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Array FT  u  1  $  ���'j  /*sr\ w  4  VOL. J, NO. 14.  MOYIE  CITY, B. C.v JULY 16, 1898.  $2 A YEAR  BAKEE  BEAT.. BAILLIE  Oi  #.  f '  AN IDEAL TO WtNSITE For Business and  Pleasure; as ^Residential Locality  Unequalled.  Situated ou Moyie Lake. Excellent; Fishing, Boating Bathing  and  Shooting. . .  The Gallant Col. Was  Suecessful.  VOTE: BAKER, 159; BAILLIE, 144  Fort Steele   Gave   Ball lio a   Majority  38, But lie Fell Short in tho  Outside Towns.  of  MAMMOTH   RETAIL -, EMPORIUM.  0\  ��� ^BACKED BY PAY ROLLS_^  St. Eugene, Lake Shore, Moyie  Mines all,within an hour's walk,   Good water  .supply.    Exceptional drainage facilities. ^Has,,     - -  .' the best prospects. ��� ���    ,  m  $��. The Busiest and Most Talked of Town in A  EAST KOOTENAY!    ' A  ,    G.  CAMPBELL, Moyie City,  B. C.  'ft'     -.  i  Col. Baker has been reelected. When  the ballots were counted last Saturday  it was found he had T5 yotes majority  over   Win.   Baillie,   the    Opposition  candidate     Outside   of   Fort   Steele  Baillie only received 37 votes, and at  least 20 of  that number were cast b>  residents of Fort Steele who voted in  outside precincts. ��� During'1 the entire  campaign  Mr.  Baillie endeavored  to  array Fort Steele against the rest of the  district, and partially "succeeded.'  He  was well aware it was his only chance  and worked the scheme for'all it was  worth.     In   Moyie   City   Baillie  received nine votes, but at least four of-  these were cast by' residents of Fort  Steele.  Following is  a list of  the polling  piaces and the vote of each :  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES,  PRODUCE.  i1 ALL  JtrNDS  OF ���*  DONE  3    TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY.    J  3. '      ��� ' '��       &  Vs^A Ajs-^i-^r ty? ^r-^r-^5-^5-1^7. -rz^r-^s- 'i$r-7$  CLOTHING,  �� a  I  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES.  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS JN ALL DEPARTMENTS.  Cor. Victoria St. anciMoyle Ave., iEfcEOIirilEJ   CITY.  ^'^���>^���'>^''>k-,^.���>^'>^���>^���>^^>w���>^���,>i���^>;^���^���^>S/:>S���^S?-^^��� ~^SL-^.'^Z.*��i-  m  ^\        Headquarters for Commencla! and Mining Men.  ilv     QUEEN'  AVENUE,  RtAKTIX l^OJOEY.,* CO., Pro-is.  The House is E'-nippc-l iu First Class Style  Throughout. Lnrgc ami Commodious Dining  Room. Host Brands of Wines, Liquors aud  Uigur* cuu1 be liad ul tiie Ltar.  Polling Places.     '    Baker.  Wasa ". 11  Fort Steele.- .". 69  North Star Mine     3  Wardner..."  25  Crow's Nest Landing.. .    4-  Cranbrook  21  Moyie City.. -  14  Coal Creek.. :.. 12  Total..' J....159   ���  Baker's majority���15.  'Baillie.  2  107  6,'  *   4  5,  10 ,  9  1  IU  OF  -0-  An Ideal Townsite Most Picturesquely and Delightfully Situated;  ulure Gffiur  oofenay.  Backed by payrolls of the St. Eugene, Moyie and  Lake Shore mines.  Malier Beat Goddard.  Peter Maher defeated Joe Goddard  1-1 eight rounds at tiie Lenox Athletic  Club in New York city on the.evening  of 'July   8th.    The   fight   had   been'  scheduled   for' 25   rounds   with   five-  ounce gloves.    Goddard   has  defeated  Maher on two previous occasions and  was the favorite among the   sporting  element previous   to  the tight.    Goddard administered a lot of hard punishment ,to  his adversary,   but  received  a terrific pounding while he was doing  so.    Goddard was nearly out a couple  of  times, but the bell saved him, and  when he quit towards the end of the  eighth round he was scarcely able to  stand on his feet.    At the same time  the fast work which both had  gone  through from the beginning had told  on Maher and he was unable to land a  blow   heavy   enough" to   finish    the  Australian.  The final round started lively, Goddard    trying   hard   to   reach    Maher  effectively, but Peter lauded repeatedly on the head and face.    Gnddardwas  now unable to defend himself and held  his head down   with his arms crossed  in front of his face.   Maher went at  him,but did not laud a knockout blow.  Goddard  backed away and  stretched  out his  hands, a3  he did.so  saying :  " This is more than nature can stand,"  as   ho   shook   Maher's   hand.      The  referee   thou   awarded   tho   light   to  Maher.     Time   of    the   round,   two  minutes 55 seconds,  m   "������ r'or.'Jfurthof Information Apply to     '.\ ,-".''���  LAKE SHORE AbDlTlONi TOVVMSlfE C.O,;  m$*%$m*&^^^  &���*  .!���? ti.  CAMPBELL,   A. i\ CLARK.  This Hotelfis New and well Furnished.  The  Tables "are Supplied, with the] Best Ithe |  Market; 'affords". The Bar is Filled with &  ..'thefidfttifir'aidLdftof liqlttOrsi,, ��a0. <%a*0  ->o-~  Opened with a l>iuice.  The Lake Shore hotel was formally  opened last Monday evening with a  rousing dance. "Although the evening  was quite sultry there was a good sized  crowd in attendance and all apparently  enjoyed themselves^, to . the fullqat  capacity. ..Tho supper served.' by Mr.  and Mrs. LawlCf; who hare dharge of  the dining room, was a most sumptuous  one, and the music and .calling were  up. to the standard.  The hotel is now open to, the'public-  aiid . being run Upon .first. class and  up-to-date principles- will Undoubtedly  nioet with, tho success it merit'5.  J. M. Lindsay;- the genial manager,  has served several years at the business-While Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Law-  ldij who have Chai'ge of the dining  room, are old .arid experienced, hotel  keepers/and will conduct their portion of- tho  house in  such  a manner  m to giva tlisiysr'j' beat t��f ���Jrt6i��iiac'tia.Q.  Grading Nearly Finished.  The contractors oh "this  portion "of  the road have practically finished their  work, and  are- turning off their men  and   preparing to  leave.    J-. Haskins  will leave next Monday for the lower  end of the road to finish  his contract  near there, -while McBeth & Peters are  practicably through   with   their-work  and,wilfsoon be pulling out.   ,Cowan  & O'Neil,  who  had,, the  tunnel   con-  contract, have moved their outfit here  and.stored  it (and   leave  for  Nelson  today.  R. Balfour's bridge gang, with J.  McDavitt in charge, has completed tbe  bridge crossing the Moyie river at the'  foot of tiie lake and are, now working  on ths bridge at the head of  tho lake.  'W. S. "Cfanston, "the "engineer-^n  charge of this division, is mea��siring  the work and giving the estimates.  The rails are now laid within 20  miles of Wardner and' it ' is expected  they will reach there in a week or ten  days.   "Fathor Pat" was Here.  Rev.   Mr. Irwin   of   Rossland   was  through here   the   latter part   of   the'  week on his  way   to   Fort   Steele to  meet Canon   Pen treat h, arch-deacon  of   Columbia.    He came pn foot from  Kuskonook, he told  the reporter,  in  order   to see how good   the walking  is along the tote  road.    "Father Pat."  as   Mr.    Irwin   is   generally   known  throughout the Kootenays, is- an  old  timer "in' this  country,  having   had  charge of this riding years  ago.    He  possesses all the gifts and noble   traits  of character which go to make up the  popular .and influential   preacher of  the present day.   Noble, upright  and  sincele, no duty too arduous to shirk,  no   troubles too slight   to   be    denied  sympathy.    Ho  has  been  known   to  walk milir. !o lend a  helping hand   to  those in need, and has always  been  a  particular   friend   of   the   miner and  prospector, who in turn   hold   him  in  the highest eel.coin and reverence.  Cranbrook'M   Prosperity.  - According to the Herald, Cranbrook-  is on the verge of great prosperity.    A  bank   has   already been   established,  a branch   road   from there.,   to     the  North   Star  mine   seems   definite,  a  smelter and refinery of large  capacity  will also be built and   an electric plant  of 2,000   horse   power  will     be    installed.    It also lays claim to   being' n  railroad center and a divisional point.  Moyie, is not jealous of .Cranbrook's  prosperity.    When    she    builds    her  smelter we will dump  enough ore   at  her door to knock her silly aud ���deposit  our   enormous, wealth   in   her   bank  until such time as we have one of our  own.    We can furnish  her  with .ore,-  fish and beer. -  Firo Koar Coal Creek.  Destructive fires have been raging  in tho vicinity of Coal Creek-, destroying, thousands of feet' of lumber belonging to the C. P. R., millions of  feet of timber and three bridges, which  will probably delay' railroad construction somewhat.  Part of a train also ��� got away from  the trainmen on tho divide and  collided with a freight train on the  road, killing the engineer and fireman and making a complete wreck  of everything.  Was a Mammoth Shot.  One of the biggest feats in blasting  in the construction of the Crow's Nest  road was accomplished last Thursday  on McBeth & Peters' work, about two  miles above this place, when between  1,200 and 1,500 yards of rock was  blown off a sharp precipice on the  right of way. One hundred kegs of  powder and 15 feet of fuse were used.  The shot had the effect of landing the  rock in exactly the right place.  St. ISug-oiiO iVug-on Koiid.  Work on the wagon road to the  LOCAL BRIEFS.  St.  Eugene mine has actually commenced.  The contract has been let to Messrs.  Halley" &��� Webb of Utah, and tho  work is now well under way. It. Avill  take at least 30 days to complete the  coutract-������     :'    . . , .  The temporary 'survey tor the proposed concentrator was run last week.  by W. 8. Cranston. The watcrtj of  Carifeul creek, which empty into  Moyie lake at New Montreal, will be  utilized for that purpose.    .      ' -  MOVIE CtXV -��� - ���'-������ - .SlKlTISH fcOXUMKIA  tfeefc piUtiiig tip itiS/fftilifl ftflll IWMg  Muir's saw tiiill; "The.'faill, Id ' being  run steady;    -.''-,..  liank for Cr'nnbrook.  The'Canadian Bank of Commerce,  one of the ctrpngest.'financial institutions in Horth America* lias established  a branch in Cranbrook, and is now  prepared to do a general, banking  business- The want of a| chartered  bank hae been nltich felt by the bus!-'  ness' men of the district. During the  pre'sout.. year this banking firm has  dstitbiislied branches at Dawson City.j  VaiidoiiVei' arid Oraiibrook and has the  largest number of branohes in Canada.  Jir. A: Scott of "vyimiipeg is temporarily-in charge;  Dr. Watt of Fort Steele paid Moyie  a professional visit yesterday.  S. A. Fallon passed through here  last Monday on his way to Fort Steele.  Randolph Bruce and L, M. Davis  were hero this week 'inspecting the St.  Eugene mine.  C. H. Connors disposed of a number  of his valuable mining interests to S.  A. Scott this week,  C\ Kauffman, landlord of theKauff-  nian house, w.ao doing busineas in  Fort Steele this week.'  A. M. Hogg left this week for We3t  Kootenay in search of a, location for  J;K. McMahon of Sifton.    '  ���Al Manuel, of the. Lake Shore hotel;  left here Wednesday morning for Nelson lo be absent iv week or .10, days.  