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The Moyie City Leader Jul 2, 1898

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Array rws  '- is>'(-h\  ~i;<^0WM::  MOYIE  CITY, B. 0,, JULY 2, 1896.  iHlirGELEBRAl  Fourth of Jnly Will Be  Observed.  $2 "A YEAR.  -c-  AN IBEAX. T0WNS1ITB For Business and  J '        ll-l ��� JS J.Z ~1   T   ~-^ ���IZ4-m+  pleasure; as'^Residential Locality j��  Unequalled.  .   Situated on .Moyie kake. ExcellentJJFish-  .ing, Boating, Bathing  and Shooting....  SPORTS   OF    ALL   VARIETIES  ..MAMMOTH ^RETAIL   EMPORIUM.  A Good   1'rogrnm -Will  *Be   Carled   Out-  Baseball, DrilUhis Contest and      ,   ���  rug of War.  .o    ^BACKED BY PAY ROLLa->'  r, I 4  St. Eugene, like Shore,  -Mines all>ith>u an hour's walk. ' Good water  '  supply!'   Exceptional .drainage facilities. J-Eae  ���;the*boflt prospects.  haedwarb;  groceries,  PRODUCE.  ��fcsSt jA��iSzj��tiex ji-cs&Lj&tjAf sbjb-s*r.'&rs&tjfg-  "k  �������*�����?-*-  The Busiest and Most Talked of Town in <k  EAST KOOTENAY.    " m  1 G. CAMPBELL, Moyie City, B.  /IS  /ft  /ft  /ft  ���4ft  3>  ]\tAUTlN FCHVEYi* CO  The House is Quipped iu First Class Eit��c  Throughout. Large ami Commoi>ouDimns  Room. Best Brands of Wines, - Li.iuois aud  Cigars can be hod at Uie Bai.  /ft  /ft  /ft  Headquarters for Commenciaf- and Mining Men.  /ft  yj;     QUEEN AVKSUK,  /ft  /ft  MOYIE  CITY, B.-C.  /ft  3*  OF  An Ideal TownsitelMostlPicturesguely and Delightfully Situated.  The Future Gceur  of East Kootenay  Backed ^payrolls of tbe St. Eugene, Moyie and  ��� Lake Shore mines.  .For-Further Information Apply to  LAKE SHORE ADDITION TOWNSITE CO.  �� &ee^9&&j&t>99?��&*&9&*^  ^^^^**^*****^  ft  tb.e Best ;Brands of -Liquors ���*  <IV  /\\   MOVIE CITSr,  . rtrflBOQ FOR COMMERCIAL,  HEADQUARTERS *ok^  AND MIN1NGMEN. coi.uiii��iA.  ���*$^^:*5��^S3eSfc��"*^^��-���"^'^  i6��ee66���:6���ee66���i��3�����see*��*  We shall celebrate tho "Fourth ol  July.   Although this is ail American'  holiday-it will be observed by the peo-1  pleqf Moyie just the same.   Of course  the   patriotic  .speeches    overflowing  with narratives referring to the suffer-,  ings of the revolutionist heroes,  their,  deeds of daring and heroism, as well,  'as the tales of self denial,and self sac-,  rifi.ee and no less brave  deeds or foe,,  sweet hearts,  wives  and   mothers -ctt  that stirring '-epoch in American "history-will bo dispensed with,  but ,the  patriotic small boy with his fire crackers can get in his work, and  the  man  who insists upon taking his  fireworks  internally will be allowed to get there;  willi both feet juet tho same.      J        .  The celebration will be given 'under,  the auspices of  the newly organised  athlerio   club.   J.   M. McMahon,  C.  KaufIman,Martin Foley andG. Gamp-  bell were appointed as a committee on  sports, and see that' the program for  that day is properly carried out.  '0 The main -features of the day  will  be  the   baseball   game   between, the-  Moyie and Cranbrook teams, and the  rock drilling contest". ,  A meeting wa* held in the office of  the" East Kootenay hotel  Thursday to  hear the report of the committees on  finance ami of ��� rules and by-laws of  the athletic  club.    J: M. McMahon,  who had-charge of securing, the funds,  stated that he had   received  Bubscrip-  toin-s to the amount of $113, bat was  confident the sum could be increased  to at least $125.    A committee  consisting of J. M. McMahon. A. T. Clark  ���ind S A. Scott  compiled the  following programs, the first - to be' carried  out at the  grounds  at  the foot of the  lake in the morning and the latter  to  take place in the city in the afternoon:  l.-Sack race, 100   yards,    first   8.3,  second $2. o  2-Long jump,  first  $3,, second 3>2.  3'.���Three legged race, 100  yards. Erst  $3, second $2. ���  4 -Hiirdle race, 100 yards, five throe  foot hurdles, first $3, second $2.  5.-Ladies- egg   and   spoon  nice,  2d  .    yards, first $2, second $1.50, and  third $1.  6���Boys   handicap   race,   10   yards,  first $2, second $150, third $1.  7,���Flat race, 100 yards, first $3, second $2. .  S.-Baseball match, Moyie vs. Cranbrook.  Afternoon program at Moyie City, ^  1.���Rock drilling contest, first   $15,  second $10.  2,-Putting   the  shot, first  $3,   second $2.  3__Boat race, first $3 second $2.  l_Tue of war, Italians vs. Swedes $10.  A dance will be given  at   the East  Kootenay  hotel  in   the   evening, to  ^mcnce at nine o'clock   to :wh1Ch  all aro cordially invited to attend.      .  '.'order of the bay.    y  The steamer   Echo will   make Us  reeular trip to the head of  the lake m  S morning, and upon -returning^  9 *30 o'clock will immediately proceed  0 the grounds at the foot of the lake  where the first list of sports .will ta^o  Lee It will make a return "ip. a  ^clock sharp, when ��  war, rock drilling contest, boat race  I^puttingthesliotwUlta^^  Free ride on the steamer to and from  the grounds.  Died of liis I��J"ries-  j.mes Sharp, the man who had his  J an arm broken by the falling of *  te near here about two weeks, ago  died at the St. Eugene: mission, bos  pital last Tuesday. .  P Patrick Dwyre, who -received a Irap-  ture of tho jaw and other l*Uunoj n  Lo accident, iSroportod to bo,-H  0 critical condition and l��M��"����ohl  chance of recovery.  %  TIM ROOFlMG A SPECIAL  ��� ^PROPRIETORS   (SF-r-  ASTK00TE  CLOTHING,  Genes' Furnishingfev  1  ��OTS and SHOES.  OTELj  .eTRIOTIiY FIEST CLASS -IS ALL DEPARTMENTS.  -��-��-��-  ^\    .. .     _ '   ^ ��� rr;���-, TTorroii nnrl Wm. Hamilton ar  'John MatUeson Accidentally Killed  Wlrile working on the pile driver in  J. McDavitt's bridge gang at the -foot  of the lake last Monday afternoon,  John Matheson was "-accidentally,  struck'on the back of'the head by a  piecQ'-cf iron, and died the same evening from the effects of his injuries.  Matheson was' holding a pile in  place, at the time the aeoident occurred, while the hammer was being  drawn to the top of the frame, and  when it had. -almost "reached ��� the top  the hook which connects the line with  the double trees slipped, letting "the  hammer fall and'jerking the rope,  with the iron attached backward  through the-air and striking Matheson  as ctaied above.  Tnif'-blow rendered "aim Tinconsci-  aws, but he soon recovered and did  not' appear to be dangerously hurt.  Later in the evening he took a turn  for the worse and died within a short  time. His remains were "interred tbe  following day beside those ��� of Joshua  Hillvard, who was -killed by a falling  tree last week; in the new cemetery.  The deceased was a native of Sydney, Nova Scotia, and was 31 years of  age He-worked for some "time on  the eastern end of the Crow's Nest  road, and recently came here with Mr.  McDavitt's outfit. It is said he was a  man of exceelent character, and  was held in high esteem by all-who  knew him.   j.>oaUnJpn Day Dance  Dominilln Day in Moyie' was not  generally |">bserved/perhaps the main  feature'being the dance given *at_ the.  Moyie hotel in the evening. This;  however was a most successful affair,  being.well attended and nothing arising to'mar the pleasures Of the participants. Moyie's old reliable orchestra, with Prof. S. W. Murphy and  J. E. Mttsgrave as leaders, fhriiished;  the stteet strains-of music for, the  merry dancers, and Ben Murphy managed the floor-and dofle the calling in  such a manner as to gain' the approbation of all present. A luncheon  was seized at 12 o'clock.  School Meeting Held.  A school meeting was held, in the  office'of the Central hotel Wednesday  evening and   a   temporary   board of  trustees, composed of W."S. Cranston,  G. R.  Muir   and   P.   I.   Moore, was'  elected.   Communication   has    been  entered with S.D. Pope,  superintendent of public instruction/and an effort  wili'be made to  have a school established in Moyie City attfee  beginning  ef the fall term.   Several applications  from teachers havo already   been  received. ' '  Got a Tie Contract.  G. R. Muir has closed a deal for  cutting 20,000 ties for the Crow's  Nest road, and will enter upon the  work within the next few days. The  filling of the contract will ,give employment to at least 20 men for a  period of two months.  Tim Farrell and Wm. Hamilton are  .'  doing   development    work'    on    the ,  Farrell   and Society Girl  properties,  situated-east or the St. Eugene mine.  M. A. Beale, the well known Fort"  Steele mining broker, and A. F. Howard, a London capitalist, were here  this week inspecting the principal  mines .tributary-to Moyie-City.  Divine service will be held as usudl ���  by Mr. McPherson in the dining rooto  of lhe Moyie hotel tomorrow (July 3rd)'  at'7 :30 o'clock ' in the evening. HiB  'text will be:'"For all things are  yours"���rCorinth, 3, 21. ,  John Day and Master Eddie ifturphy  returned-from Spokane Monday. Mr.  Day brought his bicycle .with him,  making the first vehicle of that sort to  appear-upon the streets of this city.  McMahon Bros, now b^a^ ����� tin  shop in connection with their .store,  and F. J. McMahon, who has had several years experience at the badness,  has charge of that department. They  are in position to handle all kinds of  tin work.  W. B. Willcox, formerly -of Spokane,  but more recently of Kaslo, has purchased a controlling interest m the  Kuskonook'Searchlight. Mr. Willcox,  being a journalist of more than average  ability, will undoubtedly cause the  Searchlight's rays to be brighter thaa  ever. . __  l>KShJog Railway Work.  Construction work on the Crow's  Nest road is being pushed with all  possible speed and all-indications now  point to the arrival of the steel in  Moyie Citv by the 15th of August.  Double shifts are being worked  upon nearly evciy portion of the road,  and the raila ar being laid" at the rate  of four miles a day. It has been  learned lrom good authority that the  track layers are nearly 10 miles this  side'ofCo'.d Creek, and that they ex-  pect to reach Cranbrook by die latter  part of this month.  The contractors on this portion of  the road are getting pretty well  through. Many of them are working,  uigbtandday in order to complete  their contracts, quite a number of  them having taken contracts on the  Rsbson and Penticton road and are  anxious to get on their new work.  LOCAL BRIEFS.  (,j  I  Moyie AtUletic Club.  A meeting washeld in tbe -office of  the East Kootenay hotel Tuesday  evening for the purpose of perfecting  arrangements for the organization of  the Moyie Athletic Club. The ofii-  cora elected were: W. S. Cranston,  president; F. I. Moore, vice-president;  O J. Rose, secretary. J. H. McMahon, C. Kauffman, Martin Foley.and  G Campbell were chosen to act as a  coaunitiee on sports: lt was decided  0O organic a baseball team, and John  Day. was .elected manager. ��� W. H.  Murphy, W. J. Tierney and F. J.  Smyth were appointed to, draft a set  of by-laws for the guidance of the club.  U will practically be governed by tho  d'luuo ruled as govern the North la-  ciiio Athletic association.  W. P. White was here this week and  has 'accepted a position at the St.  Eugene mine.  A billiard table for the Moyie hotel  has been ordered from Toronto, and  will be here within a few days.  Miss Kershaw, Thos. Raedder and  Victor Desauliner wore passengers on  Thursday morning's boat for Fort  Steele.  A licenso has been granted the proprietors of the Lake Shore notel. The  house will bo opened to the public the  latter part of next week.  H. H. McVittie, connected' with  Cann &' Co.'s book store and the post-  office in Fort Steele, was a visitor in  Moyie City, last Monday and Tuesday.  T J Elliott, well known in this  portion of this country, is now holding  a position as conductor on the eastern  end of,the Crow's Nest road.  Frank Sage left, here Monday; for  Brooklyn, the new town on Arrow  lake, at tbe eastern terminus pi. the  liobsun and Penticto .1 railway.  