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 fi'.i 0*'  m  "Hi-JJJ."  '-I  ���It  fe��S*��/  ggL.^NO.42.  **v  MOYIE, B. C.,' FEBRUARY 3,1900.  $2 A ��� YEAR  89.  BACK ACROSS THE RIM  For LADIES, GENTLEMEN  and CHILDREN.  Largest assortment and smallest  price  in  all kinds of footwear. Rubber goods being  cleared out at cost. A largo and well assorted stock of underwear and Top shrirts  at a price unequaled in any western town.  '"rlV V  ty.vii'ts'z  >'"v7it��.tfW ii'Tr-1  1 "! tli^ - - -��� ���' -���   ^  4  ^m^DOmOT. FAIL TO SEE OUR SUITS AT  ftv-it^^v   ���,,.     ' , '     '   ' .      ,'     '  Groceries.  REIB; CAMPBELL & 00*  j-l^-fS?*^!*," *^��t' *'��*.* "'**.��� ,^fc" "^*��.' >^-'-  >>s/X>k.- *"��*.' "^k.-xa.' "��*��.��� **!��.���  BullerLeft 1,500 Dead  Behind.  LOCAL   NEWS.  HE   ABANDONED    SPIOH   KOP  JJritU Siilos Tell oC Charges up the "Sloun-  tuin Kldoand of Torrililo Slaughter    ,  and Achievement,  "       ��'41  it*'.  fit  plSiROOK BRANCH.*  >- j^-jAi^'i'^, . .  ��� -   ....   -  CANADIAN'  BANK   OF- COMMERCE.  Capital, $6,000,000,  ���O '  f 1  t- * H/SMYTHE, MGR;  Paid  'SK51S!  ^Twriat-aaacwCTwni  tf  m&  ' fMfi^ie^ -  HL'GHES  t3tf&t& FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING CO.  1-B.edropm  MOYIE and  CRANBROOK, B. C.       ���  Matresses ,   Arm chairs,''well "upholstered. : .  LofrV.'gCr-" upholstered in best jute  G.50  Se'tef. ...... :���.;'.".... $12.50  ^'Adtel"rcbn)b. bedroom sets 11.50  Ty'Corn'h.wi.sprin^s  and    mattresses  ' ��� guaranteed..-,,.. ...-   '���-., -tr*v "f v.\\'  ; ,"^..t|k^v|'4,iiese are only a few of bur prices.    Everything in thc   furniture  mJ^\$&%\\\\e just as low in price.    We are manufacturers of  all   kinds   of  ^Kr';^.Upholstered goods and mattresses. Wc fell retail at wholesale  .'r-'ll^tHprices. We make carpels and lay them FKEK OF CHARGE.  ^A'w'jVfe'irj'Bstimates given* on finishing hotels throughout. We make great  ^fvNVf^^reductions in half cloven lots.1  2.75  5.75'  5.75  U  f UndottakorR ami Enibalmera  A.-.-m-MSiVr.,'  r i , J *!�� l\-T   ^ 1 ...       ir"-*  MAGGS & HUGHES,  .'���'"���'SK.i'^W^'- -'  ���  '- rlV*-K,&,5is,<:,r"  ,.|a.,,,..  I'^'ifc^^H^dqw^rters for Gommenciah'a  iv4&i&^. i ^ ^ j. a ^. ^ ^ .^ ^ -���. w ���  nd IVIining Men.  ��� MOYIE,  E. C."  w'-��V>Sh.,",l*��,'^a.*',<>k* >��.'***w  if-KXTir,  rropriotor.  ��� J-yl'-.-  This h'o'tel is now open to tho public, nnd is well }ffurnish ed riiro'ti'gh out. None but the best brands of wines.'  liquors and cigars kept iu stock.        ,        .        ,        ,'  London, JanJ 28.���General Bullcr  says: General Wrrren's troops have  retreated south of tho Tugela' river.  The Boers say, the Briiish lost 1,500  killed Wednesday. It is believed here  this includes the- wounded. The  Boers also claim that 150 Of thc English troops surrendered at'Spiou Kop.  , General Buller's dispatch to the  war office states that Spion Kop was  abandoned' on account of lack of  water, inability to bring artillery there  and the heavy Boer fire. Buller gives'  no list of casualties. His whole force  withdrew south of< the Tugela river  with the e.vident intention of reaching  Ladysmith by another, route.    -  .New York, Jan. 30.���A London dispatch to the Evening World says:   -  liuller's danger is now forcing itself  'upon tho military expercs.' 'The committee of'national defense is gravely  considering it.' Lord Roberts, it is reported, cabled the committee that Unless Buller and his forces arrive safely  from their ' present position to the  south of the Little Tugela river they  will bo in imminent danger of having  their communications cut. Lord Bob-  erts has pointed out - that,'Buller has  with him an immense transport train,  carrying his Km munition 'and  supplies. This.>iwiei'f<-re��l with the  mobility of the army.       ,  Buller's main force is now ab'ouc- 22  miles from it's base at Frore and  Ghieveley. U is between the big  Tugela river, over which it has to retreat in order to bugiii murching to its  base.  It will take days for Buller's-. army  to get back to its base,  Meantime the Boers are in force at  at Colens-o, only a few miles away from  that base. Last Tuesday thoy crossed  the river there and made a reconnaissance of the British camp, apparently  with the view oi ascertaining the  strength of the force which Buller left  behind to guard his base and comnini-  calious.  The party that crossed came ih contact with Buller's rearguard and killed  several of the British.    ���  That reconnaissance showed a' purpose on thc part oi the Boers to cut off  Buller. Should thoy hurl an overwhelming force over the Tugela and  crush thc British at Ghievely, they  would have Buller in a trap.  E. Ehvell of Fort Steele was" in  Moyie this week and was the guest of  Col. Henderson.' '        ,,  ,   J. J. Murphy was in Cranbrook  the  first of the week.  A. P. Bremner was in Cranbrook  Thursday.  G. H. Miner was out from Cranbrook Wednesday.  "W: A- Hamilton and Tim Farrell  were in Cranbrook Monday.  S. A. Scott was in Cranbrook and  Fort Steele this week, as a delegate  from the Miners Union to solicit signatures for a petition to the gpverment  asking for the maintenance of the  existing eight hour law. Only five  persons refused to sign the petition.  ' James Walkins was in Fort Steele  this week,  , The Ancient Order ol Sweepers were  out on dress porade last night and  there was a "hot time'.in the old town".  ' c  ,There will be a regular  meeting,-', of  the Moyie boaed of trade next Tuesday  evening, Feb. 6th:       '       ' *:   ���   /  **      " '  Chinese New Year was ushered in  last Monday evening and the mongolian fraternity of Moyie swung in line  with their  usual noise with fire crack-  '  ers. ���'_���=. , a  Wm. Burns, superintendent of tha  provincial schools was in Moyie Moh-  daj-. He visited thc school and expressed himself a3 much pleased with  the'enterprise which the citizens of  Moyio displayed in erecting a school,  building for themselves.  ' ' o  ��� The mail blockade , at Xortliport  has b'tcu broken,aud for the past three  or lour days Spokane-mail h5s been  reaching Moyio' ori time., However,  all mail matter is still fumigated before  entei"ii*g British territory.  Stay, Away.  Notices are out from the Slocan  Miners Union recmesting miners to  stay away from the Slocan _ until the  labor troubles are settled.  Building Notes.  A. P. Bremner's . large boarding  house in the Lake Shore addition will  soon be ready to open for business. ,  Philip Conrad's new block or. south  Victoria street is now being clothed  and papered and receiving its finishing touches 'generally.  OToanclIio,? I>ay.  Yesterday was groundhog day, It  is said that upon this day if' the  grouudhog emerges from "his lair and  sees his shadow he forthwith  returns  . 1 l'  and remains for another 60  days. On the contrary, if he does not  see his shadow he takes it for granted  that the winter is over and remains on  the outside. Yesterday the sun did  not shine, and if "his nibs" wandeied  out' not a trace of a shadow -could he  have seen. But the result is yet to be  seen. . i  ��� Reid; Campbell, & Co's stock, of  spring-and summer clothing arrived  here this week.       ' '  <  Father Ouellette of the St. Eugene  Mission will celebrate , mass at the  Catholic church tomorrow morning.  1 i ' l  The Leader is somewhat , late iu  making its apperance this week owing  to the publisher being out of town for  a time.    *  Metal Quotations.  New York, Jan. '31.���Bar silver  GQA "cents. Lead, ' $4.70 @ $475..  The firm that -fixes the, selling  prices ��� for miners"' and , smelters  quotes lead at $4.45 at���the close.  Mr. Clute's .Report,  A recent Ottawa dispatch  says.:4  JJ.  C. Clute, Q. C, of Toronto,  the  commissioner appointed by  the Government to enquire into the workings of  the British Columbia eight hour law,'  had an interview with the First Minister, during which he gave  an informal account of the result' of his investigations, which later will be embodied  in an official report which  Mr.  Clute"  will submit to the  administration.   It  is understood that   the commissioner-  is convinced .that the difficulties  now-  existing are not so serious as the- government before his appointment was  given to   believe.   It   is -Mr. Clute's  opinion that it should be easy for  the  British Columbia government and the  persons who object to the present law  to arrive at an .accommodation.'   The  30 odd'American miners who recently  went to Sandon, -he' reports, were  not  brought into Canada under contract or  promise of work, and  conso^cently do  not come under-the provisions of  the  alien labor law.   -Mr. Clute expects to  have his "report ready for presentation  within a short time.  No Cliurcii Service Tomorrow.  Rev.'Alex   Dunn   will , preach  in  Cranbrook tomorrd-.v,  therefore   there  will be no   service    in,McGregor  hall  tomorrow evening:   Sunday school,will  be held its usual with Mr. Cairierdn in  charge:  MIIAVAZ MUKDEBS.  ���Dangers of "isolated, OeVrttagee la  Englaxid-  Offev Opportunities ��or Thieves aa��S  "SlTurdere-fu   to   Comsali Crtsne'���   ...  The Axuericaw  Syfltexn  5��  "PreJeWctL   .,  Skating on ,thio Moyie..  Moyie has already gained a leptttal-  ion as,a delightful summer resort, but  now it is rapidly making a reputation  for itself as a winter resort- as well.  Moyie lake now' presents one of- the  most beautiful sheets of ice to" be  found in Canada. The ldwet (lake is  about a half a mile "wide and three  miles in length-, and(this entire sheet  of ice at the present;time is without a  flaw andi's as^Bmooth as glass. The  many, skaters in'Moyie are taking advantage of the good ice and they can  be seen pu the lake at all Hours dur-  ing'theday and sometimes late into  the night. Dr. Higgins proposes tc  get up a hockey .team and challenge  either Cranbrook- or Nelson for a  game. The Moyieites are anxious to  get up any kind "of a^ match with the  Cranbrook crackerjacks in  particular  Bfoyie's Voters "Lift"  There are now pue hundred" names  on the Moyie ' voters list, and from  present indications the number will  easily be increased to 160 within sixty '  days. '        '  Stood Death OlT.  r'fiiMM   CJOASS      ACCOMMOBATtONS.  MOYIE, B.    C  <i>  QGeG9��$S&S9&&&&&&&S&&&9$e&���t����>9&&G4sGG*9&9&9&��Geee**9$1��  \i/  ��/  ��/  w  \l/  \l/  \!/  'li  ft  to  %  I  E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta,  Tex., once, fooled a grave  digger.    He  says:    "My  brother   was     very   low  with malaria  feavor  aad jaundice.    I  persuaded him to try Electric   Bitters,  aud he was soon much better, but continued their use   until ho  was   wholly  cured.   T am   sure   Electric   Bitters  saved  his life."    This remedy   expels  malaria, kills disease germs  aud   purifies the blood :    aids  digestion, regulates liver, kidmeys and   bowels,   cures  constipation, dyspepsia,  nervous   diseases, kidney   troubles,   fomalc   complaints : gives perfect health. Only 50c  at Hope & Bcntlics drug store.  "Snriers "Union Election."  The Moyie' Miners Union; Is!b. 71,  will hold an election on Tuesday, the  13th' of February. The pole will open  at 1 o'clock and close at S p. id. At  the last meeting Frank Sharp; S. A.  Scott and P. T. Sinyth were appointed  judges of election. ��� The election' will  be held in McGregor hall.  ' "Ladies' Aid Social.'  From the preparations which' are  being made for ihe Ladies' Aid Social  which will be lickl on the evening of  Fobru'iiry .12, there is no doubt about  its b'eiDg a success. Besides the dialogue; which v'll be tho main feature,  there will bo recitations, declomatious  and musical selections. Refreshments  will also be served. 'Admission will be  free, and it general invitation ia extended to nil.  ,1/,.  i) A  s  t i  G. CAMPBELL,   A. T. CLARK.  | Xfiis Hotel is .Mew and well Furnished; The  Tables are .Supplied^..with the Best the  Market aff&rds. The) Bar is Filled with  the' Bast ��������� Brands of Liquors an#r Cigars';  -..HEADQUARTERS^  -AND'MININdi  A Nifjlit of Terror.  '���'Awful aiiM'nly, was foil, for the widow  of tho   brave   General   Brim ham   of  Machias, Me., when   the  doctors   siid  she would die from Pneumouia   before  Sale of Elmer lvcsideneo.  This week D. J. Elmer sold his residence and lot on Ilu If Moon avenue to  Al..Richardson. The price- Is said to  be between seven and eight hundred  dollars.  The lot east of thc   Kootenay   Hotel  upou which the blacksmith shop used  to stand-has been purchased and upon  ihi-" Mr. Elmer will build   a residence  cottage 2-1x2-1 feet in size.  Jticli  Find mi tlio ITnlf "AIoou.  J". P.  Farrell,   owner   of   the  Half  Mcmis,'.  lilUTi nc COlsVMKlA;  ft  ��'6"-?^^$'^3*>^  morning," writes Mrs. S. Hi Lincoln i iiloon mineral claim adjoining town,  who attended her that fearful night, ! :iMdc a valuable find on his property  but she begged for Dp. King's JN"ew |.a short ��� time ago. At a distance of  Discovery, which''had more than once about a quarter of a mile up Campbell  snved' her life, and cured  her  of  Con- | :*reek aud on   the left  branch of the  sumption. - After taking, she slept all  night,' Further use ontirley cured  her."    This  marv^lou^,.m'i?dIoine'  is  i-reek he uncovered a   strong vein   (iff  quartz'and ledge  matter.'   The  ledge  seems' to, be  well defined  and is erf-  over  50 feet.   Mr. Farrell  work at this poini  ine the worth of his  , The arguments in favor of the "corridor" or "American" system of traveling for general railway passengers in  England every day grows more emphatic ,and incontrovertible The  newspapers contain almost daily accounts of awful murders or attempts to  murder by persons usually unknown,  who have made good their escape from  the little isolated carriag-es and left  their victims to be "discovered" in  some casual fashion. Only a few days  ago another horrible tragedy, , that  might have occurred to anybody in the  same situation; took place during the  short railway ride of not more than 20  minutes between Hounslow station and  the great London terminus, Waterloo.  A woman, a barmaid "from a tavern  close to the Hounslo'yv Station, got into"  a carriage alone, and her body was  found oti the arrival of the train at Waterloo stuiTed under,,a seat, the hehd  horribly.lettered: _ i^ip.had started out  tH meet h?r lover," a.iiS.m.the train must  have been attacked ,and rpurdez-ed .by  some brute, whose identity up to the  present is undiscovered." , ,-  The horror of the iliiug must appeal  strongly to every woman, who lias ever  been, in London or is acquainted with;  the English method of travel.    The uppermost object of the ordinary man or  woman who travels a long or short distance is to get into' a carriage alone. In  the small, cramped compartments you  feel in too close quarters to want to bo  bothered    with    strangers,   therefore  you naturally do your best to get into  a  carriage where you won't be "worried."   But recent dreadful events have  uiade peoplo nervous of the lonely carriage.     Women     shun     it,    because  of    awful   stories   of     violence   and  deaths    that    have    come   unawares  upon    some    poor    soul     who'  has  set out in good health ond spirits, while  men shun it because of tho stories of  blackmail and slander of which unprincipled women frequently mako them  the victims.   The days of the old Eng:  lish "compartments" are, indeed, numbered, and it will not bo long, I am sure*  before "American trains'' are the rule  ou every lino in tho kingdom.  Traveling in England is very expensive work, at nny rate.    Thc fares being divided into three classes, the very  poorest and meanest accommodations,  whioh they call "third class," cost about  the same rate which in    America   is  charged for the ordinary train.    If you  have a third-class ticket, however, you  cannot buj- a Pullman car ticket.   To  be   entitled  to  purchase superior ac-  comniodation of. this kind you must primarily invent in a-"first-class" "ticket*  which costs three times the amount: of  a third-class,, and riot tmtil then aoc yo.tj.  ��� allowed to buy, Pullnian;;ear acco'm^-i.  dations/ If.- jrpdi -are ^'���^'ngioR'-ft-i^Xi'g  journey (ofy^lpp.^ �� ������:.. &W ycfd pazi  tti}t.e.irir''Eri^i&u0vsi^i.mzke��. &'e-c'6.ii-  ���j-oout four -Mui'si: tiie,r-xjio'iim- you.'^'OUid, j  pay. if you d'id not iuw-'o a luxurious' boh!  ahdToDjr for springs and cushion?.        '  i AWEB HBRRIG&N,  -   Wholesale Dealer in  Produce, Butter* ,  :Eg����s, Cheese,  Fruits, Oysters, 3Stdi  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.   Drewry'$  Celebrated &Ies;  " Stout and Lager:  ��rolden Key brand  of Mineral  Waters;*  Rossland Beer in  Kegs and Bottles.-  Agent for Pennsylvania ( Oil   fiefluing  Co.    Correspondence invited.  CilAKUKOOK.  15, C.  "STAR OF INDIA'  This  Of  cipccially   fine   flavor put in   half  pound and   pound   packages.    Excep-  tjumill-. iiue for family use.  IF  M.  Macdonald  B;- �� ���  %  ii  fSf|  ���'A  >ft  I KM  IA  XXf  ,  >"  -*.Jc'  r  were  i  ;  In rii '  ..  "f  "!'��� .  i'  - ?  .'in  k  a wi -  i-��  ,               "I'  -t  too.  ,  t  ilidr  ������1 ,  .*  If I  1 .  \  , on   . '"  wor  ���<  '  real  i"  get  pay,, -  my  pra<  "1  i'  riioi  .   J  !  ���     **  He;  i f  \  ,  j  be,  for  I  ^  V.T  tin  '  ."  no  ;J  /  tin  to   "    ,  wl  ,  of.     ���  10 '      ; ;r  er  ���v  ��"r  ol  .'  Pi  t  ���  si  '  lo     f  1  SI  ni  C     '."''  ,  <  *}.'.  ,     I  :>   V  .1 -  1  i,,  r-,  I  o  ii ���'  il  f  ���  I :  a  d     "  0'  A  ff  3  $  I  fl  {  F  '      il  d  p  c  ��� -b ;  ';���- ���' h;-'c  Yi^'y  ��� !c -{  ;.'��������./:  ���'���': "����������� ���:  '.������]�����'������  .'.��*���������-  fe,J  ir  IS-1  insio  By WEATEBELEY OHESHET.  fOopyrlsiR, 1S99. Mr Weather-ley Caesasw.jf  CHAPTER  XII.  'WAS ME.  ICTIGHLEY G.VTCS A LIAR?  First of all I called at Scotland Yard,  '  and as n favor I was allowed posses-io:*  of the photograph eubiHruted for Lndy  Florence Alnstyn's. vArmed with thiol  called at   tho  Me'rropole ami again in- '  quired for Mr. Keicbley Gute"*.   Yc.p;h- '  was in���in fact ho was  confined to ll.'.  '  hou'-e   by a  cold.    I   madejjuy__\vay up j  stairs, and on turning the corner of tin  '  corridor  leading  to  Mr. (dates' room' J j  ran into somo one.  "Confound you, sir,!" said a voice i  teemed to know. "Should look when*  yon are goiny. I mighr have breu th.-  Prince of Wales���leze majesty, sir���  they'd'have hanged you for in!"   <  I apologized for the occurrence and h  Euemed mollified.  "All  right, Eir���keep  your  blinker  off next time. Go straight ahead now���  don't_bring the njonnmeiiG down," nnd  he passed ou  may remember, yon could net cIofc I  i could not h'J.p noticing it, for it -,.-/*.s  ' staring me in' ti;-1 face while yon v:cre  showing me your c nrioc. I thought il  Nva.= the t-aini- anrl brought this lo you  to jnake pure ''  Gales langki d.  "I seo. Ca;.t:'jj Brett, you ere wcrm-  ine: to this df-t�� .-rive work. J nm>r con-  jji.i'inlaiy yuu on your ingenuity auu  powc rs of observ::i iou."  lie said this somewhat sarcastically  has I forgave him, for he admitted'to  being in a bad temper.  "But how did it get in the colice album r" i asked.  ''Tiis sure IdnuK know,"said Gates.  "I .did nm put it mere,   '  "Of cr,--.^ not, " 1 laughed.   "But dr.  yon happen to know anything about the  lady rh;:t would (.oniie.ct hor in any way  wuh the murder':"  "Nothing 'ac all that I am aware of.  I met her come time asm returning from  India, and I   heard   hhe died last   year.  She was a most charming woman aud  1 had many friends. Some one on hoard  I tool:-her pb.orogi.aph, and she honored  j mo, along with others, with a print.  ! Thar'is the whole history of my copy.'"'  I This was distinctly disappointing.  I IVhat we' h.iri hinked Tipon as an im-  i port'iut clew turned nut to be of no  ! value- at ail   unless wo could   trace   the  ne wu too gmirt, CROCHETED MATS.  It was at one of the recent receptions.   All society  was  there,  and it  was a ! a. Set t*t Three or Five very Precty  brilh'ant occasion. One young man w!io For t1,e 'lllliU' <>r Di-��-��-���"��������������� '"*  has  a   repmatiou   for  brightness-and '     The J>e"-Igimr gii   -:'..^e mMi-uciiou*  repartee  began  throwing bouquets at ! for the unit illiiriinited: Material-:. No,  one of the fair young ladies.   'T heard ! 3*5 linen thread and a co'Ts-e ���"tt-i-J lioo!��  somebody   say   you   were   the   most      The  stitch  -employer       e:;li</il   tiair  charming debutant of the season," he , double, made by throwi.     thrt-.-ul ovm'  whispered ro her.  the hook, taking up a  stitcli U-iu-.-uli.  "Oh, who was it,  Mr.  Blank?" she i then drawing thrond t!irom:li the rhret-  The volublegentleman had not reco- j P,'!:,;;;,ia^1 ^n,,| WM ra.tl,nr ����"*.?*���  , nized me, but I knew him in au imtat-..' j sjflf^vou\-"ll-    ^��       * ^ C��P1P?  ���He was got up in irrepruachahle attire. |      ... ,������''",' ', An.. ,  from   his  patent  leather   hoot,   tc. hi-' nH,-r, , clon t know how many  thiny silk hat. fiat dwito his nllerod ,P"a U ero T���' *��fl 1 ca'ta,"1���?��� Uever  appearance there was no mistaking the ! tC rn -Th- J^' T' n V T&�� T  once seedy looking vagabond who'-calleil I " �� ^��\x^m ^u^cal leu Ralston He  himself Dr. Fitzgerald. Tho last time '���"^ni t t ii\-7,11her"c.c' a??,JE hffl/e  wo had met was beside the -siiil'wann TJ??V c0.n fl. '��? 0Ut blS ^dress for  body of tho murdered Lady FJorenn-. j J K J U w,!ih lL  What was ho doing at the iletropole? j  Had he beeu to see Jlr. Keighley Ciatof-rJ  If'so, about what?  I had not time to pursuo thesa refleo  tions any further, for a few f-teji:  brought me to tho door of Air. Gates  room.  asked expectantly  "I can't tell now," he replied', "but i  will tell you some time."  "Oh, please do!" she pleaded.  He was obdurate, and she was persistent, and soon the other girls were  attracted to where the couple stood.  "T think It is real mean of you, Mr.  Blank,  to arouse  my  curiosity.    And  what do you   thiuk,  girls?" she" said,  turning to the crowd.  "He heard some- j  in next)  thing nice about me and won't tell who I ch.  said it." . j  "Yes, I did hear that she, was the  most charming debutant of the season," spoke up Mr. Blank.  "Who told you, please?" spoke, up the  girl iu a last effort to get the name of 1  her admirer.  "Your mother," answered the young  man.    And now they never speak as  stitches on the hook.  , Iiegin in the i/emer with a r-h.uin ol  r-jj-ht stitehes .joined.  Fiivt tow. ."', eh. :.' i! c in tlie'sl st. then  THE FAiRY BOOK.  lu  summer,   ulir-n   tlie  i^i-^a  a,  thick,   it   mother  has tlie time.  She bliows rile >\i;li bit  i>. -nil liou a lux t makes tt  rhi me.  And often elie m bv-i-oi  i-Huugi'i  to ilioo.se  a  k'itfy  nook        ' '  Where 1 cuddle up so clo3cl>   when she reids tho  fairy boo'c  la winter, ���s-hsn the wmi's asleep, anrl birds up  not in eoiiij,  And crocuses anil violets have been avraj' roo long,  Dear  mother  puts hei   thimble  by  in  jc��v.-er  io  my look,  And  I cuddle up to  elo��ely  when  the  read*  Uic  lairy book.  :'> d f in e:i.-!i uf l!u- m-.M  7  2-! d i- in the uiw: .inin  i he  rhe 11 ell by a al >���:.  Second .row. ,'i ch. 1 'I e in  iu:iK::i:  c in next '1 u" <���, - <! <��� in the ue.\i f.'I oli.  2(1 c'ill   IH'Xt <i e. <l e iu   lie.\t  -J ri e. '_' t'j   r  i limes: join liy si -t in ihe .'.  