W. F. Gurd, M. J. Haney'a solicitor,  ���and Ji VV. VVelmore of Macleod were  here last Wednesday on official business.  The Moyie Supply Co. is now handling books, stationery and periodicals  in connection with- its general mer--  canine business.  O; J. Eckstorm, one of the pro-  pf'etors of the Railroad Headquarters.-  Wardner, was here Thursday and Friday on his way to Nelsou,  Hector ' McCrae, the well known  Rossland mining man, was here tbo  greater part of the week, slopping at  the East Kootenay.  The kodak fiends are getting in  their work these days and have succeeded in bagging some of the beautiful scenery for which' Moyie is' noted.  1, o  Engineer Killaly, who has been acting'in the capacity of transit man f��r.  W. S. Cranston for some months past,  is now assisting Engineer Cudy on his  work a few miles east of here.  Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Halley, -Miss  Sophia Maxfield, Robt. Maxfield ' and  Walter Webb arrived here this week  from Milliard county, Utah, and will  hereafter make their home in Moyie  City.  Divine service will be conducted by  Mr. Macpherson in the railroad contractors' warehouse, near Kauffman's  hotel, to-morrow evening at 7.30  o'clock. "Subject: "The Call to Follow  Christ."    Matt. 16, 24-.  R. H. Oliver and D. D. Winters of  Sifton have,disposed of their interests  in that place. Mr. Oliver left for Macleod this week to accept a position on  the Crow's Nest road, and Mr. Winters  has gone to Nelson.  W.   F.   Murphy,   representing   the  Metropolitan Cigar Co. of Vancouver  and Mr. Ella, representing _the western-  branch   of   McCleary's   stove   .works,    ,  were in the city this week representing .  their respective house.  O. Fraser, bartender at the Cour  d'Alene house, Fort Steele, is spending  a few days in Moyie, endeavoring to '  recover from the erl'ects of the mosquito  bites which he has received during his  stay in tbe former named place.  Engineer Jeff Hauning and a party  of surveyors went through here tho  latter part of the week on their way to  run the line for the proposed branch  of the Crow's,Nest.road from Cranbrqpk  to the North Star-mine.  Richard Fraser, one of Gordon's  engineering party, met with the misfortune of badly cutting his foot last  Wednesday, Dr. Clark was summoned and dressed the injured member, and Mr. Fraser is now getting  along nicely.  A splendid opportunity id  uwaiting  some  enterprising person   to  start  a  brick yard   here'and   commence   tho  manufacture of brick.    It is said there  is    an     excellent    quality    of     clay  near here, and the demand  for   brick '  will certainly be good.  ,:   Last Tuesday   was' the  hottest  day  of the season, the  thermometer registering 120 iti the sun and about 95 in  the shade.    This only   lasted  for ono  day, however,  for   tlio  following  day  the rain camo  down in -torrents-.aud  changed the atmosphere   io its   usual  moderate temperature.  On account of the wires being ddwh  between'Jennings and Foft Steele'; it  has been impossible to get. tiie rotUrfiS  of the general Provincial eieetidii. ife  is riimoredi however- that Pruihief. J  Turner is re-elected- but that tho Vote  between the Government and Oppo'  sition parties is a ti.e< .-'.-'  ''���i thii(sov.erpo w*-r u",map "in-Hid  sfibi't.hoiii'.s  of i:hp.isi'tiriiiyi'ir:.- -.:.- ���;-.';.���' ���'.���.'���''���'������ .'���..-';-'-y'���������." "���;���.,'   -.-.������'::\-'-l '.������'.  ,y -Afo^tinO.siHint:-; later bo,was  standing  On., was, one  ��� .e.i-'vo sbip'.'Vt-m'ddi'cr.    .Captain"; Henimes, a',  jrbibcrof AdmindP'-mmos'ofi.be> Coufod-"  .y.einte cruiser  ��� "���'thc'.'shi'p-. 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Kuii-'irli.'biaii^vJ-io ' kirowS'- i;l:c--u  '���'.tb.|iiyS.I.)c-'-;:;i)sq;Jio'-;'btiiqn^  '.Ri-iStoCi''>oy-':!;;ml;-il'a^ :''��� "���;:���;;;-;;';-'-.-,'";?;';'-";  'Bt-cq:;tqi;g-^wbbV-bol:avcd^:.asv  .Gou'l-lviii ;a'u^h?.:i*.';iittqrH;' ifc is SMrprisii'jg t<.ii.i'-��';'.l-.;-,iv;;-v-,,/���'H1J-1*5?^5-4!:or:'K'*!'*Mv--'-.y.,.-:-:;^ :-���".:,;���  cbsci-vp";:ih 'a vvhiiJb- nntinn,;dyclr .in lift; :!'-;::::'Bfe.t;opn-ccnt,s.''''.si''-;<.lt^  !'SoQr':-iH^  " \<jyjiAj^; k I iAi 4'4:fe P;>:i.bpC/  .ii!Pv.nio- .j iiumi.iiost';e!{isi!-;t}?,(-:oi:i;tV  ���ny.(;d-i:i--a;:;|.,irf-fit!;ilvVi!':^  .;ta^ tiisLhi-iti')si!spiyioii,; h.-;<l .'{fiyiiii.-'our. that bd  ��� ,nilg!;C. appear: oxa-;-:c;rhtcd, bi:'fc,iqfc'tM  lour   --'iii��,t c'oiU^ coqKi'aiHl laclyefqi-tiK-nisolvc;-, |'?c  ���I;^:ii';.9i^il'^!w.'fh|?'!*^t  :;;-yiil|y  i!!f-:y  li.  ''wasKbing'c'ifnvcom^  .^���riio"rin-jftb.u^;-:-A-''-jiiiii'��i,oife ,   ,  --.'l.t-ho-triiilsots,-' niKbilhe- lissd'rancp'tliiitilibi'G . -'y.vyy- ��������������;;,,"���.,,;;-, v,  ;    ���.������-.���"���  v y y- y-yyy ���-.���.��:.) .ilUisf.i'iition :ol':tbe';-i-.i;bject;:  ;'.;  ,j;r. ::-.:;;:,; , ; ���igt-. costvpur i^nrpor davn^thovUbivcrsiiy :j  I \vorb;plen:tv-inoro   to bo/ ���ba'dr inducfd tbo.'   ' ������������':::. ?hn^u?'H'^"^^^  -: fiavago chief; to   agroo: to i-olivcr on a^ot-r--' ';-!;,.'I;li6.Vo!dcr  Bliickivood. siililbhi br'iioTCT' ���' Ing witbajiy ohf ::iosi.'an;: genileinan (u-d -^'ilril-i'Iii-ayi's-iiil vprabaijly S;-':ci:iita'iW.ortl:i'. isy;-,,, ���_. -,-���-    ^    ..-.--���.���-:: p..   .-,,-������.>;-;��� - : , .:-:-:;  -���iuiiidatc, bt tboibiiiitb^^ibbyivp y.EK6,.|ii-u'��-3;iii.g.!y-:rn*d;.-poii--(a wasted: ���v;-'i'b'i.v('cifit in '���ijr.'ivnt-byiiu's.iiiibs .\vda'rtl'..-:-:;:J-i" CfJ-l^ fl'-V--?^ R"---'\@l'^ ii"?''*"-L^'S ^ S':-V^y^^gi2J>'"' '���''"-'-''''i  ��� '-of.liissubjyiiis. between tbo asos-blyKl and-���, Ibqinstiqet ofbi-* spna \y.a-i;;seHrcbly so'vin-'r in;:-soinc^ rv'y,:V{;''"#:^  ^8fychr!iy ���h'hoinab-s.-costyn iitUo.n    'ibaiuthbyfdiiiiilcs'.-iiuiU.- tbo  prides. ranifbu' '-soino jiapcrb to J.Jc;:c*i-i-i-.tii*d;.-'VThb:AYbi'lirv,,o^  "���^*f'rbiiV;8.I-to".'}?-.'' a 'braih.palil-for-Hb ' bri��life-::-'':,Liyc'Iii::.,'\^',!'v^>po!.itics;ns,^ ky,as.i.e fisc!aiiu(-(!;rvi..;.y ��� ;,    ;y P/yy:;:^^^  '������-liiibd cio't.lj,.'.tri-sk^ -''V^orkJ .Miyy, Kiieh !:ps'a--ypnrs Kbculd,;^  '"p-ihoniibeyr-pboared to iliid 1 it tic dillibulty. I ...criticism pf -a ytipiGy.natuiioyahd general-;, iiovci'.;iiH-ntio!)��bi'k.    Yqii ^bcuid iiq^'y-yqity,-^  '.'���iii:'s'c<j'iiriirg-'".tb<3': dWptiv-'S,''- -qbr; 'tit M'p'Uii-o,' i?qssip;','::eb;pb!i!-cd -: f bo^vritpr and. signed y qb-;,c'n; and v.; oar i^atis'aii.bt'autif b-fus tbbsq ; %viM.. "''Kii'i'i  y..1SviJ!'-iky':;y  v!0:wJ|f��J:.,yt  111'  ���:,���,; v., v^.-'  ouiid st.:.-ak   is;;..(ill  thi:ipK.yco;^s!-i-!  .inoas(;U;iniyclnr>lo>clyi::oulb:'.y. ;;*;;;.- ;^;y y-t:-o:!yt-bbcbba|)u-,t,c /^'iu-fqaruiMVl.ter'cbtri.  , .^"q-'bbr, you!rg'-vqniaii.;;whK  to;;---:y;in--|Kiigliuby-t.(r,iiuxy-  tberit:ei;:!b,:,-.';;-;y-',.....;:,;*y.;-.yi^  '.;v:"l.'Ob.k;at':'t.l.viit.'.-:'-,McSlc.bn''it!i'!^ it'is'.cii't-J K-ai^cyoqi^d^n  llkcbcr?   'fUiiii'kheriiosci^tqb idnyiind" tiread-y;'!tisiaJ'cbcAptr ain! '-pHqiiftbfe'biiti-'M'  ,licr:.fe;H:U!;''s;in-p,too:bhn.i^y'Vyyy.. ; '.   yv,,-':Mixn-. y'Twon-tv-h^opertfeii^bf  -'Pv#b��ic'MiV^-ri;^  -,t'o^'3������l^������;br.l^kc���.Il:.iCny.li:^}^:..������.���-i.;���v;p'0p^I)0UIU  ro'\ycil..;o]i,..',j'o:i,f!ir-fbo '']a!-d";is;cbobp:;ry:iiiui''Kb-iUhi;qr Lilian .boy- j  tiW,  ���^f.^tt  y.i;-!'^v;y  -it-  yyi;  ���is  ''IfA^t'  i'.'r  Jl.^'l   .-;  . !-  v',;..^..!.^!'   ���  ."'.-'.Cf'j1 ". ..  J-  '"'.'���'.-���...fe.,*'. ..'  ���:|y]|.-  yiiyau  y  C  ,-'i~  :'l;;^y-'  (���������  ,,p.f !}���-���:  yf  -,&���;"&,.-  ,!,  '^���'.<-?-.v'  "'appointed, ihev.wCTo inrii'cbe^do^vir to tbo ^^  ���fjboiitb.bf tiiu rive!',;a.orovv(l:br.niisw^^  v-2iakcdyyou:-y . luon iu;<l\vo'n:un'' ancl.bpy--1 ready./-'^  - ''unci piris. .-'.iy^'y ;-; -v-    '!^.,-.'V-.''-:'iy.-,:y':^  ���;'V:;VTiib\doatb'.YataVaTvvJoh^ythcv ^ - v;.. ;  \'.tHi--?s.\v.;>s'ftuiribie,-:'TO  .'���',t.b'(i'-"iioiii;ci'wjii'-l' -'papsitgo.-- ���^.'^jiriniKb'yibo'y Ilpggarty .DiitMiqbd;" wore also, -bfTcrcd.-'btiU  ,;.Kkilfof-Ca!-;;-'hiV;M-iiini(''j;:r1:q,,,\'oy^  ���.'.���.iiiiuib-Av.i'thou5.';:;-nn-y..-soi'.i-.'ii^  'most-difficult [ini'tcf/iiu voyage vvns to get i -Aycro  giiidly/acuoptuii:-:^ (jbil  ;Jnto port. Tho only ; way to "-en'-toi'.' tho" .tors, liko -tlio? fcri'-it-'sfj; fienei'ah;,. ai;e thb;;o  "inoiith of the yy-v-vni-'ii-vliv river-was under'!'wboinako fewo'ifc b!'niq-;r;'i, buV ic b- di.ti'i-  ;=.tbo black nnu^lcs Of tbqguns of tbo fort1 Kciilfc.'. to 'iuiik-'.i:'-:'l��.iid'. howytho,shrewd licbr-  ������iiiiditvvoulti'biivo been lii'.-iitnci-.s toatteibpi'���������nry'instiiVo^qf. fbo-iBbickwoo'daftiiled t-licbi  ,.to' bntc-i*. with' fbat(, contiaband  cargo  in -yi'ii this instfi'noo..- 'J-'b'rhhp.-! ..'.lirection for tbo;  "open biiyligbt.'    Insliiud' :C;ipta.in Hemnics ��� tniditioiis' of-'. IS.ia^rx inada   IhuijjV.'siow'.'.tp  i'rcptiiytbih-ynicutivof tbuGreatiOgbociic  ���by night ancbascendeaibo riyer to "tho big-y tojibcr | Noi-.th' ba(i enjoyodn .tremendouu  '.' fiwainp 'nnd' ���thi-.-rb  biy co'-conlcd while ibe ';- vdguo.yinir; Oiis .fantastic   ;n;d ;boirire!'oust,;:     'J'-ieii', bonsosj <l-cif.familicp, .fnciriioi'scn,-.  , comnivmicatc;.d.wi;.h.U:ii'iar in" Sbviuniab. ������"{��� style vvus bcginnip-^lo lose favci';witb tbo -...their flowers, their tin'io, even ibeir livb-i,  "Liubai',' tbercuppnyabnonnc-Kl that b; ' public.    Kpwadiiys, few; poople care foi'tba .;,' i;ro ; piaecd,. CgLu-afivaiy,. atiea'i, '''uf. cur-  .was going, to civo agrr-nd IVall in.hondr of:; "^o'vtcH,'". .except   for, their  associations;;''   dirtpi-iiii.ion;-'..   ;y'- '';', ���".; v.--        y ' -,v ,y :-.'  tbo oOieei's and garrison of, tbo foi;t,imd    fuid.,Thackeray has nfhonsand'readert; for'''      '"A ios: pics dci nf;tndi;senoi'a''..(Mv''b;uyv;  every ono of  t!:b: great,'- profes^or'a.;'y'bp-: -I an: at  y-bur'- fut-t'),-'is.::t:iH! "presbri'hc'a 'i'o'riii:--r \i-jji'- fji-coiii'y .iii'tjii.-jsop.b'us if ^'aiii'vu'd '��� liilito  reason for this is sug-rcsteclin-ono of Mrs.     of Eahitis'tjon froai a g'cntleinan'wjio ineeii) ' for a^week.'y   ;    .'"' -.-������' '���'     "    - ':  Olipbaiit's;  canjle-sfily    eun^triicted    Eon-- ,nlridy,.^  fitfi'i  1  never get'i ired;-of;;iaqkiiig ;at -iycjur cbanu-. j .Tomatoes aro of .voi'y little n.n-.i'it-ivq' vi: bio  lug biro.'-''     ','-     ������-,.���-   ������'.- ';-.���-������:.;���.!    ���-,--��� ;���������. '���-.-��� I imfl'-iV-Ji icpinposedvery  liu-g'ely of  'watx^iv  fitfi'ibiites.of. perfect beanty, very^iiiiio wn3,;; lard: ;, .S'n'->ai'-. is 'u ciioap foddy.-'Givb ibo j  ^tt fi'r'y!.-'c;.|-e-i''vc i'^^y011 arothq^u-cet- yehiidi'cn^pSontv'ct it '.':.:'Bo;iiis-;a!-(l" piia* aio.!  e;.ct'-.cn.*iuiiro-i.:l:t:yp.ii;i(>b'iy-c'y(-:S-.o^ J  ;;Xowh^ro; will  (be   Kf.ranger  find in orb  'civili'ty and'kinilnei-:;'thanbincng tboiles-  "..-iw.'ns'.' yy'V-y-^'y. : <-���������;-. -���'.,'���    '";." ' -."'���'. ,''.-. ������ ',-.'������  tint!  y-1$$%.  ':t0y  insisted-that the pokbers, as wyil ,as thoir;  fiuperiors,   eho.i'.ld    pnrt.bl--d;- of .tho  good  Cheer.;   When the g!;yety was at its-boigbt,  ,. 