V W Washburn, one of the prosperous fruit growers of Port HiU, m  the Kootenay valley, was in town thw  week and remembered the LkaPBK  with some delicious strawbeme s.  A  party consisting of  Geo.  McL.  Brown, V..Hyu* . Baker, J. Hutchison  and H. H.  JBurwell   came  over Jroui  Cranbrook Thursday afwruoou,   read  ���UI tho sign* in to*a, and returned on  'the steamer Echo the same evening.  [L. S.]   THOS. R. McINNES.     .  CAHA.DA.  Provinco of British Columbia*  VICTORIA, by Uie Grace of God, of the Unite*  VICrSSdoi  of Great Britain and Ireland,  Queen Dsfender oi the laith, &c, it. -lu  To all whom these.Vrcseuts shall come-CRLB?-  U"0.  A PROCLAMATION,  �������p��ei iu the severai  aud   respective  Electoral Districts hereinafter named.  SOW KNOW vJKtUat, by virtue oi tlu. ail-  thoruycoutained iu the "t>rovluclal JSlecUOM  vc"' Z Lieuteuaut-Uoveruor m Oounci d*  *la���� Sat the tollowlug poUlag V^y shall be��  aud they are.hereby,eStabliShea for *^everjl  Klcctoral Utatrlow, the uame, of which. ���� h��  oppoblio such poUlug .places, respcunU), that  is 10 hay:���  i.ox.ui.0 n-Aca-,        KwcLoaAi. uisthict.  ,\ Kast.Kooteuuy���  ". I     South Kidius  Wiwa... -.-. * ��������� ���  >'urt Steele ���������������  iSorllr Star Miu1--   Watduer *   ferule -, ';:;"''  Urow's Nest Laudrug  Uraubrook ������'������������ ������  Moyie ,City..."   Cual CreeK.. , ������������ ',y      .  in i'ESTiMO.NV WHKHEOF We have cauBcd tbeso  U" '"ur Letters' to be made   pateut aud  thu  rjreat scal.olBrrush Columbia to be hetw*  unto  amxed;  Witness the   bonourabW  0f our said Proviucc ot British Oolumtaft.  ����� Our City oi Victoria, in our ��ud^  luce   this iiiteeuth..dayLof June, u. IU.��  ^'o   uur,Lord one thiuSand.eighthui4v  dred uucLuincty-eishi, UuU iu Uie biMS,  ;   Urstyeacof Our.Keigu., ^^  Uy Cbmmaud,. ���',.������������.,. : '��� '.  Deputy groviacial dcurttary.   ^  jfttOVISOIAl..  SKC��ICXAKi';B   OJTWC*,; "  ���>i\itX April, 1WS,  WHliawBhilliteCraurton, of Moyie, K^ulre,  wuuiy ��l Ko-wuoy t ..dlU iMay, ISOS,  uJusUcuot   tUe.i.ua--V   'rt��11",, .^.,  County <")���' Koowu1-}'' " "���  Y'ilS  mi  KXw2ui��\A&%Zff&i N*MWif*t ^rflftiii- fl^Silji "3  ���.   !'  * i: <  i   f,  y;y:  /vrtv*Ruux.,nk'��kBr]ni ���ejasrz-r^TWV^rvurx*^;  r33ri.^jCM*I  -os^r^r.^; ^n  ;t,-.'=^=a-'EM<ti--JTi>nt.rjGr .a-siu r-s-w-.jr- rW"Vf.-*ms^��s^:*.*;^-^ww^;ra;j���  c^crtj-f ferL.ri-v  r-*c���iwj "jl"* j ���"  THE  OLD  SCHOOLMC'JEE.  ^��rr't laorji.jr���"fin ouroo ni^f  ���"���.*>.      ���������" *���*��' i t  THY WILL !-3Z ONE.  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SUPPLY  ,,-gno q-jor, y-i p,Ki[r.uj i-,;.'od.m;) sl.'!tq3 i  -1-**0 d-'ll"J*- 1^llL'* ���--* ���*>��^^'';'f  Fci"KLttc:i  be- l*:  [iiih-ss, mdood, j:iy song i.iiall save them.  The mice nlonp the rnfieis s(jue:ilc  Or f-nnw tho U-nviv <>f --oi-.ic ol I primer,  Arrd lou-,0 Ijhi'.k cl:ipb( fii'd-. r-fis]) rni.l en-idv,  VMnlo fades ll.o twiinjirt dim rmd dinn.jer.  And so it standi; from j-enr lo jear,  .   Deserted, l'ciiinii-e.'iit nuis*.!y,  And',' what with all llriit linjir-i*.; nciir,  ���Sadder than death and (|V,r'e t:-, fiie.-.tly.  ���Ernest, UcUiiffey   m   V.'oHiuu'a  Llonio  C'onr*  pamon. '  A CALIFORNIA FEUD.  ��� o'fx     ���pn.-i:)s��  01   tn.'cM.fi j pair '4111:4  o:m:o |  -orj  ndo.r nq; 'tnmr a:h   pa.'Isir.tS  j   qs-iq '4��/ ���  j  '^'.iiqiAdi; oi p.iir.T-snj qon svm. odo.i ot[4 jn |  , pin) .nqjooin atitji nt:nil oj mi-J.iri 1 jiiim,, ,  ' 'jiiopiDiti nqi Mniicpji  w.q.w s.q.nrqjj pJO'f !  pi'.Js- ,,'H.UUp    pi,"J    llAvnp    pi/tj    (Mvop 1ll.).tt   I  j���    'IMS or; 1   opri   p.-a't.-rq   pmi ni'.oi jo \uto j  I M   p.-,zp.s   A;)in.>!.-,-nr,   s-nr.it.'qf)   p.lo-"��   '-rjnont  l'"-.!1.!^ .C.\r,'-)[j nt   pup   ip-ii'M',]-,     "o.), i'nip:o[j j  o:jl tinnu.iq   pui: iri.I(!s-:p   p:;q .Cjjn.iri  tyqj, 1  .yp.uroq M.\o cim::��� joX.iJUsi:\\o.nq"i Vpin;[ .  -s-i   puiqqpiji;   oi[i   y/.t  su.u c(p[B   stq im-.j.s*. j  ��� 'oipViir   pio:)  jo44if|   niif)     "nJiir  s-\iuoa"  av-">; j  I v s"-,:a\ jo|ba j.oj qoH jjao luojsn.tofr K,)[.h/qj ]  , p.io'j p.iu.u.u o|)i,'uii.-jp isnni nt|4 sriwqjjj ;  1 "JtoiUA  I" pj::"..>ii (>i[x I  Thy will bo done 1  Ftrike, Tiiou, the ?Jnster, *.ve the keys, ~~  'i'iic aiitliein of the tif-tiuie-.;  I'lu; minor of Tliv lollni;si,<.tr.iin���  Oin- he:u-Ls shall brwrobe Ll;-.- old rpfniin.  <        ,X/    Thy wilt be done !  "\i*h-c-e-\v,  nov  ���'    Von nro   n. <"et-e.'!incr  0<  omplete Outfits ,   j  '  XlSl��V'lAS'% ll MlKiondyke-Yukon Gold Fields,  lor it." u  f-.r .r yon:*-,' ono.    But   I'll t'11 you what    F0,  r-  ���ToirX  G.   "WlirTTIKi  HIS LEGAL AMICE.  Eiknnnr Bunker was n lawyer, nowly  fledtjcrl, nnd jis yet without n client. iliH  BliinKU-, with  It hail lnstvd' for tho seven yonrs ilurlnp  whifh tho Gnrrys nnd tlio Slndcs hiid'livctl  itiid rniscd or.ir;neri. s,ir:i\\ berrli*-. nrr.-l rii-qr-  berries on ntljoiuinr-; fnnus. 'Tlio Gitrrya  had ton ncr-.'s, tho tflink'S find lliroo. 'J'l'.o  Carr.\s Iwul been kiyimj by n littlo money  each year nnd iinpro.-ing their properly. .  Tlio Sliulcs Inul run beliind a tritlo mc.ro'  each year. Their lilll-ysquare frame house  lmd not been rcpninioil or roj'.-iircd pincc  thoy boiiRht it ri'ml tiieiroutbnildinfrs-wero  half ruinous. Tho Cliiinys could nlfocdto  liiro Moxlcnns to help turn tbo water.' on  tlio trees when the monthly irrifjatiiiLr; day  ctinie. Tho .Slndes hail to depend on their  own family���mother nnd inlhcr, o'Kht  children and an undo'who was dyinij ol  consumption. Theso 11 people lived the  ' yenr round in n se\cn roomed house, and  nt harvest lime or when tlio precious two  or threo "miners' inches" of -water had  , been bought and must ho eervotl, they all  turned out into (lie lie-Ids.  Tho Garrys nnd   iho  Sialics   qnarrolcd  nboirt tlio  eternal  question, which embitters   tliv   '*/<->   ot  iliu   Onlifornlun ynrjiior,  ,    \vhioh_ niiikes  deadly  encmiO.K   of   pcoplii  who livo next douv lo one nnolher, simply  by rbas-on of that proximity, and sots- e\ery  jnan's (onyne and hand ay'iinst, his neif.di-  'bor���the quuatir^n   of  wntor  rights.    Tlio  Hlados attrilniled tho undue  prosperify of  tho (Jarrys to tlio fact  that tliey got moro  than their shnrcof tho w.ater.   Tho Garrya  considered it part of  tho  Rcnoi-al cu>-se"d-  ncss   of tho  Sladcs  that (hey stole water  whenever  they got  a   chance.    Criminations and  reorimin.'itions  Hew constantly  back nnd forth across the znnja which separated the two places, nnd suspicion regularly   becamo  wrought   (0  frenzy ns   the  middle of tho incntii came round."., Garry,  who was a   hot  blooded   Irishman, sworo  fearful oaths  Ihat   if  ho onco onught anv  of them at ic he'd blow (bom oiT rh'o earth'. I  -    Ho placed his ni ighbors on the level of tho j  Chineso   coolies   wlio.-o   Mist   strawberry  , fields stretched beyond him to (heeast nnd !  ���who would lie  all   uiyht  in   iho  ditches,  '  waiting for a chance   to  slip a pate up an  inch or so when the zanchevo   hnd parsed  on in*�� roi'.'ml. I  Garry pested up a hand written placard''  on his  tankhoiiro, ol'ferin;;  .���?,"- leward lor  the capture of any Slado caupht whero ho i  should not be.   lie could not keep it there, J  however, for threo ti mis .somo ono slipped  nt  nij;ht  (hrouyh   tho orchard, tore  half  tho  card   olT  and  covered   tho oi her, half, '  with opprobrious remarks'concerning tho  Garrys' ancestry.  No ono had tho least doubt as to (he an-  thor of theso reflections, for jMintn, tho Jl'-  year-old , daughter ol" tho Sladcs, was  known to be tho only ono of tho family  who could write (wo words together.  Garry threatened before his men to hoisc-  ivhip licr if he raupht her on his property,  nnd, hearing .tins, JUintn sharpened r.  kitEmyn knife on (ho yrindstono in tho  rickety woodshed and carried ic" in tho  pocket of her dress��� when she had a pocket ! "f��nr:  ���or stuc'c it in her bcit���when sho wore a  belt.  ��� She was a small, wiry, rcstlcs*s creature,  -with light hair, bleached almost white by  the sun, always strinpir.K into her eyes,  l'aeo and h'ands tani-i'q-coppcr brown and  a sly, bright, roticnl- look. .She seemed to  concentrate in herseli all tho cncrirv, all  the vitality, which might havo beon'dis-  tributed among the tin other members uf  her shiftless Viiginir.n family. She was  nlways abroad in tho fields working like a  man when sho chose or playing "boyish  pranks. ,Sho wore generally an old skirt  and a man's coat and went barefoot nud  hat less. Sho used 10 climb after birds'  nests into tho tops of tho tallest, eucalyptus  trees and cling there to bo (o-sed about by  tho wind. She might Ire ��een verv oft.n  walking the ridgipoloof the Siade mansion, balancing heisclf w if h shrieks of delight, and then sho would jump down into  the green spray of iho great pepper tree  that grew back of the house, iier falln r  used to smile, when hu saw or heard ut  thesT perform.-',nc es.  '"Girls will bo girl-;," he would sr v indulgently, "and cf i'.ey win '. to |v b*,,....  why, so much lhe Iviierfor th" rands V,V  need hoys, lieau n l.i.inv.-,. Ami Mima's  tbo only one ot" y' all that doos a day's  ���work."  -- Minta helped primo tho oranire trees,  touring lur clothe.- and sometiino'-1 hor  lirown, calloused hands on iho nu'dldikrj  thorns. V.'hcn itoiinu'to pir king boi ries,  hlni was dioorfully admitted by all tbe  other .Sialics (o bo cju.-'l to any two of  them. Sho made de-prate war" on ibe  f-ophers, which arc lhe pest ni tho orchard-,  ���used to visit Iier trap-, nightand morning,  dragging the str;n-".:)iuir. chatteriim ;.\7i-  inals out of thi'ir buiiow-.. to sma-h 1 hi ir  heads with a stick Sometime- siie held  them fpr a few moments to laugh i-t tbe  queer faces and nois. s thoy mado, or put  Iror finger in   their   n.oinhs  and   laugh'-d'  ��� yotin-j qnuo n.wop [prjT pint '��.t<?->.'l q3 JOJ  j  041,'nns aq) 04 )v<A 04 ^rn.Cij irooq ��a,t ,  "osn  1  011 s,ii, ���P'*ppi! o-I 'Ji.'rfpjr -.ij\r 04  o.Cp'stq !  ut op(Uj.W4   piouiKH") ' w   qji.tt  ��-,'ii|ii.ui{'pin; j  ,'osnoq 'oqj 4.u--"r s|qi ji '.mr s-r.-qjf, 'poiunqo j  -:���:.���)   .m'p.'nds   nqi   -4i[.iii_tazi.iiii;   ut   'liioqri i  tiiiizu;;)   'initf ?ut;pt:oj [.'.arodo .hi'rfuo'i-.'oirr 1:  qo.q.w '.roup mum nq)   jo ^un.ij ui A"[4.";0.np  '  piuns otp ujini uijq   im u.wup 4011  pip qowj .  siqj,      o"-:ioq oq")  04 0?i[i.[pi:fq   oito oij) KUAi  !)! .ropi.tjo.) nt-^ pn.i04tio a"oi|4 uoq.w quijj oot)  -on nou prp .toqi.'.-'ds  oi|4 'usonlr* siq ^uiitrt!)  -.MHi.)   jo wpj/moq)  q4;.w poiduaooajd 'pun  -oniqd pq) joofo.rio j;��q ir optiiti .Coqi os Sin  -op u 1 pill) 's-0.1t!3'.)id oqj'41! qoof 04 OJJS.ip 1J  ���j)0!-sr').iilxo ,terfp;,f ",i'\: 'upuup-.t 0114 Siiiu��:q  J-JLKAN'OIt BUNKER,  Counselor and Attorney at .Law,  In letters as bright   ns   gold   leaf   could  make them, had gnr.ii up tho  day before, j  and Ids library, rath.T a   scant   pattern,  had jii't arrived, and iilkanor  had spent _  tho last l."i minute-s 'in   pntting that up, I  too: nfee-".-.' which Elkanor   seated hims-'lf j too  again in his okl arm-char,   and   musing,  rested.  "Oh, for'a good,    fat   client!'"  sighed  '���I'll giro you a ik*cen if .?on llko,"  said F.lkanor.  "Very well; hero's ynnr dnllnr, thon.  Xow hand over t.ho rocclpt.ifyou please."  '   lillnmor ."ao down and wrote:���  lJrcoived of Hiram Tarbns:,   ono dollar:  in payment for jircfc-sionaradvicj to him |  this clay gi'. ^n.  ELk'AXOR Bl"XKi':if.  Attorney at Li:  Gris/.l-*,  S*'pt.?mbcr ''.),  1 ?.>..'.  "There y-T.i have it," said he, handing _ ^.&  il over to >1K Tarnrt. :1-  "i'o.a, ii'.i't if' wh-'i'o you'll havo it,  too', or I'm mir;!uy mi*-takori. You swindle.1 mr>��� jonug man, out of .1 dollar,  and iiK'n I've got jironf. of it,' in black  and whito. That will be. a dear ddlar'fo  you; my good follow."  "l'erhaps .**o," replied    Elkanor; r "but  if you    aro   through,   sir,    you    urctln't  wait any lnm-vr.    There's the door."  '   Mr. T.irhos went out.      I I.i   went ont,  ^'e have tire largest stock on the coast, and'can   outfit   parties  on short  notice,     Wi  an iil*=o *up]'ly pad: or woil' horses at reasonable price.-',  W FOB FIS*TB ;  l  ���poDsnumou gsouS, m;4   siq'^  oj,    y4.n:c|Oif [ heard in the passago, a rap   at   tho door,  qurinisojj n.*,yv 1.131111.4 uo.i qui.'.w. 1 xoj -o'\i  -un-i oq; 04 o.i.T[4 iuo.ij oil pu��, '.toquods nqi  PI us ('upun;o.t oqi j-i)uo .won ui.w o\\, ,,  ���.toiiiA.irn oq) 04 >jot?q HiqoS jo  pi:04S(Tt 'sjiins oifi rin po.roqmup") .Toqi oou.'i  -j,")) oqi j.'uiAt.'O-f -o.t.m.104 oi[4 aopiiii u.wop  una as. uoAO pun s4(ioiii4.n;dop 4un.10.utp ot[4  po.rofd.vo *arioiii.T5i:.-| orp oj popooosop Xot;}'  'sjooft osuoq put; a*j.j[;i:5 aqj wo '[o-jicluo  oi-(4 jo puoasuoq nqi jo siioi-i.iod Suijso  -an;ui nqi j[i! qfhio.iq) as.mS poqsiuSun'stp  siq |"i."i).tojs.) puq p.).>n -,ipj .i.i;jv -pr.,"i\i io  -jp.'Kl;-; oj 'surname;) jo osnoq iii?tpuii'!f) nrj-j.  jn .mquovls '.n.'n'p'.'l 'cr T "uojt oq") jo aistA  quonn.i oqj 01 uo.jiqo.t iq p[04 sr,; 'soiutjr,  U04"iuiqst,M\ oq) sacs ?,'.O043 sji[X���  ��� pan 11 v:rox .10 a.io)��* poo;)  lio fane-led he saw tho dumon-  strntions 0^1 the part of tho young law- J ���?.  yer <f an int.'ntion to pus him. out. lie _ x^y  kept to, too, aft r he had got out,' until [ fY\  Klknnor, after half an hour's solitary j ho ra:;iu to the hou-a of Jn-tgo Kawsou. 1 yJ  reticction. Sighing docsivt Kene'rally who liv-.-d a few mile- nw.yv. ricro ho ; &y  eecum the object loused, for, but in tlild [ stopped and rapped. Tie? judge was not ' Q*.  cii-o tha ns'ual ^ri'.er, of things seamed / in. lla had gone over to "the farm."' So ' w  likely to be reversed.'   A heavy   step w.  3  AND CHOICE CIGARS'  NELSON.  ���j^sruoApv pniniDttc  -rnof) *;r.TO"^ a\o^���(,|Hut^ooi snojopjiusi  iCpninJOO���004 'pouod.nup X[qso.rj 'so.C���  ojiu>[ u suq [.iff} ni[) 'A'-rrs no.C Si? 'pity mo a  -ui .ino.f 115 ip">4 .C[q��e|o:d [it.u'qsiq.w���11014  -uooAo.id���soD'.iujsiuno.ii.") oiuos .Cfonrj.ioo'  o.:no.ini{4 '.Cimo mj.*; '[[il-"- 'sa-iiiuq.-) jnoi  o>(U4  04  OAi'iq   n.no.t   'o-yjiioo  Jo'ip'.iA-.  :.\'l.wois pins 'osni;d qjoqs 1: .134;.!,  'c.iotpuuz oqx -joqQonu ouo 41; odiu7[3 u  ^ipjutl q;iA\ '4i.'0[is poo?-" siiudixohj oqp,  ,,���0.11.' (i[dond  oraqi qcq-w .wonq no,\ ���ptrntf aoq ut qi qo>3  s,aqs 'o.:oq4 :;oo-f lOjiuv '�� pnq oqs���:ioo[  'uoi|4 puv" 'OOsi uuo uoa���oioq tri Suiminj  uo.)i| &(.zopr.w nqj'pur; ���irfiriry oq) noqo.rq  p.oqs 'j.ioij) >|ooj qncf -qiiSiw.i'js dn j[os,Cin  OwS 04 uroii ttr^., ���Aiiqi:qs .<"j.tcjj popi.'.qd  ,.'aouos 'out   no   p.n;q   oq    no.������  q,ii )*-],,  ���suonsonb sjouib jo s.q.io-i b  4-.uI joisuni sjq o|iq.w 'sWtqsnoq pr.juiiout  JJAII3 siq (Tl ij'ui.ioj |t[& 'poo)S pin? i!4ii;;',_r  jo .Cpcq oqi 11:0.1 j qooj ,moj poptnq ojntq  lunqq q.iorius oq.r, ���sinuqo .I0.\[rs jo iiui[  -S111J' u qit.w 'podi;.">[ pnu .mils oqj osioq siq  OAt.'.i c.iotpuvx oqj, ���ipj!!' oq) jOAo moij  ooiOA   u   poinoqs   ..(JPiqj   H,quqw   '^oit.,  ���Ojltiq u jo o.puirq  oq4 jCiqooj porpnip put? opts .tDq qi: ipj  puiiq qi|Si.i .inn ���li'inoui irodo .'toq qStuuq)  p.niq >?i!iq<!:i"iic| pu�� puui tf*i.w poi^.-;..:.ip  'uitiin s-,:.w 11 -su.iounq r,i{4 jo qqfiK r/.{4 tq  yymq oqi no it puq puu ojiiU'i; 40 w /dtn.io  -Aiub 'duiji u quo .uo.ip uour cqq jo oi'uoc,'      ',  i. "rn.  .1 04 .*T[i:o���jk.i.ws j '.Cpoq.Cin? 4tq 04  poiuiii joa-i;; j -40UJ u syuq4 'qittqi 04 n;iq)  puq 1 Oiojoq 'imp- x qio.w��� su.w qi nqfuut  qqHuoqi t pin: 'oaoui Siqqi^uros .wrr-j x ,  uoqi puu���qi o) du o.io.w A'oqi .v.ouq \ 'mo,  u.mp���r>i44ii m dn pjp sn.w oiuJ, 0:14 .wim  I., ���poi.io otf ,,;o.;oi{) u.'Aop, A'poq.un? si;.'.\ fi  avoiiji l.upipi auo.'AS 1 'sA'oq 'o.toq qoo1"!,,      |  MfUII.W  uo;04S jo soqoui .wnj oqq tij qnoqu padiiou i  Suiqqoiuos n.ioq.w '([nitp oqq 04U1 ^[pidnis-  Suyiooi ���pui:q siq ut [ojsitl "inqours o'.|4 .  'on:;-, .to)!!.v\ .sopuis- o-.(4 -Crj thnpin?)y sw.\\ oj-- :  ���itRj pun siu.nutq jpiqi iln qq3ni:-) 's-[004 !  Jioijl poddo.ip A'.-.q,^ ".u.a.'9 mojj a*.m os'.icoq '  u puu '4011s ioj.-icI ii [i.tuoq ptriqoq qjoi p::q 1  ou tuoq >A iiiim oqq ,104<.I juoutoiu y    "1*<oo;j '!  and iu stalked a gaunt, bony six-footer,  with an nsgo.i.l iu ono hand ami an un-  'dressod sheepskin in the other. Elknnor  knew his customer, an okl acqualutanry,  "miserly as the day is long when days  nro tho-longest." ilo coolly pushed one .1  chair to him, ; and then busied him-cif  with somo books and papers that lay  before! him, vvith an appearance of industry decidedly greater than ho manifested  before hi- \lr-itoc's nntraneo" '���'  "Ton seem to bo jilaguny busy this  morning, squiro," said Mr. Tarbox, aitaf  a silent session of some lo minutes.  "Kather, busy, sir."  "Well; .then, I guess- I won't interrupt  yon, r-quire, scln' ns you aro busy."  "It is my h-i-sims-*", sir, to bo interrupted," remarked Elkanor.  "Yps,��� I    knov,'   lc   is;   but you s''e I  didn't exaclly call   on    business.    I oily j  wanted-to get a little advico; just to find  out what .vour opinion I.i."  "'.Veil, sir, stan your case," laconically I  remarked  lilkanor. |  "Why, you ^ec, squire, wo   had a kin 1  of cattle show down at   our   end   of tho '  town, yon know,  l*i=t week   a,   Tuesday.  Well, you sp.e,  I got into a lit-fclo. hit   of a '  r.crapo there. ' Vou   know   Bill Walker, I I  s'pos.'?',' . ;  "I can't sny I do," said  Klknnor. '  "Don't   knov,-    Bill   Walker!   Ileavrus J  and r.lrth,  squire!  JCvcry 'om'.y is now.5 Bill '  Walker.      I ruther guess you know him, j  sqniro.  Jest think a minute." ' |  "I'orlrq's s-o; but go on with your j  cas-*, if you please, and let Bill Wa'lker !  go." I  . over to ih  ��� Mr.   Tarbox,  farm   aft.-r   tha   ind.  Jt ivm a-long throe miles  1 and by tho ,timo he reached tho spot ho j  1 had a1,.-.uc made, up his mind th.it. it '  ' would have been as well to h.ive given j  I up the dollar -'and caid nothing further j  i abnnrj it, ll"v.;evcr, he p'-rsovored, and '  "at- last found tlio judge in the (idols with j  ; 0 lr;e in his hand hoeing potatoes. 1  The judge   was   a   man of   few words '  ;' ami soon    brought   Mr.    Tar-bo.-;   10   tho ;  point;.       , I  !      "Why, tho amount of   it   is,   "jiulgo," j  i rwid Mr.Tarbox,    ",you   soo   this   rvaipt !  ; the. littlo   ra=eal has   given ma.     Well, ,1  I wan*- you to take it and haul   tho fellow  ' up for me."  !      "Jrfa.il   hi-n    up!    Why,   the receipt Is  good enough.   What do you want, pray:- '  "I don't   want   anything:   more   from  him.    But    I   should   like to make him  swing for it, though, one while."  '".Like* him swing! Swing for-what?"  "Why, , fcr   swlnillng   mo  out of my  money."  "Yon   stupid   oh!   jackass!" said   the.  judgo,' "diiin't you go to him and csk his  opinion?" '       ' -  *-    "To bo sure, I did,  b::t"���"'   ,  ' "And didn't he giva it :o you?" i  '   t" V'S     (���'>*���"--, i"lv      hi'" "        ' i  "Don't bothar me \?it!: your 'buts ', if  jou r.Fkfd   Ir.ni ft,?   his   iwuieol    r.-.ui he!  gave it to you,    I should    say   that"   was !  "Ye.-;, but he dido.'c 'give' ir to mr>. i  lib mado in.< pav- o::o dollar (r.r it, I'\'.j-.v, ���  that's what I call swindling."  "You may call   ic   what yo  it h no more swindling   than   for vou ro  .iii,-,,-.      1 *���  /,-  *  -1  �����3  - >-.  *��� tS  sm^m^m^w^a^m^m^&^M^M  flutrittc  Wc' Quctf Lav/ Prices on Ticks, Shovels, Gold Pans,  Gold Scales, Pack Straps and Saddles, Dog Sleds,  Dor;'Harness, Tents, River Coats, Steel .Stoves,  Camp Utensils, Etc., jitc.���  Goods bought in P.ritNIi rd]im-,bia ;,-o>into tls  in (in1 United SV.ie.s_they will be. t.-.xoi   ."(il   ]��ii-  .0"  -��'t  Si  'H  ^���,  ' 'jj  * ��� A  '���J"  "if  V'J  : ,Tfif  &���>?  -A -"*'  ��� 1,  *".  iV^  : I At  rift--- ���  -J*-\5��  '   i  -ti  is Kloniiyko free.   If Ix-aidit  c��?nt  duty.    Yan<:oii\er i*,  or ina'i containing full information  e!ie.i;iu-.t p!*ioc to out'it.    V.'ni  McLennan, McFeely fi Co.,  ,        P) ..  LIMITED.  1'/' **>' f O-' 1V P r>    '���>    c  ^'~v&>  'iJJ.  p*r-s�� *r>yi ryp in < 4 m  Vvliisky  now    I thought ynu I swin.ili.". ���  squire,   you  ���'s   tha man  .uo-p.'q;- oqi in   poioatjo.t   siuojuni   01(4   10  still   moro   when   the   i-liai p   teeth   ilnw  blood.  When, once a month   tlio yanrhoro came  at night nud   iinhiel.-.d  iho   ���*-,l;  prate, tlie whole fan"!;,  tin-  by lantern li-jht till   daw 11  roil  ui'-,   water  l.u to Wf'l )���.  'i I  i hi n  discarded  .skiits  and   assumed   ik<  which   sho   vastly, preferrod���trijiit-X'is,  iVi'.l r  fSiWU  a  Uannel sliirt and Ipuy, i-ubiier boots, and  standing deep in 'tho Viinnin^ v, ate.r sho  wielded spade or hoe like a man. Hut iho  joy of, her life was a horse. To ride with  only the bridle and a girth, looped for her  foot, throwing her.-elf fiat along'ihe back  of the brute and shouting into his ear as  ho tore at full speed nere.-,s the mesa���this  was a pleasure for wl-i-di Minta would at  any moment cheerfully risk her life;, t-qio  had been thrown half a hundred times,  trampled on, all but rolled on,' anc!  ��� hoi-left ���������arm showed tho marks el' a horso':.'  o-'.'jj Jiii[jo^oirj 'p,'u oq) jo quo -sorM4 oq) jo  A\npi'qs oq) (.-(   i?uoiu   "uipiois   quo.wO][  ���q )i;p puu nquJI .ioiu.w  "t:ni|) jo uoi'ioodsui luuosjnd i? qui) riutiuoqs  quouioiu qui-) ju 41m o.io.*.-. .Coqi quqi unq  o.iii[Mi,..) pp'.o.w "rimriioil 's.ioqqrti.m t-iq no  -dn n-.uqi.' j.i A'.oqnqt.'.'OA srq p.i4��m:qx.i [u:i[  oq putr 'pn.rq [jnj Mi.'i.i'in.i s��;.w joju.w oi;i  uoq.W ".-*op;'i:-; oqi mo.-j 'pins tuoqi jn ouo  .y.qqi'.OJ) JOJ *iup[(.0[,, H!.w oq 'pmsn s\.'  A'sip oqi ipkio.r: j "-fuj  -:|.-M.ip iiooq peq nq q;.'i|j jonq ponnirpt: otf  'l>iq 11 j 'pua '.i.'/'ui! pin.' qui.!]) qnw so.aios  s'.q 10 q;n> jji:.| ^-t.w ..11 |\np p.i--.*.\.ioiji! pu;s  ii.iiu osjjj j >)i:.s\ .iqi joijiq.) oq 1 qoiMOiuuo")  m ')0)|0od si'| u\ opioq 4o;| u 'p."i[j.i{?.) ptin  oso.oq .->;[-) 4jo[ tiq o.mjo(| Xq-qq.w jo ssiqJJ  )i !|ii,i.ip o:[ r".i(iiOAO jiiqi joiu.-.s. rpi.w  ( paijo.s oij 01 o.io.w somnuo .-.rq 'pnomrqa qj  I (-it '.ioj 's;)ur:q   in.\q\-op;   ot() no jodiuo) siq ,  quo\ oj 4::<i 4u.i.\\ ,i:\ o'u.mo;") qii.w ouoos qno[  1 -ojA ti .i-iiiv oJ-.i'i qi: w j);.! w .w.urr oq put:  !  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'o.l!"o miqio.i oii'q.w 11 ifipw -Cu.irf oii[q oKnq  ! y. qm.u'itli! s(qi   no   punq ,i,-,q a'jj riq'A'(03,ioif ���  ��� p.iHiiei  uqui'ivr     ".toop   ir.roq .v.oj u qtlno.rqq :  unq   qq.w   nniqpx)   Xq   .t.ipt'.l    siq    .ioj    pj !  ! -AOiqr.upuq -oq qtaq qoiq.w, '|(ii>(s p.i.inqaiuj u :  , puu sn'a( to.^o.iq   o.i.iqi 'I)-">In:"l   umii ouo jo  j  p.inoo.i 1: /fuiAiiq. pui:s.*.'.i.:i:y oi-l t>\ rt;i[Smbi  j -oq os.ioq u Dpt.i   04 si.'.w .-i;;i ,Mi|  jo sqjuoui  j xis qsuj   o;[)   .ioj q.ii.'oq jot;  jo o qsop oqj,      j  j -sopi.'i^ oi(t jo qoojs oui  OjoqAl    rnp    ])-.i:ii.ioj    q..;qA-.   ftuwjs  in i:.i:-;o.i'| pi:q -oq.-;     -.cooj .woqs o; u'-.wou:  liojq   oqb"   noq   .:o.\ou   qnq ' 'tj 4004   Eii<qo(A  "Yes, but ranlly.  knew lliii      Wiiy, 1   --wan,  must know him.   JTiil  Wain  that wear's that old���"  Bud wc will jjt.t iniiict on our readers  Mr. T.-irhox's luminous desorip-mn of  'liill Walker s woariug apparel. Snflieo it  that ho did ,descfibo tho said Walker's  apparel in a discourse- of about 15 minute.