hy Rate, dear!   that I  to be married of course."  yy^y^x'^'^''^  am going  note-.but slinplr will not Ietthedo.no*  c   nacnory  grind   her  (lowil   tQ   ���  health nnd an e.-irly old age  She is a rrocinem bnthc-P and rer��rd��i  onlth as the prime fnc-tor of life/oie  Ipokod after before everything ����?  SLo sleeps nine l,ours ���n(i also" talces J  a| T"" Xhl' <lay> ^-"-'ingiiig JloI-  ��-o. < in the most systcnuitic ma*nc��  iiei  little  memorandu  In  an accus-    :e of careless-   B,.lou,dl-ho admitted, unci rdaH-i  . I his   own view   htul hcciKUnfiK'-f  see   there's  a  It's high time  siding ai-  ^vyyyyxyxx*  f,1  'VM  rdoeatcJ rSf :Pr08'0nt'y  ; ter the guar '  Barron had indule-ed" in X't '���'���' "*?*���  conversation. The^i the /or h'S ?  cauiejlyins round a * cllsfan^courie  at full, speed,  as  thouglf it', had  the  an  not  e   -remotest  intention  of  stopnTmr  yvvhere:  suddenly  the driver S  pec  d !'t  the   train  ecTto realize what was. expected    of  ^es^ier^r^^tr^  yixey sh�� 6<*"����i to bo  ���.ss.snl2S"v^.h!??".?����*  an  the  embrace  were   mm.,f   ,. / ��� ~  some idea thnt 1.     ^  to   corivey  in. word? h�� COuld not express  "I can't  help  it,   Kate,"  she said  m answer to her cousin's look of ^  um she ' kissed . Kate  several   fmlf  ?^^'S!?..V'*?"���.tS"ii  'ears gathered  in her eves nnri ci^i  down hor face; shQ coug��.^��Wo  colors in the sky any longer tl f  waves mocked her with theE"^!  Sr.11^,8 a" so different frSm  J hat she h^d expected. She crouched  down on the rocks, and looked at  tho hands that still ached wlth the  rough treatment thev had rin��- .  the sight of the dark^S,Coh:'  them seemed, somehow, to aSntu  ato her disappointment.  In Sp?to    ��  ScK >!,e ^obbed a,��ud- ���r  nack ,to her instantly.      ���  A "Don't cry,  Mary.   ' Dear, I    cin't  bear  to see you  cry.     What f,   Tu  matter?" . ..."     *    . .Uftat.ls    the  Wn^SJ' K   d��,n't 1<nOW'      1 thOUght VOU  would* be pleased,   but I never henrd  you speak so harshly befo  have hurt my hands."  He took them in his own  ered them with kisses ;  ���   "There!   does   that  that  I  did  derstand you" teU  ^f6' J -CaJ?.not Un"  "Ri��..n��� mG again."  ftiVhi ���' I ?T\?re vet& stupid      to-  ftl^t,     cried Mary    h&if petulant!v  toep  on explaining,   aiid  try  to    understand  ng to be married    to  Kate   leaned    against the window  '��  slip  ahvnys  for  digestible food, and would"m^W^  LnSl1n'��fK��0df00d{,nd^^^-  hungry   than    eat   -       '   "  t��   this.     Ue had cli:u:��?.f ftisfj  however, and was of the opinis'J  it  was      no  use  to provide a J  for    the    aspiring   to climb  made  the first step too high iii  ficult.     He  therefore, hoped M  mitteo .would  be chary of   n*f.  niitting fiction,.because if ibtyfi\  induce  a Working nuin cr (roeu ;  shows two VMcant ho.irs~ti.ev aro \  rest,  fehooats heartily, butofV hk  cheaper things.  a   whole   meal   of  Aii   Orplian?  fho inJT,       J "i,.ufutunreiy underneal  a .on ���,_��� proteOT ���ns. hy^p:/^yzv;ity,  ^ainrk Twain  ��*  tt Bovrlcr  HSJfn" I*f��rk   TWflln   WM ftG   Cdi't0r  lD  Hartford he was considered a formidable opponent at skittles.   ITisrfnvorlto . -- ��  -  J, Was a howling alley Jn �� cellur I Lakc horaa a hook of fiction to?,  on btate street, not far from the steam- j L,1L,re wa"t? ovurv rto<0�� (o ^i  hoat dock. While the celebrated hu J ��� thc ,Itcrar.v habit mfeii f*l  morlst was under Major Pond's man ! and the readcr might ti^pMo  agemeut he was billed as oup f,t *i ��� ��� '^VdG"t ' of some wore inp��ttr|  roatur-es for an evening's enterta.12?   '^"^  ^ JltCrat^-'   * ^  Son  LTr? ?0n'S ��hrlsu/in association   hall  at  Newark.    There  was   a  ��?J,!"��.aney'immediately underneath  as  B*  b9��  , nutrkablo life," coiuinned Sir.,Bt]  j ,''.y,     "ilr.      Carnegie lus done i  hig  things,   Ihcludhis;'- the makicjfl  the biggest fortune tn'cr made' ^  inan  industry.     Jhit in all his tt>|  h)g ho had never built better ortqj  fier than in that littlo speoch."  About  'Gavin?        rtUOUt  mean?" y       r     '  .''^o, no, Mary; John."  _yiyy [to nu CONTINUED.].  came  re, and you  and cov-  ^    An   rnvitnUoii.  .yAVelcorne, Mr..���Winter-  T-Ti^lT ?nde middle.'    y  ���laters in de ashes white'  ���fc^n music in de fiddle!     ���  ���  r-AUanta Constitution.  PninleNs  Dentist  take that chicken back to its mother.'  ^jjmt dot  any  ,n.,dder.��  answered  mJ mm? profawr' determined to  maintain parental Jiuthorlty.  ; .Ain't, dot any fade,.," 8;ikUll0 c.hlU]  Aintdotanytl.ln'butanoldlamp-"  .SexVcL".-"0 mMh ""^ ��tte ��  Aud he did.  Westmliister'n stnlncJ Ghu-  . The great rose window in ^t!!"'