1 ho Wanderer Ktcl.o i nt o, t bo ii verand passed,.tho  guns of, tbo 'fort nneballenged ii)  ilio darl-iicss'nh;!.,, ni'ado- bor way to.'.Lu-  .,inar'��:plant.atienr,,i,sohio   distaneo vii.pyt.he  river. ;- Tbo bunion cargo.;whs sui.on tliscijir..  barked and p!jcod- under.t ho charge of the  yold   riceficld -nogroe*,, who wore nearly:ns  savage, as the new importations.  Attempts  ,,we.ro liuitio-,tq-put,- clotbua���on.'i'io savages,  'but they looked .upon   the garments.with'  fivoi'sibn, and soinc'stimo was   required t;d ;  ���.'induce-��� thoiii ,to':wear, oven tho scant gar-,:  .ibc'nf.s.of tbonlavc'sci' tbdrice j.'hnUatioiis:  '���.--'i'hey wcrd kept, tbcro  for several months.  - aint.tbt-.il   takcii, to; NcW   .Ork-ans;-\v hero'  Klaycsthnt:. l.'i'.d been   piirbhaaodfoi* a.fe\>.-:  .--.heads and   ban'l-i.nn'a iinin!kerc.hi.ei'.s vvere  ,--.okl in tboy nn'trket-for" from  ?;(i(iO to.��70'.)  apieco. Tbo owners of the vessel paid Cap'-'-  tain  .Kemmi's  &;v,.rj(!'j for  bis services and  Buy, the.kest   l!.ii't-u*r-.i:n'U-.''t:';ko.'ni>to'df'.-tli9-{  anibur.t of  creant that rises oh your milk.'  ,J^uy;,fi-dsh yycEiqtblllasJ vy::en,-yoiif con   geJ ;  tbeiir'at ii 'ivasuhnbiu-pb'ici;. . ���'';.<;  ;;V \,   .  .-"Above a ���]/,'. variety is tbo spieobf a good'  nppetitb. .i.et'tiii'.'i-e bo a:.-;,ieipniio;i o.t, bach-.''  incu'li; and; (not,.���'���,hii ve lise.^qiuq'ciibes day '  aftqbday.''���: Eycii-' a vTbanksgiying'tliniiev���"���  '��� J/'{ r        '������'��� F'';Kr3'V:';:":'"- - -' f ������'."���'*���<',-'', . ������ :v;:'--iyyin?i.'-;-i-;'  -a- v- -��  ���-���j-//.'.-'.   ,, LpA ii-S^iJ S'iiJ ���-fi>-.vW ���< .--4  gf.Br6.5>i;fl  ton;;es'- "Perl  n   cannot;: got,   so ,u: biblres'j'.ono; anoihi-r -as follows: J'.JS'cao.Q-  .. Tb���*arlebt -Oorsf -;Eu. ro��trr.-> ���' ';   ,- .' ;  ;   F: R. DeiJeiibangh ,b:is. an' art idle er.td-yi  tied ''Tbe p.;:ie!v'iiors.J'^in';fJt. Xiciiobis. I  \\re.;(3\>ote-LG\v.-.-���Firice.'r,.on Picks, ;Sb6vels, G^ld; Paiis,  y",:-:-- Gold Scales, Pack-Straps tind SaddIes^iDogSledsv-;  .",-   Dog liariless,-',Teut5,^Kiver GcatsL SteelyStdycs,;  ���'.'.'- ';:y. .Camp ...'.tXten-lsils', -Etc;.; Etc. ���,,-,'- '���' ;:o y,'sy-/.y'-:-,,  ,;'y.<?'Uqd��.:.b.qn<^Ii't:';in...I-.>V-i-.t,is5.!'i. Cobiinbia"%o into the Klnridvvlcie ff��*��y   If bought'.'  in tli'ft IJnitafi B"ato8 tlioywill. bo: taxeii -MO   pQ-vcbni*  ditty. -   yaiu*ctu*.;ci'. i.i  tbq ebeVipeKt'p.lii.co to outlit.    Writs us! for inai) contain-iii'j-.:fuir i'nfonnnticm.  muck from -his own'ago, and. at the samo ; nsted.la ma no (I kiss your bar.-!).y  tune from thoiiaudsof posterity."���-Long-, j : '/i'ho same applies urwritiob (iorrep,poiul  in'iin's'MHg"i::iuo'..''���'.- ;'���..-',���''.���'������'���..������.  -���   y..;'.'.,,-,' , ]eneo. [ 'A .'riott* 1 rbiii: a'- gcn'tli  ..':...:':.'"...���..... '..-.;..'..'.., y' ,'���'������:..'.-, ,y".     .\; i.onds.in -.tblsyvyiso; A'hoy do... ��.,' k-noro, ..i.'.n.1.p'roniin.'*nc,,.parc : in t lib ".modern li  ��������� V/aslunstqn ^Vm Fb-.:t5 .of Dpaciji-;.   ,  -j ..fi ton to  r('i'vu!or,'(.j. ��ti. PP. 11. " /, 'Lho. in- ���''' partnubit. .  All*. ,I)elU;n!.-augbsava:',.'  ei-.eo. ,. 'A note i rum a��� K(.*nt<b;u:ati. to n-lat-'v.":'lt tells of-th.o trained h'orsos that' uliiy such ���''..  do-; I  Rdmum-Mc  tcPeei^  ���>  ".Thp; stately,',Washington- had .alvyays.-'  '"nils aroifir^'quo^iK tho .Jirirsd :}"��������� '^'j';--':.r  ieeu,-ki!OvViii-s , n '(.lancing u:;!n,' " wrftes    .wbolo pbraso  Kt;uids'for ^1" *rm, my lady,  - b:;s been one of -'���.'iiir.n''S;.,-fi-p;Vt��� val tiHlilch i ils |,-������;���--% ���'. .,-���'-  bee;  Mrs.'"��� I5:lirioji '���-Harrison-  in.'-.'-Tho ���'���' Jjhilics':  '-your^aUcnuvo 'aervaii-i  >?,;bo6 -kisses  your  'Hon.Vc Journnb -:''JIe.ywas 'fond  of'- dime-.. k'ot.V- -y   .-..-'', . .-.,> .'-,.-.-.'������   '.- ..���/;������/.���'-. y:  ing.'ntiyB; Mrs.-Lewis,' 'abc! .h;uh an odd '': If, ngq^tkinai-isnddresso:! invvri'iibg,  fashion of . keeping, timo by waving' bis ���; only, bis- ha uds ;aie; kissed,y-imt lbsk-ef;. '.'...".  arms, before , biin ttib bis -hands ahricsfi ���:' 'i bese iprf>:.ai-:saro fqllqvycdnot wfilyby  crossed.' At tbe. ivssqniijiir.r- in Aloxbiidria,''; tburieber, but by-ail classes. -As; to.tho  at tho' 'bread nnd buttpi''. balls^ofhis earli-;- poorii.;; ibeir court-.sy tovwii'd ciio a;:oti;er ���  cr man hood,, at c-ountry; ..'frqiietV :inid. at:, is '.videly (blYorent 'li'pni t]:q,griiif^hiror:sh  beaebjuartors'-during  Ibb   Ruvoiutiiin���ho , int-'Teuuiso of -tbo plebchibE of .other mi-  ;and,coinp!unbns;:f nili:qu'--tries and in'al,!-  ���iigtia..'   /UiiS   tlfero- arqs p:v:u;i-!>nccs anibug  borsqs;   'Hqnui aro ; priced for; Uioir steady  working quaikios'���lheir  ahility  to draw,  heavy iqb.tls.. '��� i'i'u.m f.iib'0- immomorbii'tho  qqaiity'of'speediuis i brillbd bumanky and.  toubd an- (;cho in .maiiy'a   stirring pbebi.  "iiow they ��� .Li-ought the'(.i.bod Xovvs-from  Ghent to A-\t.", m;'kes   thyi/iood  tinglo-iii  ;V  ..LiwiTED.'.;;;.-���;. - .;':;.  ;MNce:&V'isR:y:B.v:G^;:;:  i '  -  <8  '   ;uiis ���-'���Vijja ^ &S&T ���,l3Uj r^iit-i -*.*i��3 "-JHi-l ^ffiia >5j2ai��  A'iotouja, ij.rq'.-  ���Ijbiitibti: knOland  bad n;any a. timo ; achieved w-hr.t-old Gon- ; tic  critl Nalliarir.el C-r.e^ue ciiilud a 'pretty' lit-'.;'.!  1 lo frisk.'    And   it w;:s  r.ot   until liitb in.  '!'l:q ]���<;><���" cf  frr*  a.frn-  ,.cle;nT.'dupwa;-d qd' .-?lUi'000,apii:cp on tbo life���uiitil nft-.-r lip bgd 'ceased to be ptcsi-  venturp for themselves. A yea.riuid been.; dent���-that hi) wrote, a lott-;r to tbo man-  rcriiitivd'to nuiko tl'-i.voyago, and (���;���.*��� t;:in :, agers of, n biribnigbt bail in Alexandrin,  .|.-juriiii!{.*!* ecrtainiy canned bis salary bo, ':��� saying, akisi bis ;uj,i i-lysyWasiiiugto;)'!!  .j-aiisu of.-thii hiiziir'dqiis nature of tho-crqic-'-j' 'dancing days' wen: ovei\ lib.the..lint cif  ditiqn. -    - . '���   ��� ! queries  regaiding ike-.cliqhoUu necessary ;  ���   "In  the  Fpring  ol'   lfi59  tbo Wanderer,:   io his j-*n-siV51*;11iisI**';i.���:fo.'\*. iiieh iui submiL-  , again failed  fort !u- wtoL. coast of. Africa,.' led -'t-.r.Mi:' ,uMi.(,!ison.;. and   h'.v, .lav. ho had,  Ci'.e.-.'or   i::'(;ro  i*.:<m) c,':i  ttn-u 'Without;'   ei-'.pluyii.  t;::-n:s';;y ( u'dearme   i:'".  -.. ''(;o?:-<i (-Mas, j'ui alnu'if1' .(Ii.f;',v jncyoii,  inysouk) ���   i'bo won: is' ti'idy  niiilii;-: ,s cseh  o;,her spt ak (if t!:e .��'.e.i;ik-'c!i:u...blei-i;i'i(.Mi frr  lis- b i-lii;; ��������� ������(���X i heir i;u;:bb:-rs vvha ji (.har-  ae,:eri;.cs ! feinee r.v.d <..ihni.ui  taiu-oos <���i'.iii'U'.- v.       ���.'���-'  ������. ������,:'; one's'brigei"-tips,: and Wo f.;!ki-,v bi-avo   Ro-  ' bind; lieross the\;kiwn kissed' jlelgian laiid-.  ie-:j;e -.vith; swift anxiety.   When -inAvniiig  tells r.;3 bdw:",iSiu!eyke.b'si';:];.;istyr, rritlidr.  than winy.l-aek  bis: bc-;;U!ifi;i favorkp i;y-  uofeatin^ beriu.!;-!.: pursuit, sh(jul.s r.o tbo.  iieciiig. ibihf Uiling !:';.;/!. hViw to. call -fortii.  her   bigliest speed, our- bearts ::gO.'out :t j'  (torn sj-o'i-.:,   bini ir,.Sympathy as bis p:-t steed in conse- ,  (I'lUMi-ro   vanishes   forever  from.'.. liis   i'on'J  '��� [-1'h '! iivy iXA ?:rH t-M ���'  'iLfSiL-ra.-/-  ''       :   -a- } v. '; ." :.;':       ...        ,--.������        ^  Vv^liOiCsalc; !;,iercliaiitSi\v  Kin  i'-^yi:  I'lyy.  and again   (.Japtain   tjemmi's   loun-.l  ])al:<-.mii:cyicady to tia-'.o oi! (ho m'.st. lib-  ;  oral ierms.   .Oh   the  second, 'occasion, be  had to go fartb-.:r up the river to secure fho ���  ' cargo, b utbe .su-i -I'-eded  in,delivering (iUO .t  captives at. tho mouth of t he river.- A nuiii   -i  'bor of   them died   timing the voyage, inul ���  'tho Wanderer was put to her best speed ci)  j  -several occasions,to  get;  away irom undo- j  sirable  r.c.ijuaint.'.ncc..;, but; she was  never, ;  , overhauled,-and shoa-'rived ok' lho Georgin '  .'.-.'diiEt   in   December.      Lamar Was  again  notified, and ho gave another tig hall abd  n-sccoud timo  tho Wanderer  ascended tho  .Savannah   liver   under   cover   of   a   dark  -  -light, and hor cargo was   disembarked at  Lamar s plantations anil turnedover to tho  phi rictiield  negioes. i  . ...   "The nature of   lho last cargo   brought/'!  homo by liio Wanderer hecaiuo noised a bo tit  and   fin   investigation- was inade ' wliii.-b  .vausod'lho arrest oi  r. numlx.-r of   tlu- participants in   the uffair, and t lie t rials t !;at   '���  Jollowed caused a great sensation through-   :  out tho'nation, although   nobody suffered   i  seriously. ' j  ��� "Tho profits wero qui to as large hs from . '  tho lirst.expodition, and. iuitfor tne breaking out of  the ivnr   ami tho.blockading of   ,  ��� tlio pqrtiil, Savannah'.,the Waiidia-t-r might";,  liave mado another-voyage in lsfiu'    ,A��-it  was, she vv,".;���; heninu d   u;i   intiu:   liver by  the blockade and   Ikially sold   to I hu'Con"-  lederat.e gover.um.eiit. " ��� A.llanta Cor. iXow   j  1 York riiin.  indeed, asked;' 'in vvhaf, .light, the. appca'r-  iinee of liio president of tin: United H'.ates  rart-ly at lea ptirfins would !:n can-'Uh'Tetl,' .  but ho bad suggt-sted notbjng about ox--  cu.--.ing Jnms-.'lf !.-o;.o lakjng u coiui'udu for  tbo aotillon cr miiuiot-. " .  ,,    A ;..'ij.*:i(.-i:'n,'gi-.nt.!(-m.'i:i.wi;i never [;ermit    sight.    ''Hhbf'idab's'-ikkj" wifikbs iis'up till  n i.'niy 'o   (h;:-.".-. lid   i-'bi;   stairi-i um:ccomj.-.')'-���   th.i-' thbudci' V;l   li'qols is miiigl'Rl wit!i   tliu  5f..'*f ivr^'l'.n.A "���-'  iiHi'.U I Ll-iA t ���  lu!('.''ii\��.  il  Ju  ���-Lv^icMoi  l.Vil;, ' lid.lakes   he  ob'er.H his m m to as  -:nf;)y'!.y tl-.e band /.,r  -,!, her ir: gomgyiinvii  tl.qi.i.'ps, r. inl'  only .lakes- havo'of- k-.r-at  0:0 ��V-..ii m*, when ho docs not ins ist in  li.g ti.ii.hnly ather.own heme. ���''���'������'  Love  inorp t hi; btu-'ku .  A life in ^,!  c.t:-  '   V/Iii'.t, no. As:,-ci! X'W.  Onco up:3n.n (inu; a printer bronght to  Booth for inspect ion the proof': of a new  poster, which, after (bo maimer of its  kiiul, anijoukei.tl t h'o aeior 'us "the eminent I ragediu:),, ICtl'wiii ikiptii. " hlr. Loo;b  did not fu!|y .--.j.piove of it. ,  -���" I wish ,-j'ybti Vi lea\ o <nit   that, '(jmipent '���  hot hail in '-.northern' climes; pet hups !;,)-  rnu.-o (.;hn*  j.-cojio ' have in''  11  ;u v,;o nav  l.iUY.ove  !   (IIVCISIO!!-}  is  ankiitly  tylel! -'the very eyi's of ;iie,"'hu!.-;!:;,!-.does (  r.ittii; </t:  lnushetry and   tho   cheer  of   tho  rallying troo;s, as ,t he gallant. c-mimanUir !  Kgurs mi'to tiie li'bpt-   Li (-thdc J>alla(ls wd"-'  diisli with isit Oar,,, it-'.over  the 'cri'... pi, dry. {  prairies witji tho ioaring, fire (h.-iium ki bbt'.'!  pursti'.'!-, <.i  vve.shoet/h;;'  nuhhal   in ''fas:  <);>.,.'��� that sMiVih:/ poon: .by i- rank iic-qo-c/,  and take i-ei;ige;.l'r(!m tho sUnupyded catiio  bcijeat/i ills poor bony. :.- -  y ;'Bi. G,  ��� stubg'  c-ij 'as  tragedian' busme:  ti much ralhet have  it simplu 'l-idwiii Booth,' "bo said.  -"Very good-, sir."   - '-.'���'..'  The next wee!-: tho actor saw. the first of  his new lulls in position. I' is ,i't quest had  been carried but'to the hi;or.' The po.-iicr.  announced the coming -'ngrigemunt of  ",'iimplo ik'.win licci !i. "��� JJ'islon Liudget.  Qi-.i:,-, -j ,Soni);i  S!f( per.  Grimpns��� Bo you sh-ep s'-iuiHi?  (;ri:!i;piis-- V.'ell. ii'iv-vviie ti lis me I snorc  ..i'ldly:-  .- ���      . '   Aids.  Fanny���f wonder w.hero l;1r. Keggio rcot  his lovojy linglish accent, bio's an American born. '.']''���  Qiieonie���Why, t bc-r.rd ha bou.gh.t liis  teeth in London.'  Fanny���JJow olevor cf him !���Phi!:ulck-  pbia Call.     , ���       '   '  Not I'oo C.v>-/.y.     x  .Tones, tho tailor, is informed Ihat one of  bis clients has suddenly gone, insane'..  "Ob, the poorjk.-ilow! -But he'll p:ly n-.y  bill, at least, won't, lie?"  '���'Oh, lie isn't quite, insane enough for  thtiti-"���tbuikis. ���   ���       '��� "  notpi-e-icot, thp'JN'irsicaii l-r.'i!:. -,\ i;  by .'jealousy,  ,1'rom    UL'i,-ot;.oc;i'.g  tn.ae;:er(j;;s: ,���������'��� '  "t-ii.'icd thero is no be!:/; I knv,' krforo  you.i.iss your fiaJJ;r.(bi!c[.;;rt, " is'tho becoming way in vyljich ; ho' uur eq;;iu\ri 'layer  tiiki s .leave of  the gki tiast li.-.,������; given him  '.the (.-(.id uhoiikltr. '-'���',-''  -. Iiace, v> 1 c-,,i;r;e, has had'ifs iuiiuenco in  ' prmm.li-.g this .'Sjirit of courtesy sod civility.   ��� It; is an . jiihi'i'ir.'tncL* ', nan- the obi-  .cobm.i.-.l days. The descahdaids of.-the  vi;'cro'y and "ord/s-is'' of ^/-^7h:pai:i acquired ! y ihe o-.-[-r(-.:s(. of power, and w.-idtli  a cci'lain   aiiv.-.i.tage  <./f  manui r and .tone  Onor.f cur village young gpiVtlemcn took  I.-b* ::t,;,;o sisb;r vvkh him w'b'i'lq calling tha  litherother oveniDg at. .a liome whoru bo ii  n rcgiitaryihitor. The little girl made herself quite at'homo and showed great loud-,  ness lor ono of tho young.ladies,' hug--ing  her heartily '��� I low'very Mifectionato'siie  is I" said the lady of tho'iiouse. "A'e.s, so  liko her t.rb'l-a;!', "-responded tho'-voung  lady unthinkingly .I'aterfamiiius looked  .Steruiy oyer   the  top of   Lis specCae'los. the  LIG'V'.0ES,-,..Ci3AiiS,   miY    GOODS,   . , :  '- . ,-'.    ;- v��     ''  '.-'";".;' TSHT3,   - BLA^KETSr   MACKINAW3, i ;���'���-,  '-''^  DRILL    STEEL,    OEE    BAGS,.   FLOITE and FEED  .; THE WM���HAMILTON:IfG. CO,, LTD,;.-.  young   gentleuam   blti'sbc'd,  and   the- rest  v.-ero silcik. ���.Slioitsvillu ikiteipriso.  tiausmitted i hi'oi  i!  ;revorui  i. nrrations i;o  the f.iexica.-is (.f today, ami l-.igh breeding  was ! i;e n sukj iu all ciaf:(-s t hat ' ;-;i;i: in .  cohi::..t with' ibe old ir.j.f.iiiv.-.Ii caValicrs or  w ii !i t heir oif.-pi'iiu-. ������.'',.  Ir, joay he sot -liuvvn   as. n certainty that  no socio! y is iuor*e n bun I t i:an tha-f v-di-.-ro,'  ii i (.oi' pt-.::i   has  ti;e  inanners of a gentio-  ij;an.��� -Two Bopubhcs. . ,  illor.e Siat'iKr-n-toryi'      .  Miss Wahadi (of Chicago),���Mo you koep  boarders, do j-ouy     ,.  Aliss. Beac,:nhill (of Boston)���Xo indeed I VYu-mer-.'y bii-vo'u tow remuuenitivo  guests.-r-Ohieago ;,ev.;s.   . '  '��� -fi)  ���   \  ���v  I  y  ������#  \.rj)  h   3IAN'UFACTlJKEnS  03' ���  Sta in p,M 111-s,- Con cent ra tors, Etc.  .'"   GENERAL   MININGvMACMl'NERY.:;:: .  Eii-erines, Boilers and Saw Mills.  O'  III  in thy early days of the oighh-enth ccr:-  l-.u-y the cminuivipl ion oS' i-si- in knghuul  L'.;.f,-.uulf-d.!o -gi g-dhms pc:..iiikal,;;a'.i;;. in-  )tr;.ti"li,'j i-ro^L.-riion sLood ul :.'? t'a.!b.';:.t'..  The batilo ax was .originally n Celt'o  weapon, 'i'ho ancient Irish carried axes  as the men of other nations carried swords.  vwviwnnii'nxin, ont. .YAis'couyjsni 'ti. c. .'.'���' S  SUBSCRIBE FOR  K-rt  .V  Nearly 1,000,000 telogranis [iass throubli  tho  general   postofbeo   cf   London   every  ���>i.-  The "Moyie-: Qity'y- Leader.  ZMMXZi  95fflBSV!KE9ffr,II^^MtE0BRSUoaT'fE3^ ���S5fitei*;-K3^;  ;:fireat;::Mor|5l!erii  ;':"',;''y;v;:',': '���'.>'.'yn'Ai��WA;^bb,-''    - ';.y'."  ;:  Thev Surveyor's,, Chain�� Made it  --:.:������ >;^V^Hg;;;SHplF|i E'ST..:^y,'^:;;:v  -;���'..vytranscdntifbentar������'R'oii,e. !; ,:X  jftis file 3^^^  Jt is the He yviest llaiit* 1 Li be;: ii  it lias aJlockrliaiiast K(m,|netl; 1  ���Jt'.'Cr.oasi'-s-f ^v'o S-intl l><-sei'iii. -:     '   '"-..'j''  It-sr-i-i JJuiitWithbiitLaii-l Grant or j  Cfoyeriiiiidiit'Aid. yy'y y.i;,  Jt in yitolclfor 'lie  Couitt'sy of Its]  ':-, :-.-Kia'i.iqy('S..-.';-;'-,y?;:;i..;S:?]<y'/-,,,,���;'v'-;;���  'jftiVtliy Only"T/i'h-e.SeYVl yg aic.-is da  ; the la, Carte riairh ;'  ���C.s-rr,  :��� * ,rr frt^rr; 'vr���j^cr I'-TV-v-.,  4'i-"-:.'''.r;:;"'^i''i ~,~ui-'./-vj( .������"���*y.  .-i-;���: *r��-.T-���.-r.T^rr rs-T-  ; Gr a njcle s t> -b'- S^eri;'��-^*}  ,'''V'.;'--':,;..'la.:,A'merie-jJ  '$,l'5,o66;  v;l;5��p^o,  ������ 10,600  : x'd.ooo-;  ���'���' ,20,000;  H-Sv^q;'  6B,,St^'BT> Mill.  i'^:';'Sa^;Mi'ii; ;���  v'7-.Sampler.'; '-  i'!;:']3:iiildiB'7s.'':  -..--- - -*-*-   - ,,  ���-���'-' C'f-i.g^i>.,..- ' ''.-.'','���'-  -AK:D-  -My  :''.jCi  ���(>������'���    -    S.:-T,  -���ybOVE'S ^��'C0MPENS2. '��� ���".  IStrcrs-j-.'-i'd thestr^fo/ik-ar/ -.'���,'   b  -,;Ptil'. lhei,A:ir',:s ini'o; -',;,':    ' ','.',...  ������,��.t'dri3).ii:'i.-;.v life, .-'���������il-���,, '     -     - ;-,'<���  y/S-jnlijvhf.for yoa!-'  "..���..���..',', ���'��� ,���-'.;,  '.Bcaveii'slovc nni-iyirig'    .,:-,<���',.   ."-..'.. '..  Lead y-j-VJU-aig-; .'      .-."'     ��� ' - '      ' "'  ;, <5)V0 Jl;(.' (i.-(; .SJuhlilf,', ' '[:'������'    '���'..'.'.."  '   "You iirt'.ii'r, yet, Mmgl". .  '������"  ", '"���''' "\  ���Bo'ycii -v:V blest, gear,,; :':'Y'~7'-~~'^'.''.  ���'.   Joy Sis-dike injiib ;���   ,y - '   ."   .,'''.'.; ..'  . j-Aiqi-;*;; turiu'v rest., doar,,,",-,,'": " .',  v -/Lest.; for thnte'i; ' ,,- �� "'''-'J-;, Y  Ijifysw-TcatlK.-above yen   , '''"'    :;' .'  :i"' kkyscaki;,ui;Iigi-t-b,,..-,''':'.'./,' ' ;'";"-''"-  .-'Only 'lo Jdv,e'>Jbu^ .' '���������-' ,���;:'[ -.';' '"-, v .���'-������'.  ' ��������� [ liy .<i..i-.-.:iiii] hy the night. ������'  ������.       '������'','  V:Ky.;!K>i*!j in-llic sighibg���kY '     ������' :>-'���  ;,..'--.,''rivi!'i-s:t,".r'-i:i,:tl'i(i"Kky','J. ",y"���,, -���',   :'-."';'  yTilliko^'lightas-clykig���-,':.,���.";.������"������'/  y.AnU lovcj.b:ssV-opdi,j;.,' 'Y.'yy.: ���' ,y:;  ..'.'.;-.' .-'';.-'"������,-.���   ���"'. '    ���A'.ls.aTa Cohsiiiufion.-  X:)]5I)EST,0F;  MEAT'S--  :l.e';. coc  AbL: bl'l  .KROACr-;-  D'lbiND.  !,NG  OF  -.'������ v:,'/--, "r^='b *-'  :��� S-p-iJl 'Z'artj'-i'f-r  ���,'.'.:; ,"' .'��;3-i>��;:>:  I Ar'nj<vi.  IE ,.DA'MG��:  '���.".'. '���:-   : fscribp;Lbv.'rri'mk-'  .,,,,...,.    .   _i.._._,J..TT. ..,v   ^,.,,,,, ^    :',,; foh^tin-,,-tbaSk;,.  E.:h ?r6:i'5b..r-.h-3.,.rr-ic-:'4''K-ic.Jr-,Zi��r']oa ! adviinfm-i-s -^of   tv  '. 1,'oas of Years hy ilml  ..;.-.!tio'Silurian, re'rio'd��� Uo  ...Ilt-'yur and a tSBarcn-jc.r."  iff.'-.'-*; Soohi.to- Ganture  ���', '...   ���''  '���" .,'   '��� ���  l-.ltl,;, "-JV.-fl. f ,    ., ";��� .     -.  of...ptrr Coast" ri'ro'. dp-'  l^-as-.  tl;  -3'/5,.a-  lho j-jucrjaiu  -;-s',ric'kt!iif in St.-Kick-;  tu,; to! is v,f one of. t]ia  ,uot-d . pirhle-s '.who  ! thougbt-itbgyweuid   vary: their ' plan' by.  (.turning J'raubtbe sv'J.a-iiil.iiiakbig.a- land  'j, expedition.'   r?\h:'- i'Stouk'to'iV'says:., ' ;���-,       ').'���  Tho town whicli 3,i'bo ttgd'i'ributoi; had  CO  ���Aj-'tirjUity cf'l aq SSrIV. o-ar d'�� 0-*ycrlcy ano  ' - ' .-.-' ' '..��� tlio'.'S-tcirt, J/iriirc.  .y.'.Aii old; gent'ioman ' of my ac;nbnint,  foki,mo;qncot/:jic he sti!rd;-.!ic;:s'-Sir lb-g-  or'oe Cpvei;k'y;?'. "I enjoy 'th'nt/itli'iiko vmiIj  ail;the.nerve,.sivicvy,aiid:U)!isi;ioiofr to mo  aritaqagq of -7.0,':'- i:o,s;kd,Si: only in hon-  cr.qfits iibio hoiiqrt'd.tlnip.-"  .'iiicl.'.y ou know that tii is,supposed "timo  honored'.,' dauco Jiii.s.'::iio'"v(<.al aiitb-nity to  reooininend it,, since, although ,,it ,v\ e.s'not  "kVido in Germany," itvi-qaiiy belongs to  ���.'���/.  Attractiv-c Tours ditnngcv^(j^soii of:''Kavi{-uJ  tlon.'on (Jrciit J-Jtkes yiii'Jhilii,U,- in coimei-t.ioii  wit 11 .'ilagJi'illcerit; BiLS.*ionger ,iiv<Jyi)iers' Is'drUi-  ' vvc��t and .N(JiHiland. ;   -,  li"(ir ndiiw; ticket-; an-1  cniimi^ hifoririatid'n  call on ,<ir iiddi'osri Jv."& rf. i(vb Int.iSkiy and  .v.TraUiii-f.l>i..-X:anil.-R,H.v.Jty.-,,oi--V....,'-^  y;y,yf.&::a.':DlXON,yGene  ���:':-,;'-;'./y.';'-y''������;:'������: v- y;" ,::,:'yy:HpCk'a;ii'ef,,V\ras)i'.'.  ��� iT..:I. WJiITNEV.-.JGKi*;P.'&'��w��.'',>'y;',-;'  j',';:v"--;:y",'y':y"vy;''.,-y':'y-y:;y^  L::e;o-B.ari'di'  -A, TO'eTH-'-OF corbt,;;  ��� ynrH-.tics at,ioi!st 'bavp.cork'iinly keen such i  in tbe;. past-riJky'i.i'aya bbii-m^-tt:' in tbeso j  .ti-Uies c'f -advaiidod 'sanitary a-Tangebvunts '  .���p.1-"?.'.1. ��� -r y .,.1':i.'i;i ^ V ?"-* J'; -y-f? I J.i'O-v u��i "i,c' :i te j ''.*' v|--1 :c' i:o.'! til': ui r! ���'.[  -'-'���'���ices-ibight .wok  kg Espoused:':Wiib. '  ���btli'i .pjaco..-- ���-.':���,,';    :-" -���'���-,      .,������--:-   : -,."'���: ,,',:���''[��� *p yen tor1'-qt,' that 'fgmobsydountfy   danco  ,.;,Btit tboir plans did hot work .'ycry'Vf-it.--,!'^  yTboyy.wer.d:; discovered'-'iifter' tbdyf hixil''��������'--����#!oil dpubtlossmanyyearssubseqiiciit-  -kindedV bysoiho I;-ciiai]s.',;v*yi]o,Jnit-H^ bui  -Meritla.mrdgavq "nqtiw (u:the;api-Torich of: '���'^"'".'���.V?^ wero  Tt>���' 1 k> ���-j?j x jig i j dqd   ii h  ������'���.:;;.';,;!'������/I''!;! lb \vJH��f.,'.';Mi ik's  --.-' f,'.-  ;,",(":yy;v-;y'y;v;'V-;::y^ '^aily^ajr;-;'���'^- 'y:-'":-'y'r:^',';y.':;'  .'i'-^l^njil^  '^^eGt:Mp^G]y';U'^ y:.j yyy ���.  % % ���:-; an'd:;'Su^^^r:yServic(3:;  TV." KbOXI>nCK!'aJ-<i:5,t%C'(')X-; .Qold'^FlelSy:  To J-acifie Ovist. OJ-eiiift.' .fsi'li-'wi -iii��d.v:Aii.-it.V-aliiVi'-:  ,''l'o,K-tA'cr,��i-wj��i-.Kurdj-��ai^|y)-tiii(y.;'!;-v  ;V Tickcls i^��ctVilir()i!Kii:;nn(l bag-^ige'-;:  ,,',;- -.. y.-'.-;      clicclcoil ��to 'doAtination. - .���'      -. "a.  ',; "-':- --.-?  : .'.-   'yy^yy-'"-. -���;- r ;���*;��� ���' '. Vv*':."     W'I,U lk0 a u> i' ,K ;,]'.-- tay-west  In, p:v:iner.,[-,tjuV,crjiv ;;j1)o;)o,,or, j-h.=-   ;: -,,,: ^ ���., ��� ..;.:-,���;:.���,- !���  a weelbbqardwkh a ^10 ti-o'tii',  ���iiiuchVigad'CJipltbb:' ;:'���;'���.;:!' .',���;-.,, �����,,������:,.  -:;:', Is itV" . pin Bed fhe-den'tist:,: 7'Lis!en; to.'       yages  ,l.::ogepitqrs.werp;ovc7i -thotiglit/pl'.'  ;,-Xii^BiblV. times tlicir  :i:;ii'ero::diy;ig:'ei';ibly:  pi'tisencq^vas, far  tbaii'" iii "our'own,;  l!  ft'  t    ITTi.'*"  ������S '������ -, tLy.-a  'KliW:  >:T^0\y^^^f^W^bfirm^it^hilit isbrobahl^'-nkbough nb (lis- !  ,;. t..tv. i',w in: 'tbo-.kkmdike. nnd;,H)ur - fundH;fr tiiict;n;..ntiqn:;is:ni'adc,cf thobockniacb in'}  'Pp"Jythl-: bcriptin-pH'sas...���i'jnqiitt'.''-t'iid;aiiuiii'iis--qf.''|-'  :-..���,,,,    ,    - ���������������>;.-.    .-���,.,-  ������-.-���.-   ���������'���'i- !