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The Moyie Leader Jul 1, 1899

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 \l$.'&ffi<\l  i   -.f.."iy' ; ',_.r  7    i ���'*I-'v��u.-..���-;  b \V^"?;-  >���;;;��� /^'*,  f""1^"^}^  A  r*r  r  s  pp!DL. 2,"N0. J I.  StV.        "V'-'WS/tf i i  MQYIE,   B. C., JULY 1,1809.  YEA'R  ff ' ;^"iH>��Sl��;       f*^1i*i''**'.jaT.J*r. jr. ^ <*r .*��-  jgl^'^.^.^zZ.^'.^''.^'. ^.  s&.v  ^���^���N^^-^^^?^^? ^S^SK^V.  Jilt ".^"^^KOSs '  MOYIE LAKES ABJ) "M  P. A. O'Farrell Tells of  Their Beauty.  MOYIE'S PICTURESQUE-LDCATION  avj.\ck?:t to Tiifs 4?4K&P^  ts*!  f2/i^��THE C0MIN�� town of the Ftrxiras f  ���  ^s��      - ��� ~ ��� ' ,       m  ' rK��K '" All who wish to invest apply to ���", g.  E  All who wish lo invest apply to  G.  CAMPBELL, Moyie,  B. C  *P  [E   CANADIAN-.- BANK   OF-COMER  ' i - 0 1  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  IANBROOK BRANCH.' J.'-W. H. SMYTHE, MGR;  ' t ' ���  k  ' <?"'  The   only   house   in   East Kootenay ^  heuted^throughoul^with botair. ' ( ^  First class in   every respect.    Special jj  rates to boarders.    Good sample  room ^'  for commercial men. %  THE  x~ ���  ftOSOPMOLITAN  ISOTEL. '  European plan.    Open day and night,   jj   yond thp thought oryken "of   tlie   busy  Tlio   History or tire  JXscoveiy ol   tad St.  Eugt-iiD   Mine   i:c|:ttc(|    Hotter      ���  Than fiver   Before.  (I'. A. 0'J''arieil, in Vancouver WprlU.)   *  Moyie   has the  lovjicst  location" yf  any   tovyn   in   the  Kqotenays.,. For a  thousand ycare the praises of ICillarney  ��.s-"finality'* ljonja''   bjiye   been   8ung  IjyHIiu ppcts and  iruu'badour's   and' in  after ages there will   he   poets  galore  to sing tho praised and tho beauties of  Moyie lakes.   It ia only 10 miles from  the end of the upper' to the end ox the  lower lake; but while being wafted over  these waters you gaze on scenes of enchantment that bailie description   and  fill the mind vvith wonder and delight.  Its shores are  heaving,   rolling,  glorious   mountains, whereon   are  still  to  be seen, the   grand." primeval forests  that cover every slope  and ' crest   and  summit.    Midway, or at the   narrows,  the mountains to the cast and west of  Ihe lakes come almos.t close   together,  and   here   the   shadows   of" frowning  mountains are reflected   iu the  darkj  deep waters.    To the  south  and   east  of the narrows is a strip of  low  land;  less than 200 acres in  extent,' sloping  gently  from '.the   mountains   to   the  lake where it is broadest.    This is  the1  site of the infaut city of Moyie. There  is no lovlier. spot   on   the   continent,  and   the   Canadian    Pacific    railway  should build'one of their lovely .tourist  hotels at this spot, ,  Until a few  years  ago   none   but   the    Indian   or  .the  hunter after  game or   gold    knew   of  Moyie's lovely-lakes.    They   were  be  EMPORIUM.  HARDWARE,  grqceeie  produce!  S,  J  ��  S  ALL  KXNDS  OF  G  '    ��� DONE ���  TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY.  fr  &  k  " ,���PEOPlilEITOKS   OF-  T  CLOTHING-,  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES  '/STRICTLY' FIRST CLAS>S IN ALL DEPARTMENTS,  Oo2?- yiotoria St. ��Lxxca. Moyie Ave  as  ���3^:o'3rxs3? :o.'o��  mine in   Mexico,    he   found   that  his  partner    had   disappeared   and    that  pirates  had   come   along   and stolen  every pound of valuable ore out of the  mine.    Jim   Sullivan    had    killed    a  mpn in a drunken row. but he esceped  punishment by proving   to   tbo  satisfaction of   tbe   Now  Mexican  courts  that be had been  killed   in   a railway  accident. ' He  had   not   been   killed,  but   he   changed   his   name   to   ,Jim  O'Conuell,  aud   as   Pinnacle  Jim  of  Okanogan he was   known   to   all   the  old timers of the north   west.    A  few  months ago poor  Jirn   Sullivan   went  over to   the   majority,   killed   by   the  bullet of a pall  in   a 'drunken   brawl.  CrODin   and   Sullivan    are     type's.  When Cronin made money he realized  tlit   romance   of   his   life   when    he  journeyed   to   his   native   land   and  the lake a tunnel 2,500 feet long, will  tap the ore chute at a depth of 1,800  feet.     '  r The first 700 tons of ore shipped to  the Trail smelter netted $34- a _ton.  Duty amounting to $18 a ton was deducted from tlie gross profit. This  deduction for duty will be abolished  before'long, and then the St. Eugene  will take its place ampng the .richest  dividend paying mines. A- mill, that  will produce 40  ton's  of concentrates  Another Shipping JYline.     ' <���  Next week another mine v/ill be  added to Moyie's list of shippers. It  will be the Society .Girl, situated just  east of the St. Eugene, mine, .and ��o  far as can be determined traversed by  the same lead. The 'wagon ,road was  finished Thursday, and the first load  of ore will be hauled down over it  next Monday or Tuesday! The new  wagon road is about two miles in  length   and 'connects   with    the   St.  daily is being built on the  lake shore j Eugene road  just   below  that  mine]  right   under   the   mine.     An  aerial   This makes the distance  between  the  S4UALI. & MUSGKAVE/Props.  ^SS-'*"**-**"** J*"����ftute.rtz.rfr.sfejfc sir. rfz_rfr A-fe_A jrft.rfz^rtz.vfa ^ .rfj  ORANBKOOK, - -  B. C. $  $  ���ls*.s*.j*r.  V. DKSACLNIKK &;CO., I'rops.  Regular'Meals   Served in   the  Dining  Room, with  SifOKT   Ordp.ijs  between c  meals.  Headquarters for Commencial and  Mining Men.  WW^ffffi^^1'1^   AVENUB, ��� -    ���   MOYIE,   B. 0.  McOlJACICBN & iU(.��OKK,  I'Topriotors.  This hotel is;n(?w open 10 the public, ami is well, furnished throughout. None but tbe best brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock.        .  world.   "But their lovline<*s   and   isolation aie gone forever.    The cars of the  great Canadian Pacific railroad  rattle  along these   shores  today,  and   wake  the echoes   that   have   been   dormant  these countless ages.    Tlie slumber 01  ages was broken here six years  ago by  the   advent   of   three   hunters,   who  camped early in June in a shady   spot  where Moyie now nestles by the  lake.  One was a priest, a Oorsican  by birth,  a man whose early lifo  was  spent   beside the   blue   waves  of  the Mediterranean and   where   early   ideals were  moulded in the shadow  of   St.  Peters  and the Colesium.   Amid   the  rums  of the past he had   dreams   of  going  tlie   Indians   of   North  America and of preaching to   them   of  God and His wonders in the  shadows  of Nature's grandest mountains.   And  and the dreams   came   true,   for   the  young Oorsican and  dreamer   became  the eminently successful Indium ', mis-  sioner, Father Coccolu.    He has transformed the Indians of East  Kootenay  into   good   citizens   and   good   men.  They revere their priest as  a  man  of  God, a good   shepherd,  and  ho   loves  his Indians   as   a   mother   loves   her  child.    One clay he   (old   his   Indians  of a project to build a beautiful church  that would be worthy of the Divinity; I  wedded one of Erin's lovely daughters.  .-  When Jim Sullivan made money he  jumped into a prolonged debauch.  Six months ago Pinnacle Jim showed  me a check for <*j55,O00 given him by  Governor Mackintosh as part payment on a mine. He immediately  purchased a brush and a pot of red  paint and never let up till death put  an end to his worthless, useless life.  In 1S93 Cronin was in East  Koote-'  nay.    He set out   one   morning   from  Fort Steele on a broncho to  visit   the  North Star mine.    When a mile out a  hail storm came up and   his  broncho  refused to bear him any   further,  and  he was forced to reutrn.    It was there  he met Father Ooccola, who  induced  him to go to    the   mission, where   he  told him the story   of   Indian   Pete's  discovery, and for what he   wanted it.  Though very skeptical, Croniii agreed I mine in  [ to'accompany tho priest   and   the Indian'to tho far   away   mountain   near  the lakes'where the   hidden   treasure  was.    And thus it came to   pass   that  these three men were grouped together  round ucampfire by the  lonely  lakes  ol Moyie, in  June,   J.S93.    It   was   a  strange group tlio  ludian,   the   Irishman and the Oorsican made.  Next morning thoy climbed a   loftv  tramway is b��iug built by -B.  C.  Rib  let of Sandon to connect   the  mouth  of each tunnel with the mill.   A flume  three   miles   long   winds   round   the  mountains,   and   will   furnish   water  and power for milling   and   for  dynamos.    Tbe St.   Eugene  concentrating  miii, designed by R. K. Neil,  will  be  the   most   complete   and   perfect in  Canada, and when  it   is   in   world ng  order iu September it will enable  the  St. Eugene to ship 50   tons   of  clean  ore   and   concentrates  daily.    I    am  easily within the mark  when   I  state  that these shipments will net   the   St.  Eugene .*ji25 a   ton   clear   profit   after  mining, freight,   treatment   and   duty  have been deducted.    Taking the output at 1S,000 tons a   year,   it   will   be  seen that   tbe   St.   Eugene's   earning  capacity is about $400,000 a year; and  if the duty is wiped out it will be fully  $700,000 a  year.    Good  luck   has attended'the St. Eugene from   the  outset.    It fell into the hands of  a   man  who has   no   superior   and   very few-  equals as a manager of a mine.    It  is  the   most  ��� systematically   developed  Canada  time the   Crow's   Nest   Pass  railroad  came   along    to   haul   its   output,   to  mine and Movie by the road close ' to  five mile?, though as" the 'crow flies  the distance,is not over two miles.  The Society Girl was located in   the  fall of 1S97 by Charles- Farrell, and  is  still   owned   by   him.   The  development  work   consists ��� of   two  20 foot  shafts sunk on the lead.    Out of these  over a carload of ore has  been   taken.  There is still plenty of ore in  sight* in  the shafts, but'n tunnel will be  driven  in about. 200  feet   further   down   the  hill to tap the ore body at a  depth  of  about 75 feet, thus affording   a  more  economical means of   taking  out   the  ore.    Three eight hour  shifts  will  be  employed doing this   work, and in   all  the working force at the mine  during  the   summer   will   average   12 or  15  men.    The ore for the present will  be  shipped to the Hall Mines smelter  at  Nelson.  LOCAL  NEWS.  C. J. Rose   was  in   Cranbrook  aud  Fort Steele this week.  Carpenters are now working on   the  And   then  in   due) the St. Eugene flume  market. I believe this great mine  will soon pass into the hands of tbe  Gooderham-Blackstock people,' Mr.  Cronin retaining a large interest and  continuing as manager.  fall   suits.  (To lie couclurlccl next week.)  Karl Noilzol and O. J. Johnson   arc  mountain, and 2500 feet above the lake   driving a   tunnel   on    tlie  Horseshoe  goo da,  CLASS    ACCOMMODATIONS.  MOYIE, . B.     0  but being poor in the world's  his only hope of building' such a  church lay in tbo discovery: of. a  'hidden treasure or a mine, by one of  his Indians. This-set liis faithful red  men to thinking, one of  them, named  the Indian pointed out his discovery.  Cronin was amazed, for ho saw at a  glance all the evidonc-s of a great  galena mine. The Indian had indeed,  found the treasure that was ' to build  the church for .the good priest. So  Cronin staked   out   two   claims,   and  w. -   ,  - ���, ���.����� , ...    ~>   "-^.  