^  i transept of the ahhev, which toP>,  I been dedicated   to Un- memory cl ��jj  iate  Duke    of    Ui',miiimi.-;ii.'I", k^|  thepovorty in the matter of ^  fte}��  glasn of, our  V'ullKliil.  ��i  Pretty   Oold   We��th  er.  ry.  ��22 ^^Usthurt you much?-  ^>ot tins time; his charges yW Jnm  isonnhi���� aifat-s>,vcie very  reasonable.1  Jt   Mnki.N  Tlicn,   Wll,i  1   wonder., .why. Yhov  them    the   'wild   waves?'"  always   call  "   says    the  awful" c���<,> "������".      li was just  nati the h��� ��nG ��f thcm'   "At Oineln-  nati the rlver Wfls froze  tonishinent.  and ti,��y���     ."The day is so  lovely  ana the sun  is so bright   anri  t  so    hnnnvi        tj        "feJ11-'  ana j.   arn  me?"   PW   '      HaVe you  tw��  missed  ���rrl'?aVe you ��''ssed us?" return^  Kate nervouslv. "My donr ,,, u,rn?d  you intend to' ke,*n UD \ uf Mftry' do  the way homo?' UeZmhZ ^x a11  two miles to. walk yet ''^ W�� haVe  ihe distance seemed., short   Marv'��  humour     i..r,^j-A,i   , ^ary s  ffay  ions  she  infected  her compan-  estioned; them   abc  own hghtcned them as to  own,      and found material    f0r  zy^-^Sy^yz  Prove   to     you  Ha���*, yyy 's y? y y?  uko me to say,  dear'J    Toil  ,v. j  I will say it!*" fen me,  and  , "I  tho,',ght" you ���'would''havo     ��,',.������  world seemed brighter:   a,reA��y     lhc  '   "Thank    you,     .'John -"i i-��,  would be pleased.     T "< J qk"e^ /��"  have    told     some    Lo    it  h^t    *  dreadfully hard to say not!h bCen  ish, John  you,Know, when'T ����*,���"''''  aH I- T  this, afternoom T 'h"ughf tha^0^1"  startled    her  ^V- ���JVgaJn his    voice  t>ack   to   th6/ ^laLrdear^"^ ��? I 9il'!  .'. u!-ar,    without   want?  it all the afternoon Td.i-ugaTbOUt  that you could Jht sh' "l��hn'  .vou.know   ^..-r1" hapPy as I. Do  ' Pfettr Hi^h Authority.  ^General Winfield Scott, the hero of  the Mexican war, used a  visions, and speiiPU 4a W'����?   Pt'��"  With a double.'g*?"  Scott never* turned a Li  Plied without a moment'* h  'S he re'  "By what 'anthX, if?}'10^1'  thority of the major general & RU-  ing the armies of th    -    Command-  . thoughtful one.  "I don't -'know,  but 'rtiiini- i i  *   .'"What?"'  "So many fools ha ppon alon^ o ���,i  soon as-thev rp�� ii ,i      ���aione y-indas  'What are ?5L wild,     'lVCS thoy asIr'  Ule U1,d waves saying?"'  "by  'wagon'  Too   1L  "iietuotin.  talSlbTtmen on th�� Ohio river were  certahf ^ C��Ul weatt�� "d Tf a  certain  severe winter.    -<it was just  "At Cincln-  cj^yrx��"k"b" ��y  .ZmA CaIro* ''<"' Wnbborbeaa' Yon  x- >>o, they do not" h/�� ��--.  claimed eagerly. * "You've C0^V ^n  wronc-     ri'�� ������.r"^**- *ot 1C all  Nero    i ^^^^^^^ees below  but  that's  XtXv WLat ft ffiCanS'  ^cadful coW"       hGy ������W.wh'ea  it's  national   >u*. - , ^  I'nritan iconoclasts n*a<k' ^^ ^l  ofthe magnificent ami jn'ici'li'"^!  of the  thirteenth,  fo"'t<v��th ttB^J  toonth   centuries.     J-'niifUR'H" ^1  fouId be found  to    fonn "tlic ^,1  ordinary    patchwork" of the Fj  east  window, when* scarcely ��"v['|  oro   is , distingiii.sluihle.      Ite.P"!  west windoiv  belongs  to llw WJ  i, George II,, who��e anus o,re.  ��    ���  arr'I Jit *-cl1-1  fcs$�� h.  &"-  3��orld  Si _  , W it ii  IC'ciy  <!^      ~  ^11 iM  ,   ��|! rl  b  ;us|��fn. s fa  s-ft-l  centre. From the same l,en .,,  tho-window in the .south 'ra'1"'  Then''there is a windoiv in't|w����X  west tower given by jVr. t'"1.^1  Philadelphia to the memory "'^l  twp religious poet��, c^e^ltJ  and William'..Cowpcr;1'-both "J'd  bftW.?f:  chap'  ny',(  'arWI  ''O.Tfti  ['fM.-  -.-las!  |\vi  Peo  > iu  n tl  is  i  11 lie  im  ��� st'er scholars.      ..True,   ll'c  house    close by is    not' so ^  Its windows,, '''setting'^rt''| '�����������������  inci'dents in the 'abbey st��''*V' ��� -,'  presented by the late Qwcn ft".. f.  m  b^iL^XXA^^  yX"Xy."��yc<y!,r<  ljn skinned you  e<ltoSbowhimUwS'--'yP'-ocoed.  were.  ���..,  ,'��� T,����   Moon.  ,r- if,  *    �� parl�� ��f the moon 570 arc  .^Wo to-ua on u.e earth and 4^arS  man's eyes,  remain I*^Gn absolutely to  American and English  But as the space -a vnilnble J<J -^  nients diminishes the S,JU. , ' n^  window seems an appi'"!'na' {foil-  incmoration. for men of Jll0"'p|l|;e.i)l  nl iniportance than the late ^^  Westiiiinster.���London l^W  icie. y.  >\  are  I  Pe\   ill  th oro  ini'e.  ��*erlnl  [��ve yoi  l^'ould a  ��s hi  K "if t  "'lion  yo  What  better author^*  The   Influence  J^rJj5r d0 wod^clothes  United state* [man a gentlemany���^llJlue* ��ake a  you | -Joe-They  make  hint feel a�� ,f- *  ^aa expected to net like f he  one.  .,     A Mnelcercl.  Mackerel   are  notable  ns  migrants  coZ?