Third row. *_' ��jh to take tin- plner of n  hull" ikuiliie: h il In th^ si si. li <! in eaeh  Aud mother tolls the serwiua that of course they  must coutii\e  to    To tii'an.iKe all the household thlniji from foiir til!  j half past live,  Ihe *-l -"l   rl i For we r''',IJ-v cannot suffer inwrruptlon" from tlu-  1 cook  THE  GLASS_OF_FASHION.  Gayiy   flowered    silks   ��uP   ,. ,  wear have polka <]m.s of cheniP,    "'-J^  The'popular plaids have }-()UJi��� .,   M  way into handsome neck scarfs oV '"'  There was never a greater vnr,r/'"L  ribbons, and greater numbeis &!'''  than ever before are made to ch^ __,.  with a thread at one edge into rnj?- '''J ^&-  When  we cuddle close   totreiiVr  with   the   happ>  fairy book.  , ���Norman Gale.  WHERE  DOES THE  SUN'S  HEAT'GO!  *,*A- "''<*$,.  ��� \;\>-A r-^~,  m^*^* m?mi>:mvk&  Can Encrs-ry Be Complfiely Dlaaliint-  eii Iu the Lini verne t  | According to the ordinary view, the sun  j is constantly radiating heat in 'all tlirec-  i tion's, and, I think, it is, generally Mip-  j iH>.-.ed that only a Mimll portion of this  j lient encounters material bodies at any  | d..stance, however groat.    If so. thc qiiOh-  A long circular wrap of blar'-k ,.., mm  hitt 5, -J  is outlined with a fold of wlm,   ^J|  braid and has a simulated yoke Y*\       '  of rows of folded braid stitched  together.  Many a small fancy button is  new gowns, aud so far the bra*-, ufJta���.,  predominate.     They   may   be   p.,t  Wh> t  round.   Both  are to be found on $$��'.?  new Uannel shirt waists. <��i$��??  Flannel  waists with colored iiEUrp,j^^  ���rassua ��\'l  Mr. Gates wns in a veiy bad temper, !  that was evident.  lie scowled i'erncinus- j  ly as I entered, and when he recognized  mo-it evidently required an eiibrtou his  part to greet me in a friendly way.  "Youmuhfc excuse me, Captain Brett,  if I am not in my usual form today,"  he said. "I have got on infernal cultl,  and there are ono or two little matters  that havo annoyed me this morning. "  "Was Dr. Fitzgerald one?" I jocosely  remarked. '  '    -'Dr. Fitzgerald?" said Crates, looking  at mo inquiringly.  "I met him iu the passage jnst now.  He seemed to ho coming from this-direc-  ticn.    Gaunt  looking man���speaks dis  ���jointodJy." ,  "Oh, that  fellow I   He did  not give  mo the name you mention. Ho'eame on  "I don't expect ho will be of any use  to  us. but  J  dare not   leave oven that  i stone nn turned.    I shall'ho very glad,  Mr.,Gates, if .you will get mo that iu-  ^ | formation, anrl possibly you may',by  that time lemember the others of your  follow pnrsai'.gers who also got a picture  of tho lady.:; '  ft Gates promised   to do his  host, and I,  took my leave.   I did not much care,for'  the  man, hut  he   .sr-euied  willing  and  even   au-iious   to hidp  me, and on   two  points  at leant he bud   given valuable  information.  1 took tho photograph back to Scot-  laud Yard. The officials there were beginning t'o know me, so frequent, had  been my visits, on one pojut and another. One of them -stopped mo in the doorway jnst as I was leaving.  "Ah, Caprain Brett," said he, "I  havo some news for yon. Jenkins, one  of our men, has just returned from a  mis-dou in the Argentine. He had charge  of our album before ho went away, and  we have told him about tho photograph  i  being stolen.    He distinctly remembers  are pretty, with ties of the tls���1Uel, ":':ii^s  'match the figure.    A red waiw,' lor  ;^*|B  stance,  has a green polka ,]0L ���u,,,';^5fj  green tie of the same shade. 1^0'?  One of the most attractive or all Ar$$t  butterflies Is ou a bonnet of wi,|ci;} I0^i  forms ihe chief ornament. Th,. ���.j ljjj$$i  moth wing.s are made cleverly ���/ i���\Y/'\bf^b  ers.^iiid the underside of some u-.j^'W^fjU  cent material.    It i.s a unique ti0,.'^V',^'1  n%i  which so vividly represent the customs  and   habits of the ancient Egyptians  the  potter and   his' wheel   have  been  found   frequently   depicted,  and  it is  curious  to note that through  the almost countless generations since tbat  time this crude type of lathe has undergone, no material modification.  , The primitive form was evidently a |  small, round table set on a pivot and I  free to revolve, being turned by hand!  at intervals; and to this device there i  were added in the course of time such }  simple conveniences as a table to sup- j  port it and a foot'or a hand power turn- '  ing. arrangement,  displaced   in recent J  years in possibly a few isolated cases j  by  actual  engine  power' driving.    In j  its*  "r'-rsi-SrV  CliOClli' nil MAT. ��  of the next -1  d <���. "2 h  d  in  the in-xi  (3 ch, 2 li (1 lu next d <: -1 h il. ���_'. li d in  next), f> times; join io " eh.     ' '  'The following rows'are a  repetition  of the third, the number of li'jlf  iiou  bles  in  each  row, being  inereascil 'f.v  placing two in the .stitch e.ieli side ol  the three chain.    Iu  working take- up  both stitches al the top of the doubles.  There are -20 rows in   tbe mat'to lhe  border.    The open su;ifarcs'iti i-aclf see  tf on' are made by placing one eli.-iin be  tween   the  doubles  and   skipping one  stitch    beneath.      The   square   begins  with the eighth  row. and  the stitches  general,   use, ' However,    the    potter's ,  wheel of the"pres��nt time bears,ail the | niusr l>e^counted from each side of lhe  .characteristics of the one which, 4.000 [ section- s0 ;1S to t'1'1 h.in the center,  years or more ago, served to turn"'out i      First" row  of  border.  <; ch  fastened  pottery attesting unsurpassable taste j -)y-a sl st '," t'Vt-,''.v fourth st beneath,  and skill.���Cassier's Magazine. ' having a sl st iu i>Y<>ry ;-; eh. "   ���     Second row. (j ch fa'stened hy a sl st  in every U eh of first row.  Third row, <; h d ,in eacli (!i eh. with  a begging errand.   Do you know him?" ! aU 1!'ilIlJ,rw fu't'uhug over that  page'in  "Thelasctimelsawhim-iudeedthe! **      h tu*TCr��US,u,aue-c- ;-He thou8ht  Only time beforo-was on   tho night of ! !   ,luee,r a. l\*?"m��> ,bufc dld ����� dewct  ���*"��� tho substitution of the print.    He kept  his  eyo ' ou   tho   man,  .however,   aud  learned hisnamo afterward.   Ho is certain ho did it." t     ��� -  .  '"Well, who was it?"  "II   was a'Mr.'Keighley Gates.    Do  you know him;" *  the murder. He tried  to rifle the dead  hod)-."  Mr. Gates  seemod  surprised at this  piece of news.  "Was he mentioned at tho police court j  ..proceedings?" ho asked.       ( '     t'  "Yes. Indeed, it was owing to him !  that I was arrested. 'You will find ic in '  tho newspaper report."  "I remember the incident you men- <  rion, now," said GateK, "but I "did uot j  know thi3 ,was tho man in question, i  Thanks  for   tho  information,   Captain  (To be continued.)  Co��t of a Loiif of "flrenrl.  The average "pound loaf"  of fresh  bread  sold  by  bakers, says, a college j a sl Sl iu rlje sl !*'1 between.  professor, weighed on.an avera'geabout ;     fourth row, li ch fastened in the een  one pound one ounce.   A pound loaf of"' ,el" of <-iftch shell beneath.  bread can be made from about three- j  ' -fifth  row. 7 eh  fastened iti each ii  quarters of a pound'of flour, about 25 I cn-  per cent of water being added'to the |,    Sixth row. 7 li d in each 7 eh''with a  flour during the process of breadmak- i eI st between.  Ing.    With some flours 5 to 10 per cent |     A  larger'mat  i.s  made  in  the same  more water can be absorbed,  making! manner as this one.  with  more rows, j.of light and heat by UiO'etlier, a& main-  a greater weight of bread from a given | and    each    section    _has     four'    open i taftied,  I  believe,  by  the great obserrer  weight of flour. This additional weight ,' squares.    'J'l/is larger'mat. has 30 rows I Strln'��. would equally'solve the problem,  to rhe border and i.s U inches in dhuii j.for -lue ���'��"' tt"d heat 'thus-absorbed  eter.' Xarrow ribbon is mi, through! C,?UH not be lost-ami would probably bo  +i , ������������������.-��.. K|Vf>n   back   by   tbe   ether   to   mineral  the-open .paces between the seen ous. ; boilien ,��� ^ m^rl'dS!  J Inco ot lhese im.i.s. tlie hirge oile j Otherwise it would chauee the proptrtie.  and   two  of ibe  smaller  si'it;,   niuhe a j of the ether.  which, 1 think it will be admitted, arc- not  j at present forthcoming.  Nor can we confine tbe question'to the  sun.    The loss of radiant heat must (ou  the theory which I  am now considering!  extend to ali the stars.   A. larger portion  of the heat of some of them is uo doubt  intercepted by other bodies, but sonu- of  it must escape���-vanish.    The whole universe is losing heat, or nt least it is losing motion, for the eupply of heat may be  temporarily kept up'by the conversion of  motion into heat���as.  for example,  by a  bombardment of'meteorites.    But that it  good  part'of the radiant heat vanishes,  thus lessening the total amount of force���  of heat and  its equivalents���in  the  uni-  { verse,  seems   to   be   a  common   opinion.  This theory, however (for-of course ev-  ciytiiing on  the subject is  theory),   will  strike many of your renders as unsatisfactory for physical, not metaphysical or  theological, reasons.    But if this lieul bo  uot lost what becomes of it?  If the sun's rays and those of the stars  always   met   with   some   material   body,  however great'its distance might be. the  problem  would  be solved.    There would  be no loss of heat to the universe.    Tbe  sun   may' at 'present   be  radiating   more  than it receives aud. consequently, cooling,   but  in   traveling  through  space   it  may reach other regions in   which  these  Conditions will be reversed. But it seems  plain that if this be the cuse the greater  part of the bodies which encounter  the  solar heat are dark  bodies, or else''that  , It here is iirfabsorption of light in passing  through  the ether.    Such an  abso'rpiiou  trimming and very pretty:  Handkerchiefs in colors are i- .,-^Wf  .... '      "lr".''.        ,."',-,     ?.   K  '   - - y  t '/ . *  -IK-.,  demand, and some of the prethY.;"V'"  newest are in siji: and linen, 'i'i,,.,,' ',: /���-.  are to be found in these neu V'K^v-K*  pretty soft plaids, the whole Im'u.��?\lj$F  chief composed of them, but ��f.{Ul|J^?:S  most delicate colors.' one hiiviu^^f^y^i  predominating and another gre^ s.���'"^-lfft'i,  so on.���Xew York Times. "'" "'  PITH" AND  POINT.  f'%n.'."'-y'F  *{��� -*^Mb  ; s   n >,U -rit  >--.   .,...  '���> '! .v  r,f .!S>.    V  But few people want tlie tfiln'irs \* Y^S'^&'i  are to be had for tho asking.      "   -' '; }'-J,'j\\  , A man Is \ery apt to play ihe nk  and rhe fool simiiharieoii.sly,   ���  It is a deplorable fact that idle <.-.-  'osliy keeps a lot of people busy       ^O'^'.e  Be sure you are right���but don't ir-'Cl^!^  too sure that everybody else Is wacc *"','   ^  V W,\ti  r' I 'mr  Ktani).  Too often wheti a man's heart i> tm?$%&��  Uie   right   place   there  wrong with his head.  is  ^nieti.-E.-r.-^sfg.  ,   ���":'., ���S.-.-.'r-^.'-.  jp'JUt'fll   W/^L-  ,Jf a man succeeds, the world enrin |!^*^S  him; If he fall.-*, it sympathizes wliiJ' ffitifia  him-and secretly rejok-es.-'Jlileaio ?��� -: U^-fii  News.  r-wrf to.  , _- l}i-.'i4't,;!  ' "Bernember. Pat. 'it is the baud thai -i?��f'S  rocks the cradle that rules a miTloi.'"'r a^<^!  is water and not nutrients.  ���' At 2 cents a pound for flour it Is estimated by the professor that a pound  loaf of bread can be.made, not counting fuel aud labor, for about 2 cents, a  half cent being allowed for shortening  and yeast    The loss of dry matter in  "Well, begorra.  _ Lvr.   but  Oi'm   fer  thlnkin   niesljr  'tis *'-.."^M^  cart ye've got before ther boss.   Ti'i^$|^-?  s'x'Z may. be rolgju l;l^$$%  J''4Xii\  r- He mil;   u Cut.  In a rural community in one of the I hrendmni-intr ic ���enniiv ^^���-;^-,.,-ri .