Peter, left the St. Eugene Mission and   called them the   St. Eugene   and   the  went chasing through tho '.mountains, jl'e.ter.    Cronin received a'half inteiest  ^^999S9^999999^^3^^^ee^^9^e^^S^^^S&^is9^t  \��/  vl/  At/  \1>  vl/  v!/  \t/  G.   CAMPBELL,   A.'T.'CIjA,ltK.\l.^  fifiiis Hotel is New and well Furnished. IThe'.f  Tables arelSupplied with the Best/the | ___,__,  ,W1U so lor  Market affords.   The   Bar    iS   Filled   With|  20 years we find him chasing Fortune  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cie-ars. '& from ^-co to Alaska. He once had  hunting for"game and treasure. In a  few weeks he, returned to the mission  and reported that he had found the  treasure that was to'build the house of  God. It was then -that., James Cr.ouin  appeared upon the scene. Cronin had  been a dreamer, too, but he was also a  man of choice. Born in the 'south of  Ireland at. a spot where the roar of  the Atlantic billows wore  ever   heard,  I for his services, and the priest and the  Indian   the   other   half.     Then   Mr.  John A. Finch bought out   the   priest  and the Indian for il2,000, and Father  Ooccola .built him a  beautiful   church  and a handsome residence' for -Indian  Pete, and the story of   the  St. Eugene  mine is a sacred legent among the red  men of  the  Kootenays'.    This is  tlio  story of the discovery of   the  St.  Eu-  Cronin could not help being   possessed  gene mine.    There,are   four"working  of droatus and romance.    And   so   for   tunnels on this mine, and ore enough  blocked out between    tunnels  to  claim, one of the Aurora group, on I he-  west shore of   Moyie   lake.    The new  workings are about 200 feet aboi-o   the  Old, tunned, and the lodge'.at'the   present time is about four feet in width.  At the meeting: of ihe board of  trade last Tuesday evening, J. p.  Farrell, the president, and A. T. Clark  the secretary, were elected to represent  the Moyie boa/rd at the forthcoming  joint .meeting of the boards of the  Kootenays at.-Rossland on. August 3rd.  A meeting was held atthe school  house last Saturday <*vuning Jor the  purpose of selecting a . new board of  school trustees, the old.board consisting'of D.J.   Elmer,   F.   I.Moore   and Ilroni ber recent illness.  For.fine   summer   and  MOYIE CLOTHING CO.-  Tlie Moyie Supply Co. received an  ellegunt stock of groceries  this  week.  James Croniu and John Day departed for Spokane Wednesday evening.  J. R. Oostigun and J. M. lledUy  were over from-Cranbrook last Saturday and returned Sunday.  A leuien nicl in hot weather is always acceptable. Procure your lemons at LiiRonde Bros.  Wait for our shoes. We will'' have  the best stock m tlie city in a few  days. "MOYIE CLOTHING CO.  Thos. T. McVittie nnd E. A. Elton  | of Fort Steele are here surveying the.  Huicules and Silver 'Queen group on.  the west side. .  These hot summer days a suit, of  light underwear goes fine. "We've  got 'em.    MOYIE   CLOTHING   CO,  The many friends of Miss, Alma  Rudeberg will bo pleased to learn that  she    has   almost   entirely    recovered  G. R. Muir, having resigned. Tho  new board consists of Chas. Kauflmau,  Joseph Neiderstadt  and' F. J. Smyth.  HMfn nc,  HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN.  BRITISH COIUM HI A.  a partner, Jim Sullivan,in Now Mexico, and they owned a rich mine.    But  ip  Sullivan would neither sell or work it,  ��\<iO Cronin turned to the  mountains of  Pa.V ( Buy' your Snsli awl Doors at tho Factory.  Idaho   for   now  opportunities.    Somo   Eugene.:   It  |75O,O00 iu   dividends, and   this  will j o. o. doors, a ��. o x g ft o si-?,'  not. exhaust the   ore   resources  above!    "     "      2fts x <*���'ft s x r-'!;  tho -100 foot level.    For   mining   pur-      "     "     ~!t 10 x t: ft 10 x l:'-'  poses' there ��� is   not   a  finer   situated  mine on tho   continent   than   the   St.  mined   for   20  ^^-^^���-^S^ lje   r0(umc(1   t0   hii? (years by'tunnels, for  at   the   level  VJx.'l snsli, glased..  l"-!x:>S   "  14x2s   '*  $1.70 each  1.S0      '���  1.90 . "  1.2-5 p. pair  ��� .'         1.40       "  -,       ��� 1.(50       "           1.60 "   .  TKOS. W. LTCASIC,  ('���'.ANISROOK,   B. 0.  I     If you are   a   elude,   working   man,  business   man   or  tramp,   go   to   the  MOYIE   CLOTHING   CO.  for    any-  thing   in    the   clothing   line.    Priced,  right; goods right.   .    :  S. A. Scolt, Chas. Diamond and  P. T. Smyth havo returned from tha  hills, where they were doing assessment work on the Homestake No.  and 'No. 2. The. work has shown the  properties up wonderfully well.  \ 4  ��� t. '��  fi'  sSHSSI&a L'ap   ,,  C  on  the  '  yea  moi  res j'  yea  eon:  ti57  for   '  381  tots  per;  line.  and  The  ' 11101/  852  iod  was  soli  'iig.i'  The  tho:.  fori  ,91.  sho  mo;  twe  bee  '  the6  a ;  ace'  pro,  adv  %5,  sev  was- j  ��4:1  ;  y,,.  ii j-  iv.  .���i  I-  let-t  ope  has  res'-  offl  /.ol.  ]u-o  ilia  bat  cle:  lar.  ' J'  to t  anc ';fy  sni"  {',-  J3ei HI  i;i  !l��  \l  m.  oifc<  We  sha  hai  wh  3 ftll  ncn  fro1  :\  > no'  00 c  An'  in a  r:abj  bur  the  the  hor ���  Hue  ca?"  clu  the  joi;  of   "  t alive  TO' "  rea  .< I  . 1;  Ti  i '.i  Us  ,'-  she  i  au  ��� ;  ho  wa  as  tl  ll  ���������  fu  .  \V."  .  to  Tl  he  hi  in.  in ���  C1.'* ���  P'gave.  east  ���  bett'  st  onl>  ft  F  tl  the  are:  b:  tbe  it  ma  01  in 1  c;  a:  be  lea  ret -  0!  Ol  cl  fr.  ,  le  tl,  P  }"  li  \  M  \  * jWiTinWdhiB  A CONFLICT  OF EVIDENCE  * �� ��  ��- *I                                  BY                                   <3  | Jf RODRIGCE^ OTTOLEXGPI, %  ��� *?      .Author of ���' An Artist in       *J  % 2 Crime." ��  0  ��� '  �����������>**+-��-o<^��********+��**��  ask  Mr.  me  CHAPTKR   XL  THE VERDICT.  - There are some individuals who.je  nerves are so well Jrained that they  (���an be made to sustain almost, anv  strain -without giving evidence of ihe  tension to which they have been c-x-  ]-G.sed. Virginia Lewis was of this  kind. There is, however, in all probability, no force in nature that has not  a breaking point, beyond \vhic,h it is  impossible for integrity to endure, and  ��� I.O it was in the case of this most remarkably strong-willed o girl. She had  passed through a fiery ordeal bravely,  and J mi gin say successfully, tiniil at;  last the' unexpected had come io destroy all her powers of control.  Nevertheless she was not one to give  way, like her friend,Alice Maivel. and  though she certainly started  very perceptibly   when   her   lover's   name a was  called,   she   looked   like   a   frightened  animal who, though awaiting a deathblow,   was   vet   prepared , to   die   hard.  As   she   stood,   expectant  and   defiant,  she won the admiration of'all the men  in the room, a .thing of no small consequence  when  it is  remembered   that  twelve   of   these ' composed    the ' jury.  There was a painful silence  until  the'1  entrance of the-next witness.   At lust  ,i he  came,  and when  Virginia saw  him  and knew  that  this  was no   trick that  was  being played to  frighten  her into  |  revealing   that   which   she   had   deter- ,  ' mined to conceal, she could not repress j  a slight  cry as  she  stepped   from   the  stand   and   dropped   into   the   nearest J  seat.   Then she   assumed  a  stolid   ex- i  '.���ression,   which   defied' the  scrutiny of !  Mr. .Barnes or anv of the others. !  Marvel cast one hasty glance in herflj  direction, and with his lips a little ,  firmly compressed, he took his place j  on the witness-stand. Mr. Tiipper at .'  once   began :��� , J  " Mr. Marvel, do you remember the ���  day of the fete given by -Miss .Lewis i  at Riverside ?"      ,      , J  " Most distinct];'." , < J  ' " I believe you attempted to liill Mr.  ;  Lewis en that  had not used, and returned, hoping1 to  find her still up, and so make one more  attempt to win her. That, sir, is the  full truth."  "Did  you see her when you'reached  the, house '!"  " So. sir."  '* Did you enter the hou.'^e *'"  '* 1 did. 1 went into the dining-room  and as far as the door of Miss Lewis'  room, but as there was no light in her  apartment, I concluded that she had  retired, and I left the house its I had  entered  it."  " While   in   the   house,   did   you   see  Mr.   Lewis ?"  " Before  J  answer  that,   may   I  you a .question ?" ���   '  " Proceed."  " "\Vhpn   you   ask   me   if  1   saw  Lewis,   are, you   not   trvinir  to   get  to  make some admission  which  lnijjht  connect  me  with  the  murder ?"  Mr. Tupper was a little confused at  this direct question, and hesitated a  j moment before he replied : ���  i ��� " Mr. Lewis has been murdered, and  , there are suspicious ciioumsiances  I which seem to implicate you. J am  I only giving you an opportunity to vin-  | dicate  yourself."   , ���    .  ,'   '   " You   are   verv  kind,"  said   Marvel.  ! with a smile, " but it seems to me that  it  is the other way,  and'that you  are  ! simply hunting for tlie criminal.   Xow,  ,  if 1  admit  that J saw  Mr.   Lewis  that  ;  night,   whether  "I   killed him  or  not.   I  ' might  be-acknowledging myself'to  be  ;  (lie last person who saw,him alive, and  ' that   might   be  construed   into an   evi-  ' deuce   of  guilt.    1   believe  I   have ���the  privilege of refusing  to criminate  my-  rc-lf.  and J   will   not reply to  tlie question."  " You are virtually admitting what  yon HL-cm to wish io deny, since if you  had not n.et him 'there would be no  reason for your .hesitating to proclaim  that   fact."  "You are wrong. If I say that I did  not ;-ee hiin, that will be giving you a  positive point.    If I  did not  meet  him.  per at length repeated his question.  Marvel  hesitatingly asked :  ���' V, hy do you, wish  to know ?"  " Come, come, Mr. Marvel ! That is  not to the point. Answer my question.    Is it  not a simple one ?"  *" Well, then," desperately, "if 1  must I must. I confess that 1 did  what many men have done. 1 stole  the medallion, and "���  Virginia uttered a cry and started  up as though about to speaic, but the  squire  quickly said :  " Sit   down.   Miss   Lewis.     You   must  THE  MAN   BEHIND THE   PUN.  "Tlio 4i:an bi'lmid tho i��un" has had his   deeds  ' embalmed in veiv-o.  Some of the rhymes almighty bad and 301110 a  darned sight worse.  , His action   has  been  wreathed   in  song  urid  sung all o'er the html  ', By gifted voculists who=e  words do one  c-onld  I understand.  , 5?h��4 paoers all have  sung  his  pruis*s  tn  *lcr  j quenoe sublime,  I As also liuve the magazines that   retail   for a  J dime-  it would be proof presumptive that I  did not fire tiie fatal shot. This might  be helping to incriminate some other  person, which I am equally unwilling  to  do."  " Il is youi* dutv to tell everything  that may lead to the discovery of the  criminal."  ,"lt is your business, not mine, to  trace tin1 crinii' to its lierpetra tor."  Mr. J3arnes could not but admire the  man's cool logic under the trying oir-  oumstanco-'" of his position, and ir  flashed aereoss his mind that Marvel  and Virginia were a well-matched pair.  It piqued him somewhat to notice the  quiet smile of .��at is faction on Virginia's  face as she sat in her seat, never once  not   interfere   now.  with  a  groan.    Mr.   Tupper  turned   to  the   witness, who was evidently amazed at this   little episode, and  resumed:  "You   had   your   name   engrave 1   on  .the   medallion,  did  you  not '.'"  "I  had my inltials'put on."  "Precisely.    