*zi'-^yy^  moye'    lng "m 'V-'toe a��  Uioy  Sniike   ChnrwCi-  W'  thority   of  n   dealer In "'^Jpiiml  most  snake  charmers  tire ^  \ wax xvy'ii,-,  Tho statement Is  innde-on^--(tf,i  piimj  re /Tiifs fH  flentla   By the absorption of i^^i  eon t|Iie-7, become Impcrvlotis to ^^fi  son c)f -til but the most deacw  of snakes.  'ffl'll," r  Ni'mld cl  ji'l."  |"1 the 1  P^uid-iu  fovered ai  to  Amc  IBIBIIMItlUHUmiB IOYIE,    B.    C.  Pei%  1  y^m  V>yM  ^.'taT^i  *M.-in  svo'tti|||  ��'-'au;^  >ria was baptized, mar-  jrowned by Archbishop  is remarkable that  iras also baptized, inarmed by one man���-Arch-  Th�� Trouble Not Doe to Origin 81n.  T  here  is  no  tyrant  baby.    I] is  like  a. teething  . temper   isn't  due   to  gmal sin, however- th  more than the rest of  doesn't   know   what   is   the matter  family, ifc*  jThey do.  Richards &  Co.    '.  -My thi-ee children were  low with diphtheria.   On  our priest my wife be-  of'   MJLNARU'S  LINI-  |two    hours    they    were?  red,'   and   in    five*    days  Smplctely, well,     and     L  your valuable JJniment  [res of my children,  hilly yours,  fojLBEItT .LEFEBVltE. -  is, June iOth, 1899.  ori-  e tyrant .suffer.*  the  is __  The trouble is thev do"not"  always _ know    what  to  do *for   hh  io  tSGnP' KAn  ��ntario  mother ."-ri  4  to  tell   what-is  best  to  do  my  baby  was   teething "  he was so   *"  """ "      *" *-  "J    with him.  **-*������   u.    ijunr   nnnnl, + n    .-.��-..1    .. _  little  a  mother  "When  she   ssvs  v    ^    .   CTOSS  and  restless  -.hat 1  hardly knew what to do  He had a poor appetite and ate but  d  was growing thin.      I  box-of  Baby's- Own  Tablets  they made a' great change.      Uo now  well;   has  a  splendid  gives    me   no ^.rouble  is   the'experience  D-   K.' Schroeder  got  and  but also of thousands  appetite,  at  ah."  not   only    of  of    'Hanover.  'inis'w*  u0'?^*'*"  its, a goat was round to  refuse , 126.    A" pig,    on  ind,   would, only eat   72  Jflered to it.  "tan,  iJtlli  : the  tf th*  as ^  'h!�� 1 tyl  disaP>,  now j*?  ''dos-JJ  h ��.  >' diet i^  a.'ne �� &.  I'ftai.  lie eipt^jj  stamp|J  ada's  odd's  the  ) hare J  itly  must  ! th��J  rests  and  This  Mrs.  fOnt.. UuV .UNO c,i tnousands of moth  ! e��� all over the JJomi^on. a babv  j teething ,s cross .because his blood is  j heated and ]lis mt]e bowels con_  ���stfpated   or  unhealthily  relaxed,   and  his   system   heated   by, the   efToH'   of  getting the teeth  through   the gums  Baby's   Own Tablets   act. like  mag?c  not only ,n this,  but  in all  of  little ones,   Hold  sent postpaid at 5>-r  miM&V lieiieves Neuralgia.  in all ailments  'by druggists  or  .  . -o cents a box   by  writing  direct  to  thc    'Div   Wii  SOUTH POLE MYST. RIES  Scot(-u^i<:xi><-<iinoii  nope, to  .ltd  t., in��  ,    Worm's  Kiitm-ledge���The, Soti.-i  !����� Sj.lt-iKliiliy i-^itiipp.-d.     .  The world's knowledge of the Antarctic Ocean, men of science believe,  will be greatly enri*. lied by Lhe explorations of the Scottt^a.' national  Antarctic expedition, whit-lb recently  set sail from the port of Tioon under  the leadership of- "Air. William S.  Bruce. The party consists of thirty-  two hardy Scots, and their ship, the  Scotia, is a stanch whaler fitted with  an auxiliary .screw capable of seven  knots an hour.  The Scotia is splendidly , equipped  and has several ��� novel features, including an apparatus for taking,  birdseye views from kits, moving picture machines for obtaining, recoYds  of the movements of south" sea organisms und 6,000 fathoms of cable,  with the object' of sounding the'ocean.  where Sir James Ross failed to find  bottom with 4,000  fathoms.  Mr. Bruce, the head of the expedition, has . already    had  no   little ex-  A TRYING* TIME  is  THE   PERIOD    WHEN    YOUNQ  GIRLS ARE   MERGING INTO  WOMANHOOD.  ichester, rand not London  ied  to  be'1 the capital  of  so it remained for two  "'Medicine   Co.,  Schenectady,  , Brockville,  N.Y.  Out.  mms  ,    or  Toledo.  ���S>S.  iLy I  HI. f  ,01 f  )ity ��if  '-nii.ty.  Biiey makes oath that he. is  of     thc  yiirm     ol  V.  J.  doing  business In the City  untv   and   ytate  aforesaid  ;tirm   will   uay   the  suui  3D  DOLLARS for each and  Be   ot   Catarrh, that   cannot  the   use    of  Mall's*   Catarrh  "       FKANK  J.   CllI&NKY.  |lore me  and  subscribed  in  ids   Gth   day   of   December,  ;  A.   W.  GlJEASON.  'o3ir"'wf-S' i Notary Public.  itfl.VU^tSrrh Cure is taken internally.  ^iSM$rmcUy,-> on   the* blood  and  nili-  "ftjKflfof the system. Send,for U-&J-  raMjENjSY & CO..  Toledo.  ' druggists.   7f>c.  ilv Fills  are the  best.  j lhe solar system is travelling 'towards the constellation Hercules at  fully 20,000 miles an hour. ��� It will  take a million years to got there.  