-", aft&r whk-h he spent half a 11 hour  in telling how he and liill had had a light  together, and then eked out the rest of  the morning by tolling what they had  fought together for. tin was in the midst  of this when Elkanor heard tho distant  dinner bell ring. EH-.-uior hadn't been  jn tho profession long enough to know  that lawyers aro generally supposed not  to need dinners. So he cut short liis  client's tale with:���  I      "Tho amount   of   tho   whole   matter,  , Mr. Tarbox, so far al I can see froai  your own story, is that you    think    J J111  I Walker sto'e ono of your sheep aad  acknowledgj that you h ivo neon ami taken  one ot hi =-."  i      "That 3    it,    squire;    you've    hit     it  j 'zaetly."  1 '    "nut von hav no business to take   ono  ! of liill Walker's sheep."  j      "Why, I3i!l Walker took-,- no of mine."  I "l'erhaps so; but can you provo that  fact;-"  j      "I'rove it!    Thunder and lq;Inning1   I  I should hope so.     I can   provo    that   fast I  onouKh." 1  "Who'll swear to It?" j  '      "Why, anybody will sivrv to it." j  ".And what might anybody's ..ami be?" j  Inquired Elkanor.     "!)ii    y."i    s *,j    .jiji I  chargo one dollar; lor a Im-hoi   of corn is  ike   but s     *"  THISTLE BLEND SCOTCH WHISKY,  1  '���Well, bang it nil!" .'aid Mr. Tarbox,  rather t..-.iily, "do you mean to pay,  judge, that this receipt is a   good   00c.-"  "To bo sure I do " '  "And that I can't get my dollar back  again.-'"  "!S'ot by a 1'ing shot."  "I siqq.nse, then, , I   ran't     make the i j/- n  little re.sL-nl snh.r for it.- '  "I should .-ay not,  nm.-t decidedly,"  .-."Woll, if th i-j's   the   e.i-"o," ,-.-j-t'   ;>,�����;.  Tarbox, look log rather 'ciost fallen,  "lc is  CL  THORN'S O. H. M.  BONMOIT & CO.'S X -X X BRANDY,  Tho CHAMBERLAIN CIGAR  iKionciyRe Outfitter  S-  ,^5>  high time   I    was    goin  star'ed.  a-rosto.l.  "Just ono moment  and   off he  But his   progress was suddenly  I  if  you  ph.  hi  1!  'I   behove   you  Paid   you. for what,  n-=o,"  vun't  I'd  mean  said rku judg".'  pui.i jno vet."  "I--a-i-d you  like to know."  'Tor professional a-lvici."  "Why, yon don't mean  to   say. judge,  that you ary going to   make    tn'e p'av for  your telling mo mat   I   can't   u-o.-ecnu.  th.��t f.'iiovv, d-i   you?    Vou   don't  that, sure-ly."  "Certainly I ib">."  '"Well, .'.11 I have t^ i-ay is I'll   FgL. vm,  tp thtiiuir-r lirst?      Jiuw    much    .lo   you  charge for that, eh:*"  "I II t"!l you what I fhar ;o f.ir it "  said thr. j-id-rr-., slowly Jdttlng his litm  "iSither pay me my (.'n or 1 ll ,,;ve vou  such a ma'i.'mg as y.,-.\ never hnd i�� vour  life.      Take    your   choice,    an 1 hi  B  . P. RITHBT & CO,,  111  1  Victoria  'ICTOItrA, ij. c.  Agents  LONDON   ENGUVNO  9 ttJ C  iy * \<t EM  a-P  IF" a- >  !-��/  a hour  to-).'  )e qinc^  ���he <p  IS OUi'.'.OO  su:|(t   r.q-j  talc* th.' -.beep or have   anyiaing    to   do  with 1::-"'  "No,  I didn't seo him.''  "Well,do you know anybody wnodi.t:-"'  "I can't,   i-ay 1 do '���/act'y;    but.    thunder ami lightning, siiulro!   I'lll Walker is  jn-.t tho sort of a' fellow to    steal  I'll swear to that."  "Yes, but tiiat won't do. My opiiij-ni,  Mr. Tarbox, is that you bad hetter (-ivo  iy;i Wa!k"r ,'i:s 5,hoop and get yours bade  whenevrr you eao. It is your shurto.st  way out of th." scrape, sir."  "'Do you really think so,  squire-"  "I don't 'tniak'    anything   about   the  xi'.'itti ;*.  I know -"o."  ���'Wal, that    what's    Bill    said   clmirc  ICui  huii,,    down    to    Walkerviilo,    c..A\tl   .  ria'. I didn't r.i.ily    1 eliovo    him.     Mow- [  sooii^er,  If you both say so   I   s']i.>s)   it >  mi'st. be si.     It's an all-llred    hard   eo-e, '  th im,-"!).    I swan it I;."    (Hero Mr. Tar- j  b )-:   pulled    out    bis   watch.)    "Hul-lo.'l      '  iwo o'clock!  I m;.-.t lie goia',   that j tin  is a fact '    And Mr.  Tarbox gathered together Iris "fixings" and   ma  doer.  "J.o >k .hero, Mr. Tarhox," f-:d-\ Elkanor,  "you haven't p.aid me yet; 'Cash down is  my motto'V " .      '  "Jlave.'t   jr-a i-d    you!    1 'aid    ynn   for  what:- I don't owo you anything as! know  on.   Do I:-*"  '"C-ortainly yon do." ���  "I. should li'ko to know what  u  then."  "Very'well, I can, fell you. It  prqf'V.sl-.niil advice give you this  im:." f,''.  ".���fa!'ha! Well, now, ihat is a good  one! And how much money may your  'professional advice' be wuthi"  "ii" you follow it", and I'm Inclined to  rank you wil.l.lt will bo worth    to   you  "Well, Ii* T 'mii.t,,  I    .,���,���-.��:,,    j    ,n,,.-t|-  f-aid lie, nt li*i:;*rh    " What i- v H:r chin >y  "T-.--0 il.illa:--- "  "Two   d--.l'.,--. 1     Th-'nior   an I  ��dng,  judge, y,iu are bar  '  a fact.    1 t!-.i!iig:.t vou :i  thing for 1 iw hu��.!:,('*  '"ihat   deji.-nd-.   o..  do fais tln.e.'*  "JliM    two    '���<,!!������.--,���_  ratiier hlgn:-"  ],.-.���  1  Wlnrlcsale ]\IerchaiiLs, Shippers and Importers  to 1 !,,��.  d in'l ch:,  no-,\ ad,.;,���..- "  '���ireum.-qan-'e.--.  Jig'it*  t.'i-ir.'s  ���j a ay-  KOGTL-KAY  iAr S\-  l-t. I'. 1.1 i  NELSON, B. C.  '"3-4"3f|  1 ~ym  11  .i'.i'.ige���isn't that  IIQUOHS,  f-.'dd    the   judg-;  '    handle,     'j'a'^c  for    the  "-Vol a c ut  "either that r.r  your choico."  "Well,    blact  you!  (;.;.�����.*- th-ri'" said!  Mr. 'larbox, hauling out "f   .*,;, old di-tv '������  p-'cketljook a dirty ",'ho." "  .  "\'erv good," f'ij.1 c!i') ju-!r.-.     "1']K)p. ! &-  .nix bank, hu* dell;,,.,.   All   rigbt;  hero's ! ^  your ehang'.   Vou may K��� i��,w.'. j ^  Au,\ Mr Tm-bo-- r.j.! g ,. IflJ stopped, '%  .hou-h a.t.r going a ,,.,.. st���p for h' ; V  hoar I the judge c.-l.li:- t,rUH. (,���',,' <?  "Weii   what", w.y:Ung   now," I'd like ' ^  to know:- ' si.a-.-l -d in-. ' 0  "Oh,  nothing \.-cy particular," replied I (5s  Jii'i����, "o-,iv [    t'i.ni-.!l,o   perhaps   as I &  1 you ler mo .have    tho   two   dollars     ���"-       <  j !10rl,'!'l "*.,-vn,u '"',:-:��� like a reciiit."'  I      Mi". Tmbo-- g..,u:id ins  teeth   audi'nly,  v.-iy fcon.u'i.hiiig voir  .s-w-o-a-r!" found its   wiy  CI 3 AllS,  TENTS,  EiLY     GOODS,  BLANKETS,  DRILL  MACKINAWS,  02.E    BAGS,    FLOUR and FEED  ''&* ^'*Vfh^i/Z/!4^^jXi^*l,'^*^-ri, 'Ty?i/^SZS*y?!i, "%,^/^irAi/W^^  THE WM. HAMILTON MFG. GO., LTD.,  -^/^9y^rf9/*^^f  ���-Jm  ���rim  a?M  -r-.'--.��^S  and io-- b" ri'turiied  much like ' i  out.��� X.   V.  I'.lO.V.'l.  ; i-:ii:bt-":'"irt**fii.  On a Sunday  I'd like  flint ! (p  '<>  <?>  IP  $  - JIAN'I'i'-ACTC!  JU.-J  CH'* ���  tanip Mills, Concentrators, Etc  - GENERAL  MINING  MACHINERY.  Engines, Boilers and Saw Mills.  ���venim-yin   Belfast,  Me-, Ay  s   for  . I  is   for !  morn- j  ness,  was urgiUK r.hn troth  science of his   li.-.-.i-ers  said iio, "how is ic with  pun tha con-  Voung man,"  you:-"    \vi  r>,  i/^il -���iU^uilS'Ur^l^r11:;^! f        ^^KminHuy ont. Vancouver, 13. 0.  fir-.',0,"'"' 4ldl)I'-�� ,s'��   ,,Vlr   Lh1/'Urm;,r.'!'1'nJ   ^^^^'^^^-^^"i^^  ..."..   I      '"V''1'"'"''   with groot, eitrne.st;-   -"-���-"���-������������ ��� '. ,_   SUBSCRIBE FOR  7  '   *  ***   ���*"     ,iu.i: W 1)0I">-     J ������^������-v -f|  upon t:,.. y���i,.lg ,.,������ v.ilW   u       ��� ! t p �� |.-,  _  peatr-i- bawled , out,    in    *,:,���    hc;", ^ "^ j   X ItQ  ne:;rly.!;(;,vbo!eccngregaUon1   "law?.  "WI  er past.eight.  .oyiG  lir" raa��PKMft*i*Msg*-fr.n.jr���-.^xx3ar*tf-iafare*.-.��-.-;r.^-.  -il.WCT."3j,r-p..;pM!1 j.- ^.j,..__  SSiS  ���IS  .VS1  1  Cireat Norther  z^-?rzrsi;-^?r.-m*7zzx.rMt-?s.  -Tr���i- r*rsrrr=���:���r-  rTTcx-^eT^r*-Tt-rr*:  iH  RAILWAY.  -3'  <3   Fs-^  <"*>.   /?c  '-a.*.   k>    ft  ���i 'ii    l*    I-  r>*  The Surveyor's Cham  Made It  THE  SHORTEST  Transcontinental Fou'e.  "  It;is the 3'CMt Jloil-rn iii JSip; lament.  It js the.Heaviest ll-ii!t�� ! Li. e.  It has a lloi-k-Ballast Koailbei!. '  It Crosd'M No S:uid Ui'sertx.  It was Iluilt Witlio.it Land (Jia'nto:-  GovernniPiit-Aid.  It is noted  lor 'he  Court -sy of Its  Employrs. ���.  It i'l tht* Only Line sen Iii-"*; lle-.Is on  tlie la Carte 1'lan.  Mi  a  t  ? 6  f:1  <Ui  ��� , '��    . *    f~*  fi gl ,"WOMAN A:\lj 1I03IE.  f? ���    f. * i  'y  ^sX  tho  nursery,    'i'lus,   of  coin-no,   must  bo  Ftoppcd.  ii.inglitiu  same  time tnere,  is no  n the  tive,  AM ILLINOIS WOMAN'S BRILLIANT AND  USEFUL  CAREER.  ' call ic.-rih  ���nd ic need not  iter  a.s re  diate!',  TKKOUGH THE  Grandest  Iu America l;y Diiyligflit.  Scener  u  Attractive-, Tours (luring (?e.*isorj of Navication ori (Ji-eat Lakes via iliiliith in lorine.'tic.n  willi .Magnificent Passenger Kw-uiucrs North-  west and Nortlrlojal. ' i  For maps, tick-el.*" nnd cnnmleto information  call on or address IC. & S. liy.. int. Na.v. and  Trading- Co., N. and K. .S. liy., or  C.G. DIXON, General Atrciit,  Spokane, Wash.  Kyi. WiUTNEV, G. p. & T. A..  St. Paul,'Minn.  Canadian Pacific  Railway  And Sen-Pacific Line.  Direct Route  and Superior Service.  Th KLONDIKE and YUKON Hold Field,-.  To Pacific Coii>t. China. .Japan anil Au-.tr.dia.  To Eastern arid Kuropciui points. ���  , Tickets issued through and  baggage  checked   lo  dentinal ion.  Tourist Cars  FROM   KKVELKTOKK     .  Pally to.Sl. Paul.' Daily (except V.'edno-i-  il.iy to PJiititcrii Canadian and \A. "S.  points.   '  ,  $15,000  on  Stamp Mill.  ' 5,000  ))  Saw, _Mill.  10,000  ?)  Sampler.  '  T0,000  5)  Roads.  20,000'  ))  Buildings.  5)000  ))  Streets  A MTV.  F  ITCtJ  ���,?  'Pin 00s ��1 r\ cl  . Doll ��11? s  To  b" "Expi-iidoil ��� nn  l*"ollii\vii)<'  .Miiif.s:  tlio  IP  .nonument' -  George-  ��slice  FOUD'  Connections ' Daily    ("except SutuUy)  m.  To Itcvelstokc and Main I.inc points.  6 a. m.Lv.  SbOCA.N'   CITY  Air.  ^op,  To Nelson, ICanlo. Trail anil It/.K-dand.    '  ia noon bv.  .SLOCAX  ClTV  Ait.  11:20 a.m.  ICokaneo leaves  Ka-slo on  Tuo.-days and   I'Vi-  day.s of each week at 9:15 pan.  lor   runnel trip  to bardo.'ind ArgeiiUi.  Ahccrtairr present ,  Reclt-tcGcL  ���a  FQ- �����  t  i  'C4!^4j  ">i��  if  )ido.  Sundown  .Golden Wedge  Ponain*; tlie ClsiUl'a Character���liuylu*; on  Crt-Oit ami l-"or Cimli���The Thruo  l>aily  ' Mp��ir--IIo-w Al-jrots Aro OTjtained���The  Na"o-��K Woman.  Kdno.-dpr, poiontist and pi'dl-inthropist  compriso rather a wido ranr^o of titles to  gi'.e to 01:0 woman, but tluy do not cxiig-  (icrato tho worth and r.'.'hlc'.vnients of Hiss  llary li. lloimes of liockford, Ills. Xo  woman in 'Illinois in bettor known and  moie sdmirod for hrr \aried iiccomplish-  inoiitB than this well known Hockford woman.' TothouMiiiilsof vieople sl-.o is known  t.s a saintly devot'eo to the cause of roiiKion ;  to others still, a favant of sscienco, and to  others ono ot',tho most accomplished of  educators.  Mh.s Ilolmcs' special bent for original  imt-ftlinuiluji inthofioldof natural soionee  lias brou'.iht her fauie. In this work' she  lias found tho chief didif-'ht of lsijr life as a  fitudenc and pcholar. 'J'ho niany curious  pets about her homo nro intorcotiny ovi-  doucus how thoroughly onthui-i:i->tio 'fcbo  has ben in the close study of nature' ribo  f-ays that thof.o pets b.av'o'beon kept and  fosleri d not, so much to tinin, but for psychological study. Several sprscies of srpiir-  rel, pophcrs, chipmunks, ��uinoa \>lx&,  coons, wooilohuek.-, foi rots, foxes, a bear,  robins, ihrushos, niookitJK birds, parrots,  caskv.nnd many amphibionri mako up hor  nienn^erio for study. All those, boinfj  carefully train.-d to live tCKotixiV harmoniously,.ha\o developed many characteristics and fornii'd tho basis of her carefully  prepared zoological studios.  