Now let us return to the  question.     When  did  you  last  ,-^e   thi.s  locket ?"  " I   cannot  say   exactly.    1   have    it  about me at all  time*."  " IIave(. you it   now V"  Virginia made another, movement as  though   to   interrupt,   but    .the    >quire  again   stopped   her.     Marvel   promptly  replied :  " Why, certainly."  ' Please let me see  it."  -Marvel  at   once put   his  hand   in   an  Inner  pocket  of  Ifis   vest,   but  afti-r ,a  moment's search  he  drew it out  again  with it cry of surprise,and exclahvmd :  "1   have lost it!"    There   was  a   silence for a moment, and Marvel  rapidly ..'u-a relied   his other, pockets,   but    in  vain.     At lasi  it   seemed   that an  idea  occurred to  him suddenly, and he said:  " I   am   a   ford  and   have   been     very  taielcss.     I   r'T.-.-'iijber  now   thai   when  /   changed   my  clothes   at   home,   "ifter  !ea\'ing   iho   farm.   I   rlid   nut'.think     uf  the lockst,   so it  must'be  at   this incident at the bottom of the river."  "Ah I Then'yo'u admit that you  had, it'with   you, that   night?"  "Did  I  not  tell you   that i have al  ways hod it. with nie since it has bo<.n  in  my pr.s-'f.ession V"  " Wi ubl y cu   recognize   it   again     A  you could see it ?"  ,' CVnninly."  " Is this it ?" ,He handed Marvel the  locket givfit to him by Virginia. Alar-  \--.l look iii and 'after looking at ly  repl'i c! :-  *" Yes, this is the same.   Where could  you ha\c fnund  it '.'"  " Can   you   not  surmise ?"  " No :'  "Well, then, I will tell you.. It was  f'jum! in the closed fist of the murdered   man !"  "Oileat   God !    It   is  impossible:"  "��� It   :s   true !     At   least   it   is   true  And   she   obeyed J In fact, we've all dilated on Ins nervy fighting  be   feared   above  all  v or lh  And pictured him as to  else on earth.  And yer the man in public   life  and -generala  who wield  Corrupted swords   in   politics  as   masters, of  the field >  See in it milder mannered   cu.-'fl a greater   ler  ror far  Than he who stood behind   the  kuii   upon the  ships of war.  To them more drerrdod than tho >-hi)]ls ure  ar  rows (i]i])(>il(with tun,  Arrd in their-tainted ��ouls they, fear  the   man  behind the pun '' '  ���Denver Post.  lors, these people would brinf,' deck chairs ,  on to their doortlcp ami loiniKO there  till |  bedtime in   shameless   dishabille of  ten  {���own and smoking jacket     Hitherto . tlio  respectable remoteness  of  tho Jligh   row  had   been  appreciated   by   hawkers   aud  Etreet   minstrels,   and   they   had   seldom  troubled  us  with   their visits     Bur now  the charm   was   broken.     Some instinct,  seemed to urge theiu daily  In   our direc- ,'  lion, an instinct  justified by the bolmvior  01  the  newcomers, who   bought, shrimps j  and water cresses and threw halfpence to;  the   man   with  tho cornet.    Indeed,   tlio I  dark suspicion rested upon them 'of  hav  A week   later tho great  v,)ifl,v  drove up for tho last time'1 '������*  nt No. 10, where irs daily iipp,.,,,.  ii'f���JV ti  !��i.  interval  row   l'or  liad  gone far  10 n,���.  wlmt  it  had  lindi  ''UiC(. ,  ,,:C  M'eiiv^, [  hand-" of tlio .new tenants,    'i'hc.l.^'  sailed In   In her iiriial rustling ,.'I(', >"'  returned supportitr; u  bi:ii(ilt:D(/���1,'." "  out of   which   pe,.ped u familiar" uj!\  little face.   The 1 us band followed n '"  it ml the faces of   ill threo slu.no huVl'  shine  11 n'.I  of the  look, but tho little   maid of all u,  ll  ' I, If  J-*  1 Ji  "jt f*  me. iiicea e>r     \ii irjreo   Slli.ruj !iU(  -j        *-"  ie after rain ns they '-nterc'd't'),,"/''"!/^ >&  clattered out of   High   row.   ^fVf  ho pair gave us so much ftsuhai'-^li-''' /Jl  ing "inflicted .the squeaking vulgarity of a . pet-intending tlio lading of u '������]...  Punch and Judy show upon tho pence of j portmanteaus belonging to licr "j,-Jilt,;| ,-jm  tho High row by deliberate Invitation ! cried,miserably ou tlio door.su-p '%i"7m  They had certainly sat at their window! And that was tho end of it, and Vi kif^M  throughout tho performance, exhibiting 1, the row were decidedly one <'f e<jiju't^jW|��  marked signs of appreciation. '  - '" >���������->���  - -������ -massX  'J! , &  M  Calling on them had from the first been ;  out, of iho question. Now when we cat no |  across thorn In tho row or street our ruiin-1  1 nuances were wont to put  on   lite  mostj  inapproachable look, whereby wo hoped ; might have placed us in permanent \tj i  thoy would gather tho extent,of their) with tho Hritish aristocracy, u.^'x  offeii.*o and be induced   perhaps  to  mend! though we wero never able to leurn-?  ouiriclvos and with ono another,  been a variation on the  thenio ��,f  and tlio cakes, and   we had   (Ui*iini_.tj|",',J  our.-elves in  tlio  part of  tho rnw[,r'|  \vifo   when   a   little   morn  divji-nn;,'-;  I An Incognito.  hz  ���Wiiri'Wfii^ftlfft^iii^^ffa'Vi;^^  Wti who lived in tho High row awoke  one morning to find that the hills hail  been taken out of tho windows of So. 10  In the row. The house whose future tenancy  had for some time been tho subject of our  hopes aud fears was let at last, and our  fnto in the matter of new 'neighbors do-  1 ciiled for good or ill.  The row was an old fashioned corner ly-  i ing at, iho back of a largo seaside town,  I out of the reach of tho yearly influx of  j noise and trippers. We took nolittlo credit  j to ourselves for our isolation and would  j have blushed to have been at any time  ; discovered among the crowd parading tho  j son Iron 1.    Perhaps   Indeed it was tho'do  their ways  Vet I am glad io say, for the character,  of tins row, that, wo were all of us shocked |  a**- Mrs. Delano, who. when little   .Mrs. 1J<Jj  whole of tho story, tlio fact of the im^O^I  connection of tho couplo with that [Vf.'iwsJ'^  ,.4"--  ���>���>  occasion  1   drew  out  ray  pistol  under great  in antrer.    Miss Lewis  aiid  my  weapon ,wus  ���when  you  took  not your inten-  have  been but  \N hen   you  left  provocation and  struck my arm,  discharged."  '' Do vou mean that  out your pistol it was  lion   to   fire  it ?" .  "1   cannot   tell    what" my   intention  was.   As I said, I acted 'under excitement.     It   is  impossible "to   say   what  may or what may not have happened."  "But did you not threaten Mr. L?svis  .   as vou left  the  lawn ?"  "Perhaps.     It  would  natural."  "Where   did  you��� go  the  farm   that, night'?'  " Home,  of. course."  " But why, is it, then, that you were  not  there  when  search   was   made  iur  you next day ?"  ������ " I was disheartened and disgusted  at the turn of events, and in' sheer  desperation I arose early and went off  gunnins"."  " Did   you   return ?"  " After a  day's   shooting  I   went  on  te Epping, where 1   have a house."  "That place was rearehed u few  days later, and no trace of you was  to  be  found."  " I   only   staid   there   one   day,   and  then went to "Worcester."  "Why did you do that ?"  "Because 1  knew of the plot which  Mr. Lewis was forming against me. '  "How could vou know thai, since  >ou left Lee before anv steps had been  inaugurated 7" ���  '" A friend warned me bv letter."  " Who  was this obligir.fi  friend,  and  how did he know wheie a letter would  reach you ?"  " Before I left I told him where I  meant to gc. It is immaterial who he  is." ���  " I presume this was Mr. Everly,  was it not ?"  Maryel remained siltmr, and Mr.  Tupper did not press the point, but  .continued:���,  "Where'were you on the night  which Mr. Lewis was murdered  ' T was at   the farm."  The   lawyer   was     pleased   at  straightforward reply.  " What were you doing there ?"  " Is It essential to so  into that ?"  " It ls verv essential."  " Well,   thin.   I   went .there   to   meet  'Ikilled my wicle^myself!"  upon  this  having asked   her  fur  111  Miss Lewis  interview."  " Did vou  see her ?     If so. ,where '���"'  " She  met  me across the river-."  "How long did this interview last ?"  " Of course I cannot be accural-',  but I should suy about an notn1. The  HuLJeet which we discussed was mie  of vital Importance to inc. and I was  not anxious to bring the meeting to  a close before exhausting all the aigu-  inents at my  command."  Mr. Burnts reflected a moment, and  calculated that If Miss Lewis left the  summer-house at nine o'clock, granting her fifteen minutes 10 cross tlie  river, and as many more In returning, this statement of Marvel's, that  she talked with him an hour, would  Just fit the one which she had made  lo the effect that she reached the  hot-se at half-past ten. This, therefore, satli'fied him that he had the  matter   of  time  correct.  "Now, then, Mr. Marvel," said the  lawyer, "please tell us what you did  after Miss Lewis left  you ?"  " I started to walk to the Epping  read, but before I reached it 1 retraced  my steus."  "Exactly. You crossed the river,  did you not ?"  " Yes.     How did  you  know ?"  "Never, mind. Tell is how vou  crossed."  " I meant to wade the stream and  lcoked for a shallow place, but I .stepped Into a hole, and was obliged to  swim."  " Very good. Now tell  were so anxious to cross  late at ni'eht."      I  " It is a delicate matter, but as this  seeme to be of importance I will he  frank and tell you the whole story.  My first object in visltine" the farm  was to. persuade Miss Lewis to marry  me  without  her uncle's consent,   since  had refused to grant It. At the  meeting between us she would not do  more than promise to send me a definite reply the next day by letter. After  " '- had left me 1 could not help thinking that she meant to refuse, and was  only delaying the ill tidings, especially  insisted Hit  1   should  go   on   to  tsmouth to wait for her letter. I  of ��onw  a. ,-aniento  which  I  ' us   why  you  the river so  as  Po:  itouyht  , raising her eyes from'the door throuivh-  "(lui the examination of her lover. She  j :-eemed to have completely recovered  her self-control. It was 'a iiuestion in  the detective's inind u hether Marvel  v\as shielding himself, or someone else.  The   examination  proceeded.  " Did   you   leturn   to   Epping     that  ni;rht V  ������ Yea. sir."  " How did you get there at that late  hour V"  '��� 1 walked.   It is but five miles."  " Five     miles  .over   a   country   road  through  the miow,  and at nieht. is no  short-walk, especially if one's clolhins  be wet."  "Mine  were dry, however."  " Did   you   not   say   that   you   swam  across  the   river '.*"  " Yes,   but   after leaving  the  farm   I  went, to my own home and changed for  a dry suit."  " Then  you walked  to  Epping ?"  '"Yes, sir."  " Why did you go  to Epping ?"  " L   expected   a   letter   to   reach    me  there at that   tinie."^  This corroborated'the story told by  young Harrison. At this point Burrows passed to Mr. Tupper a piece of  paper, on which he suggested a question. During the latter part of the  examination he had been thinking of  the story told by the station agent,  and as Marvel claimed that he had  been in Worcester it seemed like a  criminating admission, since the train  which Mr. Skene said had brought a  stranger had come from that city. Mr.  Tupper next asked :  " Mr. Marvel, will you tell us how  you were dressed on the night qf your  vis-it to tlie farm ?"  " 1 wore a disguise that I bought in  VVoreesiei ."  Mr. Tupper had not quite understood  tlie object of the question, but tho reply at urn e arrested his attention, and  be pursued tin- subject.  "' Why were you disguised V"  "To a\oid being recognized. ' I did  not fin'" lo he am-sted, and, as you  knuw. Ihe authwritiPh were seekingVor  me 011 the charge trumped up by Mr.  Lewis."  " Describe    the      dress      which  wor<-."  " I had on a suit cf my own clothing,  but over it I wore a long, dark coloured ulster', which completely concealed  my other' dresV  "Did you attempt  to change the appearance ot >'"irr face fn any way ?"  " I   wore  a  false   beard."  This  answer gratified  Burrows.     Mr.  Tupper went on.  '" What did y.iu do with tlie disguise when you changed your tilings?"  'r As they were all very; wet,, and,  further, because I did not wish to leave  behind me any evidence of my visit to  the house, I made a bundle of the  wholt- lot, and as I crbssed over the  bridge 1  threw lt. into  the river."  "Do you mean the- bridge'1 between-  ���Riverside and  Wadley's Falls ?".'  "Yes, sir.    I crossed the river again,  as  that is   the   i.hortest  way  from .my  bouse  to  the Epping road."  ' Mr.   Tupper now sought  information  on  another- point.  " Mr. Marvel, did you ever see a medallion locket owned by Miss Lewis  which   contains  her  portrait '.'"  "Marvel   coloured   considerably  at this  question,  and  seemed  confused.    After  a .moment, however, he stammered out:  Y-f.-H, sir-, J have seen it."  "When   was   the   last  time  that  you  saw it '/" ���        '  Marvel seemed more than ever troubled, and even Virginia changed her  position;' and, raising her eyes from  the floor, seemed all anxiety. Marvel  remained nil ent so lon^ that Air. Ttm-  we can  believe Miss Lewis,  for it was  she who found  it."..  " Miss-, Lewis found  it ?    This  is  terrible '"  The   silence  which  ensued  was  most  profound.     Everyone could 'plainly see  the  importance of  this   latest  development,  and  how,   by accidental  circumstances,    the    net    was    being   dra.wn  around   the  witness.    Mr.  Barnes  himself   was  'considering   how   strange   it  was that this young girl, who had not  hesitated   to   destroy   evidence    which  might   implicate  someone,   pre.sumably  her lover, should, by the merest chance.  lave been the very one  to produce the  most   criminating   proof   against    him.  The thoughts of all were suddenly disturbed by the voice of Virginia herself,  who,stood  up  defiantly,   and  with   the  mark  of strong resolve  stamped  upon  her  features.    She spoke   in   measured  words,   and her voice seemed  dead   to  all sense of feeling.   Indeed it sounded  only like an echo of her natural tones.  ������ Stop !"   said   she.    " This   has  gone  far  enough !"  " What  do   you  mean ?"  squire,   quickly,   foreseeing  startling development, was  " I   mean   that   you    are  1 sire to ignore'tho  aspect of  tho town as i\  j plcisuro   resort  that  formed   tlio basis of  j sympathy on which our little society was  j founded     Of this society it was old Mrs  Dolane, at No. o, who was called'on by at  Jeast  two  county families  and who tqok'  daily airings in  a  enrringo  with  yellow  wheels, whom   wo''looked   up  to  as  our  If j liorid and to whom were referred all ques,-  | tions of fashion and social ethics    We cor-  I tainly wore, tako us   all   in   all, a   highly  i respectable corner and   mighty bo forgiven  I in the absence of  worthy objects  of comparison   in   mistaking "ourselves  for  the  salt.of the earth.  Nor is it to bo wondered  at  that wo wero  filled with   alarm whenever  there  was   a  prospect-   of   n   house  changing   hands,   although   hitherto   trio  character of tho row had not suffered from  any such change.    Tho dingy old  corner  made little appeal   to  tho  average  house  hunter. A susceptibility to the charm nn-.  asked    the  that    some  at hand,  wrongfully  weaving a web around an innocent  man !"  "All, then you know who is guilty?"  " I do ! I killed my uncle myself !"  This statement naturally caused the  wildest excitement. Only two men  present seemed not to be surprised.  These were Marvel himself and Mr.  Barnes. The former dropped into a  seat and buried his face in his hands;  giving vent to a'passionate outburst  of grief. The latter remained almost  as unmoved as Virginia herself, who  stood like a marble image. A slight  smile of satisfaction, however, seemed  to play about her features. Burrow-*  who kept his eye intently on the fac~��-  of his superior, while immensely astonished himself, was convinced of tho  fact that Mr. Barnes had only heard  what he had all along expected. As  soon as the commotion caused by "\u<;'l-  Lewis' statement had subsided'  what,  Mr.  Tupper resumed :  "Miss Lewis," said he, " you -have  just made a most astounding confe----,  sion. But you may not know that  are not the first who ha�� don  day.      This   being   the  some-  you  ie so to-  cajse, however,  we cannot but accept your words cautiously."  " Do  you   mean  that  veracity ?"  " How ucan T be, sure that you are  telling the truth when you accuse vour-  self of murder ?" Virginia bit her  and  was   silent.  you  doubt  my  lip  you  "Come," continued the lawyer, "take  the stand again and repeal under uath  what you have just declared."  " What use to be sworn ?" replied  the girl, scornfully. "You would not  believe  me any   more."  " Do  you  refuse to swear" '.'"  '" (-ib, no, since you make a point of  It." She stepped upon the platform  again.  " .She will stop at .nothing to save  her lover," muttered Mr. Lames under  his   bn-ath.  Mi.  Tupper asked :  " Do you ,still persist in your statement   that  you   killed   your  uncle V"  " I   do."  " How   did   it   occur ?"  " When   I  returned  from   my meeting  with Mr. Marvel, I attracted the notice  of  my   uncle,     who,   eomlng  from     his  room,  knocked   on my door and   called  me   into   the   parlour.     I   went   in,   and  he   asked   me   where   I   had   been.       I  told   him.   he   became   violent,   and   we  quarrelled.     My pistol was on the mantel   where   f  had   left   it,  and  in  a  moment of rage 1   giuspeii  ii  and  fired."  "How   was  your  uncle  attired V"  "As   he  -was-found,   of   course."  "Did   he   die   instantly ?"  "I   do   not   know.      I| left   the  at once." I.  " How many times did vou fire '  "Once."     ,     . ' <  ���   "In  making this statement vou  sire   to. be   believed '.'"  " I   do."  "Then .show me the piece of paper  en which your uncle Wrote tile name  of his murderer, and which I am sure  you   have   about  you."  If Mr. Tupper expected her to refuse, he was doomed to ���disappointment. "Without a moment's hesitation she drew it out and handed i"t to  him. He read It, and seemed mizzled. Then, turning to Virginia,' he  said .: ���  "This paper reads, '.if 1 am dead In  the morning, my murderer Is Walfr  Marvel !' How docs that agree  ycur confession '!"  room  de-  derlying the dlngincss, enough to make, it  appear a desirable place of residence, had  in most instances proved .symptomatic,  and in tho general run of newcomer.-- we  had found new friends. Yet we know that  tho luck must'ono day turn, ami tho present, occasion filled mora than ono .of us  with vague foreboding.  ���No 10 had been "To Let, Furnished," so  we could not hopo fur an introduction bo  the newcomers through the customary vanguard of household gods. There was  1 nothing for it but to possess our souls in  ! paitenco and to kuep A lookout for their  , arrival in the flesh. Wo wero taking tea  I nt Mrs. Delano's and discussing somewhat  j dolefully tho prohahilittes of the new ten-  j.nncy when thu sound of a vehicle driving  l into tho row sent, ��� usoall to the window  I with a rush. Yes, there they were I A fly,  bearing a small quantity of luggago, drew  up before tho door of No. 10 A young man  in a tourist suit jumped out and was followed up the steps hy a girl dressed rather  too elaborately to be in accordance with  High row notions of genteel elegance  The man gave a pull at the bell, and, no  response immediately forthcoming, he and  his companion each lifted the handle of  the double knocker and roused the echoes  with a vigorous rat-tat. Tho effort on the  girl's part .loosened tho clumsy knot of  hair gathered bcneitth the "picture" hat,  and a great plait, ''nartistieally stuck with  hairpins, uncoiled itself to the length of  her waist. We could see tho littlo stamp  of exasperation that accompanied her unskillful attempt at readjustment and tho  amused smilo of the man,watching. Then  the door was opened, and both disappeared,  into tho house. Mrs. Delano returned to  the tea. table, drawing in her lips and shaking her head, and we road in tho combined  action what would bo tho verdict of tho  row.  The result of further observation served  only to deepen first impressions. Tho  manner and extent of the pair's divergonco  from High row notions of genteel living  boon 1 no tho favorito subject of discussion  at all the tea parlies. Each ono of us was  eager to contribute his or her mito of evidence Ono morning, when tho little  maid of nil work had gono out of tho  house, in garments suggestive of a day's  holiday, ono of us had seen Mrs. do V11-  liers (tho incredible high down name they  gavo out as their own) dress herself up in  the servant's cap and apron and dab about  thu room with a broom and duster for all  tho world Iiko a Ma go soubretto. Hot  husband had stood by, laughing uproariously, and tlio whole had concluded with  an affectionate) skirmish, in which tlie  broom had played an important part. The  pair mado daily excursions to tho shops,  sho carrying on her arm n preposterous  market" basket, itself an Insult to tho dignity of tins row.  (Jn hot summer  nights,   when  wo sat  and stewed respectively in our front  par-  Vllliers stopped one; morning In front 4">f  her veranda to say pretty words to tlio  parrot, sunning itself" there, darted out rod  '.md wrathful and boro tho cage buck with  her through the parlor window, as thotigb  she feared contamination for tho bird.  But whilo wc, watching, grew red' aud  .white in tho girl's bi\halfrf she resumed hor  r.auntering walk with 11 ,littlo smiling  txvisr of the mouth that expressed nioro of  amusement than of annoyance.  We had become, aware, and tho fact lay  perhaps nt tho root of our hostility, that  wo, tho original inhabitants,- formed ns  important an element in the consciousness  of the pair as tho pump nt tho corner of  the riiMy clumps of shrubs that did dutv  for garden in the middle of the row. And  so 1 hey continued to siand on their heads,  metaphorically speaking, exasperatingly  indifferent to the existenccof an audieiieo  trying to frown them down into a, more  .����!!!veiiiiomil attitude.  Yet   it  was  strange  that tJioy  should  seem content to be' lot severely tilone.'for  ns   far  as callers went  they might havo  lived on a desert island; tho posrntan rare-  ly hrpught them   a   letter.     And   as summer merged into  autumn  a change like  that affecting the' "season   came  over the  offending  household.     Tho girl's smart  toilets, of which 110fltorn was over renewed, began to'look faded and sh'nbby.    She  drew the   light  Cloak, designed   for Hummer   weather,    more   closely   about   her  shoulders, but tho wind blow cold through  tho laces  and  chiffons, and  she  shivered  miserably.    Tho  littlo face under the big  hat.,' whoso handsome  feather   had   long  been   innocent;   of   curl, grow  white anc!  pinched, and tho eyes  had   a  frightened,  wide open look.    