When   washing greasy   .dishes  ���and  puns, Lever's Drv' Soap   (a  will   remove the preuse with  the  onfee.  or pots  powder)'  areatest  .��:*&��� v?'._,  By}>u^t,o;  prusent-c  9,uasB."  The  price  patid   to   quiet  conscience  kefips mighty, few ]jebple poor.,  In .order to reach success-ydu'iiiu^t  luuss .through a door, labeled  "Push." '        -  O.  cha of the South American  exactly the* same trick of  * jjects that we know" so  magpie.    The vizcacha is  e animal.  'i j allow a.coutfh to lacerate,,  ��� >r lun^s and run  Uie risk of  gti umptive's   grave,   when,    by  ���! of  Bickle's  Anti-Consump-  ... ,j�� io  pain  can he  allayed  and  IdaageiSa aided.   This syrup is please  Et0.4'Mfiti'ste,  and-unsurpassed for re-  ^S^liiiK   and  curing  all  alTeclions  )dl  and   lungs,   couphs,    colds;  fete,  eta.'. ,       "  Wy'Jdft  largi  l,000�� iii  tern division of the South  Salfields will ' probably be  exhausted in' 42 .years.  jhshirc and Flintshire fields  !*J  centuries. <','",.  tForest, in  Ilainpshirc,'   is  'English forest, containing  ?s.      Thc    Forest of De'Sn  acres,   and  Windsor For-  way'iTo cure indigestion'is  its  cause.      This  is best  ne prompt use of Dr,  Aug-  's Hamburg Drops, whic'n  the stomach   in  air1 effectmrJ  |>nl, exposed to the weather.  )ulk 8 (per cent, per annum;  losi*s fully 12 per cent.  CURE   HEADACHE.��� Sn*nt>  Ier untold  misery day aftordkiv,  jache.   There is rest neither cftay  i until    the     nerves   are   -ill   fcii-  Phe   cause   Is   general lv   n     ciBs-  lomach,   and   a  cure  can   be   vt-  .usinpr    Parmelee's   . Vegetable  |tninini:     Mandrake   and   Dawle-  Finlay Wark,   Lysander.   P. Q.,  i'i  find   Parmelee's  Pills  a  ftrst-  cle for bilious  headacho." .  r-1  A Conimon  Bred Cow  When toned up by  Dick's Blood Purifier   will   give   aa  much anda9 rich  milkasahighly  bred aristocratic  Jersey cowgives'  upon or.  dinary  feed, and  a Jersey  cow when  given.  ���    DICK'S,  BLOOD PURIFIER  will wonderfully increase her yield  of milk.., It eaves feed too, because  a amailer amount of well digested  food satisfies the demands of the  ���jT-tem aad every particle of noux-  Uahment sticks.  60 cents a package.'  L*��taiaffr Miles & Co., A$eats,  MONTREAL.  mAm&tiuMkmm****m*H��m.��m*mm.miMM iw*��i��h ��� ���������������  20 MILLION BOTTLES  SOLD EVERY YEAR.  WII.UAM,  perienco in    ai-ctic  ivrarfeod by TJale Faces, Heart Palpitation  * JaOrs of Appetim and General Lassitude  ���Hott to Overcome This Condition.  ^Ifter babyhood;* the most perilous  time in a young girl's life is when,  she is just "entering womanhood. It  is then that she is subject to headaches, dizziness, heart palpitation,  feeble appetite, and bloodless cheeks  and lips. This condition may easily  develop into consumption, and to  prevent this���to keep the young girl  in good health and strength, mothers  should insist upon their taking a  blood making tonic, such * as Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. , Mrs. Henry  Al ctn tyre, Port' Dalhousie,1 Out.,  gives sound advice to other mothers  in cases of this kind.* - She says :���  . /'About three years ago-the health of  my daughter, Bertha, began to. fail.  She grew weak and seemed unable to  .stand the least exertion.' She suffered from distressing headaches and  fainting fits; her, 'app&tite left her  and she lost flesh. I spent much  money on medicines,* but they did not  help^her. Then'! took her to a doctor, and although his treatment was  persisted     in ��� for a long  time, *>, she  ; seemed  to , be growing worse,   and    I  - began  to  fear , she    was  going    into  . ,'consumption.    Then  J  took her   to   a  'specialist,  -but'  his    treatment    was  i likewise unsuccessful. Finally upon  the advice of a lady friend, a doctor  practising, in- Ohicgtfo,   Bertha  b'egan  I using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and'  before long there %yas a decided    im-  iprovement in "her condition',   and    by  ���.|the time she had  taken   ^nine    boxes  she was once more enjoying the best  of   health  as  a  hopeless  as  and    had    gained ��� fifteen  s. jus ecu.      - j pounds, in weight.   I would   strongly  ancl antarctic ex- advise all ��� similar sufferers to give  plonng. He sailed as naturalist, with Dr. Williams' Pink, Pills a fair trial,  au antarctic expedition which went as her case seemed  from Dundee in 181j2. ��� Ho,also ac- 'could be."  companied the Jackson-Harmsworth J All weak and ailing girls and wo-  polar. expedition and the Prince of .'men, sufferers from backache,* Jiead-  f?rTC^h ^edltjon to Spitsbergen,, aches, indisposition to work or exer-  Altogether four_,voyages have been |cise, *ho show by .their pale and sallow cheeks that they are in ill health  will find prompt relief, - bright eyes,  rosy cheeks and active health in a  'fair-use of Dr.