���  Hratt. It will ho very useful in case he middle states dwelt a man who made breadnmkmS is usuall>' considered as  pesters mo again." " |a u>w iu ]S3(5 ri,.lt ,J(J wouU1 Wi,.u. liis  s.\Ve spoke on general matters for a few ! haii  and  beard  unirimmed  until -lehn  minutes, and then I inquired if  he had j C. Fremont should be elected president  any uews from the States.  -"No. it is too soon for a letter, but  us thero has been no cable I presume  wo ihay conclude that Durant is not in  evidence afc the moment. Have you  learned anything more?"  ".Nothing that  hears directly on the  case," I guardedly replied, for I did not  thiuk it accessary to toll him of the results of  my visit to Hinton.    "But," 1  added, "thero is -.one piece of  information yon may bo able to'givo us.    When  Lady Florence Mostyn  disappeared tbe  Duke of  Lundy sent  hor photograph���  an amateur one, yon will notice, for the  means of tracing her."  W,o now find this !  photograph has  been taken out of  tho  album and another substituted for it,   i  bavo .this one with me. "Here it is.   JDo  you recognize it?"  Mr. Gates took hold of it and looked  at it closely.  " Yes," he said. "I knew the original  of that, hi fact, T believe I have a copy  of this identical photograph���an amateur ono, yon will   notice, for  there i.=  ; l'!i  I of ihe United States.  ]     He kept thai vow for -10 years, at the  j end of which time he bad nearly a half  j bi'.shel  of hair on  his  head nnd  face.  j Then,   coming   to   ihe   conclusion,   to-  ' ward which his mind had been gradually working for a long time, that General   Fremont's  death   in   the  interval  had practically absolved him from his  I vow.  he decided  to have his  hair r-ut  land   his-  beard   shaved  off clean.     Ou  his  next   visit to  tlie  county  seat   he  went, to a barber shop ami  was soon  relieved of rhe hirsute burden he had  carried for four decades.  "How much?"' he asked.  "Have  to charge you  half u dollar  for that job." said the barber, looking  ni the mass that lay on'the Mcor.  "Half a dollar:" he gasped. "Dou't 1  get anything for the hnirV"���Youth's  Companion.  amounting to about 2 per cent of the '  flour used.   In exceptional cases, as in  prolonged fermentation, under, favora- j  ble conditions the losses may amount |  to S per cent or more. I  A. Diplomatic "Drummer,  Assistant Secretary of State Thomas  W. Cridler, In the discharge of his diplomatic duties, crossed the ocean probably more times than any other official,  in that branch o�� the national government. On one voyage he made tbe'acquaintance  of  a   traveling  salesman,  whose   companionability   was   marred j dram for a minute or two. with tissue  by curios it j*.  pretty dresser set. if they are to be  used as a table set. make the large one.  two of.the smaller ones and two still  smaller.  The Cup* ot Cat GIii.hi.  Cut glassware is both valuable aud  beautiful and should bo carefully treated when cleaned, tt should, in the  first place, be washed iu warm water  to which havo been added a few drops  of that invaltiabb- cleansing' agent,  ammonia. Having thoroughly rinsed'  them, brush each piece separately with  a soft brush dipped in whiting, and  then, when ihe white powder Is wash  ed off, polish the glasses, which should  A third possible alternative is that  radiation, like gravitation, only acts between material bodies, und that, though  like gravitation, it acts on a material  body in any direction and follows it in  all" its movements, there is no expenditure of force iu the direction!, iu which  no .material body is encountered. On  his theory also there would be no loss  of heat. There would only be au  interchange of lhe same lo'tid as if every  heat ray ultimately encountered a material body.���W. II. S. Monck iu Knowledge.  ther hand as cradles ther rocks ph��-ot iSlflM,  rules er nation.' "-Life. . "^SP$  . "     GASPS,  Pofnonlngr by Cklined Meats.  Instances of poisoning from the i-ating'  of canned meats have become quite common. Although it may, be possible that  in  some  instances   the  ill  effect a  result'  s y V  True "Orenni  of Ur'er "Willliim*.  "A tier dis," said the."old colored  fanner. "I ain't gwine tek nobody's advice 'bout whar I ortor keep my money.  Vou know. Br'or Williams to!' me dat  ; hanks wtiz .ons:!fo--dal dey all time  I r.'iiliu en swallerin up what yo' puts  [ In "iimV" "   ,  "He did?"  "Dnt what he clone.' En he say. 'Wen  j yo' sells yo' col ton. tek yo' money en  j dig a hole in de ground en bury it.* "  ij "En yo' done Ink lie say?"  | "I did. fer sho*! En what yo' reckon?  r.B.r'er.' Williams' gone fer bed dat night,  'feu. please God.- he see money-in his  [ dream, en whilst he wuz in a trance  ! en wall-in .'in bis sleep de. sperl't what  !��� wuz a-movin er 'hii led right whar dat  {.money wuz, en 'fo' he knowed it he had  j done, digged it up eni lei"��� do state wid  Jit!"���Atlauta Constitution.  Traveling on business, like myself, I  I suppose?" . j  "Yes."  "What line of goods?"  "Papers/'  "Wall, writing or printing?"  "Papers for cabinets."  "Tlumph, I thought cabinet makers  used only wood, steel and brass!"  "Most of them do," and the diplomat  began to' speak of other things.���Saturday Evening Post.  paper, which puts on a splendid glosn.  i  from metallic poisoning,  in n  great majority of cases the poisonous subi-taiices  The Popular Southern   Girl.  Two   men   of   southern   manner  of  Corn  Oio*Y;lcr,  Fry in butter or porlc, fat. In a deep  kettle, two sliced onions. When tender, add eight potatoes, sliced thin.  Season well with pepper and salt, coy  er with hot water, cook a few minutes,  then add sweet corn, cut and scraped  from eight good sized cars, adding  more water, and boil half an hour. Now  add a quart of boiling milk and two  tablespoonfulsof butter rubbed smooth  with a tablespoonful of flour. Add  further seasoning and allow the chowder to boil up twice.  speech were talking of a mutual friend  named Henry.  "Did Henry even get raa'ied to that  young lady In Memphis?" asked one.  The other shook his head and replied: "No. seh. When Henry got  down theah, he found he had to lake  his numbeh and stand, in line so as to  be able to see the young lady,. bo he  came away."���Chicago ttecord.   ;  *i>  "I met Mm in the passage just now."  no  photogiapher's name.   Ifc is a Mrs.  Cecil Sialer.   I met her on a P. and O.  boat.    How on   earth   did  ifc got in tho  Scotland Yard albnni;"  "That is what I .'mould like to know,  Mr. Gates. ���'        j-   .  Mr. Gates turned to his drawer, and  after a few minutes' rummaging produced the picture I hud seen ou my last  visit.      .  "Hero is. niy print. Ifc ia'identical  With yours; you observe. Bufc why  should you have come to me? It; is simply a remarkable coincidence."  "Well, to tell yuu tho truth, Mr.  Gates, I -happened tu see the copy of  youi'j when I was hero last week. It  was lying  in  that   drawer, which, you  , Porter nnil the Cobweb.  The late President Porter of Yale was  very broad -and generous in his classes  and rarely found fault with his bows. One  of his ha bits ������Jin the classroom "was to  keep his eye fixed all the time he was  talking upon, a big- cobweb in the left  hand corner of., the room., Meanwhile  the boys did as they pleased.'  Professor Ladd grieved at this, lack of  respect and one,' day conveyed to the  president as delicately as he could the  fact that the boys were abusing his kindness.   , , ' .  "They are studying other lessons in  your cfassroom instead of listening to  you," he said.    ';  "Is that so?" returned the president  musingly. "I understand that they do  not study in or out of some classrooms."  And tp the day di Dr. Porter's death  Professor L-add never knew to which  classroom he referred, but the subject of  cobwebs was permanently dropped.���  Saturday Evening Post. 1  Fronting  l"*or n  WcildiiiK CnUt-.  These  directions   for   making  ornamental frosting for a wedding cake to  he garnished  with  natural  roses have  been   given    in    the    Boston   Cooking  School Magazine, together with Hie il  lustration:   Beat the   whites  of three  eggs  with  two tiiblespoouftils of con  fectioners* 'sugar three minutes. Con  ������    ���-- ���   ������ , i tinue .adding, same quantity, of sugar  The Pnrunit of piensure. ! aml bt-''l.t''��ff-' sa.m.e length of time lint fl  We smile at the ignorance of the j'?ne c'lll'tind a half of sugar have been  savage who cuts down the tree: In or- |  der to. reach Its fruits. But the fact j  is that a blunder of this description j  Is made by every, person who is over- i.  eager and Impatient in the pursuit of i  pleasure. - j  .- '-  -'--'      i ��� i',  ������VlrtTic. , -   "'!  The elements of virtue are af tlio  bottom of every heart, and, though  they may be trampled underfoot! and  crushed into the mud, they still exist,  and. when rescued and restored, nobility and manhood wilh grow out of  them. -  are formed by putrefactive changes,. In  many cases it is probable that decomposition begins after the can has been opened by the consumer, iu otheru the canning  is imperfectly done, and putrefaction i��  far advanced before the food reaches the  consumer. In still other instances the  meat may have been taken from diseased  animals, or it may have undergone putrefactive changes before-fhe canning. It  should always he re in em bo red that coined meat is-especially liable to putrefactive changes after the can tins l>i��L>n opened, and when the contents of the open  can are not consumed at-once the remainder should be kept in a cold phut- or  should be thrown away. ��� Victor C.  Vaughun in Popular Science Monthly.  Nctt Umc  For Mliiinrir.  There was nn old fellow who earned a  living by doing odd jobs about suburli.in  gardens. A woman bad employed Imu to  roll her lawn, and' told the."servant m give  him his dinner. The dinner 'consisted'.of  toast, and .-the big plateful disappeared'  so rapidly that the servant asked, half iu  wonder and half in sarcasm:'  "Shaii 1 do some inrire?" ' ;        l *  "Aye, aye!", was the cool reply." "go on  till I tell'ybu to .stop!"'.',   , >  After dinner the servant suggested that  he puil weeds up. but lie refused. '  "*.N'o, no." said he, "I dassent stoop.after such   a   meal.    I've  filled',myself  lor  rolling!"���London-Answers,  .-,    .'"���n-vcnji.l  ;-"'. liwS !��&"'.y'.  .  -r    ii\,'.- tl  *.',    4'ri-V'"',  *'&*>:};  "W,Vii  -' fiX-    -s  " Tr     If      1  ** 1*-  /if  <?. r'  ��� a,  ' -A-.'hi  .Koi  a  *i').  Yv$ -**-***  i&YM  Am  gi  mY \{��  J*    '  -AdiT  ii  A Well Ilenteit Path.  Teacher���Can any of the class explain to me why the way of the transgressor Is hard?  Scholar���I guess It's because It's  traveled so much.���Ohio State Journal.  The hours of work in the Calcutta  Jute mills are from 4:30 a. m. to D-p'.-m.,  or lGVL* hours per'day. Saturdays In-  cl.ided.and all repairs and cleaning of  machinery have to be done ou Suu-  daye.  WUDDlHO CAKE GAKNISIIED WITH KOSKS.  used. Gradually add one tablespoonful  of lemon juice as the mixture thickens.  Continue addiiig sugar arid beating until a knife cut down Into the frosting  will make a "clean cut" that does uot  close together again. Spread the cake  with a thin coating of frosting. When  this has hardened, put on a'-thicker  layer, having the mixture .somewhat  stlll'er. Then crease for cutting. To  the remaining frosting add sugar und  beat, until the frosting will Keep Its  shape when pressed through a pastry  bag-and tube,  Illi��  In ii-rc-iioe.  Mr. Skinn Flint. Sr.-No. sir; J will' not  add. another penny to your allowance.  Ion do not seem to appreciate the vnlue  of money. I would have you unde.stiuid.  sir. that ' money makes the mare go."  