Tho same  look was ro��  fleeted in the f;4cc of  the man  as ho .stood  for hours together drumming aimlessly on ['  the window pane.    .Men who  looked like i  duns wero seen to   frequent   tho doorstep '{  Thu girl's appearance  in   the street grew j-  an   occurrence  <rf  increasing rarity, then ���  ceased altogethor, and  had ic not been for ���'  a glimpse now and then of a pule face (lit- :  ting past ah upper window we might havo ;  believed she had been 'spirited  away.    It !  .was  the , man who went' to  market now, ;  mostly of an evening, and   armed id ways ;  witlt the   offending basket, a   melancholy I  relic of   the time when life   had   M'omcd a ]  game to be played with appropriate- toys,    j  I would htivo given   something   to daro I  to  cross   tho  row  and  open   my arms'to  those poor, forlorn things.     Hut Mrs. Delano kept  lynx eyed watch.     Tho   row, na  u row, Inid shown  no  sign   of  relenting.  Who .was I, to tly iuthe face of tho general  verdict?    .w.) I just  did   nothing  and was  nii.-erahle, trying in vain to.keep my eyes  and my thoughts from tho house over tho  way.    l . ���    '  One day matters approached a crisis  Bessie, my maid, had just informed mo  that sho had seen tho doctor cull twice nt  No. 10 on tho previous day and remain a  long timo on each occasion. That girl  was seriously ill���dying perhaps. I could  keoj) away no longer, and 1 jumped up  quickly from my seat with tho intention  of running at once- foi- my hat aud cloak.  At that moment tho clatter of heavy  wheels over tho cobblestones directed my  attention to tho street.  What I ,saw there kept mo rooted to tho  spot.    A great yellow   coach, with   largo  heraldic    emblazonments,   driven     hy   a  whito wfgged coachman, had drawn up in  front of No. 10.  The powdered man holding  on behind.jumped down and gavo a knock  that   brought  tho rest of   tho  row to  its I'  parlor windows   in ,tlme  to soo Iho most j  obvious     dowager     duchess     disappear '  through    tho   doorway.     What   could   It j  mean:1    Had somo dame  of  high   estate :  heard of their si tfTtvrings and called lo play j  the part of  Lady Bountiful?    Then   1 rv-  luembered that from   Bessie's attic  could  he obtained a capital view of the new ten- 1  ants' first floor front, and, caught Midden- |  ly by a frenzy of curiosity, blinding me to i  all sense of  decency, I   scampered   up Mm  stairs ami   arrived at tho attic window at  the moment when (ho strange visitor was '  crossing the threshold of  the room where  I guessed iho Invalid lay.     From wlier.j I  stood   I   saw tlio   poor   jittlc whito  figure  spring   up  on   her conch, eyes  wide, palo  lips, parted as though she beheld a vision,  then fall buck on   (ho   instant among her  pillows,   hiding   her   f!U;o  in   her   hands  Another moment and   the visitor wti4   hy  the bedside   bending  over  her, and what  followed came  to mo as  a blurred (angle  oT cnres��cs and emotion, in which tho man  standing 011 the other'sido of tho hod was  also included      Then I (urncd nwav, startled   suddenly into   propriety   by tho consciousness of teav-r running down mv face.  #  body was established beyon'd a douLt  by tacit consent, mention wasrareh r-''  of them in our neighborly talk. Tim >  been the means of dispelling our Illtis~* I rli  ��."  to tho unerring  character of run t^^**^  eiinctsand perceptions,   and  the tut/ '"^fe-  remained a painful ono. ' ~i}'fW\  I oneo saw the girl again, but r��nlv'  *J,~ s*i  ainome.nl.    1 had   gono  to  stay, villi    "'>**��.!  friend in London, and wo had w.ilkc^P        ^$1  afternoon to the park' to   witch   5)10 &     rv  riages returiling'from tho druwine iv ,.   ' ^  She was In one of them, stately, hut r$ " ^  nut, in nodding feathers and'flushingji,  els���a   princess, every inch of her I   fit'  could   wo vhave  misread the signs?   iV  eyes met; a look of recognition r-rejit 1  hers,   then sbo turned away with  iHj.  and a little toss of the head. , TJu   "I>  understood us, then, and our attltdd-'  hostility mid   had  resented  lt nnd L*.  pained by, it while appearing to ignor* r.  1 wished she could have known how rai  f had onco been  to  holding out invhadl  and my eyes filled with'lo.nrs, which on*  110110 of their bitterness to tho faci that s  was n noblo lady who had  just given u  the cut direct, for.at tho moment I cot''  think of nothing hut the lost opportuniti  of human love.���Good Words  Cold potatoes, when used Instead t,  soap,,.clean tho hands well and i'oep tb  ft kiii soft.  ���  ���   hi  fa  tl  fl  E  O  Cl  ,     ,     nii'V"  Wny. , -  Teacher��� Ono should   bo   thoughtful'  dispensing favors.    For example, supj^  your father, Johnny,   was   In  a. crowi'J  street cur and two  iadies, 0110 old and;;  other young, got in, which of them woi  ho give his* seat'to?  .Johnny���(luess you  don't   know <k  Ho  wouldn't   give  ic  to either.���Bo;.  TrjniM-ript.  I) en pi i4i oil Gri-ntitem,  Tliero wus a' man *,n our town,  J. nd ho wns wondrous wr-u;  Re "went to card clubs every wec-ic,  l'ut never yot it pri/u  ���  f!<} \V;,ct n li.-in'b-orue rnnn and rich;  lb' lin,l 11 ta'Blu fur urt; c  Ho,knew his Hurtier, Vlrgii nnd  lili SliiiJa..-.-))f::i"o nil by heart.  fiul all the laches Iri tho drib  ��/ l��ok<-tl <>tj Irliri ��i n rhuBtp-  .     .Ami shimui'd him, for be never ctyji  HuiiM-mber what whs tivnttp.  ��� New York World  I'oHMilrly. !  Benson (win) thinks ho has found 50r{  thing funny)���lt says here, my dear, l1/,'  hy placing an old rubber shoo on tho ���>! jr.,  whilo   boiling  cabbage    the   disagree f  odfir of the l^fN-r may bo entirely nyoi  Mrs,   Jlonson    (sweetly)���Dear   nn  should think the rubber shoo would m S? ^jj  wor=e than tho cabbage.���Harlem LiLpif'-'S  "  r$>1  In   Por(��>  IJIco. \  A blue ectati-d trooper ni.Ponen , 4  Said: "Well, now, I rhink I'll ensconce k1'  Myself hei>! in trade. J*  When it fcji-tiuiu I've nwulo, {���  I'll lead these iuy Spaniards 11 dawn.'  [-.  ���l'hiliideliihin North Aincriu-iv  ?*"wla  ho  Is ioo{.t"V,*^SS  remarked ^��  I,'  TryliiK"  lo Ho  Tnctful  "Never toll a friend that  111, us you did  yesterday," ro  (Jhestorikid to his* son.  '���Did that.hurt his feelings  "lt would be likely to."  "Well, I'll flx it. up tomorrow.    I'll ''��*0��.  him he's getting fat."���-"Washington ���?h^f'MWK    j A;4.$He>  Ao(  of Self Sacrifice. .���---���?-* *  There, was a youur,' man of Palmyra  Who boro tlio prsr-noinen of Ira.  F'tr .seventeen yeurs  He courted .Nell Sears, {^'f^B.  to suit this rhyme, married Ald'ijiji^jffiSt  -CJl.ier.tco Trlbuw-jjjS^jMt  Appreciation. p^M&  "Romeo   threw a wonderful  amount $'<^3t��  feeling into his reading   of  tho lines. It^'^*'ar  J(,k-ts at scars who never felt a wound.'  I*  '���Vcs..   Tho stage manager tells ui" I't  poor   fellow is  suffering   from   ��n  a^y  ease   of   vaccination."���Cleveland   I'l"  Uealer.  ri0i  n.m^itss*  Then,  A  r.oKlcnl  Ctinclunlii".  Tho eliiq) who tenches footbntl n"'11  Js oiillod a "coaeh," so thurehtru wlien  A man shown peoplo how to net  He n �� "staKoooaelr"���tbirt'H a f'"'t-        J  -L. A. W. Hull "���tin-l  llln Letsr May Hnve Ileen I'ullecJ.   ii  She���Do  you  remember how you"*l|.-,v  to put.  your arm around  my waist, w^j^  wo  wero  engaged,   ton   years   ngol"  never do so now.  He���No; my, arm  has  not  grow-     f,;-r>-r"5  longer.���Indianapolis Journal. |Vvylfet?:  '%  coat  yr.  yVran  -".wbe  H'V^-VV  time'when, it  ���nothing more nor less  blood.    A spring  the whole system,  ng  so-caJletl spring medicines are purgative^  I hey make the bowels active, but do not purify or  enrich tji-j  remedy to do good  nuist  be a restorative ;   it must tone and "invigorate*  But  a Purgative  i\  it is  ilior  wlth  To be continued.  a restorative thaly cures by building up tho system and Piling it with stremdh   oiierW ami vmnr  oughly scieiitiilc, and i�� endorsed and recommended bv eminent physici-ins ^ g  1���  l^ou sS^VVlr,yCU,hl1? D.r' 01����^.Norvo Fob,.;    If you have thin, weak blood and ��h��^d  Dr. Ohaflo's Nervo Food, DOo a box, at all dealer*, or Ediuausou Bates & Oo., Toronto.  -    All  xWho 1  *"i Who  And t  Clen  WllOl  If he  .ft'Htll  t  And  ffhe |��  And  Miliar t.i'"^"<!lfe>!,k  f,w Wirui"  r��ii.t.,.1���'  '"'''���-iti'Vf  'li!(.  a;.  Irc.l,,.^  ai*.   p4'',.  VU* I. "  ::>,iMHE MOYIE LEADER.  * .;,��� i"''.'*i(j'^  .    MOYIE,   B.    C.  '��� -�����"���? &M<?&  -i*-1, ui  BEE  BUZZES.  'p| '"ii;S.'-v. a^f^Jn oil hives'there should   ho three  per-  ? '^K-f';;lrf~-jtot}figes���the queen, the worker   bc;o and  ,,'iw i   ^';-y^^One secret of getting wax  of. a   bright  ii   J'f'i'ra---SSf%ei\<iw color is to allow it to cool   slowly;  ..?,'"> i',-'tlM^%1 ways be careful not to burn it  '**k��-?-^JTEUxe hive surplus  boxes are unnecessary  "'!U ia  |?f^IaMWif6houId not be added to thu hive.  oikcitJ i0M^^dHie only rule in using the smoker Us to  >r " it t^&fW^fi siitlicichtly to keep the  bees   under  \,r .^l|-"^^coiitr6l from the start, taking caro not to  niwi ��#^|i|VVorker bees being undeveloped females  ihr.-w^^j,- sccn,(CS tho wax, builds the comb,  "ripens and caps tho honey.  returning frames toa hive, adjust  slowly and carefully. Do not slide  ir ill^^^fiTlh'eifraiiie to its place at one pu=h. Hlido  of in,, .^^iy'ltVp"slowly, just to touch the next, frame,  he kut/r.:^W^?'M'ft!!co!oiiv in the spring has not pollen  place ryo meal  'i   5 lie a'  i-'ie iv ,  . but rs.  --hiiij-JH  a-rl   fi-,"  :��!���? .'I  '���rejit t:  th a .'a  Tlie.' !i,  ttltiid- "  mid i>*/  igii'in; r.-"  '-^ Bprlrtkled  -VliiSSsEouis Hepublic.  ;y^:iWW TOWN   TOPICS.      ,  . . ���yv.St.JPnul is to lirne a tea inspector., Now  "'{"lot iislhnvo u beer iii.spci tor appointed ,for  vy~thojSn3iit]y City, and  all will   be well.���  ' J.-GIeiicSe Hegi=ter.  Japanese   Catarrh  Cure  lias    bticeesfcfnlJy   coped    with    this    most  dangeruiin <lir,earf<;, uud cured  to stuy cured.  Miss A. Knott, of Beaehville, Out., writes;"Jf  w�� had oDly known of Japanese Catarrh Cure  yearn ago, nry ftuhc-r would have teen saved  rro'rn spending hundred-; ot dollars, and I would  have heen bee from the Constant i;uin rind annoyance of tins ino.->l db-gustiug disease. ] luve  had. catarrh for years. Mv he-id was stuffed  up so Hint 1 could not breathe through my  nostrils. My breath was vt-iv impure. I had  nlmoji a constant pain in my head rtnd over my  eyes. Nothing I could get gave uie. perrniinerrt  relief, until lining .Japario-o Catarrh Cure.  Jm-oiii 1h<; very Hrst it gave uiu relii-f, and in a,  short time had ninov.d tin-,accumulation 5-0  that I could breathe frer-lv through the itustriU.  iheiiaui left, my head and eyes. Its ellect  upmi my l,n.,-ii'i wa;i truly wonderful, purify -  mg and removing every \rs:igoof the unpleasant odor, and during the pa->t ve.ir Voice using  this reine y have not felt 1h ��� fea��t ��i(m ot my  l<jriner.troiir)lf. I eari lnghlv ler-oimnerifl it  and know of several othi-r-' in our iicjglrb'jrhood  whom it has ciircrl."  Soldby ulldniKgliH.     .71 cents.     Six   boxes  with cure guar an teed, for -2 5'i.   A freu samjile  sent. fo.-tiiv itrtdrc'-..     Kiieloso   u   r-onl,   stani'i  Addiv-f, Thu (iritlitb,-! Ac  Miu-pijcrrion  CJ-j., ]:.'!  (;lmn;li Strtset, Toi onto.  SCRAPS  OF  SCIENCE.  A cube of cast iron one inch each way  will bo crushed under u pressure of 90  tons.  The diameter of the moon Ls 2,160 milea  and its diameter from the oarth 238,650  miles.  Iron rusts more rapidly when wetted,  because the water contains so large a proportion of oxygen, some of which combines with tho iron and forma an oxide of  iron, which is ru&t.  