* Williams' Pink Pills.  You can obtain 'these pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail,' postpaid,  at 50c. a box'or six boxes for ��2.50  ���by writing'direct to.the .Dr. Williams  j Medicine Co.; Brockville, Ont. Never  anything else which a .dealer  is "just as good."  .made to the arctic regions by him  since 1896. *.Mr. Bruce is director of  Uie laboratory of marine zoology at  the Surgeons'  Hall of Edinburgh,  At the outset the Scotia will steer  straight for the Falkland islands.'  From Part Stanley she will sail a  thousand miles east and then turn  her bow to the south. Tbe only man  who previously visited 'this part ..of  the south polar regions was" Uai-tain j acceIJt  James Weddell, another Scotchman. I may say  who iu 1S23 sailed in those forbidding waters.   ,  Much is expected from this expedition, and if it" fails it will not be because,of skilled leadership-or want of  outfit.  USE  \PEmmUS .SHEATHING,  THE BEST BU5LD8NG PAPER MADE.  It is very much stronpor nnd thicker thau anv other (tarred or balWlintr)  paper. It is impervious to wind, keeps out colrt, keeps in heat, carrlea no smell  or odor, absorbs no moisture, imparls no taste or davor to anytliine \rith  which It comes In contact. It is largely used not only for sho��*��inK hoanes, hut  .ioi?���? ^ storage Imldlngj, refrigerators, dairies,, creameries, and all  places where the object Is to keep an even, nnd uniform temperature, and at  the same time avoiding dampness. , ,  Write our Agents, TEES.^I-EKSSE, "lyinnipeg, for samples.  THE  E.  B. EDDY CO., Limited, HUUU  kkMSn  <rteMm&BSSsasa>��mE2&  ion.  imli is stronger than all the  Igeiys^pgcthci*..  "���iceon-H    do    more   harm     to  gi'ops than .anv other birds.  ��ro .a number of varieties of  Jo'lpway's Corn Cure will reinovo  Bern.,'Call cm jpiour druggist and  ttlo-at<"onc��\    '.   ���  marriages, are failures be-  ic woman in the caso is sus-  pnnd.som'e are failures because  i ?!  K4'|    ���  keepers  roods on  always  hand.  have  plenty  cited  man  admires    his own  v/3f" ��� hecause he makes them.  -^orld seems nil the brighter to  &jjpv<.'i-.s .when-they turn down tlui  *^v _______  piJJi.ing' coiriq is  uncerta,-���,  "��� limn  to  turn     his  happiness Is the absence of pain, and millions hive been mada happy through belne  ,cuKd by St Jacohs OiL'of RHEUMATISM,"  [NEURALGIA, ��� TOOTHACHE. HEAD-  .ACHE. LAMENESS, SCALDS. BURNS,  .'SFIRAINS, BRUISES and al! pains for which  .an ostemal remedy can bo applied. It never  ���/aJh��*:o cure. Thousands who havo besnde-  tlarc-d incurable st baths and in hospitals have  tfhreivn away their crutches, beine cured after  mslns St. Jt cobs Oil. Directions in eleven  Caj)f��u��ees sccompany every bottie.  bi*ftj >>f n ***-.-^.^*..-*.^"^��*>^  Our 'Northern Furs.r  Miss'Agness'taut, author of "Lords  qf  the North," contributes  an excellent  article  on  the     Hudson's     Jiay  Company  in  Frank  Leslie's   Popular  Monthly 'fpr Npvember, in the course  of   which  she  says:���"When   an  Indian  arrives to   trade at a' Iludson^s Day  post,' furs in the pack must be sorted, silver fox worth five hundred dollars separated  from cross    fox    and  blue  and   white worth  from ten  dollars down,  according to quality, and  from'    common red  fox,   worth   less.  Twenty years ago it was no unusual  thing for the Hudson's Bay Company  to     send    to  England  yearly- 10,000  cross  fox* skins,  7,000  blue,   100,000  red,   half  a dozen  silver.     Few   wolf  skins  are in the trapper's pack,    unless   particularly   fine   specimens      of'  brown ���     arctic    and     white     arctic,  bought  as  a curiosity,   and  not   for  value     as  skins.     Against  the    wolf  the trapper wages war as against   a  pest  that destroys  other.game,    and  not  for  its skin.     NTe\t  to  mnskrat,-  the most plentiful fur will be that of  (he rabbit or  varying here.'   Buffalo .  was  once_    the staple of  the hunter.  What tho buffalo was,  the while rabbit  i.s     to-dny.     From it. the  Indian  gets clothing, tepee covers, blankets,  thongs,   food.     From  it,   the     white  man     who is a manufacturer  of furs  gets grey fox and chinchilla, nnd seal  in   imitation.     Except   one year      in  seven,   when     a rabbit  plague  spares  thc land  by cutting down  their prolific   numbers,   thc   varving, haro      is ..  plentiful  crtough  to   sustain   the    Indian. v  ,)i .  