His Son (sulkily)-Judging by th*  amount you give me.-you'must think I'm  running aii au'toniobile.-Harper'a Baxai.  DIxerliiiliiiKi ,vo.  Uriggs���Nice suit you've got on  Griggs��� Yes.    How  much ' do  pose that suit cost .'  1'i'iggs���You   or ���thi"  Life.  you Hiip-  t.iilorV-lJrooklvn  There  are  two  kinds or  fobls  in  tl.h,  world for whoiu th,.,, is IU) ,.apt|l|    ,     ;  id   tlie.oli...-.iH  afraid  of evervthiuj; ~-  Chicago News. '  Despairing  Victims of Asthma  Find    New   Hope   and  Thorough Cure in  DR. CHASE'S SYRUP OF  LINSEED AND TURPENTINE.  Too many Asthma su-U'erors giw up  their search for   cure,    believing that iJ Y^f^lhi  their particular case is beyond tho ecu       ' *"��� ^    -  trol of scioutitic treatment.  Ifc is unnecessary to describe the- imj  eries of tho Asthma victim, with h\i  face aud staring 0yes, frantically iH  ing for breath.  Vyimt wc would do   is    to   poi'afi  puch to n  new   hope   in    Or.   CI"  Syrup of Linseed aud   Turpentine  ^  oue groat remedy whioh has pro����- "  efficieucy hot only as a  prom-if r(',,(f  but also as a thorough cure for Astlim*1-  Tho. grutitudo of vscores   nnil  ll0U  d.rods of cured ones is expressed m JmI  such words.as the folloNving"letta irom  Mrs.. George    Buddeu,'    Pnt.mnuvdk  Out..:-:,'.  Mrs. George   Budden, - HutniUinuMu  Ont.,.says:���'.-I tool it my   d'nt>   ton  commend Dr.- Ohases' Svrup o:���Iau^i�� '  aud Tur-penfine, as  I  had .-th'b Asihw ,  ;very bad ; could get  uothing:   to donw ^  any good.    A friend of mine pcrsnadu  ,ihe to try this remedy, ns he laid trlP,i  it. and it proved successful.    I tried it  and.it cured mo.    I am thankful toil"*  to say I ami a well woman   through thu t  use of this remedy.    I keep  it in lll�� ,  houao all tho timo, and   would   not bo  without it."  1 It is impossible to imagino a hotU-'  treatment for Asthma than "Dr.'Olmsf"  Syrup of LiuBeed aud Turpentine "  soothes tho excited nerves, cleats l���  bronchial tubes, gives prompt relief1''  the frightful spasms, and, when u1-"1  rogula'rly, thoroughly aud pormam"^ (  cures Asthma. 25 cents a largo botth  at all dealers, or Edmausou, H'lte'J '>"  Co., Torouto.  tl  m  of  fo  10  th  Yn��   rtth  ^,!r',;C0  ve  ,th  t  X    /    *  > ^  h  ne  KA  "ti.'l  til  , BO  'fil  to  "A  1  i io  St.  Foul   breath, deafness, droppinf,"* 1U  the throat, mid headache aro soiriO'Ot tl'  distressiug symptoms of catarrh v\hu��  .���,...       . "re promptly and permanently cuud W  thllo^llt [^ Tl T"r:im  *bom-?r. Chase's  Catarrh   Cure,   25  ots   ��  mucc ��bat they .,],. |u uu��ltlii.L * box, blovter free.    .  th  di  ca  76  po  Ai  ad  W  !,  l 'll  >i.  iT HE  MOYIE LEADER.    �� Glffir*-!  AiM  GflTB  MOYIE.    JB.    C.  *4  ���;?���..  A   BULLFIGHT  AT  BC-JL.OGNE.  pfelVocieri   and   CIj'It, rt-ii   (Iluntrd   Over  JcSS*'  *r-**n��" "  'Fills  .sliool^in;/-  SjH'otsicle.  pr��M*fn "When   the   hi*!   bull   was   let   into  the  i-'Hrig  irji;  ;i pov/eriiu, strong looking beast, he  ���anght  ray  horse,  "'U'*^M-*inadf fc-tinighi for the hoises and caught  a  jp^^'aml' lifted  ou   his  horns  lf|H|gf|f:'?o.w*ho>t' ahiiek of ugoi.y mid ten or. remained   for many  a  long day 111 my ears.    I  Clarke's Kola. Compound Curen.  Some years ago this would have been considered im impossibility, but "Dr. Clarke has  solved the problem mimm-completing his experiments with tho wonderful Kolii' plant In England. In December, ISM. ho found, that by  combining extracts from tho Kola with other  extracts niade from the Grendolia plant which  grows in California, that the loinpo'und would  cure tlie severest cai��cs of asthma.    Upon ex-  iierimenting m one of the leading J_,ondon  lospitals ht? found that 95 per cent, or the cases  were cured in frorn 0X1 to 90 days' treatment.  Since tlie introduction of thia remedy into  Canada in 181*0 there have been over 800 cases  cured in Oiiad-i alone. .Mr. K. X. Hume, C P.  It, engineer, Western Division, writes: "I have  THE  BEEKEEPER.  0 ttr  jj^ji,*1 heard   the thud of  its  body  agaiiibt  the  11,4^1'''" r'boni/d:-,.   for   the   mangling   of   the   horse i iTeen a"greiit suffertr from astliiim in its worst  form ior over lw.dve years, and never succeeded  iMplf   rwJkere  I   whs sitting.    I  lii\st closed  my  in getting anything to help me peririunently  untiltheO. i'. It. doctor prescribed Claiko's  Kola Compound for ine in December 1695, when  two bottles entirely cured me; at least I havo  , not since had any return of the asthma. I am  1 personally acquainted with at least six persons  , who have l>eu/i cured from asthma by Clarke u  ' Kola Compound, and feel it my duty to recom-  1 mend it to alt who may lie troubled vita tins  1 diBeiw."  A free sample hotile will be sent to any person troubled with asthma  Address the Crifilth.s $ Macpherson Co', sole  Canadian a^mls 21 Church street.'Toronto,  Ontario.   Sold hv all druggist-!.  :'jU^M'Swan's face.  After two more horses had  CL'r! i^'��-^tU'r��d'rbull. He had been wounded in sev-  i-a.-'-it'C^ie^SI'VpIaces by lances of the picadors.  ''tiihYyS&'��fii'a a^er a little more baiting and near-  ,,1''I VVl-'sily'/lazed he was rather successfully dis-  ''^'^y'pattthe"^ in the third attempt. All this  '"'YiY;yi,iltbo\6place in 20 minutes.  r"y|K;^rC'S^?^Ti^ame a second hull, with the  '*'���.'. ''/^'���jBam'pTfhoi'rible work over again, but in the  a- ;'(',^./.'ai>e:*.ofj''th)s animal oiie of the picadors  u,A, ' &<���* ''droye^hia'lnnee through the thick part of  "*\.Y<;M\^f\bill's neck up to the handle; so it re-  .,' 'V, virit-'ioained "in the animal.    No one could ap-  i- y ':-.fr_A-i '..'-_..-jt,  Others may nlievejiut CLuke's Kola Compound l'oi ���whim permanently cures..   ,  MAILTIME  (, ,1 -/^jjpulle'd'.'but. They .managed to get it out,  "i", ,'\4'%bu't|wben the bull was sent back into the  "A ;k-tY,$'eiiitibe refused to enter and was met  .'i( 1'''?;4,;witu'jdrerihive shouts. ��� '   ,  ..' -. <'^^.Orie'j'matador simply butchered his bull.  *! ^t^ran^Ieejling around with Gve swords in  - '������-,.,'. '"hi'mV'twd right through his body.    It waa  ,< ^Vi A'-horrible-and pitiable.    As for the wretch-  ,!i*;-jf'f��*'1eai!.horses,  they  wore merely  gored  ana  YmfySllilititfJiby the  various  bulls.     One  horse  . ^^S^fehntj'ftits  entrails  torn  out,   and   still   the'  " ' '-->^J'-'irider';'rem.'lined on his back, and the ani-  " ^i^rrTinai'.walked on theni.   There were at last  ��� .v*"*?^. cries'of shame.  i;'rhnro    nrr>    nlnnhr    of    CI'UOl    SpOTtS.     UO  iy  be  called   cruel,  is the only sport I  ^M'^-knowi, of where the pleasure consists in  '. > . T-v "jS-.?r*i,i.*i*:!'Ls_i..   ..*   1.1 1     _���_   :-.   ii. _   ..1,1    r��^_-_  ^/^a^which  I "^5   j--.1-7'- Ir-J-J   I-.r  I   ' 3*^  *rV ,'  ' n ft t*TVl  is  so   shocking.     That   does  l       l��r*L<J*   .HI r^Vlr.-.-,   J,    r ,-. , , , ��� T  i^-fAi-fCj'httrro.    People may ash why  I   went.    I  -> isV**y5j^.*iw^nt; once  because   1   wanted  to   know.  iir/^l"*i'';fyo"u*caniiot speak of what you have not.  ;o J*.",I'Y^p.-.Be-enr'  Once and uever again.���Saturday  5r^w��;.REyiew. '  ' M$$W��' Hurt   Her  Vim it.v.  '')fM<%:0"l$ !���"��� the respectful belief of tbe young  "^'^B^i/'prople in tbe'ad van' -d years of their eld-  "' '>*��fli$*$ii~ which administers ,10 the  latter tin  t .,?ji'-^.^J.ttey��'i'est  blows to their vanity  "  ���?rt^-**!fcf.}W6oi.'iu   was.entoi tainin-  '���"-  her  e  A young  niece,   not  j^^^fns/n irrown woman, seemed obi. quite old.  JljMi  T��*V\* r,ni('-  r';-ft'^lJ^So^wheu the aunt, showing her a beauti-  ..-"���",^"<p^fvt'hbo\   e\pntiated upon its nntirpu'ty and  * F*$M*ft,,\yiL h���] b(.0Il j��� the rami|y 50 yours.  i,i    the* 11, lidin   anxious  to  be  appreciative.  1 vJj'^t'Vthiii'ul with something like reverence  ^���In-'luM uim  It^^M.'I'l"-'*"    we"   7��"   have   kept   it!"���JN'ew  r **    ti'a������.   >   ,      .,  i"    Wioik 1 mi (3  ^a     ,y . .   1    "A ^v'., ��� He -vva�� TJned to.lt.  \,    *y'VBufHn<;ton, our center rush, was In  I   ���    ���'ai bad ele\.1 lor accident yesterday. The  ���Jr, A }>' car fell ei^ht stories aud was all smash-  i    ,4 \,-,fed;to pieces  T ' ^ i*^ '"That's too bad.,  Was he disabled?" ,  jij-^/V-" iVtNo. he came through all right.   Aft-  * ^"* .fe^they had dug him out of the wreck'  (?'f,' Jhe^bpened his eyes aud said the follows  *     ^ on'Ttbe other side hadn't tackled fair,  ��*: 5<ir,-"'i1 fe0^'*-' bix\e hopes that he will be able  fx.^'ibigo in  the game tomorrow just'tho  *i'vt6afm.e."���Chicago Times-Herald.  What  Ilnppeiia In the Conrtry "When,  the  Letter*  Arrive.  Did you ever see tbe mail arrive?  The iow of unkempt horses gnawing  the hitching rack before Wise's store  and impatiently kicking at disturbing  flies lestilies to the fact that the mail ia  rliie to arrive'  The slouching groups of jean clad beings, the unwonted activity and importance of the htiff haired station r agent  ,ainl the expectant alertness of the young  and sunboniH'led persons in thei furm  wagon all add to the impression.  The station is.,much the same as other  stations. Its knife scaired walls are decorated with campaign lithographs, legal  notices and advertisements of navy tobacco.  A platform of sun warped planks'extends around two sides, beginning at,two  steps and a'soap box and terminating at  the usual "jumping oft" place. <  Upon tine platform a lean cur is slowly  baking in ike midday sun, stretched *t  full   length.  The agent, as is patent to all observers,  possesses leather suspenders and a thorough and complete acquaintance .with every man. woman, child and dog in Gilmer county. ' ���' , ���  "Yander she comes!" ���-  The, blacksmith across the road leaves  a half, shod mule aud comes to the'door  of his dingy shop, wiping his" grimy  hands upon the sides of his leather apron;  the \oung women iu the muddy wagon  remove their suubouuets and smooth rebellious wisps of hair, giggling with excitement.  The loafers jump from platform and  barrels, close their pocketknives and  strain their eyes down the track.  A rapidly approaching column of  smoke is seen around the curve back of  Henderson's ' woods; a small boy,, far  down the dusty pike leans over the dash'  of his rattling wagon and belabors his  gaunt horse with 0 stick.  n Two short, metallic^shrleks, the clangor of a bell, and the fast mail whizzes  past with a jarring rumble of wheels, a  streak of varnished .woodwork and glittering glass and metal, leaving behind it  a dust tilled vacuum.  '  The blinking countrymen, holding fast  to hats, gaze after its quivering rear platform with awe.  The brass   bound   mail   pouch   hurtles  | through the air, skates along the cinders  | beside  the  track   aud  brings  up  against  i the red cattle shoot, where it is pounced  I upon by three .small boys.      ,  |     With   it   the   agent   plows   across   the  I dusty  road,   followed  by  the crowd;  the  I cling clink of the blacksmith is resumed,  j aud  one's  impression of  the station   re-  I solves itself into a  vista of shimmering  "heat    waves,    whitewash   and    gleaming  rails and hot yellow dust.  Tht mail has come.���Chicago Record.  All dampness should be kept away  from the bees during the fall and winter.  Tarred paper makes a good lining for  the bottoms to prevent mice from entering. {  Each hive should have a good bottom  board, which should be plaued smoothly  and painted.  - Hives should be set about two inches  above tlie ground.'"'with an embankment  level in front. ,'   ,  New combs that are pure waxi and  have not beeu used tire not liable to be  infected with worms.  Worms will infest empty combs and  utterly destroy them if away from .lhe  protection of the bees.  , Bees abhor being motested at night.  No work can be done ,with them at ibat  time with'any satisfaction.  If there is less than 2"j pounds of honey  in the hive at the end of the honey sen-  son, feeding will be necessary.  ' As much as possible avoid working  with bees ,on cold, cloudy days. At that  time they are more apt to be irritable.  Honey that has been well ripened in  the hive before being taken out is much  better than taken out as soon as capped.  If at any time a hive of bees is examined and there is not brood in all of its  stages, it is a sign that the queen is dead.  A good fall'flow of honey always places-  the bees in the best possible condition fm-  wintering.    Without it it is hard to keep  the djcs in condition.���St. 'Louis Republic. "      .  Kennedy  for   "Burns and   Scalds.  ' Acoidenta are liable to occur 'ac any  time. Your child or yourself may become scalded or burned at the most- unexpected moment. , That is why Griiliths'  Menthol . Liniment should be kcpT, in  every home. , Its soothing effect is fell  the minute applied, and is unequalled'by  any other remedy.' Sold by all druggists.  25 cents. ' '  ll>I SHORT SERMON.  1 ��V.K *A ���>   1  f m A'Prominent American Divine  *J "���    'on an Important Subject., ,  i-.  , \., < .^"Toronto,   Ont.,     Doc.���It , is    not  Y"'", every cleigymau who   shows  such  a  ^'^"gfeauino aud kindly desire   to  benefit  j l J itijfiel low-men, as does   thc   ono   who  ; "^ V, "WTites the   letter  that' follows.    The  (.���s*,, ^person who is in a  condition   similar  '^l", to'that of liev. Mr.   Glass,   aud   who  j     ^ reads this letter, can have   no  excuso  ���\ forAfurther   suffering.    The   minister  f   i    shows tho way out, aud it is  open   to  *   ftU'who choose to take it:  f Thousand Island Park, July 22, 1899.  1- '^-The* Arnold Chemical Co.  i   1  ,.        Dear   Sirs.���Ac   the   beginning    of  V (  this month  my   constitution   was   so  much run down that I had to get leavn  ���     .    of absence from my   congregation   for  four months     I left New York on the  .,l 10th inst.,   and   while   in   Toronto   I  , ,     f RwDr. Arnold's English Pills adver-  ,   , tised in the News and bought a box of  1   them       When   I   commenced   taking  ���ithem my condition  was   snch   that I  \ ', could not (deep, and my  appetite .was,  'very poor, but before  I   had   finished  r\ the box I could sleep1 well, and   enjoy  a good meal, and now  I  feel   like  a  new man.    In tho   first   place   I  feel  1 * (      indebted to the Toronto News for put-'���  * tinjr. me on the right track, and in the  second   place   I   think   Dr. .Arnold's  '       English Pills tho best medicine I ever  took  ,       ,     Enclosed please find two dollars  for  ,   '\which you will please send   me   three  * l -"boics of your pills to the address  be-  1 low  ' Yours most respectfully,  (Ilov.) J. O. Glass, D. D.,  Thousand Island Park.  Di Arnold's English Toxin Pills,  the only medicine on earth that cures  disease by killing the germs that  enuso it, aro sold by all drnggists at  '75c a bov, sample size 25c., or sent  postpaid on receipt of price, by The  Arnold Chemical Co., Limited, Canada Lrfe Building, 42 King Street  West, Toronto.  I Tbe "Wronnr Gin an.  ��� "Some years ago," said a mart, "when  j the book 'As In a Looking Glass' was the  rage, there 0 was considerable outcry  against the work on the score that it  was immoral. TWs.led my friend's wife  to instruct her spouse on no account to  read the workc lie, ,as was natural,  rushed down town straightway and purchased the forbidden volume. At dinner  that night he said:  " 'Well. Sally, I don't see why you  didn't want nie to read that "Looking  Glass" book, for, although, I'.ve read,  through every page, 1 must say 1  couldn't find anything out of the way  -with it,' and he produced tho book he  had purchased, which turned out to be  Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking  Glass, and. What Alice Found"There.' "  "I can match-that story in kind," said  bis friend, "for' I remember about the,  1 same time a small niece of mine went  j to church, and on being nsked the text  1 on her return home, said it had been 'As  ! In a hooking Glass'!' ' Subsequent in-  I nuiry showed the--actual text given out  was: 'For now we see through a glass.  j darkly; but then face to face.'���I Cor.  ! xiii. li>."  HOW OUR FATHERS TAUGHT.         _,    ,   1 o  An    liitercstliipr/    UeMc    of    Dear    Old  Childhood'�� Day*. '  ,'  A western man was on a visit to his  eastern cousin and his host was entertaining him by showing the (family  heirlooms. , 4,  "See this., old gun." he said. "It  taught me my first lesson In arithmetic." ���, , , ������ .   ',,  "liow?" his .guest asked curiously.  "It's dead easy.    Guess."  "Father promise to let you shoot.it  on your next birthday?"  "Xo.",       ' ���* .        '  "Point it at your head'If you didn't  count correctly?" (    ,  "Nothing of the kind."    ' '   .  "Shoot,you through your left ear?"  "No. ,We do not believe Iu pierced  ears.',' ,    ''  "Then 1 give it up," the westerner  said, with a deep sigh.  "Oh," his cousin replied, repressing  a broad grin.- "He laid the gun away  and used the ramrod."���Life.  r?    "  '���   - Knew What He Needed.  Canvasser���I have here a work��� ;  Master of the nouse���I can't read."  Canvasser���Hut your' children-  Master of the House���1 have no children���triumphantly���nothing but a cat.  Canvasser��� Well.- jou   want .something to throw at the cat.  lie took the book.���Tit-Bits.  Have   their   blood  enriched,  their  ' heart  strengthened and their,  cheeks rosy by using* Milburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills.  Insufficient quantity or poor quality of  the blood is one of the evil results tbat  usually follow any derangement of tho  heart.  If the heart becomes weakened in .any  way it cannot pump the blood to the lungs  as it should, there to bo purified anil impregnated .with the life-giving oxygen.  As a result tho  blood, deteriorates.  It loses its nourishing, vitalizing,  health-giving qualities. The face becomes pale, thin  and waxen, the lips  bloodless, the hands  and feet cold.  There is weakness, tiredness'  shortness of breathand palpitation. When  those suffering from thin or watery blood  start taking Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills they are assured of a cure.., Every  dose acts on the heart itself, causing it  to beat strong, steady and regular. (  Every dose, too, introduces into the  blood those vilal elements necessary to  make it rich and red.  Soon the pale cheek takes on tho rosy  hue of health, thero is strength instead of  weakness, energy and activity take tho  place of tiredness and hesitude.  Miss M. Slcullion, 50 Turner Street,  Ottawa, Out., saya : "I was greatly  troubled with my heart, together with  extreme nervousness for many years.  These complaints ' brought about great  weakness and feeling of tiredness. My  blood was of poor quality, so much so that I  became piilo and -languid. "Milburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills cured me after all  else failed, They built up my system,-  enriched my blood, strengthened my  nerves and restored rae to health."  THE .MUSICAL  ASS.  FEAR  OF LIGHTNING  STORMS.  in J ECONOMY  The  N'ervont    Pfrionii    Often  'The keen s-iflfi ing which some imd ergo,; |T A \{   IB    1 Nt*   Greatest  jiist in advanir- of or .luring a  ihim.l-r- , V*i4U WA/Zit JU     , .   , L  _r  Light of  lorin is of a .'.i.il  ikiU.u'.    The m-iii-i- uf,   r     A  TI/fT) ' *��  loi-r-ndiug   danger   -Innns   and   r.-r. hies. ,  1    ZVI?! f Jjfi^mt^     the   Age.  iut there i:> :\l>o a  d.-piession 'of si.iiiH ��� >�����*���*������'''��.'��*  ��� HAD LA GRIPPE.���Mr. A. "NTckerson,  farmer, Dutton, writes: "Last winter L  had la grippe, and It left me with a  severe pain in the small of' my back and  hip that used to catch me whenever" I  tried to climb a fence. This lasted for  about two months, when I bought a. bottle of Dr Thomas' Eclectrio Oil and used  it both internally and externally, morn-  Jng and evening, for three days, at the  expiration of which time 1 was completely cured."  Literary Notom From BUlrlilo.  One of our leading authors was kicked by a mule while peacefully plowing  yesterday.  Our most successful novelist has  banked-all his potatoes and sold his  cotton for enough cash to publish his  next book.  Our history of the late war ii a failure!. We found two men who were In  it, but they were running so fast they  didn't have time to see anything.  A hot literary supper will be given  by the Authors' club ou Tuesday  evening next. All members are hereby  notified that a full attendance Is desired, and If the liquor, holds out we  are bound to have it���Atlanta Constitution. . '        ''. ���  DirinrlvnntniiCri  of Domestic  Service.  "Will you tell mo frankly." he asked,  -"why you object to domestic service?  Isu'r it preferable to office work?"  "Iu some respects it is." she admitted.    1 ' r  "T.lien why do you prefer the latter'.-"  "Well." she replied, "it's just this  way: An employer sometimes marries  his typewriter, doesn't he?"  "Sometimes."  "And he never even has occasion to  employ a domestic servant until he la  married, has he?"  "U111, no-o; not as a general rule."  "Elence the advantage of office  work." she exclaimed triumphantly.���  Chicago Post.  Some Keep' On.  "1 suppose." said the young man  who was being shown through the  magazine odice "that every oue who  sends you a poem or a story which you  are compelled to decline stops taking  your publication as soon as his or her  manuscript is returned."  "Oh. no. Indeed," the editor replied.  "If that were so. we wouldn't havo  any subscribers left."���Chicago Times-  II era Id. ���   ' The table which  I iio\v (irr-sent  Occurred 10 nit- liy accirtent  And, whether b.i(i or e.-.cvileiic, .  ls merclt* ��o l>v aci-idcnl.  A gtupid ass this inoniiuif went   .  ' Into a Geld by accident  '    And cropped his food aiiri was content  1 Until he spied liy accident  A flute which some oblivion? iji'nt  Had '.eft behind by accident.  When, sniflliiff it with eager s-.-ent,  '    lie breathed on it iiv acti.U-rl  And made the hollow tiislniment  ., Emit a sound by an idem.  "Hurrah, hurrah!" <-.\clalined lhe brute.  "How cleverly 1  pl^ved the tlutt!"  ' A foiri.'tn spite of nature'; bent.  M'iy shine for oih-c-���b}���!ii-r-i,'ei)i.  ���-I'rorn    the   Spanish   of   Tomas    Yrcarw   b/    R  linelilitf. -   T  A ftECOGS^ZBD Klilj UL A TOR. ���To  bring ihe digestive org<uu, Luio symmetrical ivorking is the aim of physicians  when' they find a patient suffering from  stomacliic'irreguiarities, and for thispur-  pose they can pre.-oribo nothing better  than Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, which  will be found a pleasant medicine of surprising virtue in bringing the refactory  organs into suhjection and restoring  them to normal action, in which condition only can they perform their duties  properly. ''  A Perfect Godl  ,'M!en think that God should avert the  effect of their foolish and wicked  blunder's, yet expect to go right on repeating their follies. If God should  conform His will to their notions, they  would monopolize all His time and  service. Because it is written and  proven that "whatsoever a man aoweth  that shall he also reap." Many hard  things are spoken against him. But a  perfect God makes .possible a perfect  faith.  i ' ,  No trait of character is more valuable  to a woman than the possession'of a  sweet temper. Home .'can never be  hapjn- without it. It is like the flowers  that spring.up in our pathway, reviving nnd cheering us.  1 in  In;  which is physical nn.l u-al bioiif-ht about  by some ��� as yet uuk-imvii t'elalinn be ,  tv.