Mr. BorkedaP of Norway announces  that the sun is burning out more rapidly  than is usually believed ,and that unless  something interferes our grandchildren  will see its extinction. Mr. Mohii, also of  Norway, has checked Mr. BorkedaPs calculations and finds them correct.  ASTOR'S AMERICANISM.  ��� y.V%T,ho'rgood people of .Boston seem to have  .    '"?',K'cailed oil'" the raid against   the   JOnglisli  .yy$sparrows there, probably as a result, of the"  . "Itrf&^'t^elo-A mericnu    alliance.���Wilmington  lleh 0  Ifethe wind would put in a hill for blow-  *    C(' -"mnm  ponuaipr^'fa  ISP  k0CPi%  "gpT.���K'ans.'iii City Times.  jPrairie /ires nrO ru-ging ajraiii in somo of  wards  of   Chicago.    The .billows   of  he   sweeping over  leagues > of  grassy  tudo form a spectacle unknown ki r.ny  er metropolis.���St. Louis Globe-Demo-  Scfi  iieh Kurjiriso is manifest over,tho /Ind-  in an Athens temple of a vote rn*r by  an who dicil 2.-I00 yearsago. Herein  cago votes of liicn who were never horn  e been found, and no great noi^e was  a about it either.���Chicago Xews.  low  ���Bo  GLEANINGS.  BjjjThe highest house in   Paris   has  eight  rBtpfies  ondou's record of  deaths   by   violenco  S^fiWtfs 3..")1.-1 la^t year, being   ]'2i  abo\o  tho  celt,  WM$��p'"-:{i (,f ,hu !,n"'-',,,Iin" i,,�� i>'w��-s  |^^pA. pearl diver considers it   a  gord day".-:  ������M$fi?rk   'f   he colleels   anything  over   !*0l)  10 n-cortl of  hwlpfoeJl--     A thousand shells is Uk  SWc day  KrbeiMS&.i   ^Jm^&%omo continental, governments make  gf^intmey through lotteries. Prussia raked  llPF^000'000   la"h   >'fi"r    "lul" ltillv   secured  World  jggra^fOOO.OOO by such inear*,s  3-&%$A 0-year-old   Phil.-id.-Iphla  1,  j >  id 50' { -  .'.". i'4;*;:  ho <t y,  grecs "���'  HVOIC '  y  fell   out  \.";Of"'ii,thlrd story window, and his  life   was  ���wived by lighting  en   a   man ,wearing  a  silk hat.     The hnt. w.i-. ruined  The Egyptians besto\ved great labor on  '���.their tonibh  and   littlo   on   their   homes  :',,They   regarded   the   la iter  as   mero  letii-  ;t��porary alxides. but tlu; lornier they looked  "Jonas eternal habitations  How They Made Jlumnilr-s.  A hotly might he innmrniiied in three  diirerent \yay.s, ,';inil the price viirifid accordingly,   in the first and laost expeu-'  sivo   method   tlio  brain was  extracted  through tlie  nose by means of  an iron  probe, and the intestines were removed  'entirely from   tho  body through an incision   mado   in  the   side with a sharp  Ethiopian  stone.   The intestines were  demised and washed in palm wine, and,  after heing ooversd with powdered aromatic  yums, were  placed   in   Canopic  jars.   The body was then filled up with  myrrh   and   cassia  and   other fragrant  and astringent'substances ami was laid  in natron fdr 70 days.   It was then carefully washed  ancl wrapped tip iu strips  of  fine linen smeared with  gum.    The  cost uf mummifying a body in'this fashion was a talent of silver, or about ��"240.  In the second   method the   brain was  nob removed at all, and the  intestines  were simply dissolved and removed in a  fluid state.    The  body was also laid in  salt  or  natron,' which, it  i's  said, dissolved everything except   the skin  and  hones.  The cost of mummifying in this  manner was 32 mina>, or nearly,��90.  The third method was employed for  tho iioor only. Tt consisted simply of  cleansing the body by injecting some  strong astringent and then salting it for  70 days. ' Tho cost was very small.���  '^Budge's Guide to��� First and Second  Egyptian Rooms."   THEY A DVERTl.SETil h'M.-rELVES. -  immediately they were clfeivn to tho public, Parnx-lee's Ve/etable Pills became  P'jpuhir, because of tne goad report they  in.nit; fiir Lhemsidves. i'hnt reputation  hits grown, and they now rank among  the ifrat medicines for trie in attacks of  dyspepsia ancl biliousness, cotnrjlaiuts of  the liver and kidneys.'rheumatism, fever  and ague aud the innumerable eonlp)ie^-,  tions to which these ailments give rise.  William Waldorf Astor would appear to  lie un American for revenue only.���Ridge-  wood (X...I.) News.  Tt appears that Mr. William Waldorf  Astor is an American on all days but the  tax day.���Philadelphia North American.  William Waldorf A slur's position appeal* to bo that as to income he is an  American, but as to taxes he is a foreigner.��� Philadelphia. Ledger.'  THEY CLEANSE "1 HE ' SYSTEM  THOROUGH LY.���Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills clear tlio stomach aud bowels of  bilious matter,' oauae l. e excretory vessels to ttirowoll' impurities from the  blood into the boweis and expel the deleterious mas- from the body. 'They do thi3  without p=iin or inuonven once to the patient, who speedily realizes their good  oltices as hoou as rhey begin to take effect.  Tne.y h��\e strong recommendations from  all kinds of 1 eople.  LEGS ENTIRELY RAW  From his feet to his  bcJy,  and ran a blood tinged,  irritating water.  Mrs. A. Keirstead,Snider Mt., N.B., teili  hew her little boy suffered, and how  B.B.B. cured him permanently.  KKEDDY KEIRSTEAD.  II in Way of I'uUIiik" It.  "Whaf'we want to do," said a member of a self constituted legislative body  in far seas, "is to establish a. board of  public worts."  ��� "That's right." responded the colleague. "1 have never thought we have  been working the public as thoroughly  a? we might.'"  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrupstands  at the head of the list for all "diseases of  tho throat and lungs , It acts like magic  in breaking up a cold A cough is soon  subdued, tightness of thechest Ts relieved,  even the worse case of consumption is relieved, while in recent cases it maybe said  never to fail. Itisamedicinepreparedfrom  the active principles or virtues of several  medicinal herbs, and can lie depended  upon for all pulmonary complaints. ,  :'v-;<?yi-'i-. -'j  ''-pfffiHaifs Liniment Cares'Dr-tteria.  l-WM��M>3L '   -.-tWHioiih Ilavi'  ({.  v'i��il��aWilner (shortlv after   the  QU) ��� I    beg   pardon  RECENT'INVENTIONS.  A  Wi.se  I'arKoii.  "You are now one." said the minister to the happy pair rhe had just tied  together with a knot the}' never could  ando.  "Which one?" asked the bride.  "Excuse me.   Yon will havo to settle,  that   for yourselves." said,,the clergyman.��� Tit- Hits  ffinaifs Liniraeni Cum Golds, etc.  GETTING  RID  OF  BORES.        -j  A Good  Rcciiiu  For  People   Who  Are  1   Trorrlilcd   hy  'J'ltein- '  -I    beg  four name  Miss-  n&Mcateh y.  iS^BSMiss Smith���That "a strange  ���,.. ..W^^iti'Sjepideinic!���Erooklvn Liiu  intrndnc-  -I  didn't  Why.  I'n fort ti 11 nil-.  docs 'Hunts   go  around with  pulled down over   his forehead  i<#Waifa?his shoulders  all   hnnclied up?   It  "Mwales him look  laiow it  like n inuniiey."  Suii.'i*   one who  had  a  j-j|.,VV;"��i��||s-j  j" ^!#��|MMIye a��ili,)St lli,!1 onco toJd !iim tIi;tt  1 ^'^^flSipo^cd like Napoleon, and he believed  .-y'-sf't'1"^*'*!*1*   ,  -\ ��<d)PfMt~A hi wers  i r.A;''.$%fMi  "H    ip&Wm  1   tef������ Anlniiu .s:,i��-it��.  :|W^|^Zebra���d'oing anywhere tonight?  .Ald'ip^^Bear���Yi-s: got   to   attend a donkey  ,buutK^pS>arty up tit Muwlsov's.  '      Ig^Zehra-Thnt's loo I,  )U!!ij^M**lni3 to ,��r',i�� y��n f  ..<, ���ife'Wi.pnrty.���Brooklvn Life.  ��'' W0&'-    --��� ' l-'h" A   Cliuiico to  Kind Out.  ' "Pa. what's 11 rebnlT?"  "You wh(eh ma tlu* next, time I come  home Into Cor dinner and try to say  BOinething that will' tickle her. 'flit-ii  you'll fee what a rohii.lt* is. "���New  York World.      '  Clover and hayseed catchers for. attachment to mowing machines have a ser:es":of  metal strips back of the cutter bar on the  machine, with a pocket in tho last one to  hold tho seed as it is shaken from tho  heads of the grass.  In a new computing scale the fulcrum  of the prieo indicating beam is movable  and can be set at the price of one pound of  the material being weighed, tho sliding  weight being then moved until the beam  balances, indicating the total price.  An insulating caster and electric switch  for use on tables and chairs fitted with  electric apparatus has tho wheel made of  glass, with a metallic contactarm nivotal-  ly securing the frame of the easier 10 form  an electric connection with a floor plate.  Cilding is easily applied to signs and  decorations by a new brush, which has a  le'el on tho handle 011 which metallic leaf  is wound, one end being inserted under  the tip of iho brush, which slides along  and deposits the foil on tho surface underneath.  There is' not a  mother in this land  who has a child suffering from skin disease in any form but  will thank Mrs. Keir-.  stead, of Snider Mt.,  N.B., for telling of  the remarkable manner in which her boy,  Freddy, was cured  of one of tlie severest and most torturing of skin diseases  by the use of Burdock. Blood Bitters; and  not only relieved and cured for the time  being, but, mark you, u/ter eight years  the disease has shown no sign of returning.  The following is Mrs. Keirstead's  letter :���  "With gmtitude I can testify to the  wonderful curative powers of Burdock  'Mood Bitters. Eight years ago our little  -son, Freddy, was afllicted with salt rheum  and was in a dreadful condition. His legs,  from the coles of his feet lo his body, were'  entirely raw, and ran a bloody water,  which appeared to burn and itch until he  was often in great agony. ���    '',  " After trying several remedies, we resolved to give B.R B. a trial.  "You can imagine with what delight  and gratitude we saw our boy entirely  cured pfter using one bottle and part of  the second. We gave him the remainder  of the second bottle, and from that time  till the present he has never had a sign of  salt rheum or a sick day. You need not  wonder that I think there��is no other  medicine can equal Burdock Blood Bitters  to purify the biood and build up the health  and btrenj?th." ,   4>  ,  hnperntlllon nnd It�� Effects.  I wish that some one would write an  adequate book-npon superstition and  its effects, as distinguished from and opposed to revealed religion and its  effects. This curse of the world, civilized or savage, deserves a worthy chronicler. Walking round the exhibits in  the Agricultural hall, it was borne in to  my mind that superstition in all itc  hideous phases ie perhaps the most conT  crete and tangible form in which tho  evil one manifests himself upon earth,,  and I think that those who have mixed  much with native races will not disagree with me.  Here is an instance of its working  which has just come to my notice: Not  long ago two Matabeles .were 4fried at  Bnlawayo for the murder of their grandson, a child of 2. Poison having failed,  the boy was held beneath the water and  drowned. The crime was admitted, but  the defense raised was that ,the child  had cut its top teeth first Sn'ch children being unlucky and the cause of ill  luck to others, it was customary to kill  them, aud a "witch doctor," on being  consulted, had ordered that this one  should be put  to  death!   Well, only a  E. Gartly Parker  MEMBER OF THE  STANDARD   MINING  12  ADELAIDE  ST.   E., TORONTO. EXCHANGE.  ALL   STANDARD  BRITISH COLUMBIA, ONTARIO AND REPUBLIC  STOCKS  DEALT IN ON COMMISSION.  I am offering come attractive monej making stocks juut now.    It will pay yon to  ~ " CODES:   Bedford iticXeill'a. dough's, Moreing & >"eai��.  keep in touch wltli me,  1 Must fiave the  cfenuihe* The  iniitartionslpok  very nice* but they  \mn my delicateSKIH*  Ti:s AloertToilet Sots CoY. C  Even a borod worm will tnrii���when [.century or  so  since we   did  things al-  loo bad.    