The smallest flowering plant is , a  kind of duck,weed,, known as Wolriia  lnicroscopica. Each plant has two  flowers. ,,. '  ' Knarl's Iinimt Cures -Distemper.  I' The battle of tours, in 732 A.D., isC  said to  have  been thc most murderous   on -record.    Three  hundred     and  fifty thousand'men'in all were killed.  v?7u afaniJn/ <w pik/ 44U*  Ty  SB&BSBsmmEBBa  rill  >VKi5i(i  S-:��]jief!  i:Usba-hd.s  but it  money  hai-iielor  hecau.so  for it.  says pint-money is  wives    stick   their  ."���.^ujiSi  'iff i'i  Pwipie seem to think you  o pay rent for the pljyfie you  ,n theiry daily thoughts.J  W&ri  )S  'lothing, dogmatic     about  I'hotographers.   They ore alto exchange views.  ling  ire  ]  '  iii  io ro  [1<o sandwiches. .There's  some of them and the  is  in     others    the.worse  Naval Fi-eak Ship Polyphcnins.  The famous torpedo ram Polyphemus of the 'British navy, which has  been sold to a ship wrecker and is to  be broken up, \\y\s built as an experiment in 3S78, and has been the  occ.ision  llll-Vl  flonkey with *  a Cough.  Just a little tickling-'cougfh  may not suggest any trouble  but it is often the fore-runner  of very serious liing" disease.  Gray's Syrup of Red Spruce Gum  soothes   and   heals the irritated   membrane    and   the  * cough passes away.   Gray's  Syrup of Red Spruce Gum  is a  carefully compounded,  preparation and is a specific  r e'm e dy fo r al 1 th r o at'an d 1 u n g  affections.   25 cents a bottle.  One  bottle   will   demonstrate its virtue.  o  .9,  STOCK    FOOD.  A Veterinary Conditioner.  o ���     ���    -  Dr. Torrance's testimonial :���  m ���  ~       .      _       Winnipeg, March 4fch, 1902.  W. G. Douglas, T2.=q.  Dear Sir���This is to certify thnt I have examined rhe ingredient* u cd in making Douglas'  "1 arnefac * and find thom to,cou-lsfc solely of  puro medivines and highly nutritious and'eon-  ceiitrated foods, an in my oDinion the use of  this preparation should be o -t rely free from  d.-inger and h jjhh* beneficial to horso.-i and cattle���lours truly,    F.   TOKKAN0J2, D.   V.   S.  You can obtain it from .your dealer.'  sf^PEHSAL- e��A*��&.E sT.eys  Tho qunlity Btandnrd from   Ooe��ua  ',   Ooeun.   Your money back I* not   i  Ufaotory, ...  RO��K & tAFUMME, Ajrte..  MONTP.B?  SAYS MR, 1UCIHA CIGAR:-  ' "What a terrible case of cijjar wurdort  How pleasant tt: is 'to ; look like , Jtto and  also'have tliat nice sweet flavor and lovely aroma."  -    MAmTFACTtTRED   BY  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  a Whole  Chapter.  r��iW nI  v*>*'  ������ .vou���aw���ever thought what  P'ould Go,"  asked the literary for-'  .1 ".'?. bIs Cttl)le train  entered the  F01' "if this structure should cave  f lion  Well?"  you  structure  were  about  half  Bfri.  ftiMi,"  '"mid  replied   the   Chicago   man.  demand the return  of my  the  e       ���  Utei-nry  foreigner  ""ihur, In. his notebook,  'thi  Americans.*  made a  He had  S*?uPed "other Interesting peculiar-!  I-'a  La    Aiiip,.:^.,   'n -.-��� ,  A Christmas Gift of  utmost satisfaction to  both giver and recipient  ��� '  isi   An En<r&v��d VUltintf  C��rd Plate of lho  Ftno��< "Script"  100 Choicest Visiiini  Cards printed from  thc pUte,  A Fine Seal Le&Jhor  Viailinji C��rd C��so.  We send these complete to any address,  prepaymg delivery  charges,; for $3.00.  Write for oar now catalogue.  It will ��equ��iij*; you with hui*-.  dred�� of new idei��. ffe owil il  on raquest.  ~    "   Br6s*��*  Jewelers,  Yon��o and AdoUid* Stt.,  Toronto.  Lake jM'anasauovara'-, in Thibet,  the'loftiest  in   the  world,   being  tween   19,000     feet  and     20,000  above sea level.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  When money*  scarce, but it  witli men.  is tight it makes itself  is   somewhat   different  T.  H.   METCALFE &  GO.  Grain and Commission Kerohentj.  Highest prices paid for wheat, oat*, barley or flax in carlots. Wir�� or vrrlte ms  for prices before scllinp. Liberal ad-ran.  c��e made on consignments and handled  on commission,    Licensed and Bonded.  P. O. Box SCO. .Winnipeg-,  Ulan.  -?flr-JJo,ti? * Malaria.  100 Two Grain Quinine  , Pil s Sent Post-jiaid for  aji .   ...    Only One Dime.  Address A. W. Ward,Box M.Avon, N.Y.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  3 A E^ I HT & 8R g KJ  xnidit . scenery    unrivalled . fog  T"E ANGLE LAMP  HILTON, GIBSON & CO.,  A famine of silver dimes annoys tlie  average  man  more  than the scarcity  of ��3,000  bills.  THK POLYPHEMUS.*'    y  very high speed, a powerful ram and  five submerged; torpedo tubes. She  sets'very low in the ���water]') leaving'a  small target, and in thu d'nys of her  construction was considered an invincible .fighter. Of late years her  class, along with the Monadnock.and  ���Vesuvius of the United States types,  has not met with approval as naval  adjuncts.  