Speakinp; of her love for tho natural ecI-  ciiccf, sho says: "When'I was 5 years old, ���  I commenced in a syitomntlc way to study'  natural history and to prepare an her-*  barium���a naly::in-��; mainly by'Gray'a'How  Plants Grow.' This collection, still CA-ist-  inii in part, formed U10 nucleus of what  has   boon  called  bv   theso  competent to  C.I " *  judge ono of tbo largest and jucsfc complcto  herbariums In Illinois.,"  These achievements iu tho lines of science  havo brought; Miss Holmes splendid recognition from varii*.3 sources. In lb'SS tho  Univorsity of JSiiehipan conferred upon  hor tbo degre.o of Ph. I). This degree was  won after a mo?t thorough and exhaustive  examination, her thesis being .entitled,  "The Morphology of the Carina) on tho  of ltu-joso Corals."    TLid   trcatiso  imijichnu-rj-;, unie-siho joung-  eafed tho  mirA.'emeanor lnimc-  i.ftOr bi'ir.'g cantjoned.  j imaginative -.hiidrcu, on tlio other  { hand, \\ ill "circun.slanlially narrate   inci-  j denr ��� wliich   thoy declare   they'havo si on  I or as having happened to them,"cl\<:s, and  i it is not easy to make thorn grasp tho fact  ! that this is a falsehood.     The boat way is  I tr> tako   it for grrmtcd   that  it is   a fiction  j and toy: "Yes, tb.ar, that is  ayiice  littlo  ; fitory you havo made up.  Now, shall mother read  one, or can   you make* her up another?" l:i this way tho child realizes that  1 out; may relate tilings not trues if thoy aro  honestly labeled as such. '  Always avoid ..rooming tho violence of n  really pas-domtiu ohild. Kemember that  fiino times out of ten it is tho disposition'  nf youl yourliut.band or some relative that'  ha>. deseenckd upon tlie liitlu ouo, who is  really moro to bo pitied timn blamed. After a certain'ago or.o can reason with a  child in its quiet moments and explain tho  danger nnd puiri of the&e headstrong outburst--, and assist it to loarn tho hnrd,lus-  eo;i of self control, but a tiny mite is too  young for this., and, it* possible, without  giving way weakly hy n littlo tact and  diverting tho child's mind tho exhausting  torrent ol passion should bo averted.  \Vhtin very juvenile youngsters hold  their breath in that alarming.fashion in  tho middle of a cry, tho <iuickost way to  bring tho-m around is to rub a wot spongo  or lianncl on thu face. Tho unexpected  f.liock spoedily'prodnccs tho desired effect.  At tho same lime this holding of tho  brent ii is hardly ever ut tended with danger, though it appears most oppalliny to  nny ono unaceni'-tonHd to children.  Tho great secret of management lies,  howcer, after all, in'discipline, liave as '  fow rules and regulations as you possibly  can, but luno thoso kept lo tho'letter.  Don't excuse any deviation therefrom, but  insist with quiet firmness on their fulfillment., The child disciplined to implicit  obedience has leiirued tho hardest and most  important lesson of all.'���Philadelphia  *l'imos. 1  '  nt smtimnnts nl-'jn to these, calling fh-":n  fooli.-h e-raj-rgeiaiions of''cine of imtiuo'a  culr.us'a'-fs. Tl .-_. caniiot -co tho l-eivs.-yty  of going wi thru:! the v.ings and rugrels  which make thei."  hiadgcar mure 'slvlish  LO".  A"  1   i-iini.  What  'At  nnd becomiii;  many?" they  in iho shops.  Pardon me  er at least as  R  TLtGS  o  And   full   lnf'u-mation   by"  THOMAS II ISNDKLiSON,  W  ngonl, ot*^^  F. Andkksox,  Ti-.iv. Pa<-.  N  A rr(  -^^?* *)  t'lson.  'F.J. COYLF.  Disfrict  Vancouvor, British   Columbia.  f5"Bosure your tiekot roads via C. 1'. li.  'assepcrer A^ent,  INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION and  TRADING CO.j Ltd.  Stiis. "Ixtku.vationai." a\d "Ai.r.r.ivrA1   on  4^  4.  *i~jlL  I  nj>  li-*r"  awrenc  �����>���  T O  Li'jWSJ.  U  ���* ii\J   il   i �� 'V i. a yJ. ^>  WM  iiis.ii  '.���JA  ^ fi t P ? a   n-  ^115.000  ?II5,000  ? 115,000  $115,000  $115,000   $115,000   $115,000  KOUTKN.W t.lKE A.N'I) 'llVUI.  s  t.i 1^^itl^er Grincl  KKl'*I'X"TI Vli jrA llCil 1.1, IK'S.  ' . INTERNATIONAL.  Hont leaves ICaslo nt r"i:;.". a.m.. arrives at 8:10  p.m : leiive-s Ain'.wortli at t;:l,") a.m. arrives .11  7:10 p.m.; leave-- Pilot I i.i v at 7:1.J a.m. -".-rive-  ut (>:.'��) p.m.; loave.s Balfour nt 7:1.") a. in., aria, ls  at 0:00 p.m.: leaves Five Mile point at!) a in.,  arrives at ">:10 p.m ; an-r\ cs at NoImih at !);!."> a.  in., leiive.-i 1:1") p.m.   Mvcry day except Sunday.  '   ALBERTA.  Hont leaves ICa-do ut.'! p.m.. Tne-id.'iy^ and  Silunliiys. iiiTivu.-. nil a.m. on .Manila*,.-, and  I luir.Ml.iy.s: leaves Ainsworth al (i:"iii p.m . ar-  n\esut 11:10 p.m;: lorVves I 'iioi. Hay at 7 p.m.;  arrives at 11 p.m.; leaves l-Tuskononk 11! 1(1 p.m.  iirrivosat 8 p.m., Sunday and Wednesday^  knves Coal Hiyor at PJ o'clock night, arrives  "t (i p.ni'; leaves Ilo'undary a'., I a.m. \yednes-  ilny and Simrliiy. arrives 5 p.m,: annes at  Jlonncr's I-'errj* at'S a. tn, arrived nt ii p.m.  Meals and 1km t.hs not inelndcd.,', Passengers  on .SSJ. Internal ional from Nelson. -���Spokane'.  etc.. for points.in KiiniemiY lake south'of Pilot liny, will connect at that point will, the  Sh. Alberta.    ,-..';  The eouipany'H steamers connect ICooteiiay  lake and Sloi'iin points with nil points in the  I 11 it ed .���stales anil C.iiiiula. by way of Spokane  andt ICootcniiy river.  Tickets sold and baggngo checked to all  Points by pursers on steamers oral oiii-dtliee.  ,  . (!.-Al/KXANIMJU. Oc.n. Man.  V. O. llox lt>. Kaslo. Ji. C.  Atlaptic'~rf^  Steamship  Line.  This is tho PAY 1IOLL  that will  niiiko  $  kl 8 fi 3  a ��  tf^/O  ^iw  II  TOWNSITR  Tho  Coining  ml of  !!,!��  " .   >���' From  Lake Winnipeg���Beaver Lino..  bake Ontario���neavor Line.. .  Teutonic---While Star Lino. ... .  Krittanie--Whito Star Line. . . .  Luoania���Cmuml   Line.   .Servia���Cim.ird  Lino.. ... |. . . ���  SUite of Nebraska -Allan  l>russia--Aiichor Line. .  SUito  From  Montreal.  ...Mav II  ... 1M.i1 v.-l  ,. ..Mav I  ...May'11  ...."Mav 7  ...May 10  mie.Mavf)  ...May' 14  " "out.ix'.'d  , Mav 7  Mav*l-I  .Mav "  Situated "alt  the junction  ,    of Lcmoil".ancl Summit  .-   c'reeks at thc'moutli; of.  'the���T\vi'n Lake Pass to  .'Kootenay-     river    and  Nelson.  m  K  r furl her infeirniation apply to  City.  JIAIt" HMILIE HOLMEi  has bron mcopnizod a., an out hority both in :  Kn*.;land and Germany. Still Jator, on tho ]  , seore of criminal investig:tticn and diseov- !  cry, Hiss liolincs won the singular dis- ;  tlnrtion of being olocteil n fellow of tho  Geological i?ooieiy of America. Xo othur .  woman in tho country had been so boa-*1  oreel, and only ono wonuui since has been  so honored.  ' Miss Holmes'devotion tosciencedi'"1 not  diminish the rcli-dous xealnr.d beliefs inherited from her Presbyterian parents.  Iier interest in  homo and foreign missions has been   ejuito   as intonEC as licr interest  in   eclenco,    At no time sinco sho ���  was quite a  younj? pirl   has she boon tiny-  thin*-* less than president of sonic mission- I  nry band.    IJuring   tho past 14  ycars she  has  been   president  cf  tho   Presbyterian  Missionary society of tlio Free-port presby- ,  levy and for  tlio last ten  years also chair- {  in an of the svnodieal eoinmltteonnd secrc- ���  tary of   frccdmeu  for   tho  Illinois synod.  Iier present  position i;s frocdmen's secretary of   tho  north'Vest has   brought Miss  Holmes in close touch with   tlio condition j  of tho colored people in the southland hor  heart has been enlisted in n way thoiough ���  ly   eharncteristio  of   her  aj^ntressivo   and  kindly   nature.    After  tho  death   of  her 1  mother, in   18P0, she   and  licr  father, as- \  sisted by friends of hor mother, elected in  Jackson,   Miss.,   as  a   memorial    to  her  mother,   what   is  known   as   tlio  "Mary  Holmes Seminary For Colored Girls." Xo  similnredueatiohal institution in tho south  was more thoroughly equipped for helpful  service.  "When it was nil destroyed by fire In 1S92,  the idea nnd lovo of its purposo Mill lived  in her heart. .Willi the ,<-��nig energy .that j  had enabled her to accomplish wonders in I  other lines sho set about to. rebuild tho j  seminary. With tho co-operation of her ;  devoted father and many friends who had j  learned to lovo and follow .her in all things, ;  the seminary was ro-erected and completed i  in West Point, Miss., in January of iSOT.   \  In addition 10 tbo Mnry Holmes semi- ;  nary in Miiisi.v.sippi, Miss Holmes has.bolp- i  ed.to build and equip other institutions of j  loarn iny at Cotton" i'laut and Moutieello, ;  Ark.; Oak Hill, I.. T.) Swiff Memorial, j  RouorsynkvTonn., and Sinry Allen semi- I  nary. Texas. ' '      j  All this inissiqnnry work is beinjt dono i  by'Miss Holmes gratuitously and out of ;  purn lovo for tho causa of tbe negro'sad- ���  vahcemont In tbo aiuth. ���Fannio D. AVil- !  liams in Chicago Times-Herald.   , j  Iiuylnjron Credit and For Cash. ,  "Every largo dopartmo'nf'store," said a  woman "who has Vtudied tho question,  "has a desk, counter or oilice for 'es-  chan-ies.' Tho woman who Iraq a charge  account and who has purchased material  for a dress which, on reaching homo, sho  finds does not suit her, fiimplyywrite's to  trio liouao where the bought it te) send for  tho material and 'credit amount to mync-  count..' The hojit. day a polito messenger  calls for tlio dress pattern, takes it back,  tlio e.moumt io ciciiitcd, aiul she bus lost  nothing more than tho price of a postal  card .because of her ehanjjo of mind. Now  if she had paid cash for the goods sho  would havo found it a difficult matter to  make tho exchange, rnstead of sending n  card she must tako tho goods back herself  nnd explain mntters'So' several people in  tho departniont where tho purchaso wag  nuido, and when it is all-over she receives  a'credit check,' which entitles licr to the  amount of her ret?.rned purchase in other  ni.erchandiso.  "Do you know what a bnrgalu day  crush is'? Well, you can understand that  although one wants to get there and tako  odY.-'.r.tagOrOf tho opportunities oiTered in  the papers by. tho large concerns one wants,  to get away after making purchases as  quickly r.s possible. The woman who pays  as sho rocs n.urt wait, sometimes 11 lon{?  time, until licr parcel and chance como  back, ljut the woman who says 'chargo ancl  send' walks away immediately after her  purchase bus been nnv.le anil she knows  that her goods will bo delivered at her  homo within a few hour?. But the storekeeper knows why he offers so many advantages to tho'charge' customors. Ho  knows that tho average woman, no matter  how good a housekeeper she may bo, will'  buy moro if tho has an account than lf s'he  paid cash for her purchases. Accounts  with tho grocer, tho butcher and tho baker  havo caused many a careful housekeeper to  earn censure for extravagance and paying  rash in those departments of housekeeping  certainly means saving money, but if a  woman can resist tho temptation to buy  more than sho needs and wants to shop  with comfort, sho should bo a. 'charge customer' in tho dry goods stores."���New  York Ti'lbuno.  s.  Slocan  York rli ire ��� Dominion    Lino  Dominion-���Dominion Lino  Louront.ian������Allan Lino  ..Alay '  PrinScan- --Allan   Liiioj ! M."���;>'   ���'���  Passages arranged outward and prepaid  to and from ail I'hiropean points, i'us.'on*  Kers ticket ed throiirrh. For rales and full  Jiifornuitii.n address anv C P.  K. a.uenl., or  AGENT  -OR'  Appiewhait, .'Shenybocl  Ci . LOo  Nelson, B. C.  &&<  <^!p  .-To I-' .  X*>  "-.���'���      Ni_^_-  T. HENDERSON, Slocan City  WILLIAM  ST ITT,  Gen. Agt.  C. J\ Ii. P''Ii���."���_���!", Witinif'o  Pl'OVIXCIAb .SICCKF.TAUY'S f:,i"l'*U.'l":.     ;  iii'-   Honour   the   bie.itoiianl.-ffnvcnioi-   \ry  been pleased  to make  the  following .���lpi>umt-j  ,,!c:lt:':'" '.'.'ii-d Mnr.di. 1X3S.      i  .louv Patiuok 1!V.\N-  E-y,i��ire....M." !).. to be  '.,"   V >���,:!'within iiml   f.v.-. t!i"a  A'.a>wo.'l. 1  and  ���'���*"���'."!        ...   ���        Divisions  ol   West,   know  i Coat I "iver Mb ling  "   ���" '   Fort  na;  La  ���and   ihe-  I  i-toatjelia  L'jclo   Muiiag  Division  of  ; For-nil-as tlio Cliild's Character.  