��>i -^b;��b, thatit;was'neveitbeless'in.thp^cn'1'1  \- catl:ui-,,was, ���gctting ��� colder, ,too, and,tbo"'           hist'.wngbib';:tr,ain,'but was ijookdd.fortbu ���;  :''f;i?iHJi^  .L'tioii'-sat-tlown' tqi tabic''wltby'usy  forcnfc/fr'oui (ightihg atseaiv :In aymn'rino  cpmbiit-itb: scbiomtbat -vpai:ty,;o.f;'board-,  ci'Sia'attiicked, jii.ih'! re:ir;;ky iho diieiny.,  Ikit;.vo'n;.vbtnd: sueby.;metkb-Ts:' of y.wai'furo;  sbcmIdVql.ways,boV;Spocii!d.i:;Xovv,':rk*d tii'icl'."  Tributoi-klul. /nqt;, expect,.nnytliing ofytbo-  kind^yaud. 'they-worpV iiverefdrp '.. greatly"  iI.isj��fi.Tqd^  tbo;, liqw'n,- vybq liail ."mluj'oy.tcwisJi) 'detour  iHir linger isjuUlucoii, by 'Addison as typical  of ;q, country, ^jtiiroof, ,the ,:reign" of  , tjiieciq-Abnt',-1* -;,: .;���"../., yy-y^;..;.:.:;.--;-1  -.;.';'.In,;.thp qriginalVlancc tho'. flrstindy and  bottqui gGnl.lo;ii'bin,;'hr.d'fq;kis3, cadii other  ; whon-.thcy/niet intbc; -caii't-ji'i /and s,obn,  ,tbrbughqi:t;thO( pi^riqruiiuico.;'.'ty;,',  ,V-What:is. nnicli;; inbroyiiitdrgstkig on tho  sporo";df,;ai'i"tiquity ii-ytho. liJodci-n'''skh5  r:kilipvyk]g^Siin(lay;,t,hen two,':daysavvay.ylt;1  .;!;-,'V',.*o��t''.-to  S!1?l&'  \nm  ��  W&M  WftflMMOM  vanguard of thciji'ocqssionthat so'placidiv !  i-;"Vr;";W^"-;;;'v"'r'-"''H''.,''i7' y'^?:-1-"1'^ ^^ ���\vq,^tlb-.I'1.ri.ts' >v;dy1..ir*r'6;-tfio,;-Vai;k';, :"-]ivi.;n'' "t-im'-.'-j"  ,,���,.,,   ,..,, .���, ,,,,- .-..,   .-,-, ,, .mHpi(-s(idnD!5iy?a5rjt:ui;!itcd;;wkh:.t!iciitv.id'i  ;in1mn;toe?db,,s,.irp.r,;-'feho.u  ^!.,-S?/,tW,n---'Va3v..>^j-'^uc;-^.v.Iu  ainounts tq yoinvy'ilbndydr-kiiowuntiryqu, -Yir:;u'ds'as-eho.Aviia"with fbsbibh; and -ibis.  p-Dcca:!tqs,ba(dy,n9Avredid;y-,y,y;-,;;';/.,:y..y  t]3J"x"��"-^^Ii/t-ho--.Xv.6od'.*--^.-'stViHI-6ii'ly G.hh'rsc:'T;uj)-��-'n'-v.-.^'o-r,^JtV'.''' V^^'^i-f:""?" .-vbo-.-'.-Jracet'li ':'fi..I.j'nu-��c to  their Tear:. "iiSty.'oe.n tho guns of"tbokar-i i'rchis'forid; ti'n'ieis: ,',::'An Anglii-Saxdn lady  rispiiamL, tiid 'kibei's ;of tbo borsemektbq"1 "'"y '.:bo," wqii,- ..kr, tlio; idot of^'pcrfdrming ��,  budcaneers. had-a very l)ard;.timy,: aniLit ..veritabld skirtdniicg/tti'tlid'iitiisicof a lyi-j  w;!siiGfcJ.ldiig,i)df.oro,tbcy .were coniploidly' ���',:'?,,'^'.(il'.^.;f!?''''!'bi.i'v'/oCl tiins con temporary il-  Uoi'tViti-!d.'^'(rJ,r|b;it'o'r'!-n'd\i'-''',{d:D,it^ ybt>>  'tl'.q"piir;'fc'd^','-\vb'f:6V',]cilia iidinir-iciain txi-tlip'  tluv^Bya-qlinnbad a-.tfirribb-;i'ail. -  ��� This- most: nicmbrabSo fall; odciirj'Cil- .'iii.;  th;o,.c.K'tiskat-i^  ]��H'o'-\y,'ril|,'.-;ttbouf.tl-b...'itta��t  tspgetators.-:  ;��� 'Th.d'di.dosV, nnd' most Rtntely dbncos'ofc'  ��� EiigbmiT wero tiioso of the toui'fc of Quuoui  VJilizabeth���t)ici "Coiantos,"    tho   "Gall-  iiard.-,"  and  ti;o   very  ancient- ''Bavin;"'--  ���oldl  fb&y��b Bl-l'i&Ht-': ���i^jlyfcxoiiytWctlacH^  ,-'.t^tiyfip fiSc-'-tcra UaiiadkuM ^ibd   U. ti.'  ^Kiirrjiiy;";.yy.-y.-,;;:;,,'���'"���'- -;.;::-..v -y-y--.;;  ���','eCb'iii'i'b.b;Uc)iis'.-..;Sfty.!y-!,:.;^  .;:; *';T<-.;Kc--*clstfikd:and MAih Ll;id;pdbit��yy  '.;-ii:a.'ra/L;r--:St.Ot:A  ,.!.      .;(To Xelsoii,-i*ra��!v;,Jl^aii;ai)(]:'ib;sS!and.;  ,y"  ^iiWon.L'i-^  KokancoitihydW',. Kaslo pli 'yuc.xla.ys and "I'ri-,  .days of each Week at <J:15.Vyi.tti. for  ro;m(iQ trip  ytoyIitr<lo;aii(ly:.i;gpiiUg, ;,-,y,:;.;,-..;,.,,:" -y'vv-.-v .;���;<,;;  ���J;'-,'-'--Al*<'ir4^^-<jS(Jt^'.;'.-'-'.-y',''���-''.'���' f,-. :;.: r V: "���' :'',-.-;'-;��� [���;:���/".  EM&m&WmM  b^  :--;iJvViU'-^,  :-; y, ;..-- j; .;.;���.,.������*:���..;������������:,��� >-  U' t*3;  mm W&  *'0'-  sr^-.;  ^V;  ^i^da:ei.d^iy*  ;R^Hi;i:CCS'Cl-:  ;^'Svt,(B3;'s  -^ Si.''/':-'-.'rf.'  '..^'t-y-S:'  ..... *  .    ,:.r. ..  i^-- <-<, t~'s*\''���-,,'  ��'  y(iAnb  fiill; infiiiuiViitOTii-yiiy  ��� ,,a^i ic^pA$:]-Li��Kiw&s<i)^ r;s ?  ;''';'y:'bg(M'tV;;'V'i:^;:I:yy;:ffy';';^  ':F.^^r^ny(ji^,. yy ./jfc-s. vJ :pap.y;^t;;,  a iSy^'-i'C^'i-,':-,'-,:, i'i-ii li'l':'.ii-;,;,4;,^:;*>;q!S'/ii-''  ,^','i;,;CtjYt��^:!V'f;..^  ."-'���.:1'y-':'p,.st'ribt.Pa's5,enger..'--^gen.':,' ���.-,-.���'..������;;',";  '-vVitncbuyei'v Britisii   Oolutiibih,  y. f-v  :. ni*\'������':./ e y-''-:..-,' pry - ��� ;-';'e .-., -;;';-, ...'.:-"��: ,<::-  :-.,�� -ss-./rx: -k^ er-j.'^-jtsj >^ <r>.-,--  ������.; v. v V, %3-_:a, if y :�� -v;! I |i -3- - ���  '/tr\*s-,y��y; --":'-''- y-":>;yy ���'���Or-:y';:y/:'  .:-f>.,''i-;if^-<\-*r>::,.. ,y,,.y yy-yy���".-���. ���-.-  :?'k--5!^,n./'l'-.-',-'.''::''���;;.-',.";.;;:,-::'',-,;.'-;  :r4^1|l|fe't|Tsf,yy;5::  ;-��^;iis.��5'a^.ib,l/i,ili;-;-.^.  ylyyiskctl.hinyiioytynni'byiteeth bdiiadfilldil.  ��� flo'���'; tqb.1 "inpykbei^ \vdrp;-si:q.antb'cnp.-df,:  ��� t heiiy Was y: hea r iy la jbibl" gold y: tqqthy^nd';  i.bddcost j'iiin^qn., In-abninbtoyi bad cbii'i-.'  -.inubieatyd iny idea to;i!in*,;yiiid;tii;:inpther  ..,ni'iiintey.i-'i.h!ki'.;.:'n!y-tbb  yBtudying.dgotistry i.hen,���at,,;\york;.;;'in yiii's,  '!, rb'outli,';diggiH'g';yvyay iike. tVai.riiiei'.-.:,lIt;\yiRS...  aqieh fiq!d,,an(!:;iiii:.;:If;;a:ivbaiir;,i;bad  -ovei-y bifc'of gqldiivtiibst-yleotbyof  iiisyind;  j-b^di-eaten it<hp-ihto a wail' t ;:nt woyrqok :  . ]sto..,ibc;q\vnciyoi;,n saloon whoyifndvv:what;,  ."i.rt'iw.gditi was worth.���'.- lid ;iobkd-l, it- tos'er;,  Tabd qffeypdJtiOfcr tlid \v::d-''V.;'-:y:,-V'-P^v'vv.;y;-  .].:. ^iAiyVpartiier;1 kepj-, iiia ,n:oiitli;:--hut and,  ;.-j. Eci'tl.id.-i-,' untbyvhonythp/ train -"nipvqd -out';  i;.���w.i{h;;.its.,Wiigbn's ;ic-vtd';ywd'k,ad;:dur" .i>lhcp-.:'.  -,.'! iui'bq frqkt;j-ow'iuiu:-��o;-apidcu;>!)p!iilii:ig;:j  ;] iqcuey. y Siiinogths -i.-'ifci* we. 'struck iuok ']  f inni:I filled my partlier's,"tpbth'^'aiut/udyof  ,a;,;c!jbrg'ed.':bi!u!itbcnty',';,.y;';,';;y,'.y; ,::,;,:..,y;;,"'.',;y'  ;;y",po dn.vyith:'iiino,,'',snidytnc.i;iniiin:tbo  Cbniry''and charguibd tko-sniboy''-^'\va-,h-  iii-gtongtar. y ;���/ 'y- y -.y,;,yy ..yyiK^'-^'y/y'y'^yix'f  : .yi.,,'.!,,��� (i.,- ,.,'i, ,.;>,*...������' w;>'i --���,    /i -"��� -v    I!"u rctrcaceu: li'om ,n:s :��neii;ica: tipscrte.d    --   ���    fy?^0iM''������*���''*^'��:!'gymg^'y''*^^''"^^;--^,::^      ^^j^^,,,,.Por���;  huge find xhon-iblo reptiles tnac-wi-ndercd.i'yy y:'" .;,.,:;:...y,:v,,y,yy^_^.,i^.y^;.;^,y^ r y,    ; - . , ,���    ,  :0vc:Mb�� :u::ivcrsab; marshkmd-?.yand .bo-xsl-.-'' ^:  y1^ V^ASHInp,, GiVSyDAV.yy, ,y   ;, ;-.;, bc.caoo and rrado.   '   "'"' "'���-:'���:. , .--^-^g;'" : ,;,y yifrv, y," '-y'Strnngo incoiisistcnpies and perversions  'cstuniM ��%ayaiyttic.Pirst'yyni*o   revoalod   in   tbo   fominino   character  E3iau-yiral:,,^i;k.;yy'yyy? ;,;:,,-'.[ wiion a wormm   bccciiics  addicted to bar-  ^cn-L:-ififct^:b'^  -strange, fidjming;\vjn'gs,i:;liko,itnp:lidndsyin ,  .Bautu's ''Inferiip^^v^pHSkthe^lbng'-pcriodJ  ;ofv tbo luxuriant,;,solitntlps;pf - tbo cin'bdn-'|  ���;iVrotis forosta,,w:lTcin ��� ,tiie; "grcnt',: fbrcbsi :of I  :ibki';rp.:vycyo;atwb;-k sfbi'ing'a^myihc"rich'  beds ofycoitbjlnto which;wu,'dcivc,today;,  vpaSt vihp-; tiina,'' when./wbak-s y-kkl.-'giant  ;s]mrks;ancl;soa:n:on's;'rci>s;lash^  kitd: k):k; s,-thc:; nioiiatehs" of - tii.d'.b'iBc'aii's.'  Tbt'ii;,origin, jcaryiesyus;: buck' to^tbe'yery  'co::ytvicb'cc,-kpnt"o&:t'hi-i^��y';Tbi-y,vv  ���df-'t.hb;('-ikiiest:p&.thdvfqrjb  piiineors-qf jns6ct;:,l:fo;:y Aft,sqino;puoiias'j,  (' Pictaposquo: Cc  y-;y,,-,:i,-y:..;:yy En::  W%hg;-qf.;;''V With;- Waslia.ngtdn'yLn-thdy  *'*ii:i b.unting. acnurtling to Carrie B. C>nr-  ^iinudt,:^';;I^frsy;'Burtquyl^a:r:.^ibIT:giyo���;i ityam ;arCi(;lp;Gn;.''^bo  Bargain   JJj--  ':by,lbPb  tbo  lady who  "''irdr ttbibp' bf-thp-'ccS^ She waited  y/ritcSj '''woibust-'fG'i'l-islyyti^rtiip'i thinking thoy  ���*i'p'ri's-ycf:;^ they.never camo  .1 yearn,.  appPy.vs to bo  the cliie.f .chronicler df ���  ;.,,'..'.���, ':        y lSIo!idr-V;a,iid;.Hic,:A^3.,.y.;  ,',-y-.,,':y. 4  -'v.-'-.Tiiirinsi bears yand ;fplbp!)'anrsyi)ti.vd"<:lpnd^  well biVyrtnp;fityig^V;H  (Tide ,Mhid. ^aynhyyBt-rnhardt,) b-tyoynlso !  i.;rint':,,'..Q:i'fi. favbrito'.dress Was q plain;de--."  ldsti:d-'bItio.5:-itni..gq\y^i',iyi--i.i-bk'j^  ;:P0tticqnt.-:yOby:thd;ndqlb;wb3:yy  v'Uii'gcy Itaiktu; vgivuzb, ..bandkoTcbicf swith  fyboruer stripe-" of Sa.tv:V.y; Tho bbaddresslwas."  'nptifr of gauxPin' ���'ti.-jffdnir'-ofyq-g.io'bdy'-tiip'..  hcadpiecdVjiq^yludbyyii��i qSiupd'sy-i'of y-'hitd.  been ;covoted with, ���.stnj,  }tavd:comn:tG=tbpsi  gior  and iiiiec  '*^Bivvniy'''ytiu!:;tic'k'v't:-i-'e'aUa'vi  ���(������.-.������.;:���, y ���--;.:���'.-������"' ':.-- ���������'.'. " ���,l.-:,:ix, j if J-,-Jjv"yy.,,:yj.i jjyyy-; v'-1-.-.  iNTERNATION:AL NAVjGATION and j  '   ;*���' -,",���--'. '���'' ���:'������' ���  ���   '    ,. ��� ''.--.���-,'.        ���'.      [   ' .'  ^;1.';1VK  ay*  ���>Vivj>--  JLJL  ,*TVT*->R^\A-['i(>*-.V).': ;,-,VKi)   "Aui'.EKTAV  KOOTKN.VV- LAHG.-tW-iA liivjiit.      -  .j^IIC^OQ  ON  ^115,000  >iT'5,ooq:  "'���&:  tiixiioae2" Oetone!  :'. lffl^ltKriiysilAKt'^15, -lkiS.:-"  '.'' ';'���'  ���'  :;;������-.*;;4.��,T.E-R.iyATIGN'ALy;>/ ;���-���,';,....;'  'KuiC'iiO'.'C.S't&slr;-n'C^dSxbit-,1 arrives'at S:ll)  p.111 ; Icsjivch.Aiusv\-(.)rtli.(',t,(.l-i!t.y.v..iii. arrives at  ?:10 |i.m:.; U��u-ej;:Hihl'.. liiiy^b7^-1-5"ii'.in." arrives  sit G::-M)itia..; leat'L>yK;dfoiir,r,t,7:i'i a. iii., arrives  sat��:(W ij.ujl; Icartis J-'iv.e, iijie (.whitat,,!) a:ia..  siiTivesut-.IMO p.m.; arrives ui Xel;��iii at Oilau.  .in;, loaves f:l;�� p.in. -Kvdry day except Sunday.  ^illoat leaves ICiuslo at..-)  ji.nU Tuesdays, dnd ,  ���N duvflnys, yjreives :ii,t;_ Jt;��j':' c�� IVIoud'ayrt and '  "I luitv>'d*'4^n<(W.v^^V.k-��jniK-th:>'-'t.''(k'2(l pin.. ;ir- '  tivcH..at,J|i-tiiy'f.'.!i};4ieu.vcsi.,;b-t. .Ray at.7 i>.in.,  ���*vrri.v;oH,at-tiri}iin.tleavt;siviu'l��*7-o<")k al.'k! o.ui.  aiiTivcs K .Jf   p 111,,   ihuifl.vV .a-"'!   NV'ediidsday;  iojives;<.T<��it.m.rcr.-<-rtfta -OcloCk  liiglit.  arrives  Jit G p.m.; leaves Iiounjifiiiy ;dt ��� 1 a.m. ^Vedacs-  ���cl iy and Siiii<lay;- arciyes-.Ti  ,p.ui.;   arrives   at  hiinner.'s Kerry at S a.in'-. tu'fi.' cs at i, p.iu.:  Meals add inu-ths iiot.juciutWI. Passengers .  ���on .SS. Interiiulional fi(��i)i iNHspii. Spok.lrie. i  ���etc., for points on Kooleuav lako- south pi' t'i-.|  Hot hay.vvill' coiuicct (if (hat iioiiit wiih the I  **���<. All.-irtis-.;  ...    ��� ... ,  Tho comjitny'-s Klcaincfs -(-cmsK'cf ICpoienay  Juke and Sloeaa jioint.s'Witb  all  lioints in   the |  l niled .StAtes'iiixl Cunada, bv ��ay of .Spokitlio j  anil-Kdotttuti.viiivox. ���.      " - '" . j  Tickets sold .mid   bag'-ii.;;-:   rhdeked , to   all  ^loints by pursers on xloiiiiw^ ���m'ni iiiir odlce.     |  (J.'������ALKX.-\X,t)-l.ClS,.(ioii.-Jlan.   '  r. O. Itov in, KiiSio. J).,l.\ '���'.���.'.���!  ;Tbisis l.hq PAY IIOI^L  V-' (hat  will .iiialyo  . ;y  ���SLuA  HIPP!  ' SI'S ^ik!!  ���;>yi.tii; great credit to  j theibsel^cs and; t'leir traibcr:;y y. ' " ;���;  But' while so:'iiiany .''dbnib, things"  have, been .Cicoiient;,: actors ono of'tlidir  nun)bpr at ioast ,l;as been imiiHuinSized  thi'pugh failure. ,'Iihilidrd;himself was,tlio  actor vvlip hrduglvt' iilk.ut tbo nqrehoarsed  sc(ine.-b<;t.\vcL'n..bi!r.sek" a nit, his-ass. ' Tho  p.bij*' wap "Bon Qiiisatb,'-" aiid i'-'ilplie'ro.  playj.