Do not delay in getting relief for tlio  little folks. .-.["other Graves' Wor-u Kx-  t.erniinator. is a. pleasant and sure cure.  Tf .-you love your child whv do you let it  suffer when a remedy is so"near at  hand?  'The  female  bookkeeper  to the title of countess.'  is    entitled  Situated    grand our.   The most complete  health  sort oil the continent of North America.  Xt�� baths oure all Mferrom ana Jtltueo.  lar disomies. Its'.'water* heal all Kidney,  X.lv��r and Stomach ailoienta.,  Thoy aro a neyor-failin^ rcmodj tor  3bf��un��atio troubles.      , ,     ,  TEKMs���  to rosideDCS  all  * $15 to $13 per week,  aeciardintf  in Hole' or Villa*.  P. 0. Box 89*  ^Vluntpeff.  Sonel for Illu��.  tratod  Price  List.. A".  The largest gourd ever  hibitod in Paris in ISS'l.  2S0 pounds.      ,  seen was ex-  It weighed  The man who. .'can  the dark can hoe his  itics. I.   '"  catch   a  flea  in  own row in pol-  y \:"  The proprietors of Parmelee's Pi]ls are  constantly, receiving letters "simHar to  the-fol.lowing.   which   explains  itself'���  Mr  I .John A. Beam. Waterloo. Out., writes ���  "1 nevei* used any medicine that can  equal   Vnnnelee's   Pills  for  Dv.spepsia  (Liver antl. Kidney   Complaints.     Tin;.  ��� lief experienced    after     usiiie* *. theni 1  Many watches tick five tim��*s to the  second. This means ������'���iriT.7drf.00i'>  ticks in the course of a year.  Minard's Liniment Cures.-.. Diphtneria.  doesn't ..take  much  to draw: a. bead' on  or' a  beer.  niarks-  aa  T5xplaine<l It.  "Say, Billy���what's meant by a  'posthumous child?'"'.' "Why��� it  means a kid as is born arter its parents is dead. ��� Ally Sloper's Half-  Holiday.  " Pure soap I"   You've heard  the words.    In .Sunlight  Soap  or  re-  ,-,,,.       . wsin.fi:'. theni 'wus  wonderfu , '    V As   a   safe  family medicine  Paniielee's   Vegetable  Pills   can'bo  m  all   cases   recmirhie: a  cathartic.  5m K>Bina  ��� OIMTUIWT.)  Endorsad by best Engilah fnadle��ljoor*i��l����  Supplied to British soldlersln South Africa.  For all Throat and Ol-and Trouble*, Lumps,  S&xoessao, Old Sores, Ulcers, Felona, Skis  Diseases. Eorema. Pimples, Stiff Joint*.  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Brulsva,  Hies, Cuts, Soro F��ot, Pleurisy.  *old by Druffgista,  SSo.    Try U ��ne��.  eiven  Tho magnolia has a more powerful  perfume tnan any otner flower.  Tn    Germany  school   up  tb   14  13 years.  boys  years,  must  and  attend  girls   to  The'  earth  about  utmost distance from cloud to  crossed;.'bj'. a "lightning flash is  four miles.  ���  .     .  MONEY  SAVF.D  and   pain   relieved  the.     leading     household      remedv  1 honms'   Eclectrie   Oil���a 'small    '  of which usually sufliees to cure  heal a sore.  cut. bruise, or  lurabaco,   rheumatisni  by  l>r.  (Hianlitv  a cdinrh.  sorain,  relieve  neurateia,   excori-  AigSTfar the Octacon Bar.  ated   nipples,   or inflamed  breast,.  "When a man ���compliments.'a woman  she isn't satisfied until she can induce him to repeat it.at least seven  times.  The  in.i les  for about 2.S00.  Amazon is navigable for 2;200  from   the sea;   the '.Mississippi;  THE  DRUNKENNESS A  DISEASE  nnd can bo enred nt  .EELEY  INSTITUTE  133 Osborne St., Wiunipeff.    Established 1880.  Over 300,000 cures.   Don't  bo deceived   If you  want a cure    Take   Tlie.Keoley   wkoro   you  are treated by  a  qualified  physician,   Correa-  pondonco strictly private.  ^A*%    INS.    O.    No.    ^J-OO -J
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SATURDAY, ^EO. 57. 190.°.
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Stesl e Safe inwaslinent at i5 Cents,
THfi P0?'ATIp>TS OF IVKAi'.",'!!.
Ab JEngdne V.  D'ebc.'  |iut6  it,  there
nro no beneficiaries of tho present fi^s-
and tow^re-iirJ,etU'r petition' to know iovnr  lbe   i".i::ifr;-.      Kor.-.onibc4-  f.]^, j s====SS^sss!SSs:^2^ss^^=^S£ \   ft"
iboJuclatnan these e*inei£icu.   ''       I t*'al £»_-. ArcoU's L'hflish TorJu  3*;ilRj QftnycrQ JT, T'^^Pir^nn        Lt^ ,-,.    -   ,,,n/inft   ,   , . ,
am^.w,»B^.WM, ...ro'fl veil iaoivn" remedy  for all du-' "    £'  --l^-J-, »L^ > hl) first 2l»0,000 of these sh.ircj havo ul-eiHy bocn subscribed, and shares are tier selling *t 13 c- J ,
!   £j OIJ Cil!Is of -^ «nla per niunth, Rewording to liie t«ra« of tbo pcoapoctus, jin«rtbo4th 100,000 arc toUe t?'j^1
^ at 20 cer.r*s tho f>th at 25 conts on tho oaqic term a. ' • " ^ "' a;
eaecs «jf the kidnsy and bladder,
Bright's disease, diahetcs^ lh^uciatiain,
uervona   troubJoe,   and  female   com
BAnmsrKK, SoLrniion, No
tury TfBuc, &,c.°   '
Syic-ilor Xr tbo'Jjflporia!