-een the nervous -\>u-m and conditions <  of air pressure, humidity aud purity. The \  suffering dut- t" drpn'.-Viou aud partial j  exhaustion requires irc.ni those who are',  s>irouK sympathy latiiei  than 1 idiculc. I  The suffering due to alarm and frigbt. ,  however, is uiiHece>-<ary. It is largely*  the work of the uunginaiion. To a nervous nature there is something appalling j  iu the wicked, spiteful jiieuin of the light- I  ning and the crash and tumult of ihun J  der. But such a one should remembci 1  that the flash is almost always far dis- |  taut aud that thunder cau do no more j  damage than the low notes of a church \  or;';an.       ' ' ')  The question is, often asked, "Do trees 1  protect?"     The   answer   is   lhat   the   de- \  grees  of* protection   will,,vary   with   the'  character   of   the   tree   and   its   distance  from ii'water course.   A'11 oak is more lia  ble to lightning stroke than a beech.   The  character'of'the wood,'- the area uf leafage,  the  o.Meiu  and   depth of  root,   will  determine the liability to stroke.  Another question which is ofteu asked  is whether there is danger aboard a large  .steamship during a thlmdersiurin. ' Ou  the contrary, there an* few ��afer places.  Suhicietit metal with proper siiperlichil  area is interposed in the path of thi*  lightning and its electrical energy convened into harmless beat aud rapidly  dissipated.  Accidents occur chietty because the,victims ' generally .place themselves 'id the  line of greatest strain anrl thus form part  of tho path of discharge. For this reason  it is not wise' to stand under trees.' neai  flagpoles or mast*--.*in doorways, on porches, close to fireplaces or near barns.  Those who are uot exposed in any of  these ways may feel reasonably safe. 'It  should tie remembered .in the event of accident that lightning does not always kill.  It iiioivo ft on results in suspended animation than in somatic death. Tlierefoie. in  case of accident, try to restore aainiaiiou.  keep the body warm and send for a physician without delay.���Century.  ���-������rXtim OUK  ..:<>��� tueutanm  Q  CUUV��g.  AiRHixen  EtNE��ATINGTtP  EiNeRATINGtUOft  '-���~OTQP MfKLUC. /  -���"BuRNca  Gives upward*i of 80 candle power of Italu for s��  hours at a coat nf 70. xarLIVE AGENTS  WANTED THROUGHOUT CANADA.  THEToronto Auer Light Co.umited.,  101 TONGEST., TOKONTO.  Mnsic nt  tlomc.  "Do you play any instrument, Mr.  ilimp?"  '"Yes; I'm a 'cornetis't."  "And your sisterV" "  "She's a pianist." ,     -  "Docs your mother play?"  '   ".She's a zitherist."   ���  "And your father?".'  "He's a pi'Qgj���"���>���:''���"   ���     .���  '.   ���,   ,���  Tho superiority of Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator is shown by .its good effects  on the children. Purchase a bottle  and give it a trial.  Bruln'i Ernl>urriin*inei>t.  AT   THE  WINNIPEG BUSINESS COLLEGE  We teach Shorthand, all  Ilufliiiesit  Sub*  Jectn'and   Telegraphy.      No r Holidays   lit  Xmas     Individual  Instruction.    Studenti  may enter at, any time.    Oft Purticulara.  G. W. DONALD, Sec.  *' ��� *������������"���       ��� Mil������    ������������IM ^      ���      lllll-HWUllll  NATIONAL   LIFE ASSURANCE  CO. OF CANADA.  Aarwifl WAimin ix Unref*ussk*tbd Dis-raicx*  NARES & ROBINSON,  WINNIPEG, MAN;  Managers "Slau. anil "N". W. 4s  LUCAS, STEELE & BRISTOL  Importers of Groceries  Whte US, Hamilton.Oiit-.  Tirolo Teas    r    .  L. S. & B. Coffees  "L.S.& U. Extract*  "US. & B. Spices   -   *---        '        I..�����  w.   n    u.   254  eoot  Bruin���Tbe deuce! How'd you ever  get in that position? We'll have an  awful time getting you out.���New York  World. .    t  Cores cause intolerable pain. Hollo-  way's Corn Cure removes the trouble.  Try it and see what an amount of pain i��  saved.  THE MOST DURABLE  ON THE MARKET.  HIGH GRADE PLOWS, SEEDING MACHINES.  Carrhifre-, *v\ n^ons, l"tarrow��. Windmills,  &c.    COCKSHUTT  FLOW CO.,  Winnipeg.  The curiosity of others enables some  men  to make a good  living.���Chicago  Severe colds are easily cured by the use  of Biekle's Anti-Consumpiive Syrup, a  moiiioino of extraordinary penetrating  and healing properties. It ib acknowledged by tnose who have used it as beiug  die best medicine sold for coughs, colds,  and nil affections of the throat and chest.  Its ngreeableue.-s to tho taste make* it a  favorite with ladies and children.    "  ' Haao a Fdllure of the Jsb.  "Why did she marry him?"  "Because she thought he needed reforming."' '���  "Aud why did she leav�� him?"  "Because be still needed it."  As usual, she had learned that as ft  refprni measure marriage Is not alvrays  a glittering success.���Chicago Post.  A  Mo��!<*riit<* Mn����.  !".IIo\v-niuch Is this soup a cake?"  "Take two for l.'i vents."  "Two?' Do you think I buy soap by  :be wholesaleV"--I-'lh'g(.*ude Biattoi'.  Couldn't sleep at nlgM  with the torture.  Eczema, or Salt Rheum as it Is  often called, is one of the most  agonizing- of skin diseases, nothing  but torture during- the day and twofold torture at 'nig-ht.  But there's a remedy permanently  cures the worst kind of Eczema-  relieves the itching-, burning- and  smarting- and soon leaves the skin  ���smooth and healthy. ,.'  It is Burdock Blood Bitters.  Mrs, Welch, Grcenbank, Ont.,  tried it and here is what she says:  "B.B.B. cured me of Eczema three years  ago and I have had no return of it siricc.  I was :��o bad that I could not sleep at night  with it.  '' Being told of B. B. B. I tried it, and two  bottles made a perfect and permanent cure."  Reimon   l"*or  Her Gratltnde.  "You've no Idea how grateful I am to  you." she said after he had proposed.  "Crt-titol'iil!" he exclaimed. "Am I to  understand, then, th.it you accept me?"  "So; hardly that." she replied. "But  I have uow had more proposals than  any other girl in our set. and I can't  tell you how that pleases me."���Chl-  cairo Post.  GOOD DIGESTION SHOULD WAIT  ON APPKTiTK.���To have tlio stunach  well is to have t,ho nervous system well.  Very delicate aro tho digestive organs.  In some ho sensitive lire ttiey that atmospheric chai ges affect them. When tbey  necome disarranged no better regulator is  procurable than ��� Parmelee's ��� Vegetable  Pills Thev '.will assist the digestion so  that the hearty outer will suffer no inconvenience and will derive ull tho benefits  of his food.  Tin? Self Reliance of Anirrlcriiii.  Above nil the American is 'personaI. He  is responsible, to himself. He i.s .ready to  deelare at any time. "My deeds upon my  head." Some of 'us go to church. We  read in otir service books. "From all evil  nnil mischief, from sin, from the crafts  and assaults of the devil.-good Lord, deliver us." We know that this is only a  form of words. We rely upon nothing  iniangihle.' We have the words and'the  habit of repeating them by iuht��*ritauee.  We' trip over them while we accept noth'r  iiig Dei gratia, nor do we shirk ourlown  responsibility in affairs hy pleading n.i'spe-  eial order of Providence. The child i.s  taught that if he walks into mischief and  is eatight at it the excuse that he was uu-  iluly persuaded into evil doing will not  save him from the retributive slipper.  'I'hi* ���school and .('olloge hoy- utid girl pay  flu- piper personally for nil unlawful  dancing. The man behind the plow, lhe  man behind the counter and the man behind tho gnu know that results depend.���-  Self Culture.  Creatures of Circumstance,  Ouce upon a time there was a Boy  whose Neighbors were all very sordid.  These Neighbors would not.suffer the  Boy to destroy their property, no matter what the occasion.  -So the Boy grew up without' ever  having achieved any Halloween pranks  to speak of.  "Alas!" cried the Boy, when he had  become an obscure and unimportant  Man. "We are "what circumstances  make us!"  This fable teaches us to be kiud to  children.���Detroit Journal.  Empty.  "Yes," she said. "Miss Willington  spoke of ybu at our party yesterday  afternoon."  "Did she?" he nsked. straightening  up and talcing an interest in things.  "What did she say about me7"  "She said your countenance always  reminded her of an open car on a  frosty day."���Chicago Times-Herald.  I  DOMINION    LANDS  SCRIP   FOR   SALE.  ..  Write   us   for  full   informatioa.     Yet  oan SAVE  JIONKY.  VV.    H.    SPR0ULE&   COMPANY,  Real Estate and Financial Broker*,  375  Main'St., Winnipejf.  THE ONLY PRINTERS' SUPPLY H0U8T  m THE NORTHWEST  We keep a large stock always on hand of TfR^  PRINTERS' MATERIA! ��-��<i PRINTERS' MA-  SH1HERY; can ��t oat Daily or Weekly Papuan  >r Job Outfits on few hoars' notice. W�� atat  ���upply READY-FS'MTS; STEREO-PLATES, -w*  PAPER *.'d CARD STOCK.  EVERYTHING FOR THE PRINTER  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Limited.  175   Owen St., Winnipeg.  J.  D.  O'BRIEN.  HltOKEK   IIS  Grain, Provisions and Stocks  Prlva e Wto Connection wi h ft'l Leadinjr  Markets. Grain andSecurii lesBought,Soldsud  C rriod . 11 Marc ns. C r. sno- deuce Solicited.  Private Cypher Code Furnished upon Appli-a-  Lion.  148 Princess St., Winnipeg, Man.  P. O. DKAWliK  1887.  ��� ���. ��� AFTER   TREATMENT   WITH   THE  NEW CONaiTlToTIONAr. KEMEJOY.  .-' There h<ive been so many failures in the  treiitment- of cancer, bo many recurrences  after the use of tho knife or piaster, so .many  instances of the diseaso returning in a short  timo after it has been supposed to bo cured,  that thoso who suffer from this;deadly malady aro apt to bo discouraged and, exe aim,  "There is nothing can cure.mo; I might just  as well give up."  But stop a moment. We claim that the  new constitutional remedy, our Vegetable  Cancer Cure, can radically and permanently  remove every trace of tho disease, unless it  is in tho last stages. ���.'.-.  " "But. claims are of no value," you say.  "No, not ,'imless,!'they, arc backed up by  truth, and we havo tho proof in our possession that demonstrates������ beyond all question  that we can cure cancer aud that it remains  cmvd."  ���., If you will send us two stamps we will  send you copies of letters from persons  cured soyeral years ago, who are perfectly  well today. We could not furnish .stronger  evidence as to tho pos tive and permanent  curative value of our pleasant homo1 remedy.  Don't you think it worth your while to at  least invesiigato tho merits of our claims?  STOTT & J DRY, Bowman ville, Out. Men-  tion thia paper.  DO NOT PAY GASH1  Pay in SCRIP for Dominion Lands and  Save-20 per Cent. Discount;  For full  information apply to  Alloway &. Champion,  BANKERS   AND   BROKERS  Winnipeg. J  Or to anyofik-eof the jMEROlIAKTS' BANK  Ob"1 CANADA, or the UNION BANK OF,"  CANADA in  "Manitoba or the Woijt.  PT'-���~-    "  'j' ��� >,'..'����� . '.   ''    ' '.���;~.-"*<^c3an^...... .<rv��;-  Por IH.n ircitUii.  Solitaire���Aguinaldo seems to he putting on lots of style. A Manila dispatch says he has gone to the mountains to spend the summer.���Ohio Jotir-  ual. i.   ������'���."   "  His AliMeiitmliiclt'iliies*!.  A little girl, who was. trying to tell  a friend how abseutuiindod her grand-.  pa was,'.said,"Ho walks around, thinking about nothing, nnd, when hi'; remembers it. he then forgets that what  he thought of was something ([entirely  different from what he wanted to ro-  luember."���Boston  Christian   Kegister.  "��1  AT  Yk)  Y  '���M  ���' i\  "SI  Cftl  ;|  ' .I  ���I  ���<?a  ifSn '���* J\t. irtt-l-1  u  "* ^lllSTS- J-'J.JL' '"J.'^fjlffrS   l*J J  llih  iii-J 1 IL'  "^r^afi'rae^jraansssgr.inge^^  .LijiiiJiiii.  l-?*~*��3rras37CS  *'.k  ',VCi"C  lu fi: .  "YY  .'m  a wi  "I ���  too.  didn  ���*T'<  If 1  on  wov.  real  get  pay   '  my  jirai  "1  ,  sioi "  He: v  I?   '  :  he.    "  for  '  .. i   i  v.-1  th:   ��  no  ,   ih<   '.  to  ' w-r  '  of'    .  