-d S'anch.o. :i-iomd. lUi.unios before he  ii.btl to/iippear on'tho stage hevvas-vvaifiiig  in tlio wings, nio'uiitcd you,-his'-: ass. - But  t-ho latter suddenly forg<;t his pa.rt,and in-  sisted upon appearing; 'on yt bo scytidvyitb-.  out d'clayi" yNcr was- it 'of -.n-ny.avail that  hn'lf.a uo.Ticn -.a.-isistaiits btrny a'round liis  head and ,,o!u';:g (lesporrdcly, to. .his ttiil.  The n-m, wkhcMoijere. on. his Ijack; (ihshed  !"-.1'  jys!!dts,;-;-,'-;thb.--kings-cf:thcir.;;l:|  b"'-:" Beqriicd sr.vaiits-and ^escaiokcrs'tcll va,  --that the biost primkiyo'bf eockrolicbcs nrq  }:..;'foumi';ddcp.''d,o\v.;n  j;,;.thp.siktriiiiyrqck--; .which \vere.fd:rn-d(i such;,  .dpuntltysjf-iqs'ago,that they don-t attempt  : to cog nt'thciii-'a Vail 'yTlieyuaifebidtycry"  "uiylhkqthdJr'dibdtdy.b-Jsceiida.^  tbo principal ydib'drcncp-bding'nstp their  ���..yingsV'-'nnd ir-!is.;,p-;-obahlo tluit.slipsId ono  of these bn'cipnt creatures ljo-'-iii soineyfay  tcsurrccted   and ;'gq scuirying ,'. hcrbssythe  ykitcbenilqor i.ti.vyould by sk-jipr-d q-i ,wifch',  ns .littlo.i'lio.ught and 'coip.i/u'nction  as aro;  .its-modern-.kindred.   .AstliyGo v/ings coiir;  stit-utQ tbo chief aiiildf fen tlid oil ly;nica ns.  of studyiiig the!i1 spceiesy the bodies biiv-  ing in; igpstycaseSj.bcoh wholly dissolved.  by . puirofaoticn, itisperhiips v/ortiiyof j  notq that tjioir (lovolopuieut was more per- j  feet than i:i the. present v'nrieiios���bxcept- j-  ing tbo  hind or iiun'doi* wings, wbieh  Pro     . ,      .     ...      ...       ... ...     .....  almost  ixloniical-aud: tikit;: thov.nrd' pro-: i-.^cclics,: wiclvvhiCn silk stcQj��u��s,:shm-  seiwetrin tho fossils't-i tho imiiutcsfc reticui    i��S P^'nps, nnd full   rudles at tho breast  I and wiusts, togctbei' yyitn a, pondorotis  | jyhito era vat with-iV' 'pudding "in it, vvk-ro  '��� -then pvening drcssaia mpdu in Now. Vprk."  in, shcji'urchasfKln dress to match' them.  .St*o'n;,bei'pidiadtio_nriiyiiq'i,at all uncommon  nnibkg biirgainViu-.'-ter.--. .This was tbo  snmo-bidy who, pur-.!, a sod a bargain gniok-  ing set ;;*,nd,.;ha,ving no earthly uso for it,  ���bdgnb ithopcTtiicibus habit of smoking cig-  nrettostiftcr diiinrr.  ' .yl-''Itis;'Pdd bip\v:'sticii a wouinn will glor.fc  pyer a;bai'gain;au.d on tbo strength of  tho  /,���.- -<->-vn />-'ys-1) 7 i. ���"' --   ---.-.'(-'-";.-"-' -��� -���-,' ���-*���* ���-"���,���' v.��r'."-\  H "' - P   it   I    ''4 !������ ^''I'-lyainpng'bci.actqrspn tiib-sceiia, an'.  ,%i=y��- \j Vi^kvX'i^ theiiaseo wouldyhavo, been .compk-to hat  bGWH'SITfe''y^  noti'J-.loliero saved the  situfttion by shout-  to tup nucneiiccv w  o joggiiig alon-.  | '"'I'ardpn, .gcnikuueii!;     I-ib'ddik.   ladies!  (,;This cpiifbundeyf beast hascoindoiiagainst  in.y wislicsi"' The public;respouded at oiice'  with.roai's (if, laughfor, .and ajipiankc, but  Molicro 'never again iiiu'untcuk.iui ass;������  'Westbiiustor Gazette. -.- ���' .'���-,������  Situated 'at ;the' junction  V ��� ;cif:iveinQ2a"aud Sinnrint-  ;', creeks at the mouth of  .���'���   the .T>y-iii-, La-Ice Passtd  KooLenay:   river',  and  .'��� ':Ne!sdn-/r'-'"���':   ,.:"-':": '"''  y,   .   . ���       ���'     ',A   W.zh 'llSlch. ���" .'-'d' .',.  After Genrrql Forrest's raid intd r.iein-  \ phis largo 'florib's wen;'-ti'id. ahout his b.erp-  j isni audth.p'marvelousdmkgsof his Iroops.  I' ,.'One. of thoA!.!est illustratiqus of the aib  i miration inspired bv tho general came from  : a negro'sokker who churned to he.vc seen  i him as,he. rode, up in front (if'tho'.layoso  '!' hotel. .-..-Ik'i began te'lling his r-'ompanimis  ! bow Forrest hioked ami iinaliyoame to tlio  . appearance of his I'.orse. , ...'-..,'���. '.  - ,   "I was a-stahinrigld in dis alley," said  10,  'wham I  NORTHERN  li ���..'..pacific;'sail way-;.  ^olid VestibJile Trnli^  THRGOGH   IkCKETS  ,   T@^.' ������ .;.'',;  "f.icoma, Sc.-itllo, yictsnba, Vancouvcr,  Port In nil '  cud CiiUfomi'iii ft'ccsjsts. .-���'���',  *^t,   Paul,   &(.   tiOtibs. kfjliicigo,   Now  York,  Boston,,  wnd  all   iMiiiitn   ir.asf.., aUio   Quuvopean   S...S.  tiekcto.  Tf-Aik'St.'UKiKTJJi:.  >fi'.-l \Vc.-.l. -Dc-ivu/i  ^o. 2 Kast ' ������'     ���'  For inf-.-r  Rii' fui-tlicr iiH,oiinati(i:i n,np!y to  (���ii him come  bis h.oss right up lo de hotel.  in'you do -i t:f���ho hitchetJ  to do ercond ctoi-y hatbsters.  1 tell you, 1 st;ed hiiul"���  Kecord.     -  I'.jj     iio rid  ;ai-Bui toil-  us boss -right.  , .1 si t-d hiui.  ���i-kikkit-iphi-v.  Li   &  A- l.'sefii.l,0!l.  J3��-  A. fi.] Tk S>- W%^A/ (^ ��� 'i     Few proplo !;iu.w hew useful oil of pep-  S^il3 &2%%iLj-��Q tSji I'erbnnt  isasa remeJial   agent. ; Ali'tttu  AGENT,  -on  rubbed  over a sensiiive, corn   t-bnunatcs  ���     '. /-V I tlid soi't-Ucss in a n;ii';ieuldusn:an,nci'. y  SkOCAN   L.I'l'Y.j     'i'wo orlhrce drops ofoil (jf i-ei-yermint.  ! mi::cd with an (;tiualamouut, of  suet'rti.b-  ��� j-.bed over a bal-y's chest gives instant relief  ,   ,    j'in'caso of a cold.on the lungs or a.cougb.,  .  .���������'".���"     Nelson,  S:l2.5 p. m.  7:0i> a. in.  -San. Frnnckeo .Oh ron ioio.  latidn of tbo nieiubranp. y..'-..:���  \  ;- 'With   thp.lapsp, of yages  thofcrnis n.u-d-'i  ' '"shap/P.of tbo wings graduiilly ii.iidorvycno������{.*. s  ; c-hiingo.'crrathcr a series of; changes, r.sj-  -.' wolliis, the s.i:ce of, thp bpdy^ and th-o'orig-l  | inaffainiiy spread out into-a multitutlb.of ;-f  ; species..   It Lrik  always been a law cf na-j  ! ttn'p tbat,aliyforins ot.lb'o  shall   auvaneo i  :, frpmu simple uniformity to a opinp-icx di ��� j  |. versify:or,-frcinvhdinogcncity  to   hctyrogp-.;  ;' iicity, ;ind''it is curious to��� observe that no !  : 'ioss t-.hhn 1,000 species existing.prior to.the ,j  - fortbiry'epoch, when thdllrsS inamnial life  , was Introduced into tbo world,,,b;ive been  ;' thus'far.'- discovered' and desoribed, ninny'  yof theiii being found in tlip.eoal i.neasures  cf Bennsylvr.iii;i and West Virginia..' Tbo  investigatiuns of  Into' years h.tive demon-  strated, in fact, that: America, as is South  ,--Aiiipris'::i  today, was  tbo most fruitful of  any i'-art of tbo globe, both in"its'-vtu'iuti'es '  and its numbers.' When we remember tbac  tlicro aro at. present from 700' to oOO  species,; that their n tiikbers havo boeii st.eadiiy  (iecreiising for soiup millions of years and,:  ���that their kind onco comprised one.-half-of |  11:0   ajiciont.(ir   p,",]pc-r.oii;: insects, we can ;  (y.rm some vq-guo coheep:ion of'the-proppr- i  ���'t ions of our ecokroaoh  population'of  the;  past. '-      ���'..   ',, ���'''-,-. -j  Tbo cockroach of modern times is com- ;  moiily smaiier than its -progeniioi",��� but,''  be!::-.'of ti:e ssimo roving habits and in- j  i;ulsitive nature, has Ijccomu a fan.ous.:  traveler in fhese'dsys of vvorklvvido 'com- j  nii'ree. nnd (;on)niui:it:atioiis.y In the old :  (biys���no^ to .speak of the present days��� |  the ships; wero overru'n-vv itii t.iie'm, as well  r.'-i with gre.'^t boisies cf rats, i\;;d a;i tiiey ,  touched at; tills port, r.nd that On their Jr;-d- ���  i.-ig voyage's, thero' nyeun'cd ti widesjiread ;  'scattering of sjieciestiiat l:;1,.-; been a source ,|  of iicvcr. ending regret.anil k'ihuiuliun to ;  ���their involuntary iiosts.. -It wa.s'in litis i  l-'.an'ncr that   lho "black hectic," or. cock- I  piititi having,a doub]p>AV!:*g:,i:idqi'gqi|ilait5i - 'brilliai/ttra-usaction immediately commit;  aqd triiniiiCdAyitb'-i wreath of artificial,: sonio c.*.triivr,|'';uico to offset it. 'Well, as  roses falling ^ tlio   "this; was  so^ycheap, I  can   -ifToril to buy  l'jghtj-it tboybottp:n',in.frant-,'tbp rpvprso . that.' Then will.slie patiently gp to manj'.  b.ehiud. y'Tiip hilir was dfossed ail over 'in'"' stores aiidPbtaiii. rc-gukir prices ii^order.  detached ; curls, ,.fqur-cf#which, iii tvvo to pstablisb f-iieelKir.ic'erof the bargahyas;  ranks, fcll'c-n each ystuo of -tho neck and .'"sticiv. But -ivluiti. is hor nnguisb of miiid  ���woro roiipvod behind "by ki iioating ebb, i�� slid discovers tbtit sliemiglit have bpught  g'no lib' ���'".' :'-.V'. y-'V;-k'y:'.'. y.; ;.y-;-,; ,'; i the snnid lirticld a   little cheaper  nt some  "Iii color of ntt-iro the men of ihosd days , Pthpr placp! ^;A woman constantly pos-  Tjve're net, .as iipwfsimply k.foil fqrtlipgay sessed of tho bargain idea is likely lo cany.  tints of the;i-,,vyomalnkind. 'A light blup fit into all lre-vdcaP.ugs with inaiikind���  French coat, with high;collar,.b'rqr.d lapels' social as;;wcll as,cqmmercitd. .A.siclo from  and largo giifc .buttons, a cionblp, breasted. ;tho pconoinie sttkidpoint, thp spirit of ever.  niarsokips ytrst,'i'laiikeen.cploi'cdciissiiiiorp    seeking;to get inoic than ono pays for is,  to say tho least, nor mentioned in thp catalogue of Christiaii virtues. She is likely  ��� to bey.peni/y wise tiud pound 'foolish, ux-  travhganfc of tiniq ami money, and, oh,  worse than all these, badly dressed! Choosing one's- clothps fui'tuitously at." bargain  sales is apt to result in ,in incongruous assortment of, nl'erchaudise dillieiilt, to knit  Ipgethprib piio h.armdnio;-:s whole."  , : kVkisbkigtoii's usual costume on dross';  occasions v.-ps a cobt .������.iidbreecbes of plain  biiick velvet, vyit-h.'iV,wbitu,,or petjii,colored  satin embroidered waisfedat, white or buff.:  gloves oiul a long, svrord in n,scabbard of j  "polished ''..white' leather, ,wbich'l,was worn j  under tho cor.t. ,- Iiq.;'inyar;ably carriedin |  liis hand a cocked hat, and,his'kbees, and '  feet' vVerd ttdorned yyilh silver.buckles. "-'���    '���  -'���- --;.' ' Practical.  The .grbafc Jiarcbesij like other famotift.  singers, was the recipient of vulliable gift.--  from nn ndmiriiig pubiio. Many of fbpsp  were of ii -perishable nature, and sumo,  were rich nnd 'rare. , One only bpre thp  Mt'tfcress-.pineiishi-:'-;s; says a writer Iii"n.y-.ch'irp.'c'tor'-'df abspluto'practicality.- <>'��� ���-  JIattross ..I''i:icusli!cc3.  Pliikulelp.bia paper,'can- be n:nde in.any  inatprials,; may bof-embellishcd with imcro  or less enibrpidcry, and arp'mado in'vnri-  dus sixes, oblong'Pr.square. ��� Th.e smallest  that I advise; l.nakibg. should, bo 0 by 0  inches.';: Ilaving decided on tb.o size." tho'  stulling and lining inustbe, done, iindfor  this get coarse house, flannel,which must  be cut 'carefully, nii'd'cxnct-ly to the si:-;e of  the ii'.i'itti'dss.y' ,1c lakes several yaids'of  [laniicl, as if, must be very 'firm am! hard,  nd vv.hen   al  I.ressc!  ldgctlu;r should'-bo  *l:i yen: must 'bo  the  success  of  quite an inch tkkk.   These  firmly, sewed   together,��� ns  these* pincushions but i'rcly (k;;-c:*ds on t heir..'  ��� being firm-ami hard at top, at bottom and  ���nt. the si'.h's.    Anothw s*.c\-'i*ss.it1v is the perfect- regularity wiih whicli , they are   cut,  the edges.generally requiring to be sheared  with very sharp sais^-u's.     It is possible to  stuff tho lining with kc-rst-Luiiyni' lir.anin-  f  lla'n.nol, in whicli   case the e.ovor-  ste;  in.','  ' During n concert tour in Switzerland  there was ono concert in' which the prima  donna was. especially; brilliant, y She sang  a varied programme���ra songfrom'.'Ila'ndcl.  an Italian , air, somo 'German songs���. -mil  not ,only through,/ the greatness but tho  diversity of her gifi-s roused tho qudipnoo  to a tremendous pitch of enthusiasm.  