The unformed character.; of children aro  so different that- -in a family of brothers  and sisters no two aro alilio, and each ono  ���needs, careful and earnest, study. This is.  tho moro important if we remember what  n wise man onco said, "Give mo a child  till it.is 0 years old, and then it docs.not',  matter who conies after inc." It is indeed  a'fact that tlio saliont points of tlio character tako root during ihat early period cl  life and r. littlo ono of 0 who is hard hoiirt-  ' eel or untruthful or spiteful is exceedingly  hard lo reform.  A wise mother must discriminate judiciously between natural juvenile failings  aud real naughtiness. There aro so many  acts, and words which must not pass by  uneheaked, and yet do not deserve, a con|  sure or too liuieh stress set upon them, am.  other offenses which must never bo overlooked.  All healthy, strong, vivacious children  are restless, -.Villl'ul and   mischievous  In a ;  greater or less degree.   Tho boy of .5 years, ;  full of spirits, and tho  juie do vivie, often ;  pitches bis  toys about  in a  reckless fash-  Jon, very unsafe for the other  deuizi-.ns ",\C  The Threo Rally Ulcals.  "Tho average yiersonauny tako for breakfast a subacid fruit, such us a raw, baked,  Steamed or stewed   apple, a ripo   poach, a  I bunch   of  grapes  or   a  very  soft pear,"  J writes Mrs. S. T. Rorer on "What Indigestion Really Means,"' in The Ladies'  Home Journal.    "This may bo  followed  1 by a bowl of well cooked ccranl with a littlo milk, a slice of whole wheat bread,  and, if ho has boon accustomed to ir, a cup  of clear coffee,'one-half heated milk. Xo  other food is actually necessary���in fact,  ono might, be better oil with even a lighter  meal. Tho heavy breakfast, quickly and  carelessly  oaten   by   tho  average  family,  'brings about such diseases ns como to tho  overeaters���rheumatism, gout, uric acitl  conditions and Fright's disease  "The noonday meal should bo light un-  le\ss two hours' rest can be taken. It may  consist of a creinn scuj), two or three slices  of whole wheat bread and butter, any littlo light minced -meat, and -again fruit.  Tliis meal 111 ay bo -closed with a rice pudding, a oup custard or somo simple dessert  made 'principally from eggs and,milk, rieo,  .'nnd'milk, or, whipped cream. The night  meal, after loo (lay's work Is over, should,  for its first course, have a perfectly clear  soup, either plain consomme or a bouillon  made entirely from vegetable matter, or a  clear, light tomato soup. The idea ls to  warm and stimulate the stoiha'ch without  giving nourishment. Follow this with a  red meat, either boef or mutton, broiled,  roasted or boiled; one starchy vegetable,  as rlcej, macaroni, potato, or in t-lio winter  boiletl chestnuts; ono green vegetable, r.s  ���.arefully cooked cabbage, ���'cauliflower,  spinach, asparagus, green peris or beans,  stowed (incumbers or squash,.-according to  tho'season of tho year; then a light, dinner salad composed of either celery, let-  tuco, cress, endiyo or" chicory, or oven  sh'rceldod mv:, cabbage dressed with a little  oil and a few drops of lemon juice, with a  bit of cbecso and a bread slick or a wafer  or a piece of brown bread, followed by  some very light dessert similar to those  mentioned for the. noonday meal."  IIo-iv Alci-i-U Aro���.Obtained.  If every woman could realize that a bat  trimmed with nigre.ts was ornamented  at tho expense of a littlomother "ife, would  sho still wish, their adornment"? Aigi'ets  nro obtained in the breeding season when'  tho mother bird,anxidus to'protect her  young, will not hover, far from thojnost"  and thus is nn easy mark for tho sportsman. Then when tlio proud, happy mother, is gone, killed in the moment, of her terror, tho cries of the hungry baby birds aro  left for tho chocs of tho woods to sooths  until death at last hushes them into stillness., . .  Vvomen   laugh  in their thoujrl-.tlessncs?  ',.    ' V.'Jiat aro   a few among  L<iy.    "TJ'i-so ornaments aro  Wo did not kill tho birds."  ; 3011 aro as much a murdcr-  tlle hunter sent  at your dc:-  mands to bring  those bird lives for sacrifice to the altar of your love for fashions.  You will wi-ir th-) evidence erf  a   ciuelty  anel smile and bo inciry under tho burden  of your guilt.  What would nature) do if tbo sunshine of ,  the world wore  not   put  to music  in tlio  I  trees;-   Think of a spring without the lo\o  ;  calls of tho birds! Ctcn we geL along -��\iih- *  out our songsters in the Innel'r1    Then how  ; can wo  stop   Uudi- de-.fruoiiun'' "Only by  ..women, in one great body and in ihe lovo  'of  humanity, standing  up for tho  right,  lifting ilu-ir \oiees   in or.o   mighty chorus  j of .determination against, this nwlul devas-  1  tation 01   Hie  and  ..-ong, this  sacrifice of  [ joyous existence   to vain desire for orna-  |  mem,.���Edith Koberts in North American  licviaw.  1Ue l<nzsi"S Women.  A celebrated physician writes the following on nagging women':  ,      "Nino times our. of ten the woman who  ��� nags is tired.    Ono lime out of  to:i she is  ��� hateful. Tbo, cn-os that como under tho  ' physician's oyo aro those of tho'women  " who isi-o im-d und who hav-ri   been tired 1:0  long that they arc buffering from somo  ,' form of ncrvems eii.-,oa.so.    Ihey may think  they aro only tlicd, but in fact tlmy nro  j ill, and it is that sort of  iiincM'  in which  ��� tho will is weakened and the patients give  ! way to annoyances that they would ignore  , if in a healthy erudition. In. such cases  j the woman often puffers moro from her  ]  nagging than the husband or tho children  with whom f ho iinds'fault.  She knows sho  does it.   She does not intend to do it.   .Sho  1  fcufTors in hor own self respect whe:n  sho  ' does It, nnd, in   tho  depths  of  her soul,  , longs for something to stop it.  .      ",The condition ir- usually brought on by  j broken sleep, improper food, want of somo  I other oxor'eiso  than   housekeeping, and of  I enough out of door air and   practical ob-  1 jeetive thinking.   It is often the most un-  I selfish   anel  most affectionate of  women  j who  fall Into  this  stato.    They  are  too  I much   tlevoted to  their  families   to givo  1  themselves    a  t bicycle,   for   instance,   or  ! onough of any healthy exercise or diversion,  j enough of afternoon naps perhaps.  In such  j case*.' tbo husband  is  often   to   blame bo-  : cause lie plves nag for nug instead of look-  1  ing straight for tho fundamental causo c��  j tho trouble.     There aro many cases wbero  1 such a woman   begins by showing a long-'  1 ing for a littlo more attention, a littlo  , more  tent'orness, an   invitation   to a con-'  cert,or a cozy littlo el inner out with ber husband.  Tho man who doos not tako that' us  a sign  is responsible  for  pretty much nil  that follows, and sometimes it amounts to  something very liko crimincl rosuonsibil-  lty." "        '      y   Tlio Art of Laughter.  Do you know tho art of laughter? A  little education in tho art would not mako  it artificial, and ono would surely enjoy lt  all tho'moro If ho could realize that ho-  might indulgo in mirth without making  himself look so very ugh* as is occasionally the case. It runs in families sometimes to distort tho faco with laughter. I  known family who laugh a'great deal.  Their eyes always shut up when thoy do  so, and it is the funniest thing when one  dines with them nnd something amusing  is said to lock around tho tablo and seo  oxactly tho saino distortion on every face.  Tliero is not nn oyo loft in the family.  Threo sisters whom I know show qui'.9  half an inch of palo pink gum when they  laugh. In their presence, liko Wendell  Holmes, ono "never dares to bo ns funny  ras' ono con" for fear cf feeing this appalling triplo vision of gums. A littlo training in childhood would mako their laughter a pleasant thing to look at, for they alb  have pretty littlo squnrc teeth, very whito  and even. Henry Ward Eeechcr says, "A  good laugh is worth a hundred groans in  any market," and I am sure a pretty ono  is worth a thousand.���Now Orleans Times-  Democrat.  Tho Weariness of Too IMuch Eepoio.  Repass  may bo  cf  two  sorts���tiiat of  stolidity and  phlegm cr that of abnormal  Eelf  control.     Lucy De&borough   in "Tho j  Ordeal of Richard Fcvcrcl" dies after tho  ! terrible strain of her journey to Eicharefs  1 bedhldo  in Franco and tho repression, for  J tho soke of Sir Austin's grandson, of  all  tho anguish that son suffers.    Repression :  ,' exercised ovor neural safety valves may bo .  j ano\il, anel   r<?posu  a dozen   times out of '  ! 20  is  tlio  brother to ,it.     Lucy   Dcsbor- ,  I oughs  do  not die  every  day. but  many  I American women, with less noble exeusn,  j make wrecks of themselves from  year to  I year.   By a homely metaphor thoy may bo  ! said to havo   banished the  rocking  chair,  j in which their grandmothers rooked away  ��� thoir  surplus   nerve vitality, anil  to havo  substituted that less admirably American  ' thing, tho rest cure, whither how many of j  I them,  if  tho truth   wero  toiel, owo   theur '  ' own   banishment  to tho  unlucky persist- ���  enco of their attempts to be nerveless and !  A mi le.ir-  \m  .->'.-, ci'! Ue"  Ami *-a\ , ���*.  b >:\l im i ilh  -; 's ru-Hiim.  '.rs \vll l-o--l<;  10=50 to :no  D  :!..%*.���  ���r.ilv!  V*." .a: f-.;r.j 1 now Jor o.-iic'-. ���-���rniles  Or fi*own��, he.wever p!.;i.ty:-'  She loves me, though -.he's only nine,  , Ami I am iilno nud twenty.  None know my joy asl sit. there, '  I ier n! m-. .in.11 ad m-^ I u iuii. ,',  I*"or so-i; illed i.,vt* u[ vli'kh miuels  No nicne will I b.j pi-hm*;.  One can aecep: without a doubt  Toe Ii'Ve that now i-> mine,  For  ca.n ne*  truer, be,  (.'1- purer, than at .due.  Dear lit tie sweetheart, may  Lolray the love 1 ebt.rwb.  Ji-iy no "unwitting act of mine  Chum! il to fade or ji *nsli.  No cjmplim.'Ot ii-, .m ud ,ts l"  T.iough Iri.'irilil.iu mav be  "Wnere one K :nily iu.'.l by  Alld he ls ui.-ieai.d two 1  ne'er  I.i",     .  Plenty  u inc,  r v.  SHE ACCEPTED WM,  "Whan Paula lost -bar dag, Hronzo, her  chief sympathizer waa Aylmnr HI vers, a  bald-heado I barrister,  who had    been her  uun-tant admin-;1 sipee her debut.  went so ta-* as   !'>��� o'Ter   lo   supply  heart by sup-  uudoubted   pedigree i.i  .fi.  Hi  die aching void in Paul  plying a   pup of  p",ae."! ot tbo lost. ^       ���        ,  ''"Oil, 1 could not put   another   in   his  place so soon," was the tearful reply. ,  A day or two after ho wus at work  aver a brief which was marked '.'Urgent,'" when a tinkle of- tha telephone!  boll roiiaod him from a ilccp fit of reflection.  Indeed, so lost in thought wa* he that, -  ���ilthrjugh lie heard tho   bell, ho gradually  awoko to consciousne-1-! of tho fact that it'  had rung more than   onco before   ho had  applied hi-, bar to the tub".  "Are you there, "dr. Rivers?" asked  an impatient, voice.  "All  rljiht,"   replied   Aylmer, not   at  \1rst  observing   any   difference   between  the accent.h ho was answering    ami thnso  that were in the   habit   of   reaching him  Blank Sit Dash.  Mr.  you,  ! ��� ronoseful?���Soribner's.  Shrink tho Haircloth.  Many find that tho economy gowns���  those that havo boon fashioned, at homo���  hot infrequent l.v give dissatisfaction merely because' the haircloth used in .stiffening'"  the skirt, around the bottom has not been  previously .shrunken.- It is a sorry thing  for tlie oiitsido eoveringwhen danip weather takes this task upon.itself, as it is moro  than likely to do. ���   : ' '���  Tho first-woman on record who held a  medical diploma was'Anna Moranehi J.biz-  zonl, who'iu tbo middle of the last century  '.tilled, the. chair of .anatomy in the University of 'Bologna./ Tho first English woman  who studied' medicino' nnd 'receivcel a diploma was Miss "El.izabeth Black well, who  graduated at Geneva college, in N��\v York  state, in JS4U. .      ', ' (  More uso ought to be mado of tho admirable, faculties of man j" women. Lord  Stowcll remarked, not without. sagacity,  "If you prenieloa larger amount of highly  cultivated talent than' there is a elemand .  for, tho surplus is very likely to turn'sour."  "1���Francis.  -  if. Jules Lcmaitro, in tho course of tbo  personal tribute to Dauiict which ho paiel ,  in Tho Figaro, said that it was Dauelet's  wife who, by- bringing order anel peaco  into his life, made hi in capable of hard  work and beautiful books.  To thaw out potatoes, put them In hot  water. To thaw frozen apples, put them  in cold water. Neither will keep well after  being frozen.  Lamps-, lanterns, andirons, etc., mado of  wrought iron, may bo easily cleaneil with  a pieeo of cotton rag just moistened with  Leroscue.  from the ofiico of Messrs.  "Whs1; ci'yo want-'"  r'"0h,  [ want   to    speak   to  Rivers," reiterated tho voice.  "Well,,  go on,   then." replied Aylmer,  Impatiently, anxious   to   return   to   the'  paper-? >**"hl*:b  wero  scattered   aJl over Jiij  table.  "It's   me���Paula,"    be   distinguisheel  out of the rovorberation of tlie dark tube.  "Delighted, I'm sure, " replied Aylrnei-.  "I never expected such a pleasure iWhati  can I do for yon, Miss Lorrnino?" .  Thero was' a moment's hesitation;  then ho could hoar, u sigh and a little  norvoni; laugh. , ^  "I wanted to toll you,that I havo heon  thinking over what you said to mo tho  other night, Mr. RiverV tho vnlco said,  "and "-hat I-er���I accept your fclnel  Offer,"  Now Aylmr-r had completely forgotten  nil about tbo dog and its loss, as well ai  his offer to replace the lost idol wltn one  of his own selection. ,  The important case upon which ho wai  sugr.gcci held possession nf all his thinking faculties. Tho word "offer" In con-  nect'lou with bis thoughts cf Paula oould  have for him only one moaning.  But how'to roply to such a declaration  through a medium'?   Whilo lie pausod   to  put toge-chor worel-i which sbonU\ fitly acknowledge his happiness  in   receiving so  unexpected un   announcement,    tho   bell  rung again vooiferousiv*.  "Vou   won't   forger,  Mr. Rivera,    will  I  you, ami como up   soon to   tell about lt.  j   t shall expect you this evening."  j      "Thanks,  thnnks.   awfully,"   was   all  j   Aylmer had time to reply beforo ho heard  I  tho telephone shut off.  !      He pushed   his books   from    hhn   and  '  piled them ono on fop of   tho other, closing them   without   any   oaro   as   to   tha  ',  references bo had boen socking ,when hi-;  : meditations   hnd   been   so   unexpectedly  1   broken in upon.  I      Ho could not conceal    from   his   inner  I  conse.iousnenss   the   fact that, in   acting  i  us she had just doae, Pau'ia did not seem  ;  quite to realize that lofty ideal which the  1  Average man ls apt to look  for In tlio ordinary, woman when   he has   set the seal  of bis choioo upon ber.     Yet  ho ^"endeavored to persuade himself irwas,  after all,  .   & very   easy, if   unusual,    way    of,   intimating her preleronce. and   for hiin tnat  [   r.-as the main point at issue.  I      The modern maiden, he   argued, could  '  nor, always h."* expected to follow tho tra-  diti ins of   b.'f   maternal   ancestors,    and  the love affairs of the   present day   wero  1  bound to 1)3 alTected by the  environment  1  of the ago.  ] "Go tei-night?'' Of course, ho would.  1 Was time over so laggard in its flight? If  ��� she ha-l not specially named the hour he  1 would have rushed to her then an.l there.  j "Oh, Mr. Rivers, I'm so glad you've  ' eome, but I don't know what you'll  think about my changing my mind so  easily," said t'.ie girl shyly.  But Aylmer was not an tbo other end  , of the phono now���ho advanced boldly  toward her. ��� ' .., ,  , "My darling, how can I ever fbank  you cnougii?" die exclaimed rapturously,  as bo took-her In his arms, and in another moment would have kis<ed her,  but 'tlio expression ou Paula's faca  stopped him. '".Mr.1 Rivers," sho ga-.ped,  "how dare you? .What is the meaning--,of.  ���thi- extr-.ouliuary conduct, may T. ask?  And where, oh, where is the dog you  promised me?"',"  "Dog!" ho exclaimed.. "What dog? I���  I really don't know what you mean,  Miss Lorraine. I can only suppose that I  am tbo victim of. some practical.- joke.  \ You'spoke to 1110 this morning through  tlie telephone, I thought,,,and you invited  0.10 here, this oveuing."   1 ���       [��� ,       .  Paula iiodded assent.  "And you told'mo," he continued, emphatically, "that you accepted my offer.". .  ���'I accepted your offer of n dog, Mr,  Rivers," fho said,, as- soon as she could  speak.' "flow could I accept you when  you nevrr asked me?" , .,������    ���  "But you knew how ���much I loved  you?" pleaded'Aylmer.  "Of course, ".admitted' Paula, with an  Mr of omniscience. " Don't women always know? But they don't' accept a  man be-fore bo a-=ks t.'iem���u=ual!,v. "  "'���Then let the exception prove.tlio rule  in this case," pleaded Aylmer.'  "You are- quite, quite sure," murmured Pan'-a, coyly,1' "and you won't  say it was all my doing?"  '"Never," said Aly.ncr, roas.-uiringly.  "Ou the. contrary, 1 shall attribute my  happiness to Bt-.mzo', and will always  consider it a proof, if proof were wanting, of hi- marvelous iutelligenco aud  loiTsight."  "Thu darling!" sighed  Paula. '<'  "My darling!'' amended Aylmer.  ,- 'Iho accent of our native country  ri wells in the heart nnd mind, as well  *3 on th:) tongue.  RCTi-M  J^nf^J^J;*^^  m ES^SijBiajFg-��SMj8aw mm i <"J��rw��tw��wap��<, wnaaa1 t^sosbf.  *MfesTOS3!i^��3R��gpassEw^tg.ia'g.^ffgiUO����i^^  anwinKS  iwa****aPMpwwf*n'jttffl.��i'^w��.  i��a ^.��-��^-^.��s^^-^:2^��^w."��vs:u;..^,(.^  s*aarK*B-**-.*t*-aw*>*iT*Si-*>  Kanotiza  I   ',  H   T  i ;���:������  i  f      *.���  ���J  I  i;.':  the mm m leader  PuhhYiitd in the interest of Iho people  '    of JT'v-icCilv and lya"-!,'Kootenay.  JO. K. VOL NO,  J'. J. S.11YT1I,  i-irl).  and Mgr.  Kill toy.  Pr.a Yea;  t.att.-) rr subjctii'tzcs  LM5K,   J'o.'c in "u HO 1*13'?   & \OtC ciiCUiU  inulre ** .1 point io go to <lie poJl*- next  Saturday and f-ssert that right. This  is a government   of   the people   and  jt'KOVlis<ulji"tj   SfeCJi.:ur��AKsr'S    OFFICII I  rrr-3  HONOR   the   lieutenant governor has  boon pleased  to   appoint   Chas.   IT. Edwards,  K'-qmre, to be Returning Officer for,, the South  RJuiii***- of East Kootenay Electoral District; and  His Honor the  lieufenaiit-g-overnoi iifis been  . pleased to appoint end declare the Cou^t House  every Citizen, regardless Oi Ins   station j l*ort Steele to be the place for the nomination  of candidates for election  to tho Legislative  in life, has an equal privilege in choosing men to represent him in public  fiffuirg.  ."Al   co.-ir. .1) yc '.a* .' ^ -. e  i.rro'V.p."i'icrt hy'fhc writer's name and Rehire?",,  ���in- ucesearily for iiiiiilicatiou,  but a.1, evidence  offtor-'l iz'i-..  /-d'/crthiug riios nadc linov.-u  upot; nppllcrtioc  If  Bailiie   coii]il be*   purchased  for  \,}i'.t ho  knows  about   p'ublio affairs  and Rold   for   what   he   imagines he  --"-'-'-   '-������-1 j.no'-v.1-"   about   them,   enough   money  lit.- j-vut be would,be made on (he  iranBaclion   to  build fhc Crow's Nost ro.:d,  As-hOKibly iu the South Riding of Hast Kootenay  iLlectoral Di'-trict.    " -       '10-0 '  SATUF-DAY, JJ7LY.2, 1898.  A* 2&TXUKlWr3ZZ&f 7**m&VL*rJ*t'**.t2aBa  TXEAT i'OE.tVICAr. P.fKKTCKft.  The following aie a few extracts from  1    the-   Tort   Slcoio    I'rosptolor oi    tbe  reprU of  ihe  political  meeting hold  hors kiyt woe.'];:  '��� The Colonel was  literally 'snowed  ' mule:', and at  the   cIceo  he left' the  lifil!  without  tlio applause gcneially  tendered"to a welcome .and aj-.-rccable  candidate." '  "His'speech was wcfik front si art to  'inibhr find it.-"'.-v.'iie plain to all' the  chilly reception the Colonel is raoct-  ��� inii" with all over the district is slowly"  'i)ut surely bringing tlife Colonel to his  political grave."  "Threo cliccrf! wer& given icr  thei  Opposition c?.fi3Irtinx^5a "s- i^oro gen-  Grsus. tribute of applause  v/as never  n,ccorded any candidate.*''!  -,' "The Colonel was evidently forgotten.    Neither choer or  words of con-  grattilaiion were tendered him."  Every  person    xvh.o   attended, that  - -mboUii'g knows full well tiiat each and  ovor;/ one of tho above assertions are  deliberate   falsehood!;,  and show  the  fine Italian ban J.'of Candidate Baillie.  As a matter of fact  Col. Bahcr had  nearly evcrj'inaii in the bail with him,  save  Baillie's -"applause eoiitin^ont"  which   wag   brought   out   from Fort  Steele, and al the close of the meeting  <":heer after cheer went   up   from  the  large audience for the gallant  colonel.  Mr. Baillie poses before  the people  as an honest and,, houerable  man,  a  iiian unbiased in his opinions aud free  from anything that tends  towards political trickery or.fraud, and yet iu his  own paper he fries to  make  political  capital by giving out false statements.  This   is   the   man, 'the  Opposition  party is trying to. elect   to represent  ��he people of South  East  Kootenay.  But they'll never do it.  Baillie must have an abnormal  bump of self esteem, judging from thfe  exceptionally good'opinion which he  he entertains for himself as an  oiator.  BBS. BUDDIE & WATT,  GENERAL    PRACTITIONERS.     '  CRANBROOK and FORT STEELE,,  Regular   visits  to Wardner,   Swansea,   Moyie  City rind 3t��� "E-uirene Mission.  BsJtcr St., NELSON, B. C.  Wholesale  Groceries  and Provisions,  FJT.&T CLASfei ASPORV'MEST.  lei ir.= onnr-KS fhomi'ti.y attendld to.  i*. o. r.o:: 21-1-.  Carry r'Vr.e largest stock o^;  -��  l&iiawtmm rr-m  ���A Bofeton hardware store has put  out a fcign, "lawn mowers sharpened  to' cut dcacy grass."   What next?  OET YOUR  OUTFIT  AT THE  CtyMDA 01100 and BOOK CO.,  LIKITED, KEWOK,  E. C,  t  Staionery, Offlos Supplies, Vf&ll Psper.  PROOLAMATIONS.  DEALERS IX-  fHardware, Groceries,  Dry Goods, Etc., Etc.  [L. S.]   THOS. Jl, McINNES.    .  'CANADA. .   '-'  Proviiico of British Columbia.  VICTORIA, liytlie Grace oXOiod, of the Uuitcil  Kingdom of Great Uritfiin anil Irelnuel,  Queen Delenaer of the Faith, &c, &c:  To Cut i&iti-ful the Mc-ra-bcrs elected to servo in  IheLc.r.islPlivc Assembly" of Oar rroviuce  of British Colmmbic, and to nil v.'liom it  raay poiie-oru,���Okeetiho.  A PROCLAMATION.  Queen's Avenue,  MOYIE, B. C  Brags, Fateiit  Medicines.  Drupfflsts1   Suiulries,'   Mull   Orders   Solicited  o* ��ur.'��r,>u��,-)��a����RX ���^vG^j***Lv^-aKaZx:m*zzjxx?v j>. twbm^m  In West Kootenajy and defy coiii'petitj,Qn in their line "  Carpets, Eugs, 33raperiop, Gurtains, Matting, Crosl-^ery, Bedding and .Pillow*-,  ��� ' l '    o  "NELSON AND KASLO, B. 0.   "'  TP.  :. E. HAUJBTTB & CO.  DEALER'IN  Ai&Kinds fid  D. M". "llBl.'KT"', j  Attorney Gen.)  rilEREAS \Yo liftvc thoiifflit  fit, by cud ivith the Advice and consent of Our Executive Council of  Our Province-of British. Columbia, to dissolve  tho present Ler<lsliuive Assembly of Our stud  Pi ovinee,-which stand-- prorogued uutil sum-  Uioncd for elisvmleh of business.   '  ���A'OW KNOW YE Uiat We do, for this end,  jiublish (his,Our F.Ciy.ii Proclamation., aud do  herul'V disi>oivo the Leg-ishitivc Assembly nc-  oordlncrly,  r.nd the members thereof nre discharged from further uttodnncc oil same.  ��� Is TiiSTiiiOHY   Whekeof Y,'o havo  caused  Ures,c Omr Letter--tobomn.de Patent, aud  the Great Seal of Britifch  Columbia lo be  hereunto affixed: Witness the Honourable Tiros.  K.'McInnes, Lieuteiiaut-Govc  _, oruor of Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City  of, Victoria, iu Our  said Province, this seventh, 'day of Juue  ' in the year  of  Our  Lord  ouo thousand  eight Ira ud red and ninety  eight, aud in the  sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By OomiiiF.nelj . 