Old Antlers  nloiiH   to his stag  CIiIc-iikto  I.tMlloii'   Heinirtce.  Mabel���Pfhaw I   . Why.,  you   would  tnarry the first inaiVwhd came along.  , Lillian���Oh, well, you wouldn't even  ^vnit for him to comb along if-yoti knew  "Where he was hiding. ���Chicago News.  .   -nt/r  : ��� -l     ���"    '.  n *r,fW&{ Oil the Wi-oiiff Tnolc.  iiilii1  '" r  11.��   I  -4 -.  kiill's   and'  ���Grandpa,"   tire  -/vq^jeens always good? y. '  i^f^Grand'ia���Not always, uiy hoy, net  "���iWhen there aro aces out against them,'.  HjHBrooklyn Life.       .  There never was, aud never   will  to"^   a  universal panacea, in oue remedy, for all  111.3'to which llesh is heir���tho, very nature  ot many cuintUes being such' that  were  the gcrins of other aud differently  seated  disi-ases rooted in the system   of   tho   patient���what would relievo ono ill iu turn  would   ngfrravnto   the  other.     "We  have,  however, in Quinine Wino, when   obtainable in a. sound,   unadulterated   stale,   a  remedy for many and grievous ills. By its  gradual and judicious u.=o the frailest systems   aro   led   into    convalescence    and  ���"���Ireiigth bv t-ho influence which   Quinine  exerts on Nature's   own   restoratives.    It  relieves tlio drooping spirits of those with  whom a oh rem in state of'morbid despondency and lack of inti'ivst in life   is u   disease, and, by   trauquiliziug   the, nerves,  disposes to sound and   refreshing1 sleexi���  Imparts vigor to tho action of the   blood,  which, being stimulated, courses throughout tho veins, strengthening' the   healthy  unlinal functions of the   system,   thereby  making    activity    a    necessary,    result,  strengthening tho frame, and giving   life  to tho 'digestive organs,   which   iinturally  demand Increased substance-'result,   improved appot 1 Co. Northrop and Lyman, of  Toronto, hiwo pi von to   tho   public  thoir  superior Quinine Wino nt tho usual  rate,  audi gauged by tho opinion of scientists,  this wino  approaches   nearest. perfection  of.any in tho market.     All druggists sell  It. '.,'.'  it has the neuralgia. 1 turned on-Cndd  not long ago, and he has never bored  me since. This Cucld is an idle dog who  reads tlie leading articles and then  walks abroad yn faultless attire, seeking whom he may flood with his reservoir of secondhand politics, working  himself up into a great stare of excitement yvhen ho docs secure a listener.  One da3* he insisted on talking to me  for an hour and a half when my head  was simply splitting.  Then I turned.  Next morning I put on a most disreputable pair of breeches, worth about  ninepence, and painted my garden seat  Next day the same breeches and a fresh  coat���of paint. And so on,( every day  till Cudd turned up. Ho began on bimetallism. T let him warm to his subject, then gently led him to the garden  seat and sat down. So did ho. He treat:  ed me to a burst of eloquence aud  wound up by saying:  "As for that fool Balcourt. he ought  to be sat upon, He's nothing but"���  here he indulged in a tine rhetorical  gesture and landed both hands on the  seat���"Wet paint, by George!"  "Nothing but wet   paint," I echoed,  with an air of deep conviction.  ���   Cudd jumped up.    "Hang it all," he  said, "look at my trousers!"  "I'm very sorry, " 1 said. "They're  all ovor jiaint. and so is your coat, and,  great Scott, so are my breeches!"  "This is a new pair of bags," he  grumbled. "What am I to do with  thuinV  1 told him to give them a good soaking in paraffin, and 1 think lie nms.t  have taken my advice seriously, for I  haven't seen him from that day to this.  ���Judy    ,'y y  most as bad   in   England.���Rider Haggard in Longman's.  LUCAS, STEELE k BBISTOL Circle Tea*     , .  1 mporters of Groceries J" g- & "��� Coffea*  ���_,������. I*. S. .& B. Ex tract*  WniBOS. nainlltoc,Orit. L.S. & B. Spice*  ~~l*>Y&\)V.Vi  TWINE.  SELECTED MANILA  HIGH GRADE MANILA  (All made this season from Pure Manila H'-mp)'  Ask fr��r Prices ruxl  Samples. ,SpoclHl .Inducements'to <-iir.'oa<l JlnyVi-h.  THE IXDEPJBXWEXT C0JIIMGK CO.  (Limited)., Toronto.  Manufacturers    nf    "Manila    nntl    slt.a.1  Hinder-   Twiut,   ;yxl    Ui>pe    i>f   eves-y  Horipliou. ,  I believe  MINARD'S    LINIMENT  will cure every case of Diphtheria.  MRS. REUBEN BAKER.  I believe   MINARD'S ' LINIMENT  will produce growth of hair.   ,.  MRS. CHAS. ANDERSON.  Stanley, P.E.I. ,  I believe MIXAR'DS LINIMENT is  the best household remedy on earth.  Rivcrdalo.      MATTHIAS FOLEY".  Oil City, put.  Sound of ihe Voice. '  In experimenting with the compressed a*ir pipes of Westphaliau coal miues  Mr. H. Schab has found that the greatest distance to which the sound of the  voice could be conveyed in a straight  pipe was between l.fJOO and 1,700 feet.'  For moderate distances a pipe of about  '20 inches in diameter gave the best results, a slightly larger one being better  for long distances.  He knows,'  His patron knows, 0  and   everybody o knows  that  this  can  contains  the- purest,    best,   and  most   delicious   Coffee  that expert buyers can  procure.   It's  Chase & Sanborn's  Seal Brand Coffee,  that's the reason.  BRITANNIA, BEAVER and BUFFALO   are   the  finest   India   and  . Ceylon TEAS packed. Put up by  MacKENZIE & MILLS, Winnipeg  ^^   SUFFERING WOMEN  I can cure permanently all  diseases peculiar to women,  such as  displacements,  inflammations and ulceration .  of womb, painful, suppressed and  irregular menstruation,  leucor.  rhoca, etc. WHITE ron FREE BOOK.  Hrs. Jalii B. Richard, Boi 938, Montreil, Qus.  BILLIARD   AND   POOL TA'llLES,  NEW AND SECOND-HAND,  HOWLING ALLEYS AND  SUVVLIES.  Large catalogue free.  .THE  REID  BROS., 257 King West, Toronto.  HIGH, GRADE   PLOWS,   SEEDING    FflACHlfJES,  OorrlaRfca,   Wagons, Barrow*,  Windmills,  &c.   COCKSHUTT PLOW CO., Winnipeg,  W.  V.    23S  THE PUBLIC should bear in inlnd  that Dr. Thomas' Ecleucrlo Oil has noth-.  iiigr in common with the impure, dereri-  orating: class of so-called inediciuul oils,  it is eminently puro and roally ellicoclous  ���������relieving pain and lameness, stiffness  ot the joints and muscles, and sores or  hurts, besides being an excellent specific  for rheumatism, coughs and bronchial  complaints. ���  liey Reacj.   "ieKidneys.  i>\  sin 1  l\\t>  5,;  101  id  [i'J  *   4 '^ TnkliiK   K  <o   IIchi-1.  "���/X��i-'>* ro nr0 ,wo sorts'of iwoplowlio bother rnoso  \^l" ^hat I ha to to look'into tho huwh.   ���  , 'c JFhere's tlio munwitli thu ready ^ntiuliioqiibnt  y i     (low,  ,    1  VI10 novor \vhh known to rofuso  1    r A clinnco to  Htand   out  nnd   nuiko  conmunits  j '"       about  All things botwoon heaven and��� earth;'  Who roars unci who bores till you really doubt  Whether lifo'a not nioro work than it's worth.  And then there's tho  other who  could' if he  would .'���"''  Cknr un these confusions which fret,;  Who could nuiko these dark  problems ho well  understood ��� ;  If ho didn't decide to forjiot.  U'Huitirely their fault if my hair's turning  gray   I, '  And my spirits grow saggy and weak���  ffh*! person who talks and has nothing to any  Arid tho ljorsou who knows and won't speak.  ��� Washington Star.  aarA's Lioimenf Cares Distemper.  HoliiU'M Humor.  John Holmes, whose reputation for'wit  Was not as wido 11s that of his celebrated  elder brother, Dr. Oliver Wendell liohhes,  was yet known among his intimates as a  man of ready repartee and characteristic  humor. .  Mr. Holnics never married, but lived by  himself' in a little house in Cam bridge  and onco a friend rallied him on his lonely  life.   '.   ��� , ��� '   '  "Ton ought to marry, .John," said ho.  "and have a larger house."  "Why, yes," replied Mr. Holmes: with a  qnic,fc smile; "if I should take a better  hall', I would have t<> inijirovo niy quarters."���:Youth's Coinpniiioii.  Tho Dost Cure for Colds.  Only those who havo 11=011 Griffiths'  ]Menfchol Liniinont can appreoiate Its  value for coughs an'd colds, especially  with children. Apply It to tho throat  and chcsfcllbn a flannel when going to bed,  and the rosult will surprise you. 'lry.it.  2S cents,  by all druggists.  IniaifsLiiiiiueiil Cores Garget iii te  f.lr. Conrad Beyer's opinion  '''._..'  ���-OF���-  DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS.  No one can be healthy with the kidneys  in a diseased or disordered state. The  poisonous Uric Acid which it is their  duty to tiltor out of the blood, is carried  into tho system and produces Rheumatism, Headaches, -Backaches and hundreds of ills and ailments.  Any one who has tho slightest suspicion  that Uie kidneys aro not acting right  should tako Doan's Kidney Pills. They  aro the most effective kidney remody  known., Mr. Conrad Beyer, at E. Jv.  Snyder':* Shoe Store, Borlin, Out., bears  this out when he says: '  ' 'Anyone suffering with kidney troubles  cannot do better than take Bonn's Kidney Pills, for they cured my wife who  lias been afllicted with pain in the back  and other kidney troubles for a long  time." They have helped a groat many  of my acquaintances in this town, arid I  must say they are the. medicine thnt  reach the kidueys with the host effects."  . Ti'iu-   lo   Iter  Wonl.  Mrs. Brou.vborongh���Mrs. Gabb says j  she never repeats the gossip she hears. ,  Mrs. Richmond���She .never .does.'. She  always tells something twice as had as  what was told her.  THE ONLY PRINTERS'SUPPLY HOUSE  IN THE NDRTHWESr  U"e keep a large stock always on hand of TYPE  PRINTERS' MATERIAL md PRINTERS' MACHINERY; can tit out Daily or Weekly Papers  or Job Outfits on few hours' notion. We also  supply READY-PRINTS; STEREO-PLATES. *nd  PAPER and CARD STOCK.  EVERYTHING FOR THE PRINTER  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Limited.  J To   Owen St., "Winnipeg.  GRAND JEWEL COOK STOVES  Buy and use them and  you will be delighted  with results. If not  satisfied money refund-  ed- Manufactured l)v  Barrow, Stewart &  Milne, Hamilton, Can.  MAffrrOBA DEPOT, 132 Princess St., Wlnnlper  Ask your dealer for GRAND JE"V7XLS.  BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.  "VVE   MAKE   PUKNACSS.TOO.  Because the roof was covered with an American paper felling, instead of the celebrated  ALL WOOL MICA ROOFING,  Which has, never been known to crack, beiny  elastic.  Paper becomes brittle and cannot stand tha  frost strain.  Send for Sample.     Send stamp.  "W,1 o. fonsbca  7 05    3Inrn    St.,   VTIiinipejf.  The winners of the sowing machines, in  the Royal Crown Soap Co. 's coin petition  tor the week ending May 27th a'ro.as follows: Winnipeg, Mrs. Lund, 3 McMillan  Ave., Ifort Rouge; 'Manitoba,'Mrs. Win.  Lee, Shoal' Lake; N. W. T., Mrs. J. E.  Henry, Eletwode, Assn. , As advertised,  this ls the Inst drawing for sewing, machines, but books and pictures will be  given for wrappers, as usual.  RAINY RIVER NAVIGATION CO.  O; DK.IWKK   12S7  J". TD- Q7JB^,iE3sr3  14S    J'rineess .St., "Winnipeg'.  GRAIN AND  STOCK  BROKER.  Private wire connection with all markets  Grain bought unil carried 011 margin.  Coi'i'cspoiuleiic'o Solicited.'  Steamers Kec-noru, Edira Brydges, City of  Albert on.  The steamer Keenora will leave Rat Portage  every-Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 9  p. in. for Fort Frances, Mine Centre, nnd all  points on Rainy River and Rainy Lake. For  rates, etc., apply to any Canadian Pacific Ry.  agent or to������  GEO. A. GRAHAM, Manager,  .   R��t Portage, Out.   ..  Alloway & Champion  BANKERS   AND   BROKERS  362  MAIN   ST., WINNIPEG.  