Mhhy persons crowded up to- her when.  the'' concert .was ovkyoverwhelming her  with the [-/rofusioiiof the flowers thoy  brought. After tlio crowd bad dispersed,  a' bashfuliookiug girl'oamo up, holding u  poreel inher band.  ' "Vou delighted me so-very much at your  b-.r-t concert," said she, '"that today I  shpuld-liko- to express iny admiratipn for  ypu in person, l-'b-wcrs, liowover, fade.  ���I -therefore beg (o e.q'-'r you ��.lasting and  nractioal squvenir.whieli will b.eep me in  your memory. "   '  With thesa words sb.e.unv/rappcd n ,sil ve-.-  nuist be made first;. otherwise, sew tho   ,-,,(,., \nO.\v, presented. It and .disappeared.  flannel: info a ease of  cheap   loose woveiv   youth's Companion.  no j.-ins ]>a.-s easily,  - ono i.'iti; v. ide for tiie sides,  completed Ibis, the-outer eovor-  O.'.K!  f i:��t.:irioc.  ' Teacher���-Mountain climbing .is said to  be healthful and.invigernting in.its effects  Do tiny instances of this occur to you,:-1  Juvenile Pupil���Ves'tu. The. gnat, is n  mountain cMuiiier, an'd lho goat is very  strong.���Chicago .Tribune.  roach, is supposed to have been brought to  this country and to Europe froin  the Base  calico, Uirou-.  using tap-.  ; -Having  big is n ma! tor of taste,  are best.  A good  w;;i, and   imbed  but pb-iin.mnteiuals  sik: or .moiro hioka  ii:.!  shine  of 'tho.finest lias  linens of. ptilo sl-.ades conie out well when  embroidered in whit;  ,v <���  Indies.���-l\'ew Yoii  nn.  oniv  i.gok  jornc-r look?.-nice worked  aalld  in si)  gn m.  witii  tilt  :ROtINCIAl-     SlfCREi'ARY'S  ' >V'   '        CFFiCB,  i?i  'I'ii'.atioii, tunc (;(v?Jl-o,���aps,.M!Kl tic!;-  ��ts cull on or write ' l!'..fS.-CJ I Hits,  Geni .-'-gk, .'"���jiokaae,Wash.  ������">'  ^ D. CH-VkkTOX, AsViiy-tbuii   Pass. Agl..  Xo. '��v, ^"Ivr.jtSson Sl...r-ir;r?''���*  (Ui-c^wti. '������������.   .    ���     ������-.,' ���;,."��� v  Fori  I! is ��� -'  ; !-.-- f.-:'r ph',-a.  i lv;i,!ure I  kiiiin.-V'ci'  ..r.e'Iks I  ! tie...-.-, pr-1-'  - i(.--:ir -'il'  [ ia;''i.-a "t  , likiv'c A-,  *'       ���    ,  Sih .finis. 1S-.1S.  niciu'   the . J./ii-Mfeii'Uii   (.'overnor has  ,, d t :> ;i pj'oi IM    ktct ("lu i'  S.   Anilrews;  .. b.* ri-l siriiim: ciriror  I'.-v the  Hle-aii ;  1 ''�����--.'<���=t ��� k'oot-iuay   Klei-t-i-al  fiiHt rid.: ���  hnni'ui- (lie.  11 ii'ii iciiant.-l !ii--'.a-uor has ]  ,.--! to a iijiiiiui-'aI'd ileciarc i he- govern- ;  'c, Ikisin,  i-'i 1>-;; 11--' alace fur (he nam- i  "/���iOiiliihit'".- fm- eli-.-iinn t:>  the   I-etris-  -i-nliiv in iii'- yii-r/o;   k'idiag i.f . vV.esi  The  public  iiiiprc  ssi  on  th;  it, th  edr.rl  c con-  tinent  is no I  onger  tl  e "  ill!  e-;pl  jred'  n run  of the  old'n  ai s   i  - a  mi  ::tV.  kc.  V. lu  t  liiiS  been d  ono is  . most  lv  to  St  ako  out,  ti-rri-  toi'ies nhog th'/'inko routes. Withiti theso  lines the,count r.y is ��.oniu'::lly.iis unknown  as in the lime of .V.ungo Bark.  I'c itr.il tho Nauio.  slid   bad   gone up the scales  once, and  ���ii slip had gone (lowii tiie scales.    Then  she had done   the   same tiling over again,  atter which some ono asked:  .    .  'sin   what  school  of .music   wore  yon  .taught:-"- '.'.'       :' -���',;  Thereupon somo ono else interr.upted in  an liudcrtb.'ie:  . ".hiilgitig   by' the speed, I should say it  was a riding so boa!." ���  .  And    there   were-   many   present   who  deemed .the   sentiment a gaod   one.���Chi-  and'silver.thread- and a few bends or  i Gpangk'S it liked, but keep tho embroidery  to ono color.    Ti-.ere is no necc! to describe  : -how t.o proceed, except that, iu putting th.e  side "pieces   on   they   must;   bo  even, well  ; '[stretched   and   laekud   before   oversewing  '���with fine silk.    1'hese mattiesr.'i-s will t.ako  pins, of every si;:e at: t hi.: side, with ordinary  black   ami   while  at  top, and   tho  result  when   quite  complete   is well  worth   tbe  trouble of th.eir manufacture.  ' Soiled  "iVofsleu Cli.-'.rua.  Spots and   marks on wopkur gowns hro.��  easily removed by'rubbing' tliem well vvithj  a cake of magnesia. .Jiang-the gown awayy  for a (layer twdand then brush thoroughly,    if the, spot   has   not  entirely disappeared, repeat the process.     CHlie*.' gowns,  besides, thoso of wool can often bo cleaned,  by, this means, and   laces (hat are slightly" ,  soiled are freshened by rubbing them well,  with magnesia and allowing it ta.remaiii,  on th.e lacpfpr a shore time:   ��� ;  e  -to  ost.  'Jin- ext*;av:':gai:ce ol tiie koman Indies  of high rank was,one of the prime causes  of the kill of that m'*vhfy empire. *ko.'!n  Pop.pea, who cut a wide swath in Xero'.i  time, was t he happy possessor of a gowii  .said to have eo.it netniy .���j'L'J'JlhUuu.  '.i'o .wash silk ties, boil half a pound of  brail in a quart, of water far an hour and  tk'ti i-tiaiii. \Va.*ih,tlie ties in this 'wider,  keeping- ihem (gibe straigiii; rinse in  ���"���-���.it'-a-L *,va'.���.':��� and k'u'n while idigbt.lv diuim.  A Ovi;;,t  ���''iiia:i(ii��!i'.  Cholly���Harry is a great iinaneier.  (Jhapiiie���Yansl  Cholly���lie borrowed sixpencd from mo  yesterday to take him to tiie city to see a  man that ho knew he.eould borrow a pound  from, and with that pound bo flew ok" to  stand n dinner tu another man whom ha  borrowed a hundred from.���London Fun,.  A  Long Ks-.c-.f--o Sliavo.' '���'.  Calino's   master, very busy with   somo.  iniportiint'work, does not wish to bo troubled with-t'ne noise of tho coming and going of tradespeople and servants and gives  ' ordois that none shall be  udmi'ltcd till he-.  :. has gone out.  .  I      'J'iie first ono who'oomes is tbo barber.     ,  I      "Go   on,'1'   says   t'alino;    ",edmo   agalifk  when be lias gone oi-.o!"���Paris Gruiiuis.  The in vest iga.r ions of 'iVebor haveshowj.,  that   tb.e curliiiess of   hair varies with if:  ilatnes.s.   Tin- ilaiter ;r, is ti  Curling irons ball-::: tbe h  cut". TllKfimi&nr^iaMT-x^+i&t'z'irst.  I   ' -.I'  '  - : 1  '���  ��� ��� '  1  ,   .:�����J  ' v . -  -   I  '''. '  V-'J  "'������:'l  .     I.  *%':v!c  >M  i   *    .*���  �� " 1  r-''>-- <  ,  ������-1  . ",J.i  ,~.i "���  i   -  oi--; i  -,Y-  .   ,    '-'  -   I      *  ���k)  ;.���'������' i  ;' ������"���',  ���MfMIWJiH  Tl MOYIH PITY LBADEH  Published in the interest oi tho people  of Moyie City and East Kootenay.  , p. re. yoxtxg,  f. J.-SMYTH,  Piilj. and Mgr,  r      Kiii(tor.  i-iTr.3 or SUBfiCr-IFTlOH.  One Year..  ..$2.00.  All comi-iuuic'-tioiif;' to'.'the editor mufet be  accompanied by pie lyriter's name aud address,  liot necessarily for publication, but as evidence  of Rood fiuth. Advertising rates made known  upon spplioatiop.  SATURDAY,  JULY 1G, 1808.    n  COt.   BAKEK'8   VICTORY.  The will of the majority of the people of East Kootenay has been carried  out iu the re-election of Col. James  Bakor au their representative. When  tho cool headed voters  carefully cou-  ��� eidered tho ability of tho two candid  dates and the vital importance of hav.  ing a thoroughly capable man to represent themdiuing this, tho most important epoch in tho history of the  district, it was an easy matter for  them lo reach the decisive point and  act accordingly.  Mr. Baillie's defeat was certain. Tlio  questionable manner in which he received his nomination, tho uucentie-  manly methods employed iu conducting his campaign and hia utter deficiency     in'    statesmanlike      tact  - proved too heavy  a burden   for ��� him  and caused hie defeat. ���  The Leader ontcrtainfl the  highest  regard and' respect for Mr. Baillie as a  citizen. It considers him one of the  most able and thorough journalists in  the entire province; but it has maintained, and will continue to maintain,  i i fj i  that he was not the proper man to  represent this district at such an important stage of its development.  With Col. Baker's long experience  in-'parliament in conjunction-;with the  various cabinet offices which he holds,  he is in position to accomplish more  for this district than any other  who could have beeivsele'cted.   '  Prospecto^a and -nine G'-ynevs all oyer  the country were selling their holdings  for mere trifles and well-to-do farmera  disposing of their property at any price  they  could  get.   The merchant left  his store, the mechanic his bench and  tho blacksmith  his forge, all in a mad  struggle lo get to  the  new Eldorado.'  The evolution of a year has made  the  Klondyke a dead issue.   It proved a  boon to the transportation companies,  but a,cursd to humanity generally.   It,  haa left widows and orphans in nearly  every portion of the globe,  and  has  had the effect of draining money  out  of the country, thereby greatly retarding all branches of business.   Many  prospectors    in , the   Kootenays   left  mining propositions -behind  that are  now valuable and are in the Klondyke  without   food  and  without  funds  to  bring them among friends and  civilization.  Surely tho almost total annihilation  of Cervera's fleet at Santiago and the  futile efforts of the Spanish army to  drive tho Americans out,of Cuba will  bring Spain to her senses and advocate  a treaty of peace, Spain has praotir  cally lost her colonies and can not, regain them., If hor. leader* are wise  thoy will cease their mad struggle and  endeavor lo concentrate their national  strength and spirit on the upbuilding  and enlightenment of their mother  country.     ���  VICTORIA, by Uie Grace of God, of tbe United  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  Queen Defender of the Faith, &c, <&c,  To the Returning Officer of the South Siding of  East Kcoten ay Electoral District:  WHEREAS Wis Honor the Lienfenaut-Gov-  erner of British  Cplurqbiii   has,   by   a  Proclamation bearing the date the 7th day of  June, 1608, been pleased to uisfsplve the' Legislative "Aissembly  qt   the ��aid   Province- and  whereas  tt  is  necessary  to   ha'd    Ejections  hroughout the said Province to fill the vacancies caused by such dissolution. We oomraanc".  you that, notice of the time and place of Election being duly (jiyen, you do cause IMection to  be made, according to law, of One Member to  nerve in tho Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia for the South Ri-Jiqg-  of East Kootenay Electoral District, and that  you  cause the uomlDatioj} 0*  Candidates at  suchelectjan to be held op the 25th day of  June, 1S98, and do cause the name/of such member, when so elected, whether he be present or  absent, to be certified to Our Supreme Gourt, af.  the City,of Victoria, on or before the 31st day of  August next, tho Election so made, distinctly  and openly under Our Seal duly indorsed  upon  this Our Writ.  In Testimony   Whereof,  We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent unde  the Great Seal of Our said Proyince of  British Columbia: Witness, the Honourable Thomas R. McInnes, at Our Government  House,  at. Victoria, this   seventh  day, of June, in the year of Our Lord ono  thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight.  