■j tein.    Jay  Gould   killed 'LiraMclf   by I plaints, and aio fo/ s.i!o   by   :dl  a.-r '      ' ' 7i?.nk of Cai-rute.
trying to work out a steel: jobbing
scheme ou the Southern P-.-.oiiu'. A.s
a penalty for fhe proiP.iuence" which
iii.-- money brought him, Collie P. Jfuu-
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= i'i'  aei"i0 ^e.ile*n in r.."L?i ! pj. i ;,-p'pnoi,
nn or ju a:.' -,jk io oi tiia  world.    \~ou I JjJJjJj'J'^
iiava only to fiuvv then* to sell   thoci. I -^
Vou'.'1 re not;>}"(.-!in£.',iLo pcopls rfCJari- i
tliin.c; tiie^ do^'r. kivr-y.   Oi;r watolita !
Bru'xrsir Columuza.
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2,600,090 Shares.        .        '•        Fa? Value' $1 Each,
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ivbich h?.i  becoDie  too   au'.rieldy tor
}i\:v to vvatob, unci Cecil f-Vocleb fuuad
:'.u cj.rly=gru'jo uS a rosulfc ui  a ii:X\u
ehcq turli aa  uc huij* ,cr geutlemati
need bo z:shamed to carry, a.-jct they
wiU ho sect ajcobitely Free to all v.'bo
deb! .'ill;- t'*?.-;r'.j ! 01-33 of lho-:o Wui3-
ucij'ui   To.r.'ji   jiIIg.    Xlilie   j.t  once
oa  -in   ucrroui   oystora.    Nov: ir i, , aud be  tha'/rac =in your  locality .«
,Moigun who has troublod.    c'pic* L.l-|o.'ira o:>o of'those  beautiful  y/stchj*
low IiJIb everywhere, to guard   bis liffa|::n^ '-^^i"*    -'~s   soon   as  wo jec-iiv"
or   observe   his   movements.     Every  ,y°ur Ic;ter 91, p,0ejt1ful^ '"e wi«  scnd
' .   .   ,        -    ,      , . ,   ,   .vou post paid   twslvo  Doxes   together
hiovt}, that  he     makes ' is    reported
through secret service  agentc.    lie ia
shadowed  at every turn.    This continued  system   of' cspoinage   has so
haunted Morgan'that he  threatens to
break down.   He pecs in every  mrn a
shadow and rt-cogoi-iea iu evoey  curious gaser a spy.   If  the  thing  keep?
up, as it  undoubtedly will; L-Iorsan'-i
nerves must break  up dor the  strain,
and ho will soon  find himself in   the
cemetery or rated iu  thc  long  list of
has beens.   TLiuu does wealth have its
equation;*. :\s well as poverty.
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my rent.
Jlardfippe—Thc question of rei.i
liecpa r.:c .'.iO'.iiig, !:c
with  pur iilufilrated   Cabalogue    aud
beautifully   colored   card  with    vi m
    of -
,   Tho boot cf r.ccofbrnodatic:i£
_, for ihc :raveling^pubfic.
, P. J. Bfellahoii, Mgr.
*    Three-quarters of lhe  Capital Stock in the trea6iiry,».f 10,000 in cash'aud all" demands paid to it
£1  :
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For furtlior inlormation apply to tho
uw.aw.uijj,        WIU1CU       ^tilll       tVlWl VI   UJ   I i ■   ■■ ■ TT 'T
name and address  on  as our aurbor-  FOE   PIKE   TAILORING   GO   TO
used agent.    Bear  in  injud   that you
y«!    kit'   S    UP   B   L
''iU!i:.;u;;.^u.'.j : - >...-.  ..-.- ---;.
They a p. ver cr.. .: ,0 .e:o„o .;j, > ,"'.t
But to ii, .j.j s.h" (!*-..;o  j;;-hl   „;.,
will not be asked to cell any more
than the 12 bores and we, noir'T v,"a>*t
anv monev until sftef you have0 sold
thorn. We bear all vho mi^jnue aud
arc only rnairiag this hbcrafoffer as a
method ol adveitisic^ Dr. Arno'd't-
iin^lif,'! To;;:ci Pills, '-Don'i,' delay,
-vrito 5jL onud t.u'j eam a beautiful
present for yourcelf foz Christmas.
Address ABNOtD ""JKDrci^~~B fiO.,
r.o?t.I2i.   COAde'fiide St. East, Toronto, Ont.
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Official Brokers of the Ashnola Smelter Limitedc
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PONTOxV & MURRAY, Toronto, Ont 1L J}' CAMEROX, Winnipeg Man.
A. WMOOKE & CO", Victoria,  B.  C. " ?' J' S'^KL,NELSOy, B. C.    .
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W. N; McG A S2fON, Morrisburgh, Out t Moyie, B. 0."
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Trousers, Mmporlod    Goods,
Funeral Director 4
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Graduate of;Oharnpion*'Collegc ol  tbe
United States.   Upholstering aud gen- !
eral f jrniture   repairing..   Office and I
rtcre, Aiken's   block,  near Canadian I
jIJankfof Commercei   Telegi'aphj and
] mail orders promptly attended en.
iMul/111 Oil   11  hfil^jui
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,B. O. • Qv-&&fty not excelled in the country.   Try it &
be convincsd.
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ihc phllaniJ-r-p^t -.o ihc fra'; o.
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tin can.    "Famo ain't not'_i   br.fc^iu:
empty bubble, 1:.' Hi on ..  :iX.
to n-o «oap '6 bl-jw tbo bubble.
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