Listed   Stocks   bought, sold, and carrrled  on  margin.  Write us if you wlsh'to exchange any kind of  money, to buy Government; or C. N. W. Co.  Lands, or to t.eiid money anywhere.  5 -I  Ciibn'.i Many .\'hiiii>.m.  Cuba is k.uiwn in history under several  names. Thu .first, was 'Antilla; then  Juana, after a Spanish prince. i'Vrnan-  dina came third, followed by tf.-inti(ij;o and  the Islo of Ave Mnria. The ori��in7il Indian name, Oubanncan, si;>;nii*yiii^"wlier(i  gold is found," wtis lln.'tlly .adopted, and  usage shortened it to the first two syllables.  1   .1  fdfaRB&iBFanBaaWk^^  ra^simssra.sa^^ ���S4 3 ;���  I  lett  ope  lias  res-  offi  ���/.al  pi'C  dia  bnl.  cle;  lar  J  to ���'  11 U('  rinr'  li  ti-; J'  1!  Bo:  a c  M.  cif  We  sha ;}'[,  hai  V |��  wh ;.-;  ieu S  no: ' i  fro     i  \  no'  oo c  'Au  me  i: i  f;ul) y.  bo//h  the   '��� >  the  , ' ���  hor     j  anc- .  ens'"'   ,-,  clu     ]  the '   ,  joi   '.'  of      .V  tali . y  '  -ive   ".-  to  rea   'A.i.l  ,JV'-'  "������t   ">!  .1 -, -  ^rmniiiriiiiiTimir iwirmseBsam-esi  m mm leader  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East.-Kootenay.  SMYTH & MUSGItAVK,  IMibltehera.  KATES Or SUBPCIurTION.  Ono .i'eai      jog-i  All communications; to the editor must be  accompanied by "the writer's name and address/  not. necessarily for publication, but. as evidence  of good faith. Advertising rates made known,  upon application.  -SATURDAY, JULY 1,   1899.  Within   30 days  Moyie's  monthly  payroll will easily average $;"),000.  The Society Girl will make 'her  .debut before tlie mining world next  .week.-  Are You Insured?  L��^^r  Will Celebrate  A magnificent-program isbo-  iWg .prepared   consisting .pf  i on  FIKE, 1.1 PM OK  ACCIDENT,  CALL ON  McYittie & Hutchison,       Post  Office  AaseMiuitiii Work Contracts Taken.  Parlies wishing to have assessment  work done on claims int(he vicinity of  Moyie, \yill do well to consular write'  the^'-undersigned for :terms. Work  left in my care will be promptly'fat-  ended to, .pnd sa, lisfaction wil be  guaranteed. '   .Q. A. SCOTT.  SAW AND PLANING MILL.  ���U  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles. ..  MOYIE,    B. ��C.  *X)�� U'lllCKS  APPLY"  OH  WlllTJ"  G. R. MUIR, Mgr.!  fe'.  (A-t  u  r,V*  HOTEL FOR SALE.  The -Lake'Shore Hotql ,i?5   Moyie is  for   sale.    The   building   is ,20^52 in'  ,8}ze; has 10 bedrooms,  bar   room, oi  The sooner tlie .people begin-.to .kick,  ���for a daily mail service over the Crow's;  Nest road the sooner it will be granted. Without kicking it will be a,  long time coming. :  Hpi^racejs, Foot-races, Indians wrestling-on -fl'>e,di",ngroom and |:ik^en.- furn-  Horseback, Bicycle-races, 3ase-  ;balj. Foot-baft Etc., Etc,  Spokesman-Review: Marcus Daly  .gets $6,000,000.out of ,the Anaconda  .deal. For a man of Daly's simple  wants and modest jy&ys that is  .enough. But for a prince or a duke  ,or a,newspaper man it .wouldn't .be  .much.  . . ;,,  Cranbrook Herald: . The provincial  .government is taking' more' pains tc  keep squatters ��� off its lands, and according to notices recently put up by  ���the government agent, the land department proposes to be more strict  than ever, These notices read as follows: "It is forbidden to have an  erection or (o do any business on  -vacant crown lands without a license."  Indeed the law is strict.  trr~���mrrrt iwhih ��� iihhimmh ��� ���������  0  CkANBROOK extends a cordial jnvitatipn to the-peoples,of  the district .toHbe1  ^present on that day and join in the jollification..  ed throughout nnd in n  good   location.    For further particulars apply to  ���Clayto-n*/Maku^ <fe Co.,  or-to JTeiaon;  J. M, Lindsay, Movie.  The O. P. R, will give reduced rates for the  Occasion. ' '   'V     '"i  77"  Is the .OnlyyCure   Specially  Prepared  FOR  !Try KOOTENAY  a Coughs and  Bottle Colds . ;���:.   .  SentibySarall 50 Cents. ��  %  BREWERY. I  S'V  V'it,  FINE LAGER   BEEl  AND PORTER . . ,   ���  Ojidkrs 'PROMPTLY attended to.  R.;Rieestr<��f;a.?id Co., Props.  mi&pw, B. C  IVcuggjAt,  CRANBROOK, B. C.  FOB FINE  i ( I  ADDRESS  .    ���       ���  : NELSON.  SPEAKING   OF   GAJL.I",.  Brann, an the Jcancclast:    G^l-l .�������� a  ���bitter  subject, and I aj-^.11  waste  no  ���time selecting sweet  words in  which.'  tojhaudlqp'tf   Therre ib no  surriu/3 :of  ,   awqet words in   my  vocabulary anyhow.    I$hn<vo ne.?$r yet  been 'able   to  rent my mouth for a taffy mill."  Web-';  ster gives -severs?}definitions  of gall;;'  but   the   good   old   etymologist  -was>  .gathered ,io his '"athora'jLQag fee/ore the  word   attained   its'  full   development  and assumed au honored place in .the  Slang veAac.uUr .of  the cday.    It  was  needed.    It   (ills    wha.f editors ' ..caJllsH  ���jBCCCfe  e s  Fort Siom Mercantile X5UFFMAN HOD  COMPANY. (UMiTKD.)  ���Wie stock of. .-the MOYIE SU-PPL-y CO. has'."been |ft'  i  MINERAL WATER  ^ojd to Messrs. Campbe.H' & 'Roid, who are 'putting  ,hi a full stock of .Groceries, Tobnecos, Pipes,' Spots,  .���Shoes and .Clothing, and who,Fill he pj:epatred io  .give the citizens of Moyie everything required in  .these lines  at  a close  cash price.  'Givexisa ^all.  Wo .carry comjiletc linos of  $  /ft  to  /��>  DIPLOMA AX-P ifE-DAL  ��� AT      WORLD'S     FAIR.    '  THORPE   &   CO,  Dry Goods,  groceries,  Hardware.  "alomr felt want."   ,Gall is sublinjated   T    ��'    ftAGTmAAT    r\      r*   I ' ~  audH��iy,^n8cexitent^^^iff-^% C*MFN'   WAMffi  mnp.nia.t.;uo     n0f,-,     tripple    plated '���  -^A-V.f"     " /nll^ f_ fj.  maculative     nerve,  ,che.el:, bi'ftg ^ $#%$. slugc.   ft i$ what  ensiles ?-p,^n to   borrow ^v,e ^oU,?JS  of you, forget to repay it,   then  touch;  you   for   twenty   more.    It  is  what'  makes   it possible   for  a   woman io  borrow   her   neighbor's   best bonn.et,'  then   complain  because  it   isn's  the  latest st3*-le or doesn't Auit h,er particular type or fceauty.    It is what causes  people to pour  their troubles into   the  .ears of gassing ac^uaintences  instead  of ?&&?*}���� &eti} f-PF home consumption.    It is what makes a   man   aspire  to the governorship, or to air his asin-  fiy i^ , the   ppngressoof   the  United  States, when he should be   fiddling on  a plj.pl>   of ��� pprtltfopd   y,-ith   an   abje  bodied bu,ck-saw.    It is  whitt  leads  a  feather-headed   fop,  with  no   fortune  but his folly, no prospects but poverty  ~wpftJifpH-3  ousinese ability   to   find  bread  for  himsplf^tp ,*pentien   raar-  rj^.gp tp p, yopng'lady retired in luxury,  to ask her to leave   the  house  of  her  father and help him   to  fill   the  land  with   fools.    Gall   id   what   spoils  so  many good   ditchers   and   delverp  tc  make       peanut        politician-*       and  putty headed professional   men.    It is  what puts so many men  in the pulpit  who could serve   their   Savior  much  better planting tho   mild   eyed potato  or harvesting tho useful hoop pole.   It  is what causes so many young  ladies  to rush into literature  instead   of  the  laundry���to become poets   of  passion  instead of authors of pie.  .$-irf."E::  J&&,?*Poxaxuirpe JBldg.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.  J. P. LaRonde.  FRESH  W, R. LaRoxde.  FRUITS  And green vegetables arriving on  every regular train. The largest and  best assorted stock in Moyie of tobaccos, cigarettes and imported cigars.  See our  DRY   .ap��DS  Ladies' aprons, underwear, boots and  shoes, toweling, table linen, napkins,  flannels, flannelettes, prints, etc., all at  LaRonde Bros.  MOYIE. Queens' Avenue  'T.0 hW .olatrbjflLg and  gwit^ -Jijirp-tabingjs ,to  AT   IJEA^J"  The amount of  S8.So.fer Bay.  TRICES EIGHT.  COMPANY.  Queens Ave., MO$3tE, B. O.  FACTOR!"**!) ' <j  yictprJ^a., ,.-   .yjincouv^r,   -   Nelson,    h  Want Anything  IN THE DREC LINE OR  AS.SAYERS'    SUPPLIES,  iCall <wj ox wrttp  W, F. TEET2EL & CO.,  NELSON, ��, C.  WINJES,   LIQUORS    AND   CIGARS  AT WHOLESALE.  CranbrooJc,   ^-  Fort Steelo.   ���   Wru-dtior.  MOYIE, * EAST KOOTENAY, B. C.  ���The above hotel ,co  neatly   furnished.  Board $5.00, per week  Per day $1.00 and up^  ���The bar is supplied  with"  e the   best brands of Liquors -s-nd Cigars   h'l':  m  OrT-  te  When , in  Cranijrook Call   at the  PIONEER  ASSAYEM  Funny "Bulls" or the Liners.  Occasionally the "liner" pioduces a  gem of unconscious humor, says* the  Cornhill Magazine. "The murderer,"  wrote one."liner," "'was evidently.-in  quest of money, but, luckily, Mr.  Duncan had deposited all his funds  in the bank the day before, so that he  lost nothing but his life." In a report in a Glasgow newspaper of a shipwreck oil'the coast of Ayre this appeared ; "The captain swam ashore  and succeeded in also saving the life  of hiH wife. She was insured in the  ���Northern Marine Insurance Company  foi 5000 pounds, and carried a full  ^cargo of cement." ���    \  Assayer and  Metallurgist,  MOYIE,  11. C.  Prices Given  and^ Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  lane at the  NEW JEWELRY  STORE.  High grade watches a specialty. A nice line of engagement and wedding rings,  broaches, blouse sets, bracelets, chairis, etc, Orders by  mail solicited. All work  and goods guaranteed to give  satisfaction"'.  W.F. TATE,  Cranbrook, JJ, C.   y        JEWELER.  UOK 08.  %  PflQUZ S.  '���>  And Bee fche largest stock in  , East Kootenay. We have  everything you require in  shelf and builder'^ hardware,  paints, .oils, glass, stoves and  lijawar.e. Tins.hQP in connection.  ��. I-I. MINER, Pr.op.,   CRANBRook.  NELSON,  B. C  That ie what,we se-]^. V/o carry every  thing in that Ji/ie, both staple and  fancy. .Our stp.cjk 13 t)ic largest" in  Nelson; our prices the lowest* our  goods the best. Special attention to  mail ordpre.    Write na.  Try Throe Slur Flour.  M. DesBrisay & Co.,  KEIJ30N, O. 0.  Abehdee* Block.  Fainting,-Paper��  Paging, Ealso-  mining, ��tc, ��to��  LAKE  Barber Shop,  Corner Victoria at.  and Queen's ave.  W. A. HAMII.TON, Prop.  MERCHANT TAILOR,  CRANBROOK.  Repairing Noatly and Troinptly Ex-  ccutefl. Special Attention Given  to Mail Orders.  Suits Made to   prder.  |t��T  Ketlmatos FurMi.ihed.  MOVIK, "U..O.  PATRONIZE  y   By Pending VftWT Work To fho  lake Shore imn&tyl  PHILIP CONRAD, Prop.  000B WORK. pivjcES reasonable  .FOSEPH NJfiTWEK3TA|>X, pr0flt .  Lager beer sold  by thp   Keg or  doliou  bottles.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  The daily service  between    Atlantic   jand    Pacific  by  the.   '  IMPERIAL LIMITED  to  be inaugurated  JUNE 18TH,  will give   quickost  time botween  OCEAN   AND    OCEAN  across the  American      Continent  Jhiily    express   sorvico     via. '  Crow's   Nest    route   'to   and  ;'    from   KOOTENAY'    COUN-y  TRY.   Improved  service . on  nil  Kootenay local  Rail  and  Steamer, Lines,  am  *-'*��8  K'S-^'i',-  tHc'g'M*!'  T  Bottled Beer  in Stock....  Outside Orders Oivei^StrictAttontion.  Mpyelle  IVJoyelle  Mpye|l��  Moyeije  MoyelJe  Mpyeild  MoysJIfl  to Winnipeg' in  to Toronto in  to Montreal in  tO New YprJ{ in  toy Coast  to  Nelson  to -Gajgnry  in  In  hi  ���34  74  78  90,  20  7  '4  hours  M  !i  : li  ll"!  \])\)]y lur Itfiiwi, Mtuu-, TiiiH- Onrdfi, TJokotuftgl  I'tiH Infoi'iiiiiUoii to Nonrost hi/tf.l  A gout, or  ROBERT    KERR,    Triifilb Mana^r-,  1VINNIPKG.  W-F. ANDKRS0N, E. J. COVLE,  T. V. A.. KoIhoh. p. r. A.,.Vc.iicovor,  tDSSk-Boeure our ticket roada via. C. i\ Ii,  O^ni^rhaK-bccomo^scour^���     j  1" ^.^'S^^iSK'Vti,


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