11--1  ey     '   B. K.TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Roi*fistrar of the Supreme Court,  JOSEPH KHIBEKSTA-pa?, Prop.  Lager boer sold by tho Keg or dozen  bottles.  , Bottled Beer  in Stock,. . .  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  Hay, Feed and Produce  A large stock of ,Hay, Oats  and Fresh Vegetables always  on hand. Prompt attention  given to mail orders. Agents  Lion.-OSfewery, Eossland.  BAKER ST. NELSON, B. C.  Canvas Goods.  Tents,  Awnings,  Wagon Covers,  Sailor B.eLg8,  Hammocks,  Canvas Cot Beds.  NELSON,  B. C.  LAKE - SHORE;  ,    Barber Shop  ���AND���  Bath Koonis  J. E. MUStmAVE,       ���  MOYIE, B. C.  Proprietor  FOR KENT  [L.S.]   THOS. B. McINNES.  CANADA.  Province of British Columbia.  .VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho United  " Kingdom of Great Britain aud ..[rolund  Queeu, Defender of tlie Faith, &c., &c., ^se.  To all whom these presents Bhnll come,���  Guessing.  A PROCLAMATION.  Aiive room Hotel S4x  SO feet in size.   Apply  GEO. BASSETT,  Moyie, B. C  If You  Want Anything  IN THE DEUG LINE OR  '    ' ASSAYJEBS'    SUPPLIES,  l , r  Call on or writo  F.'TEETZEL & CO.,  NELSON/B. C.  ���e  FOR FINE  ��33.0    OOa.  NELSON.  fWjapwag^MSJt'autMagtpgynnecKwg  , UEVKJCOPIX-O   I'XIOSPECTB.  Notwithstanding the fact that the  sale of-mineral claims all over the  country Li a little inclined to be slow,  an immense an-.Gunt of develuxinicnt  worlc id going on just the same.  Throughout East Xoctenay a great  amount of work is going on iu quiet  way, and as a result a lat-ge number of  what might only be termed prospects  are being developed into promising  mines.  The time is past when all the prospector hud to do was to cut a few  stakes, secure a nice sample (many  times from another properly) and go  out and sell his "mine" to some sucker.  In order to command attention now a  minora] property miidt havo enough  development' work done lo demon-  titrate something of its permanent  nf-'turo, or tbe owner** must bo willing  to allow would-be investors to put all  ���T nearly nil first payments into the  ������������������>pe.-ty instead ui tho pockets of tho  N/nur:,;  D. M. Ekup.tsJ TTrrilEREAS Wc are desirous  Attorney Gen.j VV nud resolved, as soon as  may be, to meet Our peoplo of Our Province of  British Columbia, aud Lo have their advice iu,  Our Legislature, "Wc do make known. Our Royal  Will aud rieaaiire to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province; aud do further declare that, by the advice of Our Executive  Council of British Columbia, Wo have this elay  I iriveu ordei-h for issuing Our WriLs iu due form,  for culling a new Legislative Assciaoly for Our  mi id Province, which "Writs arc to bear date ou  tlieVcveulh day of June, instant, anel to be re-  luiuable on or before the thirty-first day of  August next.  iN'J'i'STiAioNY-WiiEKEor, We have caused these  Our Loiters to bo made Patent, and the  Public Seal of the Maid Province to be  hereunto nflixed: Witness,, the Honourable 'rues. R. JIcInnes, Lieuteuant-Goy-  eruor of ouv said Province of British Columbia, iu Our City of Victoria, iu Our  said Province, this seventh day of Juue,  in the year of Our Lord oue thousand  eight huudreel aud ninety-eight aud in  the sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By Coiauut'.u.l, ' li-.j.  B. IL TYEWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  DAINARD;& STEWART,  ��� I  Seneral - Blacksmithing,  i* <  Miners' Supplies. Horseshoe-   '  ing a specialty   MOYIE CITY, B.  C��  MOYIE and POET STEELE  Mail, 1'assenger and Freight Service  L. L. Crosson's stage leaves Fort Steele for  Moyie TUESDAYS aud FKIDA1S at  8 a. 'oi. Connecting with the steam ferry  Echo for Moyio City WEDNESDAY anel  SAXOKDAY mornings.  Baker at., NELSON, B. C.  Centrally  located,"and   first  olasa in all apartments. . . ,  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF  HALIFAX.  Incorporated 1SG9-  ���  CAP1TALJPAID UP :., $1,500,000.00  REST :.' :.'.............'  1,175/XJO.OO  '   Head Office HALIFAX, N.S.'  X. E. KENXY, Esq., President,,  D. U. DUNCAN; Cashier.  Branches and correspondents in the principal cities iu tho Provinces/United Slates an<S  Groat Britain, and at Vancouver, Rossluud,*Naualmo and Nolsou, B, C.  ��� A general banking busluess trausacteei,   ��tcntu.(*; bills of, cxciiimgo bougiit aiiaouia.   Letters of credit, etc., negotiated.   Accounts aud deposits received ou most favorable tcrm3.  GEORGE KYDD,  " Manager Nelson Branch  The steam ferry ECHO leaves Moyie City for  the head of the 'lake MONDAYS aud  THURSDAYS at 7:30 a. m. Connecting  with'L. L. Crosson's stage for Fort Steele.  The steam ferry ECHO also leaves Moyio City  for the head of the lake daily (except Sundays) at 7; 30 a. m.. returning at 10 a. m.  EICHARDSON & PERDUE,   Props,  [L, S.]  THOS. E. McINNES.  VICTORIA, by tho Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britain, and Irelaud,  Queen Uefeiieler of tho Faith,'die., cto.  To lhe Keturniiig Ofiicer of the South Hiding of  Kcit Koorenny Electoral District:  ,"  oy,*ii-  "ii- -ij.n.-r ?...v.o.-ii .'Mill  c-yi. leab.,':-    L:-.'-   ��':(!  inir.u  ii.i-* p:u '.*(,���; I iu lie'[..': .mil ii'ii'ljh: Jrtirjud  -..���I'. :,'���'��� i "i\'. i-. wi'ti'. , I������'���::.  -"!.'��� dyi::!-  Clij'c ~/'-y U*. "! '���' !���" ���' d    iiJi.1   ,'jv.i .I'lon:.'.  T"tni:'>:i:*.\a His .iiuiicr the Lientftrant-Gov*  V? ^irie: nf .inti'sh C<i)uinbi'i has, by n  l'.*tii'\n:i" ��� i.'ii bei'rir.'i,' t.h(,* d��te tjio 7ih  dny ol  rut, I'''',-', b'.'i'n  :.!e-"sr-(l to  ilistolre IJio  J^3Kl��i.  .li.*    Ar ���'���,riihly   of    ill':  <~nui    province;  aud  indllfclrv ' win::e*%��   it   is   nvcy-tai'V   to    hoM    Election**  ���iriii!''ierii lhe wi'l j-o'.iijr.o lo rili  rlrn  vh<;iii-i-  en.'ir'i'l. ed '.;, '-.le-u, Oitvil'i'reiu.   Wr. ro:ni::��u'd  yoo iii.-ii. .. ,"H'e- .." )'������ tune n,ii'( fil'ii'i1 of  L!nc-  ir*>:> > ��� ut .Ii.i    _-.������ n. ., on 'io '���.",    Kit "'lot t"  I'. h)'"''l, jieci.'-'lui ' 1.' I",',,   .if  i);n.' it'ir'l.'.'r  i.j  INTERNATIONAL  iFigaflon am Mi Go,,  LIMITED.  , Steamer -'International" on Kootenay Lake and River.  Staple and Fancy  Dry Goods,  Clothing,  Gents' Furnishings,  Boots  and Shoes, Hats and  Caps. Stores at  N ELSON and KUSK0N00K.  V  Best brands ^in  Canada  manufactured right   in  Kootenay  by   the  firm  of  ^JmJ^mEPhEb & W\W*'P ' VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, NELSON.  Ginger ale, lemonade, sarsaparilla, plain soda,  syrups,  csseuces  augostura^ orangc^bitters. , Box 108, NELSON.  BREWERY.  .TIME CAED.,,,   In effect 16th of May., 1898. Subject to  change without notice,  SK INTEBJfATJ.OWA L,  Leaves Kaslo at 3:33  a. m. ovory  dfty e.vcopt Sunday, calling at  ail way  -0-  -BREWERS  0F-  IN.XEGS  "  AND  COTTLES,  FINE LAGER BEER  AND PORTER . .' ,   .  .   '   Orders Promptly attended to.  R. Riesterer and.Co., Props,,  NELSON, B. C,  IBmmmmmBffmSfiUQ  the lioonvr t'i:yy vail bo. in poriticn   to  Minhi;;  operators  ���comiii'&ua.c-aiin.:  are.no longer  Rp:'cu;:it;ng; iii   aurfiii'e'  Bl'0*.vi*'.py; tliey ;r;i;-.t  y.yroric-1-l'tO-i.  ���O.S*"  ���sfl'  ���-.���.'���,'. 'n ,.,(1, ,.i'i-.nifi\f ..,,.,_..",iny oi u:�� I'rw-���'points.  ^'^^I.Vuu-hCol'V^i^or-ffto ^I(i- nl(����e   -. Connects'  ut t;a>:t K,J(,u-.nay .-ll'cior-,.i DikU1�� , r,ivl that       *J0nncct8....  gnWfm*���'-=��V4*---'' �����".-*:'  " The Tancouvor "World says that the  diftereiics.brtn'oon the y/ar botween  the United Sta.tes.audSp3.in and that  between the Government f.nrl the Opposition is tbat-Prt-siuput MeE.inldy.is  fighting to liberalo j'-n enslaved people, while Premier Tur.nc: is fighting  to keep a people from being enslaved  by.-mossbaok legislation. This Hv&r  must now be carried tc 'he bitter end,  no -matter y/hat slaughter may be  caused among tlie Opposition forcers., .  you ��"-*uso the 'nomlnntlou "f  ^"-"(ii'tHte^ 'it  .���"uoh.c-lection to l.'e  held 'ou  the 25th   OnY of  Juufi, l��38,-nud elocftu-se the iinuiooi'suoh mem-  I'i-i'iwhen ;;o'elected., *.',-)i.ether he be present or  rOtt.'.'Ul. to bo eer titled to Oiir-Hujireine Court, .nt  th'.:'(:ity of 'v'eto-.iit, on or iie'fore the 31,��t day of  Au'Kt next, ih'.i Election  :;o uuide, 'distinctly  anil e.pvuh uuder Our Seal duly iu.iorsed  upon  'this Our AVrit.  I.*." TusriMoKy   Whereof,   Wc Jiave -caused'  these Our ..Letters to-be made l'n'teu't unde  tlie Great Seal-of  Our   said  rroviuce of  British Columbia: "Witnesh, tho Honour-  . nbleTiiosiAs R. McIn'nks, at Our Government   ITousc,   at Victoria,  this   seventh  .day 'of June, iii tho ycar'of Our Lord oue  thoiisaud eight hundred aud ninety-eight.  By OoKunand, 11*4  .       B. II. TYEWHITT DRAKE, (  ���    .   Registrar of the. Supreme Court, .  FKOVINCIAI.  BE.CitErAKY'B   OFJfXpK.  "     , ��� 20tli \Maj% 1S0S.  HIS HONOR, the Lieutenant Governor, ban  been pleased to n.ppoiut the iinflermentioned  persous lo be Collectors of Vole.", under the  provisions of Faction 10 of the "Kodlstributiou  Act, JS'V' namely:  Josu-iiStihi.'1'tt, of Donuld, 1'or tho North  RldiiiK, East Kootenay Electoral District  CHA.'nr,F,*3 M. Edwaudh, of Fort Steele, for the  South 'Rtdiug, EftHt ICootcui'.y Electoral District.  ��� liner ri;c-ln..--.vnrJ nf fiin ,-r.W.p    nf   iWr, i    A'"-- ���3 Honor the LJcutor.ant Governor lino  lingCliSOlOSUlCSOl tne J.ObuRy, . Ot   '-;ie M,rc.n,,.cai-,,r-  ,,-, y,���3���ii:t  (he undcrrtientioiieel  people   by    the   Tu:rn-or '   "w--�����(,Hi I '..'-r-ou to be r. Pisiributiu'.- Collector, under the  Only ono vreek yet remains for Mr,  Baillie to mako and prove  the  etart-  arner    gove;  set out lo do  at   the'  '.ment'  if-gin-  jirovlsious *)f i-ee'.l.i'iii M of the paid Act, uuinol.y:  lu  the   former   Electoral    Dn-'triet.'   of    !".:ifit  Kootciuiy, Jami:s F. AuMSTiioJio, of-Fori Steele,  9--1 '  .at Five Mile Point with  S. F; <fc N. train, at 6 :U-5 a, in., arrives  atNolson ,7 ;20 a. m.        ��� A-''. A   '���'  Leaves Nelson atT> p'.'-cm., connect-  ing at Five;Mile Point with train from  Spokane, arriving  at. Kaslo 8 :30 p. m,  Connects at Pilot Bay with as Alberta for Bonners Ferry and Kootenay  river points.."'".-������"' .  SS  ALBERTA. ;^  Leaves Kaslo on arrival of K. & S.  train on Saturday and Tuesday, at  5 :30 p. m., and Thursday at G a. m.,  touching all way points. Connects at  Bonners-Ferry with G. N. trains.  Loaves Bonners Fe.try at 2 p. m. on  Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving at Kaslo 1 a. m. next day.  Close connection with East Kootenay points vie. Jennings and Bonners  Ferry.  G, ALEXAHBZB5'"  General Manager*.  P. 0. Box 122, Kaslo, B.C.,  Boot &JShoeJOo.  KELSON,   B, C.  (LIMITED.)  FORT. STB.ELB.:a?n;d WARDNER, J3.  C.  ���'ASSAinEIfc  9  NELSON,  B. C.  "../;'..' ... WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . . .  Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Schlitz and Papst  S3  o -jiiothin  HOUSE,  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in  Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco,  Playing: Cards, Poker  Chips.   Sole agent  for  TUCKETT'S CIGARS.  tiELBOS, Ti. C,  MOYIE,    EAST KOOTENAY, B.C.  The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout.   -'    ��� ���     j:  Cosy  and Comfortable   Rooms.  Tho.barj.is supplied  with  tlie  best brands' of liquors i*'and  cigars.  Headquarters forJMinmg'lMen,  Men's suits, Shirts nnd Uudqrwcar, hoots, ��Ho��il  tuiel Rubbers, socks, gloves aud braced, >  Everything thoj'dUvocul  and vitytmm wants. . �� .      .  GlVR Ufl A C.s.i,i4.**W&, y  KEID &00���  MOYIE, U, 0,  A  >


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