MOYIE,    EASTK00TENAV..B. C,  Tbe above hotel has been recently er  ected, apd neatly  out.  furnished  through-  By Command, ,,,    '  B. IT, TYRWniTT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court,  11-4  Oosy and Comfortable  Booms,  The bar is supplied  with  the  beat, brands  .of liquors   And   ,  cigars.  ��� Headquarters'for Mining' Mm,  iCarry^tbe largest stock of  In West Kootenay, and defy competition in their line  Carpets, Huge, Draperies, Curtains, Mattjng, Crockery, Bedding and  Pillow,  .0.  NELSON AND KASLO, B. C  Upon the completion of the Crow's  Nest road, while other towns along  tho line1 are boasting of their government offices, only cities on railway  and river, beautiful townsites, etc.,  tho mines here will be shipping ore,  declaring dividends and Moyie City  will havo entored upon one of the  greatest reigns of prosperity that ever  befell a mining camp.  man  IT IS "AI.L, OVER.  The great campaign is  ended.   The  average,man will now turn his attention   to patching up the differences  .aud healing the sores  induced by- the  friction   of   disagreement   with    his  neighbors.    The   merchant   and   the  mechanic will each apply his energies  to his  business.*   Tho-country  newspaper will descend from   its agonizing  flights of sounding the  note of  warning to the unsuspecting voter, hanging  upon the verge   of   utter  destruction,  and devote its columns   to  neighboring nevvs and  fostering   the  interests  of town,and  country, and  before the  next campaign is   opeuod  the   editor  will  have shown his devotion  to  his  .country and his people so  thoroughly  that nine-tenths of his neighbors will  call him brother.'  1 It this could but continue���If campaigns could no more return, his life  would be spent in elysian fields. But,  alas, it can never be. Another storm  will break. His best friends will discard him because he cannot indorse  their political creed. Past associations will count for naught. He will  be cursed for a. fool and called a  boodler. vMen who liave stood at his  back to defend his utterances will  again be there, bvit to give him a kick.  Thus the world of politics doth go  round, making the life of an editor  both varied and interesting,  A Boston newspaper reporter has  discovered that the patriotic young  ladies of that city are wearing red,  white ��� and blue garters. The wind  must blow harder in Boston than it  does in New Denver, or else the reporter is guessing at the facts of the  case.���Ledge.  BaTccr St., NELSON, B. C,  Wholesale  Groceries and Provisions.  rir.PT CLASS ASSORTMENT.  lETTHU ORB-fRS PBOMrilY ATTENDED TO,  P. 0. .BOX 2,14.  CANADA DRUG; and  BOOK CO.,  "   ' WMlTKD, KELSON, B. C,  IlBALER rur  AJ1 Kinds ol  Stafonery,, Office Supplies, Wall Paper.  Canvas Goods.  Tents,   Awnings,  Wagon Covers,  Sailor Bags,  Hammocks, ,  Canvas Cot Beds.  NELSON,  B. C.  FOR FINE  A. StANUKI. & CO.t Props.  ,   df, M. -LINDSAY, manager,  This hotel is now open to the  Dublic.  It is well furnished throughout. None  but the best brands of  wineB,  liquors  and cigars kept in stock.  i* ' /  -   FIRST CLASS  ACCOMMODATIONS,  Drugs, Patent  Medicines.  Druggists' Sundries,    Mail   Orders   Solicited  C. B.MAUETTE & CO;  PROCLAMATIONS.  MOYIE CITY,  B. 0.  [L. S.]   THOS. R. McINNES.  CANADA.  Province of British Columbia.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britain and'Ireland,  Queen Defender of the Faith, Ac, &c.  To Our faithful the Members elected to serve in  the Legislative Assembly of Our Province  of British Colmmbia, and to all whom it  may concern,���Greeting.  A PROCLAMATION.  D. M.'ebehts,/ T7rriIEREAS We have thought  Attorney Gen. j ir lit, by aud -with tbe Advice and consent of Our Executive Council o��  Our Province of British Columbia, to dissolve  the present Legislative Assembly of Our said  Province, which .stands prorogued until summoned for dispatch of business,   '  NOW KNOW YE that W,e do, for this end,  publish this Our Royal-Proclamation, and do  hereby dissolve the Legislative Assembly accordingly,  and the members thereof aro discharged from further attedanco on same.  In Thstimoky   WHEHEor  We have caused  these Omr Letters to bo made Patent, aud  the Great Seal of British Columbia to be  hereunto affixed: Witness the Honourable Tuos.   R. McInxes, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City  of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh   day of June  in the year  of  Our  Lord  one thousand  eight hundred and ninety  eight, and in the  sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By Command, - ,    11-4  B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  DBS. BRQIHE & WA.TT,  GENERAL    PRACTITIONERS.  CRANBROOK and FORT STEELE.  Pkaleksin  Hay, Feed and Produce  A large stock of' Hay,   Oats  and Fresh Vegetables always    ���  on hand.    Prompt attention  given to mail orders.    Agents  Lion Brewery, Rossland.  BAKER ST. NELSON, B. C.  Regular   visits  to Wardner,  City and St. Eugene Mission.  Swansea,   Moyie  PROSPECTORS.  GET YOUR  OUTFIT  AT THE  A   1VOBD  OF   WABNIXG.  Now that the heated season is upon  us an effort should be made by the  hotel keepers and residents generally  to keep their premises in as near a  perfect sanitary condition as porfsible.  Nearly every town iu East and West  Kootenay has had in its early history  more or less typhoid fever to contend  witn during the summer months and  if Moyie City escapes it will be ODe of  the few exceptions. This dreaded  disease id nearly always caused  through carelessness on the part of  the.people in allowing slops an refuse  to accumulate'I at their doors, instead  of having them carted away or having  ,'ii hole dug at a respectable distance for  that purpose. While there has as yet  been no sickness from those causes  in Moyie, still a word of warning at  this time is not amiss, and perhaps a  few precautions taken now might have  the effect of preventing eicknesa and  tiven death later in the season.  Ollfe  Just about  Klondyke craze  year   ago   now   tbe  was   at   its  height.  [L.S.]   THOS. R. McINNES.  CANADA.  Province of British Columbia.-  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho United  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland  Queen, Defender of tho Faith, &c��� &c, etc.  To  all  -yhoin   these   presents   shall   conic,���  Gkeesing,  A  DEALERSIN-  Hardware,  Groceries,  Dry Goods, Etc., Etc.  Queen's Avenue,  MOYIK, B, C  If You  Want Anything  IN THE DRUG LINE OR  ���   ASSAYERS'    SUPPLIES,  Call on or write  W; P. TEETZEL & CO.,  NELSON, B. C.  ADDRESS  nelson;  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF  HALIFAX.  Incorporated 1869;  CAP1TALJPAIDUP... $lf5������)/)6o.O0  ' REST '. , !    1,175,000.00  Head Office' HALIFAX, N. S.   r  -  T. E. KENNY, Esq., President,  D. H. DUNCAN, Cashier.  Branches and corregpondents.Iu the principal cities in the Provinces,   United But*** end  Great Britain, and at Vancouver, Rossland, Kaualmo Rud Nelson. B. C.  -'A general banking business transacted.   Sterling,bills of exchange bought and sold.   Letters of credit, etc., negotiated.   Accounts and. deposits received on moct favorable terms.  r-       '       w'   /GEORGE kydd,  Manager Nelson Branch  Best brands in Canada  manufactured right   in  Kootenay  by. the  firm  of  fee"  ShS liiW^I   VANCOUVER, VICTORIA,'NELSON.  Ginger ale, lemonade, sarsaparilla, plain soda,  syrups,  essences  augostura, orange, bitters. Box 108, NELSON.  Staple and Fancy  Dry -Goods,  Clothing, Gents' Furnishiugs,f[Boots  and Shoes, Hat6 and  Caps. Stores at  N ELSON and KUSKONOOK,  JOSEPH NEIIJEKSTADT, Prop.  Lager beer sold by the  Keg or  dozen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock...,  Outsido Orders Given Strict Attention.  PROCLAMATION.  'UKUEAS  Tf/fJIlKUEAS   We arc desirous  VV , aud resolved, as soou a  D. M.Edishts,  Attorney Gen.  may be, to meet Our people of Our Province of  British Columbia, and to have their advice in  Our Legislature, We do make known Our Royal  Will aud Pleasure to call a new Legislative As-  embly of Our hiud Province; aud do further declare thai, by tho advice of Our Executive  Council oi British Columbia, We have this dav-  givuu orders for issuing Our Writs iu duo form,  lor calling a new Legislative Assemnly for Our  said Province, which Writs are to bear date 011  the seventh day of June, instant, aud to' be returnable on or before the thirty-first dav of  August next.  In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these  Our Letters to be made Patent, and the  Public Seal of the aaid Province to be  ���-���. hereunto atlixed: Witnkss, the Honourable Tuos. li. McInnks, Lieutenant-Governor of our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh day of June,  in the year of Our Lord one thousand  eight hundred and ninety-oight and Iii  the sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By Command, ' JU.--1  B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE, ' ��� ", -  Registrar of the Supreme Court.  DAJNARD & STEWART,  General - Blacksmithing,  Miners' Supplies. Horeeshoe-  ying a specialty.    ,    .    ,'   ���',    .  MOYIE CXTY, B.  C.  LAKE - SHORE  Barber Shop  ���AND���  Bath Rooms  LILLIE   BROTHERS,  J. K. MDSOKAVE,  MOYIE  ���      ���   Froprlotor  II. C.  FOR RENT  A five room Hotel 24x  30 feet in size.   Apply  GEO.  BASSETT,  Moyie, B. C.  MOYIE and FORT STEELE  Mail, Passenger and.rrolglit Service.  L.  L, Crosson'a stage leaves Fort Steele,for  Moyie TUESDAYS and FIUDAYS at  8 a. in. Connecting with the steam ferry  Echo for Moyie City WEDNESDAY and  SATURDAY mornings.     '  The steam ferry ECHO leaves Moyie City for  the head of the lalto MONDAYS and  XTXUHBDAYS nt 7i80 a. m. Conneotlnf;  with h, L, OroBuoa'c atage for Port Stdel-j,  The steam ferry ECHO also leaves Moyie Ctty  for the head of the lako daily (except Sun  days)at7;30a. m., returning at JO a. m.  nn  u  u��  BREWERY.  -o-  ���BREWERS ,OF���  IN  KEGS  AND  BOTTLES.  FINEJLAGER BEER  AND PORTER ....  0rder8 Promptly attended  to.  R. Riesterer and Co., Props.,  NELSON, B. C,  Boot & Shoe^Co.  NELSON,   n. c  L.  (LIMITED.)  KORX STKBLK and WARDNER, B.  C.  ASAYlSKSc  NELSON,  ���B.C.  Wholesale and Kctail Dealer in    .������'.���'.  Cigars, Pipes. Tobacco,  Playing Cards, Poker  Chips.  Sole agent  for  TUCKETT'S CIGARS.  NELSON, B. C.  . . . WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . . ,  Wines, Liquors and Cigars; Schlitz. and Papst  -�����*-  Baker St., NELSON, B. C,  Centrally located, and  class iu all apartmento.  'first  -������������  RICHARDSON & PERDUE,   Props.  - Clothin  HOUSE.  Men's suite, Shirts and Underwear, bootd, Hhoea  and Rubbers, nocks, glovt'B and braces.  Everything tho railroad  ami city man tvants. . '���������'.  GIVK U8 A (JAM,,  REID & GO,,  ���. il.  MOYIK, H, 0,

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