Io    ��� f ���  er  ���ol, '!  pi i,'  sl '  Ie '  e>  ���  n '   .' ���  u    ,. ���  C  Published in tbe interest of tbe people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  I*. .}. SMYTH & CO.,    -  Publishers.  Will  BATES OP SDIMCHJPTION.  One Year..  .."J2.00.  SATURDAY,  FEB.  3,   1900.  JOSEPH VEI-DEHSTADT, Prop.  Lager beersoid  by the  Keg or dozen  bottles-  Bottled Beer  in Stock.  Judge Stewart has overruled the  motion for a new trial in the case of  Paul Corcoran, tbe Coeur d' Alene  laborleader serving a 17-year sentence  for murder. ,  corux "sioyik.  ���J- "No. 400*5.  "Meets on the first aud  rhird ���Tliur.'Viay of eat*  month. Viiitinijbrethren invito*! ro attend.  F. J. SMYTH, C. It.       LEWIS THOMSON". F. S.  iVii ivi-uii  Wholesale   and  Retail Butchers.  Outside Orders Given'StrictAttention.  Moyie   Miners1   Union  ���TSrO*. ���7X-  Meet-s in McGregor hall,every Tuesday  New Denver' Ledge:    Many people  find fault with  unions.    Unions  may  make mistakes',, and  cause trouble  at  times, but if   labor   did   not   protect  itself it would soon be in tbe sump of  dispiiir   while   capital   would   be   so  swelled up that you could  no6  eee it  for fat.    -.  Assa'yer and  Metallurgist,  evening.     Sojourning    members.' are  cordiaily^invitod to attend.  Ji. L. HOIXIRTER,  Pries.  SHOPS   AT  ���UW MD PLANING MILL  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles. . .  \V. P. Hocking,  Cor. Sec'y  J.  R. COSTIGAtf, Q,. C  MOYIE,    B. C.  FOR I'EICBS APPLY   OR  WHITE  G. R. MUIK, Mgr.  Fernie Fort Steele  .Cranbrook Moyie Wardner  "B.  C.  In the provincial parliament atVic*-'  toria a few days ago Kellie gave  notice oi a bill to regulate (he .length  of hair to be worn by employees iu  irnnes*. lie is no doubt copying the  strategy of -Branster, who electrified  the commons with measures in similar terms directed against the Chinese  pest.  01-j-ice.   Baok of Commerce Bldg,  CRANBROOK,'  B.C.  THE   POST   OFFICE  ���p^r ^zTfsrzp^cfyc z!y? *p ^i-^-jr-j-r-zj-i ��$s-2$s -z^s-^-rz^r^jy "tyrz^ri^ty- j^^.ity^v  r*  K  E  H  ������h'  wm.*- wutwima  , While Lord Roberts is 07 >ears ol'd,  Alexander the Great died at 32, Hannibal was most successful at 31. Caesar  won Pbarsala. at 48. Napoleon at ..the  lieigth of his power was 40. Wellington won Waterloo a146. Washington  Was commander in-chief "-il 43. Grant  ->vub *13 when Lee surrendered,- and Lee  ' Wan 58 und "Sheridan '.vas famous at 84.  ���    MERCHANT TAILOR,  0RANBBOOK.  Repairing Neatly ond  Promptly  Ex-  .   '   ecuted.    Special Attention Given  to Mail Orders,  Suits/ jMade to   Order.  MUG AND  OTATIOXERY .STORE. F,  Patent medicines,  toilet  articles, office  stationery  ���*��� ^r,����.����.   ^  ancl school  supplies. . . .  LEWIS THOMSON, Le(id1,0 LmR^.: ,{ you v,,nt B book j|  ��� NotarY'PunLro. Acopux-  a6k fo'r il Rnc* *t will b'e  procured for  $  CokmssioxVAxi) jyou witIlout dela3'- ���   J  it i'ays to Di^tr. wiTn  B   Qt    HOPE &" BEATTIE,  Cheumsts and Drufjglsw,  MOYIE. ,n. 0      . '���  I COSMOPOLITAN  .'     .  ii        .. n,  HOT!  Th'e only house in East Kootenay  heated throughout with liotair.  First class iu every respect. Special  rates to boarder*--. Good sample room  for commercial men.  European plan.    Open "day and night.  TAJ*"'!-,  Iksitiiaxce Agent.  Moyie,  W. F. GlTKD,  .SMAt,vVm.HCU*:AVli\ I'rojiH.  M.VKRISTEIt, SOJ.IOITOR, ETC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C.  .AT G*. H. MINER'S'  it  ^���jrfz .^.rf/.rf-f-V-Jr j^.-rf/^^^-i.tfJz^-^jsvzj^.-A' sft-jfts^-zjA,: i/.-1-^-r^^.M-r^i ���*rf* jftrjft  GRANBROOK, - -' B. C.  1  I  if  ^  A- STAPHENSON,  The    Spokesmac'-Revicw   cchtrasts  tho cum'brous  bUg'gage  oi   a   British  ���Soldier with' the' simple outfit; of a pro's-  ���jjector,   iiit'd  remarks-./'The  scic-nce  i>i wflr is imveriect   whsh ft   fails   to  traitf soldiers   to   it'espense ' iff   field  . Service v?ith* all luxury snd trim down  ilieir   riece'fSsitieS.   A  thousand   men  picked from the hills, trails and cabins  6f British  Columbia,  would  give  tbe  t^ueen better service in   South   Africa  than she will get lrom 10,000 city men  lrom London.'' *-    .   .  Architect, Contractor and  Builder; Complete plans  Furnished and Estimates  , Given on all kinds'of J work  free of charge. '    .,  Moyie, B. O.  UNION BARBER SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS."  McVittie & Hutchison,  Fire1 and Life'assurance. Min.  Broker?. Land Surveyers and  Conveyancers, and Notaries  Public. ' '   c  "Leave Orders at Leader  Office. SIOTES?-  remne'r.  A FULL -LIN"B OF  CRAWBROOK^B^a  T. B. COLLIXS, I��i-op.  MOYIE,. B. C.  1  t  i  P'  Tramp3 in Atchison, Kansas", are  provided with comfortable beds' and  meals, and are required to work a  stated period ol time for the assistance  tenth-red by the city. Baths nre sup-  ph'ci, razorc furnished and every fac-  ihl\ afforded fo'r �� goo'd clean1 up.  Breaking of macadam for the streets  is the employment given, If a tramp  returns  & secbh'd  time/ -he  works  a  PATROHKE  WHITE LABOR *  , i        i ,  ,'By Sonding Your"5\*ork To, tlie  You  will fiud a  full line of  general   hardware,  including  Stoves, Tinware,  Agateware, Oils,  Paints, Glassware  "   ' A Call Solicited.  aiKsteor ix co"S"sectiox.  , Moyie, B, O.  Drygoods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware,  Groceries, Flour, HayJ and Oats.  LkI-T-ER OIIDERS ^ItOJlITLY ATTJEXDED  TO  PRICES   RIGHT.  .'     "PHILIP CONRAD,'Prop,  OOOB -WORK. PRIOBS B13AS0>!:AUIJ':  ^XO^T-JSS-ES^  longer period, and for "a tn'ifd return  ho" is s&ri(- to fen. Citizens ar5 fofbicl-  den to render liny assls'tan'c^ io persons asking for afcf,'  ''.--',. ,7n��i.'.>v;\-i  ar-Aor��a��.fj istmijiiutjm���  \  lr  1  0  tl  (  d  o  &  it  v  a  S  ' J.   Roderick ��� Robertson    in'3    h'i's  lackey, A. M. Belt tie/ made  a dismal  .failure ih their attempt last' week  to  impart rn'en' frofn'  the  coast!' to  work"  jn tbe EnterpnaV mine on Srocrl'n l&lic.  When ths'-rren fou'n'd   tlfey ha'cl   been'  deceived,  44 out Of tho 50' {elnied  t'b  go to work.   Tli'cy iiad been lijfa., ihat  there t/ere no  trouble  in  tn'o"  fe'locan  .and that the prsvailingj *srag6o  vvas $'3  per day.    There were only five or  six  miners among the 50, the others being  3ailors,    lumbermen,    clerks,    roustabouts, etc.    Yot this was the  comlii-  nation formed to take dividends out of  the Enterprise, where the rook is said  by miners to be  the hardest north of  Rossland.  For your outfit."    The largest stock in  East Kootenay.'  Seid &CO.,-  CltAMJROOK, B, C.  ��m* &r-ltar.VlBJH hfVrHM,y.M, n.., w.���^��������� , liwiinil.���  ���"." >     t I ���     A"     ' i ,     '  K. It. .V X. Co's Timo Card  ,J.it'my,t^kpy~Leixvea Nelson  '?/ ^'nncri' Ferry Tuesdays and Sat,-  uy}>'~ys '���}}- "i ii.'m.,,meeting steamer Jn-  tcrnaf.jcnal1 from Kaslo at Pilot Bay.  -.-;  ���   . r"  ���  ���  -   I    . ��� i   -,   ' , -    .  Returning leaves Bonners Ferry  at  8 d. m. Wednesdays and Sundays.  ROBT. IRVING, Manager.  t;  fi  {  i:  \)  d  0  c  h  h  1<  ,'c  .ti'"  i<  ���A Jfow Newsimjier Directory for 1900.  Wc have received from the publishers  The   Central   Pracc  Agency,   of  Toronto, a co]j*/ of tbeir Directory  of  Canadian Newspapers for 1900.    This  is the first issue of such a directory by  the Company  referred   to.   and  it  is  Very creditable to their dilligence and  enterprise.    The   obtaining of  information for such a work moans a lot of  energy and   patience,  and  the   book,  carefully compiled as it appears,to   be,  cannot fail tc be a  most useful"  work  of reference by advertisers and all who  wish to obtain information  respecting  (im publications of L'unada  and   Nc-u-  fO'indliind.    Ip.    addition   to  detailed  devGrifJijoti'i'iiikll periodioala and  the  ���phi.'.*.- 7/ere issued, there, are- li'oCjs  by  coiHities;    classified   lists   u'utW  all  beuds, et'c,fi, bssi'qeo. spmrqary ,.o/.^^lic  postage law, cue'to/ns rates on prin'tSro  hi.itenul and other useful information,  till, lj()(jk >9 well arranged and printed  iofs credit to the publishers.  M0Y1E,    EASTK00TENAY,'B. C.  The above hotel is  neatly   furnished.  * i    �� , *  Board $5.00 per week  Per day $1.00 and up,  The bar is supplied with  the hest'brands of Liquors and Cigars   tort Steele Mercantile  COMPANY. (Lou-rib.)  JEWELRY,'  Just received a splendid line  of fine jewelry and sUverware  for the holidays. A suitable  ' stock tb select an Xmas prep-  en t from,  W. F. TATE;  CjuwiirtooK.-B. C. JE\VELER.  m  IS   ���   KEOE  AXD  BOTTLES.-  BREWERY;  -BKEW-ERS* OF��� ' '  FINE LAGER   BEER  AND PORTER ...  ,  On��BR8  PROMPTLY Al^kiTDKD to.  R.Rie tisi-er and Co., Props.  WELSOiM, B. C  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made tb Order.  R; A; SMITH,      Moyie:  NEXT BOOK TO'liLACKSSlITn suor.  r. a. Mcdonald,  CON TRACTOR and BU1LD/CK.  Plant- and   speci/ications  given   on   short,   notice.  Union wages paid for skilled labor.  Moyie; B. C:  z**&**���*-t*Mr*vwwr'*m.+*xErMtz ��  Prices Given  tod   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the' Printing  iLine "apt  "Wc cany comi.lele lines o��  Men's Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  and Liquors. . .  Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.  Cranbrook,  J'ort Stoolu  Warilnor.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  A"ND SOO���PACfFfC LIME.  Single  Fare   Ketuni  ���TO-  CUT OUT AND-SEND TO US.    NO, 30.  fitand Winter Carniv  LATTNDRY.  (rood  wanhing.    No chemicals   used.  Prices heap cheap.    Near Moyie hotel.  ���*wwwiflwjimiw  I/O  ;���.-    ������'].' ^.-''J-^V,:-' '  ���������'���  "(CJ.XIZEIT OF CANADA)-  "V^'ci'li,.,  ]'H'.':i     I'Ud  :' I'l-'Ytt      ?('jl!'Kf.    Ol'IK:-;'?  'Picera cheacer. thaz:! atiybody. ' j,  E0SS1AB1)  Feb. 15.      to     Feb. 17',  i  Agents anjo PuusKfts.  R-Welstoke and Sbuth,  Fernie,and West  sjiTi,Rickets;ifRb.:. i2ih,;:i3]h,  M,t:^.i^h and, fcQtfi;', limitingf go-  .   !ta^ R9f^.^C{l. to  iea-yf-'. Jidw-  V}.:������]���. M.?; ���;.-:. ���",'..'   "���,,  ''  HEL80H, JAN. 20,'1900;'     :  ASSAT}B!M-(  Wanloil, aji'iirlnor.  To buy half inlre&t m brewery, or a  loan of $7700 dollars, on   good  ni treat.  Ob"joct,    to    increase     the      brewing  business.        .70S. NIEDERSTADT:  MINERAL   ACT  (foiui F.)  18(J(3,  ~*~a-  NELSON+,  B. C  PWography  Christmas    io  coming.     (Jet  your pictures   tako:i   to  Rt-nd  '. home.,  BREST,,; the. pljolo-  grapber, ���will visit "Mpyie .on  each::( Saturday;'..;1 Eiashlight  .pictures takeri-ai tlitr Moyio  or. at; your, rootii.  6t  iioussV  Leave your ..prdars, lit brio'e,  No time to,delay.    ].  ' Prest'M tio.y  t\ 1 ��� .-���  ���Ortiubrook,  ; Photographore,  Bloylc,     ITorfc Se��l<>r  Oi-amncATK ov JMi-fiovBatENTri.  NOTTCK.  .Sooiclj , Girl,   .Sky    Pilot,   Unnko Krnctlon,  DliimiHiri Jubilee, Ulaok IMiu*. Snipar, Klondike  niirl Hour Junction Miiioml  Olftinis silmtto in  tin.'- Fori, fjttoli* iMiiiiii;; IMviximi of liast ICooto-  iiuy DintTi'ct.  Wbcro jocnlcrl: -On Moyio Lake.  Tiikc, notice tliiil I, Tlios, T. "McVfUiu, |agent  ror Glwif. C. L'arruli, F.'  "M. O. No. 11 9G07, mul  'Winoihy.^iirrisll F,  M. C.   Ko. *T����   ,\1 t-rbo  MfiiL-r'i, Gj-rUiicniiJ No. II Oi'JU, intend, sixtyrlajs  ���from..the ^atolicroof,  (o��� i^jily  to  (lie Mining  Itritjonlur^or,u CcrUiientoof IiuprovcitioiitB, for  Uie piiriici/io of obtaining ncjrbwii Clnilit M. tho'  abovocliains, .... v-..  Aiidiuy>licr: tiiko lioirlrjc l;lint action, under  ac-utioa $!', muit bo cbxhmoucotl bofOro tho i��.  auaiicd di such 'Oorttfi(jilto of Jmprov-eiaou ts.  ;���',]'������',.. THOB. T. 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